The Internet is a manifestation of the Fourth Dimension, what some people call the Astral. There is no time, no space, and you are not defined by race, heritage, gender, orientation, religion, or socioeconomic status unless you choose to be. This is not to say that you shouldn’t choose to be, only that you have the ability to not allow others to define you in that way.
Anything, before it can be brought into being, exists as an archetype – you can’t build a chair without having an idea of what a chair is. Those archetypes exist on the Astral. Ideas, concepts, and stories also exist on the Astral as part of the collective consciousness. The more people read/watch/tell a story, for example, the more energy is fed to it; the more energy a story has, the more able it is to influence people, whether by affecting their beliefs and thoughts, or by getting more people to tell the story. If a story becomes very powerful, it can actually manifest itself into the world.
Think of how movies come out in subject groupings. In 2006, The Illusionist and The Prestige were both released. If you talk to the folx at the studios, you find that there are many, many scripts on the same subject that all get submitted around the same time. When that happens, there’s a concept on the Astral that is shouting at writers, and a number of people will write very similar stories around the same time.
These things all mean that the Internet is an excellent place to start to create change out in the world.
Something to keep in mind: we influence the energy of the Internet. It was initially created by the military industrial complex, and has a tendency towards de-humanization. When we bring positive, humanizing energy to the Internet, because it is the Astral, and because you feed what you focus on, we start to shift the energy there, which can snowball in a positive way. Conversely, when we allow ourselves to forget that the person with whom we are interacting is another human being, we contribute to the dehumanization energy. So it is important to be present and conscious when you’re online.