FREE TOOL TO FREEDOM
There is a spark of light wanting to turn into a fire. There is a seed of love begging to be released. There is a ton of feelings merging into the brotherhood the planet was meant to be.
Many have experienced the greatness of using what Red Hawk called the tool with which human beings come to earth. It is universal avaliable to everyone for free. Using this tool heals, empowers, guides, teaches...helps.
To uplift someone's heart we promote ideas such as acknowledging that whatever happens, happens for a reason. At the moment we have sometimes no clue why. But eventually something "good" comes out. This is a positive attitude that does not need to be scientifically proven to exist. It does, and the more we practice it the better it works
I have seen how a word of disaproval, or a smile of approval affects students. I have seen how a simple word cause someone to "feel" high or "feel" down.
I enjoy seeing happy faces when letting them act without a judgement.
"But I'm not the only One"
I hope someday you'll join us
and the world will be as One"
As a word ignites big ideas
A smile brings up more of that
Projection some other's joy
Happiness begins in One
The Word...what is the word?...the base of any and all ideas which have moved shaked and shaped the world. During the days in my little universe, the classroom, results or behaviours usually overpassed my expectations. Which makes me think that we don't even need words but the not questioned vision for the outcome. In my classes, that kind of trust had a positive effect on students' aprehension of content. When they were enjoying every second giving all their attention thinking not about accomplishment nor the whole process of their learning but just enjoying the present moment. It was so much fun...It felt like nor even a sneeze was taken for granted.
Goldsmith (1862-1964), Anthony de Mello and Eckhart Tolle, and Red Hawk among others have written about the moment in which we are... the one that allows us to observe ourselves...the present. Like someone who didn't take things for granted, visited new places and married his wife a few times to feel it real mentioned in Goldsmith. According to McKenna the influence of television is extreme to the point that we don't know who we are any longer "if you're worrying about Michael Jackson or Bill Clinton or somebody else, then you are disempowered, you're giving it all away to icons, icons which are maintained by an electronic media so that you want to dress like X or have lips like Y. This is shit-brained, this kind of thinking". And he goes on "what is real is you and your friends and your associations, your highs, your orgasms, your hopes, your plans, your fears".
How many of us are not influenced by the media and its do this do that, eat this or eat that, study this or that, go here or go there, get a job a car a house, etc. They make us believe that by ourselves we are nothing, that what we have and are...is not enough. The decision to reclaim our lifes is in our hands being aware of all the cultural constrains and regulations. Let's finish by quoting Mckenna again " You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineers who want to turn you into a half-baked moron consuming all this trash that's being manufactured out of the bones of a dying world.”
Nobody can do it for you
It has to be Your Self
There will be someone
trying to show you the way
YOUR way is the right way