Still photo and quote from Harold and Maude (1971)
Mickey Z. — World News Trust
July 5, 2021
We awaken each morning after a couple or many hours in the astral and, in a flash, we must recall who we are… at least who we think we are. Without conscious effort, we remember our name, age, station in life, who we’re mad at, how we like our coffee, etc., etc., and then we move forward into another day in paradise. But how much of it is an illusion? How much of it is no different from how a magician uses misdirection and distraction to trick us — knowing most of us really wanna be tricked?
Please take 1.5 minutes to watch this primer:
Another article suggestion I’ve recently gotten relates to life being the inevitable result of random choices. On the surface, it seems undeniably true. But what if we’re far more powerful than “they” are letting us believe? And that’s why we’re inundated with illusions and delusions and “magic” tricks to distract us. As the “magician” in the video above suggests: “Make the sneaky moments insignificant and make the insignificant moments as memorable as possible.” What greater description of corporate and State power have you ever heard?
But what if we’re not solely at the mercy of genes or luck? What if the concepts of epigenetics are true? According to the beloved CDC, epigenetics is “the study of how your behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way your genes work. Unlike genetic changes, epigenetic changes are reversible and do not change your DNA sequence, but they can change how your body reads a DNA sequence.” So yeah, even official “science” knows it’s real. But they keep us focused on genetic basics like diet and exercise (not that most Americans ever take those things seriously anyway).
Personally, I’m far more interested in Dr. Joe Dispenza’s version: “Epigenetics teaches that we, indeed, are not doomed by our genes and that a change in human consciousness can produce physical changes, both in structure and function, in the human body. We can modify our genetic destiny by turning on the genes we want and turning off the ones we don’t want through working with the various factors in the environment that program our genes. Some of those signals come from within the body, such as feelings and thoughts, while others come from the body’s response to the external environment, such as pollution or sunlight.”
(For those of you who require “credentials”: Dispenza has a Bachelor of Science and is a Doctor of Chiropractic. His post-graduate training includes the fields of neuroscience and neuroplasticity, quantitative electroencephalogram measurements, epigenetics, mind-body medicine, and brain/heart coherence.)
A change in human consciousness can produce physical changes? Not doomed by our genes? We can modify our genetic destiny? These are possibilities the ancients — and some modern-day mystics — grasped intuitively. But today, we don’t entertain such options. We are heavily programmed to shrug off and accept hardships and letdowns. “You can’t fight City Hall,” we repeat like well-trained parrots. “It is what it is.” What can we do against the randomness of it all?
Composite image by Yuen Yiu, Inside Science Staff Writer, prepared from Creation of Adam by Michelangelo (Public Domain) and dice photo by PierreSelim (CC BY 3.0)
Why do we so readily accept this mindset? Are we too deeply programmed? Do we fear being judged as crazy for harboring such beliefs? Will we lose social media followers if we don’t adhere to the hive mind mantras? Whatever the cause, our acquiescence props up a heinously corrupt and inequitable system. Our acquiescence allows injustice, oppression, and violence to thrive. It also allows illusions and delusions to thrive. You may be alt-right. You may be “woke.” You may be anywhere on the fabricated ideological spectrum. Wherever you call home, think about it: you regularly speak into existence the lies and deceptions you’ve been force-fed since childhood.
Like a third-rate magician, the powers-that-be use misdirection to have us do their work for them. They are impotent against our power so they must convince us that we’re weak. They distract us with false, petty conflicts in order to keep us more manageable. After a time, they can walk away — secure in the knowledge that we will self-police. We’ll accept their limits as freedom. Anything beyond these imaginary chains and bars, we believe, is fantasy. It’s beyond our reach. We’d be “crazy” to not strive for and accept the minimum security being offered. In fact, we’ll celebrate it on social media with the hashtags #blessed and #gratitude. Again, as the dude in the magic video above said, the illusionists “make the sneaky moments insignificant and make the insignificant moments as memorable as possible.”
“It is what it is”? How about “it is what I want it to be”? How about we reach the point where the insignificant moments hold no appeal to us? You don’t require a “magician” to attain this level — you were born with all the magic you need inside you. I’m not talking about some fabricated woke “identity.” This is the reality I speak of: A change in human consciousness can produce physical changes.
It’s time for a new awakening routine: After a couple or many hours in the astral, you rise. Sure, you remember the basics of your life but each day, you also shift your consciousness to produce tangible changes in your life — and in the lives of others. You don’t need the “authorities” to tell you what’s possible — despite whatever random factors are at play. Every minute of every day, you are crafting new possibilities and new realities for yourself. You are rejecting the cookie-cutter options and insignificant moments we’re being sold 24/7. Call me crazy, but I’d like to see what happens when I modify my genetic destiny. Hey, I’ve got nothing to lose but my chains…
Coda: Please take 3 minutes to contemplate this perspective:
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