17 Aug 2015 · 13:25
It is necessary to get things in their correct order. That is not hierarchy, it is a process through which we reach the right outcome. You cannot know what is next if you do not know what came before. If you do not bother to find out what came before you can rest assured that your outcome will not be what you think it is. It is not wise to decide that 1969 comes after 1972, for instance, because in this world, it doesn’t. 1972 would not have been what it is if 1969 had not come first.
Priorities are best in chronological order. That way, you can see where you are versus where you were and you can then plan where you want to be. In retrospect – using hindsight – chronology also gives you an accurate breakdown of your progress along your journey. You can see where you made mistakes and how you overcame them, and you can work out why doing certain things at certain times is pointless. Chronology is like A, B, C, D, E. Or 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. It is knowing that if you will fly, you must first grow wings. Growing wings in 2015 is advisable if you will fly in 2017, for example. Wings do not grow overnight.
A timeline is another kind of chronology, and it is somewhat like a map. If you can read numbers, orders, you can read your future past and thereby arrive at your present destination with all your ducks in a row. I have heard it said that ducks in a row are too easy to shoot, but that is perhaps a pessimist’s view. Ducks in a row can slipstream. That means unless you are using a bazooka you are unlikely to hit all the ducks with one shot. Work out your timeline and trust its message. We all have our own times and places to be – your timeline is not mine, mine is mine. Yours is yours. Timelines are exciting when you establish – and follow – their lead. In essence they know more about you than you do.
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15 Jul 2015 · 09:59
Hallucinations are not apparitions. Neither are spectres. And a hologram is exactly that. Like a Cheshire Cat can come and go as it pleases. So can the Caterpillar, mind you. Wonderland – for those kinds of things – is a wonderful place. Naturally. It is usually suggested that apparitions are scary. Frightening. I would say that would depend on the nature of the apparition. It would depend, also, on the eye of the beholder. Beauty is in there, they say.
I never yet met an apparition that I was not expecting, nor did I meet one that had me feeling threatened. Apparitions that appear do so because there is something that it is necessary to know. When time is of the essence then the most effective method of sending a message is to turn up and deliver it. If that needs to be in person in this ‘seeing-is-believing’ world then that is how it needs to be. You cannot feel alarmed when messengers are sent to deploy an ancient wisdom in a contemporary manner. If you tend not to read your messages then it is not likely that you will know what you are seeing when it passes you by in the street.
Poltergeists are not apparitions. Neither are the evident changes taking place on this planet. Inherently, that is a good thing.
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03 Dec 2013 · 09:35
Solitude is essential. If you cannot be on your own with yourself for more than a few minutes at a time, you have to address what it is in you that keeps you from peace. To be at one with yourself, is peace. If your head is non-compliant when it comes to solitude, i.e. negative thoughts penetrate the space that you create by being alone, you need to ask the bully in you why it waits until no one else is around before it starts its assault. The wise thing to do when you find yourself trashing your own solitude is to ask yourself what you are doing. You will be interested to hear the answer. If you ask the question and there is no answer, then perhaps you need to spend more time listening to your motivations in life.
Solitude should be an aspiration for every single day. You really should find a place to be by yourself for half an hour, at the very least. That means nothing talking to you, demanding of you, distracting you. If you cannot stand being alone – and there are a great many people like that – then you have to train yourself. Little by little. Let the time you spend by yourself climb in increments. You cannot escape the fact that when you die you will be alone in your mind. Completely and totally alone. Who and what you have chosen to furnish your head with will determine how pleasant your afterlife experience is. Please remember that your ‘afterlife’ is not what happens to you immediately after your death experience, it is the rebirth that comes after the mandatory period of solitude during which you will have space to assess your past life and plan your next.
That solitude should scare so many people is a strange phenomenon. What can you possibly do to yourself, with your thoughts, even when you are on your own? I mean they are thoughts – under your control. That they should get louder the quieter you become should not be something that frightens you. That is so you can assess their message, their frequency. If there is an urgency in your thinking your thoughts will be loud. That does not mean that you increase your white noise to drown out their sound. You listen, you hear. It is time. The fact that leaders are so adept at ignoring the planet’s problems is now everyone’s problem. We are each a reflection of our environment. The larger, global environment. It’s demise, is ours. One, by one, by one.
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18 Oct 2013 · 13:00
What is this business with humans needing to enslave themselves and other creatures? 30 million people on this planet are currently living as slaves. Nearly half of those are Indians. I am not sure if this statistic includes those people trapped in the trafficking ring, but it should. They are slaves. Slaves are money, in hand. The trade in people is worth many billions of dollars annually. It is wrong to sell people. How do you put a value on a head? I suppose it depends what that head does for its keep. My concern is for those who buy empty promises from conscienceless bastards and then find themselves drowning in dire consequence. Shouldn’t someone be educating the desperate people who are still trying to buy freedom? Freedom is not for sale.
Who decided it was a good idea to sell blacks from Africa, way back in the beginning? Which kind of people thought it acceptable to steal black men and put a price on their heads? The same kind of people that bought the kidnapped Africans. There was a large market for their heartlessness. There still is. It should be said that people are not meant to be commodities. It is not productive that humans are skulking around selling each other to the shadows. It is not productive that humans are enslaved by money. If you bother to watch money for what it is you will see that it is a facilitator in life. If you have it, use it. It is an excellent lubricant: a life-saver.
Should you be a slave-driver – and you will know if you are that – you need to understand that the slaves in all the good stories earn their freedom. Remember this: ownership has a life-span. Accept this gracefully. It is better for you at the end if your ex-slaves are standing by your side, as equals. That can be considered a good outcome in a bad situation. It is in the handling of a slave that the message gets sent and the learning returned. If you are a slave, then learn. If you are slave-driving, be sure that you are getting the message.
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