Have you ever thought about saving our planet, Earth? It’s a big idea, isn’t it? But here’s something to think about: what if the idea of saving Earth is more about the journey than the destination? Let’s dive into this thought a little deeper.

Imagine Earth as a place with endless possibilities. Some versions of Earth are doing great, while others might not be. But the interesting part is, we don’t really switch from a struggling Earth to a thriving one. Instead, we move from one version to another, experiencing each one as it is. It’s like flipping through different channels on TV, each showing a different version of Earth.

Now, you might wonder, “If everything’s already out there, what’s the point of trying to save the planet?” Here’s where it gets beautiful. Even though there are countless versions of Earth, the story of saving our planet gives us a sense of purpose. It’s a story we all agree to be part of because it helps us grow, learn, and understand more about the universe and ourselves.

But here’s the catch: it’s all an illusion. Yes, the idea of a planet needing our help is something we create in our minds. It’s like a game we play, connecting different realities in a certain order. But each moment stays where it is, like a snapshot in time.

So, if it’s all an illusion, should we just give up? Not at all! Knowing it’s an illusion allows us to have even more fun with it. We can be part of the story without taking it too seriously. Because if we get too serious, we might end up attracting negative experiences. Instead, we can approach our journey with a light heart, which helps us create the experiences we prefer.

Think of Earth as a living being that will survive no matter what. It’s like a portal, a vacation spot for many different beings. And in this vast universe, we get to choose where we put our attention. That’s what’s truly cutting-edge.

But here’s the twist: when we focus too much on saving the external world, we forget that this world will never change. It exists for its own purpose. What we can change is our relationship with it. We navigate through infinite options, creating our own unique journey. This journey adds to the expansion of consciousness and the knowledge of self.

Remember, you’re not ever changing what you see; you’re changing into another thing that you then see. That other thing already existed. And your body? It’s not really yours. It’s part of the reality you choose to experience. You’re consciousness, moving through different realities, each with its own body.

So, what’s the takeaway from all this? Embrace the illusion of saving Earth. Use it as a story to give your journey meaning. But don’t get too caught up in it. Instead, focus on your relationship with the world and how you navigate through the endless possibilities. That’s what will truly make a difference in your life and the world around you.


“You’re not ever changing what you see, you’re changing into another thing that you’re then seeing. That other thing already existed as well.” – Bentinho Massaro

Spiritual Reference:

Ecclesiastes 1:9 – “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.”

“The world is the body of God.” – Ramakrishna (This frames the interconnectedness of everything, suggesting care for the planet echoes care for the divine.)

Summary Points

  • Illusion of Control: The idea we can “save” the planet in a traditional sense may be an illusion, as Bentinho suggests infinite parallel realities exist with varying fates for Earth.
  • The Power of Choice: We cannot change external realities themselves, but we can shift our consciousness and experience different versions of those realities.
  • Focus on Inner Growth: Instead of fixating on the planet’s problems, empower yourself by exploring your own growth and who you become in the face of those challenges.
  • Body and Reality: Your body and surroundings are inseparable, constantly changing reflections of the consciousness you embody.

Actionable Steps

  • Challenge Your Beliefs: Examine your underlying assumptions about saving the planet. Are your actions rooted in fear, or a desire for personal growth?
  • Shift Your Perspective: Notice how your focus shapes your experience of the world. Instead of despairing over problems, view them as opportunities to explore your inner self.
  • Mindfulness Practice: Meditate or practice simple present-moment awareness. Observe how your relationship with yourself and the world changes.
  • Empowered Action: Continue taking actions aligned with environmental betterment, but recognize it’s about your inner state as much as external results.

Let me know if you’d like further refinement of these steps!