Written by Elizabeth Ayres, Escher, Blue Dragon Journal, September 1, 2014
Lord, I almost dread asking whether or not I should share another past life… but my Family are anything but subtle these days. Loving, but not subtle.
Another one… Marquis de La Fayette… yes, the young French cavalier who assisted the American forces, despite being forbidden to do so by his king, Louis XVI. I will spare you the details as his life is well documented.
Freedom as I said in a prior message runs in the blood. Continue reading
Written by Gloria Wendroff. Posted to The Golden Age of Gaia, September 1, 2014
This article contains some of my experience and delight in Godwriting™. Godwriting is like Narnia. There isn’t a map to Godwriting. You can only go there!
Books were my parents. Books fed me, raised me, taught me ideals and gave me hidden clues as to Who I might be.
And then, so many years later, it was like the Greatest Storyteller of All came into my heart and whispered to me word for word. My life then began to unfold the twists and turns that fiction writers dream of. Continue reading
Written by Christina Sarich, Natural Society, August 31, 2014
Just recently, farmers in the city of Tamura, Fukushima Prefecture, have begun planting rice in a district previously designated as a ‘no-plant zone’ due to of radioactive fallout. This will be the first time since March, 2011’s core meltdowns that rice intended for public sale will be planted in fields that are possibly still contaminated with radioactive cesium and other toxic materials.
While the Japanese public is vehemently opposed to GMO, do they really want to eat radioactive rice? The government of Japan seems not to care.
Despite the urging of the people of Japan, the government continues to allow farming in radioactive areas while also permitting large quantities of imported GM canola from Canada. There is also now GM canola growing wild around Japanese ports and roads to major food oil companies. Continue reading
Written by Zen Gardner, Guest for Waking Times, August 30, 2014
What we participate in is pretty much the name of the game. What do we spend our time, energy and intention on? What are we consciously and/or subconsciously empowering that’s leading to our own dis-empowerment? Where attention and thus intention goes, energy flows. Where is ours going, collectively and individually? Something to seriously consider on a continual basis in this massively manipulated energetic world.
I’ve been blown away recently by the rapid rise in consciousness we’re witnessing and it’s hitting me between the eyes. The awakening is clearly on and reverberating as new waves of energetic truth continue to pervade every area of society. I’m receiving so many amazing articles, interviews, emails and contributions from deeply inspired people to the extent that I’m almost bewildered. It’s just so wonderful! I love getting launched into new realms of discovery, freedom and empowerment – not just for me, but for our collective consciousness. Continue reading
J. Krishnamurti Online, September 1, 2014 | Thanks to Awakening Daily.
A passionate mind is groping, seeking, breaking through, not accepting any tradition; it is not a decided mind, not a mind that has arrived, but it is a young mind that is ever arriving.
Now, how is such a mind to come into being? It must happen. Obviously, a petty mind cannot work at it. A petty mind trying to become passionate will merely reduce everything to its own pettiness. It must happen, and it can only happen when the mind sees its own pettiness and yet does not try to do anything about it. Am I making myself clear? Probably not.
But as I said earlier, any restricted mind, however eager it is, will still be petty, and surely that is obvious. A small mind, though it can go to the moon, though it can acquire a technique, though it can cleverly argue and defend, is still a small mind.
So when the small mind says, “I must be passionate in order to do something worthwhile,” obviously its passion will be very petty, will it not?-like getting angry about some petty injustice or thinking that the whole world is changing because of some petty, little reform done in a potty, little village by a potty, little mind. If the little mind sees all that, then the very perception that it is small is enough, then its whole activity undergoes a change.
Written by Gary Z Mcgee, Fractal Enlightenment, September 1, 2014
“We have not even to risk the adventure alone; for the heroes of all time have gone before us; the labyrinth is fully known; we have only to follow the thread of the hero-path. And where we had thought to find an abomination, we shall find a god; where we had thought to slay another, we shall slay ourselves; where we had thought to travel outward, we shall come to the center of our own existence; where we had thought to be alone, we shall be with all the world.” –Joseph Campbell
The Prince was written by Machiavelli to show those in power how to hold onto their power. Self-inflicted Philosophy is being written to show those who are not in power how to empower themselves and then how to expiate that power. It is a guide toward self-actualization and immanence using eco-centric strategies in an ego-centric world. It aids individuals in becoming individuated and reconditioning the precondition of culture in order to discover their own personal philosophy. Here are the seven arts of Self-inflicted Philosophy. Continue reading