milky-way-from-eagle-cap-wildernessHaving so much time to meditate, read, do yoga, and ponder existence out here, away from civilization, has brought me many great insights. I’d like to take a moment of your time to share some of these insights. I don’t claim these as my own original thoughts, because all potential thoughts are already out there. I’m simply relaying that which resonates with me.

In these times of great change, we need to learn to surrender to the great flow of change, or we will find great resistance and pain and struggling against these changes. When we let go of what we think we are supposed to do and who we think we are supposed to be, we will naturally drift towards our true essences.

Do not try to be what everyone around you says you ought to be. Just surrender, breathe, and follow that which brings you the most joy. Don’t worry about the money. Do not simply follow that which will make you the richest, or most admirable to your peers, or the best in your field. Because those priorities are rooted in fear. Fear of what others will think about you, fear about not having enough, fear that it won’t work out the way you want it to. Following fear only leads to a fearful state of mind, which attracts the very things you are afraid of.

Forget about what other people want from you. Follow that feeling of excitement and joy into whatever adventures and possibilities your intuition tells you to. When you do this, you will begin to experience synchronicities and miracles. All of the pieces will fall exactly in to place. You will meet exactly who you need to meet, and you will be just where you need to be for your life to unfold exactly how it needs to. The only way you won’t find exactly what you need is by fearing that you won’t!

By following what brings you the most joy, you are becoming who you really are. You are polishing the diamond that is you, wiping away the dirt and the grime that has been burying you since you came into this world. Your true essence is part of the vast web of the infinite, and when you surrender to it, when you stop TRYING so hard, you will naturally begin to synchronize with the flow of the universe, and you will begin to experience the infinite possibilities that are the hallmark of this infinite universe.

Have no fear: letting go and surrendering does not equate to “losing control”. It is simply delegating the task of directing your life to your “higher self”, the superconscious mind that you will learn to trust more and more as you begin to experience what I am talking about here. Truly, it is the highest form of self acceptance and trust.

So, stop thinking so much, stop worrying so much. The mind is a useful tool, but you can set it down when you’re done. Once your monkey mind learns to sit quietly, you will find yourself radiating a peace so profound, you will no longer need all those things that you were struggling so hard to acquire. You will stop seeing other people as separate from you. There will be no need to compete with others, because you will realize that everyone will be provided for if you trust it to be so.

Remember what’s really important. Meditate, find peace within… You can’t take money with you to the afterlife but you can take all the love and gratitude and life lessons. The soul wants to evolve. We are not our bodies… Consciousness goes on… there is nothing to fear. Loneliness is an illusion because within you, you have access to the greatest love of all. But it takes practice to find that place within. Take time away from distractions, in nature…

Instead of seeing ourselves as separate from everything around us, the holographic view of the world allows us to recognize that we are embedded in a fractal feedback dynamic that intrinsically connects all things via the medium of a vacuum structure of infinite potential.

Energy moves between two opposites/poles: spiraling upwards toward enlightenment and purification, or downwards through deterioration and degeneration. Whether the energy is of a degenerative or generative nature depends on whether the driving force is centripetal (moving toward the center, like an ice skater spinning increasingly faster by drawing her arms inward) or centrifugal (moving toward the outside, like a child hanging on to a quickly spinning merry-go-round). Generally speaking, centrifugal force represents degeneration/destruction, whereas the centripetal force leads to growth and renewal.

Today’s energy technology only uses degenerative, explosive, pressure-based forces, which includes combustion engines. But, what today’s technology has failed to embrace is the polar opposite of explosive/pressure forces – implosive or suction forces.

Because we have built our energy infrastructure in this extremely one-sided manner (explosive/combustive energy only), we have upset the natural balance of the di-polar structure of the elements of world. We can already see the effects of this nearly everywhere on earth now.

By burning fossil fuels and coal, we reduce air quality, polluting it with soot and carcinogenic particles, not to mention all the CO2. These carcinogens can be seen as a manifestation of the degenerative quality of explosive forces.

One of Viktor Schauberger’s realizations was that the secret to a healthy body and planet can be found through the balancing of opposites. This is represented by many occult symbols, including the Yin-Yang and the ancient Swastika symbol. Counter-clockwise movement is yin/negative, and centrifugal. Clockwise is yang/positive and centripetal.

The pressure component leads to Centrifugence, friction, increased heat and gravitation; while the suction component leads to Centripetence, cooling, absence of friction and levitation — which makes it possible to overcome gravity.

Centrifugal/explosive forces result in heat, friction, decomposition, and gravitation, whereas centripetal forces have a frictionless, cooling, effect, and they result in levitation. The centripetal energy contracts, condenses, cools, and conserves; it creates negative pressure, which is the cause of suction. The shape of centrifugal motion is circular, the motion of centripetal is spiral. The path to growth and restoration is the spiral.

By utilizing the spiral in our technologies, we can begin to restore balance. For example, Schauberger discovered that he could restore the natural oxygen levels in water by directing it through spiral-shaped tubes. This is the idea behind “restructured water”

Mind and matter both influence each other. At the deepest level of the mind, there is a constant connection to the sensations of the body. Unpleasant sensations can cause misery if we allow them to control us. The habit is to recoil or push away situations or people that cause unpleasant sensations in the body.

Beauty turns ugly with decay, everything is impermanent. We must learn to appreciate the good things in life without grasping or clinging. Recognize the beauty in the constant flux of reality. There is nothing that does not arise to pass away.

Giving a name to a person is just like giving name to a river. Every time you visit a river, it has completely changed. The river is never the same. It is changing every single moment. So are we as people. The name we give is a convenient label, but is misleading. At the apparent level, I am the same person I was yesterday. But the truth is, my body has completely changed since then. Cells divide at split-second speeds constantly. Old cells are sloughing off constantly. Every 7 years, every cell in my body has been replaced. I am an entirely new person every 7 years. And that is not including the other aspects of what we call the self. Because everything is always changing, attachment can only cause suffering. Whatever we become attached to will eventually change. Acceptance of whatever comes our way without craving or aversion is the only way out of suffering.

Awareness of sensation and equanimity towards the vicissitudes of life are the keys to unlock the shackles. Observe sensations that crop up in the body, and ask, “I wonder how long this will last”. Do not identify with the sensations because they are not you. They will pass. You are just an observer. Every emotion that we can experience is known to us through some sort of sensation. The quicker we can observe the internal sensations generated by our reactions to external stimuli, the quicker they will dissolve.

Suffering is attachment to an outcome we cannot control. Happiness is total surrender to and acceptance of the present with recognition of the law of impermanence. This too shall pass, such is the law of impermanence.

Tomorrow’s happiness, as well as its misery, are both planted today. By recognition of impermanence, we can cease to let external factors beyond our control control our happiness.

Anger is like a hot coal that one throws at others with bare hands. It causes suffering for both the giver and recipient. With this realization we are able to generate compassion. Forgive them, for they know not what they do.

When the path gets thorny, put shoes on. It is much easier to shift your own perspective than it is to change your external reality.

True wisdom can not be learned intellectually. It must be experienced in the body.

Misconception: “Seeing is Believing” (What we perceive determines what we believe.)
The Actuality: “Believing is Seeing” (What we believe determines what we perceive!)

Paradox: You are perfect just the way you are, but there is always room for growth into a greater alignment with your highest potential self.

If the reality you are currently experiencing is not what you want, you don’t need to “change” or “transform” that reality. You don’t even need to change yourself! You only need to “choose” another version of reality to “receive”. By synchronizing your vibrations with the version of reality you’d rather experience. Because the universe is infinite, the version you want to experience already exists. All you have to do is tune into it. If you don’t like the program, change the channel. That is what we mean by “If you want to change the world, change yourself.” Put another way, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Don’t wait for somebody else to change it for you.

You don’t create your own reality. You simply select it from the infinite library of experiences that already exists. Because time is an illusion: all that could ever exist, has ever existed, or will ever exist, is already “out there”, or better put, “in here”. It is all within you.

How do we select the reality we wish to experience?

  1. See it. (mental)

    Visualize it. Imagine it. Daydream it. Visualize it clearly. You don’t need to visualize it for a long time. Short time is sufficient, but you need to visualize it clearly. You need to have a solid clear picture. Visualizing it creates the blueprint, so see it in great detail.

  2. Feel it. (emotional)Get excited & passionate about it! How would you feel if you had it now? Feel that now! Plug into your vision with all your emotions & all your senses, as if you had it now! Involve all your senses – imagine smelling it, touching it, tasting it, etc.
  3. Be it. (physical)Do it! Do actions that most closely mimic the actions you “see” yourself doing in your vision. Gather and use whatever props mimic that scenario, and do a “dry run”. Doing this “make believe” physical action trains the body consciousness. This makes it “real for you now”, so the universe then delivers it to you. NOTE: This physical action does not directly cause this desired reality to manifest. Instead, this physical action creates a more precise vibration in yourself, making you a better antenna to receive it, by you becoming more aligned to the same vibration. The reality you desire already exists. You do not have to create it. You only have to receive it.

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