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The Journey Home is the Journey to Love

A lot of attention is being directed toward, among other things, a major “reset” of the global financial system. It is long overdue. The mysterious deaths of bankers around the world, largely under-reported by mainstream media, are not by happenstance. There remains a belief in some areas, that “dead men tell no tales.” That is another “truth” that will soon…

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Trayvon Martin Verdict: Another Psyop Attack

If you acknowledge that a major mode of communication is “spoken,” not in words, but in symbols, the extensively covered acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder case symbolizes yet the latest psyops attack on the already battered American psyche. The case, which was termed, “racially charged,” succeeded in fueling confusion and consternation with the “criminal justice” system,…

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Misinformation and Restoration of the Norm

Easter Greetings to Everyone, believers and non-believers included. The vast majority of those who will read the following thoughts will do so after Easter, but the subject of resurrection is becoming particularly meaningful in a far more expanded context than has been the case for the past 2,000 years or so. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzt9LV_Egjg&w=448&h=252&hd=1] Some thoughts that came on my morning bicycle…

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Equality as Ideological Linchpin of 'First Contact'

On the surface, the upcoming Sheldan Nidle (www.paoweb.com) workshop in Montgomery Alabama (July 18-19) would appear to be a study in contrasts. With a theme of “Making Galactic Sense Out of Chaos,” he comes to a place that has, for more than a generation, been attempting to create a community of cultural co-existence out of what had historically been a…

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Obama and 'Old School' Policies: Sanity at Last?

President-Elect Barack Obama Congratulations are in order to everyone for selecting Barack Obama as the next president of the United States. For me, this is the only outcome that would have felt as though a real, positive, change had occurred, and it has absolutely nothing to do with the color of his skin. Refreshingly, Barack Obama’s ascendancy to the presidency…

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Toward a 'New Convention' in Health Care

CHICAGO, IL — It’s great to be home which for me, is Chicago, Illinois. I snuck in while the Democratic Convention takes center stage in Denver, following several delays due to a tornado sighting as my flight from Montgomery, Alabama to Atlanta sought to depart. Speaking of the Democratic National Convention, given Hillary Clinton’s ardent desire to be president of…

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A Note from Chelan

I’m submitting this note from Chelan, Washington, preparing to drive to Seattle, and return home to Arizona. This is the end of a momentous week. The beginning of a new world. For all the predictions and dire forebodings of the future, I am excited about what lies ahead. Congratulations on Senator Obama’s emergence as the presumptive candidate on the Democratic…

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Healing as a Journey of Awareness

Notes on ‘The Game of Life’ Each day it is increasingly evident to me that the degree to which the planet Earth is able to heal depends on the degree to which we, individually, are willing to be and stay healthy; each and every one of us. It is also dependent on “who” among us are we willing to see…

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Transcending Conspiracy to Grasp the Oneness Opportunity

I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but that doesn’t mean there’s no conspiracy. Look at our health care system that, for the past 100 years has continued making “poison, attack, and kill” its primary strategy in the treatment of disease. This flourishes despite the fact that, as this article link shows, survival rates for radiation and chemotherapy treatment for certain stages…

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Thoughts on God: The Nature of Spirit

When I was a youngster growing up on Chicago’s south side, I got my fill of church. I still feel “young,” but today cannot really claim that description, unless I’m talking to someone 80 or 90 years of age. (I still feel young though.) I attended church regularly, for that’s what we did in our household. I joined the church…

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On 'Responding' with Fear, or with Spirit

I came of age during the turbulent 1960’s. It was a time of great social change where we went through the Cold War and the Cuban missile crisis, assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, civil rights protests that were then about equal treatment of all citizens instead of reversed preference for some. And then there was the war…

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Thoughts on Race and Equality: Arizona Civil Rights Initiative Announcement

On April 26, I attended a press conference in the rose garden in the State of Arizona capital building complex, where plans were announced to launch the Arizona Civil Rights Initiative, which would prohibit race-based preference policies and practices in such areas as university admissions and government hiring/contracting. Arizona was selected as one of five states (Oklahoma, Colorado, Missouri, and…

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Thoughts on God: Religion, Spirituality and Beingness

Bringing Our Highest Self ‘Out of the Closet’ with Love America’s forefathers had the profound wisdom to inculcate a fundamental separation of “church” from matters of “state” into the very fabric of governance. How could the other foundations of freedom, such as of assembly, worship (or not to), and speech (including the press), be ensured if a religion — doesn’t…

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Moving Beyond 'Surviving,' to Succeeding

The time when “the will to survive” was prime, has given way to the time when “the will so succeed” prevails. We’ve always wanted to succeed, but often was bogged down in figuring out how to survive. Then, even when we did figure out how to survive, all we had accomplished was to succeed at surviving, which is no fun. However,…

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Thoughts on Peace: Consciousness, Observation, Inner Truth, and its Amplification

Technorati tags: Consciousness, Spirituality, Truth, Peace, Quantum Mechanics, Physics One of the central components to the science of quantum mechanics is the role of the observer. It is, in fact, remarkable that the observer is acknowledged as even having a role. The term, “observer” is a scientific euphemism for the human consciousness, which itself can be further broken down to…

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Thoughts on Beingness: Who and What We Are

On Our Bodies, Beliefs, and Spirituality Who, or perhaps what do you think you are? It is so easy to assume that we are our body. We can go through an entire lifetime harboring this belief… living it… fearing death with it. We can define ourself by our body type, size, and coloration. We can dress our body in ways that…

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Thoughts on God: Reflections on Soul

My recent post of The ‘Mechanics’ of Non-Physicalness and The ContinuuM Concept and Finding One’s Dream, both written in 1997, included thoughts and context about the soul that made sense to me. It wasn’t presented as the absolute final word for understanding what the soul is, and its relationship to you and me, but perhaps the beginning. Some of you…

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Thoughts on Reality Creation: Beyond Physicality

[NOTE: Since we have recently illustrated the fact that we have literally been space travelers for quite some time (and as such, beings of the universe), the following essay, which I originally wrote in 1997, before I wrote I Am My Body, NOT!, addresses possible motivations that timeless beings might have for entering the dimension of time. This in fact,…

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