Have You Ever Wondered What Love Looks Like?
How about higher consciousness?
Do you ever wonder what higher consciousness looks like beyond the obvious Saints, Buddha, Jesus Christ, Gandhi?
Well, today I am sharing with you what love looks like. And in turn, what higher consciousness looks like. Believe me, you don’t have to be a living Christ, Buddha, or Saint to be of higher consciousness. It comes in numerous forms of expression.
Now before I get into putting all of this into context, like I intend to do, based on the Map of Consciousness®, let me start at the beginning…
I LOVE the NFL channel and all of its programming!
There is something going on there that is of higher consciousness. It’s a mirror to all of us who aspire to answer the calling of Russell’s oft-asked question,
“Why not you?”
The “energy” of the NFL channel is that of sharing excellence (460), Mastery of the Game (450), team-manship and collaboration, perseverance and persistence (210), and so much more.
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I don’t know about you, but when I watch their programming I feel a rocket booster of inspiration to be more of who I intend to be in this world…
“Why not you?”
So I tuned into the NFL Honors Hosted by Steve Harvey on Saturday night before the Super Bowl.
I wondered how fun it could be in the absence of a live audience?!?
Well, it was exceptional!
I highly recommend you “Google around” YouTube and the NFL channel and catch all of the highlights and significant moments.
It was so good!
During the broadcast, they announce the 32 nominees for the Walter Payton Man of the Year 2020 Award. Presumably, there is 1 nominee for each team. You can find out more about the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award here.
But here’s the gist of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award:
The Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award recognizes an NFL player for his excellence (460) on and off the field. The award was established in 1970. It was renamed in 1999 after the late Hall of Fame Chicago Bears running back, Walter Payton. Each team nominates one player who has had a significant positive impact on his community.
Representing the best of the NFL’s commitment to philanthropy and community impact, 32 players are selected as their team’s Man of the Year and become eligible to win the national award.
The winner of the award each year receives $250,000 donated to the winner’s charity of choice. All other 31 nominees receive up to $40,000 donated to their charity of choice. All donations are courtesy of the NFL Foundation and Nationwide.
So let’s take a look at what love looks like and the understanding that love changes everything.
I’ll put everything into context so you can see where true power really exists.