”It will look like there is no way out, and then suddenly – a way forward will open.” – Drunvalo Melchizedek (Ur en av hans böcker. Handlar inte om Syrien utan en beskrivning av hur allt kan vända.)
Ett läge som i Sagan om Ringen!? När det ser som mörkast ut faller ringen ner i lavan i Domedagsberget och Saurons rike upplöses på ett ögonblick.
Our beliefs are so powerful that they literally create our reality. Our perceptions translate into our experiences. When we become aware of what we believe at our most basic and primal levels, we can understand with much greater clarity why our life experience is the way it is. Beliefs are nothing more than agreements about reality and they can be changed. They are the thoughts that we hold in our imagination and perceive to be real: consciously, subconsciously, and unconsciously. If we choose to create an empowered, loving, and expansive way of living, then our beliefs must match those frequencies. By refusing to acknowledge and integrate new information, we effectively hinder our growth and our chances for survival as a species. Therefore, it is vital that we take an honest look at our innermost beliefs about life and ourselves to determine if these really match up with our highest dreams and aspirations.
Gandhi förespråkade disobediance (olydnad) som ett sätt att skapa förändring i samhället. Det räcker långt med att förändra små saker i vardagen, att se saker på ett nytt sätt. Bara att stiga ur dramat och enbart observera kan räcka långt.
Sigmund Fraud, Staff Writer
The human mind is easily programmed, and human behavior is largely autonomous once the sub-conscious has a suggestion of what to do. By default, people seem inclined to conform to the ideas, environment and behaviors around them, at least as a means of survival and of fitting in. Unless an individual takes charge of their own mind and their own behavior, most people are content to follow along with what other people are doing, even if that means doing something self-destructive.
As we grow, we learn how to play and interact with others, and we learn how others react to us. We begin to develop an understanding of which behavior is acceptable and which is not, and if we are paying attention, we realize that there is a subtle system of rewards and punishments involved in social interaction. Adherence to this system is what keeps society together, and depending on what rewards and punishments appeal to us, we choose which ideas and behaviors to conform to and comply with. As a result, different societal roles become open to us.