In the province of the mind or connected minds, what one believes to be true is true or becomes true and what the network believes to be true, either is true or becomes true within certain limits, to be found experientially and experimentally. These limits are further beliefs to be transcended. In the mind, there are no limits. -John C. Lilly
I think, therefore, I am
It has been said that, pain is an illusion. Perhaps it is, but it has manifested into becoming our physical reality. Our reality consists of daily pain. This is the hardened form of our dreams and spiritual being. If yOur world is full of pain, physical or emotional, it is an indication of watts going on in yOur spiritual life and dream worlds. We are stripped of power over our lives when we do not handle our dreams with courage and honesty. Our deepest self-truths are what (watt) we manifest and live-out in our daily lives.
Remember: Universe begins with U.N.I.
The Alchemy of Love
We are a Soul (sole) Team.
We travel together all-ways.
We are of One Body, Mind and Spirit.
We are Eternal.
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Creators of Light
We are the darkness which creates light. If there were no darkeness, there would be
There was a time when man became fully aware of this fact, however, displeasing to those who would capture and hunt the Soul of man, my brethren. Locked up in a Rapunzel world.
Intuition is our most faithful and absolute guide. The one who can feel what (watt) we cannot see. The one who has never let us down. The one we shrug off frequently or bury with chores and tasks. The one we deny. The truest friend we have, which is, our self.
Gentleness is a primary key that opens many doors.
A Weigh with Words
I love English. I love writing. I love words. Why? Because, words are alive. Words are formed by sound. Sound is vibration that moves matter and creates Worlds. Gener-ations of people, plants and animals all created by structured sound vibration. Imagine if we had control over this infall-ible mechanism that we possess?
With all things sending their vibrational life force into the atmosphere, it’s so selfish to want to be the only something here. When particles of dust carry more through the air than we’ll ever know… or maybe, even care.
More than words, I love Michael. His words are of Truth and Love which never gets old, dies, or fades away and neither will his legacy. This would not be my website, if Michael wasn’t on the Home page. His Spirit is free, after a long servitude to you and me. We carry a part of him with us through eternity. Thank you, Michael.
hee-he Heals the World. <3
The Wu Xing, (五行 wŭ xíng) also known as the Five Elements, Five Phases, the Five Agents, the Five Movements, Five Processes, and the Five Steps/Stages, is a
fivefold conceptual scheme that many traditional Chinese fields used to explain
a wide array of phenomena, from cosmic cycles to the interaction between internal
organs, and from the succession of political regimes to the properties of medicinal drugs. The "Five Phases" are Wood (木 mù), Fire (火 huǒ), Earth (土 tǔ), Metal (金 jīn), and Water (水 shuǐ). This order of presentation is known as the "mutual generation" (xiangsheng 相生) sequence.
In the order of "mutual conquest" (xiangsheng 相勝) or "mutual overcoming"
(xiangke 相剋), they are Wood, Earth, Water, Fire, and Metal. "Wu Xing" is often translated as Five Elements and this is used extensively by many including practitioners of Five Element acupuncture. This translation arose by false analogy with the Western system of the four elements.
Whereas the classical Greek elements were concerned with substances or natural
qualities, the Chinese xing are "primarily concerned with process and change," hence the common translation as "phases" or "agents." By the same token, Mu is thought of as "Tree" rather than "Wood".
Creative power unleashed, we look forward to those things we've never seen before.
Frustrations of our Nation's history and the amnesia of the population of the country brings chills to my spine. So I consider, what (watt) do we do? Other than just look back in remorse. We cannot repair the damage done. We cannot live in mourning. It's time to heal and deal with the aftermath. Acknowledging the World as One. Leaving the bitterness behind, we cast it to the sea, living a life Divine. Love you - Ellis, D.
Is it possible? Could it be?