Without meaning YOU create, life is not worth living, is a struggle, and you suffer.

If meaning makes the difference between a life worth living or not, why don’t you create a meaning that makes life worth living?
You can’t, you won’t… but why? Let me muscle test!

You lack intellectual capacity? 30%
You don’t have the spiritual capacity to see the big picture in width and it time? 90%
You lack the willingness to be responsible, willingness to cause the context. 100%
You lack the courage to cause the context, or pretty much anything… 100%

Being a sheep means lack of courage, lack of vision, lack of responsibility

Stuck energy. Stinginess.

Can you change? Yes. How? Through activating spiritual capacities with practices that need that capacity.
Without meaning YOU create, life is not worth living, is a struggle, and you suffer.

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If meaning makes the difference between a life worth living and a life not, why do some people take to it and most people don’t?

If meaning makes the difference between a life worth living and a life not, why do some people take to it and most people don’t?

intellectual capacity? somewhat
having the spiritual capacity to see the big picture in width and it time? mostly
willingness to be responsible, willingness to cause the context.
courage to cause the context

Being a sheep means lack of courage, lack of vision, lack of responsibility

Stuck energy. Stinginess.

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Authenticity

authenticityI am a foreigner. I learned the English words, one by one, but I started to learn the being associated, the being meant by some words when I was 38 and started the work of transformation.

The first being word I looked into was generosity. I was still a beginner at distinguishing.

Distinguishing is the art of precision, what it is and what it isn’t. What it isn’t distinguishes something a lot better than trying to explain what it is. Interesting, isn’t it?

I had to learn the hard way what generosity isn’t, how “generosity” can and does make enemies of friends, destroys you in the process, while it builds your ego to sky high.

The second being word was authenticity. Not much can be found anywhere about that being, because it is near extinct, because authenticity flies in the face of what society wants of you: society wants you to suppress who you really are, and pretend to be part of the group… to want what “they” want, not what you want.

https://www.yourvibration.com

Carol Tuttle — more reviews

carol-tuttle-chakras-balancedMindValley is coming out with a new course, by Carol Tuttle. I don’t know Carol Tuttle… but I want to make sure I know how to advise my readers, my students, my clients… should they spend their money and their time with this course.

Of course the course is about making more money. Of course that is the answer to all misery: if you had money you would be happier… bah humbug. You would be just as miserable, with bragging rights.

But apart from that, a core issue, you want to fix your outside, your circumstances, so you can be well on the inside… utterly backwards, I want to be able to see the methodology without having to buy the course myself.

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Talk Back to me: on connection, on meditation. on other gurus

Summary: When you write me an email, you can expect that it is going to be published or ignored. Why? Because I am not your private coach and I don’t have to answer your questions… If I feel like it, I answer them publicly: that way your question and my answer contributes to others as well.

Hi Sophie,

Thank you for considering doing a meditation session for those of us outside of the EST time zone. ((Considering Saturday early evening…))

I woke up at 2 am for some reason this morning and decided it was a good time to try the meditations.

I pulled in many techniques I had learned from various teachers most notably Dr Alex Loyd (personal vibration: 200… big drop from last time I checked) from The Healing Codes. He had taught that in order to increase the effectiveness of his work, you had to roll the eyes up and back (something you reiterated in your blog recently), you had to place your hands on the top of your head in a certain way and you had to deep breath through the chest in a certain way. ((This is new to me, and cannot be an accident. I have touted that without connecting to Source the Healing Codes isn’t doing anything. So, I guess, Dr. Alex heard about that, and tries to incorporate it… hm. Very interesting, how one (me) influences culture))
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Stuff I want you to see: The Guru Myth, Its Destructive Power and A Cure.

Sophie’s notes: I do not necessarily agree with a lot what’s written in this article, yet it’s a good piece of writing, and I want you to read it.

I will add some notes when I have time… And some vibrational measurements of the people he mentions… Patience, it’s coming.

The Guru Myth, Its Destructive Power and A Cure. {Now w/Videos!}

Julian Walker

Via ((Julian Walker, the writer of this article: personal vibration: 190; truth value of his whole teachings: 190; truth value of this article: 200)) on Feb 28, 2012

The Word and The Myth.

The word “guru” has taken on a life of its own in Western pop culture. The media and advertising talk about “stock gurus,” “marketing gurus,” sports gurus” and on and on – the characterization being someone who has a particular insight into their chosen field and is trusted by others as being able to solve certain problems or provide a highly effective strategy on how to be successful.

We know of course that the word originates in India and simply means “teacher.” In India one’s schoolteacher, dance instructor, parent – really anyone in an authoritative or instructive role might be considered your guru in their particular domain.

But when the word is used in a spiritual context it has a very specific meaning and is located within a very particular Hindu belief system. A guru in this sense is a cut above ordinary human beings. What distinguishes the guru from us mere mortals is that they are “enlightened” or “self-realized.”

Basically the claim is that there are certain very special people who have crossed a very specific threshold in their spiritual awareness – and they know the ultimate truth about the nature of reality.

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Interesting new vibrational reviews, Carlos Castaneda, Mantak Chia, and some pseudonames

Machaelle Small Wright vibrational review
Machaelle Small Wright author of “Behaving as if the God in All Life Mattered” First off, when I asked to connect to Machaella, there was no such person. Then I asked to connect to the author of the book above, and then I connected. The author seems to be a man. WTF? This has never happened to me… personal vibration: 180. Truth value: 170. The whole ouvre vibration: 200

Mantak Chia vibrational review
Mantak Chia is a Taoist Master. He is best known for his teaching Taoist practices under the names of Healing Tao, Tao Yoga, Universal Healing Tao System and Qigong. Personal vibration: 240. Deep seated fear
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I have found a great resource

I am thinking of using Osho’s dynamic meditations to guide people to no-mind. Sneak in a little fun, sneak in physicality, sneak in joy… Instead of the anxiety and seriousness most people relate to the getting-out-of-the-mind issue.

As I was searching to download the music of those great meditations, I found a series of articles and quotes, by Osho, on fake gurus. Here is an article on U.G. Krishnamurti. A few months ago I would not have believed him, but I saw a video on youtube, Krishnamurti on his deathbed, and it was so convincing, that I now believe what Osho says.

Osho Quotes on U G Krishnamurti

Just the other day I was reading a lecture of U. G. Krishnamurti. He says he went to see Ramana Maharshi. He was not attracted — because he was chopping vegetables. Yes, Ramana Maharshi was that kind of man, very ordinary. Chopping vegetables! U. G. Krishnamurti must have gone to see somebody extraordinary sitting on a golden throne or something. Ramana Maharshi just sitting on the floor and chopping vegetables? preparing vegetables for the kitchen! He was very much frustrated.
Then another day he went and saw him reading jokes. Finished for ever! This man knows nothing. This man is very ordinary. He left the ashram; it was not worth it. But I would like to say to you: this man, Ramana Maharshi, is one of the greatest Buddhas ever born to the world. That was his Buddhahood in action!
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