ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do
it. Because what the world needs is people who've come alive and
woken up. Sometimes, the fear of the unknown is greater than the
misery of the known."
The Delusions of Ego
How is it possible
that we can so strongly believe that we only live in a physical
world and be unable to see or experience the spiritual world? The
answer is that we create our own reality and generations have been
programmed to create a false reality that has now become concrete.
Yet most of us feel or suspect that there is more to life and
that we have forgotten something important - where we came from.
history there have been people who claim to channel information
'from the gods' or the dead or from something higher. Of course,
many are simply deluded but some mediums undoubtedly connect with
something beyond our reality. Currently, one of the more impressive
is a guy called Daryl Anka who acts as a channel for a higher
dimensional being he calls 'Bashar'. Over the last decade, he has
given hundreds of interesting talks, many of which are freely
available on his website, during which he closes his eyes and talks
in a different voice, .
Whether you believe it or
not and where the information is coming from is not important. What
is important is the message and the impressive clarity with which
it is delivered. In this short video, he talks about how the ego
has led us astray and provides an explanation for how we can so
strongly believe things which have little basis in reality.
In past times, we believed in gods, angels and demons. Now, science
and spirituality are coming together (today's spirituality is the
science of the future) and a more modern view is belief in other
dimensions, a higher intelligence and the collective unconscious of
humanity. Perhaps it may be true that 'angels are ETs'.
From even before we are born, everything we experience in the
'normal' world reinforces our ego view of reality - governments, the
media, peer pressure, religion and even pop music. Why religion?
Surely that is a spiritual viewpoint? Well, yes and no because
although it is based on a deeper truth you have to remember that
everything is written down by human beings. The church is a major part of 'The Powers
That Be' and so has a vested interest in keeping people under control.
Religion is a multi-billion pound business. To a greater of lesser degree, all religions take away our personal
power and our ability to find the truth within and replace it with a
dependency on rules and the priesthood to 'save' us.
Of course, religion
is a touchy subject because it is a very heavy duty imposition of a
belief system and so people become blinded to seeing the possibility
of any alternative. For this reason, I prefer to talk about
religious beliefs as being the first (but not necessary) step on the
way to perceiving an even higher reality. All religions talk about
man being created in the image of God but then they take away this
power and tell us we need the church to help us!
We are indeed a
'spark of divinity' or a higher being that has taken on physical
form in order to have an experience. As a 'god' we can create our
own reality and it is this incredible power that is suppressed by
any and every means possible. Imagine the loss of income to the big
multinationals if we started creating abundant, totally healthy
lives and no longer needed to buy all the crap we've been told makes
our lives better. In truth, we are already creating our own reality. Just look around
you and you will see the reality created by a few billion
brainwashed, sleeping, unhealthy and fearful people. We create a
planet that is unhealthy and a world filled with sickness and fear.
Remember also that the majority of people on this planet don't live nearly as
well as you do...
This incredible photo marks the end of Matador Torero Alvaro
Munera's career. He collapsed in remorse mid-fight when he realized
he was having to prompt this otherwise gentle beast to fight. He
went on to become an avid opponent of bullfights. Torrero Munera is
quoted as saying of this moment: "And suddenly, I looked at the
bull. He had this innocence that all animals have in their eyes, and
he looked at me with this pleading. It was like a cry for justice,
deep down inside of me. I describe it as being like a prayer -
because if one confesses, it is hoped that one is forgiven. I felt
like the worst **** on earth."