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Inertia and the Forces of Change

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Although change is the only acknowledged constant in the universe, inertia can be described as the tendency of whatever exists to continue or be repeated as it is. In other words, from moment-to-moment, that which exists will, for all practical purposes, appear to be unchanged. It is reassuring to know that the appearance does not represent the truth of the matter. All that exists is always different than…

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Vaccine Politics, Indigos and Normal Sensory Perception

A Unseen Agenda Exposed I would like to pose a very rational question. It’s so rational, it’s a wonder why mainstream medicine, government policy makers, or functionaries in the education system haven’t asked it. It’s so very, very rational that, in their not asking and seriously considering this question, you have to wonder whether their actions, and the effects that we, The People, are witnessing…

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‘False Idols’ Among Us: The Gun

Another New Year is upon us. Let me add my voice to the chorus of well wishes for a more joyful, prosperous, harmonious, healthy, and enlightening era, from here on. There are many things that you and I can do to ensure it. For this entry I wanted to delve further into the subject of false idols, for there are…

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Welcome to ‘The Door’… Are You Ready to Enter?

Wherever I go, books are a constant companion. Over the past few years, I’ve read many titles that have contributed to my own evolving self-view. I cannot, however, recall a single title that moved me, not only to recommend it, but to sit down and read it while recording, and then share it with anyone who cares about self-discovery. The…

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A Worldview From the Energy Field

You could call this a self-portrait. It’s me. Actually, it’s a more appropriate image of “me”, in that it includes the energy field that surrounds and interpenetrates my body. In other circles the energy field would be referred to as the auric field, or simply, the aura. It’s the same thing. But isn’t it interesting how this simple change in…

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Looking for ‘Spill Relief’ in All the Wrong Places

As large and far-reaching as it is, the April 20 oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico is but a microcosm of a larger tragedy that is playing out in front of our eyes, literally hiding in plain sight. And yet, if we wake up from our stupor and see the situation with fresh eyes and open minds, we…

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A Tribute to Our Exciting Times

These are exciting times. Even with the skyrocketing costs of fuel and the ripple effect they are having on the cost of everything else, these are exciting times. We have the power to literally destroy the world, including everyone, and everything within it, and the power to heal it in ways that would appear miraculous. If you think MMS, the…

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Extraterrestrial Human History with Sheldan Nidle

Last month I took a trip to Northern California that will change my life, and in some ways, will quite possibly change yours too. In seven days, I traveled from San Francisco to Sacramento, back to San Rafael, then to Los Gatos, then Fresno, back to Sacramento, and finally to San Francisco, to take a flight back home. I produced…

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The Power of Meditation: The What, Why, and How

Apache Junction Afternoon, originally uploaded by phaelosopher. del.icio.us tags: meditation, philosophy, peace, change, continuum, universe, god ——- Meditation is one of those practices that I’ve observed over the years, and accepted as being beneficial, but didn’t really understand why. I didn’t understand what anyone could possibly get done by essentially sitting down, getting quiet, closing one’s eyes, and (apparently) doing…

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Thoughts on God: Why 'S%&t' Happens

Last December I published an essay titled, Thoughts on God: When ‘S%&t’ Happens. After reading a flurry of books (the flurry continues, because three more are on the way), let’s take a “behind the scenes” look why “S%&t” happens. While many of you know exactly what I’m talking about, some of you might be inclined to ask, “What is ‘S%&t?’”…

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Thoughts on Forgiveness: a Preamble

I just finished reading, and highly recommend, a wonderful book; The Disappearance of the Universe, by Gary R. Renard. For me, it brought forth what is both a practical, and practicable approach to positive change. We understand that the term “love conquers all,” but how do we apply it day-by-day, moment-by-moment. It is through forgiveness… forgiving those who appear to have…

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Thoughts on Death: The ‘ContinuuM Concept’ and Finding One’s Dream

[NOTE: I wrote this essay the day before writing “The Mechanics of Non-Physicalness“. There was dual meaning in how I used the word ContinuuM, for I also published a magazine by that name. This essay never made it into the magazine, as only two issues were ever published. New additions are enclosed in [brackets].] A Universe of Everlasting Love Technorati…

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Thoughts on Death: The True Reality of Spiritual Life

[NOTE: After posting my first thoughts on death, here are some more esoteric thoughts along those lines. I originally wrote this essay in 1997. It will be interesting to see where or how my concepts have changed, if at all, in the intervening time. I will note any new additions in brackets [ ]. The subject touches all.] The ‘Mechanics’…

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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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