Thursday, 3 September 2015


The meaning of life is… This.
I’m not pulling your leg.
This right here – What’s happening right now – This is the meaning of life.
What about helping others?help each other
What about love?
What about growing as a person?
Those things will never happen outside of now. They are part of this. So is reading thisarticle, biting your lip, and that itch you have juuuust about now.
A related question is “why do we exist?”
We exist because existence itself, now, the Tao, God, willed us into existence – We in the sense of being our separated minds.
In the deepest sense, “I am”. My words trickling out of me – my mind – This is existence itself. This.
Everything that is, is part of this. You can create your own version of the meaning of life and it will be part of this.
I will forget about this. You will forget about this – Most of life we go through a haze, where we’ve forgotten it. In a way, that is the essence of the human experience – Forgetting that you are everything, or to put it in Alan Watts’ words, “…playing that you weren’t God”.
You and I both will have moments of clarity; moments where you stop and suddenly see something that wasn’t there a moment ago – Like a different dimension of thought that momentarily presented itself to you.
You feel the residues of that moment of clarity and know that you remembered something you’ve always known, you laugh a bit at how silly you’ve been for forgettingthis and at how you thought this life could be anything but profound and beautiful. Then you forget.
Every time, however, the residue of those moments of clarity leaves an impression on you. It leaves the impression in the form of some fatty coating called myelin around your axons – A very unspiritual thing to say. The point is that every time you have that moment of clarity – Those moments where you see THIS – Life becomes just a little more calm, serene, beautiful, meaningful and all those other soothing adjectives.
The way to get these moments of clarity – where you are deeply present in this – is to train yourself to see things as they are.
See things as they are.
Not as you judge them to be. Not as you’d like them to be. As they are.
I want to leave you with a quote from a mind that really had it nailed down – Lao Tzu. This quote suggests that what you’ve just read is not the ultimate truth.
“The Tao that can be named is not the eternal Tao”

Vegard Gjerde,
Global Harmony Crew
Team Spirit!


Quantum mechanics has potentially put an end to one of the most widely adopted atheistic view of Earth – materialism. Therefore in an indirect way it has brought forth the supreme deity ideology, which was wholly rejected by most scientists, back into the frame of science.
materialismIn materialism, the material world was seen as a closed system operating on an intricate relationship between cause and effect. It was supported by the physical laws that had cemented their place in the scientific method since Newtonian times. With all the internal dependence and mathematical correlations, it was assumed that the material entities behaved irrespective of outside influence. That a material thing exists without any prerequisites.
However, the advent of quantum mechanics threw a wrench into this seemingly irrefutable notion of the world. It did so by taking matter from being made up of tiny blocks of atoms to be consisting of a wave of possibilities. You see, what quantum mechanics did was take the ingredients of matter from being the physicality of an atom to the unpredictability of its sub particles. Therefore an atom was the manifestation of the state its transient sub particles, electrons and quarks, were in. Thus essentially rendering the idea of a physical, unchanging matter archaic.
double slitTo show how quantum mechanics can potentially prove the existence of God, we have to learn about one Earth-shattering experiment – the Double-slit one. It exposed the wave-nature of electrons, a seemingly material thing. In the experiment, a beam of electrons fired through a slit and at a screen replicated a wave like pattern instead of a material splatter.
However, most interestingly, when the same beam of electrons was observed it behaved as something consisting of solids! Thus, the electron had several probable quantum events before the observation took place. It could have bounced off the screen, passed from either slit, passed from both slits or just went over the screen. These probabilities were represented by the wave. However, when an observation took place the wave collapsed into one material reality.
So, any physical event in this world of ours is the product of observation. As one of the founders of quantum theory, Erwin Schrödinger, describes in his famed thought experiment of a dead and alive cat. According to him, every possible outcome of an event exists as a combinative wave form before this wave collapses into a material manifestation upon observation. The type of manifestation depends upon its probability and the point in the space-time continuum at which the observation is made.
observeSchrödinger’s contemporary, Eugene Wigner, further proposed that the things we perceive are dependent upon consciousness more than mere observation. So, consciousness is a prerequisite of observing reality. However, this entails that to verify our own existence there needs to be an observer. Thus an infinite chain of observers begins that terminates into the ethereal observance of God. That is, someone had to be there for the universe to manifest itself. This is the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum mechanics.
However, despite the seeming veracity of the above approach in the proclamation of the existence of a theistic deity, there are some theories within the world of quantum mechanics that still reject the concept of God’s existence.
The Participatory Anthropic Principle negates the dependence of the universe’s existence on God by adopting the approach that the human consciousness is enough to create an event. So, in effect, the universe might have been created when the first human being (or alien) observed it. Effectively, leading to a collapse in its superimposed state.
omnipresemtAnother negatory theory revolves around the Abrahamic interpretation of God. In each of the three main Abrahamic religions of the world, Islam, Christianity and Judaism, God is defined as an omnipresent, omniscient and omnipotent entity.
So, in effect God is observing everything. Consequently, this would mean that all events are predefined, or precollapsed in quantum parlance. That we are only observing what God has manifested. However, this wouldn’t explain the duality observed in the double-slit experiment. If God is observing everything, shouldn’t the electron just behave as a material thing all the time?
Whatever theory you subscribe to, quantum mechanics has been successful in bringing God from the fringes of science, to its core.
In effect, it’s existence might just have been proved.
Team Spirit!

Wednesday, 2 September 2015


The lemon is widely known for its health benefits.  It is rich in magnesium, fibers, enzymes, potassium, calcium, antioxidants, iron, calcium and vitamins C and B. Moreover, it is known for its weight loss aid as well as for its antiviral, immune-boosting, and antibacterial properties. Don’t hesitate and start your day with a glass of warm lemon water. This simple routine will do wonders for your health.


All you need to do is to squeeze ½ fresh lemon in a glass of lukewarm water. It is recommended to use organic lemon, not bottled one.  Drink the water right away. This should be the first thing you do in the morning, before you eat and workout.

1. Cleanses Your System and is a Diuretic

Being an antiseptic acid, lemon juice has the ability to cleanse your entire system, flushing out all harmful chemicals andtoxins. As it increases urination to flush all toxins, it helps in normal bowel movement. In addition, lemon water helps in increasing the production of enzymes that stimulate liver detoxification function.

2.  Clears Skin

According to many studies, lemon contains antioxidants that help in compensating dead skin cells. It also heals blemishes, and fights any free radical that could potentially harm the skin. Finally, it helps in the fight against bacteria that cause acne, it revitalizes the damaged ski, it delays the process of aging and it leads to youthful and more glowing skin.

3. Boosts Your Immune System

It is a well-known fact that lemon is one of the best sources of vitamin C. As a result, it increases immune system resistance to diseases and it helps in fighting common colds. It is rich in potassium as well, a mineral that helps in controlling blood pressure levels. 
Thanks to its high vitamin C or ascorbic acid content, it provides anti-inflammatory properties. This is really important because it helps in the treatment of various respiratory issues and it lessens asthma attacks.
In addition to all this, lemon contains saponin, a phytochemical which acts as powerful antimicrobial agent and it helps in preventing cold and flu.

4.  Boost Brain Power

pourlemonwaterAs mentioned above, lemon is rich in magnesium and potassium, making it a great ingredient for the brain and the entire nervous system.
Moreover, it can boost energy level and improve your mood because it fights stress and depression.
It helps you concentrate and focus better, which is the reason why students and people with stressful work are recommended to consume lemon water.

5.  Balances pH levels

We already know that citric and ascorbic acid helps to alkalize the blood. Lemons contain both of them, and as a result they have the ability to balance the acidity in the body. According to many studies, when the body`s pH is acidic is the time when disease occur. Regular consumption of lemon water can regulate the acidity in the body and thus, prevent diseases such as uric acid.

6. Promotes Better Digestion

lemonrLemon juice produces citric acids which are good for the entire digestive system and help in cramps and stomach pain.
According to many studies, lemon water improves the absorption of aluminum hydroxide, an antacids active ingredient which then helps in controlling the acid level in the stomach.
Finally, lemon water cleanses the liver and by doing so, it promotes more bile production. The bile is an acid which is essential for good digestion. Being an antiseptic acid, the lemon helps cleanse and flush out toxins in the digestive tract. Finally, it relieves indigestion issues, such as belching, bloating and heartburn.

7. Hydrates Your Lymph System

The lymph system has a huge role in our body’s immune system.
It the body is dehydrated, you will notice the symptoms of sluggishness, tiredness and a drop in the immune system, leading to low/high blood pressure, constipation, stress, low energy level, unfocused mind, and bad sleep.
Drinking lemon water compensates, hydrates, and replaces the lost fluids in the body, leading to prevention of the aforementioned conditions.

8. Anti-Cancer Agent

First of all, lemons are rich in antioxidant that delay the process of aging, thus reduce the risk of cancer cells. Moreover, it s a good neutralizer acid which prevents acidic environment, the one in which cancer cells grow and multiply.

9. Promotes Healingwhat-happens-to-your-body-when-you-drink-warm-lemon-water-early-in-the-morning

As mentioned above, lemon water has the ability to heal scars and blemishes. Besides that, it helps in healing and maintaining healthy tissues, cartilages and bones.
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties it promotes good health and fast recovery from injuries and stress. When combined with other vitamins and minerals, its activity is even more potent.

10. Helps in Weight Loss

Lemon is a great ingredient when it comes to dieting and weight loss process because it contains pectin, a set of polysaccharides with gel-properties, a fiber helping fight cravings for food. According to a research, people who follow an alkaline diet tend to lose weight much faster.

11. Freshens Breath

The lemon is a citrus fruit that is very refreshing and it gives a freshly scent. It relieves the symptoms of gingivitis and toothaches.
It is recommended to rinse the mouth with clean, purified water after consuming lemon water.

12. Energizes and Enhances Your Mood

It is a well-known fact that vitamin C is great mood enhancer. As lemon is rich in vitamin C and important micronutrients, it has the ability to reduce fatigue, depression, stress, anxiety and it helps our mood to be more positive.

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“Consciousness Creates Reality” – Physicists Admit The Universe Is Immaterial, Mental & Spiritual


“Consciousness creates reality,” a statement that has gained a lot of attention across various alternative media outlets around the world. Make no mistake, consciousness has been (for quite some time) studied by numerous scientists, especially in its relation to quantum physics and how it might be correlated with the nature of our reality.
What is consciousness? Consciousness includes a number of things. It’s how we perceive our world, our thoughts, being aware, our intentions and more.
“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.” – Nasseim Haramein, director of research for the Resonance Project
“I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get behind consciousness. Everything that we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulating consciousness.”  –  Max Planck, theoretical physicist who originated quantum theory, which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918
“It was not possible to formulate the laws of quantum mechanics in a fully consistent way without reference to consciousness.”  Eugene Wigner, theoretical physicist and mathematician. He received a share of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1963
 The statement that “consciousness creates reality” comes with a number of different questions. Does this mean we as individuals (and on a collective level as one human race) can shape and create whatever reality we’d like for ourselves? Does it mean we can manifest a certain lifestyle, and attract certain experiences? Does it happen instantly? Does it take time? How do we do it?
Although we might not be able to answer these questions with absolute scientific certainty, we do know that yes, a correlation between consciousness and our physical material world does indeed exist in some way, shape or form. The extent of that correlation (again from a modern day scientific point of view) is still not well understood, but we know of the correlation, and we know it must have some sort of significance.
“A fundamental conclusion of the new physics also acknowledges that the observer creates the reality. As observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our own reality. Physicists are being forced to admit that the universe is a “mental” construction. Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote: “The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter, we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter. Get over it, and accept the inarguable conclusion. The universe is immaterial-mental and spiritual.”  – R.C. Henry, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins University ,  “The Mental Universe” ; Nature 436:29,2005) (source)

The Science Behind The Statement “Consciousness Creates Reality”

The quantum double slit experiment is a very popular experiment used to examine how consciousness and our physical material world are intertwined. It is a great example that documents how factors associated with consciousness and our physical material world are connected in some way.
One potential revelation of this experience is that “the observer creates the reality.” A paper published in the peer-reviewed journal Physics Essays by Dean Radin, PhD, explains how this experiment has been used multiple times to explore the role of consciousness in shaping the nature of physical reality. (source)
In this experiment, a double-slit optical system was used to test the possible role of consciousness in the collapse of the quantum wave-function. The ratio of the interference pattern’s double slit spectral power to its single slit spectral power was predicted to decrease when attention was focused toward the double slit as compared to away from it. The study found that factors associated with consciousness “significantly” correlated in predicted ways with perturbations in the double slit interference pattern. (source)
“Observation not only disturbs what has to be measured, they produce it. We compel the electron to assume a definite position. We ourselves produce the results of the measurement.” (source)
Although this is one of the most popular experiments used to posit the connection between consciousness and physical reality, there are several other  studies that clearly show that consciousness, or factors that are associated with consciousness are directly correlated with our reality in some way. A number of experiments in the field of parapsychology have also demonstrated this.
Sure, we might not understand the extent of this connection, and in most cases scientists can’t even explain it. However they are, and have been observed time and time again.
Below is a video  demonstration from the film “What The Bleep Do We Know.”
Other examples that we’ve written about are government sponsored psychokinesis experiments, the global consciousness experiment, intelligence agency remote viewing experiments, thoughts and intentions altering the structure of water, the placebo effect, teleportation studies and more. You can find more details about those specific experiments HERE.
Some other related CE articles that relate to this subject are listed below:

How We Can Incorporate This Information Into Our Lives & Use Consciousness To Transform The World

Change requires action, but the place within which that action comes from is most important.
Modern day science, especially quantum physics, has been catching up to ancient mysticism and concepts that are/were so deeply ingrained in various cultures throughout the ancient world. One great example of this is the fact that everything is energy , and nothing is solid. You can read more about that here.
“We are what we think, all that we are arises with our thoughts, with our thoughts we make the world.” – Gautama Buddha
“Broadly speaking, although there are some differences, I think Buddhist philosophy and Quantum Mechanics can shake hands on their view of the world. We can see in these great examples the fruits of human thinking. Regardless of the admiration we feel for these great thinkers, we should not lose sight of the fact that they were human beings just as we are.” – Dalai Lama (source)
A great example of quantum physics meeting ancient wisdom is seen in the fact that Nikola Tesla was influenced by Vedic philosophy when pondering his ideas of zero point energy. You can read more about that here.
So why is this relevant? It’s relevant because new physics, as mentioned above, is pointing to the fact that the observer shapes the reality. The way we think and perceive could be  responsible and play a vital role in the physical construct we see in front of us.
“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” – Unknown
If we look at the world and examine it on a collective level, what do we see? How do we perceive it? Right now, the masses perceive it as being born, going to school, paying bills, raising a family and finding a “job” within the current paradigm to support yourself. No judgement here, but many people on the planet are not resonating with this experience. They want change. We’ve been repeating and perceiving our reality this way for a very long time, with very little information about what is really happening on and to our planet. It’s almost like we are robotic drones that are trained and brainwashed to accept things the way they are. To not question what is happening in our world and to continue on with the status quo, only caring for ourselves and our own lives. As Noam Chomsky would say, our consent has been manufactured. If we continue down this path and continue to perceive and view reality as “this is just the way it is,” we will, in essence, prolong that type of existence and experience for the human race without ever changing it.
In order to create and manifest a new reality for ourselves, our thought patters and the way we perceive reality must change. What changes the way we perceive reality? Information does. When new information emerges it changes the way we look at things and as a result, our reality changes, and we begin to manifest a new experience and open our minds to a broader view of reality. Not to say that we can’t manifest a new physical form in the blink of an eye, and that we are not capable of doing that, but it appears to be something that takes time, something gradual, something we don’t quite understand yet.
What’s also important about teachings from new physics is that, if factors of consciousness are associated with the creation of our reality, that means change starts within. It starts with the way in which we are observing the outer world from our inner world. This touches on the earlier point of how we perceive our reality. Our perception of the external world might very well be a reflection of our inner world, our inner state of being. So ask yourself, are you happy? Are you observing, perceiving and acting from a place of love? From a place of hate or anger? From a place of peace? All of these factors are associated with our consciousness, with our observation, the one (or the many) who are doing the “observing” might play a large role in what type of physical world the human race manifests for itself, what do you think?
We are indeed the observers,  can we create change and break patterns to open up new possibilities, change our direction, all through the way in which we observe ourselves, others and the world around us.
I believe that the human race is in the process of waking up to a number of different things, simultaneously. As a result, the way we perceive and “observe” the world around us (on a mass scale) is starting to drastically change. So if you want to help change the world, change the way you look at things, and the things you look at will change.
“Be the change you want to see in the world.” – Mahatma Ghandi
There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement.”This statement (worldview statement) was by Lord Kelvin in 1900, which was shattered only five years later when Einstein published his paper on special relativity. The new theories proposed by Einstein challenged the current (at that time) framework of understanding. This forced the scientific community to open up to an alternate view of the true nature of our reality. A great example of how things that once were regarded as truth have changed.
“Lord Kelvins statements bares with it the voice of paradigms past…We knew that the Earth was flat, we knew that we were the center of the universe, and we knew that a manmade heavier than air piece of machinery could not take flight. Through all stages of human history, intellectual authorities have pronounced their supremacy by ridiculing or suppressing elements of reality that simply didn’t fit within the framework of accepted knowledge. Are we really any different today? Have we really changed our acceptance towards things that won’t fit the frame? Maybe there are concepts of our reality we have yet to understand, and if we open our eyes maybe we will see that something significant has been overlooked.” – Terje Toftenes (source)

Why It’s Important To Understand Your Dark Side


When you were little, were you afraid of the dark? Most of us were. And I doubt we ever thought to question this fear. We were almost naturally taught to be afraid of the dark, because the dark is full of unknown things that might hurt us.
But what usually happened when you turned the light on? You learned the unknown things were not so scary. And they were not so unknown. They were just part of the environment.
We learned to associate darkness with scary and unknown, and we learned it’s better not to speak with our dark thoughts and emotions. Turning the light on our emotional shadow is a lot more challenging than flicking a physical light switch on. So we avoid it. Superficiality is easier. But this darkness of our soul has a life of its own which thrives, whether or not we choose to acknowledge it.  It’s there, and it’s powerful.

Understanding Darkness

This fear of our emotional complexity grew as we grew, and with time became our shadow. It’s a hidden part in us that influences our choices more often than we are aware.
In truth, much effort goes into repressing and hiding it from ourselves and others. It’s our dark side. The parts we are ashamed and afraid to show. But through denial, we fail to see that in the obscurity of darkness also lay our strengths.
For reasons originating in the past, we have decided to negate and hide this dark side without exploring it further. And so in return it keeps us distant from truly expressing ourselves.
In many ways, hiding our shadow can be considered the highest form of betrayal. By concealing this part of us, we are saying we don’t deserve to show our complete selves, thereby betraying ourselves. In return, secrecy, manipulation, and pretending take over large parts of our lives from fear of being ‘exposed’ and rejected for the part of ourself we are hiding.
As mentioned, our shadow can show itself as weakness or strength. Becoming aware of our complete self allows us an opportunity for expressing strength.  Ignoring these qualities, however, will always produce a damaging result.
The more we repress these dark corners of our being, the more we face disorder in our personality. This can manifest as addiction, anxiety, intentionally failed relationships or jobs, or other behaviors that cause destruction to ourselves and others.
To become aware of our shadow is to shed light on our earliest wounds and to give ourselves a chance for healing and transformation. But as long as we choose to close our eyes to this, the wounds will continue to decay while emitting poison into our lives.

To Deepen Our Spirituality, We Must Pass Through the Shadow

Any spiritual work must entail exposure and understanding of our shadow. Solely focusing on finding our light keeps us away from places of shame, guilt, jealousy, greed, competition, lust and aggression. But it is these very emotions that must be worked through first before coming near our lighter sides.
Even certain spiritual practices like meditation can become difficult when we try to ignore our shadow self.  Its repression shows up when we shut our eyes, and we’re left with only our thoughts.
As with all strong emotions, what we don’t want to look at always keeps us contracted and in rejection. Deep down we know these qualities and feelings reside in us, and hiding them leads us to a life of inauthenticity and sometimes incomprehensible self-destructive behavior.
If our shadow is not acknowledged and embraced, the depth of our spiritual and personal growth is limited. Denying to look at the darkness is rejecting ourselves the need to be received in totality by others.
We start to overidentify with the side of ourself acquired through our own perception of reality.  This in turn shapes our personality, the superficial side of us, which the world meets.
Our roles and personality try their best to help us feel worthy and lovable. For some, it is by being intelligent, successful, and powerful while for others it is the opposite. In whichever way our personality tries to control life, it remains just another attempt to be loved for something we know we’re not.
As long as this partial picture of ourselves is kept intact, we create separation. The message is “I don’t want to look and feel certain parts inside me and I prefer to judge others for showing and living what I choose to reject”, hence choosing separation, inside and out. It is a painful cage of continuous isolation.

Embracing The Complete You

The way to our light is through darkness. Whether we want it or not, the dark side in us is very active even though it is concealed and not evident to the outside. But we know it’s there, continuously asking for recognition.
The shadow should be met in a safe and loving environment. Otherwise, it is too afraid that its face will cause devastation and result in further isolation. When it’s safe we can start looking, seeing, and expressing what has been hidden from our awareness.
There are many unpolished diamonds of strength, creativity, and beauty, which we’ve kept limited so that others close don’t feel small, intimidated or scared. Speaking to our shadow is an immense step towards healing and self-love.
Initially, when we embark on this exciting and necessary journey, we may not be sure who we really are. But this is only because we are so used to our masks that expressing our true self is like meeting a familiar stranger. Soon new possibilities, choices and, perceptions appear.
Suddenly we can face the many question marks in our life from a place of strength and authenticity. We strengthen our capacity to be in this world more fully and completely. So, are you ready?
About the author:
milanMilan Karmeli is a psychosomatic therapist and facilitator of group workshops. He specializes in counseling, childhood/primal trauma healing, breath therapy, and bioenergetics. Milan’s love and passion is to live by truth, and to help others remove all illusion of separation through his work.
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Panini, in roughly 500 BC, standardized Sanskrit as a language through his extensive book titled ‘Ashtadhyayi’. An ambiguous version of the language existed for almost a millennium before Panini.
The semantics of the language has been scientifically derived by logic & the grammar has been worked out using proper mathematics & algebraic algorithms. The language has also been claimed by NASA scientists to be the most suitable language to communicate with AI.
However, my claim here about the language is the following beautiful & powerful set of words which pay great respect to higher states of consciousness.
With no English equivalents, the sad part here is that these words fail to find a commonplace of acceptance in our modern-day culture.
  • atman: The spiritual life principle of the universe, especially when regarded as immanent in the individual’s real self (talks about the unconscious part of ‘me’ as if it belongs to the Cosmos or somehow is connected to the Universe around by a string)
  • akasha: A supposed all-pervading field in the ether in which a record of past events is imprinted (not just a word, this phrase looks like a principle of Science in itself. We started relating to this only after Einstein’s theory of relativity)
  • dharmaOne’s personal path in life, the fulfillment of which leads to a higher state of consciousness. (This is as close as religion has been defined in the language)Spiritual-Evolution
  • dhyanaThe focusing of attention on a particular spiritual idea in continuous meditation.
  • ishwaraPersonal manifestation of the supreme; the cosmic self; cosmic consciousness. (We are all cosmic citizens, aren’t we?)
  • mayaThe illusions the physical world generates to ensnare our consciousness. (Yeah, we see the capitalistic world spearheading one such illusion)
  • mokshaThe attainment of liberation from the worldly life.
  • nirvanaThe transcendental state that is beyond the possibility of full comprehension or expression by the ordinary being enmeshed in the concept of selfhood.
  • samadhiState of enlightenment of superconsciousness. The union of the individual consciousness with cosmic consciousness.
  • somaA plant, probably with psychedelic properties, that was prepared and used in ritual fashion to enable men to communicate with the gods.
Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 10.01.43 PMWe see the reason why the exploration of consciousness has been developed to an incredible degree in the Indian culture.
It is a Science and more than that, it is a beautiful way of life to be one with the consciousness of the Cosmos.
The extraordinary thing about Sanskrit is that it offers direct accessibility to anyone to that elevated plane where the two —mathematics and music, brain and heart, analytical and intuitive, scientific and spiritual— become one.” – Vyasa Houston M. A.


The Return of Christ.
For 2 thousand years people have been pouring over this idea. What’s going to happen? When is it going to happen? What’s it going to look like? Who is the antichrist? Is a man named Jesus physically going to come back, or was that a metaphor for something else? Is it a symbol for humanity awakening?
Here’s my take on the subject . Allow your mind to relax into the future, as we reminisce about the olden days, our incoming future, the next 100 years.
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oildrillingHumanity, being as gifted and arrogant as they were, built many great technologies with which they could do all manner of things. In the end, it was their very technologies that also led to the great collapse of their civilizations. They engineered technology that ran off of the life-blood of the planet, and in doing so put everyone, and everything on the planet in great danger. They didn’t see it until it was too late… and those who did see it, were ignored.
It was their improper use of technology and the greed of those in control that led to a drastic change across the face of the planet. All of the ice melted, all of the snowpacks went away, all of the rivers dried up and heat scorched the planet. Without clean and fresh water to sustain life, many perished in the agony of the blazing heat.
riotsBrothers fought Brothers for food, for water, for whatever rations that were available. Governments rounded people up and housed them inside of containment camps, both for the safety of the people, and the safety of the government. Neither were truly safe.
Great migrations of humans began. People were forced to move to places that could still support life… Many of the systems humans had created were ultimately destroyed, but still many systems prevailed, the Internet did not go away… but it was clear that there must be a major change in our way of life to all of those who lived through the terror.  
communitytogetherIn the end, it was those who lived as communities, as families, growing gardens and supporting each other that were the survivors of this great shift. It was they who, now seeing first hand the destruction mankind could cause, would rebuild civilization with compassion and love, and begin a new generation of mankind based around the unity of all life.
It was with the revelation that it was US who were the antichrist, the ones creating the problems through our lack of connection with each other, that compelled us into a new awareness of love and truth.
It was they who, taking great care, made sure that all life would live together in harmony as one, where all forms of life were known to be sacred, rather than strictly man.
And then we met up with the Aliens and went to see the stars as a great universal family!
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Now, this is just an idea that I have based off of what I see, and doing the math that I currently have done, that tells me that perhaps we must face extinction and see great terrible destruction to truly see, as a species, what we are capable of if we do not take special care of each other every step along the way.
I wish it didn’t have to be that way, but I don’t see any other way it happening. It’s already happening. The planet grows hotter every year, there is less and less snowpack in the mountainsthe ice is melting at a resounding rate. Things are most definitely changing.
christbandwAnd you know, I suppose anythings possible, maybe a man named Christ will show up and help us along the way… But I reckon that its not up to any ONE person for us to all rely on as a species, but the One in All of us that needs to stand up and make a change happen.
If anything, Jesus coming back as a man and not“within” would simply be a role model for all of us to learn compassion and the ways of the One Spirit.
With love,