Fri, 14 October 2005
1-Establishing Change. 2-Ask some questions: What kind of change? Base it in personal and larger considerations. Change towards what and away from what? Is it ethical? Ethics and spirituality are intrinsically tied together. Tied into the picture of the 5 dimensions. Includes the bigger picture. 3-What is your focus? What do you want to achieve, and how does that relate to your personal sphere? All things grow from this. 4-Be the change you want to see first, other wise you are merely publicizing that which you have not yet owned and made real. This makes you subject to failure. 5-The American malaise. All rhetoric and no real demonstration. 6-The Power of Attention. 7-The Power of Personal Presence. The sheer weight of a truthful consciousness held in place is real influence. 8-Go for the highest activism. Personal transformation incorporating. 5 dimensional wisdom. It affects all the bodies, not just the physical or mental. But it needs to include the causal and etheric as well. 9-The 1960's activism paradigm was based in a feeling that something was really wrong that needed changing. Motivation for much of it was anger. But being aware of things being out of balance is the first stage towards wellness and healing. Acknowledging that there is a problem. Music today is "Changes" from the album popular music that will live forever by http://www.Finniston.com.
The greatest change you can offer the world is a changed state of consciousness and its related demonstrated behavior.