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."
There are dozens of websites covering the issues mentioned here. Non
have all the answers and all necessarily contain errors because the
truth is like an onion - peel away one level and there's another
underneath. Understand that the most powerful organisations in the
world are constantly putting out disinfo, misinfo and half-truths
mixed with the truth to keep you in the dark. Even world leaders don't know the whole truth
and we are reliably informed that the president of the United
States is on a 'need to know basis' with several levels of secrecy
above him. The lie is different at every level and so we need to
exercise discretion and find our way in the maze...
Your Personality type form according to Carl
Jung and Isabel Briggs Myers Typology Measuring
It is important
to understand that most people in all the caring professions
(doctors, nurses, psychologists, priests and the alternative arena)
are in it because of their own unresolved problems - 'I feel bad. I
know, I'll help that person over there. Ah, now I feel better'. When
it comes to operating on the Internet with its global audience, many
get caught to a greater or lesser degree, in the fame and fortune
trap. The new paradigm will leave that behind because 'service to
others' means that you require there to be sleeping people on
the planet because they are the only ones who need outside help.
That act of requiring helps create a needy world...
Baby Elephant Syndrome: Jessica Schab
"An adult elephant can easily
uproot huge trees with its trunk; it can knock down a house without
much trouble. When an elephant living in captivity is still a baby,
it is tied to a tree with a strong rope or a chain every night.
Because it is the nature of elephants to roam free, the baby
elephant instinctively tries with all its might to break the rope.
But it isn't yet strong enough to do so.
Realizing its efforts are of no use, it finally gives up and
stops struggling. After the baby elephant tries and fails many
times, it will never try again for the rest of its life.
Later, when the elephant is fully grown, it can be tied to a
small tree with a thin rope. It could then easily free itself by
uprooting the tree or breaking the rope. But because its mind has
been conditioned by its prior experiences, it doesn't make the
slightest attempt to break free. The powerfully gigantic elephant
has limited its present abilities based on the limitations of the
pastó Baby Elephant Syndrome.
Human being are exactly like the elephant except for one
thing - we can choose not to accept the false boundaries and
limitations of our past."
In a field of their own and true pioneers I
give the below special mention!
Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan made the greatest contribution to
exposing the truth in the lead up to 2012 and their library of
whistleblower interviews is unmatched (beware, some are untrue but
many are true!). For many years they ran Project Camelot but then
split and went their own separate ways, which caused ripples in the
community. Below is a personal interview of them telling
something of their story and the influences on their lives.
Lastly, my now
has some useful, if dated, videos worth watching.