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Kramer is back, and even though there is nothing new under the sun, his fresh perspective on important topics is always refreshing.
1. Decode imperial control words . Has our language been manipulated to cause control? Every word carries energy and energy can be transmuted into action. Could it be that the present vernacular is to enslave us via language?
2. The sacred nature of race, gender & sexuality. We are told that we are equal even though differences prevail in nature. Why do we keep focusing on race? As many wise have pondered, perhaps to eradicate racism we should stop using labels. For millennia, tribes coexisted in harmony with other tribes without being pushed to merge. Why are the powers that want to be so interested in eradicating sovereignty, individual cultures, and the will of the people to preserve their own identity? What is behind all of this?
3. Deconstructing new age and parapolitical paradigms. Is new age a new religion. What is really behind this movement? Are its followers willing or unwilling participants because the practices seem benign, foreign, and even exotic? What are the current political paradigms?
The magnetic field of earth is involved in a perturbation or morphing. This is taking place interdimensionally, and the net effect is incremental surges in amplitude or strength of the magnetic field. This morphing of earth’s magnetic field is like a wave that rises and falls very quickly, and the oscillations are minute, but distinct. This is having a very strange effect upon human consciousness, specifically your biological experience. Many people are experiencing an increase of exhaustion and weariness. (these symptoms are also caused by movements of energies from deep space as they pass through your galaxy and your solar system.)
But this (perturbation) is of a different category. This is caused by the magnetic field itself, which is responding to the deep energies from space. It is a response of the molten core of your earth itself; and the magnetic field is having a conversation with the cosmos, if you wish to think of it in this metaphorical way. Now, your science does not view things in this manner, but from our perspective the magnetic field is having a conversation with these cosmic visitors, the energies from deep space, which are, by nature, catalysts for spiritual evolution.
Another set of symptoms directly related to the perturbations of your magnetic field are distinct changes in how you hold short term memory—because memory is a function of the magnetics of your own nervous system and that of earth. Your brain processes information through the minute gravitational and non-gravitational fields of it’s own structure and it is affected directly by fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field. And so you can expect an increase in short term memory anomalies. You may find yourself speaking a sentence and suddenly the words do not come to you or you mix up the words from their normal syntax. While in some cases this is the sign of a brain disorder, you will find this happening within the general populace at an increasing rate. Escalations in collective short-term memory glitches will lead humanity to a most novel situation. This situation is an opportunity or a curse, depending on how you work with it.
The opportunity is to see through the mental matrix of your own creation. What we mean by this is when your mind is unable to continue its story line in the ways it is used to, you have an opportunity to glimpse the realities behind the curtain (of perception). You are the ones who have created the curtain, and you have done this to keep yourselves separated from things you do not wish to see or experience directly, or in some cases what others do not wish you to see or experience directly. We refer here to the unseen manipulators of your collective reality—those who hold the economic and political reins of power.
The stunning and highly controversial find made by marine treasure hunters using side-scanning sonar to detect shipwrecks in the Baltic Sea has finally been identified as a submerged monumental construction from the Paleolithic era. The giant circular seafloor promontory measuring ~60m in diameter is actually a terraced monument built by the highly advanced Atlantean civilization over 14,000 years ago.
Co-discoverer and Ocean X team leader Dennis Aasberg describes just a few of the geometric features presented by the gargantuan disc-shaped temple rising above the sea floor, likening it to concrete:
It looks like a round object separated from the bottom. It looks… like concrete. When we brush it off its [surface is] black. The object looks the same underneath as on the upper side. Same color too. Just like a plate on the bottom. And it has something that looks like big stairs… perhaps one meter high each step. Its strange… We have not been able to find more holes besides the 2 meter hole with a [recessed] square [formation] around it.
Prohibitive conditions severely limit filming of the ancient monumental structure, especially rough seas and the very poor visibility of <1m near the bottom. Animated digital terrain models allow a clearer perspective of the massive proportions and complex geometric configuration of the submerged Atlantean monument (above). The greatest hindrance to the seafloor site investigation is an intense electromagnetic vortex that perpetually interferes with all types of electrical equipment situated on or above the ancient monument –in the vertical water column, onboard ships at the sea surface and even affecting low-flying airplanes.
Our physical reality is the embodiment of separation consciousness. Ours is a reality characterized by competition, conflict, and fear and it is simply a reflection of our state of consciousness. For we are creating all of it — the good, and the bad, and the ugly with our thoughts and our beliefs. The physical realms are where we manifest dualistic realities that contain good vs. evil, competition vs. cooperation, conflict vs. harmony, and fear vs. love. All realities, physical or non-physical, are constructs of thought and we are creating all of it.
Higher Realms and Higher Ideals
None of these things; evil, competition, conflict, or fear, exist in the higher non-physical realms of existence, and that’s because these realms are realms of higher levels of consciousness that long ago left behind the state of separation/duality consciousness and moved into a state of love/unity consciousness.
Truth, Right and Wrong, and Us Against Them
In our current plane of reality people seek for, argue about, and even fight over what is the truth and who is right and wrong, devolving into “us against them” mentalities. And it is so futile because there are no absolute truths, all truth is relative to your perspective and level of consciousness. The only things that are absolute in all of existence are that all is consciousness, the multidimensional structure of consciousness, and the laws and mechanics of reality creation. Everything else is simply what we bring into existence by what imagine and believe. Anything and everything in our reality can be erased in an instant and replaced with anything of our choosing. We are creators and we are creating with our thoughts, beliefs, and feelings.
As we progress as beings through the physical planes of existence, we do so by transcending one level of consciousness and attaining the next which allows us to perceive and experience whole new levels of reality and leave behind the prior levels forever. As we progress through the levels of consciousness, we also progress through the physical planes of reality, and we progressively move away from separation consciousness towards unity consciousness. By the time we progress through all the planes of reality that we would consider physical, we have fully transcended separation consciousness and have no need to incarnate into the physical planes ever again.
“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” ~ Aristotle
It is important to take control of your thoughts. For you would be surprised to find how many of them aren’t actually yours. If we aim to de-clutter our lives of the unnecessary, it is paramount to help remove ourselves from the clenching intoxication of adopted thoughts. So go on throw your soul a lifeline and pull it out of the trenches of your mind.
The impermanence of our soul’s relationship with the materialized ego conjures up certain thoughts from the ether around us. Hence we may be in different parts of the world (or walks of life), but may share the same insecurities and perspectives through the whirlpool of collective thoughts.
This beckons the question of what is permanent here and what will pass on through the body into the other realms to converse with our higher selves. Where there is no space for words that speak of compromise, business or politics; only the art of abstracts that do not compromise. For in silence we are unlimited, but in words confined.
“There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.” ~ William Shakespeare
Thoughts have the ability to keep us blindsided by a specific outlook, forever viewing life through its filters. Until a particular perspective is limiting us, we continue to live in our thoughts and remain voyeurs to the mysteries and experiences we chance upon.
The side effects of an uncontrolled mind
If we allow certain thoughts and patterns of thoughts to unhinge us, our lives would forever be devoid of mental peace. It is hardly a compromise that leads us out of a situation that isn’t working out, but our faith in the inexpressible and inexplicable that welcomes miracles into our lives.
I don’t know about anybody else right now, but my journey at least, has been one of epic proportions for quite some time now. Talk about digging deep. I should be at the center of the earth by now! My situation has been one of looking for my core issue to heal, but even more, it has been a battle of learning acceptance that has been so dramatic for me! There are things about myself I have looked away from for a very long time. Contemplating these parts of me and learning to accept these sides of me I have kept at bay, at the outskirts of my boundaries, has been heart wrenching and brutal at times. I feel like I am being stripped naked and there is no longer anything to hide behind. Like that age old saying ” You can run but you can’t hide”. There is no avoiding this process, each and every one of us needs to go through reconnecting with who we really are. We have allowed outside, worldly influences to become far more important in our lives than connecting with ourselves. Oh I know, we think we know who we are, but do we really? Some probably, but not the majority. We have been trained to stay away from the dark corners within. For a very long time we have been offered all kinds of materialistic goodies and distractions that supposedly make life easier and more enjoyable, yet we still felt empty. The further we fell into the trap of distraction, the further we became separated from ourselves.
I am learning all kinds of things that never entered my mind before and they have caused me to pause and contemplate and try to make sense of what I am unearthing. Only recently did I discover I had a huge issue with accepting all the many parts of who I am. Some of the parts I truly was shamed by, or disappointed by, they were sadly unacceptable therefore I ignored them. These are not easy ideas to take in and chew on for a while. A good portion of my life has passed by already and only now do I see just half of me went through my life. The unaccepted parts hung on behind but were never embraced by me. Such a shame really, but I am glad I figured this out now and not let it continue on any longer. Now I have something concrete to work with. Learning how to love all of me, opening all the doors and windows in my heart to let in the once unacceptable parts of me and become one at long last.
There is so much petty distraction going on in the world right now, in order to do my inner searching I had to retreat. The haze of insanity continues to float heavily in the air around the world, very little makes sense any more and a great deal that does make sense is infuriating, so why stay connected to it all? I needed to reconnect with myself for now, not the world. In going along through my life, what became of those parts of me I discarded because they were not acceptable? Did those parts experience my life along with me and if not, what are those parts, what did they experience? Have you ever stopped to dig deep and ask yourself major questions such as these? Try it. Once you start asking and uncovering you begin to see you really didn’t know yourself as well as you thought. We are a highly distracted society and we need to come back down to earth and settle in.
Imagine sitting at a restaurant table every lunchtime getting served the same soup 7 days a week here on out. The only thing stopping you from realizing that it’s the same old soup is that it gets served on a different contrasting colour and design bowl every day.
So let’s say in reluctant acceptance you carry on drinking the same soup day after day fooled into thinking it’s different, even though you’re fed up with it and know deep down that something isn’t right here…
-This is an analogy to what’s happening for the human race today. Yes, on multiple levels the human race is stuck on the “same old same old” without knowing the reasons why. And it doesn’t help that the world’s ruling authorities use their owned and controlled mass media to tell you ”Everything’s fine” when it isn’t.
Put another way, if despotic authorities overtly control the people then as history has shown us a mass revolt follows sometimes with rioting on the streets… However, if the authorities covertly control how can the people ever revolt when they don’t know that they’re being controlled?
The world-wide ruling authorities with their co-ordinated, covert control ops, have cunningly kept humans stuck, eking out the “same old same old,” energy-sapping, fear-driven, no change scenario day in day out… –Such is the nature of the great stitch up, while putting humanity in the throes of a downward spiral.
As humanity further goes in the direction of the downward spiral towards the terminal precipice, more petty laws, rules and ordinances are made restricting freedom, while the world’s ruling authorities continue to hide technologies that would otherwise transform the world: The ruling authorities will continue to expand and profiteer by maintaining the status quo, while further poisoning our land, water, food and air.., as we get sicker and sicker…
Patchman takes you on a quest to understand the dimensional levels, and where we are on that scale. We also take a look at some Particle Physics, and touch upon Leonardo Da Vinci! Everything in the universe is frequency and vibration, this is scientific fact. This vibration is also infinite, and flows harmonically through octives. It works through colour, music, and even the Chakras!
“The compound works by three ways essentially: it kills the tumour cells directly, it cuts off the blood supply and it also activates the body’s own immune system to clean up the mess that’s left behind.”
Already, 1 in 2 people is expected to develop cancer in their lifetimes. That’s 50% of all humans on Earth. If a potential cure was found, one would expect to see it broadcasted on every mainstream media site, correct? Unfortunately, that’s not the world we live in. Regardless, this recent discovery is worth knowing about and passing along to others.
According to ABC News, an eight-year-long study led by Dr. Glen Boyle, from the QIMR Berghofer medical research institute in Brisbane, has confirmed that a compound in a rare berry which grows exclusively in Australia is capable of killing tumors. The flushed berry, also known as the Hylandia dockrillii, has a unique compound called EBC-46 that kills head and neck tumors as well as melanomas. In approximately 75% of the cases, says Dr. Boyle, the cancer cells did NOT come back.
“There’s a compound in the seed – it’s a very, very complicated process to purify this compound and why it’s there in the first place, we don’t know. The compound works by three ways essentially: it kills the tumour cells directly, it cuts off the blood supply and it also activates the body’s own immune system to clean up the mess that’s left behind.”
Scientists are astounded by how fast the compound in the flushed berry works, as well as the lack of side effects caused by the treatment. In trials, the drug took effect within five minutes and tumors disappeared within days.
Presence is the powerful practice of being in the moment.
It is created through an acute awareness of one’s thoughts, feelings, and emotions, and in our modern day society, being present doesn’t always come easily. The overstimulation and distraction that come from technology, social media, work, family life, social engagements, and the never-ending “to-do” lists regularly take us out of the now and into a memory from the past or a fear about the future.
Cultivating the power of presence comes from creating the space to observe one’s mind and one’s self. This skill of observation allows us to look at our own lives and the lives of others without attaching judgment or analysis. Using this awareness, we become mindfully attuned to all that is around us through our five senses (smell, touch, taste, sight, and sound) as well as our physical sensations — you know, those signs from our bodies that we often tend to ignore.
Our bodies are equipped with a natural mechanism called the “stress response,” also known as the “fight-or-flight” response, which was first described by Walter Cannon at Harvard. When we encounter something that feels like a threat, the amygdala in the brain experiences the emotion fear. The brain then communicates to the hypothalamus, which communicates to the nervous system, which signals to the adrenal glands to release the stress hormones cortisol, adrenaline, and noradrenaline. This assembly-line-like process of the sympathetic nervous system is a crucial part of our body’s internal self-protection mechanism. The only problem is that we are not physiologically designed to be frightened often.
In today’s world, many of us live in overdrive and operate in a constant state of “flight or flight.” This state can be a result of feeling the fear of imagined threats: financial security, societal achievement, the steadiness or demise of a relationship, a perceived health threat, the loss of a loved one, etc. Operating from this place, it is no wonder that many of us feel the perils of stress and anxiety on a daily basis. We struggle with migraines, digestive issues, difficulty breathing, lack of concentration, fatigue, depression, and innumerable other physical ailments because our body is actually attempting to flee the scene of a real threat (car crash, lion chase, assault, etc.) that simply isn’t there.
We, who strive to achieve spiritual development, often have the feeling that certain people or situations impede that development.
There is a number of things that may hamper us in our progress along our spiritual way. Sometime people find bad karma as the gravest obstacle in their spiritual progress.
We were born in the wrong place, under the wrong circumstances; we should deal with those circumstances first, and start our spiritual development only afterwards. Is that really so?
If we want to answer that question, we must examine one of the most effective defensive mechanisms of our Mind, that is, finding a scapegoat. It means that whenever we encounter difficulties in our life, we tend to look for the reason of the problem outside ourselves. We blame the responsibility on external factors or persons which or who may cause our difficulties.
When we believe that our bad karma prevents us from making progress and spiritual development, we are relieved, since we cannot help it, it is not our fault, things just work out that way. We have all the good will but, unfortunately, adverse circumstances interfered and curbed us in implementing our great intentions. We therefore wait for a more favorable occasion, and tend to put ourselves in the position of the victim.
This attitude appears to be logical, but it is not. May whatever happen to us in life, may we face whatever difficulty, that, in most cases, comes about as a consequence of our previous actions and choices. No matter what is happening to us in the present moment, that is the outcome of our previous, unconscious actions, we sowed the seed from which our present difficulties sprang up. We are not the victims of circumstances; on the contrary. We create and operate the bad karma we complain about and on which we wish to blame responsibility for our bad luck.
Ancient manuscripts describe sound levitation of heavy rock, perhaps aiding in the building of huge pyramids and monuments. Ancient texts, all over the globe, describe sound as an effective method to move and alter dense physical matter.
According to ancient wisdom, the power of sound increased with large numbers of participants singing or playing musical instruments. Each individual accessed energy that originated from the heavens. Two singers together created more energy than each singing separately, as if their combined voices increased energy logarithmically. Heavenly energy from large choirs constantly sang to make a country potent, almost invincible.
The Precision and Intrigue of Sonic Power
Author Bruce Cathie described an eyewitness account of many Tibetan monks moving huge boulders with their voices and musical instruments. The exact location of the singers and musicians was crucial for the “anti-gravity sonic effects” to work. Various ancient writings describe directional sounds as a source of mechanical power as if sound was squirted out of a water pistol: aim was important.
Especially relevant is a German article by Swedish engineer, Olaf Alexanderson, which described sonic levitation: ‘We know from the priests of the far east that they were able to lift heavy boulders up high mountains with the help of groups of various sounds… the knowledge of the various vibrations in the audio range demonstrates to a scientist of physics that a vibrating and condensed sound field can nullify the power of gravitation.”
Recent Observations in Tibet are Astounding
In addition, observations only 20 years ago in Tibet from a civil engineer, Henry Kjelson, reported that a Swedish doctor, Dr. Jarl, made a journey to Tibet in 1939 to visit a high lama. This lama let him observe sonic levitation of huge rocks up a cliff of about 250 meters.
They accomplished the task by mapping out exactly where singers and musicians stood. They angled their sound to go underneath a huge rock and up it went. Details are in Bruce Cathie’s free book, Acoustic Levitation of Stones.
Equinox group distant healing event
Thursday, 22 September 2016
Autumn Equinox in the North
Spring Equinox in the South
-All are welcome to participate in this event –
The Earth Heal Geoharmonic Research Project will be hosting a group distant healing event for participants around the world on Equinox, Thursday, 22 September.
Our event will begin at 17:00 or 5 pm GMT/Universal Time and continue for about 4 hours, ending around 9 pm GMT/Universal Time. To check the starting time of this event in your part of the world, please go to this link.
All people and animals everywhere in the world are welcome to join us as once-off participants on an exchange basis of your choice or by opting for annual membership to Earth Heal, and being included in all our distant healing events for the coming year.
Those in truly disadvantaged circumstances can ask to be included on a pro bono basis. If this applies to you, and you would like to be a participant in this treatment and receive healing on a personal level as well as being part of the group holding the energy for the planet, please feel free to contact us at earthhealadmin [at] gmail [dot] com, with the subject line, “Pro-bono participant – September Equinox event”.
The treatment will include more than 200 participants globally, and will be facilitated in Bahia, Brazil by Edna Spennato, working under guidance from the collective Higher Self of the group.
Science works best when in harmony with nature. If we put these two together, we can discover great technologies that can only come about when the consciousness of the planet is ready to embrace them. One example is “free energy,” also known as “zero-point energy,” which utilizes the substance that exists all around us and converts it into usable energy. This would give us a limitless source of energy, and would practically wipe out all poverty on the planet. (more on this later in the article)
The properties of space have been postulated by many, from ancient Vedic philosophy, Eastern Mystics, various ancient civilizations throughout human history all the way to Descartes, Einstein, Newton and more. Humans are curious beings, and our quest to discover “what is” will never end.
“And they allowed Apollonius to ask questions; and he asked them of what they thought the cosmos was composed; but they replied; “Of elements.” “Are there then four?” he asked. “Not four,” said Larchas, “but five.” “And how can there be a fifth,” said Apollonius, “alongside of water and air and earth and fire?” “There is the ether,” replied the other, “which we must regard as the stuff of which gods are made; for just as all mortal creatures inhale the wire, so do immortal and divine natures inhale the ether.” “Am I,” said Appollonius, “to regard the universe as a living creature?” “Yes,” said the other. – The Life of Apollonius of Tyana, Philostratus, 220AD (source)
Science now knows that a material universe as the foundation of what we perceive to be our physical material world isn’t quite the case. Today, physicists recognize that physical atoms are actually made up of vortices of energy that are constantly spinning and vibrating. At its smallest observable level, matter is energy, and this energy that exists all around us can be tapped into and possibly used to generate power.
Quantum physics has left many scientists baffled, again, the discovery that our physical material reality isn’t really physical at all can be quite confusing. Scientists began to explore the relationship between energy and the structure of matter at the turn of the 19th century, this is approximately the time when the idea of a Newtonian material universe was dropped from the heart of scientific knowing, and replaced by the fact that matter is nothing but an illusion, that everything in the universe is made out of energy.
“If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet. Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real.” – Niels Bohr, a Danish Physicist
Please, carry out a simple, nonetheless astonishing experiment:
Take a watch or a stopwatch, and decide that you are not going to think for a while, as long as you are able to do so!
Well, how long has it taken until the first thought slipped into your mind? 5-10 seconds? Are you able to avoid thinking for minutes?
You will be astonished: you are incapable of not thinking. Thinking takes place, it happens to you. The thought thinks you, and it is not you who thinks it. You do not do it at will (if it depended it on your will, you could simply avoid thinking), and you are unable to suppress thinking or keep it under control. We are proud of capable of thinking, as this is what elevates us above the animal kingdom, and our personal identity is also rooted in our thoughts to a large extent. Philosopher René Déscartes declared ”I think, therefore I am.” But is this really thinking that makes us what we are? Would we exist if we did not think?
If we devote some time to monitoring our thoughts, we soon realize that thoughts in our mind keep shifting and changing: a thought appears, then it vanishes, and is replaced by another thought, linked, associated to the previous one–that is how thoughts stream continually, without a stop. Where is this vast stream of thoughts coming from, how has that stream become the foundation of our identity?
The Unconscious Deep Programs of the Mind
When we come to this world as newborn babies, we do not have thoughts, we only have an unconsciously experienced uniform experience. From that, the world of forms and shapes gradually unfolds and, with the help of the language, we learn to categorize our experiences, to put them into conceptual pigeonholes. ”She is mother, that is a tree, and this here is a house.” The language appears, and together with it, the thoughts.
As small children we are extremely open to the outside world, we want to know all about it, we want to conquer it. But we have very little experience in connection with the world, so we apply to the adults around us: parents and teachers. The adults are pleased and willing to tell us how the world works–that is, the way they perceive the world, with their own eyes and in their own beliefs. We are fed partial, fragmented pieces and bits of information, and that is what we devour and believe without hesitation–the program of a system of beliefs.
“We are dreaming a symbolic world, only briefly waking to what is real.” ~Arthur Deikman, M.D.
“He not busy being born, is busy dying.” ~Bob Dylan
Something is not quite right…you feel it…you may have experienced this feeling, this nagging, for a long time. So you most probably just try to ignore it and hope that it goes away; but sooner or later the persistent nagging finally brings an idea to your mind – there’s something very odd about the way the world is. Maybe you feel like you are at the cinema watching a film and yet you sense there must be something wrong about the film you are seeing. The images are all there, but there’s a feeling that something is out of sequence, or the frames are running out of ‘normal’ time. However, after a while you get used to the style of the film, and your senses adjust to its rhythm and you lose the sense of strangeness and you get pulled into the show and you go along with the ride…
…the film tells you that the world has no grand meaning, that human life is an accidental anomaly – but as you walk down the street, engage with friends, fall in love, follow your dreams, you experience meaning and significance…wait, there’s that glitch in the film again – something about its ‘randomness’ and ‘meaninglessness’ doesn’t make sense…your personal experience has shown you something different…and then there’s that nagging feeling again…somewhere – wasn’t there?
Life is life, and most people go through it with trial, joy, adventure, challenge, love, and all the rest. This is the same for all of us, yet it doesn’t always occur on the same playing field. There is a different perspective we can take – a different position vis-à-vis the world. We can see the world in which we live as solely an exterior phenomenon; or we can choose to view it as also an expression of our interior life.
I have come to regard the cosmos as not just the expression of mathematical equations, but as the play of lyrical forces that, like a living being, is intoxicated with love and wonder, and the joyful curiosity of adventure. And I often wonder what it would be like to live with the view that human life is the result of random, accidental forces; as a meaningless happening forced to live out its years on the back of a dead rock hurtling through a lifeless universe. I am reminded of the ‘Myth of Sisyphus,’ a figure of Greek mythology who was condemned to repeat for eternity the same meaningless task of pushing a boulder up a mountain, only to see it roll down again – and then to push it up again, ad infinitum. For me, this lifeless exterior view of life is truly absurd[i]. And yet the physical demands of a normal life compel us to focus our gaze continually on the external where our daily waking consciousness has to deal with all the impacts and noise coming from the outside – it is very physical work and can, and often does, occupy the whole consciousness and conscious awareness of a person. Yet for some people another gaze peers out onto the world – a gaze from within. I refer to this as the interior life, whereby a person deeply feels, intuitively knows, that there is another perspective upon life, one that is far richer, pervasive, subtle; and yet one that must be sought with effort.
Surrender every idea about how you believe something should or shouldn’t be—including your own sense of a personal self.
Nothing is as it seems, as all perceived things are merely a matter of mind. Whatever you see is mind’s reflection, until you awaken and become aware of its illusory, false projections.
Relax into the effortless totality of what already is, being empty of any criticism. Be mindful of mind, knowing that you play no part in its imagined melodrama. You are its witness, detached and free of its illusions.
Disregard any opinion as soon as it appears.
No longer fear the unknown; abide in the realization that everything is unknown, except your present sense knowing. See every moment as the dream it is, a forever-unfolding mystery, one that forever reveals itself within your invisible presence.
You are the spontaneity of awareness, being, as are all seeming things.
Each moment is gone as soon as it appears. There is nothing to be grasped for there is nothing to be lost. There is nothing to be gained, other than the knowing of each moment as it is, fully and completely.
Let this moment, here and now, be empty of interpretation. You are not subject to the mind’s will, for it is subject to you.
If you watched the Netflix series Stranger Things, the idea of Remote Viewing (RV) may sound familiar. The infamous scene in Chapter Seven: The Bathtub shows protagonist Elle practicing Remote viewing (RV) in a make-shift sensory deprivation tank, in order to make contact with Will in the Upside Down.
RV is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target using subjective means, in particular, extrasensory perception (ESP) or “sensing with mind”. The strange thing about RV, is that this is an actual practice, which has also been used in military experiments such as The Stargate Project.
The Stargate Project was a secret US Army unit established in 1978 in Fort Meade, Maryland, by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and SRI International (a California contractor) to investigate the potential for psychic phenomena in military and domestic intelligence applications. The Project, and its precursors and sister projects, went by various code names — GONDOLA WISH, GRILL FLAME, CENTER LANE, SUN STREAK, SCANATE — until 1991 when they were consolidated and rechristened as “Stargate Project”.
Stargate Project work primarily involved remote viewing, the purported ability to psychically “see” events, sites, or information from a great distance. The project was overseen until 1987 by Lt. Frederick Holmes “Skip” Atwater, an aide and “psychic headhunter” to Maj. Gen. Albert Stubblebine, and later president of the Monroe Institute. The unit was small-scale, comprising about 15 to 20 individuals, and was run out of “an old, leaky wooden barracks”.
Although The Stargate Project was terminated and declassified in 1995, and some view the idea of RV as a “pseudoscience” – I’ve found in my own application/testing, that using the mind’s eye to astrally travel to uncover hidden information with clairvoyant abilities is a practice that can be used by the layman, and in our “Eye Inside” weekly series – I will provide different exercises, which can allow you to cultivate and strengthen the creative mind and fortify psychic perception.
In this episode I chat with Anthony Peake on his past work, and his newest book entitled: Opening the Doors of Perception (which reminds of the Blake quote: “If the doors of perception were cleansed, man would see everything as it truly is – Infinite.”)
We discuss DeJavu, paranormal experiences, the science of consciousness, quantum physics, entanglement, perception, out of body experience and much more.
Anthony Peake is a writer who deals with borderline areas of human consciousness. His first book, Is There Life After Death? was published in 2006 and since then he has gone on to develop his own ideas together with exploring the latest areas of research in his field.
His fourth book, Making Sense of Near-Death Experiences, is a collaborative effort with some of the world’s leading authorities on the near death phenomenon. He was very honoured to be asked to be one of the editors as well as contributing a chapter.
His seventh book, A Life of Philip K Dick The Man Who Remembered the Future, is a departure from his previous works in that it is a mixture of biography, literary criticism and psychological/neurological analysis.
His eighth book, The Immortal Mind: Science and the Continuity of Consciousness Beyond the Brain, is a joint project with Professor Ervin Laszlo. This was published in Autumn 2014. Click the relevant button for a summary of each of Anthony’s books.
If the mind is just a function of the brain, it stands to reason that the worse the brain is injured, the worse the mind would function. While this is what much of current brain research is finding, a body of evidence exists suggesting otherwise: under extreme circumstances, such as close to death, the mind may function well—or even better than usual—when the brain is impaired.
This suggests the mind may function independently of the brain.
One of the researchers who has been studying such cases is Dr. Alexander Batthyany, a professor of theoretical psychology and the philosophy of psychology in Liechtenstein and at the cognitive science department at the University of Vienna.
In his most recent study, published this month in the Journal of Near-Death Studies, Batthyany and his colleagues reviewed thousands of accounts of near-death experiences (NDEs) to determine the quality of vision and cognition.
He reported: “The more severe the physiological crisis, the more likely NDEers are to report having experienced clear and complex cognitive and sensory functioning.”
Part of Batthyany’s goal was to replicate earlier studies, few as they are, that have looked at the quality of vision and cognition during NDEs.
In a 2007 study by researchers at the University of Virginia, titled “Unusual Experiences: Near Death and Related Phenomena,” 52.2 percent of NDEers reported clearer vision. Jeffrey Long, M.D., founder of the Near Death Experiences Research Foundation (NDERF), found in a survey of 1,122 NDEers, that about 74 percent reported “more consciousness and alertness.”
“That bungled goodbye hurts me to this day. I wish so much that I’d had one last look at him in the lifeboat . . . ‘Richard Parker, it’s over. We have survived. Can you believe it? I owe you more gratitude than I can express I couldn’t have done it without you. I would like to say it formally: Richard Parker, thank you. Thank you for saving my life.’”’ – Yann Martel, Life of Pi
C. G. Jung recognized that in the moment of their greatest creative expression, the artist is an unconscious vehicle for something beyond themselves. At these times, their pen carries the unspoken voice of the collective whole of their culture. Like a medium or indigenous healer, what comes through them at this time can be a curative–healing comes as we hear the unspoken thing, as the needed but rejected quality in us comes into consciousness. Here the shadow’s waiting gift is born into our hearts.
Psyche’s roots are webs connecting us all. And more than that, the deepest place inside of us touches somewhere beyond time and space. Jung witnessed innumerable examples of our extending around these bounds in his client’s lives and dreams and in his own. He saw how often we do this, often only recognizing it later, sometimes when it’s too late. ‘Déjà vu’–French for ‘seeing again’–references this part of our cultural experience.
Great art is made for and from the collective–the artist is only a vehicle. (Perhaps this explains why so many artists cease producing great work after they become personally identified with their fame–the true source of their art is no longer available to them, once they think it’s them that’s making the art). A non-ego orientation is your best bet here as the artist can never quite be sure of the value of what they have brought forth.
The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, Edgar Allan Poe’s only novel, was published in 1838. In it, the whaling ship Grampus capsizes during a storm. Four crew members, including cabin boy Richard Parker, survive but are left without food and water. They are able to capture a tortoise and eat it, but are soon starving. Parker suggests that they cast lots to see who should be cannibalized. He loses and is immediately stabbed to death and consumed by the others, his hands and feet thrown overboard. Poe later called the book “very silly.”
“Life is simple. Everything happens for you, not to you. Everything happens at exactly the right moment, neither too soon or too late. You don’t have to like it, it’s just easier if you do.” ~ Byron Katie
In the deepest part of our subconscious mind lies a belief system that almost everyone has or has had at some point in their lives. This belief is very much the product of a third dimensional vibration, however now that the earth is aligned in fifth dimensional consciousness, it is time to re-examine our third dimensional belief systems we have, that are no longer working for our highest good.
If we think of consciousness like a tall building it will give us a better idea of how “concepts/truths” actually take on a completely different meaning as we raise in awareness. The people living on the ground floor of the building are like those living in third dimensional consciousness; reality outside their window looks very real, the goings on of the city outside are very much ‘in your face’, and one can’t see beyond what is in front of them.
The higher one goes up the floors (which is likened to our consciousness level raising), the less threatening, and tangible those same streets seem. Also, those on the higher floors can see a much broader view of the happenings on the street.
They may be able to see that the car that just got into a wreck was only doing so to avoid hitting the woman who was slowly crossing the street, whereas someone on the ground floor can only see what is right in front of their eyes, which is that a car wrecked. This analogy gives a better idea of how as one raises in consciousness levels, reality doesn’t change (the streets that the ground floor people are looking at are the same ones those on the 15th floor are), it’s just our perception of it does.