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Friday, December 23, 2011

Reflections that Will Shape the Age of Change

There is no doubt that we have entered a time of great change. Everyone can feel it whether they can comprehend it or not. The evidence is everywhere; in politics, the economy, science and technology, in earth changes and in consciousness.

Change in this great arena called life is happening so fast now that it can seem overwhelming. It can feel as if time itself is quickening. It can feel as if we have no control over the outcome of this transition. When, in fact, the opposite is true. Only we can determine the future, but we must actively participate in the change, otherwise the future will be determined for us if we choose not to look in the mirror.

Life is like a mirror. When we smile, it smiles back at us. When we scowl, it scowls back at us. To effectively change the world, "You don't comb the mirror, you comb your own hair and the mirror changes," as David Icke so wisely puts it.

Inception becomes reality: People can teach themselves new skills in dreams

The idea of the surreal Hollywood blockbuster Inception, where people travel through someone's dreams to 'plant' an idea in his head may not be so out-there after all.
Researchers at Yale have found that 'lucid dreamers' - dreamers who have 'waking dreams' that they control - are able to learn new skills in their dreams.

A team is now experimenting with the idea of 'training' people by telling them what to dream about.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2077185/Inception-reality-People-teach-new-skills-dreams.html#ixzz1hQNBHM5G

Monday, July 11, 2011

The Art of Talking to Christ by Dennis Waller

The Art of Talking to Christ: The Theory and Practice of
Christian Mysticism by Dennis Waller

If you have felt a need to connect to something greater than yourself . . . a longing to find meaning to life . . . a yearning to discover a sanctuary of serenity and peace . . . a hunger to have your heart and soul touched by that Divine love that brings comfort to life . . . a passionate desire to have a closer relationshp with God and Christ, then this book is for you.

It provides insight into the art of talking to Christ, and introduces you to Christian Mysticism, which encompasses all those who long for intimate communion with God through Christ. This form of mysticism is not based on eastern religions or occultism; rather, it is a vital part of the Christian heritage and the very core of spirituality. When Jesus said, “I and the Father are one,” (Jn. 10:30), Christian mysticism is about achieving that same transforming union.

The Art of Talking to Christ will show you how to develop a more rewarding spiritual experience, obtain a higher sense of awareness through connecting with the Divine Source, and help you realize that the Power is within you to achieve this. It makes no difference what your religious background or beliefs are, Christian mysticism is universal, available to all, and is the spiritual path to finding true joy and ecstasy.

This book will serve as a guide on your journey towards that goal. I wish you well along the way.

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Thursday, June 16, 2011

My Soul

When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.

The soul at dawn is like darkened water that slowly begins to say, "Thank you, Thank you."

Wherever you stand, be the soul of that place.

Every moment I shape my destiny with a chisel, I am a carpenter of my own soul.

My soul gave me good counsel, teaching me that the lamp which I carry does not belong to me, and the song that I sing was not generated from within me. Even if I walk with light, I am not the light; and if I am a taut-stringed lute, I am not the lute-player.

A Taste of Rumi

A Taste of Rumi

'A moment of happiness,
you and I sitting on the verandah,
apparently two, but one in soul, you and I.
We feel the flowing water of life here,
you and I, with the garden's beauty
and the birds singing.
The stars will be watching us,
and we will show them
what it is to be a thin crescent moon.
You and I unselfed, will be together,
indifferent to idle speculation, you and I.
The parrots of heaven will be cracking sugar
as we laugh together, you and I.
In one form upon this earth,
and in another form in a timeless sweet land.'

~ ~ ~

'If anyone asks you
how the perfect satisfaction
of all our sexual wanting
will look, lift your face
and say,

Like this.

When someone mentions the gracefulness
of the nightsky, climb up on the roof
and dance and say,

Like this.

If anyone wants to know what "spirit" is,
or what "God’s fragrance" means,
lean your head toward him or her.
Keep your face there close.

Like this.

When someone quotes the old poetic image
about clouds gradually uncovering the moon,
slowly loosen knot by knot the strings
of your robe.

Like this.

If anyone wonders how Jesus raised the dead,
don’t try to explain the miracle.
Kiss me on the lips.

Like this. Like this.

When someone asks what it means
to "die for love," point

If someone asks how tall I am, frown
and measure with your fingers the space
between the creases on your forehead.

This tall.

The soul sometimes leaves the body, then returns.
When someone doesn’t believe that,
walk back into my house.

Like this.

When lovers moan,
they’re telling our story.

Seek Passion!

Your heart is the size of an ocean. Go find yourself in its hidden depths!

You must ask for what you really want. Don't go back to sleep. The door is round and open. Don't go back to sleep.

Truth lifts the heart, like water refreshes thirst.

Don't grieve. Anything you lose comes round in another form.

The wound is the place where the Light enters you.

Where there is ruin, there is hope for a treasure.

You have no need to travel anywhere - journey within yourself. Enter a mine of rubies and bathe in the splendor of your own light.

Very little grows on jagged rock. Be ground. Be crumbled, so wildflowers will come up where you are.

Don't sigh, don't yawn. Seek passion, passion, passion!

If You Forget Me

If you Forget me by ~Pablo Neruda~

I want you to know
one thing.

You know how this is
if I look
at the crystal moon, at the red branch
of the slow autumn at my window,
if I touch
near the fire
the impalpable ash
or the wrinkled body of the log,
everything carries me to you,
as if everything that exists,
aromas, light, metals, were little boats
that sail
toward those isles of yours that wait for me.

Well, now,
if little by little you stop loving me
I shall stop loving you little by little.

If suddenly
you forget me
do not look for me,
for I shall already have forgotten you.

If you think it long and mad,
the wind of banners
that passes through my life,
and you decide
to leave me at the shore
of the heart where I have roots,
that on that day,
at that hour,
I shall lift my arms
and my roots will set off
to seek another land.

if each day,
each hour,
you feel that you are destined for me
with implacable sweetness,
if each day a flower
climbs up to your lips to seek me,
ah my love, ah my own,
in me all that fire is repeated,
in me nothing is extinguished or forgotten,
my love feeds on your love, beloved,
and as long as you live it will be in your arms
without leaving mine.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Road Goes On

"The Road Goes On"

Not by way of an apology
For the things that I have done
Do I set my boat upon the sea

So like thunder I am breaking free
In the landscape of the heart
It's hard to tell what's really taken me

Now I see it all through different eyes
This emotion can't be wrong
Past the mountains under empy skies
And the road goes on and on...

I've been living through this poetry
Tangled words and worn out prose
Love is needing, love is bleeding me

Now I see it all through different eyes
This emotion can't be wrong
Past the mountains under empty skies
And the road goes on...

Now I see it all through different eyes
This emotion can't be wrong
Past the mountains under empty skies
And the road goes on...

Now I see it all through different eyes
Where I'm going, where I've gone
All I know - I'm still surprised
That the road goes on and on

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Running in Place?

I recently talked with a friend who said he'd turned his $50,000
per year business into a $300,000 per year business in just 2
years! He asked if I wanted to know how he did it. I replied that
of course I wanted to know.

His answer was quite simple. In fact, it's so simple that you're
likely to dismiss it as too obvious. I agree that it sounds like
common sense, but it's not commonly applied. When you really put
this idea into action, you can take your results to a whole new

In a nutshell this was the lesson:

In life you will always have your ups and downs, your successes and
failures. Sometimes things go well for you. Sometimes they go

When you succeed or fail, there's always a CAUSE. You can backtrack
your results to figure out what caused them. You might not be able
to do this perfectly, but you'll usually have a pretty good idea of
the contributing factors.

What caused your income, your health, and your relationships to
improve over the past few years?

What caused things to get worse?

Can you identify the specific causes of your best and worst results?

Once you know the contributing factors to your hits and your
misses, your goal is to deliberately do more of what causes the
successes and deliberately do less of what caused the failures.

Of course some of the contributing factors may not be under your
direct control, but some of those factors will be. Focus your
efforts on what you can control, and don't worry about what's
outside your control.

I must admit that it was hard for me. I thought this was an
oversimplification, but I decided to try it anyway. I thought maybe
he knew something I didn't. I figured I had nothing to lose.

What I discovered was there were several things that I was doing
that were not working very well, but I kept doing the same thing.
Also, there were several things that I was doing that worked really
well, but they were often neutralized by the things that were not
working so well. In the end it seemed like I was running in place
or advancing very slowly.

You can apply this same idea to improve your results in any area of
your life -- your income, your career, your relationships, your
health -- even your spiritual development. Notice what creates a
success for you, and do more of it. Notice what causes less than
desirable results or a dry spell, and do less of it.

If you haven't had a success experience for a long time, you can
basically throw out whatever you're currently doing in that area
because it clearly isn't working. You'll have to experiment more
to figure out what does work. If you already know that your
current efforts aren't working, there's no point in continuing
along the same path.

You aren't doomed to become a victim of your past, but your past
surely contains clues that can help you enjoy an even better
present and future. Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best.

Today will bring you a new awareness, a lesson or a manifestation
that you are making progress - IF YOU LOOK FOR IT! No matter how
large or small, please record it in your Evidence Journal. It will
only take a few moments and will AUTOMATICALLY put you in the Flow.

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

I Can't Get Any Satisfaction by Rabbi Daniel Lapin

Why is it that people who excessively indulge their physical appetites for food, sensuality or material goods, to the point we could call it an addiction, often yield to many other temptations as well?

Shakespeare created his character Sir John Falstaff to highlight this very truth. Not only is Falstaff a glutton and a drunkard but he is also a liar and a coward. In yielding to physical appetite he also yields to decay of character.

Before I was ever taught Shakespeare’s depiction of this principle, I had already been taught it from the Book of Numbers.

The rabble that was among them cultivated a craving
and the Children of Israel wept crying, ‘Who will feed us meat?’
(Numbers 11:4)

Though they had God’s miracle food, Manna, they still lusted for meat. Their desire for variety in food was quickly followed by desire for variety in another area.

Moses heard the nation crying about their families…
(Numbers 11:10)
Ancient Jewish wisdom explains that they were angry about the limitations on physical relationships and the rules for moral family life which they had received in the Torah a year earlier on Mt. Sinai.

What can we learn from the juxtaposition of problems with these two appetites? Can this section help us deal more effectively with situations in which we or people with whom we have to interact are controlled by physical desires rather than in control of them?

The clue is the rule of sevens. We frequently find the most important clue in a perplexing passage of the Torah by looking to see what Hebrew root word appears seven times. Once we have located the word which appears exactly seven times in this section of chapter eleven, we will have identified our motif.

It turns out that variations of the Hebrew root ASF, which means gathering, appear seven times in noun or verb format.

One: The rabble (ASaFsuf) that was among them...
(Numbers 11:4)

Two: God said to Moses, ‘Gather (ASFah) me
seventy men from the elders...
(Numbers 11:16)

Three: ...if all the fish of the sea were gathered (y’ASaF)
for them would it suffice for them?
(Numbers 11:22)

Four: ...and he gathered (vay’ASaF) seventy men
from among the elders...
(Numbers 11:24)

Five: And Moses was gathered (vay’ASaF) into the camp,
he and the elders of Israel.
(Numbers 11:30)

Six: ...and they gathered (vayASaFu) up the quails...
(Numbers 11:32)
Seven: ...the one with the least still gathered (ASaF) ten measures... (Numbers 11:32)

The motif word ‘gathering’ implies gathering for a specific purpose rather than a bunch of people or things in the same place and time by happenstance. While gathering the manna was good, gathering the food here was bad, having little to do with real hunger and everything to do with lust. Moses gathered himself and the seventy elders into the camp, where, injected with God’s spirit, they successfully countered the gathering of fleshly rabble.

In other words the solution to excesses of the flesh is an injection of the spirit. Over-indulgence of a physical substance reflects a lack of spiritual completion. There is a reason that Alcoholics Anonymous and other successful rehab groups focus on building the person and connecting him with a higher power rather than just treating the physical addiction. There is a reason that people who exert tremendous effort to wean themselves from one physical addiction frequently succumb to another. People who mistreat their bodies reveal pain-filled souls.

We all need to gather enough to fill our needs. The more successful our spiritual gathering is, the less we need to over-emphasize the physical realm. One of the tragic aspects of many people’s lives is feeling no spiritual energy from their daily work. Working leaves them drained rather than invigorated, feeling somewhat dishonorable rather than principled. Not surprisingly, those who feel this way rarely flourish economically. I spent many years compiling three resources to help people become successful at making money and to do so with heads held high and joy-filled souls. I urge you to take advantage of the sale on The Income Abundance Set this week and gather both physical and spiritual blessings into your life.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Slow Dancing in a Burning Room

"Slow Dancing In A Burning Room"

It's not a silly little moment,
It's not the storm before the calm.
This is the deep and dying breath of
This love that we've been working on.

Can't seem to hold you like I want to
So I can feel you in my arms.
Nobody's gonna come and save you,
We pulled too many false alarms.

We're going down,
And you can see it too.
We're going down,
And you know that we're doomed.
My dear,
We're slow dancing in a burning room.

I was the one you always dreamed of,
You were the one I tried to draw.
How dare you say it's nothing to me?
Baby, you're the only light I ever saw.

I'll make the most of all the sadness,
You'll be a bitch because you can.
You try to hit me just to hurt me
So you leave me feeling dirty
Because you can't understand.

We're going down,
And you can see it too.
We're going down,
And you know that we're doomed.
My dear,
We're slow dancing in a burning room.

Go cry about it - why don't you?

My dear, we're slow dancing in a burning room,
Burning room,

Don't you think we oughta know by now?
Don't you think we shoulda learned somehow?
Don't you think we oughta know by now?
Don't you think we shoulda learned somehow?
Don't you think we oughta know by now?
Don't you think we shoulda learned somehow?

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

How Do You Handle Adversity?

How Do You Handle Adversity?
By: Author Unknown

A certain daughter complained to her father about her life
and how things have been so hard for her. She did not know
how she was going to make it and she wanted to give up. She
was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed that just
as one problem was solved another arose.

Her father, a chef, took her to the kitchen, filled three
pots with water and placed the fire on high. Soon the three
pots came to a boil.

In one he placed carrots, in the other he placed eggs, and
in the last he placed ground coffee beans. He let them sit
and boil, without saying a word.

The daughter sucked her teeth and impatiently wondered what
he was trying to do. She had problems, and he was making
this strange concoction. In half an hour he walked over to
the oven and turned down the fire. He pulled the carrots
out and placed them in the bowl. He pulled the eggs out and
placed them in the bowl. Then he ladled the coffee out and
placed it in a bowl.

Turning to her he asked. "Darling what do you see,"

Smartly, she replied. "Carrots, eggs, and coffee."

He brought her closer and asked her to feel the carrots.
She did and noted that they were soft. He then asked her
to take an egg and break it. After pulling off the shell,
she observed the hard-boiled egg. Finally, he asked her
to sip the coffee. Her face frowned from the strength of
the coffee.

Humbly, she asked. "What does it mean Father?"

He explained. "Each of them faced the same adversity,
212 degrees of boiling water. However each reacted

"The carrot went in strong, hard, and unrelenting. But
after going through boiling water, it softened and
became weak."

"The egg was fragile. A thin outer shell protected a liquid
center. But after sitting through the boiling water, its
inside became hardened."

"The coffee beans are unique however. After they were in
the boiling water, it became stronger and richer." "Which
are you," he asked his daughter.

When adversity knocks on your door, how do you respond?

Are you a carrot, an egg, or a coffee bean?

Are you the carrot that seems hard, but with the smallest
amount of pain, adversity, heat you wilt and become soft
with no strength?

Are you the egg, which starts off with a malleable heart, a
fluid spirit? But after a death, a breakup, a divorce, a
layoff you became hardened and stiff. Your shell looks the
same, but you are so bitter and tough with a stiff spirit
and heart, internally.

Or are you like the coffee bean? The bean does not get its
peak flavor and robust until it reaches 212 degrees
Fahrenheit. When the water gets the hottest, it just tastes
better. When things are there worst, you get better. When
people talk the most, your praises increase. When the hour
is the darkest, trials are their greatest, your worship
elevates to another level.

How do you handle adversity? Are you a carrot, an egg, or a
coffee bean?

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Gandhi's Speech on Non-Violence 9/11/1906

Gandhi: I want to welcome you all. Every one of you. We have no secrets. Let us begin by being clear about General Smuts' new law: All Indians must now be fingerprinted, like criminals, men and women. No marriage, other than a Christian marriage, is considered valid. Under this Act, our wives and mothers are whores, and every man here is a bastard. And our policemen, passing an Indian dwelling -- I will not call them homes -- may enter and demand the card of any Indian woman whose dwelling it is. Understand, he does not have to stand at the door. He may enter.

Muslim Audience Member #1: I will not allow it.
Muslim Audience Member #2: I swear to Allah: I'll kill the man who offers that insult to my home and my wife. And, let them hang me.
Audience Member #3: I say, talk means nothing! Kill a few officials before they disgrace one Indian woman! Then, they might think twice about such laws!
Audience Member #4: In that cause, I would be willing to die!!

Gandhi: I praise such courage. I need such courage because in this cause I, too, am prepared to die. But, my friend, there is no cause for which I am prepared to kill. Whatever they do to us, we will attack no one, kill no one, but we will not give our fingerprints -- not one of us. They will imprison us, and they will fine us. They will seize our possessions, but they cannot take away our self-respect if we do not give it to them. Audience Member #5: Have you been to prison?! They beat us and torture us! I say that we should -- Gandhi: I am asking you to fight! To fight against their anger, not to provoke it. We will not strike a blow, but we will receive them. And through our pain we will make them see their injustice, and it will hurt -- as all fighting hurts. But we cannot lose. We cannot. They may torture my body, break my bones, even kill me. Then, they will have my dead body -- not my obedience. We are Hindu and Muslim, children of God, each one of us. Let us take a solemn oath, in His name, that come what may we will not submit to this law.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

It is Time to Become Positive!

This is the time to be positive and avoid negative thinking at all costs. Negative thoughts will ruin your life. Instead, fill your mind with positive thoughts. Today and everyday think of all the great things that are taking place in your life. I want you to fill your mind with positive thoughts so that you enjoy your life. So that you get more of what you want and less of what you don't want. So that you experience joy, happiness and success in every area of your life. If you're with family or loved one then appreciate the positive things about them. Don't focus on the negative. If you're on your own then think of all the positive things that happen to you and the wonderful people who enter your life everyday. Each day there are numerous positive events and things that happen in your, but you often overlook them, or take them for granted. When you take a moment to appreciate the positive things and begin to fill your mind with positive thoughts you begin to attract positive events, people and situations into your life. But when you have negative thoughts, you create negative events and you attract more negative situations into your life... not something you really want to do. Negative thoughts and negative thinking lead to a negative life. When negative thoughts enter your mind they can quickly spread like wildfire and before you know it they fill your mind, and kick out all the positive thoughts. Negative thoughts are like a cancer of the mind. If not caught early and removed they can and will destroy your life. Many times the negative cycle begins with just a single, meaningless negative thought. That negative thought leads to another negative thought, then another and before you know... the wildfire has begun and getting rid of those negative thoughts might seem impossible. But you can eliminate the negative thinking when you take control of your mind and direct your subconscious mind to attract what you want in life. You can begin by filling your mind with positive thoughts. This will begin to move the mind in a new direction. At first you might find it difficult to think positive thoughts. You may even say: "I can't think of anything positive in my life." You only feel this way because you're so used to having negative thoughts. But as you push your mind to be more positive the process will get easier. Next, eliminate the negative thoughts. Track your thoughts and anytime you catch yourself having a negative thought, remove it or eliminate it. Then replace it with a positive thoughts. Now you begin to move your mind in a new direction. Next, start directing your subconscious mind to create what you want by regularly thinking of what you want. Feed your mind and subconscious mind positive information and you'll attract positive situations into your life.

Give your mind and subconscious mind the directions to help you succeed. Your thoughts and beliefs are the fuels that drive your subconscious. Feed your subconscious negative thoughts and negative beliefs and you'll stall your engine. That means you won't be able to achieve your goals. Feed your subconscious positive thoughts and positive beliefs - and you turbocharge yourself to success. Start changing your thoughts today. Begin directing your mind and subconscious mind to help you live the life you want and achieve your goals. Your subconscious mind responds to your thoughts and beliefs. Your attitude is an extension of those thoughts and beliefs. Begin feeding your mind and subconscious mind positive messages and you begin creating a positive lifestyle.

Thank you, Karim Hajee, Creating Power

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Spend it or invest it (and I'm not talking about money)...

My goal is to get you to THINK!

To really THINK about what you are doing with your life and why you do not have all the abundance you deserve.

Awareness is always the first step to change. The lessons I am sharing with you are about awareness. You get to choose what you want to do with your new awareness.

If you look at socioeconomic studies for low income households, you will find that they may have a copy of the National Enquirer or a Bible in their homes. If you go to a medium income household you will find a few books (usually by the toilet!) with a glossy gossip magazine in the family room. But what do you think you will find in high income household? A library of non-fiction books.

So the question we must ask is this: is the socioeconomic status determined by what people read or does what people read bring the status? I will guarantee you it is the latter.

All great leaders are readers. You will never grow spiritually,emotionally or financially by watching TV news and reading the tabloids. Remember there are only two things you can do with your brainpower as it relates to time. You can either spend it, or invest it. Time spent (wasted) is gone forever. Investment in the form of learning creates a lifetime of payoff not only in knowledge,but in income as well. Decide right now that you are going to invest your greatest asset, which is your time, in learning and studying things that will bring you closer to your desires.

Today will bring you a new awareness, a lesson or a manifestation that you are making progress - IF YOU LOOK FOR IT! No matter how large or small, please record it in your Evidence Journal. It will only take a few moments and will AUTOMATICALLY put you in the Flow.

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony

Friday, April 8, 2011

Stairway to Heaven by Rabbi Daniel Lapin

Stairway to Heaven Posted on October 30, 2010 by Rabbi Daniel Lapin

I recently eavesdropped on a conversation taking place at a table adjacent to mine. A customer in the Dallas kosher restaurant in which I was having dinner was talking to the waitress. After thanking the waitress for excellent service, he asked what she did when she wasn’t waiting tables. When she responded that she was a recent immigrant and didn’t yet have other work, he said, “How would you like to earn a good living by helping women enjoy healthier skin and better looks?” To my amazement, there and then he hired the waitress to staff a cosmetic sales kiosk in one of the larger malls in Texas. Never mind hiring the waitress—I would have liked to hire him. He knew not to ask his prospect, “How would you like to make a lot of money persuading passersby to try a hand cream?” Instead, he motivated by painting a picture of a higher purpose. I remember how easy it was to ignite a contagious enthusiasm for chores among my young children provided I first spoke about how much we all owed my wife, their mother, before assigning tasks. I appealed to a higher purpose. Most of the brave men and women who enlist in the military do so to defend freedom and protect their loved ones. Army recruiters rightly emphasize these attributes rather than the pay or the working conditions. Needless to say, just as fire can cook delicious food, heat our homes and provide mechanized transport, it can also burn and destroy. The more powerful a tool, the more powerfully it can be used for both good and evil. Similarly, tapping into the worthy human desire to strive for a greater purpose than merely our physical existence can also be used for both good and evil. Politicians win support for unpopular policies by explaining, for instance, that confiscatory rates of taxation are necessary to “give every citizen free medicine,” to “help the children” or to “end poverty.” They know better than to justify higher taxes by explaining that they wish to hire more of their friends and provide them with lavish retirement benefits. Nimrod, who enslaved the populace to build the Tower of Babel, knew as all tyrants know, that you cannot subdue people by telling them, “I want to enslave you. I want you to work for my aggrandizement.” You have to find a way to appeal to their desire for a higher purpose. …Come; let us build a city and a tower whose top will reach heaven… (Genesis 11:4) Nimrod was speaking to a spiritual need. The tower was a metaphor for appealing to a higher purpose. In the Lord’s language, Hebrew, the word for tower-MiGDaL is closely related to the word for great-GaDoL. Not only is a tower a great building, but it is the physical depiction of our own human yearning to find transcendent purpose in our lives. Often companies build enormous headquarters, not because they need the space but because they want a symbol of their vision. Every one of us yearns to reach for the sky. Similarly, by orating about his stairway to Heaven, Nimrod is saying, “Come with me, I will help you reach for your highest aspirations.” On the positive side, knowing that on the deepest level most people are motivated best by a call to higher purpose is a practical and indispensable tool for managing a military, a business, or a family. A good leader takes the time to share his or her vision and the idea and passion behind it rather than simply relaying the task that needs to be accomplished. Mundane and often boring jobs lay the groundwork for majestic missions. Being able to envision the goal in grand terms makes even difficult tasks achievable. As for the waitress, I hope she will be one more among the many who have achieved success in sales under the guidance of a wise mentor.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Why Are Most Peoples' Life a Living Hell?

Most people don't control their mind; they don't instruct their subconscious mind because they don't control their thoughts. Most people are not even aware of the thoughts they have everyday,and they don't choose their beliefs. Instead you mind constantly sends the wrong messages or wrong instructions to your subconscious mind.And that's how you end up creating the life you don't want.You want to be successful and happy, so do you have thoughts and beliefs that reflect success and happiness? You don't actively choose your thoughts.Instead you leave your mind on autopilot, accepting whatever thoughts it conjures up and then you begin to believe these thoughts. You don't choose your beliefs; you merely accept what your mind and what other people tell you.You may want to be successful and happy.You may do everything you can to be successful and happy.But if you're not enjoying the success and happiness you want then take a moment to analyze your thoughts and beliefs. You'll find that what you think is the exact opposite of what you want to achieve. Sure you want to be successful but you really don't have any thoughts or beliefs that suggest you can be successful. Whatever you want to achieve you can if you have a belief system that allows you to succeed. If you want to make more money you have to have a belief system that says you believe you can make more money.If you want to meet the right person you have to believe that you can meet the right person. If you want to succeed at something you have to believe that you can succeed at it. So how do you create beliefs that correspond with what you want to accomplish? First think about what you want to achieve.Then ask yourself if you really believe that you can accomplish your goal. If you don't believe you can there's work to do and you're going to have to change your belief system so that it allows you to succeed. To change your belief system you have to analyze your thoughts. List all the thoughts and beliefs that you have about achieving that goal.For example: if you want to make more money but you're not making the kind of money you want then list why you don't think you can make more money. Now change those thoughts to correspond with what you want. These are your new thoughts, statements or affirmations that you should think and recite through out the day. Replace those limiting thoughts with these new thoughts. If you want to achieve success and happiness then you have to create thoughts and beliefs that will allow you to achieve those goals. Begin changing your thoughts. Begin creating beliefs that work for you. Eliminate the negative thoughts and beliefs. Thanks Karim Hajee!

Friday, March 18, 2011

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

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Saturday, March 5, 2011

The Wolfs of Hel

The Wolfs of Hel are descending upon me
thirsting for the taste of my blood
like a threatening storm
laced with thunder and lighting

While their desire is to see me
dine in the Great Hall with Freya
and drink from her chalice among the chosen
I await my foes with the resolved knowing

That I may fade away with the sun
and sleep with the stars
It will be on that distant shore
with Odin where I will be found
on the winged horse of the seven daughters

Yes I will dine in the Great Hall tonight
with the Wolfs of Hel at my heals
For the Gods are calling my name
I meet my fate with somber reserve
its time to go home
with the Wolfs of Hel

"Or Ever the Knightly Years..."

"Or Ever the Knightly Years..."

by William Ernest Henley

Or ever the knightly years were gone
With the old world to the grave,
I was the King of Babylon
And you were a Christian Slave.

I saw, I took, I cast you by,
I bent and broke your pride.
You loved me well, or I heard them lie,
But your longing was denied.
Surely I knew that by and by
You cursed your gods and died.

And a myriad suns have set and shone
Since then upon the grave
Decreed by the King of Babylon
To her that had been his Slave.

The pride I trampled is now my scathe,
For it tramples me again.
The old resentment lasts like death,
For you love, yet you refrain.
I break my heart on your hard unfaith,
And I break my heart in vain.

Yet not for hour do I wish undone
The deed beyond the grave,
When I was a King in Babylon
And you were a Virgin Slave.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Indigo Children, Part One by Dennis Waller

Indigo Children
Excerpt from Are you an Indigo? Your guide to Self Discovery
By Dennis Waller

Part I

A recent question about Indigo Children begged to be put down on paper, so I have started this series of articles on the topic in hopes of getting the word out to more people who have been blessed with having one of these children in their lives. If you have a question about anything that pertains to the special children coming into this world, my contact information is at the bottom of this article.

Most of the questions I have received from parents of Indigo Children are what and how to deal with them. These parents seem to have lost control of their children and are extremely frustrated. The parents are generally at their wit’s end. The main problem is conventional methods of raising children don’t work with these special children. You have to get creative and think outside the box, and throw away what has previously worked in the past because that approach just doesn’t apply to Indigo Children.

Raising these gifted children can be rough on a parent or caregiver, and I know because I have two! The first thing you need to know is that you cannot have too many rules. Keep it simple and practice common sense. Have faith and trust in yourself that it will be okay. Just come from a position of love, understanding, patience, tolerance, and equanimity and it will be fine.

These children are generally thought to be out of control, rude, selfish, lazy, defiant, rebellious, and head strong and I am sure they view their parents as stupid, cruel, out of touch, and tyrants. So, what else is new with children, especially teenagers?

Indigo Children are here to help usher in a new era. They’re here to break down the old paradigms of society. They’re to show us the way to a higher state of Consciousness and Awareness. They will be the guides for Humanity in the transition into the next level of Spiritual Evolution. Indigo Children have no patience for systems that don’t work; they’re here to bring change. It’s either get with the program or get out of the way! It’s this Warrior mentality of Indigo Children that we as adults are having issues with. This defiance against systems lacking in Integrity is prevalent among all Indigo Children. It is this inability to conform to broken systems that we don’t understand. We don’t recognize these issues and this is a root to our problems.

When an Indigo Child acts out in a negative manner, they are rarely consciously aware of their behavior. These acts are more of an outward expression of the internal anguish and confusion within them. For the most part they do nothing of malice. Their behavior is only trying to convey their fear of being inadequacy and insecurity. They sense unfair treatment and their self- protection mechanisms kicks in creating a disconnection and indifference toward adults of all kinds. Remember, their aim is to irritate you but to inform you in a complex way of their internal conflicts and turmoil. So, listen and digest the event before responding and look for the hidden messages. It is imperative to act in an intelligent and constructive way rather than dishing out standard punishment.

One of the biggest issues with Indigo Children has to do with school. I see where a lot of Indigo Children are labeled as being ADD or ADHD. In most cases this is brought on due to the Child suffering from BOREDOM and not because of ADD or ADHD. In dealing with this issue it is important not to try to solve the problem by medicating an Indigo diagnose with ADD or ADHD, this isn’t a question of a chemical imbalance, it is a merely a misunderstanding that can be resolved by taking the time to investigate the core issues at hand and addressing them. The bigger issue here with the diagnosis of ADD and ADHD isn’t with the child as much as it is with Society trying to take these children and molds them into the image that Society deems that is expected of them.

The issue with Indigo Children is that Society is trying to force a Dodecahedron into a square hole, it doesn’t work, therefore the problems associated with these children and ADD and ADHD. Find a way to challenge them and to find their interest. Once an Indigo Child has found their calling, they are off and running. It is like watching a Stallion run with the wind on the plains after being set free from the confines of an unyielding structured environment.

How do you know if your child is an Indigo? Here are a few of the common traits and characteristics found in Indigo Children.

1- They interact with unseen people, spirits, angels or animals. Display psychic abilities.
2-They often speak at a very early age or not at all because they could communicate telepathically.
3-They seem at times to talk in a way that is years ahead of where they are. Have at times a wisdom that is beyond their years.
4-They are very drawn to natural objects, like crystals and plants.
5-Seem to get along with animals very well. Seem to be their happiest when connected to nature. At times, seem to have a connection to animals and nature that is stronger than the connection to people.
6-They have paranormal abilities, a sixth sense, a knowing of events that cannot be explained like a change in the weather or the coming on an unexpected guest. Photographs showing them surrounded by unusual lights, mist or orbs.
7-When playing, they tend to sit in geometric shapes, like in a triangle when there are three or in a pentagram when there are five of them playing. They have a fascination with Sacred Geometry and numbers.
8-Having mistrust or dislike for structured organizations such as religion and school. Have a strong sense of detecting dishonestly. Have a loathing for systems lacking in integrity. Unable to deal with dysfunctional systems.
9-Symptoms of past lives bleeding through into their daily activities such as seeing a photo of a street scene of Paris and having a knowledge of it or seeing an item in a museum and telling you about it with such details as to defy logic. These symptoms of past lives usually start to disappear after their sixth birthday.
10-Labeled as being overly sensitive, signs of being Empathic. Appear to be emotional drained by being in crowds. Seem to require a lot of alone time. Diet and environment are issues.

If some of these traits describe your child, then she or he might be an Indigo. In dealing with these children keep in mind what it is like for them. These children are at times scared to death. They don’t know what to believe or how to interpret the world around them. They are trying very hard to make sense out of it all and at times feel lost and alone. They are having a difficult time in coming to terms with their gifts. Remember they are Old Souls trapped in the body of a child and they don’t really quite understand the why or how.

It is not only your responsibility to be their parents but also be their guide in their transformation into adults and coming to terms with being an Indigo. This comes down to a mutual respect. In order to create an environment of respect parents will need to offer guidance, tolerance, patience, and love. Become more of a guide and consular over being a traditional parent. These children are here for a reason and a mission, help them achieve their goals.

One of the hardest issues parents have with Indigo Children is to allow them to make their own mistakes. Let them do what they can for themselves. Resist taking over their every move. They need to learn from their mistakes and the consequences of their actions, good or bad. Give them the freedom to figure it out problems on their own. Instead of giving an order, give them an option. For instance, instead of telling Matt that he is going to wear a certain outfit for school, let him pick out a couple of different outfits and work with him to select the best for both of you. Choices over Absolutes, Negotiation over Oppression, an open forum for discussion works best for Indigo Children.

Remember Parents your children chose you for a reason. They are here to help you as much as you are to help them. You have as much to teach them as they will teach you. You are their guides in this world. Treat this has a gift and a blessing. Show them how to look at the world with wonderment and grace. Show them to respect all living creatures and beings. Teach them to be nonjudgmental. Practice with them the value of tolerance, patience, and acceptance. Teach them and practice the meaning of responsibility and accountability. Don’t shield them from the truth. Honestly is the rule, trust in them, they will be able to handle the truth. If they ask a question, give them the answer. Embrace their talents and encourage their interest in whatever subjects that excites them.

Together you are on a spiritual journey. Practice harmony and tranquility, remember they are divine souls. Become a safe harbor for them in this chaotic world. Let them know that no matter what the world may bring, there will always be a safe place for them with someone there that loves and understand them. Teach them how to attain serenity. Give them the tools to discover being spiritual and let them find their way.

Indigo Wisdom of a Child

Sometimes the wisdom of an Indigo Child can take your breath away with a wonderment of where it came from and how. This story is about the wisdom of Victor a boy who has an understanding way beyond his six years

I was brought into this form in a small suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota called New Hope. From a very young age my mother knew that there was something different about me. This never changed. By the age of three, I was picking out my own clothes and showing a creative artistic side of myself that would stay with me even until the present day. By the time I started kindergarten I had already learned to read and write. It seemed that symbols and patterns came very easily to me.

Oddly enough, in sight of this, I didn’t find school engaging at all. I found very little interest in what the classroom environment had to offer. Needless to say I didn’t do too well in school due mostly to my lack of conformity. I found little interest in most of the toys that were popular in that day, and in fact preferred to sit for hours in my sandbox in the back yard and carry on lengthy conversations with what appeared to be no one there.

It was around the age of six that I had my first confrontational run-in with organized religion. My brother, whom was two years older than me, had started catechism classes to prepare for his first communion, and the church my family attended hosted Sunday school classes at the same time as the catechism classes were in session, so my mother insisted I attend. After a few weeks of child Bible study we were given a simple quiz to see if we were absorbing any of the materials offered. On this particular quiz there was a question that asked: Jesus Christ was: A.) Man B.) God C.) Spirit, to which I circled all three. While one of the Nuns was retrieving the quizzes from us she noticed my answer to that particular question, and brought it to the attention of the Priest leading the class. The Priest walked over to my seat and proudly stated something to the effect of, ‘Young man, you have answered this question incorrectly, you must circle only one answer, you have circled all three.’ I replied, ‘But you taught us that he was all three.’

I think that must have embarrassed him, because he then looked around the room at all of the giggling children, and then looked down at me and asked, ‘If you are so smart then can you solve this riddle, If God is all powerful, can he create a rock that he himself cannot lift?’ Without any hesitation, I replied, ‘Yes, He created your heart, which is so heavy with sin that He cannot lift it to Heaven.’ There was far too much silence after this, and then he asked me to leave the classroom, that I was a disruptive influence, and that my sassy mouth would not be tolerated. It was at this time that my mother intervened and took me by the arm and marched me out of the room and to the car where I sat waiting for my brother’s catechism class to be released. After that incident I simply refused to have anything to do with organized religion.

My relationship with public schools and most formal regimented left-brained learning institutions didn’t change very much over the years, and this put me in a somewhat awkward position with regard to society. Although I was certainly smart enough to earn straight A’s, I found no interest in rote memory and reciting back what passed for facts or useful information, but behind which was little or no expressed meaning. I loved to watch the grasses and trees swaying in the breeze. I loved to watch the flowers and the birds, oh, how I loved to watch the birds. Everything you need to know about this universe, you can learn from a flower or a bird. Nothing is hidden from us except for that which we choose not to see.

I must admit, this is a profound example of the depth of wisdom of an Indigo Child. Listen and ask questions to discover these insights and gifts from these Angels. Be their guides on their journey; keep an open mind and heart. The rewards are beyond description. Remember this above all else in your trying journey, they chose You to guide them on their journey, so treat it as an honor and embrace the perfection of the Divine. You have been blessed.

In part two of this series, we will discuss the importance of diet and environment for Indigo Children who display strong Empathic abilities. What you need to know to protect your child from emotional vampires and what foods to avoid. We will also cover the difference of Indigo and Crystal Children. Is your child here to tear down the existing broken systems or to rebuild new ones? Warrior or Teacher? These questions will be answered in next month’s addition of Indigo Children.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Man takes on Bank and Wins!

Oldest Family Tree

Two Germans Share World's Longest Family Tree
The Two Men Recently Discovered They Were Related Through a 3,000-Year-Old Ancestor
By CHRISTEL KUCHARZ, PASSAU, ABC News, Germany, July 16, 2008

Two Germans share the longest proven family tree in the world.

The men, Manfred Huchthausen, a 58-year-old teacher, and Uwe Lange, a 48-year-old surveyor, had known each other from living in the same village, about half a mile apart from each other.

But they never knew they were related through a 3,000-year-old shared ancestor.

They only recently found out they are both true descendants of Bronze Age cave-dwellers who lived in the area three millenniums ago.

Thanks to a DNA test on well-preserved Bronze Age bones found in the Lichtenstein cave in the foothills of the Harz Mountains in Germany's Lower Saxony, the men can now claim to have the longest family tree in the world.

"Before the discovery, I could trace my family back by name to 1550," Lange said. "Now, I can go back 120 generations."

Lange comes from the small village of Nienstedt, which is near the excavation site.

"We used to play there as kids," he told ABC News. "If I'd known that there were 3,000-year-old relatives buried there, I would not have set a foot in that cave."

A local team of archaeologists discovered the L. cave, which had been hidden from view, in 1980. But it wasn't until 1993 that they found the Bronze Age remains.

The cave was used between 1,000 and 700 B.C., according to archaeological investigations conducted by scientists at the nearby University of Goettingen. One of them, anthropologist Susanne Hummel, confirmed that Huchthausen and Lange share the longest proven family tree.

They found the bones of 23 people -- nine females and 14 males -- along with what appeared to be cult objects, prompting speculation among scientists that the cave was a living area and a sacrificial burial place.

Scientists found that the bones had been protected from the elements by calcium deposits that formed a protective skin around the skeletons.

The remains turned out to be from the same family group that had a distinctive and rare DNA pattern.

When 300 locals were tested with saliva swabs as part of the archaeological research, two local residents turned out to have the exact same genetic characteristics: Manfred Huchthausen and Uwe Lange.

"I could not believe this at first, but I think it's truly fascinating," Huchthausen, whose family has lived in the area since the 18th century, told ABC News.

The skulls have been reconstructed using 3-D computer techniques and are now placed at a museum in nearby Bad Grund.

Huchthausen has been to the museum, saying he found it "awesome" to see his ancestors.

He said he has received many calls from across Germany since the archaeologists published their findings.

"People are interested to find out what it is like to be able to trace back the family roots for 3,000 years, and I can tell them, it's awesome, it's sensational, it's fascinating."

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Coming Soon to a Street near You- Caution!

Bahrain's Army Deliberately Kills Peaceful Protesters with Live Rounds ( Automatic Weapons )

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Alan Watts- The Real You

You're breathing
The wind is blowing
The trees are waving
Your nerves are tingling

The individual and the universe
Are inseparable
But the curious thing is
Very few people are aware of it

Everything in nature
Depends on everything else
So it's interconnected

We confuse ourselves as living organisms which are one with this whole universe
With something we call our personality
And what is our personality?

And our fundamental self is not something just inside the skin
It's everything around us with which we connect

When you look out of your eyes
At nature happening out there
You're looking at you
That's the real you-
The you that goes on of itself

Now listen

It's absolutely necessary
That we let go of ourselves- and it can't be done,
Not by anything that we call doing it, acting, willing,
Or even just accepting things

It seems that the human being
Really has a very simple kind of mind
Nature is wiggly
Everything wiggles
And all this wiggliness is too complicated

What did you do Yesterday?

This is an interesting question that is deeper than it seems. The answer one gives is a clear insight to whether they are on the path to enlightenment or blinded by the materialistic world. Most people will answer with a brief description of the previous day's events, a list of this and that's. A list of description void of any real meaning. These type of replies are from superficial minds, an afterthought of an answer.

So many people are trying to live life that they forget to actually live life. They're always thinking about what needs to be done and what has been done, they fail to see the world in the present moment. So busy with life, they forget life. They are living a mechanical life because they have become mechanical people. Void of any true feeling or emotion. Completely detached and separated from the world.

For those who are aware and awake, the world appears vastly different to them. Instead of a list of things done, they have a meaningful basket of soulful experiences. For instance, an enlightened woman standing on a corner waiting for the light to change will close her eyes to feel the breeze dance and caress her hair while listening to the music of a bird nearby. Or marvel at the beginnings of a glorious sunset instead of worrying about the traffic.

Trying to explain enlightenment would be like me telling you to go out and catch a cloud, it cannot be done. This is the same problem with describing enlightenment. It cannot be grasp by the thinking mind, only by the feeling heart. This is the key to knowing how to live life. Learn to go through your day with your heart instead of your mind. Take your mind off the senseless nonsensical nonsense of what you think is important and get re-connected to the world that you are apart of.

Within enlightenment is the joy of knowing the interconnectedness of all things and the awareness of the collective conscious of divine intelligence. Learn to look at life with eyes of appreciation for the creative nature of our world. Stop being mechanical and start being human. For what you will see will be yourself, open your eyes and recognize this aspect of your life.

So when someone ask you what you did yesterday, you'll have the answer, the one from your heart. Live life!

Monday, January 3, 2011

Meditations on Death

There is a sorrowful, introspective melancholy in feeling the decline of one's self in the physical sense. As the realization of Time taking from us our very essence of being in bits and pieces while taking us closer to our date with death. There is a bitterness more painful than death in the last rays of daylight, in the knowing that night is fast approaching to take its claim.

Time who started out as our friend, our welcomed companion has become an insidious foe and being so ever playful in his torment upon us as he rushes us to that date. Time, so cruel, has robbed us of our youth while leaving us with nothing but memories and even that, he has decided to take from us as well.

Compounding the pain is the feeling of being cheated at every turn, at being cheated at every level of your being and your soul. The thought of being diminished in your humanity, knowing the promise of dust to dust isn't just a myth but your fate. Is this not a most sobering frighting reality to face?

Maybe, maybe not, it depends on where you are in relation to knowing your authentic self. Within your authentic self is the knowing that this is all an illusion, a temporary state of dreaming that you will awake from. It is all impermanent. By placing your trust, faith, dignity and happiness in the knowledge that you are an eternal being simply having a dream, there is no pain or sorrow. To be able to detach yourself from the illusion with the awakening to the divine love is the path to peace in troubled times. You can never perish, you can never be apart from the divine source, you can never be separated from the universal consciousness. All you can do is awake from this dream. Death is only an awakening.

So live life to the fullest! Be delighted in the magnificence of being alive! Cherish every moment as it may be your last. Stay in peace. Leave no moment wasted. Celebrate life! Live without regret. Only in living a fulfilled life can one embrace death with a smile. You will not be able to embrace your date with Death that time will bring until you have learn to live life to the fullest. So live life!