Thoughtline August 2017 I would remind you of the Law which states that “we grow through the medium of our recognitions.” A recognition, when it is seen as an aspect or fractional part of a greater whole, is the seed of a major expansion of consciousness. A stabilized expansion of consciousness connotes initiation. This is… Continue reading August 2017 Thoughtline – From Parts to Wholes
Dear Sister and Brother Warriors, For those who have the long view, who can at least partially see the working out of Karma and the Unfolding of the the Plan, these days are full of Joy for they are the End Days. Time, as always, clouds the vision, and injects fear and doubt which generate… Continue reading July 2017 Thoughtline – Consciousness, Free Will, and Freedom
Dear Friends. Our seed thought for this cycle happens to be Initiation. Thought it would be good to initiate something. Couldn’t think of a better thing than to do than clean up the U.S. Capitol, especially the Senate Chamber. As you know it is full of mendacity and other hideous creatures just now. Do the… Continue reading Capitol Cleaning Meditation
It is time to move meditation from an arcane quasi-religious mystical thing reserved for secret societies and mystery schools, into a practical, scientific consciousness thing. The processes of meditation – what it is, how and why it works, were “protected” from common knowledge for eons precisely because of its power to create. Basically, to gain… Continue reading June 2017 Thoughtline – The Technology of Meditation
Dear Friends, When after due diligence our consciousness begins to expand, and we eventually learn to listen to it, what we encounter often stuns us into silence, like “…stout Cortez when with eagle eyes…He star’d at the Pacific Silent, upon a peak in Darien.” Keats, On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer. What opens before us… Continue reading May 2017 Thoughtline – The Reality Upload
Heartless thinking is the plague of humanity. Ancient philosophers did not include heartless people in their concepts of government. Plato in his Republic and Aristotle in his Politics had in mind organized societies of intelligent co-workers, and did not tolerate tyrants, hypocrites, or swindlers. It is impossible to imagine a strong state consisting of hypocrites… Continue reading April 2017 Thoughtline: Government – The Soul of the People
Although called revolutions, the American Revolution 1775–1783, and The French Revolution 1789-1799, were not revolts at all. They were not “against” anything. They were Evolutions rather than revolutions.