Sunday, August 28, 2011

To my fellow swimmers, remember your coherence amidst the chaos

If you're paying attention to what's going on around the planet, and don't have your head in the sand, you can see that things are rather chaotic in the human mind globally.

People have two reactions to such chaos - surf the chaos, or attempt to hold on to old identities during the transition.

It's not unlike a metamorphosis - there's a liminal state between caterpillar and butterfly where neither form is readily apparent.

How we steer our attention through such transitions is particularly important.

A recent post by Tom Kenyon on the matter is titled "The Emergence of Multiple Chaotic Nodes" wherein a number of insightful and helpful points are made for people interested in the evolution of consciousness at this time.

We're reminded to return to love, to the heart:

From our perspective, the threshold for an Initiate from the lower vibrational worlds into the upper worlds is, first and foremost, through the heart. This transit of consciousness is essentially an inner journey from the lower chakras to the higher chakras. It is only when an Initiate both transcends and transforms his or her personal fixation on security, sex and power that the upward spiral opens. And the entrance into this upward spiral of consciousness occurs when the heart chakra becomes energetically open and permeable.
The paradox and the difficulty is that you live in a dualistic universe, and virtually any action you take is met by a counter-force. This paradox and difficulty is like a metaphorical grain of sand in an oyster; it is irritating. But through the process of self-evolution, the irritation (i.e. duality) becomes a pearl, and paradoxically, something of value emerges from that which was problematic. But each Initiate must create this pearl of self-transformation for him or herself. No religion, no master, no teacher or guru can do it for you.
It may sound too simplistic but, in our experience, the greatest evolutionary catalyst, and the greatest vibratory field of safety to bridge transition states (such as the one you are collectively entering), is through the heart, your heart.

Reminds me of a well known Hopi Prayer I found many years ago

 "There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift, that there are those who will be afraid. They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly. Know the river has its destination. The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above the water. And I say, see who is in there with you and celebrate. 
WE ARE THE ONES WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR." Oraibi, Arizona Hopi Nation Your Oneida brother 
Simply - we are called to celebrate. Celebrate love, life, connectedness.

Stay grounded in your heart, your love, your supportive relationships, your connection to the Earth.

We are held in a field of love and blessing as we swim down the river of light of time space.


From a Taoist Scripture - via a friend's text message:

"Don't chase after people's approval.
Don't depend on your plans.
Don't make decisions;
let decisions make themselves.

Free yourself of concepts;
don't believe what you think.

Embody the inexhaustible.

Wander beyond all paths.

Receive what you have been given
and know that it is always enough.

The Master's mind is like a mirror:

It responds but does not store, contains nothing,
excludes nothing, and reflects things exactly as they are.

Thus she has what she wants and wants only what she has."

Restoring Women to Cultural Memory

Friday, August 19, 2011

Poet training CEO's on the "Conversational Nature of Reality"

This poet is brought in to train and inspire CEO's to become more effective and connected to their stakeholders. The conversational nature of reality. Everything is talking with you. We live in a magnanimous reality and co-create a new beneficial reality for our world. It is one of "necessary disciplines" according to David....The world can change through "attentive presence" - the observer changes the world through the way that you look at the world. "Why not get with the program... and get out behind the wall you call 'you' and meet something other than yourself."