Wednesday 18 November 2020

Separated From Nature and Now Separated From Each Other

There was a time, in the distant memories of the past, when people were more connected to the natural environment. These days, only a few tribes and Shaman around the world still have this connection. The rest of us experience a cold detachment of a few beautiful sunsets, weather conditions that are not always favourable to our chosen activities, and natural disasters we cannot understand. Oh, and not forgetting all those pesky animals needing space to roam free, when we want to use their land for our crops and conurbations.

In the pandemic world of COVID-19, human populations have been shown a stark example of how life can be when things taken for granted are taken away very quickly. Our perceived position, at 'the top of the evolutionary hierarchy', is not the stable place we have assumed it to be. People, en masse, have been forced to experience separation from each other, in a way that nature must feel at times, separated from people.

The planet was created with many autonomous systems, working in harmony and is underpinned by an intelligent consciousness which connects everything. Humans cannot even begin to appreciate the complexity of what is involved. Take this simple water droplet. All the natural laws which govern the behaviour of this slow motion capture, come together perfectly, even when we do not understand enough to know whether everything has occurred correctly:

Now imagine for a moment, everything else that is happening in our world, in perfect ways. Unified consciousness controls all of it, in perfect synchronicity.

Instead of seriously considering our ways to reduce our impact – like closing down a lot of unnecessary mass production and factory farming – we instead come up with alternative ways to use cleaner material processes to maintain or expand our production – in this case, electric vehicles: 

I personally feel that Hydrogen might be a better, or at least parallel, move:

Animals will often find ways to die, if their environmental conditions become unsustainable to support more of them, or their quality of existence becomes unbearable. Humans will not address this in any way, but rather act as Locusts – until there's nothing left to sustain them. Instead of addressing the problems head on, they instead propose the habitation, and perhaps terraforming, of barren planets in our solar system. Why can't we focus on looking after the one we already have?

The Coronovirus pandemic should be a wake-up call and, quite frankly, if commerce, industry and governments don't start acting more responsibly after this, I hope we have another pandemic or disaster which holds us to account.

I have included a few timeless Seth quotes, delivered through Jane Roberts between 1973 and 1980 – but which never lose their relevancy:

"A scientist examining nature studies its exterior, observing the outsideness of nature. Even investigative work involving atoms and molecules, or [theoretical] faster-than-light particles, concerns the particle nature of reality. The scientist does not usually look for nature’s heart."

—The Nature of Mass Events (NoME) Chapter 3: Session 817, January 30, 1978

"You divorce yourselves from nature and nature’s intents far more than the animals do. Nature in its stormy manifestations seems like an adversary. You must either look for reasons outside of yourselves to explain what seems to be nature’s ill intent at such times, or its utter lack of concern."

—NoME Chapter 3: Session 817, January 30, 1978

"As creatures you are a part of nature. The change of thoughts, feelings and beliefs into physical, objectively perceived phenomena is as natural as water changing into ice, for example, or a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. You not only form the structure of your civilizations and social institutions through the transference of beliefs, thoughts and feelings; but in this natural exchange you also help on quite intimate levels in the “psychic manufacture” of the physical environment itself, with all of its great sweeping variety, and yet seasonal stability."

—NoPR Chapter 17: Session 664, May 21, 1973

"Animals do not read or write books, but they do “read” nature directly through the context of their own experience, and through intuitive knowing. Man’s reasoning mind adds an atmosphere to nature, that is as real, say, as the Van Allen Belts (or radiation fields) that surround the earth."

—The Magical Approach (TMA) Session Eight: September 3, 1980

The world's human population is predicted to continue expanding – although I once attended a 'remote viewing' workshop and discovered a significant decrease by 2052. But, whatever happens, we should at least imagine a cleaner and more sustainable environment. We can certainly come up with some great ideas... but whether or not we now have the physical timeframe to implement them, remains to be seen.

"Man likes to think of himself as the caretaker of nature and the world. It is closer to the truth, however, to say — in that regard, at least — that nature is man’s caretaker; or that man exists, physically speaking, as the result of the graceful support of nature and all of its other species."

—TMA Session Eight: September 3, 1980

So how good have we been as joint custodians? It's still going well, then!

Never has there been such a time, of blatant disrespect for our environment.

How many of these people would have a shit on their kitchen table and then sit around it, eating their breakfast? Why do so many people continue to discard their waste, wherever they happen to be sitting or standing? And as I've said in a previous posting – there should be a ban on sending domestic waste to other countries.

"You must return, wiser creatures, to the nature that spawned you — not only as loving caretakers but as partners with the other species of the earth."

"Religious, scientific, medical, and cultural communications stress the existence of danger, minimize the purpose of the species or of any individual member of it, or see mankind as the one erratic, half-insane member of an otherwise orderly realm of nature."

"Your beliefs have generated feelings of unworth. Having artificially separated yourselves from nature, you do not trust it, but often experience it as an adversary. Your religions granted man a soul, while denying any to other species. Your bodies then were relegated to nature and your souls to God, who stood immaculately apart from His creations."

—NoME Chapter 2: Session 805, May 16, 1977

Monday 8 June 2020

The People's Protests

Once again, racism against non-white's has exploaded like a pent-up volcano, with hot lava flowing throw the indignant masses, who are sick of the time it takes for political procedures to address their growing anger on the lack of progess being realised in equality for all.

This clearly shows that leaders and politicians have not done enough to address the concerns of Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) groups - not only in the USA and UK, but across the world.

So what have our politicians done to show their concern and understanding? 
It seems that most have metaphorically reached for their petrol canisters, climbed to the top of their official residences and sprayed fuel onto the protester's fires, before continuing to fan the flames through the media. They have then resorted to waving their law books, but quite frankly, there are times when the law is indeed, an 'ass',* when through changes in a society's understanding over time, have brought people to new awarenesses and understandings about the way people behave towards one another. What use is there in a society becoming more enlightened, only to then be held in check by its [often ancient] laws that have truly lost their relevance?

The argument over whether or not Edward Colston's statue should remain on prominent public view in Bristol, with its offencive plaque proclaiming 'a character of virtuous deeds', has apparently been smouldering for about 20 years! What part of a 'no brainer' do those responsible for keeping such a monument in place, not understand? It could rightly have been placed in a museum, with a proper explanation of its removal, years ago.

Here's another virtuous person who gave a lot of money for helping others: Jimmy Savile. Bestowed with the title, 'Sir James Wilson Vincent Savile OBE KCSG' and laid to rest on a Scarborough cliff, facing out to sea, topped with a grand headstone. Well, that was very swiftly removed within days of the story reaching the press about his sexual predatory, paedophile behaviour.

And yet, in both of the above examples, a certain cultural and historical acceptance of such behaviours being 'of their times' were either largely ignored at the time, by the majority, or even accepted as normal activities. Move forward to where we are now, and such behaviours are considered abhorent by society, so much so, that many of these, 'now deviants', have been retroactively hunted down like Nazi war criminals, or the 'witch hunts of McCarthyism, when hundreds of Americans were accused of being "communists" or "communist sympathisers". We blame the past, but limit our action in the present, to properly addressing these issues.

Rather than addressing our new views and beliefs with understanding, and honestly discovering some of the causes, we have a society encouraged to 'be out for blood'; to blame others for, "allowing" these things to happen. We have not become wiser; we have become pious and self-righteous - where those who have not been involved in such activities, or even previously had them in their minds, take the moral high ground, justifying loudly that they have no stray thoughts or debaucheries to declare!

The result of this - and many other spotlights on issues that now come under the tags of 'right', 'wrong' and 'political correctness' - is that we rarely get to talk with the oppressed, openly; to listen to their views, or fully understand why there are problems with the ways we have been carrying on, and what we can really do about them - not in several more years time - but now!

In my opinion, Britain has, over the past 34 years, become a country that has continued to lose faith in both its "experts" and its "politicians". This has largely come about through the dishonesty of self-protection, endemic among those who can hold on to their status through wealth and influence. This is not some 'lefty' comment against right-wing oppressors, but a statement of bi-partisan impartial observation. It's not only the Black, Asian, and minority ethnic societies who are feeling repressed and unheard - it's everyone. From the proletariate to the traditionally privileged middle classes - people want change. The real trouble however, is that many do not know what change they want! Having said that, most know what they feel is inherently unfair, and whoever you are, humans do seem to have an inner sense of justice and when that sense of justice is threatened and it seems to have no voice that will be heard, they feel deep pain, stress, and anguish.

Mahatma Gandhi** is widely cited as saying: "Be the change you want to see." In other words, start to behave towards others, on a day to day basis, as you wish others to behave towards you. Show kindness and a willingness to co-operate with others and stop fighting against everything - whether it be people, diseases, or rights. Stop using confrontational language. Do not immediately take offense or umbrage. Remember the school bullies who did not have the vocabulary to express themselves? If they didn't like you, they just hit you! We all have emotional reactions to things and I am not saying we should simply suppress such feelings. It's how we manage those feelings by yes, accepting them, but also by turning them into something powerful in positive ways.

In our current world experience, many feel disenfranchised. This has not been helped by those wielding their might over others. There are definitely times when burning a bra or toppling a statue does more to bring something into stark focus, than writing a polite letter or email. If people will not be noticed through polite democracy, it is no surprise that eventually, other means will be resorted to. But when this happens, it is not going to help when those in authority insist on resorting to inappropriate or out-dated laws and heavy handedness, leading to arrests and incarceration. When thousands of people come together to protest, they obviously have some valid points to make. It is then beholden for those who have the means, in this case, politicians, to take positive action to address the concerns expressed and not simply fight against them. I believe, for example, that in the case of recent events, the approach taken by the leaders of Bristol, was the right one. How this is followed up of course, remains to be seen

"As a politician, one of your jobs is to understand your country" 
- Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol

If only all people could be as intelligent and eloquent in their use of language, as Marvin:

Conversely, what a shame that Krishnan Guru-Murthy of Channel 4 News and [in other interviews] Home Secretary, Priti Patel, Secretary of State for the Home Department, have to tow their party lines, with no indication of understanding or empathy, for the actions which unfolded.

And surely, if we can be outraged by those who committed historical sex offences, we have an equal right to feel outraged by the practises of a slave trader - regardless of how much money he gave to his city! Which brings me to the very big Elephant in the room - money. How often have we seen those in elevated positions, using their wealth to influence the  outcomes of justice?

In conclusion, I believe we need to come up with much better ways of addressing complaints and upsets in our societies. We have become too used to hollow promises of change only resulting in bureaucratic committees spending thousands or millions of pounds or dollars, taking years to explore every detail, in order to only aportion blame to someone, producing a lengthy report that comments on a few things that went wrong and recommending changes that need to be implemented in some distant futue. Job done - let's move on! But no; it's not 'job done' - it's merely ticking boxes. Normal people at street level know exactly what needs to be done. Things need to be implemented immediately to properly address the very real concerns of so many. And where money is concerned, we now know that our UK Government, at least, can lay its hands on whatever amount of money is needed, when something has to be done. So that's one excuse they can no longer use. Now let's get rid of all their other excuses for not properly addressing inequalities in our society.


*Charles Dickens:

“It was all Mrs. Bumble. She would do it," urged Mr. Bumble; first looking round, to ascertain that his partner had left the room.

That is no excuse," returned Mr. Brownlow. "You were present on the occasion of the destruction of these trinkets, and, indeed, are the more guilty of the two, in the eye of the law; for the law supposes that your wife acts under your direction."

If the law supposes that," said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, "the law is a ass — a idiot. If that's the eye of the law, the law is a bachelor; and the worst I wish the law is, that his eye may be opened by experience — by experience.”

**Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

An Indian lawyer, anti-colonial nationalist, and political ethicist, who employed nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India's independence from British Rule, and in turn inspire movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.

Saturday 28 March 2020

Time To Examine Your Beliefs About Reality

Most people live their daily lives as part of the 'official line of consciousness' - normal people with normal beliefs and interests, comfortably going along with the status quo, or accepting that things are just the way they are - without ever really questioning life any deeper than the surface they reside on.

Now, in these very different and challenging times, our mental outlook is more important than ever. A friend of mine used to say: "If you can't change your situation, change your attitude." This wasn't meant to be as condescending as it sounds and the advice is basically sound. In addition to this advice, let's look at the metaphysical approach. Whatever you focus your attention on, becomes more apparent in your mind and through 'law of attraction' draws more of the same to it.

In the week previous to writing this post, it occurred to me that some people spend a lot of time in isolation; some we give little thought to, such as those who might spend several months on the ISS (International Space Station). This inspired me to create the image shown below, which I posted on social media:

Since then, two other posts were made, offering suggestions of how to cope and ideas they were given as Astronauts:

Living Life at a Distance

Former Astronauts Share Ways To Cope With Social Distancing & Isolation

Many people say they weren't expecting this pandemic situation and asking 'why didn't anyone know this was coming?' Well, I have news for you: lots of people knew this was coming - including (love him or hate him) Bill Gates:

I asked my Astrology friend, Christine, if she could see what Astrology shows:

"March suggests a completely new cosmic energy as stern Saturn arrives in the innovative sign of Aquarius on the 22nd. Prepare for a challenge, Saturn has not been in this sign since 1994 and it will remain in Aquarius until March 2023. We will all feel the volatile impact of Uranus ruled Aquarius as we question the boundaries we have created in our life and begin the process of restructuring them. Rather than holding on to old habits, we should become more interested in experimenting and breaking free from whatever the status quo has been." - see the full details at Your Guiding Light.

Back in 2000, I attended 'The Field' Conference, in London, organised by Lynne McTaggart. Lynne has always been interested in the connections between spirituality and science and has researched to discover commonalities in both. During the conference, I participated with others, in a 'remote viewing' session. This is something that first gained public attention with the Russians and involves being given an envelope containing coordinates to a specific location, anywhere in the world. Using 'blind' experiments, it was found that a remote viewer could mentally travel to the location and see what was happening there. In the 'Cold War' years, both the Russians and the Americans trained remote viewers to 'visit' and make drawings of locations - often military - and describe what they could see from a distance. A couple of strange things occurred with early experiments: 1) the envelope containing the coordinates didn't need to be opened or seen by the remote viewer and 2) it was realised that remote viewers had to be given a date for the viewing. On one experimental occasion, a remote viewer drew an aerial image of buildings which included 2 big circles. The person who had provided information on the 'target area' said that there were no circular buildings in the location. It wasn't until the researchers examined past photographs of the site, that they realised that several years in the past, there had been 2 large silos on the site.

Anyway, to return to my point. I lay on the floor with about 200 other people, whilst we were guided through a remote viewing exercise. Remember, this was year 2000. Many people already had in mind, the Mayan Prophecy of 2012, where the world could end, or at least change considerably. 21 December 2012 was the end of the 'Mayan Long Count'. Our remote viewer instructed us to go to the year, 2052. I remember thinking, 'that's a bit pointless, if the world ends in 2012'. But anyway, I went along with the instruction.

Population experts had always predicted an exponential growth in the world's human population. At the time, we had just hit 7 billion people on the Earth and now there are 7.8 billion. It seemed inconceivable to many, that this trend would not continue. However, without exception, myself included, the people in the room reported afterwards that the world's population had diminished considerably. We were informed that this remote viewing exercise had been repeated in locations around the world, with the same resultant feedback. What I had personally noticed, were people living together in small communities and special interest groups. In the UK, most were only a little more than hunter-gatherers, but people seemed relatively content. Government had long gone and in America, a reduced governance was in place, but nothing like the current Federal behemoth. I noticed one group of people who were interested in militaria, but they were not interested in invading anyone - they just enjoyed the lifestyle. It seemed in general, that people were getting on well with one another - perhaps appreciating the past, in relation to their current experience, and not wishing to repeat that.

Moving forward, I became very interested in other research, namely that of Graham ['stuff just keeps getting older'] Hancock - an explorer of ancient civilisations with a journalist background, both as writer and broadcaster, who was very interested in the sudden demise of ancient civilisations around the world.

In 1995, he wrote 'Fingerprints Of The Gods' where he first shared his ideas on planetary catastrophe. In 2015, he revisited his findings in more depth and with fresh eyes, in 'Magician's Of The Gods', uncovering strong evidence of a Comet (or part of a Comet) impact that caused almost total annihilation of an advanced human civilisation and many of the Earth's species, between 12,800 and 11,600 years ago.

I attended one of Graham's many book signing events - not only up and down the UK, but also internationally, and found the book to be extremely well written and researched with plenty of cross-referenced evidence. What I have always liked about Graham, is he is not what I call an 'armchair explorer', like most of us. Graham goes out to all the locations he writes about and examines firsthand, the material he is going to write about... and occasionally, some of those places may be modern-day war zones! What surprised me though, wasn't the content of Graham's discoveries, but the bombardment of, quite nasty at times, disparaging comments by mainstream geologists and archaeologists. However, I am pleased to say, that since the publication of Graham's book and many guest appearances on talk shows, scientists and researchers around the world are now admitting, Graham was correct in his assertions.

One of Graham's most striking pieces of evidence was a 10,000 year old site, unearthed by archaeologists in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, Gobekli Tepe. What makes this site more incredible than most, is that its intricately carved stone circles, once completed, were then physically filled in and hidden by its makers. This is why it has been possible to date the site so accurately - the infill was deposited at the time and not windswept in over many centuries, like most other ancient
monuments around the world. So what's so special about Gobekli Tepe, you might ask? Well, not only is it unique as already described, but it provides detailed information of the cataclysm that took place between 12,800 and 11,600 years ago and predicts that we have once again reached a point in time when this is going to recur. And this from a site that has still only been partially uncovered!

Now, if you had mentioned Coronavirus (COVID-19) a few years ago, it would hardly have got any further in public acceptance than the many science fiction and horror movies exploring similar subjects. So when we now talk about a catastrophe of cosmic proportions - is anyone really going to take this seriously? What a far-fetched piece of scaremongering nonsense!

Since Graham published his discoveries, he has constantly said that organisations, such as NASA, should really be developing more awareness of, and tools to combat, potential near Earth objects (NEAs), so that we can be ready if a Comet, Asteroid, or sizeable space debris, enters our atmosphere and gets through. And it probably won't take anything particularly big to trigger an extinction level event - but its speed and mass on impact, will be devastating.

We already have recorded examples, in our own recent history, of space originating materials entering Earth's atmosphere. The Tunguska event was a large explosion that occurred near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in Yeniseysk Governorate (now Krasnoyarsk Krai), Russia, on the morning of 30 June 1908:

Even to this day, nothing has grown back

More recently, we had Shoemaker-Levy 9, first spotted in March 1993 by three veteran comet discoverers: Eugene and Carolyn Shoemaker, and David Levy.

The collisions ended up occurring for a number of days, from July 16 to 22, 1994. 21 separate fragments of the comet smashed into Jupiter's atmosphere, leaving blotches behind. Commentators at the time said, 'this proves that planets can still be hit.'

Some of you may remember the Chelyabinsk meteor - a superbolide that entered Earth's atmosphere over Russia on 15 February 2013.

Certainly another close encounter and a warning shot across our bows.

Anyway, this post is getting a bit long, so I'll stop now. All I am saying in conclusion is, examine your beliefs about the realities you experience. Know that despite what people may tell you, nothing is impossible. We live in an amazing universe and our physical experience goes beyond what most of us understand... and it can change very quickly.

Sunday 15 March 2020

Coronavirus - An Opportunity Or Temporary Inconvenience?

Do you remember when UK schools were asked if they wanted to opt out of local authority control? For many, this seemed to offer a tremendous opportunity to become autonomous from the restrictions of the National Curriculum. Unfortunately, most of those managing the schools decided, that wasn't the opportunity they were looking at. In the end it came down to managing their own budgets and largely, carrying on as normal, in all other respects! An opportunity for real and meaningful educational change was lost. Education, previously 30 years behind society's changes, was hurled backwards a further 70 years. Stress levels among staff and pupils is now at stratospheric heights and the knock-on effects will remain with society for decades.

The same could be said for Coronavirus (Covid-19). The world has been given a wake-up call. If you think we're being inconvenienced now, what would happen in a full climate crisis? Now don't get me wrong, I'm not a climate activist. However, I do understand that continued mass production, human population expansion, and the raping of Earth's resources, with little concern for sustainability, is not the way to carry on. Using jobs and the benefits of a strong economy as the excuse to create further damage, is not a solution - it's deranged thinking!

The danger of a pandemic is that it is treated like a temporary and inconvenient blip in our otherwise normal carry-on. But this is an opportunity for people to reflect on what's really important? How much an individual really needs for a basic quality of existence? Interesting too, that one of the symptoms of Covid-19 is difficulty breathing. A planetary climate disaster could potentially leave us unable to breathe at all.

Like so many situations of peril, many people do not realise when they are in genuine danger. I'm not talking here about being mentally fearful of things for no good reason, I'm talking about finding yourself in a genuine risk to life situation, when the right action then needs to be taken. A good example of this, is going for a hike and the weather suddenly changing. You have practised, or 'read up on', survival skills, but you cannot quite believe that you are running into a problem. Instead of creating appropriate shelter and keeping warm and protected, you carry on walking. By the time you realise you are cold and the weather is not changing, it is much harder for you to take the action required - potentially leading to hypothermia and death.

We cannot allow ourselves to reach this situation on a global scale and yet, this is where we are on the planet right now. We are carrying on with global and exponential expansion of human business, not fully realising where this is leading. There are things that can be done to improve the situation, but continuing to blindly walk along in the same way, is not the answer. On an individual level, we can visualise the world we would rather be living in; we can visualise countries and their leaders adopting better choices.

"Immediately stop mass-producing things that are not really essential"

Despite what you may say, this collective desire for improvement can and does affect the world and those who inhabit it. At a physical level, we all need to change the we think, as much as the way we live. This does not mean we should return to being hunter-gatherers (although for those who are left, this may be the outcome). However, we can immediately stop mass-producing things that are not really essential. We can stop insisting that everyone has to work and have a job, to survive. We have technology that can environmentally provide many of the things we all need, leaving more time to enjoy being alive in a physical world. Radical societal change is needed. Political ideologies and out-dated business models, need to be put aside and people need to reflect on how they are carrying on.

The new aim should be to give people joy and value fulfilment - not enslavement in unwanted employment, producing unwanted junk, purely for the sake of turning a fast buck.

When enough people in a society lose hope and feel restricted in their ability to enjoy and express life, they create circumstances which  can potentially remove them from the game. Covid-19 is an example of a physical manifestation of human upset.* Similar things have arisen throughout the history of humans on the Earth. The destruction of Atlantis and the catastrophic Comet extinctions, are all examples when humanity has lost control and sight of its true and higher nature.

*When I say, Covid-19 is an example of a physical manifestation of human upset, I am saying that the circumstances for the creation or appearance of Covid-19, are brought into being, initially by the most appropriate means to match the collective emotions - even if someone was inspired to manufacture such a virus which then 'escaped'.

Here are some quotes from Seth. An entity residing outside of the restrictions imposed by our three dimensions and one of time:

“The kinds of diseases change through historical periods. Some become fashionable, others go out of style. All epidemics, however, are mass statements both biologically and psychically. They point to mass beliefs that have brought about certain physical conditions that are abhorrent at all levels. They often go hand-in-hand with war, and represent biological protests.

"Whenever the conditions of life are such that its quality is threatened, there will be such a mass statement. The quality of life must be at a certain level so that individuals of a species—of any and all species—can develop. In your species, the spiritual, mental and psychic abilities add a dimension that is biologically pertinent.

“There simply must be, for example, a freedom to express ideas, an individual tendency, a worldwide social and political context in which each individual can develop his or her abilities and contribute to the species as a whole. …

“More and more, the quality of your lives is formed through the subjective realities of your feelings and mental constructions. Again, beliefs that foster despair are biologically destructive. They cause the physical system to shut down. …

“Such conditions, however, are the results of beliefs, which are mental, and so the most vital work must always be done in that area.”

Seth - The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Session 804

“The dynamics of health have nothing to do with inoculations. They reside in the consciousness of each being. In your terms they are regulated by emotions, desires, and thoughts."

The "Unknown" Reality, Vol. 1, Session 703

“The facts are that you choose even the KIND of illness that you have according to the nature of your beliefs. You are immune from ill health as long as you believe that you are.”

The Nature of Personal Reality, Session 624

“The act can be a very simple one. … In health terms, it involves conducting yourself once a day as though you were not sick in whatever way given you. But the belief in the present, reinforced for five minutes, plus such a physical action, will sometimes bring literally awesome results.”

The Nature of Personal Reality, Session 657

“The inner self always attempts to maintain the body's equilibrium and health, but many times your own beliefs prevent it from coming to your aid with even half of the energy available to it.

“Often only when you are in dire straits do you open up the doors to this great energy, when it is much too clear that your previous beliefs and behavior have not worked.

“You have at your disposal the means to insure your health.”

The Nature of Personal Reality, Session 623

“However it is your duty, and the duty of every individual insofar as it is within his power, to maintain his own psychic health and vitality; according to the strength of this vitality he will protect himself and others.

“Negative expectations, far from protecting either the individual or those with whom he comes in contact, will actually, to a greater or lesser degree, turn as destructive as any epidemic.”

The Early Sessions, Book 3, Session 143

“In the medical field, as in no other, you are faced directly with the full impact of your beliefs, for doctors are not the healthiest, but the least healthy. They fall prey to the beliefs to which they so heartily subscribe. Their concentration is upon disease, not health.”

The Nature of Personal Reality, Session 659

“The naming and labeling of ‘diseases’ is a harmful practice that to a large extent denies the innate mobility and ever-changing quality of the psyche as expressed in flesh. You are told that you have ‘something.’

“Out of the blue ‘it’ has attacked you, and your most intimate organs, perhaps. You are USUALLY told that your emotions or beliefs or system of values have nothing to do with the unfortunate circumstances that beset you.

“The patient, therefore, often feels relatively powerless and at the mercy of any stray virus that might come along. The facts are that you choose even the kind of illness that you have according to the nature of your beliefs. You are immune from ill health as long as you believe that you are.

“These are quite practical statements. Your body has an over all body consciousness filled with energy and vitality. It automatically rights any imbalances, but your conscious beliefs also affect this body consciousness. Your muscles believe what you tell them about themselves. So does every other portion of your physical body.

“While you believe that only doctors can cure you, you had better go to them, because in the framework of your beliefs they are the only people who can help you.

“But the framework itself is limiting; and again, while you may be cured of one difficulty, you will only replace it with another as long as your beliefs cause you to have physical problems.”

The Nature of Personal Reality, Session 624

You can denounce this blog as utter rubbish, but if this is your belief, then unlike me, you have not researched deeply and broadly. Since our individual realities are quite different, all I will end with is the famous, Spock from Star Trek, sign off... 'live long and prosper'.