Monthly Archive: July 2017

Jul 31

Reality enchanted

by Josh Raymond A little while ago I went to Colchester, to a quiet suburban street on a hill. Semi-detached houses lined one side, and on the other a grassy field rose to a high horizon.  My friends Anita and Lucas climbed down from their camper van.  There were a few more vehicles parked than …

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Jul 31

You Are Enough

Your cup doesn’t need to be clean; it just needs to be empty. Eventually, even the cup will be broken to pieces. These were the words I found myself speaking recently to someone who was suffering from an attack of self-criticism and doubt.  How full we keep our cups with beliefs, with judgments, and with …

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Jul 31

The Mechanics of Reality Creation

One of the most epic things about awakening to the wider reality and your wider/higher self is that you come to know that you are a creator and that you are creating every aspect of your personal reality. By embracing your creatorship and understanding the laws of creation, you open the door to freedom and …

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Jul 31

Stunningly Complex New Crop Circle Appears In Cley Hill, Warminster July 18, 2017

A stunning new crop circle has appeared in Cley Hill just over a week ago. The formation is in excess of 300 feet (92m) in overall diameter and appeared in a barley field. The complex formation of scalloped edges with two arcs containing semi circles at either side of the each scalloped apex is truly …

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Jul 31

Man, The Fully Automatic Model – Alan Watts

Alan Watts Explains here how man is just a robot acting in this society ,  

Jul 30

Consciousness and The Brain in a Fractal-Holographic Universe

The mystery of consciousness poses perhaps one of the greatest problems in the history of science. How does one quantify the inner life of a sentient being? How does physical processes in the brain translate to the immaterial richness of subjective experience? Contemporary theories in the cognitive sciences approach consciousness and brain function purely from a neurocomputational paradigm in which the brain is compared to a computer, the …

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Jul 30

True Healing: How It’s Possible For Everyone

by Richard West It’s quite a bold statement, ‘Healing is possible for everyone!’ Many may be sceptical, but bare with me and I’ll show you how this is true. I think we can agree that all of us want to be healed in some way. There may be moments in our lives that are wracked …

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Jul 30

It’s All About Perspective

by Dennis Klinger, | Guest writer, In5D.com I’m sitting here thinking and considering what it is I can truly know about this existence or the awareness I sense inside this body I can feel. There is this ‘me’ that is distinctly different and separate from what, and who, is around me. This self awareness does …

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Jul 30

Ego-holics

EA = Egoholic Anonymous, but done without the need to be anonymous about it  

Jul 30

Consciousnes, Energy, Healing ~ Tom Campbell

Laurie Huston from News the Heart is talking with physicist Tom Campbell on Consciousness, Energy and Healing tools. (Apologies as the video is slightly out of sync due to an update required, should be fixed next month, Skype issues Grrr!) This conversation began 2 months ago when we discussed clothes and energy from wearing someone …

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Jul 30

Evolution, Synchronicity ~ Terence McKenna

Terence McKenna was an American ethnobotanist, mystic, lecturer, author. He spoke and wrote about a variety of subjects, including shamanism, metaphysics, alchemy, language, philosophy, culture, technology, environmentalism, and the theoretical origins of human consciousness.  

Jul 28

The Brain as Tuner

The following article was originally published as part of a book draft entitled “Bottoming Out the Universe: Karma, Reincarnation, and Personal Identity” on Richard Grossinger’s website. Charles Fort, an early twentieth-century amateur American scientist, collected oddities for which apparently “forced or bogus explanations [were offered] by the official intellectuals of the time. [95] There is …

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Jul 28

Neuroscience Learns What Buddhism Has Known For Ages: Mindfulness

Mindfulness is defined as an attention training which can benefit health and general well-being. There is a lot scientific research confirming it. In this article we will present the other type of attention training called Open Focus. We believe, combining these two approaches may help to understand attention training better and to experience its benefits …

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Jul 27

I do not believe…

 

Jul 27

A New Map

by Kingsley L Dennis ‘It is the tragedy of our time that the average individual learns too late that the materialistic concept of life has failed utterly in every department of living.’  Manly P. Hall  We have entered times of incredible change, readjustment, and upheaval. There are many contrary forces pushing through our diverse societies …

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Jul 27

The Mystery of Daily Consciousness

by Frank M Wanderer In our usual state of consciousness we stay submerged in the multitude of forms and shapes. In this state of consciousness we play the scenario of the film of our life. We look around and see objects that are desirable to us, we wish to possess them, and we also see …

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Jul 27

Tom Campbell: Fireside Chat July 2, 2017

Tom Campbell answers questions on various subjects involving our reality and consciousness from the viewpoint of his theory, philosophy, and experience.  

Jul 27

Spirit, Consciousness and Becoming The Now Moment!

 

Jul 26

The Greatest Speech Ever Written

We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness, not by each other’s misery. We don’t want to hate and despise one another. In this world, there is room for everyone. The good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of …

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Jul 26

Adam Strauss is doing fine at Dark Horse Comedy Club

 

Jul 26

Top 10 Pieces of Modern Day Health Propaganda

By Makia Freeman | Contributing writer for Wake Up World Health propaganda is pervasive. There are many misconceptions, omissions, distortions and lies surrounding the issue of health and medicine. Many are propagated by those who own Big Pharma (i.e. the Rockefellers and their ilk) who set the platform for Allopathy or Western Medicine to assume …

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Jul 26

Could Sound Therapy Be The New Anti-Depressant?

The Mayo Clinic defines depression as: “A mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems.” More than just a case of feeling sad …

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Jul 26

What is freedom?

by Brian Thompson True freedom is being free from the search for freedom. It is the end of all restless and anxious desire. It is the end of confusion. It is the end of any imagined sense of lack. It is no longer allowing oneself to be relative to the contents of their reactive and …

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Jul 26

The bizarre physics of fire ants

They’re not just an animal, they’re a material. And that’s got engineers interested.  

Jul 24

If you say that getting money is the most important…

 

Jul 24

Knowing – Sevan Bomar on Beyond the Veil Radio

A rough draft of the Cosmic Metaphysical Magnum Opus  

Jul 23

Zen and Quantum Physics

The following is excerpted from The Everything Answer Book: How Quantum Science Explains Love, Death, and the Meaning of Life by Amit Goswami PhD, published by Hampton Roads Publishing. Zen Buddhism contains many parallels to quantum physics in the way it introduces the basic ideas of spiritual duality— heaven and earth, transcendent and immanent. For …

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Jul 23

Your Words Are Like Orders Placed With The Universe

The Power of the Spoken Word Most people have no idea how of the power of their spoken words.  Your words are magnetic affirmations that draw to you the very things you talk about.  This is because the words you speak are simply a mirror of your thoughts and beliefs, and these are what define …

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Jul 23

The Imperative to live without constant Narrative

Stop thinking and rest in Eternity  

Jul 22

The Zen Thinking Podcast — Episode 73 — A Quiet Contemplation of Self-Inquiry

Join me in a meditation of Self, an inquiry into understanding the true nature of this knowing presence that you are and that I am. Self-Inquiry, otherwise known as atma-vichara in Sanskrit, is a tool used in Advaita Vedanta’s seminal practice of Jnana Yoga, which is the Yoga of Wisdom. This wisdom is not of …

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Jul 21

Where To Next?

by Visionkeeper We here in America are seeing a great deal of chaos swirling out of control and yet nobody is asking why, just like the opioid crisis that everyone is screaming about to fix it, yet nobody asks why there is a Opioid crisis in the first place. What is causing it? What is …

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Jul 21

The Journey: just like flying

Whether we know or not, each of us is on a journey. Even when you touch presence, that’s not the end, just the beginning. It’s not a fixed journey, it’s constantly shifting and changing according to the realisations we make. Destiny is not a destination, but a way of being. There’s a constant underlying pull …

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Jul 21

How We Create Our Own Pain

by Ben Schwalb Most of our suffering is self-inflicted. How does this happen? It all starts with desire: we want something. Then we make a leap from desire to belief: we believe that our desire should be fulfilled. We “should” lose weight. We “should not” eat that dessert. Someone “should” invite us to their party. …

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Jul 21

Precognition and Remote Viewing: Tom Campbell

 

Jul 20

Living From Your Soul Vs. Living From Your Ego

 

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