“My heroes are those who risk their lives every day to protect our world and make it a better place – police, firefighters and members of our armed forces”. – Sidney Sheldon
What’s going on in the world today?
Do you feel it?
A sense of change is on the horizon for all of us. Life is about to go through a major transition.
Our current way of living and being is no longer sustainable and it must be changed to serve the greater good.
Of course, change is not easy, but it must be done.
From money to careers to relationships, everything will become totally different from what you are accustomed to.
This change must happen and the more easily you can let go of the old the easier it will be for the new to enter.
Change is good even though your mind doesn’t like it very much.
And what is needed now is a major change in your thinking, who or what you are being, and your relationship to all there is.
We are at the frontier of the age of Aquarius. We are entering a new way that will see the end of the old way. You see, we as humans beings are changing and as a result, our world will change as well.
We spent the last 2000 years in the Piscean Age and now that phase is over it is time to get ready for what is commonly known as the “new age” of awareness.
The age of Aquarius.
Infinite oneness is everything and nothing; everywhere and nowhere; it is and it isn’t; it will and it won’t; it can and it can’t.
These are not contradictions or paradoxes as they appear to be. Rather they are all expressions of All Possibility. This unmanifest All Possibility is who we really are and it permeates all existence.
Therefore so do we because we are expressions of the infinite one.
When people think of God or Heaven they tend to look up into the sky; but it’s not like that at all. Creation is not built like a pyramid; creation is an expression of different densities of reality (frequencies) sharing the same space.
This is the same as television and radio stations sharing the same space without interfering with each other unless their frequencies are too close to each other.
American theoretical physicist Burt Ovrut explains it this way:
You can think of it as a violin string or a guitar string. If you pluck it in a certain way you get a certain frequency, but if you pluck it a different way you can get more frequencies on this string and in fact you have different notes.
Nature is made of all the little notes, the musical notes, that are played on these super-strings.
Hopi Prophecy Rock
The famous Hopi Prophecy Rock clearly depicts two paths:
1) A ‘two-hearted path,’ with three individuals upon it. A two-hearted person is one who thinks with his head and not his heart. Modern man is out of balance because he lives in a left-brain dominated society, leading to imbalance and conflict, and ultimately to the destruction of those on it.
2) A ‘one-hearted path,’ or one that is in balance and harmony with the universe.
The Prophecy Rock shows a junction where the two-hearted people have a choice of choosing to start thinking with their hearts or continue to think with their heads only.
If they choose the latter, it will lead to self-destruction, symbolized by the lightning strike from a cloud.
If people chose to think with their hearts, they will return to the one-hearted path and their own survival.
“If the people would change their minds and really be spiritual, there would be no need for arms and fighting. Everything could be settled by speaking the truth.
But now, people wouldn’t know the truth if you spoke it. It only upsets them. It hurts their ego. And then you are their enemy.”
Grandfather Semu Huarte (1983)
“The Earth People (indigenous natives) never wrote anything down, had no written language. They knew that if they wrote anything down it would be disastrous. If you write something down you don’t have to remember it. And mind goes off into unconsciousness.
It becomes a negative, or unconscious force.”
Brave Buffalo, Brule Sioux Nation (1985)
“When I look, I find that there is no more dreadful a disease than fear. What else is there in life to be feared more that fear itself?
Fear paralyzes the very being of a person. Fear destroys the whole capacity for rebellion. Fear makes any change impossible.
Fear binds one to the known, and the journey to the unknown is completely stopped – although whatever is worth knowing and achieving in life is all unknown.
“God is unknown. Truth is unknown. Beauty is unknown. Love is unknown. But the fearful mind always clings to the known.
It does not go beyond the drawn line. It walks on the beaten track. The fearful person becomes mechanical, and he is no different from the drudge.
Religions teach fear: fear of hell, fear of sins and fear of punishment. Society teaches fear – fear of dishonor. Education teaches fear – fear of failure.
“Simultaneously there is greed attached – greed for heaven, greed for the fruits of virtue; greed for respect, position, reputation, success and rewards.
All greed is the other side of the coin of fear. This way the consciousness of a person becomes full of fear and greed. The fire of jealousy and competition is aroused.
The fever of ambition is created. There is no wonder if, in all these circular patterns, life is wasted.
“Such education is dangerous. Such religions are dangerous.
Education is that which teaches fearlessness, stabilizes one in non-greed, gives energy to rebel, gives courage to accept the challenge of the unknown. Education should not teach jealousy and competition, but love; it should not encourage the insane speed of ambition, but natural and self-inspired growth.
But this can happen only if we accept the uniqueness of everyone’s individuality”.