“The two most important days are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”
– Mark Twain
“The two most important days are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”
– Mark Twain
“A thousand fantasies…Begin to throng into my memory.”
– John Milton, Comus
Ruminating a bit about how one is able to detach from the system that wishes to harvest us for every single drop of money, energy and life, it occurred to me that before we can see the macro view of reality, and how we fit into that, we have to see where we fit into this whole grand scheme.
How do we go about doing that?
Before we answer that, we would have to know, where we come from, and where we are going, and who we ultimately are as an individual.
Who we are is highly dependent about where we come from. Our nascent stages in life help mold our virtues, and ultimately allow doors to appear by the path we choose to take.
Each door is a new opportunity, a new beginning. Some get opened, many do not. Based on which doors we opt to open, we get to continue on our path, or reroute into something else.
The path a person takes will ultimately dictate the struggles and circumstances that make a person who they are. Every single one of us has a story to tell. What is your story?
What have you gone through? Have you had any hardships that, although excruciating, made you glad you were alive? Was it an accident? Was it the loss of someone? Was it the loss of a job? Was it a cheating death? Something else entirely?
Are you not glad that you are here now, and have overcome said obstacle? Why are you glad? Is it because you get to have your old life back? Or is it because you realize how precious life is, and you now want to push yourself to the limits?
Have you pushed yourself? Or are you still going day by day in your life? Why or why not?
Many times after facing dire circumstances, most people seep back into their daily routine, myself included, and don’t even try and chase their dreams and become something greater. However, how can we know what we are capable if we don’t even try? How can we know if we’ve never pushed ourselves beyond anything conventional?
Where would humanity’s greatest minds – Plato, Tesla, Bach, Socrates, Aristotle, Da Vinci, Galileo – be if they settled for the common life and/or followed the crowd? It would surely be an insipid world, that’s for sure.
Ever wonder what life would be without the contributions of all those before you? Those contributions by those before us have facilitate our life in many ways. It would be great to appreciate them because life itself could be vastly more difficult if people weren’t proactive in seeking a life of purpose, a life of meaning.
Let that sink in for a bit. Just remove one of those individuals – and all their contributions – and see how much life changes for humanity as a whole. And how did each of those individuals get started? With imagination. Without being able to imagine a better path for themselves, optimal choices, they wouldn’t have been able to accomplish what they sought out to do.
Ponder this: when is the last time someone asked you where you are going in life? What are your goals in life? What is meant by goals is more than just “get a job, make money, etc.”. What’s meant is the things that really bring value to your life, the things that fuse meaning into your every day life, that bring joy to waking up. What are those goals? Is it to help others? To help your family? Something else? And why or why not are you following those goals?
That said, let us take a side road for a moment.
Old cultures lived in harmony with the earth. They conquered issue after issue harnessing their creative power – because that’s all they had – and all without the luxuries that are given/allowed to us, and that most of us take for granted. Not everyone in the modern world has these option. Perhaps half the people on Earth truly have the ability to use most modern technology in its many forms, but we all have the ability to use our imagination to push forth into whatever we wish will suit us.
The fact that you are reading this blog is proof enough that you live in an age where information is ever present, in its many forms. The fact that you are here, now, being able to engage with other people in what is called the internet, shows the capacity for human imagination.
When growing up, nigh everyone has incredible, boundless, and inspiring aspirations. But as we grow older, due to many circumstances, it seems most people have settled for what’s been laid out for them, rather than grabbing life and taking charge and creating reality themselves. A truly wonderful one. Not the one that the mainstream media is claiming exists. But the one that makes you and only you, truly happy to not only be alive, but to push the boundaries of your life in every way shape or form.
Waking up to a world of limitless ideas – every single day – is a wonderful thing. It allows you to face life from countless angles, and be able to take whichever path you wish to follow, rather than what people think you should take.
You’ve been there, right? When someone tells you what they think you should do. Often times this comes from concern, but even then, your life is ultimately yours, and only you can know what path is best for you.
Even if you haven’t reached the point of knowing what you want to do and your destination, perhaps ruminations will help. Or perhaps, sampling the kaleidoscope of life might offer some ideas which might resonate with your soul. It’s hard to know without even attempting, though. Trying is key; trying is the first step to success.
Trying, sometimes seeming like jumping into the deep end, is really the only way an individual can know what they are made of, what they are capable of. For example, how do you know you can run 20 miles straight if you haven’t even attempted 10? How will you know you what storms you will weather if your ship doesn’t set sail?
Only by allowing ourselves to attempt something will we ever truly arrive at our destination. And to choose a new one thenceforth.
Ruminate upon this: how many people that you know are really living their dream, truly? It’s a serious question, and one that might get askance looks or sad responses, but its worthy of such query because you will realize that most people haven’t followed their dreams for a variety of reasons. They could however overcome much of the stigma and mental hardships if they just tried. Again, how can you know if you don’t try?
If you are searching for something more, then ponder deeply about that. Spend some time bouncing questions with other inquiring folks and see where that takes you. It’s an excellent exercise, and one that nets great benefits the more time one ponders.
Ultimately, your path is your own. But for the love of everything amazing, including yourself, do not settle for good, when you know great is looming around the corner.
It only takes one thought. Just one.
Pull that blank canvas out of the mental closet. Begin to paint the world that you want – the ceaseless one that will satisfy your every dream.
That, or just go back to your daily scheduled programming.
In the end, You decide. You always decide.
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Zy Marquiez is an avid book reviewer, researcher, an open-minded skeptic, yogi, humanitarian, and freelance writer who studies regularly subjects like Consciousness, Education, Creativity, The Individual, Ancient History & Ancient Civilizations, Forbidden Archaeology, Big Pharma, Alternative Health, Space, Geoengineering, Social Engineering, Propaganda, and much more.
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March 2, 2017
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
– Albert Einstein
“Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
As a preamble, the term synchronicity was coined by Dr. Carl Gustav Jung nigh a century ago. For our purpose, synchronicity is based upon the inherent connection that connects us all, which stems from Jung’s idea of a collective consciousness. Essentially, synchronicity is multiple events taking place at the same time, which are directly related at the core, although conventional thinking would state otherwise.
Knowing that, have you ever ran into a particular circumstance in which you were searching for somewhere, something, or someone, and have that exact thing you are looking for just synchronistically fall in your lap?
This has been the type of event that has been taking place in my life for the better part of ten years, and its results have always infused me with increase of positivity, drive, poise and resolve. Having what you sought be shown to you is almost like the Universe throwing you a bone per se.
For instance, the reason for writing about this is because this very type of event just happened minutes ago. After searching adamantly for a bit of time it “just so happened” that the very information that was being searched for by myself was not only available, but there for the taking. I am not talking about searching for things which are easy to find, either. I am strictly speaking about particular things which require extended research for the most part.
Admittedly, it’s my contention that the reason this happens is because my eyes are open to these possibilities. Having learned through experience, I have learned to pay extra attention for the signature circumstances that might be beneficial for me to take advantage of it. In hindsight, there were many instances that my eyes were not open, although opportunity was knocking on the door nonstop.
Part of the reason for missing these opportunities was because my awareness was nigh non-existent, and the lifestyle lead by me just wasn’t as positive and conducive towards positive things. My life didn’t follow a negative path, per se, but it was just a cookie-cutter lifestyle that’s laden with poor choices to boot which plagued everything from my health, finances, mind, spirit, and soul.
Now however, after having learned from my mistakes, and those of others, it’s become easier to be able to pick up on these small signposts that are available for the taking. Am thankful because, had some of these very lucky draws life threw me earlier weren’t noticed by me, my life would be drastically different, and definitely not for better.
In contrast, there’s at least two ways that these synchronicities, at least in my life, can be taken. These synchronicities may be seen as either completely meaningless, as pure dominoes of destiny smashing into each other with no sense or purpose. Or, perhaps there’s more.
Perhaps, all of these instances are something emblematic of something else taking place.
Whether it is having someone ‘random’ get your attention and you hitting the breaks before getting t-boned by a car that ran a red light; whether it’s a small note falling ‘randomly’ out of someone’s backpack which points to the direction you sought to find; whether it’s that person calling you reminding you of that one thing you never told them about that you need to get done, but which they ‘happen’ to know of nonetheless; whether it’s that post on social media that you’ve been looking for, for years due to its ramifications and someone that you don’t even know posted it because they ‘felt like it’, and that drives you to create something unique and phenomenal; whether it’s that one piece of wisdom that’s so profound that changes your life, and happened to be written by someone else within a book that you didn’t even want in the first place – all of these contain signature synchronicities.
Synchronicities, to those aware, are like shooting stars for the taking, plucked out of the canvas of creation that is life, to be repurposed of your life.
So, Life can be seen as either boring, meaningless, and purposeless, which is one way to look at it.
Or, Life is an adventure of growth, meaning, and elation, which has an underlying function for a greater purpose.
Don’t know about you, but my life’s been a lot of things, but certainly never purposeless, meaningless, and definitely not boring!
What say you?
Source: Tom Campbell
July 11, 2016
Physicist, consciousness researcher, author of the My Big TOE trilogy and international lecturer, describes the nature of our larger reality, provides a complete theory of consciousness, and explains our purpose and connection to that larger reality. Along the way, Campbell derives a more fundamental science that directly answers the most pressing problems and paradoxes of modern physics.
July 6, 2016
Change is ever-present in our society.
Everywhere we look, in every realm we glance at, in every discipline we gaze into, there is a modicum of change taking place.
Some of this change is imposed by authority. Much of it isn’t.
Throughout history, we have examples of conscious individuals that have spawned massive change through their actions and creative potential. One of these individuals was Martin Luther King Jr.
Many people are quite familiar with King’s ‘I have a dream’ passage, and rightly so. The thoughts he expressed via that remark spawned wildfires that still burn to this day.
Another salient quote of his was:
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”
In a world where many people want change, where many people expect change, where many people demand change, those words would be wise for everyone to take to heart.
Many people will be quick to want others to change circumstances for them [i.e. politics], but not many will follow suit with thorough and tangible introspection to help themselves.
These days, the words from the above quote resonate with me more and more.
Helping others attain an awareness of what’s working against them in life is an idea that’s become a catalyst in my life for quite some time. This is because the burgeoning issues we are facing physically, mentally, psychologically, and so on are only getting more pressing by the day, and it’s imperative for cognizant individuals to come to terms with it, because they stand to get run over by the very system they work for, the very system that harvests their every branch of life.
Being keenly aware of the dastardly clever comptrollers that work behind the scenes and their modalities is but a start. Be it incessant propaganda with the mainstream media, an onslaught of social engineering in its many forms, or a veritable storm of mind control through other fashions, the scale at which we are facing troublesome issues is compounding quite rapidly.
Be that as it may, attaining individual self empowerment through proactive, responsible action is the gateway to our solutions.
By each of us employing conscious creativity and our unending inherent potential, we will finally be able to detach from the system-imposed paradigm we are brought into and reach more mindful pastures.
Therein, as we begin [or continue] to transition from a reactive and stagnant state, to a proactive and conscious state, those meddlesome issues that have plagued us will begin to melt away like snow in the dessert.
Always remember, the impetus for change begins with you, with your deeper consciousness.
Ponder a bit, what would Martin Luther King Jr. have accomplished if he chose to stay stagnant over the pressing issues that he faced? The course of history would be far, far different. Thankfully, that potentiality went by the wayside.
Ponder about what drives you; fight for what you believe in. Don’t wait for issues to arrive at your doorstep before taking action because it will be too late.
Let’s quit falling into the whirlpool of twisted lies that are becoming more and more obvious every day.
Only through conscious action will we be able to reach the potential/goals that we each as an individual inherently has.
Keep planting seeds.
The truth is far more important than anything else, and to be inactive when it needs us the most is the pull the plug on our own tomorrow.
Enjoy life – your gift – and make it count.
Become emboldened by your creative potential and let it take you into tomorrow.
After all, if you put your mind to it your creative potential cannot be thwarted.
[Part 1] Host Evita Ochel hosts physicist Tom Campbell as he discusses his MBT Theory and he begins by delving into transcendental meditation, and then dovetails into other aspects of his theory of everything which include out of body experiences, what is reality, parallel processing in multiple realities, knowing vs experiencing, the limitation of words to describe experiences, the non-objective nature of our reality, double slit experiment, the probabilistic nature of reality, the origin of the Big Bang, the limitations of Albert Einstein’s work, the definition of consciousness, connection of reality to consciousness, the nature of reality as virtual, placebo effect and mind healing, is it possible to be an objective human being, the uncertainty of our reality, the subjective nature of our reality, the rule set of reality, the consistency of reality, the power of intent, the role of fear and ego in creating our reality & tips for creating an optimal reality
[Part 2 Below ] Topics include further exploration of what it means to live in a virtual reality
– the possibility of breaking the rule set of reality
– the role of free will
– the role of personal responsibility
– how the mind can change reality
– the potential of prayer
– the ego’s influence on reality
– implications of positive thinking vs negative thinking
– how we can change the world – collective reality
– what is the purpose of life
– what is the purpose of a virtual reality
– the role of evolution in a digital information system
– the role of interaction and relationships for evolution
– how the rules of a virtual reality system relate to our evolution
– the role of love and fear in evolution
– feedback in a virtual reality system
– reincarnation and role of death
– the limitations of beliefs with regards to evolution
– explanation of entropy and its importance for our evolution
– what makes us more powerful people
– an explanation of decision space and what influences it
– entropy in relationship to personal decision space
– understanding the potential and limitations of the Law of Attraction
– the value of intent
[Part 3 Below] Tom talks about and/or explains the following topics:
– the impact all of our choices (work, relationship, food, entertainment, etc) on the quality and nature of our reality
– how we create our own reality
– the role of physics in a future consciousness awakening/expansion
– Dr. Edward Fredkin’s work of reality as a simulation
– the role of “other” in the creation of reality
– the limitations of science
– the merging of science and spirituality
– the science of consciousness
– spiritual evolution and 2012
– Earth changes in relevance to 2012
– the need for spiritual and scientific preparation
– advice for personal spiritual evolution
– the nature of relationships and falling in love
– the importance of doing things for the sake of being, rather than doing
– the importance of being the change we wish to see
– spiritual quest dynamics
– the value of being versus doing
– expectations, ego, fear and how they relate to spiritual evolution
– the current and future state of planet Earth