Vision 1

03.24.2020 @ 10:37 pm

I saw a bridge with water.  The view was from the water, like looking across the water, out and up at the bridge like as if I was standing in the water.

According to auntyflo.com a bridge is a spiritual message that it’s time for a person to review their life, and possibly an indication that an obstacle needs to be crossed.

From a personal viewpoint, the description given by auntyflo.com seems to make sense, but I won’t try at this point to find any connections or correlations to specific circumstances in my life.  I’d like to see where it fits in general.

 

Recover Your Sanity; Compromise, Consideration, Respect

Out of all the articles I’ve published on my website over the last two years, I think this is probably the most important.

You don’t know what people are thinking.  You don’t know what people have on their minds, or what kinds of pressures they feel.

Some people do have an inner clock with a sense of urgency.

Just because someone is walking around with a smile on their face that doesn’t mean everything is okay.

The point I’m trying to make is that it’s foolish to make assumptions.

You might be a miserable person who’s looking for a confrontation, and you pick the person with a smile on her/his face, but you have no idea what’s behind that smile.

I was listening to Coast to Coast last night as I usually do, and the host, George Noory was making a point about how edgy society seems.  Generally, people seem upset and miserable.

As funny as it sounds, I think the ‘Celestine Prophecy’ offers a good explanation for why that is.  Society and culture is changing, but because most people are so resistant to change, we’re becoming extreme in our attitudes and beliefs.

🙏How do we get back to middle ground?  Hold your hands apart, palms facing each other, and out in front of you, and let that represent the extremes.  Now, bring them together. 🙏You now have praying hands representing middle ground.

The state of mind of people operating at extremes is war and conflict because they’ve taken an extreme stance concerning personal beliefs and attitude.  You don’t have to go that way, trust me.  If you do, then you’ve lost the middle ground, and middle ground is where you need to be.  The middle ground is everything.  It’s logical reasoning, and the place where you are in control.

In a Country where we are free to do and say almost anything we want, there is no place for extremism. We should not be in a position where we have to take an extreme stance on anything because people are free to do what they want.  Right?

If your personal privacy, space, or rights to think, act, choose, or govern yourself have been violated then you have to take a stance for what’s yours, not for what you want other people to believe or accept.

I’ve been told this so I’m going to share the information with you…the war we are in right now is spiritual in nature, and that’s not a cop out for physical violence, that’s the truth.

Extremist do not understand that when the consciousness of humanity is changing, it’s a spiritual issue.  Physical violence and war doesn’t change consciousness, belief, personal attitude, and faith does.

Jesse Ventura made the comment that war is man at his lowest point.  War and physical violence is the answer when there is nothing left and everything else has failed.

Because it is spiritual, you just have to be active and involved.

Here’s how we get back to middle ground:

The middle ground is contentment.  It’s agreement, and it’s balance.  If you cannot find middle ground within a group, then the group isn’t respecting your needs as an individual.  If they aren’t willing to consider and respect what you want, then that group isn’t for you.  Leave it.

If you cannot reach middle ground with a partner, then that person isn’t considerate/respectful to your needs as an individual within the relationship.  That person isn’t for you.  Leave him/her.

All groups and relationships are made up of individuals.  As individuals we should know what we want and need, and we also must accept that when we join a group or we’re involved in a relationship, we will have to compromise something at some some point.  I like to eat at 5pm, but my partner enjoys eating at 7pm…we agree to eat at 6pm.

Compromise, Consideration, and Respect….for yourself, and for other people.

That’s how we recover our sanity, and get back to middle ground. 

If you aren’t willing to compromise, and have consideration and respect for me, then don’t tell me what to do, and frankly, get the fuck out of my life because you aren’t adding anything positive to it.  You’re a drain.  I’m sorry I exposed you.

As an individual:

  1. If you participate in anything that has rules and structure, the rules have to be followed by everyone.  No exceptions.  If I have to follow rules, and you don’t or refuse to then eventually, one of us will get upset and there will be a problem.
  2. Do not let fear control your life.  If you want to do something, go and do it.  If I want a shirt, but I don’t go to the store to buy it because I’m scared, and then I see my friend wearing the shirt I wanted, I might get upset.  Don’t let fear control your decisions.
  3. Do whatever makes you happy.  Your happiness is everything.  There are times when we must force ourselves to do things we don’t want to do, but after a while, we have to weigh out the cost.  (I work because I need money, but do I really need to make my money this way?)
  4. Take care of your health.  Get out of the fucking house and walk, run, lift weights, play a sport, etc.  We need physical activity.
  5. Love something.
  6. Love somebody.
  7. Tell someone how you feel.
  8. Find a hobby!
  9. Have fun!
  10. Travel!
  11. Stay away from people who aren’t supportive of what you’re doing, or what you’re trying to accomplish.  (Toxic is the word that has been used to describe people of that nature.)  Ignore them.  If one day, they decide to accept you and what you’re trying to do, maybe they’ll come to you and show a little interest.

OMG COMMON SENSE MAN!

If the “state of mind” of people in extreme positions is war, and half the population is extreme right or left, half the population is at its lowest point.  Half the population is militant.  We are deteriorating as a collective and resorting to a path we’ve gone down a million times!

New Path!

I’m not going to tell you what to believe or what to do.  I’ll share what works for me, but ultimately, you’re your own man/woman.  Think for yourself.  Who knows you better than you?

If you don’t like me, stay away from me.  If you want to get to know me, come and talk to me.  You can do pretty much whatever you want so long as you’re not stopping someone else from doing what they want.

Why do you complain about your job?  You read the job description and agreed to the pay, but when you start working you complain.  Why did you take it?

See things for what they are, not what you would like them to be.

 

 

 

 

Making Sense Out Of Being Spiritual

I was raised Roman Catholic, and I don’t go to church that often, (not bragging, or saying anything bad about the church) but if the question concerning religion ever arises, I do identify with being Catholic.

I do say I’m Spiritual also, and there are a lot- a lot of people who identify with being spiritual but not religious.

So, the BIG question comes up.  What does it mean to be Spiritual, and can someone be Spiritual but not religious?


Before I give my new opinion and answer this, I want to hear what all of you have to say.  Please, write in and tell me what you think.

What does it mean to be spiritual, and can a person be spiritual without being religious?

Reincarnation

The basis behind the theory of reincarnation is that your soul lives on.  If your soul lives on, then it has lived before, which takes us into past life regression.

Right now in this life, we live a life we’re actively creating through our experiences and interactions, but this life is only a moment in time for our soul’s journey.  When the body expires in death, the soul will incarnate into another body for the purpose of completing the soul’s mission.

The soul comes into existence with a purpose, and through you, that soul attempts to first find that purpose, and then complete it.   1,000 years ago your soul came into existence and incarnated into the body of a man that became very wealthy.  He was very successful, and money was his answer for everything.

If he needed something, he bought it.  His soul’s mission, however, was to learn the value of love, and so he couldn’t figure out why he was so miserable.  He could have everything he desired, all he had to do was pay, but love was something his money couldn’t buy.  Eventually, he died a rich man never learning his soul’s lesson.

According to the teachings of reincarnation, this soul will reincarnate until the individual holding the soul learns its lesson, which ultimately allows the soul to move on in its journey through time.  The problem or challenge is that we’re born with absolutely no recollection of what happened in our previous lives.

The second problem or challenge is the soul is always presented with opposition.  If the soul’s lesson is to learn how to be an effective leader, it will be in the body of someone who doesn’t mind following because only as a follower will the person wake up to the realization that he/she must someday take the reins and lead.

Over the years, your soul could’ve incarnated many times.  Sometimes people will have deja vu and think they’ve been somewhere before when they know for a fact it’s their first visit to such a place.  Perhaps, they were there in a previous life, and deja vu is just the soul waking up to previous life experiences.

Take some time to contemplate your life.  Do you keep finding yourself in the same situations over and over again?  Pay attention.  There’s probably something the universe is trying to teach you.  You might be a really young man or woman holding an ‘old soul.’




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A Whole New World 2

A whole new world has opened up to you because you chose to be honest with yourself.  Welcome.


Has someone said something to you or called you something that hurt you and pushed you into an argument because it wasn’t true?

You’re a racist.

You hate me.

You don’t care about your country.

“There’s a transition taking place from a material world view to a more spiritual world view, and civility is the first thing that goes out the window.  Those holding on to the old world view begin to cling to their obsessions with ever greater ferocity, until their beliefs become an ideology-a system of ideas that are no longer based on truth.  They’re based on the perceived idea that there’s an enemy out there threatening the world, and in such a dire situation, they fell it’s okay to give up on truthful democratic debate and legal procedure.  The political left and right are moving to extremes because each thinks the threat is so great from the other side, that extreme measures need to be taken.  It all self-reinforcing.  When people exaggerate the facts they abandon truth, and then the law of karma kicks in, and each side draws in their opposites, who are lying as well.  They fan each others’s flames.  What’s worse, is that those in the middle, are constantly being accused of being extreme by both sides, so gradually everyone tends to be pushed towards the extreme opposite poles.  The danger lies in this increasing polarization of political thought with more people moving to extremes everyday.  Either side can become violent or despotic.  Those in alignment must find a way to stand up to those in extreme ideologies.”

                                                                                                       –  James Redfield

I’m not asking you to believe this, and you might debate that there’s a transition actually taking place, but ask yourself if this excerpt from James Redfield’s “The Twelfth Insight” resonates true with you.  Some of us are on the other side of this already waiting for you to join.  “Yoohoo, we’re over here!”

 

 

Two Thousand-Twenty

And the old saying goes, “In like a lion, out like a lamb.”  Revelations 19 captured time from 1901 to 1921.  1921, the twenties were commonly referred to as the roaring twenties.  Roaring like a lion.  From 1922 to 1999 God left us alone.  Look at what took place during those years.

God came back in 2000.  Revelations 20 “And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand.”  God stayed with us until year 2015.  Revelations 20:15 “And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.”

Once again he left us, and he will not return until the year 2100.  What will happen between 2015 and 2100?  We don’t know, but we do know when he returns he will return with, Revelations 21 “And I saw a new heaven and a new earth : for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea.”

My brother asked me two weeks ago, “what do think of the year 2020?’

“I think of vision,” I responded.

I don’t know when, and I don’t know who, but at some point someone came up with a system of measuring the health and power of our vision.

Recently, I not only listened to the Celestine Prophecy tape story, but I watched the movie as well, which got me thinking about our evolution as a species “the collective.”

We are evolving, and we’re doing it as a group as well as individually.  It’s not by chance that someone created a way to measure our vision strength, in which one of the results (20/20) coincides with a year that we’ll be living through.

It will be 2020 next year, and I really think we’re stepping into a moment of time that can be significant in some way.

2020 has been sitting in the back of my brain since 2012 so I’ve been waiting with great anticipation for this year to arrive.  I don’t know what it means to you, if anything at all, but to me, it could have something to do with a revelation of some kind.  Maybe an event that gives us insight or a view of something that could perhaps change our lives.

Maybe we’ll see something in a new way like never before, which completely changes how we go about dealing with something in our daily lives.  I don’t know, but when I hear 2020, I think vision, and very soon, I’ll be able to tell you what I think when I see 2020.


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Sharing My Personal Affirmation; Once

9.21.2019

Positive Affirmation

I woke up happy, and I will remain happy.  I will release control because I cannot and will not control others.  I can, however, hope.  I hope people are caring, considerate, and respectful of others around them.

I release all negativity and negative people.  I want only happiness and positivity around me.

Have A Good Day Y’all!

Antarctica And The Ozone

I wasn’t going to write about this, but shit man, I’m excited.  I watched a documentary about Antarctica.  It was very long, and there was a lot of information covered.  Of course, those brave people who attempted to reach the plateau from the ice shelf (coastline) were recognized as well as those actually ended up making it all the way to the South Pole at 90 degrees.

Here’s the part that got my mind racing.  There were people down there, scientist I’m sure, and they were conducting experiments.  Accidentally, someone opened a hole in the ozone layer directly over the Pole, which is pretty much the center of the icy continent.

Normally, the South Pole is -100 degrees, and it doesn’t receive strong sunlight because of it’s location.  Antarctica is completely covered with ice and snow, and the waters around the continent are 2 miles of frozen depth.  I don’t think the hole that was opened was that a big, obviously,  but if it had been, we could’ve been in serious trouble.

This got me thinking about Noah and the flood.  What if, that’s what happened in biblical times.  It’s not far fetched.  The documentary said 70% of our planet’s fresh water is the frozen ice on and around Antarctica, and if it had melted, sea levels would rise 300 feet.

Now, if that were the case, Antarctica which is one of the only places on the globe we can’t really occupy and maintain a “normal” way of living because of the weather extremes, but would probably become the safe place to go.  Antarctica and some really high mountain tops.

What if in our attempt to explore space, and our never ending desire to know our place in this world, was almost our own demise?  What if we knew what were doing, and we knew what the outcome would be, but someone in biblical times went ahead and made that hole anyway, and melted the ice on and around Antarctica.  Maybe Noah built his Ark and sailed to Antarctica, and now it’s buried under the frozen ice.

What is really on that continent?

If you take Noah’s Arc out of Antarctica, you’re left with Attica!