Earth Humans & Mass Stockholm Syndrome


Peddling Chaos

by Ron Head & The Council

Harmony

You are being shown the worst sides of all that is happening around you. It would be well to understand the reasons for this. There are concerted efforts being made to move you into, or keep you in, a certain mindset. And stirring up emotions just before, or while, passing people information insures that they will accept it. These are advertising practices. In essence you are sold ideas.

One of the most harmful ideas that is being promoted and taken advantage of is that side A is great and true and side B is atrocious and will cause you no end of grief. It is fairly obvious that there will be greater and lesser advantages to any question. However, when it is presented in the manner discussed above, several things happen.

First, it will cause all critical thinking about the topic to cease for most people. In essence, they have been frightened. Second, it causes deep rifts to develop in a society, thereby rendering it much easier to control. If ‘they’ can move people left or right, then ‘they’ don’t need to be in fear themselves. ‘They’ are secure in their position because the far larger numbers of the populace are distracted. Also, if the focus can be placed on what the left hand is doing, the right hand may do whatever it wants. So ‘they’ don’t really care if you choose A or B.

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Karma, Sex & Those Gnarly Thoughtforms

Here’s one from the archives that seems fitting to repost in tandem with the Violet Flame message I (re)posted earlier (that initially went out without a title – oops!). I was pretty charged about this at the time; my circumstances then definitely prompted the post. Perhaps it will serve someone today.


by Whitehawk

Unless one is an advanced spiritual initiate practicing meticulous lightbody hygiene, a huge array of thoughtforms accumulate in the human energy field. Often, clairvoyants can see them clustered around a person. They are just there, in everyone, like a cage full of various pets (or pests), tending to influence (or wreak havoc on) a life in such a variety of ways, they can become quite capable of taking over as a person’s primary navigation system, for better or worse, depending on prevailing themes.

feminine surrenderThoughts are indeed things (or beings, even), verrry powerful once they are loosed by a fertile mind — especially if energized by strong emotion — and verrry magnetic to more of the same. They broadcast invitations to resonant others to come join them and their beneficent host/creators, being us, sometimes to the point of burning down the house with their explosive potentialities.

They can also be likened to viruses, reproducing exponentially in the operating system of a life, as we cluelessly, sloppily, and naively obsess over various dramas in which we participate — in starring roles, as supportive cast, or “merely” as hooked voyeurs — all of which are investments of the energy of our attention. Of course, if one’s thoughts are 100% pure, loving and godly… then hey, no problem! But this post isn’t about that blessed state.

Consider that one destiny of these highly charged and magnetic thoughtforms can be the inception of addictions: ie, to the way one feels under the influence of a drug, or a person (ie guru or celebrity supplication/ worship are prime examples… or just a compelling peer connection), or sex. Sex is hugely powerful; ground zero in the “nuclear neighborhood” of the lower chakras. It is a portal to the divine if worked with in frequencies of high love and/or sacred intent. In the intoxicatingly charged dominant/ submissive dynamic between particularly aligned (or misaligned) male/ female polarities, it can be an ignition sequence for losing all control before you know what hit you if you don’t practice concerted management of your faculties. Continue reading

Aligning with Conscious Intention

Want a life of purpose? Make decisions with intention.

by Lisa Kentgen

In our culture, convenience is the supreme shaper of individual decisions. At least, that’s what law professor Tim Wu argues in the Feb. 18, 2018, edition of the New York Times Sunday Review. In his article, “The Tyranny of Convenience,” Wu writes that “convenience is all destination and no journey.” Wu suggests that resisting convenience takes a special kind of dedication. He also raises an important question: What is the cost of our collective default to convenience, both to ourselves as individuals and to us as a country?

In my work with hundreds of clients, both in psychotherapy and other settings, I’ve seen how a conscious and active relationship to the way we make decisions is essential to experiencing life as purposeful and our selves as authentic. Convenience can be helpful when it is consciously chosen. Too often, though, it is a habitual default. Unconscious defaults negatively impact our capacity to be the primary shapers of our own lives. Continue reading

Spiritual Focus Unravels the Matrix

Every now and then I check in with Tom Montauk’s wealth of material. He consistently offers an intelligent, articulate, fluff-free perspective on the nature of this reality in which we find ourselves.

If you’re open to considering a setup that is not religion-centric – not waiting for an exalted spiritual or extraterrestrial or extradimensional being to save you – you might really appreciate Tom’s transmissions.

Today I’m posting three short videos that I’ve probably posted here before. They’re well worth reviewing as another year winds down, to reiterate the importance of tuning in to your spirit – your beacon – to navigate this realm and negotiate your way “up.” Continue reading

Exploding Into A New Narrative

Reviewing my journal can provide great insight and inspiration at a later time when I need a boost. For instance, these three documented dream fragments from one night are illuminating:

I lie down on a bed and gaze upward into shimmering air. The space around me is alive with a beautiful, loving light that’s essential to life somehow… always present but seldom noticed.

I see a baby perched on a small platform above me, happy and cooing in this shimmering essence. Once I see it I’m completely enamored…

Next I’m walking in a purposeful stride wearing a floaty, diaphanous white gown, holding a wand with delicate, light-emitting streamers flowing from the base end…

In the last vignette, I’m walking up a staircase with a small animal (unclear what kind) on a leash. The little guy eagerly runs up the stairs ahead of me, but outruns the length of the leash, gets throttled, and starts thrashing to break free… Continue reading

The Scientology Phenomenon

I found this afterlife interview with L. Ron Hubbard – sci-fi writer and founder of the massively powerful and controversial Church of Scientology – to be a valuable message to witness and consider.

It speaks to the hows and whys of religions and cults: how is it one person can come along and manifest a movement like this?

Why are so many celebrities drawn to it?

What are some of the warnings – one biggie in particular – against joining a “religion” like this?

How does free will figure into this picture?

What does LRH think of people like actress Leah Remini, who was once a member and now speaks out against it?

What really happened to the wife of David Miscavige, the current (and hard core) leader of Scientology?

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What Is the Chimera Effect?

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This is getting a tad afield of this blog’s intent/content, but it came up in yesterday’s post by Lisa Renee, about Consent. I’m talking about the “chimera effect.” What does this mean?

I myself had the vaguest notion… some kind of hybrid? … and when I googled the term I found it all over the ‘net. It’s used in a lot of sci-fi contexts, for instance… often represented by “reptilian eyes” or the image of a lion with a goat growing from its back… which does not negate the real-world possibility of its existence, considering the over-the-top assault on all forms of nature we are seeing.

Anyway, my search brought me right back to Lisa… her ascension glossary in particular, from which the following explanation comes… and which I post here as something for readers to read, if they choose, with discernment.

It’s pretty freaky, but puts more meat on the bones of the importance of keeping vigilante re: our thoughts, attitudes, intentions, and various consents!

Those “small allowances” can open doors to much larger – even dangerous – problems. Hence the phrase “slippery slope.”

One last note: the graphic I used here is NOT from a “chimera”-themed source. I just decided to use it for its suggestion of one type of cell barging in on others in a living system. These fellows look rather like coffee beans, eh?

Love to you… Whitehawk


What Is The Chimera Effect?

To illustrate the absolutely critical nature of comprehending where we place our intent and Consent, and to be aware of what kind of vibrational forces we are allowing our body to express through thoughts, behaviors and actions, we are explaining the Chimera Effect.

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Shine Your Soul, Be Fierce, Show Mercy

drawing-nature-wolf-woman-favim-com-4514257Friends, what a time we are in. Personally, I’m having much technical difficulty with this blog and much physical difficulty with this bio-suit, resulting in much hinderance in communications! Multi-layered mayhem.  And SO MUCH is happening now at every level of our reality. omg.

Following is a shining piece by Clarissa Pinkola Estes for your “bolstering” in the stormy waves of change upon us. More soon… Whitehawk ox


“My friends, do not lose heart. We were made for these times. I have heard from so many recently who are deeply and properly bewildered. They are concerned about the state of affairs in our world now. Ours is a time of almost daily astonishment and often righteous rage over the latest degradations of what matters most to civilized, visionary people.

You are right in your assessments. The lustre and hubris some have aspired to while endorsing acts so heinous against children, elders, everyday people, the poor, the unguarded, the helpless, is breathtaking. Yet, I urge you, ask you, gentle you, to please not spend your spirit dry by bewailing these difficult times. Especially do not lose hope. Most particularly because, the fact is that we were made for these times. Yes. For years, we have been learning, practicing, been in training for and just waiting to meet on this exact plain of engagement.

I grew up on the Great Lakes and recognize a seaworthy vessel when I see one. Regarding awakened souls, there have never been more able vessels in the waters than there are right now across the world. And they are fully provisioned and able to signal one another as never before in the history of humankind. Continue reading

Ego vs. Will

Are will and ego the same thing? My current personal exploration on the subject of will brought me to this article, which I’m sharing for its potential value re: clarification of terms. I found it quite illuminating!

This is not Part 2 of Right Use of Will, but serves as a useful supplement to the conversation, imho. oxW

by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait

Q: Isn’t a strong ego a requirement for success in anything, including spiritual practice?

Often people think they need a strong ego to live successfully in the world and to be successful in their spiritual endeavors. This is not true. We cannot be successful in either the external world or the internal world while we are tossed about by a powerful ego. What success in both realms requires is a strong will.

The difference between ego and will is that the ego is blind, while the will has vision. Will has its source in the pure Self. Ego springs from a false sense of identification (avidya) with the external world, and is usually concerned with preserving self-image and self-identity. Ego is characterized by stubbornness, selfishness, and an unwillingness to compromise.

The ego is like a little pool.

An egotistical person crouches in that little pool like a frog—his world is small, his borders insecure. He has only a vague awareness of the grove of trees surrounding his pool, and he cannot even imagine the frog-filled marshes just beyond. From his perspective, only his own feelings and voice are meaningful.

But the power of will is like a spring whose source is the Pure Being.

Will infuses the mind and body with enthusiasm, courage, curiosity, and the energy to act. In yogic literature this force—the intrinsic power of the soul—is called iccha shakti, and it is from this force that all the various aspects of our personality, including the ego, receive the energy to carry out their activities.

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Right Use of Will – Part 1

I have so much on my mind relative to this matter of *will,* this post took on a will of its own and began growing too long too fast! So this will be the first of two,  maybe even three, parts. I’ve realized in recent months that so many  situations needing healing trace back to this matter of will and how various people tend to use theirs, so discussing it seemed the thing to do.

12079093_585546311577044_5488261042106871422_nWill has actually been a theme of ongoing learning for me, my entire life. As a little girl growing up in a male-dominated family of “dramatic big people,” I lived amid strong-willed yang energy blasting regularly at high volume. Willful battles featuring loud, demeaning exchanges between my father and brothers were routine. Verbal abuse was the arsenal, with the target’s self-esteem firmly fixed in the cross-hairs. This was apparently my father’s misguided, old-school idea of how to dominate and control his kids… including me, too, when my teens years came along.

As you can imagine, what this accomplished was interpersonal alienation, hard feelings, and troubled relationships – not only within the family, but beyond it as well. And as much as I really hate to admit it, I also became skilled at verbal evisceration if pushed far enough. I can’t remember the last time I’ve actually let loose like that, but I can think of a couple of likely scenarios! It pains me to even think that there were times I felt so raw that I’d lash out with such acidic intention. When not managing will properly, a typical outcome for me was to let someone push and push with their bullying behavior until I’d finally explode in exactly the wrong way.

Anyone relate?

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