A Being of Power

“Who we are being is the origin of our power.”

As It Seems:
Social reality is an intricate tapestry of chaos, duality and oblivion. It is a human invention we enable and sustain into existence with our participation. A paradigm imposed upon us to provide a societal orientation, standard and structure. We live it into being with our apathy, dependence, doubt and indifference. Yet, it doesn’t benefit or serve us. It only maintains a routine status quo to give the impression of empowering opportunity, though delivering a fraction of the potential it promises. Reality is a slight-of-perception con that preoccupies us with perpetual distraction. It is a security blanket we use to avoid our purpose.

So It Is:
We are all captive to linear existence. Duality reigns with a strong arm of constant opposition. The burden of surviving far overshadows the freedom of thriving. Our pursuit to carve out a paltry role for ourselves within society diminishes our vision and passion to create and fulfill our destiny. Social regulation and restriction stymy our ability to transcend all we know of life to embrace all that is possible. Familiarity and predictability are anchors that tether us to our artificial comfort, security and understanding. Our lives are only as abundant and expansive as we choose to live.

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Innocence Lost:
Social reality is pulled over our eyes from an early age. The ruse is more apparent to us in our youth. Our curious observation allows us to see things as they truly are before we are methodically indoctrinated into its deception. As we grow accustomed to the illusion, we invest our lives into it. Eventually, we divert our energy and focus away from our awareness, creativity, destiny and truth. We replace our purpose with desire, chasing a life that is not our own. As we mature into adulthood, our intent becomes one of satisfying the desires of our ego instead of cultivating the fulfillment of our soul.

Against the Grain:
We must disengage from our personal dramas, judgements, opinions and vices to escape the enslavement of reality. What makes our freedom seemingly impossible is our addiction and oblivion to our behaviors, habits and thoughts. Our pursuit for advantage, control and self-righteousness diminishes our ability to express our personal power. We lose it only when we surrender it to others or our circumstances. Our fear of claiming and living our power prevents our potential to become it. Far too often we obstruct our own way and negate our possibilities well before they appear.

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Paradigm Shift:
When things in our life are not working or as well as they could, we have an opportunity to transform them in ways that transcend our expectations. What we need most is a necessity for centering, grounding and living. Breathing instantly shifts our awareness. Focusing on our breath as we inhale and exhale gives us the ability to become present to much more than ourselves and our environments. It allows us to shift from an existence of doing to an experience of being. When we are conscious of our breath, we reclaim our balance, expression and power. Our breath is our fountain of youth.

“Our power is in the stillness beyond its strength.”

The Journey Within:
The greatest dilemma humanity will ever encounter is seeking outside of itself for what can only be found within. Social reality is teeming with billions of actions and thoughts all ricocheting off our collective cognizance. The universe within is far more beneficial than the one around us. Simply closing our eyes to the visual world and becoming an observer of society and our self transforms our experience. We awaken to all that is possible by synching our body, mind and heart with our soul. When we free ourselves from the encompassing imposition of reality, we begin to embrace our true power.

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Present in the Present:
When we disengage from the reality around us through our breath and observation, our being shifts into a multi-dimensional experience. Everything that preoccupied our instincts, thoughts and feelings disappears. All we are aware of is now. How we are present in the present establishes the relationship we have with our essence. The moment in which we are conscious expands into eternity. We become a universal expression through which we empower ourselves and others. We coexist with all that was, is and ever will be. Every imaginable possibility is available for us to intend and embody.

Universal Voice:
We are creators. Whether we are artists, musicians or writers in any form of medium, we all have the capacity to envision and manifest our spirit into our reality. This is the foundation of who we become and how we exist. The purpose of our creativity defines the power we personify. It is up to us to choose how, why and who we are in our life. Our intuition conveys the energy and purpose of our soul to inspire our imagination. Our heart feels and our mind articulates the insights we encounter. We are all messengers of the universe, destined to be an expression of the source.

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The Power of Purpose:
Power is not a force we impose on others to gain an advantage or supplement our fear and insecurity. Nor is it a means to an end. It is the pathway that guides our destiny. The focus of our intent is what manifests all we imagine. Our purpose is what inspires our vision and mission. Our daily practice of it fulfills our calling. Though everything that is not our destiny will arise to challenge our intention, all we encounter further defines and strengthens our commitment. All we become originates and empowers our intent. Our personal power is the manifestation of our purpose.

The Art of Being:
We are not the sum of our ability, belief, education or wisdom. These are all reflective features that merely complement our identity. Our instinct, thought, emotion and intuition define our experience. The balance between the four dimensions of our being sustains our relationship with our spirit. Our commitment to express our soul into reality is who we are in the present. This is the key that opens us to everything beyond what our body can perform, our mind can think, our heart can feel and our intuition can envision. Our ability to create our life is a blessing beyond our imagination. Who we are being is our power to transform ourselves and the world.

“The only power that will ever fulfill us is our own.”

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Eye of the Storm

“We are the wind that defines our weather.”

Approaching Front:
If we don’t see it, we certainly feel the oncoming social tempest looming over the horizon. Centuries of inequality, injustice and oppression bearing down on our human experience with the gravity only reality can impose. Few stand upon its threshold, defiant against the increasing winds of chaos, competition, confusion and fear. Most head for the proverbial hills seeking an illusion of solace. Amid the melee, personal creativity, freedom and truth are exchanged for the societal standard of escapism, in whatever medium available. Yet, the steady train of exploitation, hypocrisy and survival lumbers down the track without pause.

Darkening Skies:
Our long-forgotten, personal baggage is emerging from the murky depths of our subconscious. Decades of our life’s incomplete experiences are rising to the surface of our awareness to be acknowledged, processed and fulfilled. No matter the force of resistance we present to stymie the revelation of our truth, it wells up within us to be transformed. The greater our opposition to our contemporary evolution, the more painful the experience will be. Our inner mental and emotional tides ebb and flow like a tumultuous sea, reminding us of our repressed potentialities we bury along with our fear, failure and vulnerability.

Awakened-Mind

First Rain:
Unbridled thoughts and feelings push us beyond the edge of our knowledge, reason and understanding, shaking our sanity to its very core. What made perfect sense the day before now flies in the face of logic. Life is a game designed to change as quickly as our fleeting mood. Reality digs its heels into the foundations of our experience, perception and existence. Our balance in life is cast to the social elements that keep us in a perpetual state of anxiety, dis-ease and dysfunction. We captivate and incarcerate ourselves with the very societal structures from which we so desperately seek freedom.

Increasing Winds:
Our experience of social reality is becoming progressively intense. The diminishing quality of life, environmental toxicity, opinion-driven media blitzes, political duality, population swells, and religious and spiritual propaganda whips us into a relentless frenzy. Profit-driven, dietary strategies foster our ill health and disease physically. Mental programming stimulates patterns of manmade madness. Inequality and injustice triggers our emotional instability. While the overall impact of daily life dismantles our intuition, exiling us from our soul. This social storm mercilessly pummels us into a dissociated state of oblivion.

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Downpour:
Living who we truly are in the chaos of social reality takes tremendous intention, intuition, vision and will power. Characteristics we all must personally identify, develop and manifest into our experience. We live not just against the powerful deceptions of society, yet also the gravity of our own apathy, denial, failure and fear. Everything that transpires outside of us begins within, from the greatest highs to the deepest lows. We are the designers of our lives, for better or worse. Though it seems most often that our fate is the latter due to the archaic, artificial and contrary dynamics of reality. Our existence is an invention in an environment of negative space.

“Our lives are an expression of our consciousness.”

Hail Stones and Head Winds:
In the zenith of our struggle with reality, our lives seem to be falling apart and the world is against us. Even with the greatest of our inspiration and intention, our ideas, expressions and purpose often falls on the deaf ears of a disinterested and preoccupied society. We must endure through merciless social elements for our souls to thrive, our hearts to be fulfilled, our voices to be heard and our actions to be merited. It is during extreme darkness that our light makes the greatest difference. As the social storms crescendo into a fever pitch of chaos, confusion and opposition, our opportunity arises to become our destiny.

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A Break in the Clouds:
Possibility is the glimmer of hope that begins to transform the gravest of circumstances. It is what allows us to shift our experience from what is to what we choose it to be. The simple insight of understanding that the most challenging situations will pass, no matter how intense they may seem, grants us the ability to shift our perception and embrace our personal power. Our vision, commitment and intention is what breaks our trail and guides us to the eventual outcome we create in the moments we choose to live fully in the present. When we are being in the moment, we begin to calm our inner storm.

Clearing Skies:
Our experience of life is how we react to any given outcome. It is easy to live in the moment and feel fulfilled when things are occurring the way we believe they should. Yet, as soon as struggle arises, we often overlook our intuitive vision, emotional balance, peace of mind and basic instinct to act. When we find ourselves confronted and overwhelmed by our personal storms, it is the opportunity to transform our experience. It takes those difficult moments to awaken us from the regimen of our waking slumber. Personal empowerment, insight and manifestation occurs when we release our attachments and embrace our possibility.

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The Calm at the Core:
Though our bodies endure disease, fatigue and pain, our minds constantly run and our hearts ebb and flow with the tides of our emotionality, our soul is the tranquility of our being. Our tendency is to surrender our personal authority over to others via our lack of self confidence, intention, understanding and trust. We are the problem and the solution. Whatever we give our attention to becomes our life. We have the power to create our experience based upon who, how and why we choose to be. Even amid personal and social chaos, dysfunction, fear and injustice, we have a choice to either reflect our circumstances or become an expression of our soul.

The Eye of the Storm:
Personal transformation is the opportunity for us to shift our experience from frenzied to fulfilled. Though we are constantly tempted by social reality to surrender our personal power with our reactions to daily circumstances, we are solely accountable for our experience. Only we can transform ourselves to identify, embrace and exercise our vision, mission and purpose. As our consciousness expands, our soul’s expression calms the fiercest storms. Being present in the moment inspires us to transcend our daily challenges, allowing us to bring the tranquility of our soul to all aspects of our life.

“At the heart of every storm there is stillness.”

A Universal Being

We live a fraction of who we are.”

The Sum of the Self:
We are spirits held hostage by the linear lifestyle of an enforced reality. Our existence is based upon our pursuits for security, success and survival. Our lives are figments of a forgotten fantasy, invented by ancient civilizations for authoritarian ways and means. As human beings, we tend to perform fruitless roles, oblivious to the infinite possibilities of multi-dimensional experience. We are mere shadows of who we can be. We allow our egos and instincts to govern our lives. We are distracted, diverted and mystified by the amusements of opinion, politics, sports and an excess of inequality, injustice and tyranny.

Ghost in the Machine:
The perceptions we choose to adopt of our lives are inaccurate and incomplete. We are emulators of beliefs, careers, habits and environments. We condition ourselves with the conventional knowledge of education, history and religion in a vain quest to acclimate to linear, social reality. No matter how much we seek to know about the world in which we live, we are still devoid of the essence of life. The more we attempt to satisfy our desire and vanity, the emptier we become. We are phantoms wandering through a virtual maze, denying ourselves the very fulfillment we yearn.

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Hollow Pursuits:
Everyday reality keeps us on the run. We sprint down the pathways and turn each corner with the hope and promise of making a great escape from our social enslavement. We tether ourselves to the known in a desperate attempt to win a race designed for us to lose. The patterns never change and the carrot dangles just out of our reach no matter how fast we run, how high we jump or how much we sacrifice. Yet, we still push ahead into the embrace of an inevitable and predictable future as we carry the baggage of our past and the trepidation of our present always expecting a favorable future.

The Space Between:
All that was, is and ever will be is defined by our personal perception. Our anxiety, confusion and oblivion impel us to adopt self-defensive, societal filters. The state of perpetual shock we weather overwhelms us with harsh inevitable outcomes, coercing us into the whirlwind of reality’s vortex. It prohibits our desire for adventure, enrichment, excitement, and fulfillment. The social invention of impending threat and tragedy condition and oppress us with an intensity unrivaled or exceeded by the intention of our own purpose. Our lives become an empty space between the moments of our birth and our death.

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The Art of Projection:
Our experiences are akin to animated images on a movie screen. We are deeply engaged in the dramatic narratives and linear sequences of our lives, mystified by our blind obligation to a common reality. Our disassociation with destiny anesthetizes us to the true expression of our soul. We live separately from our essence, a mere reflection of who we truly are. We wager every possibility of purpose for fleeting encounters of inauthentic enlightenment. The simulated life we experience echoes deep in the caverns of our vacant hearts and souls. We are spectators watching our imaginary existence projected onto the screen of reality.

“What is real beyond what is real.”

Use Your Illusion:
There are very few things in social reality that are real. Our subjective perception of it adds another degree of deception. We have been conditioned to believe, experience and live in contemporary kingdoms of fantasy. Not because reality is difficult, hostile or unbearable. Nor is it that our selective perspective deems it so. Reality has, is and will always be distorted and manipulated. The temptations of profit, power and supremacy are too great for those who seek to conceal their personal fears and insecurities with control, influence and wealth. Reality was invented to distract us from our destiny.

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The Truth of Reality:
When we understand that nothing is real, we begin to accept what is true. Our instincts, thoughts and feelings are nothing more than physical, mental and emotional expressions. Everything we sense in life are effects of all our experiences coinciding and transpiring in linear reality. It is a global deception designed to preoccupy us with the comedy, drama, horror and tragedy of everyday life. Our quest for amusement becomes our experience. Reality is a prison of conformity. It is a social paradigm that has diminished our infinite possibility to an ordinary pastime.

The Reality of Truth:
No two individual truths are the same. Though billions around the world use the cultural and social filters of politics, religion and tradition to define their truth, this rite of passage is distinct to one’s personal experience. Therefore, these common avenues will never cultivate our expression of being. Authorities of social reality would have us believe our truth is only real if it is commonly accepted by a popular consensus of our peers. Our truth is neither qualified, quantified or relative. It is claimed and expressed not just with our body or mind, yet also with our heart and soul.

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The Art of Being:
We are not our body, mind, heart or soul. We are all these elements of our existence and more, beyond our imagination. Our life expression is one best embodied by who we are being in the present. This experience begins and ends with accepting, empowering, listening and supporting others in our lives. The balance of our actions, thoughts, feelings and insights sustain our true nature to envision and manifest possibilities for ourselves to enrich our awareness, experience and understanding. When we are in the flow of the universal rhythm of being, our perception of life is transformed. We are free.

A Universal Being:
We are everything and nothing. We are an eternal expression of being consigned to a reality of restriction and rule. Who we are is far beyond our comprehension, imagination and vision. It is not what we know, the position we hold or the gifts we possess that make us extraordinary. It is everything we may become that is most remarkable. Our infinite potential exists when we embrace and express our multi-dimensional experience of being. Our possibility manifests our purpose. We are a universal being emanating creativity, consciousness, community and love to transform ourselves and embody our truth.

“We are only as universal as we live ourselves to be.”

Signs of Life

“Experience is infinite.”

Advent of the Storm:
The moment we are born, we are forever altered by our introduction into reality. The connection we have with the universe and our dependence, safety and sustenance are shattered. We are not even conscious enough to comprehend let alone navigate the dilemmas of life. Social reality is a whirlwind of activity. From order to chaos, clarity to confusion, love to fear, pleasure to pain and everything in between, we are constantly overstimulated and overwhelmed with the intensity and scope of earthly existence. We are pushed, pulled, poked and prodded by the extreme elements of a cruel and insensitive society.

Finding our Bearing:
Most of our childhood and adolescent lives are spent in an oblivious haze of cause and effect. Our experience is generally one or two-dimensional with brief, accidental occurrences of genuine epiphany, insight and transformation. Physically, mentally and emotionally we are in a state of constant flux. We grow into our body and mind, and if inclined, our heart and soul. We focus our development on our instinct and intellect while we choose to deny and repress our emotions and intuition. When we are young, we are ever changing, enquiring, growing and thriving in life. Until we hit the wall of adulthood.

Reality vs. Destiny:
In the adventure, innocence and wonder of youth, everything is possible. Fatigue and hunger are the only limitations to which we acquiesce. Through the social structures of education, profession and religion, we are gradually conditioned to turn our backs on the vision of our life. We are seduced by the deception of reality. In our desperate desire to belong, we adjust and conform to a meaningless lifestyle. We cease being creators of our personal lives and become emulators of society. We imitate the behavior of the people around us and their experiences. Eventually, we sacrifice who we truly are to become someone we were never meant to be.

“Reality is a bait-and-switch racket.”

Sleight of Hand:
Contemporary society is a virtual diversion. Countless events have, are and will occur to constantly confuse, disturb and preoccupy us from inequality and injustice. Society is a magic trick that converts our energy, focus and intention from love to fear. We are desensitized and programmed to accept and adopt a lifestyle of complicity, denial and survival. We buy into an illusion of existence. Every day we numb our hearts and sell our souls for a meager way of life. We are hypnotized by an onslaught of extravagant social attractions. Our own perception is used against us to sustain a global con.

The Threat of Truth:
Reality is a human delusion. It is a deception adamantly imposed for the preservation of an authoritarian social system. Truth is the greatest threat to the control structure. Its existence compromises the social reality we enable with our own acceptance and compliance. A paradox occurs when the two coexist with devastating effects. Personal truth is not empowered or promoted by or for the people. Those whom stand for it endure the greatest adversity, hostility and scrutiny. Truth in the face of reality has, is and will continue to claim millions of lives throughout the course of human history.

“Life is not a sentence, it is an opportunity.”

Life Sacrifice:
Our life force is always leaving us. Every day we expend an immense amount of energy without revitalizing ourselves. We give away more energy than we can possibly imagine with very little return. The intensity of reality impacts us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Society is a massive vortex that efficiently and absolutely consumes our energy. It is a one-way exchange relentlessly devouring everything we can muster. No one is exempt from the cost of reality. Throughout our experience of life, the true watermark of our sacrifice is how we live, age and die.

Against the Grain:
We live contrary to life. Society is a deliberate inversion. This provides more influence to those whom seek to distort and manipulate it for profit and power. Mankind has and is scorching and poisoning the earth and its inhabitants in its intent to attain an artificial conquest and supremacy. Humanity’s existence on the planet is the antithesis of nature. It’s egocentricity methodically converts all life to death. We are indoctrinated into a lifeless reality. Our linear perception of existence diminishes our personal possibility and power. We choose to believe in the illusion of death rather than the truth of life.

“Seeing is deceiving.”

Selective Reality:
What we want to see most often supersedes what we need to see. Reality is a subjective illusion. It is a malleable social structure designed to benefit a few at the cost of the many. The few with the acumen to master it possess remarkable wealth, status and power in the world. All oblivious to its matrix wallow in its deception. We are conditioned by our experience of society. We invent fantasies to escape the social oppression of our daily circumstances. Our own perspective is the greatest obstacle in bringing our vision to our reality. How we choose to perceive reality often becomes our eventual captivity.

A Pulse of Life:
Our lives are much more than we live. We are beings of universal energy simultaneously existing in multiple dimensions. It is the limitation of our awareness, expression and understanding that suppresses our destined experience. Our soul is an infinite source of energy. It transforms and conveys life force through our intuition. Our heart is an electromagnetic superconductor that emanates and sustains our energy. The mind and the body are simply devices we utilize to interact with our chosen reality. The alchemy of our being and its energetic signature is the pulse of our life.

The Good Fight:
All of us have a unique purpose. We are born to make a difference. Human nature personifies and empowers an essential need to exist and relate with authenticity, generosity and harmony. When we resist the impulse to surrender to the social tides of the captivity, conformity and familiarity of reality, we manifest the greatest expression of our power, purpose and possibility. Every day we have an opportunity to claim and become our greatest potential. It is our most significant choice. When we transform our life from a burden to a blessing, our vision becomes our reality.

“We must claim our lives to truly live.”

Universality

“Who we are being is the life we are living.”

Lethal Earth:
We live in a gigantic bubble. The earth’s atmosphere is its boundary. Our world is rife with toxicity. Be it chemtrails laced with heavy metal concoctions, electromagnetic antennas posing as cell phone towers, chemically-riddled food and soda or fluoridated water, we are constantly being dosed. We live in hostile environments both contaminated and fatal. It is not just the impacts to our body. Social pollution distorts and manipulates our mind, heart and our relationship with our soul. Humanity’s way of life has become lethal to itself and nature.

Biological Fallout:
We are anesthetized, desensitized and mesmerized through our participation in a noxious society. Reality is engineered to stimulate a consistent diet of physical, mental and emotional “dis” ease. It disrupts and distorts our innate ability to establish and maintain a relation with our intuition, separating ourselves from our soul. Simply living a relatively healthy life is a constant battle. We are besieged with an onslaught of anxiety, confusion, delusion and fear. Our social dynamic is one of criticism, judgement and self-righteousness. Human nature has been altered into a desire to receive instead of a need to give.

Psychological Warfare:
Two-dimensional reality exists entirely in the mind. Our global culture is primarily lost to the labyrinth of our unconscious thoughts, unrealized dreams and untended fears. The mental life we accept and adopt imprisons us. We fight against ourselves in vicious cycles of self-cynicism, denial and indifference. We bring our internal battle to the external world, projecting our contempt and uncertainty upon others. Our mind is poisoned by our ego. We exhibit customs of a narcissistic society. We contest, debate and outwit ourselves and each other in a vain attempt to win a game we are destined to lose.

Emotional Exploitation:
We are trapped in a paradox of our own arrogance and vulnerability. Our thoughts gradually dominate our feelings. The wires of our mind and heart become crossed. We think to feel and feel to think. We construct fortresses around ourselves to defend the greatest qualities of our humanity. Imaginary threats fashion the false impressions of our intelligence and invincibility. We exercise malevolent, social strategies and behaviors to gain inauthentic power over others. Our relationships are consciously or obliviously compromised in a cunning attempt to discredit or manipulate others to conceal our fear of compassion.

Spiritual Conflict:
Our soul is the greatest victim of our human experience. We exile the essence of our being when we are seduced by the carnal desires of our body and the vicious cycles of our mind. The power of our heart becomes distorted and diminished in the trenches of an alienated society. Eventually, we begin to fight against the transcendent nature of our spirit. The familiarity of our thoughts and instincts turn us against our feelings and intuition. We take up arms against our soul in defense of our ego. The dark night of our soul ends when we embrace our divine nature in the grimmest of times and choose to become an expression of the universe.

“To become our light, we must transform our darkness.”

All That Is Unseen:
We are ruled by our oblivion. Our agendas, indifference and self-righteousness blinds us with what we want to see instead of enlightening us with what we need to see. We exist in a society that is contrary to life, sense and nature. The unknown of ourselves and our unheeded possibility is the opposing force constantly working against us. Our personal barriers are our own invention. It is all we don’t know that we don’t know about ourselves that inhibits our evolution. Therefore, we unconsciously live against ourselves, perpetuating the very madness from which we seek freedom.

Epiphany of Vision:
There are instances of insight occurring every day of our lives, more than we can possibly imagine. Epiphanies are multi-dimensional encounters that provide us with an opportunity to transcend the mundane and experience the extraordinary. For us to shift into a different reality of our life, we must first be willing to let go of the comfortable and familiar. Insights happen when we are open to possibility without the limitations of our ego, fear, routine and perspective. Our vision is our introduction to our purpose. When we intend our vision as our expression of being, we become present to the greatest potentialities of our existence.

On Purpose:
All of us are destined to make a difference. There are few things in life that empower and enlighten us more than fulfilling our personal calling. Our purpose is our spirit in action. Regardless of its definition, our universal life force expands and quickens within us. The extraordinary is imaginable and its realization natural. The influence of social reality diminishes as we release what is and embrace what is possible. Our commitment to transcend all that is inherent and known of ourselves is the key to our personal freedom. The optimal outcome of our experience is caused by our willingness to discover and embody all we can be.

The Diversity of Being:
Who we are is well beyond our imagination. By design, our instinct and intellect confine us to ordinary lifestyles of existence. The mind and body are only instruments to represent our spirit in the terrestrial world. We invest in an illusion of conformity for a fleeting sense of belonging, vanity and worth. We are eternal beings of energy, ever evolving and expanding as an emanation of creation. We are an infinite soul expressing our essence through our intuition. Our heart is the core of our human being. It transforms multi-dimensional energy into an all sustaining life force.

Universality:
All we are is energy. The synergy between our soul, heart, mind and body transforms our energy to its greatest potential. The equilibrium of our being is at the source of our soul’s expression. We are not victims of our circumstances. We are creators of our experiences, destined to inspire and personify life. Each of us has an extraordinary opportunity to empower social reality with our universal presence. Our personal power is the sustenance of our life force. Who we are being in the present defines its quality. When we express our energy, we transcend our humanity and become our universality.

“Our lives are as infinite as our way of being.”

Infinite Sea

“Experience is only as limited as we live it.”

Power of Perception:
Our perspective defines our reality. As human beings, we personify this power. Why and what we set our focus on determines the nature of our experience. We concede to a lifestyle of duality in an artificial society. We are seduced by a singular pursuit of survival within a diverse existence of all possibility. Eventually we learn how to alter and manipulate perception to disguise the absence of our accountability, commitment and integrity. We often choose to observe things as we desire, not as they are. The perceptual filters we invent are a defense mechanism to enable our insecurities and proliferate an illusion of life.

The Illusion of Relativity:
We are defined by relativity. The known is much more appealing than the infinite mysteries comprising the universe. Relativity preoccupies us with a superficial sense of well-being, purpose and security. Social reality conditions us to be dependent upon all we know. It is our reference point when we venture from the safe haven of the ordinary. Our pursuit to protect ourselves with all we are accustomed establishes our self-imposed captivity. Relativity is one of the greatest illusions humanity has ever invented. Our reliance upon it negates our personal power and diminishes our possibility.

Mayhem and Malice:
All the violence surrounding us both obvious and obscured reflects the energetic turmoil that resides within. Most lack an awareness of and relationship with the multi-dimensional elements of energy. The tumultuous ebb and flow of contemporary reality wreaks havoc upon the unconscious many. An energetic battle rages on within and between us. It is a vortex that seizes our personal power, purpose and destiny. Our weaknesses are often used against us to induce our indifference, obedience and prejudice. Our oblivion to this conflict renders us victims of our own cynicism, fear and judgement.

Energy Virus:
A viral “dis-ease” is spreading at an epidemic proportion. It is diminishing the energetic consciousness of humanity. It flourishes in our physical, mental and emotional attachments through our reactions to conditions and outcomes beyond our control. When we are triggered by another or a circumstance, we energetically attach ourselves to them or it with our aggravation, anger, upset and vengeance. Our thoughts, words and actions become contaminated with the toxicity of our rage. It is a vicious cycle that burdens and stymies us with a dense and distorted energy. Most of us never even acknowledge the energy virus’ to which we are afflicted.

Environmental Distortion:
Everything in our lives begins and ends with energy. Its nature determines the quality of our experience. Each day we are bombarded by an excess of negatively charged energy. The energetic currents we encounter either empower or weaken the elements of our existence. It is not what we are aware of that takes the greatest toll. It is all to which we are oblivious that gradually distorts and destroys the very fabric of our being. Social reality is teeming with synthetic, electromagnetic energy. It breaks down the essence of our being on a subatomic level which leads to the conditions of our premature demise.

“The mind is a house of mirrors.”

Mind Games:
We live in a mind-based reality that appeals almost exclusively to our intelligence and instinct. Our society is deficient of intuition and emotion. Humanity is dependent upon its thought and desire as a method of survival. Our hearts and souls are held hostage by the authority we give to our minds and bodies. We are easily ensnared by the vicious cycles of our logic and habits in a fleeting quest to achieve instant yet fleeting gratification. Our mind has stolen the key to our possibility. We invent fantasies of how we think we need to survive, instead of creating and living into realities in which we are empowered to thrive.

Line in the Sand:
We are in a massive energetic shift. It is an era of powerful transition. For some it has brought a flow of inspiration, yet for many an experience of great challenge. Reality has been turned upside down by a few for the suppression of the many. Modern society is driven by accumulation, competition, fear and manipulation. In the interest of conscious evolution, it is vital we establish personal energetic boundaries to maintain and protect the longevity and quality of our existence. It is our destiny to embody our soul in our lives. Our personal power can only be claimed and fulfilled when we are accountable for our energy.

Being Present to Our Presence:
It is excruciating to witness all the inequalities, injustices and intolerance that exist in the world. Let alone the energetic impressions we feel to which we are oblivious. Humanity is suffocated by its own self-righteousness and silent violence. We have become the monsters of which we were always afraid. It is not enough for us to occasionally observe and forgive ourselves of our venomous thoughts, words, behavior and actions. We must be present to the impacts our expressions have and transform who, how and why we are being. Our presence either takes or makes a difference. Whatsoever the outcome we manifest is our choice.

A Force of Energy:
We are not at all what we seem. Society pulls a common reality over our vision to manipulate the perception and experience we have of ourselves. We are an expression of multi-dimensional energy both extraordinary and infinite. Our energy can either free or enslave us, others and our environment in ways far exceeding our perception. Its impression goes well beyond our awareness, imagination and understanding. Our personal power is sourced and sustained by the nature of our energy. It is the essence of who we are. Everything we envision and become is a creation from who we are being.

Energy of Being:
We are at the crossroads of our energetic experience. We cannot truly alter, control or impact the illusion of social reality. Yet, it is our destiny to transcend the influence we allow it to have over our lives. We are powerful transformers of energy. Being is the manifestation of our soul. Who we are being is the only distinction that truly makes a difference for ourselves and others. In each moment we have an opportunity to be present to the quality of our energy, transform our experience and become an expression of the universe. Our life is an infinite sea of possibility. Our soul is the compass of our experience.

“It’s much easier being a master of illusion than a servant of truth.”

The Truth We Are

“Truth has all be stigmatized a societal syndrome.”

Us and Them:
Our social reality is built upon a foundation of competition, egocentricity and survival. We accept and adopt this as the standard of life. Yet, it is never advantageous to all. With a calculated precision, we have been conditioned to believe what we receive is a measure of our identity, purpose and value. We reach for superficial happiness in a holographic oblivion. We are habituated to depend on everyone and everything distinct of ourselves. The contentment we seek cannot be found in the paradigm of social reality. It will always be an elusive pursuit posing more as a daydream than our truth.

Spectator Sport:
We are raised to be bystanders. Our success in society is dependent upon our conformity to its parameters. We tend to bear envy and judgement for the lives of others as we sacrifice the potential of our own. Our amusement, criticism and exaltation of others distracts and diverts us from our passion and purpose. We are spectators of our life. We run around and over each other in our pursuit to reach an artificial pleasure we are programmed to desire. Our perception of existence is manipulated by a global simulation to control and distort our experience. Life is a game we are required to watch yet restricted to play.

Divide and Conquer:
Fixed social dynamics pit us against each other. Business, opinion, politics, religion, sports and nationalism are all common elements of our dependent bondage in societal competition. We have accepted a cutthroat reality as custom and have invested our lives in its marketplace. Our exposure to this reality has condemned us to contrived, solitary victories in a society rife with impending defeat. We see others as the enemy to be thwarted and destroyed amidst the engineered chaos of authoritarian supremacy. Violence both internalized and expressed has compromised and diminished our relatedness with ourselves and each other.

Fear Factor:
We assume fear instead of choosing freedom. Fear is the greatest silent killer in the history of humanity. We make it the destroyer of our personal health, intuition, possibility, power and vision. There is an emotional payoff we all receive when we surrender to our fear. It has become the voluntary custom of our human indifference. The perfect excuse that exonerates us from all accountability. Fear is the weapon of mass destruction used willfully in many ways. We even wield it against ourselves when we resist our personal moments of truth. Fear is the power we concede to our ego.

Reckoning:
We have been conditioned to accept and adopt a social reality that is systematically being dismantled. The relativity to which we have all grown accustomed has been altered beyond perceptual familiarity innumerable times. Cultural, political, social and racial tensions are being accelerated and intensified. They are broadcast by the mainstream media in a biased and erroneous portrayal. Inequality, injustice and intolerance are the roots of our societal programming. They have distorted our experience of life. Whomsoever manipulates humanity’s perception of reality controls the world.

“Live alive, stand for the wisdom to see…Live alive, stand for the freedom to be.”

The War Within:
The battle that surrounds us reflects one raging within. Our willful refusal to acknowledge and account for our inner violence enables it to exist. The doubt and distress we present when faced with our own wisdom and destiny sustains our struggle. Our procrastination is our loss of power. We are prisoners of our own duality. Our fear and pride tend to deceive us into believing our linear engagement with reality is an earnest fight. Freedom is not found in our ability to succeed and survive in a simulated reality. We transcend it when we claim and exercise our personal power to create our life.

Awaken:
Social reality is an illusion. We sacrifice our ability to distinguish ourselves from “the program.” Our arrogance negates our opportunity to become our greatest expression. The gravity of virtual reality has burdened us with false honor, obligation and responsibility. We allow ourselves to be deceived by what we believe is real. Reality is as subjective as opinion. Yet, we have been socially accustomed to hold it synonymous with truth. It is not enough to be conscious of society’s inequities. We must also be present of how our personal lifestyles contribute to the decline of human civility and sensibility.

A Destiny with Consciousness:
Our quality of life is determined by our being-ness. Who we are being is the manifestation of our truth. When we are present to who we are being, it transforms our experience. It is our life’s creation. Our awareness determines the relatedness we have with ourselves and others. It is the heart of our existence. Consciousness is the language through which we relate with our soul. It is the source of our being. All possibility for ourselves and our lives manifests through our consciousness. The universe is an infinite abundance of energy. Our common destiny is to become its expression.

Soul Inheritance:
We are multi-dimensional beings. Our soul is one with the energy of the universe. It conveys and transmutes life force through our intuition to our heart center. Our heart emanates a powerful, spherical field of electromagnetic energy that invigorates every cell in our mind and body. It transforms the molecular dynamic of the air and water of which we primarily consist. Every human being has this living legacy. Whether we choose to become and express this birthright is uniquely up to us. The fulfillment of our destiny is dependent upon our willingness to be an expression of the universe.

A Beacon of Truth:
How and why we choose to live is who we become. Living a reality of how society perceives us to be is a sentence of spiritual slavery. The life we are destined to live is a manifestation of our insights, thoughts, words and actions. We are who we inspire ourselves to be. Our opportunity to be for others as we would ourselves is a vital expression of being. Personal freedom is found in our intention and willingness to live with the universe, ourselves and each other. We are more powerful than we can possibly imagine. When all has been said and done, only the watermark of our truth will remain.

“Being is the only way to transcend social chaos and embrace personal truth.”

A Source of Energy

“Energy is our soul’s currency.”

Social Nature:
One of the greatest illusions ever invented is the belief that we are merely a mind within a body. That our heart’s sole purpose is to circulate blood and maintain our body’s bio-rhythm. Our human conditioning and daily indoctrination into social reality certainly supports this commonly lived duality. There is another illusion. One born of artificial comfort, fulfillment, purpose and security. One to which we as humans desperately cling to supplement our lack of engagement and ownership of our lives. As we are altered and molded into everything we rebelled against as teenagers, we inevitably acquiesce to an illusion of being.

Free-For-All:
Personal and social chaos is energetic in origin. We are often inclined to walk a contrary path. Not because we disagree with the norms of society. It is that we adopt a conceited outlook, even to our own detriment, for the payoff of being right. Every day, billions of people all over the world survive on egocentricity. Selfishness produces a cultural and social vortex that severely disrupts and distorts the continuum of reality. The energy we attract is equivalent to what we project. As human beings, we are so powerful we can distort and/or transform ourselves, others and our environment by the quality of energy we emanate.

Soul Currency:
Money as a means of fulfillment and success is the wool that has been pulled over our existence. Society is engineered to uphold this hollow pursuit at the cost of our personal awareness, creativity, power and purpose. An era of opportunity for intuitive empowerment has been and is always present. It begins with our choice to discover, claim and express who and why we are. True worth is not found in our bank accounts, possessions or the positions we may hold. It is the expression, measure and quality of our energy. It sources and inspires our lives. When we open to the infinite abundance of universal energy, we become all we may imagine.

Freedom in Discovery:
We are multi-dimensional beings. We have the potential for so much more. By design, the parameters of social reality prohibit us from becoming aware and aligned with our transcendental qualities. Our authoritarian society primarily stimulates our body and mind as a form of distraction, manipulation and oppression to maintain dominion over humanity. Only our enlightened emotion and intuition can free us from the spell of social reality. Our quest for creativity, healing, fulfillment and purpose begins with us. We must embrace and illuminate the shadows within to transform ourselves.

The Illusion of Enlightenment:
Social reality does not empower, encourage or support our education of and exercise in being. Our experience of being has been distorted and manipulated into a life of sensing and thinking. Authentic being is a vital distinction between linear and multi-dimensional existence. We have been conditioned to believe that enlightenment is something we work towards to be achieved “someday.” We are already enlightened. We must free ourselves from the social programming that has compromised our authentic being. The true measure of our universal energy is negated when we choose to believe more in who the world makes us and less in who we are.

“Energy is not produced from what we do, it is created by who we are.”

The Art of Being:
Being is an act of personal creativity. In contemporary society, its very nature is revolutionary. It is the only way for us to become an expression of our soul. The difference between being and doing is remarkably overlooked and sheds light upon the degree of our oblivion. The choice between exercising our routine and being extraordinary inspires the progression of our personal transformation. Being is a culmination of our senses, instincts, thoughts, feelings and intuition. Who we are being is an essential art form to which we are all gifted. It is the manifestation of our soul in life.

Dimensions of Life:
Our being is four dimensional. The body and mind are obvious necessities that allow us to interact with social reality. Our heart produces a powerful electromagnetic essence that expands well beyond our physical awareness. It emits an infinite, universal energy. Our soul is the source of our life force and conveys it through the dimensions of our chakra system. Our chakras distribute this energy for our daily experience. The nature of the energy that emanates from our chakras is defined by who we choose to be. The equilibrium between our soul, heart, mind and body is vital in establishing our relatedness with the universe.

Torus of Energy:
Each of us has an energetic field called a “torus.” It circulates energy continuously from the center of our being where our soul, heart, mind and body unite. Like the inhale and exhale of our conscious breath, it radiates and recycles energy in an eternal ebb and flow. Our chakra system operates in synergy with the energy currents of the universe. It is the sustenance of our life force. It is also the source of our creativity and its realization. Our torus is a vessel for the expansion and expression of our consciousness. As we become aware of and interactive with it, our conscious energy transforms our experience of being.

Illumination:
Our consciousness empowers our energetic experience. Our energy is not central nor exclusive to the standards of our common sense and institutionalized intellect. We tire and contract illness when we are motivated and seduced by social opposition. We are so much more than we are conditioned to believe. When we apply all elements of our being, we generate an infinite source of energy. It is an essential necessity to enlighten our emotions and live from our intuition. We are four-dimensional beings who have the inherent potential to illuminate ourselves and our social environment. We are everything we will ever need.

The Source:
The universe consists entirely of energy. How we receive, transform and express it determines its measure, nature and purpose. The awareness we have of our personal energy allows us to access, focus and produce it appropriate to our need. We are not emulators. We are creators. We are biological and spiritual superconductors who generate massive amounts of energy. Intuition is the only way through which we may manifest our fulfillment. Our destiny is our extraordinary capacity to be an energetic river of universal possibility. Everything we have been, are and will ever be is the realization of our conscious energy.

“We are not a reflection of society, we are an expression of the universe.”

Kaleidoscope

“Manipulation is our common mode of expression.”

Perception Deception:
How we perceive our experience of life becomes our reality. How we transform our experience of life becomes our truth. This is an essential distinction often buried beneath the cavalcade of complexity with which we occupy our lives. Most of us focus our daily intent on surviving rather than thriving. Society indoctrinates us into this mind-driven lifestyle to disassociate and distract us from our true purpose. Infinite facets of perception and tangents of thought overstimulate our senses. We allow ourselves to be confused and deceived by our self-induced psychosis, primarily influenced by the turbulent tides of our social environment.

The Truth of Reality:
Reality is not “real.” No matter how foreign or obscure this may seem, reality is our inevitable human captivity. It is the ultimate form of slavery. Reality is an engineered projection imposed upon us by authoritarian, hierarchal, secret societal, sociopathic people hellbent on control, greed, manipulation and power. It is a human invention to confine and suppress our consciousness, empathy and spirituality. Inevitably, all of us concede to this omnipresent force in fear of failure, prejudice, ridicule and segregation. Reality is a vortex invented to consume everything distinct from its intended design. It is an illusion to distort what is real.

Spin Factor:
The most influential element of perception is how it is spun. We each have a unique perspective on our lives and society. Yet, we allow our viewpoints to be distorted and manipulated by mass media broadcasting agenda-laden information by and for exclusive ways and means. It is not the rare, drastic and massive shifts in our perception that make the greatest impact. It is the daily, mechanical and subtle swings to which we have been desensitized. Perception is spun every day and way to sustain benefit for the few at the cost of the many. In a society desperate to believe in “reality,” perspective is easily altered, biased and invented.

Exaltation:
We are born and bred to idolize and praise. Most of us become inferior because we are socially conditioned to give away our personal power as a necessity to succeed in reality. Our foundation of existence is built upon an unstable ground of ego, emulation, greed and self-righteousness. We occupy our lives with physical desires, intellectual debate and elementary emotion. Our soul is a desert devoid of the life we have long sacrificed to accumulate, conform and consume. We have made it more attractive and convenient to celebrate and imitate the lives of others at the cost of our own. Like our power, we eagerly give away the onus of our perception.

We Are What We See:
Our lives are defined by how we view them. Though we have various senses, our sight greatly impacts our experience. Most of what we become is a culmination of what we perceive. Our vision dominates our existence. We are entirely reliant upon what we see. Our eyes deceive us as much as our reality. What we “want” to see often overpowers what we “need” to see. Every day we adopt a common reality based upon how and what we observe. Society is designed to imprison us into duality. Linear perception and the simulated dynamics of “reality” prohibit our ability to manifest our personal vision.

“It doesn’t matter what happens around us, it only matters what happens within.”

Dreamworld:
Everything distinct from our individual being is an illusion. It is a projection of rudimentary cause and effect in which we adopt and invest based upon our circumstances, decisions and energy. We have been conditioned to believe that the external world is all that is real. That what lies within us is devoid of intention, meaning, purpose and value. We have sacrificed our personal power for artificial belonging, intelligence, status and wealth. We have allowed our perceptions to be manipulated to the utmost degree. In so doing, we have surrendered our heart and soul. Society and reality are systems designed specifically to divert us from ourselves.

A Hand in the Act:
Our perceptions have been programmed to serve an authoritarian agenda. They sustain a socially engineered reality at the cost of our creativity and purpose. We are anesthetized to the effects of this conditioning due to our daily, self-prescribed dose of synthetically mindless amusement and entertainment. We are stimulated by an addictive dependence on fear and fantasy to escape the dire perceptions we adopt of reality. This preoccupies us from becoming the greatest expression of ourselves and fulfilling our destiny. We allow this constant and peripheral anxiety to alter our outlook on life and propagate its eventual downfall.

Diamond in the Rough:
Humanity is a multi-faceted diamond of perception. There are over six billion viewpoints, each one as essential as the next. The diversity of our vision is measured not by the strength of our own, yet by the willingness to see beyond the borders of conventional perception. Our desire to discover, experience and illuminate the mysteries of ourselves transforms all we may encounter. The perception we choose is the bridge to manifest what is possible in our life. Our vision is inspired by the personal commitment and empowerment for which we live. We are the saviors for whom we have been waiting.

Epiphany of Insight:
The truth of what is cannot be found in contemporary forms of media, whether they are social, printed, forums, lectures, videos or even sacred texts. Individual truth is conceived in a vision, realized in one’s being and manifested as a lifestyle. Our personal revelations are multi-dimensional experiences always occurring within us. When we are present to these opportunities, our consciousness of, commitment to and engagement with them establishes our existence. Our insights are the sparks that illuminate and inspire our perceptions and lives. We are the sole creators of our evolution and transformation.

A Call for Consciousness:
Reality is a kaleidoscope of virtual stimuli to divert us from our true path. Our emergence from the shadows of society is vital to our becoming. It is our choice how we view, experience and create the world within and without. We are either victims of the greatest vicious cycle ever invented through our compliance and participation. Or we are our own saviors who cause our freedom, intention and personal power. It is our calling to envision and manifest all that our heart and soul embodies. We are the only person who will ever prevent ourselves from becoming all we may imagine. We are the source of our purpose.

“Our vision is the gateway to our consciousness.”

The Reality of Us

We are the problem that leads to the solution.”

Sole Superiority:

Nobody owes us, nor are we entitled to anything in this world.  Though it is an inconvenient truth, we are not of benefit to this earth.  We are a biological epidemic, consuming vital resources at the expense of our own equality, freedom, justice and purpose.  Our personal perceptions are processed through a virtually institutionalized marketplace of subjective reality.  Society prepares us for an artificially sheltered life. We are bred to be terrified of everyone and everything distinct from ourselves.  Our pride, prejudice and self-righteousness are imposed necessities for our social survival.

The “I” Syndrome:

We are culturally programmed to design our lives around ourselves.  Our justification for this self-centered strategy is the dire and inevitable personal, professional and social consequences should we refuse.  The focus of our ambition, attention and intention is entirely dictated by our ego.  Eventually, we become enslaved by the vicious cycle of our desire, want and vanity at the cost of our happiness, love and truth.  When faced with an opportunity to give and share, we often decide to thoughtlessly receive and accumulate.  Our survival becomes a comfortable euphemism for our egocentricity.

Human Obsolescence:

As much as our contemporary society invents ways to accelerate a market place of planned obsolescence for profit, so too has it become for human beings.  Awareness and practice in personal health is of meager priority.  Benevolence, ethics and virtues have been replaced by personal achievement, competition and wealth.  Apathy, denial and evasion compromises our sense of adventure, fulfillment and purpose.  Humanity has become a disposable life form, engineered, manipulated and prohibited to reach its true destiny.  Our shelf life declines as our appetite increases.

Enter the Void:

How we choose to live determines whether we are a creator or a destroyer.  There is no middle ground.  Who and how we are being is either an expression of our life or death.  We are seduced by society to be entertained and mystified by human decline, disgrace and destruction.  In many ways, it may make us feel better about the status of our own life when we see the downfalls and failures of others.  We live in the shadows of our superficiality and become inhabitants of a surreal reality.  Our choice or lack thereof condemns us to the adoption of our own oblivion.

The Illusion of Time:

If reality is the ball, time is the chain of our personal enslavement.  Time, like most things in this world, is only as influential as our perception empowers.  We have allowed our personal power to be inverted into a private prison.  The seemingly overwhelming effort and price of achieving our individual destiny, purpose and vision often outweighs its manifestation.  Time is an illusion of perception invented to distort and modify our multi-dimensionality into a linear duality.  The more we perceive our lives in the measurement of time, the more we give them away to this linear deception.

We live our lives through the eyes of others.”

Persuasion of Perception:

Perception is the most influential force in society.  In a civilization lacking creativity, faith and intuition, the social engineering and manipulation of observation is a business model for the industries we enable.  Power is not fame, politics, possession and wealth.  It is the ability to alter and control the way society perceives itself.  Every day in every way financial institutions, corporations, politicians and a myriad of agencies seek ways to implant and impose their agendas and motivations upon humanity.  Perception creates reality.  How we see the world is more powerful than anything in it.

Artificial Reality:

The reality we commonly experience in life is a complex simulation.  It is the greatest deception ever created.  As ingenious as its existence, is our engagement, faith and trust in it.  Reality is a projection that all of us accept and adopt as “real.”  However, it is anything but authentic.  The dynamic of reality is one that gives the impression of possibility and security, yet in truth is exclusive and perilous.  Those who understand its mechanics and probabilities often alter, distort and manipulate its design for advantage, position and profit.  The life we live is not at all as it seems.  It is an illusion.

Life Sentence:

Our lives are a dream.  They are a fabrication of social engineering designed to distract, entertain and preoccupy.  The common experience we all have isn’t really “life.”  It is a staged sequence of virtual events to disillusion, intimidate and manipulate our instincts, thoughts and emotions.  We are programmed to become disassociated from our souls since the time we are born.  Our lives are dictated more by external forces than those from within.  We are rats in a three-dimensional maze, ever searching for an exit that doesn’t exist.  The bars of our social prison are as pervasive as they are absolute.

Appeal of Testimony:

Before we can break free from the bonds of our adopted conditioning, we must first acknowledge our role in the vicious cycle of contemporary society.  Each one of us is responsible for the destructive nature of reality.  We allow our egos to transmit our anger, competition, envy, frustration and intolerance.  Even if we decide to cop an innocent plea of ignorance, it does not exonerate us from our contribution to a culture of selfishness.  No matter how much we attempt to mystify ourselves, our freedom is found in our commitment to accountability, integrity and transformation.

Awakening:

Awareness is a lonely path.  It is an intimate venture we all must discover, empower, practice and fulfill.  No other person has the insight, inspiration, passion and right to achieve what only we can for ourselves.  When we establish our true vision of who we are and how we create our life, we distinguish ourselves from the mass imposition of reality.  We see it for what it is and what it is not; a prison for the heart and soul.  Awakening to the artificial dynamics of reality creates the possibility for our soul to thrive in our life.  Our consciousness is the measure of its manifestation.

Our vision is the truest expression of our soul.”