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Subtle Energy Technology and the Ancients

There is a subtle energy that exists which can be felt and measured scientifically all around the planet. Mainstream science has generally dismissed this energy and only now are

The Pyramid of Khafre and the Great Sphinx of ...

The Pyramid of Khafre and the Great Sphinx of Giza on the Giza Plateau, Cairo, Egypt.. Deutsch: Die Große Sphinx von Gizeh vor der Chephren-Pyramide, der mittleren der Pyramiden von Gizeh am westlichen Rand des Niltals. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

beginning to understand that this energy can be palpable and that it can be harnessed and that free energy has always existed.

As we advance technologically we have increased our understanding of how many forces interact with each other and the effects of those interactions. We also tend to believe our ancient ancestors were not very technical at all. There are so many megalithic structures around the globe which tend to show our ancestors not only were technically advanced, but in some ways, even more so than we are today.

Humans are smart and we have advanced our society because of the advancements we were able to make. Feeding more people using less land. Simplifying our daily lives with machines capable of doing much of the work man and beast used to do. Building marvelous structures and creating them in ways that afford safety and security for its inhabitants and those living nearby. We are learning so much about the human body and its magnificent construction and abilities and those of many of the animals alive today and those which existed at some point in our past. Man today, doesn’t have the best eyesight or hearing ability or smelling  potentials as we know many creatures which have systems far better than those we have. Yet we are truly remarkably designed.

Our design and abilities have basically allowed us to overcome our perceived weaknesses and control and become the dominant force on our planet. Many animals which can easily kill us are under our subjection and their lives are determined by the actions we take as humans have become the dominant force. We literally can eliminate threats from animals which could kill us and we decide their fate and can decide whether they live or die as a species.

Some of the most fascinating breakthroughs we have discovered surrounds man’s past and understanding how we have advanced through the millenia. The one thing that has always marked our progress is our ability to adapt and learn and feed on that new-found knowledge to continue our advancement. There have always been periods where this knowledge has been repressed and advancement was stymied by others who would prefer there be no change as this would change the power they wielded over other men. The powerful has always tried to keep up their power no matter the harm caused to others.

Today is no different in that powerful men are trying to stop advancements which may take control over others away from them. Oil is just one such outdated power that is being forced upon us when there are better forms of energy which are free to the people but which does not allow for the power of oil to bind us to the mercy of those in charge. Change always happens no matter what and those in power always change when new technologies bring others to power.

All Giza Pyramids in one shot. Русский: Все пи...

All Giza Pyramids in one shot. Русский: Все пирамиды Гизы на изображении. Español: Las Pirámides de Guiza (Egipto). Français : Les Pyramides de Gizeh (Egypte). Català: Les Piràmides de Giza, a Egipte. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By studying our past we can truly see how periods of growth were generally followed by periods of darkness and grief as those in power prevented their own power loss at the cost of others. But we also find that OUR ANCESTORS WERE SMARTER THAN WE GENERALLY GIVE THEM CREDIT FOR.

This video is a look at ancient Egypt and it brings to light how we at a time in the past expressed abilities far superior than we even  do today and how that knowledge is being kept from us to keep us in the dark about a time in our past when humans used very technical technologies to live their lives.

A Different Story About Ancient Egypt and Our Origins

As we learn more about our past it is clear to see our ancestors clearly were more advanced than they are given credit for by mainstream scientist of today. And while this denial continues even in the face of verifiable evidence continues, we (mankind) will stay in the dark as to our true potential.

Let’s look to a future when clean magnetic based energies are free to everyone and those life concerns are not a concern and we can use our energy to further our abilities and what and where this extra growth could take us. The galaxy is at our feet and we can do so much more if we are not hindered by the selfishness of a few who want to rule us as slaves.

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A Message of Hope

We are all linked together in this great cosmos. We are linked with each other and with nature. We are one, united in this great cause, and meditation can be our key to success. As more

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God the Father 01 (Photo credit: Waiting For The Word)

studies prove the benefits of meditation for ourselves, those around us, the planet and even on the galaxy itself, then we will be forced to recognize, there are some things physical science does not even begin to understand. And basing your life on pure science, will get you killed in the long run.

Understanding God is not found in that science. Even in the micro sciences, only so much can be discovered. Without accepting how our heart and then our mind can change the realities around us can we finally start to begin learning how it that God exists and rules from a realm we can not see. Only then can we find the truths of existence and how life comes into being.

Do not be mis-led, God does exist! God is love and God is perfect. Humans have a tendency to dismiss what they don’t know as a possibility. Well, God does exist. and if we fall short there will be a price exacted for that shortfall.

A Message of Hope

An enlightened being will have more than five senses to base the realities of  life with/on. Thirty or forty thousand years ago, a much more enlightened human existed and until we get back to that state, don’t be fooled by those who make decisions based on the five senses we attribute our ability to. There is just so much more we need to learn and basing our understanding and beliefs on what we know today versus what we still need to learn can and will only lead you down a path of death and destruction. It is time to expand what we have been taught so we can start to understand where we can actually end up.

Marijuana is a vegetable ripe for juicing!

New studies prove marijuana (freshly harvested) has great properties for

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English: A photograph of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) in Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge. A photograph of a cannabis plant. The photo at that site is marked as being copyright-free, and is credited to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. A thumbnail of this photo was originally uploaded to the English Wikipedia by User:AxelBoldt. Ελληνικά: κάνναβη (κάνναβις) – Μαριχουάνα (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

healing every cell type in  your body when juiced like other vegetables. The psychotropic effects are not there until the plant is dried and then heated. That turns into THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). But in its pure form before drying, It is a miraculous vegetable.

Marijuana Study

It is long past time to end this war on drugs, especially Marijuana.

Father of the Year….or Father for Today?

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Happy Fathers Day to every father out there. There has always been a distinction between a father and a dad. Hopefully it reminds more fathers of their responsibility to be dad or daddy.

“Any man can be a father.  But it takes someone special to be a Dad”—Anne Geddes

We need successful fathers today more than we have ever needed them.

 

This week I had the privilege of attending a gala dinner to honor four men who had been selected as the Father of the Year by a large non-profit organization.  One of them was the father of an Olympian, another a professional athlete, another a man who had built a great construction company while raising 3 outstanding children, and another was a young man who clearly had balanced his life priorities to spend quality time with his four young children.  Each of these fathers was complimented by a wife and mother to whom they paid special tribute.Father - Daughter Picture iStock_000019778491XSmall

 

One of the children of each man was selected to give a short tribute to their fathers.  The Olympian didn’t talk about her father as someone who drove her, both literally and authoritatively, to become a world record holder at age 17.  Instead she talked about her father as “my best friend” and described the affection and emotional support she received from him.  She told of how she had learned to set goals and sacrifice because of the model her father was.

Watching videos describing how each man had exemplified the traits each of us would ascribe to a successful father, and then hearing the real-time emotion in the voices of the children and fathers, was most inspiring.  It left me to reflect on whether we need more Fathers of the Year or more Fathers for Today.

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Today is Father’s Day.  And, each moment of each day presents each father with the gift of time…the gift of myriad opportunities to be a positive and sustaining influence in the life of his child or children.

 

Not all men have the privilege of being fathers.  And, not all fathers exercise the privilege of fatherhood.  But as David Blankenhorn, in his book entitled Fatherless America warns, “Fatherlessness” is “the most harmful demographic trend of this generation” and the leading cause of damage to children….It is the engine driving our most urgent social problems, from crime to adolescent pregnancy to child sexual abuse to domestic violence…”

May all fathers on this Father’s Day reflect on how they can be the most effective Father forToday.  And may those men who have not had the privilege of having children, reflect on how you might extend a positive fatherly influence into the lives of those children who are cursed with “Fatherlessness”.

“Not every successful man is a Dad.  But every great Dad is a successful man”—John A. Warnick

 

 

 

    

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Books, Helping our children grow – “The Gift of Reading”

This is blogged from a friend of mine. Aman with a big heart and a love for his children, grand children and all children.- Thank You John.

All of us wish our children develop and grow and prosper in life. Maintaining a close relationship with us (the parents). No better way than the gift of reading. Start early and continue daily. You’ll discover you are looking forward to these times much as the kids are looking forward to the reading time.

The Gift of Reading

Hearing words over and over helps [your child] become familiar with them. Reading to your baby is one of the best ways to help her learn.”—The Federal Department of Education, 2003

Inspired by my friend Hartley Goldstone’s story of how he and his wife were able to create a bond between their   children and their parents, who lived a great distance from Hartley Readingand his family, by asking his parents and in-laws to tape record their reading of a favorite childhood book, I recently took two of my grandsons to Barnes & Noble.  We headed straight to the children’s section.  I encouraged my young grandsons to pick out one or two books that they would like to have me read to them.  Before I knew it we had eight or ten books stacked high on a table.  We went through a final filtering process to winnow the book selections to a number more consistent with my initial “relationship investment budget.”  And then we headed to their home where I sat down with them to go through their books.

I wish now that I had taken the time to write a special inscription inside each book. Not just a “For Jack, with all my love, Abo” but a personalized expression of the hope I have that this book will contribute in a small way to their acquiring a zest for reading and a love for learning.

According to the American Association of Pediatrics, reading is a significant aid in brain development and encourages a solidifying, emotional bond between parent and child. They recommend a daily routine of reading for infants as well as older children. The Department of Education in 2003 suggested that we begin reading to infants as early as six months after birth.  Unfortunately, the American Association of Pediatric estimates that only 50% of parents read to their children every day.Reading 2

A child’s love for reading grows when the words on the page come to life through experiences shared as a   family.  For example, after reading Eric Carle’s Ten Little Rubber Ducksto your toddler, you can learn all about real ducks and go on a family outing to feed the ducks at a nearby pond. Or, after reading Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon you could take your child to the zoo or fill a balloon with helium and release it near your home and safely follow it as far as you can (there is a small balloon in almost every scene in Goodnight Moon and I challenge my grandsons to spot that obscure object on each page).

Other helpful tips from the Department of Education to prepare your child or grandchild to read include the following:

  • · Using sounds, songs, gestures, and words that rhyme to help your baby learn about language and its many uses.
  • · Pointing out the printed words in your home and other places you take your child, such as the grocery store.
  • · Spending as much time listening to your child as you do talking to her.
  • · Taking children’s books and writing materials with you whenever you leave home. This gives your child fun activities to entertain and occupy her while traveling and running errands.
  • · Creating a quiet, special place in your home for your child to read, write, and draw.
  • · Keeping books and other reading materials where your child can easily reach them. Having her own bookshelf or small bookcase will not only make her feel special, but will also communicate to her that reading is special.
  • · Reading books, newspapers and magazines yourself, so that your child can see that reading is important.
  • · Limiting the amount and type of television you and your child watch.

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”—Dr. Seuss

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Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – An Awakening

Spiritual Empowerment comes from the Inner World, Not from the Outer World.“one who looks outside dreams, one who looks inside awakes.” If you are looking to awaken oneself, one must look within, for it is the inner world you need to awaken.

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Sigmund Freud Quote (Photo credit: Psychology Pictures)

Happiness is not found in the Outer World. We live our lives seeking what is already within ourselves. New Scientific studies show how our mind makes connections. Neuroplasticity conveys the idea that the physical wiring of the brain changes according to the thoughts moving through it.

Neurons that fire together, wire together. This means it is literally possible to direct your own subjective experience of reality. If your thoughts are mostly of fear and anxiety, you will grow the wiring for those thoughts. Similarly if your thoughts are of Love and joy,you create the wiring for repeating those experiences.

That is not the same as saying you create your own reality by positive thinking. Instead it is more like the Buddha taught. Inside meditation is a self-directed Neuroplasticity. You accept your reality exactly as it actually is. BUT YOU EXPERIENCE IT AT THE ROOT LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS AT THE VIBRATORY OR ENERGETIC LEVEL WITHOUT THE INFLUENCE OF THOUGHT. Through sustained attention at the root level, the wiring for a new perception of reality is created.

Our notions of this mind made physical world is filtered through our senses and is always incomplete. All things in the universe vibrate. Your Chakras filter vibrations.The vibration may be at different rates and frequencies.Through our six senses, not five as we commonly believe, because thought in the Vedic is considered to be a sense. We have raised thought above our senses and identify ourselves with our thoughts. Thoughts are received from the same vibratory source as the other five senses receive.

So it is not that what the eye can see, but that whereby the eye can see. Not that which the ear can hear, but that whereby the ear can hear. Not that which speech can illuminate, but by that which speech is illuminated, Not that which the mind can think, but that the mind can think.

We try to quantify and qualify our world. That is the scientific way. But happiness is not found on the outside but on the inside. The extra thoughts do not make you happy but actually separates you from the truth. We spend our time fixing the problems we created by thought by using thought. A never-ending cycle. This is our ego reaching out to answer something which can only be answered from within.

To end suffering, you must be awake. To be awake, you must quiet the mind. Quieting the mind awakens who you really are. Learning to meditate properly will help you awaken to the real you. It was the famous psychiatrist Carl Jung who said, “one who looks outside dreams, one who looks inside awakes.” It is not wrong to want to be awake, to be happy. What is wrong is to look for happiness outside when it can only be found inside.

Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds

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