You Are a Creator

Yes, that’s true. We all are creators. The thing is, most of the time we do it unconsciously, but once you realize what’s going on, you can create what you want. Here’s how it goes. Your thoughts influence. Energy follows thought. They are electric. Your feelings are passive. They receive. They are magnetic. Your thoughts are constantly influencing your feelings. In fact, you don’t have a feeling unless you have a thought first.  When you feel a certain way, stop and take a look at what thoughts are creating and sustaining that feeling. For instance, if you are angry. What are your thoughts doing? They are talking about how angry you are, why you are angry, who or what did it and how terrible it is. They are justifying and sustaining your feelings of anger. So, if you want to stop feeling angry, first you have to stop telling yourself… Read the rest....
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Ten Ways to Awaken and Be Free!

How beautiful to be free! Free from illusions and the endless demands of ego. We are in a magnificent age in the world right now, one where humanity is awakening, remembering our wholeness, our goodness, and our unlimited potential. Here are ten ways to enhance your own awakening process and live in freedom, love and joy! 1. Awareness: As you become more aware, you are able to see how the conditioned mind traps you and keeps you unfulfilled, always chasing after endless conditions to make you 'happy'. You start to identify with the observer who is aware instead of the mind with its endless judgments and demands of the ego. When you realize you are not your thoughts, you can begin to change them or  rise above them. You are the vast awareness that was there before you were born and will be there after you die. Practice meditation, mindfulness,… Read the rest....
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Western Prophecy and Native American Prophecy

The Difference Between Western Prophecies And Native American Prophecies –by Ira Kennedy There is a remarkable difference between Western prophecies and those of native peoples. When Western prophets see into the future they envision Armageddon. The end of the world. When native prophets look down that same path they see the completion of a great cycle. A change of worlds. The reason for these vastly different views is found in the way time is experienced. In the West time is history. There is a past, a present, and a future; a beginning, a middle, and an end. Like a stick. Native peoples experience time as a cycle. There are four stages, such as the seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Like a hoop. Each stage is a preparation for the next. At the center of the hoop is a still timelessness; the eternal present around which the cycles revolve. The… Read the rest....
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