Passionate feelings can make you sick or motivate you to be as well as you can be. It depends on the feelings. But for sure, you choose them and thus whether you will go one way or the other. No one else can control your feelings unless you allow it.
We have 100% choice in every situation. If you don’t know how you feel, just ask your body. Lay down, close your eyes and start with a body scan. How does each part feel? Whose mind and heart is in charge of your body? How did it get this way? You don’t need anyone else to understand your process or feel what you feel.
Part of becoming mindful and tuned in as a conscious actor is to claim responsibility for the connection between your Mind and Heart and your body. You run your body. No one else owns you unless you’ve let them. That is what you need to figure out. If you’ve let someone else set your agenda, that will make you sick because YOUR SOUL, YOUR MIND needs to set its own course; not family, friends, society, or the church.
The challenge here is that our society has taught us to give our selves and our power OVER to outside forces and others and allow ourselves to be used. That’s how power is hoarded by the few. We give it to them. That is materialism and it’s full of lies. Allowing yourself to be a victim will make you sick and you can stop it by becoming in tune with YOUR feelings and then deciding how you want to feel. Your body will literally tell you the truth directly or you’ll receive the information any number of ways.
Our bodies’ DNA (in its current human form) is a million years old so it knows what to do. In a sense, it does have a mind of its own that we need to respect. It does love you or it would have left you by now via death. It really can’t do that without your permission and is here to serve your intentions, mission, and consciousness. Do you love it back? Our bodies need us to listen so it can make us whole and joyful.
I found the Dreamspell right as it came out in 1991, living in Sedona, AZ at the time. The mathematical precision and alignment of time hit me as great truth back then, even a memory that I already knew this information. I’ve been using and tracking every day of my life since 1991 using the 13 moons. I feel it in my body and experience sychronicity every day. The fourth dimensional codes are real.
The third dimension is space and the fourth dimension is time. This article shows you that when you follow a 12-month religious calendar put in place by Pope Gregory (Gregorian calendar) and the 60 minute hour, you’re using space to track time and it keeps you stuck in the third dimension forever. That’s why events keep repeating themselves, war continues, and time is money instead of time being creative and free. The Church and the State want it that way. Whoever controls your time controls your mind.
José Arguelles may not have been right or true about every last bit and he has his detractors, but without his work, we’d have nothing to detract from. I honor him as my teacher and I’m a grateful student. It is wise to glean all the details so that your refutation at least shows that you did your homework.
Resonant Moon 15, Kin 246 (January 24, 2018) marks the 79th birthday of Jose Arguelles/Valum Votan. His original Vision stands true today and his work deserves to be well studied. Here is an excerpt from Time, Synchronicity and Calendar Change: the Visionary Life and Work of Jose Arguelles in honor of his solar return. Awakening to the Synchronic Order
Virtual reality shows that we are starved for release into a parallel world, an imaginal realm that is not just a rejection of our worst nightmares, but of our highest most sublime aspirations.
There will come a time when the birds will fall from the trees, the rivers will be poisoned and the wolves will die in the forests. But then the warriors of the rainbow will appear and save the world.
—Prophecy of the Cree Indians
One time is ending, but another is just beginning, an entirely new…
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I don’t know if I feel immense joy or the tail end of some small grief when I listen to this. Sometimes it’s the same thing in this life. What I do know is that Nature and its turnings are so beautiful and heal everything. In its ice and frigid wind, in the heat of the sun and dry sand, the eruption of inner volcanoes and burning fires, it always changes like our hearts, like our children, like our lives. What a ride. Enjoy!
As I move through this book, reading it, I’ll blog about it and share some of what I’m reading. Synchronistically she starts off this section, called “Romance of the Opiate Receptor” with the title “Destiny”. Destiny is what the Tzolkin theme plexes are all about as I post those on here daily as well. Please check them out. It will help set your day on the beam.
The first thing she relays is being on her back in the hospital after falling off of a horse and being put on Talwin, a morphine derivative and loving the euphoric state it put her in. I sure didn’t after my ectopic pregnancy surgery in 1996 that saved my life. I was on a morphine pump and all it did was cut the pain a bit, but it was my birthday, after all, the day I had to get out of the hospital bed and walk. Three days later after I’d gotten home the pain was almost gone. Still, I did not have a great opioid trip. Drugs have never affected me in a beneficial way as an HSP (highly sensitive person). Laughter, hugs, friends, and sex affect my receptors.
As I read, she is happily in a lab in John Hopkins University under the exciting tutelage of Solomon H. Snyder who was on the leading edge of experimentation in neuropharmacology. The philosophy in the lab had everything to do with instinct;
“Do not accept the conventional wisdom, do not accept the idea that something can’t be accomplished because the scientific literature says it can’t. Trust your instincts. Allow yourself a wide latitude in your speculations. Don’t depend on the literature-it could be right or it could be completely wrong. Spread all your hunches out before you, and go with the ones that you think are most probable. Select the one that you can test easily and quickly. Don’t assume it has to be overly complicated to be of value since often the simplest experiment yields the most unequivocal result. Just do the experiment! And if you can keep it to a one-day experiment, so much the better.”
To be continued…
Yes! We do! We are really going through the ringer right now in the U.S. with the bricks of abuse and sexual harassment falling out of patriarchy. This is going to be a short blog because I have just one thing to say;
Even though I do believe that on the whole women tend to be the dominant species in terms of civility, ability, reason, intuition, communication, and leadership, I very much like and respect men as a species. Many women don’t! Like most people, I hold gender equity as an ideal and I shoot for that in my personal life. I really don’t want to live with a male partner that I can trump in most ways, yet, that has been the case for me and it sucks. As a female, I’m not turned on by that. But submissive doesn’t work either. I want shared power. So, I’m looking for an exceptional man who won’t fear my strength but won’t take advantage of my vulnerabilities, call me names, or be emotionally abusive because of mama trauma drama unresolved.
Patriarchy has essentially been a chance for males to catch up with females and I think they’ve done a pretty fair job. I am definitely one of the women that don’t want men to get any more “feminine” than they already are, nor do I think women need to get any more “masculine” than they already tend to be. Let’s have a stopping point here before we stop lusting for each other.
I’m extremely impressed with this website. It’s cogent, professional, rational, reasonable…not very sexy at all. Definitely relationship material for something long term that could eventually smolder. Check it out!
This is just the first suggestion as you scroll down. Maybe I’ll e-mail this to my Federal Representatives and Senators.
From the article:
What SHOULD we do?
- First, we need to look for areas of common ground that we can build on. There actually are several. One is grief. We are all grief-stricken about what happened in Las Vegas, just as we were for high-profile events from earlier—Sandy Hook, the Aurora Theatre shootings, and Columbine High School, for example. A second commonality is a fear and the strong human need for safety. Events like these make everyone afraid, and the desire for safety or security is a fundamental need that all humans share. So, we need to build on our grief and our fear to bring people together, not to tear us further apart.
The second area of common ground ought to be respect for the Constitution, the rule of law, the legislative process, and court decisions. This means respect for the Second Amendment as it is now interpreted by the courts and how it may be interpreted by the courts in the future. It also implies a commitment to work within the system to advocate for one’s preferred interpretation.
There should also be common ground with respect to the need for a clear boundary between Second Amendment gun rights and military-class weapons that should not be accessible to the general public.
It’s assumed that in any conflict based on values and politics, that people take sides. Whether they voice their opinion or not, we know human beings are not naturally impartial. We all have an opinion and feelings behind those opinions. What we always fail to do is listen to each other if we don’t agree or to hold the value of give and take or take and give as the case may be.
I don’t do that. I listen to my patients spouting things on the table in treatment all the time that I don’t agree with. But I know that humans are not by nature rational; they are by nature emotional…every last one of us. When there is pain or illness in the body, it’s emotional based, so I let them vent and remain detached as a professional practitioner. They’re not paying me to have an opinion on how they feel.
That’s why this page (the link) is so important. It’s impartial, neutral, above the fray in its approach. That is not to say the writers don’t have personal opinions. They just know that their personal opinions won’t get anyone anywhere. That’s what FB is for right?
Facebookers are just posturing, spreading some real, some fake news and venting. It might be interesting for sociologists to read but I just scroll past whatever I’m not interested in. Knowing that is part of being a mature adult and deciding to contribute to problem-solving rather than feeling the need to prove that your point is right all the time. Everybody thinks they’re right…from their point of view…which is myopic.
Being a mediator or a diplomat means you stand at the peak of the mountain seeing both sides, and both sides stand below in the valley duking it out with rules of engagement. Sometimes just duking it out will resolve it but if there are guns involved no way, no how.
So someone…please mediate this issue, let’s find common ground as Americans and stop reliving these massacres and thinking we can pray our way out while our heads are in the sand.
Take a look at that website! It’s awesome.
This is a “tree” that shows where intuition fits, historically, into the sciences and how the sciences are actually offspring or children of philosophy.
All intellectual disciplines start with Philosophy. Ph.D. behind a person’s name means Doctor of Philosophy no matter what field their major is. Its namesake is Philo of Alexandria who was a Hellenistic Jew who wanted to create harmony, maybe in a contrived fashion?, between Judaism and Greek Philosophy.
- Logic-the attempt to codify the rules of rational thought. Here is where formal, informal, symbolic, and mathematical logic fits.
- Epistemology-the study of knowledge itself, which to me sounds like gazing at your navel. Religionists, agnostics, and atheists exist on this spectrum. Here is where all the branches of religion fit.
- Metaphysics-the study of the nature of things. This one is my favorite, of course, being holistic. Branches are cosmology and ontology. Here is where all of the natural sciences fit under cosmology. The life sciences, physical science, physics, astronomy, chemistry, earth. If these are subdivided, they are fields.
- Axiology is the philosophical study of value. It is either the collective term for ethics and aesthetics, philosophical fields that depend crucially on notions of worth, or the foundation for these fields and thus similar to value theory and meta-ethics. Ethics and Aesthetics are it’s two main branches. On the chart, the box that says Ethics could say Axiology. Here is where all law science, art, and aesthetics fit.
Intuition comes under ontology and metaphysics, then down to philosophy of mind, then down to the philosophy of psychology. You’ll see it sits right on the shelf with the philosophy of science equally. It then goes down that track and merges under the philosophy of science track with the science of psychology. Psychology is a SCIENCE that comes from the philosophy of mind. So, let’s have some respect here. It’s not in a mushy bog. It has to get through the rigors of the scientific method as well.
You’ll notice the five categories under the philosophy of science. There is a biased preponderance on this category, I believe due to Newtonian materialism. That is shifting now. The field of quantum physics is impressing on all the science categories now and shaking them up. In addition, that one field is also impacting the philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, AND the parent field of Metaphysics. So give the quantum physicists all the ribbing you want. Those folks are on the leading edge. More power to them.
This is from Part III
“The lavender spring lilac is my favorite flower. The soft purple color and the fragrant smell are as calming and nurturing to me as if I were wrapped in a quilt. I missed that smell when I lived in the Southwest with its stimulating green eucalyptus scents. I was elated driving through the lush greenery of Southern Missouri in 1995 on my way home from the West Coast, the smell of moist earth all around me. The air was my lunch no utensils necessary. In my travels, I’d driven Highway Fortytwicec now. I was hoping the sight of the never-ending stretch of black highway, tires spinning with my restless soul would be the last.”
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