Monday, June 27, 2011

Thoughts 13

     We are entering in a world period of greater responsibility. This is not only in terms of our individual actions but reflects also for each thought, emotion, intention, and energetic expression. Increasingly what we manifest within ourselves becomes a part of the external world. This is why we are encouraged to ‘become the change we wish to see’. We can each participate in manifesting the change we wish to see in the world around us. This is not metaphysical or occult – it is simply how our integral relationship with the world operates. This relationship is becoming more apparent to a growing number of people as more and more individuals awake to the power of change inherent within each person’s mandate of responsibility.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Thoughts 12

     A shaman once said: ‘A warrior lives by acting, not by thinking about acting, nor by thinking about what he will think when he has finished acting’. Today, agents of change are the new warriors, as hearts in action rather than minds in abstract. Yet this action does not call for a physical demonstration against the incumbent system. Instead, it calls forth an energetic push – a heartfelt impulse – towards an alternative way of being. It is not our aim to be confrontational; rather, it is our aim to be creative.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Thoughts 11

      An evolving consciousness reflects the understanding that conscious energy is primary, and the need to be aware and open to ideas and impacts of evolutionary and spiritual thinking.  The view that consciousness is a primary force/energy in our reality is the key to helping people expand their consciousness and identify with ever more non-local ties and responsibilities.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Thoughts 10

     Working with what one instinctively feels to be necessary can be different from working with what one thinks to be important. This distinction is subtle yet often crucial.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Thoughts 9

     It is important that we embrace ideas now so that they may become acceptable mental currency in advance of their actualization.

The mechanism of our own evolution

At each stage man has to abandon
the secure, the trusted,
and —for his present moment—
the ultimate.
At each stage he has to struggle
with the denying force of inertia.
He has to surmount a mental obstacle
as once he had to surmount biological obstacles.

If he succeeds, he learns more, understands more,
gets closer and closer to participating.
It may be that he is now required
to confront —and accept—
the mechanism of his own evolution."

Ernest Scott - 'The People of the Secret'

Monday, June 13, 2011

Thoughts 8

 Don’t make things into issues – make them into targets.