Monday, September 30, 2013

Good Stuff.

1. Do not regret your past, make peace with it. If you dwell on and regret your past, you are adding suffering to your present.Using the past as a reference point to make adjustments is a great way to learn and grow as a person. But regretting, judging and lingering in the past will only create more suffering in each moment you spend there.
2. What others think of you is none of your business. It’s easy to be concerned with what others think of us. I think we all experience this at one time or another. Realize that we can’t control the perceptions of others or what they will think of us. Do what you find joy in and be true to yourself, if others don’t like that, then that’s OK. Giving up your joy and truth to please others will only create suffering once again.
3. Time heals everything, so give it time.Time can be a great healer, but I also feel it’s important to observe ourselves when we feel we need healing. Burying things over time leaves us susceptible to the same suffering if we don’t first address the cause. A breakup, a lost job, family or friend challenges, whatever the case may be, first observe what you are feeling and determine if a belief system about the situation is making you feel down. When you’ve done your own internal work, let time do the rest. Go on with life and find joy in other things, it’s a great way to move forward!
4. Avoid comparing your life to others lives. Your journey is unique and so is theirs. This is another easy one to get caught in at times, especially when something isn’t going as we might have expected. Just as we shouldn’t rely on our expectations, we also shouldn’t get caught up in comparing our lives and situations to others. We all go through challenges and each are right for each person. We learn, grow and enlighten ourselves by overcoming our challenges, which is precisely why we are here. Many times we compare out of a lack of self love. Is there ever a reason not to truly love yourself? No.
5. Get out of your mind! You don’t need to think and analyze everything so much. Answers will come when they need to.We have a tough time with this as we often feel that we are our thoughts. We can drive ourselves crazy in tough times if we keep analyzing and re-analyzing situations and feelings. We will likely create an even bigger challenge than what we initially had. Quiet the mind, find peace in surrendering to what is going on. When you are resisting the least, the answers come.
6. You have to find your joy in life, no one is responsible for providing it or finding it for you.We can easily get caught in the idea of chasing happiness or trying to have others supply it for us. Happiness can be based on conditions. If a certain outcome plays out, I am happy, if the opposite plays out, I am sad. If I get this job, toy, car, house, etc, I will finally be happy. Instead find peace and joy in whatever plays out, this comes from not judging everything and going for what you want to in life. Understand that each outcome is a growing opportunity for us. Deep down, discover the peace and joy that you already are, it’s not outside of you.
7. Know that you don’t own all the problems in the world. Sometimes it can feel like things are constantly happening to us. The truth is, we all go through challenges and we are all here to support each other through them. Try not to get caught up in the idea of being a victim to your circumstance, this again is another belief system that creates suffering-

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Freedon from The Know - Krishanamurti

All outward forms of change brought about by wars, revolutions, reformations, laws and ideologies have failed completely to change the basic nature of man and therefore of society. As human beings living in this monstrously ugly world, let us ask ourselves, can this society, based on competition, brutality and fear, come to an end? Not as an intellectual conception, not as a hope, but as an actual fact, so that the mind is made fresh, new and innocent and can bring about a different world altogether? It can only happen, I think, if each one of us recognizes the central fact that we, as individuals, as human beings, in whatever part of the world we happen to live or whatever culture we happen to belong to, are totally responsible for the whole state of the world.

We are each one of us responsible for every war because of the aggressiveness of our own lives, because of our nationalism, our selfishness, our gods, our prejudices, our ideals, all of which divide us. And only when we realize, not intellectually but actually, as actually as we would recognize that we are hungry or in pain, that you and I are responsible for all this existing chaos, for all the misery throughout the entire world because we have contributed to it in our daily lives and are part of this monstrous society with its wars, divisions, its ugliness, brutality and greed— only then will we act.

But what can a human being do—what can you and I do—to create a completely different society? We are asking ourselves a very serious question. Is there anything to be done at all? What can we do? Can you and I, then, bring about in ourselves without any outside influence, without any persuasion, without any fear of punishment—can we bring about in the very essence of our being a total revolution, a psychological mutation, so that we are no longer brutal, violent, competitive,anxious, fearful,greedy, envious and all the rest of the manifestations of our nature which have built up the rotten society in which we live our daily lives?

A man who says, 'I want to change, tell me how to', seems very earnest, very serious, but he is not. He wants an authority that he hopes will bring about order in him. But can authority ever bring about inward order? Order imposed from without must always breed disorder.

You may see the truth of this intellectually but can you actually apply it so that your mind no longer projects any authority, the authority of a book, a teacher, a wife or husband, a parent, a friend or of society? Because we have always functioned within the pattern of a formula, the formula becomes the ideology and the authority; but the moment you really see that the question, 'How can I change?' sets up a new authority, you have finished with authority for ever.

What we are now going to do, therefore, is to learn about ourselves, not according to me or to some analyst or philosopher—because if we learn about ourselves according to someone else, we learn about them, not ourselves— we are going to learn what we actually are.

Having realized that we can depend on no outside authority in bringing about a total revolution within the structure of our own psyche, there is the immensely greater difficulty of rejecting our own inward authority, the authority of our own particular little experiences and accumulated opinions, knowledge, ideas and ideals. You had an experience yesterday which taught you something and what it taught you becomes a new authority—and that authority of yesterday is as destructive as the authority of a thousand years. To understand ourselves needs no authority either of yesterday or of a thousand years because we are living things, always moving, flowing and never resting. When we look at ourselves with the dead authority of yesterday we will fail to understand the living movement and the beauty and quality of that movement.

To be free of all authority, of your own and that of another, is to die to everything of yesterday, so that your mind is always fresh, always young, innocent, full of vigour and passion.

It is only in that state that one learns and observes. And for this a great deal of awareness is required, actual awareness of what is going on inside yourself, with¬out correcting it or telling it what it should or, should not be, because the moment you correct it you have established another authority, a censor.

So now we are going to investigate ourselves together— not one person explaining while you read, agreeing or disagreeing with him as you follow the words on the page, but taking a journey together, a journey of discovery into the most secret corners of our minds. And to take such a journey we must travel light; we cannot be burdened with opinions, prejudices and conclusions—all that old furniture we have collected for the last two thousand years and more. Forget all you know about yourself; forget all you have ever thought about yourself; we are going to start as if we knew nothing.

It rained last night heavily, and now the skies are beginning to clear; it is a new fresh day. Let us meet that fresh day as if it were the only day. Let us start on our journey together with all the remembrance of yesterday left behind —and begin to understand ourselves for the first time.

 In this there is no teacher; no pupil…there is no leader. There is no guru. There is no master, no savior...You yourself are the teacher and the pupil; you are the master, you are the guru, you are the leader. You are everything! And… to understand is to transform what is.

Gregg Braden

Astronauts Returning To Earth

Saturday, September 21, 2013

The 10 US Corporations Currently in the Bilderberg Group...

Chairman: Henri de Castries
*Evercore Partners  
(investment banking firm)
(financial services company)
*Johnson Capital
(commercial real estate capital advisory service)
*Hudson Institute
(think tank and public research organization?!)
*Carnegie Endowment for International Peace?!
(foreign-policy think tank)
*American Enterprise Institute
(american think tank)
*Thiel Capital
(hedge fund manager, venture capitalist and paypal founder)
*The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace
("public policy research center devoted to advanced study of politics, economics, and political economy—both domestic and foreign—as well as international affairs.")

Bilderberg Meetings 

The Bilderberg Group


Bilderberg Group Confrontations/Kissenger/NWO

"In Haig's presence, Kissenger referred pointedly to military men as 'dumb, stupid animals to be used' as pawns for foreign policy." - From Book, The Final Days, by Bob Woodward

“The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer.” -Kissenger from March 10, 1975 Meeting With Turkish Foreign Minister Melih Esenbel in Ankara, Turkey

"The pioneers of a warless world are the youth who refuse military service." - Einstein

"One does not make wars less likely by formulating rules of warfare... War cannot be humanized. It can only be eliminated..."-Einstein

Who decides who will live and die? I wonder if the Illuminati and NWO are planning on killing off the rich people......WoW #NWO #MindControl #MartialLaw #De-Population #Hope?...

HSBC Banksters Funding Terrorists...

Top 10 media manipulation strategies. By Noam Chomsky

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Simultaneous Comedy and Horror...#WWIII #NWO #Obedience #Ignorance

Definitely didn't see myself laughing about the beginning of the NWO takeover and WWIII, but this shit is brilliantly hilarious!