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The Power To Choose

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" The choices we make today significantly impact all of our tomorrows." 


Every time we choose, we enter into a new stage of evolutionary development. Every exchange we make has the power to drastically change our future. This is why it is imperative for our survival, both physically and emotionally, to enter into respectful exchange with ourselves and others if we ever hope to accomplish a peaceful resolution to our conflicts.

The very message behind this article is made abundantly clear. As free-thinking human beings, we have the right to choose how we wish to experience this thing we call life. Every decision we make will determine the outcome of our future. How is it that you will choose to live?


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  " There is a great deal of strategically biasing information being purposely fed into our hearts and minds via the media."

 The conditions of conflict have always been perpetuated by those in positions of power.  Our inherent beliefs and behaviors have been modeled after a number of systems whose sole purpose is to remain in a position of dominance. In other words, the very way in which we live, our thoughts and experiences, our financial, religious and political beliefs, have all been hijacked by those who wish to maintain control over the masses. It is the ultimate betrayal of our trust by the very people we call our leaders.

 There is a great deal of strategically biasing information being purposely fed to our hearts and minds via the media. That is why hate is running rampant in the world and continuing to grow at a very rapid rate. Just watch the news...if you can stomach it. It is this collective of assaults on our consciousness that has created a great deal of turmoil throughout the world and so far, there has been insufficient effort put into finding peaceful solutions to our conflicts. As we are all coming to realize, there is no one country on Earth that can protect itself from radical hatred. How many more times must we see evidence of this?

 

We have far exceeded the capabilities of our Human and Earthly ecosystems to absorb the impact of the growing use of advanced technologies." 

 The growing use of advanced technologies has already had an irreversible effect on our bodies and minds, not to mention the very planet we call home. Slowly but surely, we are destroying the very resources that have been created to sustain us. In our greed, we are also destroying ourselves in the process, as we will no longer be able to maintain the life of the physical vehicle without the adequate nutrients our planet has so graciously provided for us. Selfishly, we continue to eradicate them with our chemicals of  "MASS PRODUCTION."


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 " As we are all one people, it is about time we begin to work together to create a better version of the future for ourselves and our children."
 Those to which we have entrusted our common well-being will always fall to the demands of corporate interests. We have been duped into thinking it is within all of our best interests to do so. We could not be more wrong. By being divided, we are constantly manipulated by the forces that govern us through the use of fear and mistrust of other civilizations who do not share our cultural beliefs and practices. It is when we move from conflict to collaboration, by developing a unified awareness of the behavioral and cultural habits that have continuously led us to a dead end, that we will take a crucial step forward in seeing ourselves as "one people." 


" We need to learn new ways of thinking to open our hearts and minds to the wealth of awareness that lies just beyond our deepest fears."

As each of us makes our way through this world, we are constantly being bombarded by the energies of fear. This is our greatest challenge as a species and quite frankly, the reason we are all here...together. As more of us work on those inner levels to conquer our individual fears, we will begin to transform our collective reality from that of separation and victimization, to that of unification. 

 The need here is to develop our priceless, God-given gift of intuition to re-train our minds to a more holistic way of thinking. You need not believe in a God to liberate yourself from the misconceptions that have limited your experience. The only thing you need to believe is that it is within your own power to change it. Understand the freedom that is our birthright is the power to choose the life we desire. By not choosing, we leave ourselves at the mercy of other peoples' choices. That, of course, is foolish.

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   " Our intuitive nature is the heart and soul of who we are;  it is here that the truth is revealed."

 Once we begin to work from this place of truth by opening our hearts and using them as our guide, new perceptions of what we have long considered reality will be revealed to us. These new levels of awareness will enrich our lives with experiences that have long been hidden from us. If we all make decisions based on what we feel in our hearts to be true, we serve to create a more peaceful attitude among the masses, shifting the winds of change in favor of collaboration rather than conflict.

Let us be very clear on how we wish to live. Shall it be in constant fear of the scrutiny of others, or shall it be in harmony with the true nature of who we are? I will begin by facing the fear I have of even posting this article. At the risk of being considered a crazy fanatic, I have been feeling a bit of apprehension even writing this. Then suddenly it occurred to me, that is the point of this whole thing...Conquering fear. 

 The proof  here is in the pudding, and there is no denying the truth. It will find you too, one way or another. There is a great deal of power in numbers, so let us begin to shift them in our favor by choosing a more healthful and peaceful future for ourselves and our children. I humbly thank you for taking the time to read this article...If it does not resonate with you now, please print it and save it for later...Peace...


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One of the saddest lessons of history is this:


If we’ve been bamboozled long enough,

we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle.

We’re no longer interested in finding out the Truth.

The bamboozle has captured us.

It’s simply too painful to acknowledge,

even to ourselves,

that we’ve been taken.

Once you give a charlatan power over you,

you almost never get it back.


 -Carl Sagan-






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Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #50

#55
Great questions to ponder Debesh Choudhury...Perhaps one day we will evolve to understanding there is 'no time' to go back to at all...It is all just 'ONE' moment in a continuous NOW;-)

Debesh Choudhury

2 years ago #49

It is a deep subject Cyndi .. Have I got the power to choose what I do? Or is it a destiny driven by our work and experience? Unfortunately, we can't change it in the reversed time, because there is no "Time Machine".

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #48

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Great points here Harvey Lloyd...and since you mentioned it, I would like to address the issue of trust, as this seems to be what many of us struggle with most often in relationships. For every loss we suffer, every disappointment experienced, our human response is to become increasingly distrustful. The more painful or unpleasant the situation, the more it is telling us we have something very vital learn here in the way we perceive our experiences. If we do not begin to dig down deep to learn what misunderstandings or tensions have led to these painful experiences, we will continue to repeat the cycle over and over for millennia. The challenge in all of our difficulties is in seeing them from a perspective of opportunity. Each one a portal for change as we begin growing and moving through the pain that has kept us in neutral for perhaps decades. They are the gifts life offers up as a means of exorcising all those little demons that hang out in your head and come out when the terrain gets a bit 'bumpy'. Consider these experiences an opportunity for an 'evolutionary upgrade' to replace our old outdated mental software;-)

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #47

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A second thought Cyndi wilkins is the information overload vs trust factor. Give me a topic and i can surround you with uncorroborated information that looks, feels and sounds true. WIth such trending topics that hit our space we tend to form emotional thoughts about the events. Facts take time. We must dig through various feeds and separate the fallacies from the facts. You may have to engaguage with several different feeds to widdle it down. I dont have the kind of time to narrow down the wheat from the chaff on all subjects. Your posts deals with the fundamentals of understanding the real underlying facts of just about anything. Great thoughts

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #46

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In doing some research about how our brain stores information it is readily apparent, within our nature our brain creates shortcuts to address the information our senses feed the synaptic storage. In today's lingo we could look at these synaptic clusters as an app, not much different than we find our phones. These apps are built based on emotion/information within our experiences. These apps automatically build themselves, pretty much according to Freud and Jung. The question is, our circumstances change. The synaptic clusters we stored back when we were a teenager are still there and given adult experiences, rise and activate the app. The challenge to success is using old apps that no longer work in our current experience. In most cases we never realize that we are using microsoft DOS apps in a Windows 10 situation.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #45

I thought it a good time to revisit this one and consider this comment by Harvey Lloyd.... "Although Trump makes himself an easy target......I would have to say that the saddest part of the previous election is that at the end of the day, 80+% of the American Voting Public thought that the two candidates were the best opportunity for our country to move forward. Or these were the two candidates we allowed to be handed up within the material world paradigm."

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #44

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"We have the potential to be free thinking, but how free thinking are we? How much do we restrain what we think to "fit in" even if fitting in is not healthy? " I've had a couple of lessons in this concept over the past 24 hrs Deb\ud83d\udc1d Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee...and I have to say in the first incident I restrained myself so as to not embarrass my daughter in a 'restaurant' situation...as a result, I was aggravated enough to ruin my appetite...In the second situation, I let my feelings out, perhaps a bit more forcefully than I could have, but I was not backing down...OK...So I'm not the most popular lady in the neighborhood right now...but dang it...I got my point across and it got the job done. Sometimes you have to risk being 'unpopular'....

Randall Burns

4 years ago #43

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Thank You for your kinds words, you are indeed perceptive and smart to elicit a response from me Cyndi wilkins article that did prompt me to write that. You're spot on with your sentiments, I agree, again nothing to add. looking forward to continuing discussions, I really don't get enough of this challenging enlightening input/dialogue in my "daily grind', it's not just good for the mind and spirit but also the soul. I think Sara Jacobovici might appreciate this post and the discussion

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #42

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I knew there was more for you to add here than just the secret sauce -) You're article is so fabulously constructed it would make Jim Murray...I hope you took her up offer. As we expand in awareness and develop the perception of being 'multi-sensory' or 'multi-dimensional' beings, our consciousness extends far beyond seeing the world as just 'physical.' My piece is suggesting we modify our thinking as such that we consider humans not to be the only beings that exist in the universe. Yes, we ALL have the ability, but many of us struggle with what Ian Weinberg refers to as the 'neuronal noise' of the intellect...you describe it perfectly in your article... "It is the intellect's contrivance of trying, desperately, to rationalize/assess/recognize and classify the unfathomable/irrational/impossible aspects of ourselves; but here's the crux; they are ONLY unfathomable/irrational/impossible aspects to our intellects! They are perfectly normal/rational/possible relating to the rest of our beings." If we can somehow convince our intellect to take a vacation and come along for the ride, we can open ourselves for exploration far beyond our limited 'human faculti

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #41

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Thank you Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher...Truth be told, people like her are an inspiration to me...and I am very fortunate to see her at the beginning of my every work week...fifteen years and counting! I see a lot of changes in cognitive abilities...but the true nature of 'the person' remains and is magnified tenfold. The love and laughter in the room is so contagious that I feel the effects reverberate throughout my system for several days...She is a gift that keeps on giving;-)

Lisa Gallagher

4 years ago #40

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I LOVE how she ends the session Cyndi wilkins. You are a great inspiration to many!

Randall Burns

4 years ago #39

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LMAO!!! Now you've got me thinking Cyndi wilkins, I enjoyed and agree with your article because you're talking about "expanding our paradigm" which is within all of our capabilities if we just try. You may, (or may not), be interested in this; https://www.bebee.com/producer/@randall-burns/expanding-the-paradigm-of-our-perceptions-senses-and-philosophy

Randall Burns

4 years ago #38

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Actually there are absolutely no secrets, I've been taught to share/teach/mentor to the best of my ability; you can give 10 Chefs the same recipe and will end up with 10 different results. Nothing we do is original, it's all been done before, beware of the Cook that has a "secret" that they are not willing to share with the world or their proteges, it is generally an insecurity clinging onto a security blanket, for whatever reason, that is not a sign of a great cook. Seriously your post is insightful, thoughtful, intelligent and on the mark, I agree and have nothing to add, like a perfect recipe. Love the picture of "budget cuts". When I was younger and the Chef asked me, "how goes the battle Randy?", I responded with, "Well Chef I think I can see light at the end of the tunnel", He smiled and responded to me, "I hope that's not the locomotive coming".

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #37

Why thank you Randall Burns...I cannot believe you haven't a pinch of this or a dash of that to add to the recipe of life... I do know however, that great cooks rarely reveal their secrets;-)

Randall Burns

4 years ago #36

I don't think you're a crazy fanatic Cyndi wilkins. Bravo on the excellent article, I have nothing to add.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #35

The Tower of Babel is the perfect example of how we have become disconnected from our own spirituality Preston \ud83d\udc1d Vander Ven;-) We have been manipulated by the forces that govern us into thinking we need them for our physical survival...we mere mortals cannot possibly 'think' for ourselves without the help of those who claim to have our best interests at heart. Our lives have been shaped by laws put in place by those with self-serving intentions. When we become awakened to the psychology of our own spirit we are able to detach ourselves from the distractions and chaotic events of physicality to see things from a higher perspective...with a clarity to set our conscious intentions accordingly to our own specific needs without being governed by the unconscious and impersonal energy of others....We can see the forest through the trees, so to speak...and make our own responsible choices through the awakened spirit of conscious intent.

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #34

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Amen.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #33

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I can certainly understand your frustration Harvey Lloyd...I feel it very profoundly myself...So I will refer back to a comment I made on Ali's post yesterday...I think it fits in nicely here... As parents, we have an even greater responsibility to do the 'inner work' in becoming conscious of our choices...Our children are our greatest natural resource for the future...and we the parents their greatest 'influencers'...How we choose to shape ourselves has extraordinary impact on all souls in our sphere of influence...especially our children. That is why it is so important for each of us to be of very clear intention in respect to the behavior we project onto ourselves and others...If we wish to diminish fear within the global environment for example, we must first diminish our own individual fears. Teaching our youth about spiritual development at home and in our schools would go a very long way in creating the necessary mindset for the up and coming generation of new leaders in bringing valuable contributions to the evolution of humanity. Each of us holds a piece of the puzzle...each of us is valuable in his or her own way...The health of the family dynamic brings health and harmony to us all...This would be a great place to start shifting the tide;-)

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #32

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Although Trump makes himself an easy target......I would have to say that the saddest part of the previous election is that at the end of the day, 80+% of the American Voting Public thought that the two candidates were the best opportunity for our country to move forward. Or these were the two candidates we allowed to be handed up within the material world paradigm. He won, 50% are unhappy and fighting him, if she had won 50% would have been mad and fought her. While we fight they all walk to the bank and laugh. Special interest has divided the nation and now politicians use it as a whip against each other, while we choose sides. Like the magician we never saw the slight of hand to change our focus. Give me chaos and i will show you how to make money.

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #31

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We did an interesting study on "Generational Poverty" it dealt with the segment of the population and the narrative building during youth that perpetrated a scheme of thought. Some of these discussions lead to we have almost created and under current of a caste system. Wherebu locking folks into a narrative. We discussed further how from parenting to realization of parenting goals or lack thereof, that the narrative is now further in the community we choose to operate. So my frustration is how do you tell someone they have lived their life inside a paradigm that is unhealthy? There is no room in the inn, for spiritual awareness. The material world demands all of our energy just to break bread in the evening. If we are to make change in our present moments with others we must show them a new and different way to see the paradigm with what they have engaged. We have described the issue quite well, yet when we come down to discussing the how are we going to move forward?????? It gets a little squirrelly. We are unwilling to admit to others that our spiritual selves are uneducated and therefore blind to the paradigm. Material leaders have been wise to leave our spirits in the dark. Now they can pick our pockets while we thank them. Please pardon my frustration, it is not directed at anyone but rather the general atmosphere of shame/persecution that surrounds our spiritual needs.

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

4 years ago #30

Let's censure our conscience, search our souls, find upright faith, filter our fallacies, and traverse on truths to get all goodness and give right worth to the Lord of mankind.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #29

I also have to say Harvey Lloyd, that I agree with what you have stated about how we perceive 'power'..."Where we see those in "power" that it is really not power but rather the manipulation of the material world to their advantage, under the law. It is seen as power from being in the audience while they hold the microphone." This statement reminded me of a very vivid dream I had just prior to the recent US election (or perhaps it was a nightmare;-) I was in attendance of a speech given by our now president Trump....I was standing by a doorway through which he exited the stage and I said to him..."I have to admit Mr. Trump...It is quite impressive the way you command an audience." His comment to me..."Please remember that when you go to vote." My reply..."Not a snowball's chance in hell."

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #28

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#31 "The road to hell is paved with good intentions. For some reason though, through media, we have been desensitized to notice the heat build up." Interesting that you would say that Harvey Lloyd , as it reminds me of how Al Gore described climate change in his documentary..."An Inconvenient Truth" We have been so desensitized to the heat building that we are in denial of it even happening. However, if we were to jump from the pot into the fire, we would feel it's effects quite profoundly. I would like to also like to zero in on the comment by Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher..."The day we are born, the programming begins." Early childhood influence is exactly what sets the tone for the trajectory of our lives. It is here that we have the ability to make the greatest impact for change. Why should we change? Because we have to, or risk extinction...period. We have already gone too far...and the only reason we are alive today is that Mother Nature has unconditional love for her misbehaving children. It's about time we clean up our room;-) I just had a wonderful session with one of my dementia patients, recognizing the subtle nuances as she peels back the layers of her life...It's all about family, relationships and how we have treated ourselves and others along the way. As I nurture her body and mind while listening compassionately...she recalls a joyful childhood filled with love and laughter. At the end of every session, she says the same thing..."This is heaven Cyndi...and I never want to leave here."

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #27

I would also suggest that where we see those in "power" that it is really not power but rather the manipulation of the material world to their advantage, under the law. It is seen as power from being in the audience while they hold the microphone. But that power is given to them via others who aspire to be like them. This aspiration is what sets us on the path to fear based motivation. It engages us beyond our capacity to manage self. The charleton makes many promises that leave us at the dead end where fear begins. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. For some reason though, through media, we have been desensitized to notice the heat build up.

Harvey Lloyd

4 years ago #26

Interesting post as we reach the tipping point where our own consciousness is our enemy. I recently did some research on some ancient writings and found that a seer of the 500 BC era was none as someone that could distinguish between the spiritual world and the material world. In essence as you speak to the consciousness change you are really asking folks to delineate between the two worlds. I ask the question often, why should anyone change? What is the benefit or the reward for such an endeavor? Myself i have asked and answered these questions. But realize that if we are to change our society i would need to provide motivation of change that would also help others seek clarity in their own journey. Although agree with direction as you have stated i struggle with methods and motivation. Within the human realm of fear based motivation it becomes difficult for people to transform from the cycle. I sense that i would need to offer something greater than fears that bind them to the cycle.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #25

#28
Thank you Lisa \ud83d\udc1d Gallagher...The 'crazy fanatic' comment was in reference to how I expressed the way in which this particular piece was delivered...as an exchange of contact through altered states of consciousness. In other words, 'channeling.'... creating a frequency through which thoughts of a sometimes unknown origin can be channeled to a 'receiver' And we are all receivers. This can be done quite effectively through meditation. Sometimes the things coming through make no sense at all. Mainly my own attempt at unscrambling my brain. But this was a booming expression made abundantly clear to me as not necessarily my own...That said, it came as I was 'tuned in'...and surely not just to me. and I probably altered it through my own filter. So to answer your question...I would recommend becoming very familiar with the study and practice of meditation. In understanding the processes of the energetic realms we are able to zero in on impending issues before they come manifest...In this case, we would be attempting a reverse engineering of the current mindset of fear. You know, I wrote a comment on a post by Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee about family dynamics and how cultivating good health habits in ourselves and our relationships would go a long way in helping to shift the tide here and right the ship.If we look outside of ourselves for answers, the lines become very blurred and overwhelming...I think it best if we just focus on our own little slice of forever and be the very best version of ourselves while we live;-)

Lisa Gallagher

4 years ago #24

Cyndi wilkins, I didn't find this close to resembling a crazy fanatic. It's true, we are one world but separated by 'rulers,' boundaries and fear. In one way or another, we've all be programmed to the extent that we allow it. It isn't until we realize how programmed we are that we can begin to heal. I wish there was a way for the majority of people to understand our basic needs are the same and we all have emotions. We all hurt, cry, love and love deeply. Sadly, love can be selfish in nature too. The day we are born, the programming begins. I guess my question is this- How do we stop it or repair it collectively? This was a great read and you made total sense to me. I hate to use politics as an example but think of the Roy Moore case... He still has supporters saying, "Well, I don't think he did those things and he's a Christian, I will always vote for the Christian over a democrat any day." As if Democrats aren't Christians? To my point, some people have labels and Christianity indoctrinated so deeply from a young age on. This statement can apply to many instances in life, not just politics.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #23

#25
Interesting you should 'choose' that statement Franci\ud83d\udc1dEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador...because what we are seeing unfold before us today is the truth we have been in blind denial of for a long time...and that truth is we have been kept in fear and manipulated by those in positions of power for millennia ...That is all changing now as people step forward out of those dark closets of secrecy they had been pushed into by the fear of retribution. It's time to 'Shake the Tree!'

Debasish Majumder

4 years ago #22

lovely buzz Cyndi wilkins! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz.
This is an important statement Cyndi wilkins. "The proof here is in the pudding, and there is no denying the truth. It will find you too, one way or another. There is a great deal of power in numbers, so let us begin to shift them in our favor by choosing a more healthful and peaceful future for ourselves and our children." And Kevin Baker says it very simply -"together we can".
#23
with "Love, forgiveness, humility are energies of the soul..." I salute you Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #19

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Love, forgiveness, humility are energies of the soul...when we choose to align our thoughts and actions with these frequencies, we gain clarity and 'authentic' power...Anger, fear, envy, domination...are all energies of a lower vibration and are easily deceived by the desires of the 'personality' inhabiting our consciousness. So as we become 'aware' of who is inhabiting our space at any given moment...we can consciously choose who we will allow the expression that will shape our reality...So I say again, let us be very clear on how we wish to live...

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #18

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I don't think we need to concern ourselves with quieting 7 billion other egos Deas Plant...just our own;-)
#20
"The only way to cultivate responsible choice is to nourish the needs of your soul...". Do write more about this Cyndi wilkins. Very few touched on this quote from your comment.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #16

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Thank you for valuable input Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee...Our distorted vision of reality is exactly the root composition of this buzz...We simply cannot consciously choose with intention until we have become aware of all the different parts of self that emerge in any given situation...We are all 'splintered personalities' in some way...living this physical incarnation seeking wholeness. This is not easy because each 'side of self' seeks that which satisfies them...pulling us every which way...with each competing for expression. The only way to cultivate responsible choice is to nourish the needs of your soul...that is what integrates each side of self into 'wholeness.' I know I sound like a broken record here, but this is why I am constantly writing about awareness of our emotions...because it is through feeling them that brings us in touch with the 'inner work' that needs to be done...We need to stop searching outside of ourselves to gratify the needs of the personality...and look within to discover and nurture the needs of our soul.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #15

I have a question for Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee....How is it that people are able to comment on a post, (as #18 below), without any means for me as the author to delete, like or reply?? Not that I would...This is obviously bogus...and I would like to have the option to remove it...Thanks;-)
"Let us be very clear on how we wish to live. Shall it be in constant fear of the scrutiny of others, or shall it be in harmony with the true nature of who we are? ". Very sound and interesting buzz indeed Cyndi wilkins. We have choices. But in reslity sometimes they are "directed" by the media to choose one or by filling us with fear if ewe don't choose a certain one. Do we really have choices and at what price if we don't follow? Sometimes the choices are "bribed" so that we are tempted to choose one. With distorted info can we make solid choices? So many political stories that we were awaringly or not selecting the "leasr redistant choice" or the one that paid maximum dvidend

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #13

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#14 What we have been taught to believe about ourselves is a lie I will reflect back to the comment I made on Ian's post... The most effective thing we can do now is concentrate on cultivating our own physical and emotional well-being and teach our children to do the same...Respecting Mother Nature as you would your own Mother...and having reverence for all of life. What we 'see' is a lie...what we 'feel' is truth.

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

4 years ago #12

Thank you, Cyndi wilkins I love the tag because I loved reading this gem of an article and I'm like how did I miss it ? :( Only those we understand, interact with day in and out know what we like and hence can tag us.(Winks) The only thing you need to believe is that it is within your own power to change it. Thee words are GOLDEN and must be printed too! " The choices we make today significantly impact all our tomorrows." Once we begin to work from this place of truth by opening our hearts and using them as our guide, new perceptions of what we have long considered reality will be revealed to us. There's so much wisdom from this post Cyndi. I'll pick fears to talk about. The constant fear of the scrutiny of others is a feeling created in schools, to be honest, and now its carried over to large corporations. We were taught to compare ourselves and see whose better. We were told that there can be only one smart kid in a class of 50 and that the ones on the bottom were fools or unworthy to make it to the top. We were taught that only success can give us rewards/positive vibes and not fulfillment or satisfaction or Being human. Can you see where this all started? Our current education system is designed in a way to inhibit one to think on one's own. We are being trained to work as employees for organizations. We can't even decide what to buy for ourselves externally like clothes, electronic etc we need an advert, a review or a friend to suggest, then how will we know what we need to buy/feed/build in ourselves internally to grow in mind, body, and soul! The awareness to enrich our lives come from the experiences we've had on our journey. You and I were enriched purely by our experiences if I may say so!

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

4 years ago #11

I end this rant with this beautiful quote from you, "As we are all one people, it is about time we begin to work together to create a better version of the future for ourselves and our children." and I love the true nature of who we are, let's not let anybody change us! And let's tell everybody and spread the word :)

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

4 years ago #10

I end this rant with this beautiful quote, "As we are all one people, it is about time we begin to work together to create a better version of the future for ourselves and our children." and I love the true nature of who we are, let's not let anybody change us! And let's tell everybody and spread the word :)

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

4 years ago #9

Thank you, Cyndi wilkins I love the tag because I loved reading this gem of an article and I'm like how did I miss it ? :( Only those we understand, interact with day in and out know what we like and hence can tag us.(Winks) The only thing you need to believe is that it is within your own power to change it. Thee words are GOLDEN and must be printed too! " The choices we make today significantly impact all our tomorrows." Once we begin to work from this place of truth by opening our hearts and using them as our guide, new perceptions of what we have long considered reality will be revealed to us. There's so much wisdom from this post Cyndi. I'll pick fears to talk about. The constant fear of the scrutiny of others is a feeling created in schools, to be honest, and now its carried over to large corporations. We were taught to compare ourselves and see whose better. We were told that can be only one smart kid in a class of 50 and that the ones on the bottom were fools or unworthy to make it to the top. We were thoughts that only success gave us rewards/positive vibes and not fulfillment or satisfaction or being human. Can you see where this all started? Our current education system is designed in a way to inhibit one to think on one's own. We are being trained to work as employees for organizations. We can't even decide what to buy for ourselves externally like clothes, electronic etc we need an advert, a review or a friend to suggest, then how will we know what we need to buy/feed/build in ourselves internally to grow in mind, body, and soul! The awareness to enrich our lives come from the experiences we've had on our journey. You and I we enriched purely by our experiences if I may say so!

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #8

Hope you don't mind the tag...but I'd love your insights on this Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #7

#8
I am very honored to have your voice on this Jim Murray...as I am very much a fan of your work and know how passionate you are about this subject...So thank you kindly for popping in... Yes, I would also hope to see these changes occur in my lifetime...or at the very least, see a shift in the tide. Unfortunately, people have been overwhelmed with misinformation created by these opportunists doing the business of a dictatorship for decades...Fear and hopelessness makes an easier recruit for war. Insidious that this way of thinking continues to be employed by those at the helm to confuse and enrage people to coordinate their own agenda at the expense of human life and that of the planet we call home...My hope in writing such pieces is that it encourages others to dig deeper into their own core values and make the healthier lifestyle decisions that so impact our physical and emotional well-being...When we can think clearly for ourselves, we are less likely to be bamboozled by the 'despots.'

Jim Murray

4 years ago #6

Some very solid thinking here Cyndi wilkins. I agree that we are approaching the tipping point where the old school greed and taking from the earth until everything is gone really has to change. These are powerful forces but hopefully this attitude dies with the despots who are mainly to blame for it all. We have the capability to produce enough food organically for everyone and enough renewable energy ideas and resources to power the entire world. And my hope is that I will see it happen before my time here is done.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #5

Thank you for commenting here Ian Weinberg...This is a lot to take all in one bite...I have read it many times over and been in awe of the message and how it was delivered as I cannot claim those thoughts solely my own. I am aware the whole idea of 'channeling' has been frowned upon in certain circles as a bunch of hocus pocus...however, for me there was no denying that I was somehow 'under the influence' of something much greater than my limited awareness at the time...I will not call it God, or Guides/Angels...as those in these practices may refer to their experiences...I will just refer to it as a profound 'moment of clarity.' You touched a very important point in your article about "minding your acres"....That is all any of us is responsible for as we make our way here...The circumstances of our surrounding environment reflect our thinking...so if we do not like what is happening in our own personal space, it is our task to take responsibility for our own personal decisions...and change the way we think...

Ian Weinberg

4 years ago #4

Profound message, thanks for sharing Cyndi wilkins I fully agree that fear and it's manipulation is at the source of most of our negative issues. This is contributing to the distraction away from authentic awareness and sensitivity to self and to others and destroying Gaia.

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #3

#4
Never before have I been more convinced that the truth is being revealed for each and every one of us...No longer will people be able to hide behind their positions of power and take liberties upon others without consequence... These folk are the creators of fear...they play upon the fear of others as a means of control and will eventually be forced to take responsibility for the ripple effect of their own creation...It is all being played out before us on a global stage...and we have front row seats;-)

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #2

I was inspired to resurrect this channeling from a few years ago by Ian Weinberg's post... https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/a-rant-in-transit-is-there-anyone-out-there To remind us all of the responsibility and consequences of our choices...

Cyndi wilkins

4 years ago #1

#1
That's idea Kevin Baker...Thanks for sharing this;-)

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