Friday, April 30, 2010

Fiery world

Since the age of Aquarius started in the twentieth century

The ether has been getting denser

Ether being a fire energy

Our times now are considered to be under the influence of the fire energy


What does this mean for us?
It means that things will decompose more quickly
It means for example that you should not leave old things lying around

Old flowers

Old meat 

Anything that can decompose will do so quickly than before
Time to get good habits of hygiene, if you haven't already got them
It also means that we experience more mucus
More tightening of our throat glands
More tension

Tiredness when we let go

Globally tension is felt

Changes come around more quickly

Tension can get become more difficult between nations

Misunderstanding between partners

Nervy times indeed

Fire energy will throw up increasing changes

Physical mental and emotional

Fiery world

Be warned

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Ain't that the truth

"Throughout this vast universe, the good will seek the good, and the evil the evil, each will be unconsciously drawn to its own kind"

And so it has ever been thus

Look at our world

Not to point fingers but have you not noticed clusters

Clusters of people who share the same habits and values
Clusters of the same types of people drawn to the same places and activities
To the same organisations, places of entertainment and where they choose to live
Industries that draw the same kind of people
In our modern world it is not hard to see the bitchy crude businesses where to get ahead one had better conform to the norms of nastiness that characterise that culture or organisation
Fashion perhaps
Opera maybe
Acting possibly
Large segments of the TV, film and media business
And now because these environments love to promote themselves with endless awards to themselves we are bombarded with their faces and activities wherever we turn
Circles of self-interest and mutual promotion
Film to media
Politics to media
Media to media
One could be unhappy about this as they are forever pushing themselves and their activities which is hardly what our children need to grow up seeing
Vulgarity and crudeness held out as something admirable 
Endless talk about themselves and their lives
Yet in a way this is fine
The people who feel a compulsion to be a part of these industries
We can see where they are and make a mental note to stay away from them
Because they are endlessly competitive we must also witness their spiral into darkness
Pretty neat in a way creating their own destructive future
Crudity escalating in the search for ever greater shock or grab for attention
Well it would be if they were not dragging millions along with them
Dark people
Dark clusters
Consciously or unconsciously drawn to their own kind?

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

1 egg and 2 mobiles

65 minutes of connection between mobiles.
Then assembled something as per image:

Initiated the call between the two mobiles and allowed 65 minutes approximately....
During the first 15 minutes nothing happened
25 minutes later the egg started getting hot;
45 minutes later the egg is hot;
65 minutes later the egg is cooked.


The immediate radiation of the mobiles has the potential to modify the proteins of
the egg.
Imagine what it can do with the proteins of your brains when you do long calls.
Certainly something to think about!
We know the mobile phone industry denies radiation damage to humans
It would appear that spending a long time on the telephone has more costs other than the bill

                                              For sure it does
                                                  Your brain
                                                   Your life
 Make short calls on mobiles or use 'hands-free' with the device away from the head

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Good and bad

Instead of black and white magic

Think of black and white motive

For it is the motive which makes something good or evil

All of us can sense when someone is bad

Most of us can sense good as well

However many more doubt that they really have this intuition

How they would choose to use it being another matter again

It is in fact a common heritage of man

It only needs focused efforts to develop it

Many selfish men can sense those who are bendable and others who are principled 

Look at some of the most famous financiers, politicians and businessmen

They have it and they use it

They sense weakness, they smell opportunity

They use their intuition to keep out of trouble

Then to gain advantage over others

This is merely intuition being used in its lowest form though
Intuition used wisely can be of great benefit, life saving even
Most women can sense things using their intuition
Men usually less so
Intuition is well worth the effort to develop as it is one of the first steps in knowing ourselves and understanding others
By regular practice it will grow
Constantly refer mentally all propositions to it, to your intuition that is
After a while once you have got in the habit you will feel it growing
Take this further and provided you are honest and straight with yourself it will give you answers to many situations
Of course if you do not trust yourself
And if you are not honest
Are not clear with yourself then you will hear nothing nor would you trust it if you did
Unfortunately in our modern world we tend to look outside ourselves instead of inside ourselves
Nearly all our progress is material and thus so often superficial
Spirit is neglected or forgotten
Develop your spirit and the insights it offers are real
Insights of an intuitive nature can save us from many perils
Intuition is vital in helping us to find and maintain our balance
To protect us from minds and organisations that want to dominate and control our lives
Intuition is something that can lead us to an understanding of many things that are not clear through the application of logic or mind alone
Intuition saved us all from different disasters in lives gone by
Today the flight or fight mechanism is still alive in most of us
The more subtle uses of intuition require us to develop these skills in new ways
Being prepared to discipline ourselves to use this faculty
To practice, do this by asking others what they see in different situations
As it gets more familiar you should experience a feeling of knowing what is going on
Just knowing what to do without thinking
Just hearing that quiet voice telling you how it is
Once you find this happening more frequently then stop your mind from interfering
Stop your mind from knowing better
From telling you how it cannot be so
Telling you how it will not work
Trust that knowing
Trust that quiet voice inside you
Act upon it

Monday, April 26, 2010

More from WQJ

Taken from the writings of WQJ and which might seem a bit quaint or unreal to modern readers however this is how it really works

"When man faces his destiny in full consciousness of the issues involved,

as he must before the final decision is reached, he will be no longer unconscious of these influences,

but will recognise his companions, alas! no longer companions, his masters now,

inhuman pitless, and the same law of attraction which has lead him along the tortuous path,

unveils its face, and by affinity of evil, the slave stands in the presence of his master,

and the fiends that have all along incited him to laugh at the miseries of his fellow men,

and trample under his feet every kind of kindly impulse, every tender sympathy,

now make the measureless hells within his own soul resound with their laughter at him,

the poor deluded fool whose selfish pride and ambition have stifled and at last obliterated his humanity"

This text states clearly that all of us have choices and those who choose the apparently easy selfish way of using and abusing others for material and personal gain will in the end find that there is no way out no way back

All must pay and as it is said "by their works ye shall know them"

Selfishness, pride and lust for power are the signs by which we may know them

Our world is full of ambitious users who deceive the ignorant, the curious, the unwary

The art of modern spin is to convince that no such dangers exist, this story being strengthened by scientists and other so called experts who are quoted as authorities

Ridiculing everything but rank materialism

Yes those who choose evil as their road

Can advance quickly using and abusing others

Comes a time though when suddenly they realise that they are alone with their paranoia

The music stops and they are alone

Alone with the lies

Alone with their fears

Then comes the day of reckoning and this might well be after they die and have to review their worthless lives

Selling your soul might have seemed a small price to pay in their pursuit of money, fame and power

No way out you must pay and in the end your soul disolved

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Water scarcity

Water scarcity grows in urgency in many regions as population growth, climate change, pollution, lack of investment, and management failures restrict the amount of water available relative to demand.

The Stockholm International Water Institute calculated in 2008 that 1.4 billion people live in “closed basins”—regions where existing water cannot meet the agricultural, industrial, municipal, and environmental needs of all.

Their estimate is consistent with a 2007 Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) calculation that 1.2 billion people live in countries and regions that are water-scarce.

2  And the situation is projected to worsen rapidly: FAO estimates that the number of water-scarce will rise to 1.8 billion by 2025, particularly as population growth pushes many countries and regions into the scarcity column.

Water scarcity” has several meanings. Physical water scarcity exists wherever available water is insufficient to meet demand: parts of the southwestern United States, northern Mexico, North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, northern China, and southeastern Australia are characterized by physical water scarcity.

4  Economic water scarcity occurs when water is available but inaccessible because of a lack of investment in water provision or poor management and regulation of water resources. Much of the water scarcity of sub-Saharan Africa falls into this category.

5 Signs of scarcity are plentiful. Several major rivers, including the Indus, Rio Grande, Colorado, Murray-Darling, and Yellow, no longer reach the sea year-round as a growing share of their waters are claimed for various uses.

6  Water tables are falling as groundwater is over pumped in South Asia, northern China, the Middle East, North Africa, and the southwestern United States, often propping up food production unsustainably.

7  The World Bank estimates that some 15 percent of India’s food, for example, is produced using water from nonrenewable aquifers.

8  Another sign of scarcity is that desalination, a limited and expensive water supply solution, is on the rise.

World Watch

Saturday, April 24, 2010

But of course

A senior Iranian cleric says women who wear revealing clothing and behave promiscuously are to blame for earthquakes.
Iran is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries, and the cleric's unusual explanation for why the earth shakes follows a prediction by the president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, that a quake is certain to hit Tehran and that many of its 12 million inhabitants should relocate.
"Many women who do not dress modestly ... lead young men astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes," Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi was quoted as saying by Iranian media.
Women in the Islamic Republic are required by law to cover from head to toe, but many, especially the young, ignore some of the more strict codes and wear tight coats and scarves pulled back that show much of the hair.
"What can we do to avoid being buried under the rubble?" Sedighi asked during a prayer sermon last week.
"There is no other solution but to take refuge in religion and to adapt our lives to Islam's moral codes."
Seismologists have warned for at least two decades that it is likely the sprawling capital will be struck by a catastrophic quake in the near future.
Some experts have even suggested Iran should move its capital to a less seismically active location.
Tehran straddles scores of fault lines, including one more than 50 miles long, though it has not suffered a major quake since 1830.
In 2003, a powerful earthquake hit the southern city of Bam, killing 31,000 people – about a quarter of that city's population – and destroying its ancient mud-built citadel.
"A divine authority told me to tell the people to make a general repentance.
Because calamities threaten us," said Sedighi, Tehran's acting Friday prayer leader.
Referring to the violence that followed last June's disputed presidential election, he said: "The political earthquake that occurred was a reaction to some of the actions [that took place].
And now, if a natural earthquake hits Tehran, no one will be able to confront such a calamity but God's power, only God's power ...
So let's not disappoint God."


Just a whisper

After a volcanic erruption one often gets articles foretelling doom scenarios to come, yet this time only one has so far appeared, the following

"Earthquakes and their aftershocks, once done, are done.

Volcanoes, however, often trigger long-term and long-distance ill-effects, which history indicates generally far outweigh their immediate rain of death and destruction.

Emanations of particles from the tiniest pinprick in the earth's crust, once lifted high into the skies by an explosive eruption, can wind themselves sinuously and menacingly around the entire planet, and leave all kinds of devastation in their train.

They can disrupt and pollute and poison; they can darken skies and cause devastating changes in the weather; they can and do bring about the abrupt end to the existence of entire populations of animals and people.
Earthquakes and tsunamis have never been known to cause extinctions; but volcanoes and asteroid collisions have done so repeatedly – and since the earth is today still peppered with scores of thousands of volcanoes ever yearning to erupt, they and the dramatic long-term effects of their eruptions are in fact far more frequent, far more decisive, and far greater than those that are triggered by any other natural phenomenon on the planet.

And yet, of all the consequences of the truly great volcanoes of the past, the phenomenon of mass extinctions of life must surely be the most profound and world-changing of all.

It is worth remembering that ours is a world essentially made from and by volcanoes.

They are creatures that will continue to do their business over the aeons, quite careless of the fate of the myriad varieties of life that teems beneath them and on their flanks. Including, of course, ours.

Tambora is the most notorious, not least because it was so immense: almost 40 cubic miles of pulverised Sumbawan rock were hurled into the sky, which darkened, cooled and polluted a world that, unlike in Toba's day, was already well populated and widely civilised.

The consequences ranged from the dire – a lowering of temperature that caused frosts in Italy in June and snows in Virginia in July, and the failure of crops in immense swathes across Europe and the Americas – to the frankly ludicrous – Irish migrants, promised better weather in New England, found it on landing to be every bit as grim as the Connemara and Cork they had left, and so either went home, or pressed on in hope to California.
And Tambora's eruption had its effects on art also: a gloomy Byron wrote the gloomiest of poems, Darkness ("Morn came and went, and came, and brought no day. And men forgot their passions in the dread/ Of this their desolation . . .");

Mary Shelley, it is said, became so fed up with the rain while visiting Byron in Geneva that she followed suit and wrote her exceptionally gloomy novel Frankenstein.

Only JMW Turner rose more cheerfully to the occasion: the lurid colours of many of his paintings, it is said, owe much to the flaming Tambora sunsets that had half the world astonished, and Turner evidently inspired.

Between two and five major extinction events occur in the world every million years or so.

We humans have not thus far been privileged to observe one of them – hardly surprisingly, since they would probably occur so slowly as to be barely noticeable.

However, with painstaking care, palaeontological evidence is currently being amassed to link sudden and catastrophic changes in world climate, changes that promote such extinction crises, with the known major eruptions of the past, and with what are known as flood basalt events (such as those that have been triggered specifically in the past by eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull and her neighbouring volcano in Iceland, Katla, which is herself currently well overdue for an eruption).

It is a study that opens up a fascinating speculative possibility.
For what if the kind of event that we have seen this month, and which caused us all in Europe such commercial inconvenience, is in fact not just a minor volcanic hiccup, but the beginning of an event that causes in time a mass extinction of some form of earthbound life?

And further, since we know from the history books that the massive eruption of Santorini once had the power to destroy one proud part of human society, what if the extinction we might be beginning to see turns out to be what will one day surely occur, and that is the extinction of us?
Simon Winchester - Guardian 

Friday, April 23, 2010


But 'everybody' has a hard life

We often think that we are the only ones going through tough times

'Everybody' seems to have it easier

'Everybody' else has this, has that, is going there, doing that

'Everybody' is fine

Our perspective being that other people seem to have a better life

Others seem to have it easier than we do

When we look around they all seem to be happy

Why this continual illusion?

Whatever our level in society we face the same problems

The very same problems of life

Problems with others in our life, business, social arena, whatever our position they continue

We all have to face ourselves

We all have to face our fears

Just because someone has money does not mean he is exempt from these issues

We have to deal with our relatives

Our relationships both personal and business

Bad days

Good days

Iffy days

We all have these challenges

And yet we feel ourselves to have more problems and difficulties than others

If this is you then time to lift your head

Observe how others have even more difficult lives than you do

There is always someone worse off than ourselves

Focus instead on what you do have not what you do not

Appreciate the chance to grow and learn

Grow consciously every day

'Everybody' knows

Knows what?

Lift your head and learn for yourself

Your own growth comes from inside you

You start this process, for process it is, when you are ready

'Everybody' is not involved

'Everybody' is doing their own thing

Let go of 'everybody'

Define and live by your own parameters

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Religion again

What a pain

Throughout history more people have been killed by or in the name of religion than by any other cause

Today we have conflict in many parts of the world driven by religion

Murder continues in the name of religion

Time to say it as it is

If your religion is intolerant

If your religion brands any other faith or religion as infidel

If your religion is involved in politics

If your religion encourages hate against others

If your religion encourages holy war

If your religion discriminates against women

If your religion claims to be the only true religion

Then this is no religion this is power in a crude form

This is manipulation of the ignorant

This is evil


Time to move beyond religion

Time to focus on putting this planet to rights

Let us each and every one of us decide that what we feel in our hearts about God, no God or maybe intelligence is private

All of us should have the right to think what we want and respect the same right in others

No more religion it causes too much divisiveness

What ever happened to love?

What ever happened to tolerance?

Enough already

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Israel 1947 - 2010

The map on the left is the UN agreed mandated partition of Palestine in 1947

The map on the right is the Israeli occupation of Palestine in 2010

Recently the Israeli government announced that they would be knocking
down further buildings in Jerusalem to make way for new Israeli structures and housing

Recently further new settlements were created on Palestinian land and more are planned

Funny way to encourage peace with the neighbours

And what?

A majority of Israelis and Palestinians have repeatedly said that they want a resolution to the impasse

The basis of such is the 1947 mandated partition

Extremists on both sides do not want a settlement

Fanatics want to continue their self serving interests

As in Northern Ireland probably only outsiders will be able to knock sense into the leaders

Will they?

Why no

Because no one is prepared to stand up to the various lobbies and interest groups

And when this happens impasse will be broken by some unexpected event

And as usual when such occurs many innocent people will be hurt

History could teach us so much if only we wanted to learn

Sadly this is not the case

The map above says clearly that the current situation is unjust

Injustice leads to further violence

And no it won't go away

When that unexpected event finally occurs it will probably involve us all as well

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Bits and bobs

Be restrained, be liberal, be merciful it is the death of selfishness

In sound is tone and tone is one of the most important and deep reaching of all natural things.

By tone, the natural man and the child, express the feelings, just as animals in their tones make known their nature.

The tone of the voice of the tiger is quite different from that of the dove, as different as their natures are from each other

In all nature we can find no instance where effort of some kind is not required

It is not the study of ourselves so much, as the thought for others that opens the door

He can only be a factor for good or teach how to approach the way, who forgetting his own surroundings, strives to beautify and illumine those of others.

The effort must be for the good of others, not the gratifying of our own senses, or love for the agreeable or pleasant

Thou mayest look for silence in tumult, solitude in company, light in darkness, forgetfulness in pressures, vigor in despondency, courage in fear, resistance in temptation, peace in war, and quiet in tribulation

If you cannot not receive the small events of life and their meanings without crying them out to the world, think you that you are fitted to be trusted with the mysteries?

It is quite probable, that you are as rich as you will ever be, therefore, desire to do good with what you have - and do it.

 If you have nothing, know that it is best and wisest for you

From him that have not, shall be taken even that which he hath. this sounds contradictory, but in reality is in most harmonious agreement


Monday, April 19, 2010

Another view

Recently I received a message from a friend in Tanzania inviting me to look at his latest blog written by a friend of his Jomo Ndege Lu

I show an extract of that blog below and if you like it then go to his blog by clicking on the link underneath the extract

"Spinning crosses, turbines great and white, shall be erected everywhere to crucify both land and sea. 

It shall be done.

Here in Africa as in Europe, through the Middle East, into Asia and far beyond. 

It's been demanded by city-centred corporations living in the golden-land. 

For it shall help to enlighten the world; even the shanty poor in power-starved Africa. 

It's Good, it's Clean, it's Wind Power. 

These giant windmills will stand in great gatherings, of up to a hundred or more. 

In every sense they are a major imposition on the land. 

Yet they have been spun as environmentally-friendly, so surely that ordinary people think - they must be harmless. 

"They've been branded ecological!" 
Unless, that is your a flying bird or bat, especially on migration, flying low, perhaps cloud-hidden, wind-drifted, or at night. 

Imagine it, you are passing along an age old flyway, a flock of travelers and now you have to pass between those towers that block your way. 

So you must run the gauntlet. 

Maybe then your flock will slip within range of those colossal, sucking, spinning blades. 

This is happening now, in many places, on bird migration routes.

But, of course, information detailing these avian disasters is often buried, certainly seldom is it widely publicised. 

Because the powerful ones know we must not be held back by caring about such unimportant things. 

The fate of migrant birds - for heaven's sake! 

These windmills are the future of our energy, vital if we're to engineer the final technological solution to our economic fix. 

Centrally-controlled electricity generation and distribution is fundamental to our mission. 

There will be far less scope for profit if we fail to extend electric power to every global prole. 

We must continue growing the Empire of Greed"

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Volcano time

Iceland's revenge on the world economy has given us a glimpse of a world without air travel

Quiet silent skies

No jet noises

No contrails in the sky

We are used to images of stranded passengers

Others marooned by terrorism

Stark pictures of industrial action are more common today 

Or perhaps just our overcrowded world in it's different guises

But it is very rare for the skies to be emptied so comprehensively as this.

As many people observed, the sight of clear blue skies without a contrail to be seen was strangely uplifting.
But it also had a post-apocalyptic feel about it, more reminiscent of a Hollywood disaster movie than environmental utopia

Something familiar is missing

Something we have grown used to

Take away air travel and suddenly we have a glimpse of how life could be without it

Living on an island where suddenly any journey off the island becomes a different proposition

Time is changed

Instead of hours for a simple journey it is a day

And instead of a day to go to the other side of the world it is two or three

Nature has given us a glimpse of what might be in store for us in years to come

Over and over we forget nature's power

Only to be reminded in a dramatic and simple way - this time by ash

Ash that changed our world overnight

Not much on the ground but the threat of it enough to change our lives

And what else might nature show us?

Earthquakes are more frequent

Are they coming to a neighborhood near you?

More floods, maybe we have had plenty of them recently

Drought as well

Notice though no one wants to pull all this together to show how nature is more violent

More unsettled

A quick look at our past says that nature has often shifted gears

We have been through a relatively quiet and stable period

Hang on because now we feel to be entering a much more volatile period

Be warned life will not be as it was

Flexibility in your private life is good preparation for what is to come

Nature is reminding us of her power

And why might she do this?

Could it be to teach us to learn to handle change?

To accept that nothing is for sure

Nothing is to be taken for granted

Security is an illusion

Life is inherently unpredictable

To learn to live life in the moment because we cannot know what tomorrow will bring


Saturday, April 17, 2010


You are
You are someone
Maybe it does not feel that way
Maybe you do not feel like someone
Maybe you feel you live in a dull place
The back of beyond perhaps
We have lived in the back of beyond
I have also on my own lived in some pretty obscure places
No matter where it was it was how I approached these experiences that truly mattered
How are you with where you are?
Are you finding the positive?
More to the point maybe how are you with what you are?
Do you feel like someone?
Have you decided to become someone?
Let me tell you something
Something true
If I am giving a seminar and someone asks a question
I pay attention to them
If I am singing on stage and someone lights a candle I notice the candle
In both situations something happened
An individual did something
Someone attracted my attention
Someone made a statement
So let's take this a step further
Nature supports those who try to grow
Focusing on the creative side nature will pay attention to those who sincerely try
So wherever you are
Whatever your profile
If you make true efforts nature sees this
Nature will support you
You are someone and have the same possibilities as anyone anywhere else on the planet
How is that true?
Because it does not matter where we are
Or who we are nature gives all an equal chance
What matters is that we try our best
What matters is inside us
Our growth comes from inside
It is up to you to light that candle
It is up to you to ask a question
Someone near you could do with some support
Can you help them?
Light your own candle
Wherever you are
You are someone

Friday, April 16, 2010

Need a buzz

Most adults actually need a buzz from time to time

Not just children

Adults too or maybe we should cal them kidults

Adults needing to let go

Toys for adults

Cinemas giving thrill after thrill

Harry Potter gave fun not just to children but to kidults as well

And basically kidults feed on thrills

Trainers, micro game console, scooter

Mostly men

Women wanted fun too

So they coined the term midyouth

Wearing high heels

ipod wearing

Having to look a certain age

Middleyouth woman went for botox

There were even botox parties

All the women being injected

It used to be just Hollywood

Now it is ordinary women anywhere

Kidults and midyouths have their kicks

And then once more when alone at home

Waking to the morning light

Toys seem less interesting

Could it be that toys just distract?

Botox needs replacing

No toy or botox treatment lasts for very long

Keep looking surely another toy will come along?

Maybe another illusion of youthfulness preservation

Then perhaps tomorrow someone will find the ultimate cure

In truth just like the last one and the one before that

Pay for your buzz and you are one of the gang

No need to be alone with yourself

Saves thinking about those things that frighten

Just keep going for the next fix

Or maybe one day you wake up and see that these distractions still leave a void

A void that toys and distractions cannot fill

An empty feeling close to fear

An 'iffy' sense of loneliness

Something that will not be denied

Oh yes that is closer to the truth

The truth that so many keep running away from

Believe you can run and run?

Nature though will not be denied

The irony is that the best buzz in life is feeling good with yourself

No toys

No distractions

Just yourself with peace of mind

And that really is the ultimate buzz

There is nothing better or more powerful than peace of mind

Know of one?

Then let us all know please

Thursday, April 15, 2010


Speedy lives are what we now have

As a result of many things our lives are now faster than before

Time rushes by

We look in wonderment as the days disappear behind us 

No time even to do that for most of us except on odd days of rest or illness then we see our lives through a different perspective

And how many people are doing what they really want with their lives?

What they truly want with their lives that is

Are you doing what you want with your life?

We saw a film on Darjeeling the other night

A misty often damp place in the Himalayas

Overcrowded as most Indian towns are

Not many jobs for the young people of Darjeeling

So most people just about get by

The film reminded us of our last visit to that area

Reminded us too that we had promised to return

We fully meant to do so

Then other things intruded and we have not been back since

Promised to go to Kathmandu again as well and Chennai and Delhi and Kerala and and

Not to mention Shimla, Leh and the Kullu valley

So many good intentions

So many plans fallen by the wayside

The film last night also reminded us how lucky we are to have enough

Enough to get by that is

And to feel for those who do not

And so what is the point of this?

To say that living the speedy lives we do inevitably we make promises we cannot or do not manage to keep

We intend to do things that we never manage get around to

We think to travel to places we cannot visit

It all adds up to clutter in our lives

Like a room filled with unused things

Clear out your mind as you would that cluttered room

Unclutter your mind

Let go those unfulfilled promises

Clear your mind from uneasy guilt of things undone

Clear your life from the worry of unfulfilled commitments

If necessary say that you will not be doing or visiting whatever it was

Determine you will not be visiting and just let it go

Speedy lives leave guilt of things undone

If we let them

Let all those things go

Just let them go

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Would you believe

In India in 1893 an English officer named Harrington discovered a working telephone between two Hindu temples which stand over a mile apart 
The testimony of the Hindus, which, it is said, is backed up by documentary proof shows that the system has been in operation for over 2,000 thousand years 
Scientists in excavating the ancient Egyptian temples have repeatedly found unmistakable evidence of wire communications between some of the temples of the earlier Egyptian dynasties

Today being totally ignorant of our distant ancestors most of us will dismiss such stories as inventions or nonsense

Funny though that many such stories will not go away and keep appearing generation after generation

For the record our very distant ancestors had all the technologies that we have today and then some

While this might be interesting of more interest might be that they were also masters of telepathy

For the record our next evolutionary step, provided we don't destroy everything before then will be to develop our abilities in this area

Some of our more conscious brethren are already moving in this direction

Others will be born in the coming years with latent skills in this direction

Like those very far off ancestors they will not need those wire connections for many areas of their communication

Some people even in our times today are born with telepathic abilities

Telepathy contrary to popular belief is something that usually grows in individuals as they become more conscious and is not usually some innate gift

And we are not talking here about the self styled psychics on TV who pretend amazing abilities

Or those offering so called readings from the other side

Modern charlatans for the most part

We are talking about how telepathy really works

Telepathy evolves by growing your consciousness

Growing in consciousness is all about healing yourself

And yes all humans whatever their background or circumstances need and have scope to heal themselves
Healing yourself is not the physical absence of illness or disease
Truly healing yourself is achieved by getting rid of your deep fears
Most modern humans have fears for it is part of our experience
Getting rid of them is done by finding out what they are, which is often tough, because we tend to deny and hide things that frighten us
Bringing them into our consciousness lessens their hold over us
This in turn allows us to look at them understand where they came from and to move beyond them
Parallel to this we need to learn to control our thoughts 24/7
Thoughts have more power than actions in many ways
Actions only start as the result of thoughts
Throughout history thoughts have been understood to be dangerous when left unchecked
In our world we seldom if ever think about this and feel it is fine what you think but not so fine what you say out loud where society is soooooooo concerned about political correctness
This conscious lack of understanding about the power of thoughts is dangerous to us as individuals and to society as a whole
Consequently work on controlling our thoughts is essential if we wish to evolve
An uncontrolled mind is as dangerous to it's owner as it is to society
How many modern men and women have ever thought about their minds being in control of them and not them being in control of their minds
I wonder
Have you ever thought that your mind controls you? 
I suspect it would be true to say that a vast majority of people today are slaves of their minds and have never even thought about the idea that it is more healthy and reasonable when they are in control of their minds and not the other way around
To control our minds is one of if not the hardest thing that we can do
Not me saying that but Guatama Buddha and for me if he said that then fine that's how it is
To do so takes great effort because you have to convince your mind that you are serious
Your mind having run you for all these years wil take some convincing
Every day, serious effort must be made until finally mind succumms
The usual way is through meditation
Moving on we also need to shift our attitude from one of selfish preoccupation about us and ourselves and our personal needs to the needs of those around us
In other words concerning ourselves more with the well being of others
Becoming more altruistic, less concerned with yourself than with the well being of others
And as you make progress in these areas so does the ability to understand others better 
This in turn often leads to where we can see what they are thinking
And this in turn leads to the evolution of telepathic abilities
These steps are not easy as they require honesty, will power, discipline and courage
This is not a fashionable direction to take as most prefer to pay money for instant gratification
To believe that we can buy whatever we need
Not true
The really important worthwhile things in life cannot be bought
Satisfying your physical senses might be bought for a while with money
After a time even this gets harder
As we begin to experience the emptiness of ourselves some have the good karma to be pointed towards their higher self or souls
If this is your path be warned it is not easy as the first step of getting rid of your fears for example is tough and takes many years
However the journey is well worth while
As out ancestors knew wires are helpful in some communications however truly important communications are made by other means