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Genetically modified people: what could go wrong? Genes, genes, genes: hype, hype, hype Notes on Brave New World, against which freedom is the prime option Freedom to refuse— by Jon Rappoport…
This is the dream and this is the dreamer for five minutes A crazy poem…and explaining the poem… By Jon Rappoport Whenever I need to remind myself of the essentials, I return t…
“Make all decisions from pure love and the world will change”
“Love is often presented as the opposite of fear, but true love is not opposite anything. True love is far more powerful than any negative emotions, as it is the environment in which all things arise. Negative emotions are like sharks swimming in the ocean of love.
All things beautiful and fearful, ugly and kind, powerful and small, come into existence, do their thing, and disappear within the context of this great ocean. At the same time, they are made of the very love in which they swim and can never be separated. We are made of this love and live our whole lives at one with it, whether we know it or not.
It is only the illusion that we are separate from this great love that causes us to believe that choosing anything other than love makes sense or is even possible. In the relative, dualistic world of positive and negative, darkness and light, male and female, we make choices and we learn from them. This is exactly what we are meant to be doing here on earth.
Underlying these relative choices, though, is the choice to be conscious of what we are, which is love, or to be unconscious of it. When we choose to be conscious of it, we choose love. We will still exist in the relative world of opposites and choices and cause and effect, and we will need to make our way here, but doing so with an awareness that we are all made of this love will enable us to be more playful, more joyful, more loving and wise, as we make our way. Ultimately, the choices we make will shed light on the love that makes us all one, enabling those who have forgotten to return to the source.
This world makes it easy to forget this great love, which is part of why we are here. We are here to remember and, when we forget to remember again, to choose love.”
“So, your religion, your belief in God, is an escape from actuality, and therefore it is no religion at all.
The rich man who accumulates money through cruelty, through dishonesty, through cunning exploitation believes in God; and you also believe in God, you also are cunning, cruel, suspicious, envious.
Is God to be found through dishonesty, through deceit, through cunning tricks of the mind? Because you collect all the sacred books and the various symbols of God, does that indicate that you are a religious person?
So, religion is not escape from the fact; religion is the understanding of the fact of what you are in your everyday relationships; religion is the manner of your speech, the way you talk, the way you address your servants, the way you treat your wife, your children, and neighbors.
As long as you do not understand your relationship with your neighbor, with society, with your wife and children, there must be confusion; and whatever it does, the mind that is confused will only create more confusion, more problems and conflict.
A mind that escapes from the actual, from the facts of relationship, shall never find God; a mind that is agitated by belief shall not know truth.
But the mind that understands its relationship with property, with people, with ideas, the mind which no longer struggles with the problems which relationship creates, and for which the solution is not withdrawal but the understanding of love;such a mind alone can understand reality.”
– J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life
“Becoming Is Strife.
Life as we know it, our daily life, is a process of becoming.
I am poor and I act with an end in view, which is to become rich. I am ugly and I want to become beautiful. Therefore my life is a process of becoming something.
The will to be is the will to become, at different levels of consciousness, in different states, in which there is challenge, response, naming, and recording.
Now, this becoming is strife, this becoming is pain, it is not? It is a constant struggle: I am this, and I want to become that.”
– J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life
Doesn’t have to be that way.
We are already what we are meant to be under our current circumstances. We don’t need to become something else. That’s authenticity, to live and show up as we really are at the moment, now.
Change is always happening, so we evolve and change but as a natural result of the experience of living.
Flow with the wind of creativity avoiding any struggle, war or resistance.