In today’s chaotic and uncertain world, it would appear that most people have abandoned critical thinking all together. Through the medium of fear and hopelessness, they have opted for unthinking, and have become the mouth pieces and enforcers of the cabal’s anti life propaganda…. blind to the most obvious and outrageous lies that blare daily from billions of televisions and internet screens. Perhaps this is what Hollywood means by zombie nation, the helpless, spellbound masses that live in a reality where 2+2 = 5.
In this arena of fearful confusion, it will be easy for the elite to usher in their ‘wet dream’ of absolute control over our species. Most people will comply with their own destruction and fall in line with whatever tune is dictated to them by the ‘expert’ Pied Pipers – the influencers and law makers who will lead them over a precipice, into a prison or gas oven.
But there are those of us who are ahead of their game and know exactly where it is heading.
The Pied Piper timeline is not for us.
Not for us
“In the same way also at this time there is a remnant left in The Election of grace.” Romans 11 v6
The metaphysical mind understands that in a duality there has to be a good god and a bad god. The masses follow the bad god in his visceral world of ego with its lusts, wars and animalistic survival instincts. For them, physical reality, the here and now is all there is.
But there are according to Grace the remnant…the outsiders who have never really fitted into this conflict zone, this alien blood-fest world we call reality.
We are the ones seeking guidance from the spiritual realms that exist all around us. Trying to understand what we are doing in this sacrificial world and what our mission is….or even if we have a mission… that isn’t an illusion of grandeur.
The Laws of Life
“In the fore-temple at Delphi are written the maxims: “Know thyself(gnothi seauton),” and “Nothing in excess (meden agan).”
The wisdom written in stone at the Delphic Oracle has all but been forgotten. For man does not know Self and lives to excess, enslaved by his desire.
Know Thyself (gnothi seauton)
The metaphysical mind understands that we have two selves. The ego and its squirming appetite for sex, power, status, possessions and reputation etc. And its opposite, the spiritual Self. The quiet voice of the Spirit that in this present age has been relegated to humanity’s back burner and forgotten.
To know Self, we have to be honest with who we really are and stop deluding ourselves. Admit that we don’t walk our talk, and the image we project to the public is not who we really are. It is the hardest thing in the world to face our own dark mirror and revisit the bad shit we have done in our lives…our need to control others, our betrayal of others, the stuff we are not very proud of.
Psychological side step
Self scrutiny and the frequent checking on one’s thoughts is often a stark and shattering experience. It’s pretty sobering when we realise our shortcomings: our jealousies, lusts, our hateful attitudes to anything we don’t like or understand, and the other negative aspects of our inherited thinking. Honest self examination is a humbling experience and not many of us are brave enough to investigate self and all its faults.
We don’t want to look at our shadow side because it’s ugly.
To distance ourselves from our downright no-goodness, we project ‘our nasties’ onto other people in an effort to externalise and divorce ourselves from our hidden and often perverted desires. We fool ourselves time and time again by believing that these undesirable thoughts and feelings do not belong to us. Therefore we never deal with them and spiritualisation of Self is impossible.
Nothing in excess(meden agan)
To live is to consume. It is the very nature of existence. But when consumerism is not about what is needed to survive, but about greed, gluttony and wanting for self, it becomes a parasite that slowly sucks the life and vitality from its host.
Humans have become casual agents of destruction. Totally unaware of anything but their physical appetites in their doomed delirium of aliveness.
“The un-examined life is not worth living.” Socrates.
The physical world of sense, the individualised world of the ego makes us feel separated, and apart from everything else. It views life from its own isolated lighthouse and that becomes the bubble of its knowing. It cannot see the unity of life – the force of divinity that burns at the core of all living things. Therefore, the world of the I am that identifies with the body and all its pleasures and delusions cannot connect to the Oneness field because it believes it is separate. Instead, it becomes connected to the karmic wheel of life that ensures constant re-incarnation into this dimension.
I think it was the Yogi Paramahansa Yogananda who said that human faults and weaknesses were just a temporary graft of the ego upon the pure nature of the soul. And, that the mortal limitations we have gathered around us in the form of habits, tendencies, moods, beliefs, and so forth are nothing but maya, cosmic delusion. And, a belief that is not based on experience is meaningless – and as for truths there as many versions as there are pundits.
Truth Has No Path
Truth is truth, one, alone; it has no sides, no paths; all paths do not lead to truth. There is no path to truth, it must come to you. Truth can come to you only when your mind and heart are simple, clear, and there is love in your heart; not if your heart is filled with the things of the mind.” Krishnamurti.
I have written many times about the quiet mind – the connected to All mind where there is only awareness..no time, space, no I. It is in the silence of the Oneness field that we find truth.
“When there is love in your heart, you do not talk about organizing for brotherhood; you do not talk about belief, you do not talk about division or the powers that create division, you need not seek reconciliation. Then you are a simple human being without a label, without a country. This means that you must strip yourself of all those things and allow truth to come into being; and it can only come when the mind is empty, when the mind ceases to create. Then it will come without your invitation. Then it will come as swiftly as the wind and unbeknown. It comes obscurely, not when you are watching, wanting. It is there as sudden as sunlight, as pure as the night; but to receive it, the heart must be full and the mind empty.” Krishnamurti.
The Tree by Karle Wilson Baker.
My life is a tree – Yoke fellow of the earth; pledged by roots too deep for remembrance to stand hard against the storm to fill my place.
(But high in the branches of my green tree there is a wild bird singing:Wind free are the wings of my bird:
She has built no mortal nest.”