March 21, 2017
This week on #GoodNewsNextWeek: Rockefeller’s dead but let’s not celebrate; TV ratings keep dropping; Chicago grows some goodness + safety alarms, LifeBites and much more. MP3/Notes/Links: http://bit.ly/2mKnWXy
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January 9, 2017
I wrote these notes after releasing my second collection, Exit From The Matrix. This collection contains over 50 imagination exercises designed to increase an individual’s creative power:
“Consciousness wants to create new consciousness, and it can. Imagination is how it does it. If there were some ultimate state of consciousness, imagination would always be able to play another card and take it further.”
“If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, we’ve flattered reality enough. It doesn’t need any more. Reality needs a massive injection of imagination.”
“Imagination can be used to invent a better shade of nail polish or a universe. In a society devoted to nail polish, imagination is not to blame.”
“Imagination has extraordinary equanimity. It is just as happy to entertain and embody two conflicting realities as it is to spool out one uniform reality.”
“You can create the same thing over and over, and eventually you’ll be about as alive as a table. Inject imagination into the mix, and everything suddenly changes. You can go anywhere you want to. You can build worlds.”
“The lowest common denominator of consensus implies an absence of imagination. Everyone agrees; everyone is bored; everyone is obedient. On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are massive floods of unique individual creation, and that sought-after thing called abundance is as natural as the sun rising in the morning.”
“Sitting around in a cosmic bus station waiting for reality is what reality is. Everything else is imagination.”
“There are those who believe life is a museum. You walk through the rooms, find one painting, stroll into it and take up permanent residence. But the museum is endless. And if you were a painter, you’d never decide to live inside one of your canvases forever. You’d keep on painting.”
“Traveling to places one has never seen is far different from creating something that never existed before.”
“The relentless and obsessive search for all those things on which we can agree is a confession of bankruptcy. Instead, build one new thing.”
“We re-learn to live through and by imagination, and then we enter and invent new space and time. But space and time aren’t the superior forces. They operate and come into being at the tap of imagination.”
“With imagination, one can solve a problem. More importantly, one can skip ahead of the problem and render it null and void.”
“You can enter imagination as if were an infinitely fluid medium, or you can give it sharp lines and edges. You can balance left and right, or you can tilt it eighty degrees to the right. You can do anything you want to. You can put a million pink quarks in a bowl and turn the bowl upside down in the sky. It’s Tuesday or it’s Thursday. It’s raining. The sun is out. It’s raining and the sun is out.”
“There are a billion murals on a billion walls, and the person chooses one and falls down before it and devotes himself to it. He spends a thousand years trying to decipher it. So be it. Eventually, he’ll wind his way out of the labyrinth. Then he’ll enter another labyrinth and undergo the same process. He’ll do this on and on and on, and finally he’ll see that he can imagine his own labyrinth. So he does. He invents many labyrinths. Then one day, it’ll occur to him that he can imagine whatever he wants to. It doesn’t have to be labyrinth.”
“What feeds back to you from the product of your imagination is far less important than the fact that you imagined it. People love to ensnare themselves in what they have imagined. They try to inject meaning into it, so much meaning that they become tied up in useless interpretations. They are the ‘product people’. Dreams, paintings, collections of ideas and thoughts—they are obsessed with what they have invented. Just look at what you’ve created it, enjoy it, revel in it, and go on to create something else. This is the path.”
“You can imagine a cosmos that is a forgery of, and a substitute for, the individual. In fact, historically, people have done that on a continuous basis. It’s called organized religion.”
“Imagination isn’t a system. It might invent systems, but it is non-material. It’s a capacity. It feels no compulsion to imitate reality. It makes realities. Its scope is limited only by a person’s imagining of…
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.
January 11, 2017
“They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.”
– Edgar Allan Poe
“Imagination is the spark that ignites the fire of creativity.”
– Richard Laurence Peterson
Imagination is an intriguing idea/subject that has resounding implications which rarely gets to see the light of day.
In our youth, imagination was the journey we all engaged in every day. In those days there was no mountain to high, no catacomb too dark, no obstacle to impervious to be overcome because we knew at that time that nothing could stop us.
But then we ‘grew up’.
We were told that imagination, like a paper airplane, was a child’s play thing. It’s something “only kids” employ. Adults? They don’t need imagination; ‘let’s talk about reality please,’ or, ‘let’s be real’ soon follows. Imagination is in the past; it’s not needed now.
Such is the brainwashing that we were lathered on with, and it’s worked in spades. This type of mind control puts the subject of imagination beyond the scope of everyday chatter.
Regarding this type of mind control, Jon Rappoport of NoMoreFakeNews.com once said this:
“What is as yet uncreated in the imagination of The Individual is the most potent force in this or any other universe. And to make things even clearer, the failure to understand that fact constitutes the most potent form of mind control in existence.” [Bold Emphasis Added]
Curiously, however, every single thing created was due to imagination being employed in some way shape or form.
The stifling of imagination has dampened individual consciousness and creativity and it’s quite regrettable. One glaring example of this can be seen in the fact that although everyone living today has more information than ever before, many still need help with things that others knew how to do decades, or centuries ago or more.
People can’t imagine solutions like others could in the past because they’re living within a box, instead of living without the box. Imagination is shackled through and through.
Having droves of more knowledge than any civilizations past, in conjunction with the employment endless imagination and creativity, we should be the most self sufficient generation of them all. And yet, the opposite is the case. The more technology grows and evolves, the less and less we know how to do [imagine] and thus, the less imaginative we become.
Hearkening back to our youth, imagination played a vital role in how we viewed reality. Obstacles? Those didn’t exist. Obstacles were merely opportunities for growth. Obstacles, like storms, help you realized what you’re made of, and once those circumstances have been conquered, individuals feel like they can take on the world.
That is because there are no limits to imagination. Implication: there are no limits to the amount of solutions you could envision.
A great aspect of imagination is its malleability, even though imagination is in fact shapeless.
Like water, imagination molds into whatever shape it sees fit and even transmutes itself into something more, something greater, but only when unleashed.
Imagination is non linear. It may venture in any direction it sees fit, and goes even beyond the beyond. There is no path imagination won’t take, there’s no venture it won’t embark upon.
Imagination is the road that never ends, offering solutions at every turn.
But without action, imagination, like a starship without a warpdrive, remains stagnant. Explorations must cease until adjustments are made – until imagination is employed.
On the opposite side of the spectrum, what happens with individuals that use imagination? These individuals create. Moreover, they solve, they conquer; ultimately, they grow.
These individuals create, create often, and endlessly. Paintings, poetry, dances, prose, solutions and MUCH more, are all created by those limitless and imaginative individual minds that chose to employ this tool.
Imagination is so important that Einstein once said:
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”[Bold Emphasis added]
Nikola Tesla ultimately said this of imagination:
“Our first endeavors are purely instinctive prompting of an imagination vivid and undisciplined. As we grow older reason asserts itself and we become more and more systematic and designing. But those early impulses, though not immediately productive, are of the greatest moment and may shape our very destinies. Indeed, I feel now that had I understood and cultivated instead of suppressing them, I would have added substantial value to my bequest to the world. But not until I had attained manhood did I realize that I was an inventor.”[Bold Emphasis added]
Imagination is there for individuals to use at will. If individuals so choose, it will push them; it will drive them. It will free them from the shackles of normality and help erase the imaginary boundaries [dictated by society] that have been hampering their progress and mental state.
And just like the countless individuals that achieve their dreams even though they were told it would be “impossible”, imagination manifests impossible dreams, because it can.
Imagination will not be stopped, because it cannot be stopped.
Once the box doesn’t exist, the individual is free. Free to experience or create anything they want, solve anything the need, and ruminate upon the wondrous ceaselessly.
Then, the next chapter begins.
 Jon Rappoport, The Magician Awakes.
“Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.”
– Martin Luther King
“Creativity is the greatest rebellion in existence.”
“The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones.”
– John Maynard Keynes
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
November 11, 2016
August 24, 2016
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his tips and thoughts for overcoming the fear of failure when growing your vegetables.
In this episode, you will learn how to overcome your gardening fears about growing food and many “what if” questions
John shares his words of wisdom about some of the techniques he uses to overcome the thoughts of failure he has in his garden.
After watching this episode, you may be more motivated to give gardening a try and how you can use certain techniques to get you to start growing your own food today without delay.
August 22, 2016
Eat To Beat Disease – Food’s Medicinal Qualities by Catherine J. Frompovich is a phenomenal foray into the alternative side of health. Specifically, the alternative side to medicinal properties of foods.
Although that statement might seem rather foreign to those who follow only mainstream health, in fact it’s not. According to a recent article on NaturalNews, as much as 80% of the known world still uses ancient medicines made from Plants & Botanicals. Sure, this book deals with food, but both this book and the article deal with natural medicine that the mainstream establishment doesn’t even acknowledge most of the time, if at all.
Eat To Beat Disease is a significant book that features an extensive and in-depth look into the pros and cons of many foods people have in their daily diets.
Speaking of toxins, Frompovich gets to the heart of the matter as she states:
“…there are literally thousands of toxic chemicals that legally can be – and are – placed into the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. Furthermore, even the U.S. Food and Drug Administration doesn’t know what some of those chemicals are thanks to the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 loopholes!”[xxvi]
Such is the nature of the beast we as a society face.
In fact, Frompovich goes out of her way to show a rather intriguing, if troubling timeline of the extensive poisoning that our supply has been under for nigh 150 years [if not longer]. This is helpful because it speaks at length of the issue of our deteriorating soil and the fact that vitamins and minerals are being depleted from the soul due to the events discussed and more.
Other issues discussed by Frompovich included those with prescription drugs, the rampant rise in disease, health issues that are trending, as well as issues with intestines and bowel movements. The author touches upon these rather saliently showing why each is vital to know about.
Probiotics/Prebiotics are also given a cursory glance, so are artificial sweeteners and their ramifications, as well as issues that revolve around sugar, which is a rather underreported topic by the mainstream establishment. It’s quite unfortunate, because sugar is one of the biggest fuels in cancer, and most people do not know this.
In any case, Frompovich also covers foods that can help reduce pain, which was rather useful. As someone who suffered heavily from inflammation for nigh two decades due to intestinal conditions but overcame it with diet and lifestyle changes, dealing with pain in a natural way is something greatly appreciated.
A short section, but jam-packed with info in the book is called “Which Foods Help The Body Most In Managing Certain Diseases”. This section touches upon some of the foods that are helpful in combating issues with blood pressure, cancer, cholesterol, diabetes, heart, the immune system, and stroke.
Other health issues that Frompovich gives a fair nod to are Gallbladder [Disease & Stones], Hypothyroidism, Glaucoma & Obesity & Weight Loss.
Additionally, the book includes a chapter that touches upon HPV Vaccine Reactions and what individuals can do when implementing proper nutrition. This might be highly helpful for individuals that have dealt with this.
Thereafter, the author covers the importance of B-Complex Vitamin, benefits of fermented foods, and also problems with genetically modified foods which are rampant these days.
Featured also in the book are countless resources that people can use to learn more information about these subjects. This was also highly valuable given the importance of the subject.
Besides all of this, the author covers so much more. In all fairness, a few sections of the book are not super in-depth, BUT, this is because the author is taking a broad brush approach to cover as much as possible within the arena of nutritional health. The information provided does give enough of a launching pad for individuals to begin taking charge of their health, which is one of the premises of this book. That fact does in no way detract from the book, it’s just something to keep note of.
One more important point. The author – thankfully! – footnoted the book extensively, which is how ALL books should be done, at the bottom of each page, like it used to be done in olden times.
Unfortunately, newer footnoting techniques have changed extensively from how books were written centuries ago. This in a way serves as de facto censorship of data and prevents people from accessing information by either making it harder to find, or simply not even having it in many cases. The fact that many ebooks, if not most don’t even have footnotes speaks to this VERY issue, which is vital importance, especially for those who value knowledge and research.
Apologies for the tangent, it’s just that as a researcher its highly valuable when people footnote their sources within their book, or articles.
Eat To Beat Disease is a veritable template for the many ways individuals can employ nutrition to conquer disease. It’s the type of book that should be discussed at length in society, and by the mainstream press, but will not any coverage due to the ramifications and the profits it would ‘steal’ from Big Pharma/Big Medica. That fact alone should make proactive and mindful individuals weary since optimal health methods should be something to strive for, or at least discuss, and not something to overlook if not downright suppress, which is what happens more often than not.
This blacklisting is best exemplified by what took place to Dr. Brogan in her landmark book A Mind Of Your Own – The Truth About Depression.
When one keeps in mind the above constellation of facts and more, this book is invaluable and should become part of your library.
 Catherine J. Frompovich, Eat To Beat Disease, pg. xxvi.