Posts Tagged ‘mankind’
The first year anniversary of 9/11 I will never forget. I was taking my evening walk, and all of a sudden I heard like a rumbling like thunder. I said, “Gee, it doesn’t really look like rain coming,” but the rumbling grew louder, and louder. And then I saw the V-formation of the US Air Force fighter jets. They were low in the sky, they passed over me. I became pretty emotional and started to cry. It was not a sad cry, I was just so taken by it all. It may sound corny, but at that moment I felt so proud to be an American, and to be living in the USA. Read the rest of this entry »
To become more, to expand, and to seek more complete expression is inherent in our human condition, because it is an innate quality we possess due to our original spiritual nature. ‘Increasing’ or ‘becoming’ is what drives the expansion of the entire Conscious Universe.
We are each of us a mirror reflection of the Universal Source; we are created in the image of the Divine. We are a perfect imprint of the magnificent Holographic Web of Consciousness. And because we are spiritual beings who reflect the Divine in physical form, we also possess the innate qualities of Divinity. We are self-aware and conscious; we have the capacity for reason, sentience, imagination and creative thought; we command creative freedom and the metaphysical power to manifest; and we have the capacity for complete self-actualization, individuation and transcendence. All these qualities are the expression of our inner Divinity, a direct reflection and extension of the Higher Self. Read the rest of this entry »
I am very excited about this because for me it is a sign that we are all opening up our hearts, minds, and souls to the unseen. More and more people appear to be interested in paranormal phenomena, and more open to exploring mysticism and the spiritual realm.
A few years ago I received a message regarding the world becoming more spiritual and more connected to source. I was shown that this shift will bring a new awakening and positive change and peace to the human race. Read the rest of this entry »
I have learned from fellow humans that it doesn’t always matter what someone thinks of you. I have learned in the perspective of challenges we have always faced in our evolution as a species that despite gender, cultural, society, or moral differences that in fact perhaps we do not always need to worry too much about what some people think. Perhaps some of it is just chatter. We must learn to listen intelligently in order to survive, but I understand that we are entitled to our own reactions.
Whilst researching a neuroscience journal this week I was able to glean from the research that some creatures may not all have it in them to be perceptive, gentle and empathetic. Read the rest of this entry »
I can see the headline in a few hundred years, when they have proven telepathy and the reasons behind it: ‘Man divorces wife for thinking about leaving him’. Or ‘Government jails citizen for thinking about committing a crime’. This could end up with a type of preventative profiling. In fact they are already mapping the human brain exactly for these purposes – for investigatory and legal purposes with MRI technology and with new future military applications. Already in its inception design phase, the soldier of the future might wear a helmet that receives commands directly in his brain from a computer remotely. Another idea I saw was a toy helicopter design that could be flown via brain impulses. With all this ‘What will they think of next?’ (and they will) and all these ideas being developed without forethought - the right to think and respond naturally to these technologies and methods could pose a serious issue for human rights. Read the rest of this entry »
A great portion of my work crosses over into ethics. I have spent the last two years studying business, law and relationship ethics. Through the Internet I became aware of global patterns and became fascinated in the migration of emotions, the origin of the global psyche, and the way people like bees work together en masse.
It has been essentially an interesting informal foray into organizational behavior versus conscious thinking. I still am working on trying to understand if patterns originate from one point – like one idea or one feeling – the Big Bang of the zeitgeist or zero-point of the global consciousness. My other idea or interest relates to the notion of whether this zero-point consciousness – the origin of man’s culture is created by multiple ideas and feelings, and if so, if one can escape this matrix of ideas and to be truly independent. Read the rest of this entry »
I was thrilled recently to have coffee with a friend who shared with me the theory of the “Hundredth Monkey Effect“. I must admit, I had never heard or read anything in particular about it until today.
Serendipitously, I had been searching for a way to explain what I felt was happening with the current Global Shift of Cosmic Consciousness. People have and are referring to it as The Awakening, Ascension or the New Age. I see it as the end of individualism and the beginning of collectivism; not the “end of the world”, but a new beginning that is in process and has been for quite some time.
I began researching the Hundredth Monkey Effect and found varying opinions. Some think it to be only an urban legend. I’ve been involved in the paranormal investigation field for many years, and I agree that there is no exact science to prove the existence of life after death, ghosts, demons or psychokinesis. I have however had personal experiences with all these paranormal phenomena. Read the rest of this entry »
Humans’ perfectionist tendencies arise in all forms of study, application and discipline. This is most apparent in spiritual endeavors. This is as yet an unproven voyage or ascension that people of all cultures seem to believe in. This serves to help us survive reality, survive loss and connect with loss in a more positive manner. Many people have respected their ancestors and still do perform rituals. These caring gestures can be uplifting but also estranging, jettisoning us into a world that we can only dream of, never touch and only abstractly understand.
The ascension process has many pitfalls and points of despair. It is as if the common theme in all ascension is some form of penance, suffering or denial of the physical body. This denial to me is somewhat unnatural and can be taken into forms of zeal and eventually political extremism that has no benefit except for the illogical conclusion that one will be assured a safe place in paradise. Read the rest of this entry »