Peace Is Attainable by Cassandra Curley

Two phrases keep cycling through my mind, like a song that I can’t get out of my head: “Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the country,” a typing drill my mom taught me and Susan Powter’s “Stop the Insanity!” from the early 90s. The sense of urgency to awaken Humanity to the possibility of Peace is a constant force in my life. Even with my own day to day obligations, I sense the increasing intensity in every cell of my being.

Peace is attainable. I believe the answer lies in summoning the courage to finally BE THE CHANGE. Although many millions know that FEAR has created conflict, it is that very fear that inhibits resolution. In America, like much of the world, we are governed by a self-perpetuating cycle of fear. When we understand the strength we could have in numbers, and empower ourselves with a vision and collaborative effort toward Unity, we would dispel Fear and change our lives. In turn, it would dismantle the systems, both here and abroad, that are perpetuated to support the agendas of the few. America could be a model for the world.

~ Cassandra Curley

Cassandra Curley

Cassandra has been an athlete and student of health for almost 40 years. She entered into the healthcare profession as a personal trainer, added licensed massage therapist to her repertoire, then became co-owner of three health centers. Her private practice now incorporates advanced training in the energetic healing modalities of CranioSacral Therapy, Bodytalk, Reiki and most recently, Zero Point Cranial. These therapies, though subtle, facilitate deep healing within clients by allowing their innate self-correcting mechanisms to engage. Through her work, she has learned how vital it is for us all to follow our inner guidance, which is exactly what she is doing in her walking mission today.

Cassandra has been a contributor of health-related articles to numerous publications and has published two books, What’s the ‘Matter’?: The Key to Creating Your Reality and A Path to Peace.

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