I’m back but I have to warn you I did enjoy my little break, maybe I need to do an intense bit of writing then actually have a holiday. Maybe then I will find the time to look at the other aspects of writing that I’d like to follow-up, at the moment a lot of my focus is on my relationship and that’s ok. We are living in a bush paradise for a little bit longer and to be in that lovely environment together is a bit like being on holiday even though it’s home for a few months. A good time to be deepening into our relationship, teaching together will be different yet again but we seem to make a good team so I am confident about the outcome.
So the times they are a changing and in actual fact it is more extreme now than it was when Bob Dylan sang that song, we all need to be able to be flexible in our selves and in the way that we navigate life. Life has never been so complex and yet the intrinsic values of belonging, giving and receiving of love, sense of purpose, contributing to others well-being, is not so hard to follow, once you have shifted the old mindset. So don’t be afraid to do things that take you out of your comfort zone, there are lots of methods out there that will help you to experience deeper realities that lie beneath the so-called rational world.
So whatever your particular circumstances prepare to be challenged in some way if you have the courage to truly engage with life, it can be scary sometimes but I’ve found more light and laughter on the other side so that helps me to get through the uncomfortable bits. The more of us who operate in these kinds of ways, and there really are very many methods to access other states of consciousness, the more that information will go into the morphogenetic field that Rupert Sheldrake proved the existence of with mathematics. We really do have an impact on our environment so why not try to find more harmonious ways of operating in the world where everyone gets what they need to live.
Listen to this overview of morphogenetic fields from Rupert Sheldrake, with music and psychedelic images, if you like this then I also recommend that you look up Rupert’s conversation with Bruce Lipton:
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I listen to the voices in my head, does that make me mad? What’s more I tend to follow the advice that they give me, they never tell me to do anything that would harm myself or another living creature, in fact I find that what they tell me is usually in alignment with who I am as a spiritual and ethical being in the world. Yet most of those highly respected people who wear white coats and take charge of all the healing, would probably want to drag me away to a padded cell if they knew what goes on inside my mind.
So I don’t tell them, not that having voices in your head is necessarily a healthy phenomenon, but I know that I am sane, probably more sane than many of the people in white coats. I know that to be healthy I need to eat whole foods, reduce as much as possible the amount of stress I am experiencing, let go of thoughts that cause me suffering. I always come back to the fact that it is my perception that governs the kind of world that I create for myself, anything is possible if you believe that it can be true. Pay attention to your mind in the right way, and utopia is not only possible, but inevitable, hence my reliance on the voices in my head, they are a force for good.
Sounds easy doesn’t it, but in practical terms it takes a lot of focus and determination and what I like to call sheer bloody mindedness! We are indoctrinated in the first years of our life and we learn things like, ‘When I get sick I need to go to the doctor’, and so we believe that we are dependant on someone else for our healing. And so it goes, we are encouraged to be dependant rather than responsible for our own health and happiness, on all levels of our being. And most people buy into this story, no wonder there is such a lot of unhappiness in the world!
Bruce Lipton has written books on the subject of our beliefs and evolution and epigenetics, books such as “The Biology of Belief”, and “Spontaneous Evolution”, and is a very inspiring speaker who makes this information very accessible. This interview is 50 minutes long and well worth watching, check it out!
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