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What have You sent out into the Universe today?

What you send out into the universe is what you receive.

The Universe reflects You


I hear troubled news from the world and send it my love, because I know the Universe multiplies and reflects back what it receives. Words have power, as do wishes and intentions.

What have you sent out into the Universe today? What thoughts, what words, what intentions? Have you given of yourself, or received comfort? If you had one message to give humanity, what would it be?

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Damyanti Biswas

Damyanti Biswas is the author of You Beneath Your Skin and numerous short stories that have been published in magazines and anthologies in the US, the UK, and Asia. She has been shortlisted for Best Small Fictions and Bath Novel Awards and is co-editor of the Forge Literary Magazine. Her next literary crime thriller, The Blue Bar, is represented by Lucienne Diver from The Knight Agency, and was published by Thomas & Mercer on January 1, 2023.

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  • Linda says:

    Very true. Good energy will generate more good energy. We need to try to diminish the negative. Maybe if we each make one small action we can change the world massively. Not just for ourselves but for everybody.

  • RIghtly said, this also is the power of echoing goodness. Do good, and it comes back to you…

  • lgwhite67 says:

    Such a great way to look at things in these troubled times! We often forget the power of our own actions and words and how they can push back the darkness that surrounds us! Good thoughts, good actions, and supportive actions are what the world needs now!

  • pjlazos says:

    Love this. If you just take responsibility for your self and your own reactions to things you will add a measure of balance to the world that will go a long way toward healing yourself and those around you. Thank you for sharing.

    • You’re welcome. It is hard to improve myself, and most of my focus is on that now: I realise in our modern urban world, we do a lot of damage to our environment merely by existing.

  • Yes I strongly agree to it Damyanti. And I have read the same in “The Secret” book. About the boomerang effect and the abundance of what reflects back to the response of what you’ve sent out. Lovely reminder!

  • Birgit says:

    Be thankful for all you have because so many others have less.

  • I like the image of the boomerang. That’s perfect.

  • I have no idea what that one message would be. So much depends upon cultural differences–the American honesty is rude to others. So I guess I’d ask for flexibility from everyone, tolerance.

    • Jacqui, compassion and tolerance have but one language, humanity. ISIS and Donald Trump are two sides of the same coin, and I hope all sane, compassionate beings know it.

  • Miriam says:

    I’ve sent out love and appreciation for my local community.

  • animageous says:

    If only I could actually make those tourist boomerangs actually return to me…

  • maxravi says:

    My message would be no war only peace. spread love.

  • Learn to love our fellow human beings unreservedly. The dis-functionality we find in our world today is because we have not progressed beyond loving self.

  • ccyager says:

    Thanks for the reminder! I decided a long time ago, after reading a lot in Buddhism, that my intent in this life was to do no intentional harm. It changed my behavior. It can be far too easy to let fear rule our days, especially with recent events in the world. We are not as powerless as we believe, however, because our thoughts have so much power. Stay positive! Cinda

    • We aren’t powerless at all, the minute we awaken to our true Nature. But that’s so hard to do. Thanks for your continued support and friendship, Cinda.

      I hope I’ve told you how much I appreciate it!

  • simonfalk28 says:

    Ahhh! That boomerang is a familiar sight! We receive your peace here, Damyanti, and happily return greetings to you with more peace. Thank you for being another beacon of hope on cyberspace. 🙂

  • davidprosser says:

    My one message to humanity, Hmmm. Stop killing each other and learn to live in brotherhood and peace. Celebrate the differences between us rather than fear them and HUG. A hug has so many benefits to both giver and receiver.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

  • Yes, I agree. aka “What goes around comes around.”

  • Happiness should not just be a feeling but a goal. From a young age I knew no matter what I did I wanted to be happy and spread happiness all around.

  • Nice post.

    One thing to tell the World? Girls are just as important as boys.

  • I expressed sincerely to the world that I plan on being in a position to help out those in entrenched, impoverished communities across the globe. People have to start being true to themselves and looking after their health. After that, everything else will slowly start falling into place.

  • I like the lyrics from Jewel’s “Hands”: If I could tell the world just one thing it would be, we’re all okay. Not to worry because worry is wasteful and useless in times like these. That said, they’re pretty lyrics, but I don’t know if their true. Especially in reference to the above-mentioned shootings, it does not seem like we are okay. When I think of it, I pray that everyone experience peace.

  • Beautiful

  • Thank you for this post! Today is my birthday, so my day began with reflections of the past year and positive thoughts for the year to come. I published a post today that began with these words: “Part of being positive is being able to roll with the punches and view life’s curveballs as lessons.” I hope that we can all approach our life experiences with a strong sense of positivity!

    Have a wonderful day!!

  • bikerchick57 says:

    After another deadly shooting, this time in California, I would tell the world that it has to stop. Humanity needs to find peace, not hateful killing. I don’t know what’s going on, but this type of tragedy has become all too familiar to all of us.

  • I’d tell the world to smile. Can’t be unhappy or angry when you’re smiling.

  • YES! A light, in even one tiny corner, rends the darkness.

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