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Identifiers – Blog No. 10

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The way you go about your daily business identifies for you who you are.  The nuances in your behaviour are clear indicators of how it is to be you, and why it is that you bother.  There is always a reason to bother being yourself.  As we have heard countless times before, there is no one that can do that better than you can.  It can be interesting at times to watch other people try.  It can be extremely irritating, too, especially when they will perpetually fuck it up.  Once you have identified your true self you will not need to put up with pretence.  Not from yourself, and not from others.

There are those in our midst that are trained identifiers.  That means they have learned how to see what is in front of their eyes.  It would make sense as an identifier to trust your first instincts.  They are usually the right ones.  It also makes sense to identify a positive rather than a negative.  Like it is preferable to meet the truth in a person than it is to make excuses about the lies they use to conceal their real.  What on earth is the point of dealing with what is unreal?

When you find that you can accurately identify your every aspect – and for some people that takes a very long time – you will find the ‘inner peace’ that you seek.  Until you have identified and accepted your entire being, your past misdeeds and concealments, your basic building blocks – that ‘peace’ will seem to elude you.  You can chase peace around in circles for eternity – it is notoriously skittish.  If you cannot take on board everything that you are, we are, then there can be no real peace on this planet.  If peace is contrived, it is not authentic – and then calling it ‘peace’ is pointless.  What does a word mean if it has no substance?  Until you show unconditional love for yourself, your fellow earthlings and the vast expanse that is our collective unconscious, peace will forever be one step ahead of our efforts.

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Revolution – Blog No. 32

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Revolutions are occasionally necessary, despite their untimely arrival.  The hows and whys of their happening are perhaps obvious to some, to others their actuality is a surprise.  A revolution can be a pleasant surprise.  It can also cause a nightmare for those who will circumvent change.  Change comes when it is ready.  It cannot be subverted.  It can be delayed, naturally, but it cannot be prevented.  Change inspires fear in the hearts of those who need the order of the old establishment to conceal their misdeeds.  Misdeeds are misdeeds – they stand out in the barren landscape of inescapable lies.  Lies are lies – nothing can hide their devastation from the truth.

Some people would prefer not to have to revolve.  Or evolve, it would seem.  That is unfortunate when those people have no choice.  Some will go around and around and around, for eternity.  Others will pull their particular revolution straight and leave themselves an open passage to the future.  There will always be a future if you choose to believe that it exists.  Knowing it exists is one thing, the other is finding it.  If you do not know at this point where you are in your own future then it would be safe to say that you probably won’t have one to speak of.  If you were alive inside your future you would not have to find it – and nor would you still be searching.  You would instead be sitting – and waiting.

The purpose of any revolution is to show you something new.  New is interesting, no matter how you may feel about it personally.  You can be part of a revolution or you can stand on the sidelines and watch it roll by.  Either way it will happen.  Revolutions don’t tend to ask for permission.  They always come at exactly the right time.  They know what their work is and they know why it needs doing.  Revolutions are worth the effort needed to set them in motion.  When they are successful, they take ideas and their people to new places.

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The rumour years ago that I was not anybody’s wife was not a rumour. It was true. As was the rest of what I said.

Rumours – Blog No. 26

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In my time, I have seen a few. Heard a few, too. A rumour is an interesting thing. Like an urban myth. There are some outrageous ones. Like the one about the big foot – the yeti – last seen fixed firmly in the clown’s mouth. That was a particularly good one. The other one that took off was the one about a cereal bigamist. He liked Oaties and Pronutro.

Rumours– Blog No. 26

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Birthright – Blog No. 59

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As a citizen of planet Earth you have a birthright. Human rights, too. You should value both. They afford you a status loftier than a rock, for example. Your birthright is involved with your karma. If you do not believe in karma, that is perhaps foolish. Karma is an energy. A living force. It resonates at the same frequency that you do, hence your karma is always able to locate you.

Birthright – as a title – should include the following words in its explanation: safety, love, truth, understanding, choice. These are needs. I am not sure enough people on this planet have access to all of the above when they are born. Today’s birthright seems confused between wants and needs. A birthright is about needs. Only.

A person’s birthright makes itself manifest in a fairly forthright manner. It is the measure of your life thus far. What you have been doing since the day you were born is what determines your reward in the form of your birthright. If you are familiar with yourself, you will know who you are the minute you open your eyes. If you aren’t, you won’t.

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Roots – Blog No. 50

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Roots are the beginnings from seed, like chickens are the beginnings from eggs. We all begin somewhere. Roots are probably what to ask if you will know the state of the world in which we find ourselves. They know it all. They carry through them the news of what is happening in – and to – our environment. Roots can lead to all sorts of things. Even trees. That is their strength.

When you are rooted, you have central balance. Core stability. There are a number of different ways to root yourself. Like there are a number of ways to earth a charge. When there are droughts, roots dig themselves deeper into the ground. They surge, and at times, they reach the water table. That is to their advantage.

When you consider that rotting bodies gone to ground feed the soil with their truths, you will understand that in actual fact many a person’s essence has at some stage travelled through a plant. Perhaps that is why flowers bloom so beautiful.

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Lies – Blog No. 44

 

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We have all used them. We have all needed them, it would seem, to survive. This world is made that way. People have been lying to save their skins since time immemorial. I suppose if you lie to save your life you can always hope that it was worth it. Your life, that is.

 

It is said that people lie out loud, on average, four times every twenty-four hours. I doubt whether that includes the myriad lies people tell themselves all day long – those need counting as well. It would appear that a lot of people feel far safer behind a wall of lies than they do out in the wide open, where reality is happening. That is a pity. A wall of lies is hardly a stronghold. It can be knocked down with one – or two – simple truths. The truth, as simple as it is, is where the ultimate power lies. Everybody knows that.

 

Lies destroy. They build, yes – bullshit castles in the sky – but their real purpose is to destroy. That is unfortunate when you consider what lies are actually destroying. It is no good thing when the voice of reason we have been conditioned to hear does not speak to us honestly. Reason in itself has always been problem enough, but at least when it was decided that reason was going to ‘lead’ the way, the age-old deciders should have ensured that reason was truth. Unfortunately, lying for a living bent reason sideways and it has never straightened itself out.

 

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Moons – Blog No. 42

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Waxing and waning.  Ebbing and flowing.  These are the tunes of a moon.  Part of a moon’s mystery.  If moons could speak can you imagine what they would say?  They would have a lot to say, that is for certain.  I believe that translating the moon’s illumination would yield a truth rich in emphasis and understatement.  Moons are humble with their majesty.

Is a moon male, or female?  There is the man on the moon, his testimony.  Testimony from a man is very different to testimony from a woman.  This is something that should always be remembered.  Perhaps the energy field that suspends a moon in orbit is female.  Perhaps the essence of a moon is female.  It does matter.

A new moon.  A full moon.  Howling wolves silhouetted on hilltops.  Feeding vampires caught neckside by moonbeams.  Angels riding the high tide.  Demons sleeping, deep.  Our moon has many friends in this world.  Many admirers.  It has always been this way.  A moon inspires awe in the right people.  The right people know who they are; and they are lucky.

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Stereotyping – Blog No. 37

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It is important not to stereotype people, a people.  Stereotyping and assumption are not that far removed from one another.  For instance, you cannot assume that because a man comes from a line of ancestors that believed in the practice of eating humans, he is a ‘savage’ at heart.  You cannot assume any of his ancestors were savages at heart, either.  It is the same to me as calling these communities ‘primitive’ simply because they choose – or chose – to live at one with Nature, pitted against her elements – rather than adapting to the alternative, Christianity, and drowning in the shame that colonisers brought to their shores.  For cannibals, the practice of eating another human being was a very serious business, it was not a wild urge that needed ‘taming’ by the whites.

Stereotyping tends to result in the objectifying of people, a people.  It gives them a label before they have had a chance to show who they are.  If labelled wrongly, a person may become disinclined to show anybody anything.  It does not take long to realise that it is a serious waste of energy trying to convince a prejudiced mind that it is mistaken.  When that prejudiced mindset is eventually exposed – because it will be – there will be no one around who will be bothered to tell that mind the real truth.

Stereotyping is a cop out.  Rather take the time to find out who a person is, and what has shaped them the way they have become.  Judgements are split-second, that is true for most people and it is not easy to refrain from deciding at a glance what a person is about.  You cannot know what a person is about unless you understand what made them the way they are.  The only way to know that, is to ask.  If you do not get an answer, it is likely that you will not understand.

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Youth – Blog No. 36

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It is not easy being young.  Ever.  It is harder today, however, than ever before.  The primary reason for this is an innate awareness that the planet we are on is in a critical state.  There is a pervading sense of doom hovering over the long-term future of the humans on Earth, i.e. the youth understand that because of the way this world currently chooses to work, there won’t be any humans in the future.  It is challenging finding the motivation to repair a damaged world when you have the knowledge that you are speeding towards your own extinction, because people prioritise living their lives – having their ‘moment’ – and that takes time and focus away from fixing the problems they can fix.  It is important to live life and fix it as you go.

Perhaps the biggest challenge facing today’s youth is the choice of what to do with their lives.  There is the ever-pressing concern about earning enough to be able to live the life you are promised in every advert, every magazine.  Without money, we are taught, what are we?  This fact of reality discourages people from daring to follow their hearts and occupy their lives with what they love to do.  Because a person in this society needs to earn to live a reasonable life, a ‘safe’ life, people are choosing careers that will make them rich and safe, rather than fulfilled and pushing at their highest potential.  One is fulfilled when one does work with its own intrinsic value and gets paid to do so.  One pushes at one’s highest potential when one is challenged in one’s field of expertise.  I am sure more of the youth need to be shown that the careers that currently exist are not the only careers there can ever be.  The youth must create their own career options.  They can do that by each developing their unique strengths and dreaming of a healed world.

I would hazard a guess that the youth of 2014 are not impressed with the state of the planet.  Whatever they are not told by the media, whatever propaganda is shoved in their faces, whichever lies they grow up with, they know the truth of the matter.  They feel the planet’s plight.  Their childhoods are short and from day one, they are generally bent to conforming to a deformed social ideal.  Therein lies the problem that if resolved effectively, will change the entire outlook for this planet’s future.

 

 

 

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