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Osho was brought up by grandparents who adored him and allowed him to do what he wanted. When he first went to school and the teacher tried to cane him he got the teacher dismissed because he, rightly surmised, the man was a bully.
these are two extremes in my opinion. the fact that the teacher is a bully doesn't mean that everything from the parenting of the grandparents was OK ;)

A loving family is needed.
allowing to do what he wanted will also have some restrictions. I can't imagine that the grandparent would approve if he would vandalise the house of the grandparents or would behave disrespectfull towards the grandparents (now you can off course discuss about what disrespectfull is :)).

Loving and supportive guidance is what is needed.
 
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This morning's waking image - old-style box tv with cartoon arms and legs, thrashing around as if it was having a seizure. The head (tv) fell off and crashed, but the arms and legs kept flailing about.
I had a dream with a tv last night.
I was trying not to watch, but I kept catching bits and parts of live coverage on election day. It was trump and Melania talking about how they were winning the different states. Interestingly, they mentioned how cincinnati was a little weak.


Driving my son to school this morning, i realized cincinnati sounded like "sin sin".
 

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In my dream I woke with a rainbow landing on my chest as I lay back in bed soaking up the bliss. There was a lot of chaos going on around me and I'd had some choices too.
Pretty much that's how the day went, starting just a few dozen minutes after I woke with that dream :fp :))
Somebody has a sense of humor!
 
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Last week I had the vision of a TV going bonkers - well, I think we can agree that one came true. This morning I had another that feels more serious.

Think of the electric meter on the side of a house and the conduit bringing the power from the main lines to the meter -
what I saw was the whole thing all wavy like it was going to break apart or disappear. (It was not our house, but I will be cautious.)

Houses often symbolize our bodies, so I'm thinking it is the "juice" which is being supplied from a company outside the house coming apart. Imagine people being separated from everything (what to think and do) supplied from the outside - that moment when you understand everything you thought you knew is wrong. While we would be fine because we've already done that, this feels like something that will be devastating to many.
 

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Imagine people being separated from everything (what to think and do) supplied from the outside - that moment when you understand everything you thought you knew is wrong. While we would be fine because we've already done that, this feels like something that will be devastating to many.
I actually brought something similar up to a friend in regards to my husband. When we saw passed religion (specifically Christianity) he completely shut down with his desire to trust and believe anything [religious] anymore. He hates that he can't look at it with any certainty anymore and doesn't want to look at what his heart tells him. Because it isn't based on "facts".

But he's doing the same thing with politics and I kind of fear how big of a blow this would be for him. He is so focused solely on one narrative (that is very unstable) and I just can't tell if he will be willing to accept that it was a lie. Let alone shut down again as he already lost his faith in most of humanity.

Perhaps the disillusionment will be coupled with a spiritual awakening [i. E. Experiencing the all encompassing love and sense that it'll all be okay.]
for those that haven't fully accepted it. To sort of soften the blow. I hope.
 

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Huh, it is amazing to read your post, Linda just as I decided to post my own about a message put literally in front of my face.

Just moments ago I put a wee spider out into a planter.
I was at my computer and looked up to see this beautiful little spider at eye level about 1-2 inches from my face. Talk about staring destiny in the face! She was curled up a bit and moved her little legs while I watched as I found her webbing line and placed her outdoors.
I mention destiny as spiders/weavers weaving destiny is an old archetype which immediately comes to mind. Also I recall the stories of Anansi the spider who helped us all by finding the sun. He is featured in a little video on this site: https://www.wilderutopia.com/traditions/myth/ashanti-of-ghana-how-spider-obtained-the-sky-gods-stories/
where he is described as "a wise and loveable trickster, shrewd and cunning folk hero" and mischief-maker who" triumphs over larger foes". There is also a great little written story about how Anansi brought all the stories down from the sky.
Plus there are other stories from other cultures. I believe I'll have fun exploring this site.

I also recall a thread a while ago (can't recall where it was posted) about spiders and how some of us keep encountering them. The best post was from Laron who had an aside something like "He says, while wiping cobwebs from his mouth"...
 

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Perhaps the disillusionment will be coupled with a spiritual awakening [i. E. Experiencing the all encompassing love and sense that it'll all be okay.]
for those that haven't fully accepted it. To sort of soften the blow. I hope.
I believe you interpreted my vision very well. I did feel a sense of concern, not for myself, but for others. I know quite a few people who are in the same position as your husband. I stand by for them, as I know you do for him.
 

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Angela, Linda:
I gave up explaining things here in CA, even amongst family.
I tell them the most obvious things that happened on election night (not calling Texas and Florida for hours after the results were certified, calling Arizona before they even started counting votes, etc.), and most have "deer in the headlights" look and are silent.

It seems to me everyone is so afraid of conflict they just want fake peace. Feels like we are living in the movie "Total Recall", where everything is propaganda and all everyone wanted is a facade of "society" - anyone who disturbs it is automatically an "enemy of the state".
 

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It seems to me everyone is so afraid of conflict they just want fake peace. Feels like we are living in the movie "Total Recall", where everything is propaganda and all everyone wanted is a facade of "society" - anyone who disturbs it is automatically an "enemy of the state".
This is very true. Most people seem just zombified. But I admit it is also true for some of the truth-seekers including me. Or at least in my case. I think I gave up. I do not want to argue with Zombies anymore. I don't fight it anymore. The zombie apocalypse happened and I need to accept it. Not that I agree to 'them' or comply and act like or 'become' a zombie, except for using a mask at the groceries for fear of 'consequences', I'm happy I need not trains or buses anymore due to my Homeoffice job.
So I usually try to avoid conflict and any social situations that could be dodged. Sadly this now even applies to old 'friends' or my parents in my own home here. I do not want to discuss any of this anymore, not lockdowns, not viruses, not vaccines, not masks, not rigged elections, not the fake news media. Zilch. Yes, I know this is too despondent somewhat. But I can't help it. I am a recluse in my own inner world now, more and more, and that already happening despite the fact that I was an introvert to start with. So I might fall into some kind of 'autistic' mode soon if I don't pay attention, hehe. ;)
 

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I gave up explaining things here in CA, even amongst family.
Standing by means holding space. I no longer speak about anything political or health related unless someone asks me. I took a similar stance as the children got older - "the speed limit here is 35, just sharing information". Lately, people ask me about things. I share a bit and then stop talking. The reactions usually are a nod and silence, but I can see they are thinking. And yes, it is a lonely place, but I see little rays of hope, and that keeps me going.
 

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Standing by means holding space. I no longer speak about anything political or health related unless someone asks me. I took a similar stance as the children got older - "the speed limit here is 35, just sharing information". Lately, people ask me about things. I share a bit and then stop talking. The reactions usually are a nod and silence, but I can see they are thinking. And yes, it is a lonely place, but I see little rays of hope, and that keeps me going.
Linda, here in CA, it's tough to do, because they denigrate you as "stupid, racist, ignorant." Even if I tell them, "how about we agree to disagree?", same response. "You are siding with a white-supremacist-racist!"
Even if you reason with them, "Trump built a hotel empire that requires dealing with all kinds of people all over the world, does that narrative even make sense?" Same token Democrat-prop response.
I have basically stopped talking politics because they are not even thinking anymore. Zombies/NPCs basically. If you go to the old videos of Mao's Red purge, Hitler's speeches and audience response, etc. - you will realize the striking similarity of their extreme propaganda compared to the Democrat Party today (esp. Obama/Pelosi/AOC/Omar rhetoric).

It is scary. No other opinion matters other than their own.

I'm actually happy that the US as a whole voted for freedom, and rejected socialism/fascism. Once voter fraud has been rooted out, it will be obvious it is actually a Red Tsunami. The question is how messy it will be and how long it will take to get there (court and legal system, state by state, case by case)...
 

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Linda, here in CA, it's tough to do, because they denigrate you as "stupid, racist, ignorant." Even if I tell them, "how about we agree to disagree?", same response. "You are siding with a white-supremacist-racist!"
Exactly what I'm getting. It's like some of my friends are coming out of the woodwork just to talk about how happy they are biden won. But my area is very very blue. I hated being shamed for not wearing a mask. And I hate being shamed for an incorrect assumption about my political and philosophical stance. I wish I could hide in a hole and not deal with it for the time being, but it seems I can't. I have obligations that put me right in the fire. I don't say anything either anymore, but being married to it is hard. And it makes me wonder if my throat chakra is going to take a hit, not being able to voice myself.
 
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Interesting to see for me that some or even many here share the same sentiment and same reaction to all of this societal and cultural quagmire we're in right now.
 
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Kevin C, if I lived in the central part of the city, I likely would have your experience. I have a friend who lives there, and she and her family keep a low profile. When I go over, I imagine an invisibility cloak around my car and myself. I've seen those people you describe, and I just want to keep away. I live way out in the suburbs, where people are very family oriented. Even if there are differences in views, most everyone is polite about it.

Last night I was watching Leah Remini's series about scientology and was hit with the similarities to our present situation. Seeing the brainwashed / zombie people is horrifying. Listening to the stories of people who left was so sad. One man talked about how wonderful it was to feel as though he was part of humanity and not seeing the "outsider" population as less than.
 
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And it makes me wonder if my throat chakra is going to take a hit, not being able to voice myself.
Maybe not, because it is just as important to know when to speak. Some people need to work things out on their own before they are ready to talk. When they do, you will be there. Yes, it does feel as though we each are at outposts in the wilderness.
 

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Kevin C, if I lived in the central part of the city, I likely would have your experience. I have a friend who lives there, and she and her family keep a low profile. When I go over, I imagine an invisibility cloak around my car and myself. I've seen those people you describe, and I just want to keep away. I live way out in the suburbs, where people are very family oriented. Even if there are differences in views, most everyone is polite about it.

Last night I was watching Leah Remini's series about scientology and was hit with the similarities to our present situation. Seeing the brainwashed / zombie people is horrifying. Listening to the stories of people who left was so sad. One man talked about how wonderful it was to feel as though he was part of humanity and not seeing the "outsider" population as less than.
What is sad is.... most of the people I know are college-educated professionals, who are "supposed" to have higher-IQ (hence, potentially higher resistance to propaganda due to said ability to think logically), but alas no - it is the opposite.
All of my engineering college alums, business friends in LA, OC, Silly-con Valley, NYC think the exact same way. It is impossible to get them to separate fact from fiction, personality from actions, media-masks from real life.
They can't even fathom the fact that it is the state governors who STOPPED the economy dead, not the President. It is the city mayors/state governors who let ANTIFA/BLM riot away, not the President. There is no sense of local responsibility at all. Even they attribute police "brutality" to the President, which in itself is ludicrous. Let's not even consider the double-standard of Covid19 (Liberal/BLM/sports/ANTIFA celebrations are ok, Trump rallies are super-spreader events).
The crazy thing is.... they actually believe a boring CRE-intensive business like a hotel and apartment empire can actually be worked around so the President only pays $750 in taxes. Any one of us can walk through his many apartment buildings in NYC and hotels and count the revenue by hand and paper if needed. The idea is preposterous. It is not a knowledge-based business like Wall Street, where you can play number games. Or a pseudo-tech company like Amazon which can play numbers (ditto for Tesla).
And these are people who work in E&Y, Big 3 Accounting Firms, Engineering, Tech, etc. - or run their own businesses.
All I can say is the split in timeline 42 / 33, or the Shift seems to be clearly happening. That is the only logical explanation to explain this crazed world we live in now.
 

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That is the only logical explanation to explain this crazed world we live in now.
You would have loved the conversation I just had with guy who fixed our refrigerator. WTH is going on with people? When did they stop thinking and being willing to put in some hard work? He brought it up, and he was younger than I am.
 
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Tim Berners-Lee, who's credited with creating the web while working at CERN, has announced the first enterprise-ready version of Inrupt's Enterprise Solid Server, an open-source program that aims to embody the World Wide Web Consortium's (WC3) Ethical Web Principles.

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https://www.thebernician.net/peoples-union-of-britain-v-matt-hancock-application-for-arrest-warrant-approved/

People’s Union of Britain v Matt Hancock | Application For Arrest Warrant Approved

COVID-1984 NEWSFLASH | The prosecution in People’s Union of Britain v Matt Hancock has just sent the executed form, applying for his arrest warrant, to the court of issue.

We have already got the green light from the court’s legal advisers and now we have the chief magistrates’ permission to proceed. They also sent us the form to fill out for the arrest warrant, which has now been acknowledged by the same as having been received.

However, the form won’t be processed till Monday, when it will be sent up to the crown court to be administered and then served upon Hancock, without delay, by the arresting officers, who will soon be appointed by the court.


Therefore, the case will now proceed as directed, unless the Director of Public Prosecutions [DPP] intervenes, which is unlikely because nobody will want to take the poisoned chalice.

However, even if they do, we can object on the ground that the DPP is working for the government, so they are obviously conflicted. If they refuse to back down, we will insist that the case proceeds with our legal team.

In other words, my family, friends and growing army of peace-keepers and freedom fighters, we are all about to witness the most significant events that have transpired on these shores, since Charles I lost his head.

Words simply cannot adequately express the truly humbling experience of the love, support and commitment I’ve received, from people who all tell me that my words have moved and inspired their hearts into resisting this tyranny, for the sake of our children and grandchildren.

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for rising to the call. Very soon, our number will be millions.

This truly is our moment to seize the opportunity to build an advanced civilisation, on the rubble of the corrupted one, which is crumbling around us by COVID-1984 design.

In other words, fuck the great reset, the fourth industrial revolution and fraudulent debt based slavery.

In that new civilisation, we will protect the unalienable birthrights of the individual from the tyranny of the collective, to become truly self-governed under the Common Law, as expressed in Magna Carta 2020, an idea whose time has come.

From now until you see the arrest live-streamed on the mainstream and alternative media worldwide, let’s make #ArrestMattHancock go viral on every platform, to the point where the People are chanting it in the streets nationwide.
 

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This morning's waking image - old-style box tv with cartoon arms and legs, thrashing around as if it was having a seizure. The head (tv) fell off and crashed, but the arms and legs kept flailing about.

Sooo - seems like things will get more crazy and maybe some tv people will lose their minds.

Don't know about you all, but my crazometer already is in the red. :)

 

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Fell asleep after breakfast and had a difficult dream where I figured out at the end I was being gaslighted. After I awoke and thought about the dream, I realized the people trying to manipulate me had similar energy signatures. Although they were individuals, there was an overlay that felt like flatness, control, almost robotic. The parallels to now are easy to see with these times - so many people caught up craziness and/or denial. It almost is enough to allow self-doubt.

The message was personal for me, but I think it may apply to many of us. Observe the craziness from a distance, find ways to maintain some kind of balance, and take time to enjoy the little beauties of the natural world. For me, it is as easy as sitting outside, doing the prana mudra, and watching the squirrels run around.
 
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Observe the craziness from a distance, find ways to maintain some kind of balance
Wise words Lady Linda.

I am now 90% emotionally detached from Trump/Biden drama. I KNOW in this old body that Trump is going to be President for another 4 years or die trying.

My focus is on the students living next door, two of whom will not be going home for Christmas and are spending it with me. I am also making jams, wines and love. I take care of those around me, my town. That is what I have some measure of control over. The rest is just doing it's own thing!

The best way I can help Trump and the US is by maintaining calm certitude that all will be well. And it will.

PS Most importantly, I am not listening, reading or watching any MSM !
 
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I'm having more fun with my life these days. I love food and cooking. Now that I'm back in town from camp. I'm eating out everyday. I bought some ribs today on sale. Slow roast then bbq. Yummy.Living well and avoiding the election and other crap. Starting to enjoy life again.
 

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When we do these things we enjoy and especially when we do them together with loved ones or strangers there is something very real and energetic which happens that changes the atmosphere. It's palpable if you look for it.

It feels a lot like the difference between taking a group of people and engaging with them in a competitive game... then taking the same group of people and engaging in a cooperative game (or other activity). My favorite cooperative game during the covid time has been one (so aptly!) called Pandemic whose permise is that you have to work together to save humanity from being annihilated by a fatal bug. The atmosphere in a room is palpably different during a competitive game than with a cooperative game. Conversations and actions have a completely different flavor. It's really pretty fun to experiment with and to talk about; you get so many different opinions! :-D

Somebody also mentioned earlier the concept of 'holding space' which didn't make a lot of sense to me until fairly recently at which point I realized that I'd sometimes done this within small groups like family and friends. However, being aware of it was so much more powerful.
For me (an active participant in group activities if there ever was one) it took something to 'just sit' and feel into what I wanted to feel around me. What I had already become adept at was taking an emotional step back to assess what I + others were feeling in the moment and then throw an occasional carefully placed comment which had the potential to decompress a situation. Taking yet another step back was much harder for me. I kept feeling like I was doing nothing (eventually it became very obvious where that emotional programming had come from so I was able to address it).

One of the most concrete times I had with this was during an escalation of an argument over seats in a movie theater (remember when we all went to movie theaters?:ROFL:). As the argument escalated around me I consciously decided that there was nothing I could think to say nor do in that moment which would not be perceived as divisive (either on one side of the argument nor the other) so I 'just sat' in my seat and held space. I didn't really yet know what that meant. I did it anyway. I specifically held a space for peace; that was my clear intent. I concentrated on this very hard as the argument literally raged above my head, at times sounding like it was about to come to blows with myself in the middle. I held my space anyway. I felt it when the wave of argument broke and started to fizzle to a close. It felt like it was breaking on my feeling of consciously held peace; just too much of it to sustain the argument which broke like waves against a shore. If I was to describe how this went the best I can come up with is that parable of choosing which wolf one feeds.

Below is a brief version of this story. was taken from here: https://www.psychologymatters.asia/article/65/the-story-of-the-two-wolves-managing-your-thoughts-feelings-and-actions.html
One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people.
He said, "My son, the battle is between two wolves inside us all"

"It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil - he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego." He continued, "The other is good - he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside you - and inside every other person, too."


The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, "Which wolf will win?"

The old Cherokee simply replied, "The one you feed".
I feel like we are in a time when we are being very strongly pushed to choose which wolf we feed.
 

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When we do these things we enjoy and especially when we do them together with loved ones or strangers there is something very real and energetic which happens that changes the atmosphere. It's palpable if you look for it.

It feels a lot like the difference between taking a group of people and engaging with them in a competitive game... then taking the same group of people and engaging in a cooperative game (or other activity). My favorite cooperative game during the covid time has been one (so aptly!) called Pandemic whose permise is that you have to work together to save humanity from being annihilated by a fatal bug. The atmosphere in a room is palpably different during a competitive game than with a cooperative game. Conversations and actions have a completely different flavor. It's really pretty fun to experiment with and to talk about; you get so many different opinions! :-D

Somebody also mentioned earlier the concept of 'holding space' which didn't make a lot of sense to me until fairly recently at which point I realized that I'd sometimes done this within small groups like family and friends. However, being aware of it was so much more powerful.
For me (an active participant in group activities if there ever was one) it took something to 'just sit' and feel into what I wanted to feel around me. What I had already become adept at was taking an emotional step back to assess what I + others were feeling in the moment and then throw an occasional carefully placed comment which had the potential to decompress a situation. Taking yet another step back was much harder for me. I kept feeling like I was doing nothing (eventually it became very obvious where that emotional programming had come from so I was able to address it).

One of the most concrete times I had with this was during an escalation of an argument over seats in a movie theater (remember when we all went to movie theaters?:ROFL:). As the argument escalated around me I consciously decided that there was nothing I could think to say nor do in that moment which would not be perceived as divisive (either on one side of the argument nor the other) so I 'just sat' in my seat and held space. I didn't really yet know what that meant. I did it anyway. I specifically held a space for peace; that was my clear intent. I concentrated on this very hard as the argument literally raged above my head, at times sounding like it was about to come to blows with myself in the middle. I held my space anyway. I felt it when the wave of argument broke and started to fizzle to a close. It felt like it was breaking on my feeling of consciously held peace; just too much of it to sustain the argument which broke like waves against a shore. If I was to describe how this went the best I can come up with is that parable of choosing which wolf one feeds.

Below is a brief version of this story. was taken from here: https://www.psychologymatters.asia/article/65/the-story-of-the-two-wolves-managing-your-thoughts-feelings-and-actions.html


I feel like we are in a time when we are being very strongly pushed to choose which wolf we feed.
You're so wise, Lila. I miss you.
 
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I believe you interpreted my vision very well. I did feel a sense of concern, not for myself, but for others. I know quite a few people who are in the same position as your husband. I stand by for them, as I know you do for him.
That will become a very important thing in the near future
 

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This is very true. Most people seem just zombified. But I admit it is also true for some of the truth-seekers including me. Or at least in my case. I think I gave up. I do not want to argue with Zombies anymore. I don't fight it anymore. The zombie apocalypse happened and I need to accept it. Not that I agree to 'them' or comply and act like or 'become' a zombie, except for using a mask at the groceries for fear of 'consequences', I'm happy I need not trains or buses anymore due to my Homeoffice job.
So I usually try to avoid conflict and any social situations that could be dodged. Sadly this now even applies to old 'friends' or my parents in my own home here. I do not want to discuss any of this anymore, not lockdowns, not viruses, not vaccines, not masks, not rigged elections, not the fake news media. Zilch. Yes, I know this is too despondent somewhat. But I can't help it. I am a recluse in my own inner world now, more and more, and that already happening despite the fact that I was an introvert to start with. So I might fall into some kind of 'autistic' mode soon if I don't pay attention, hehe. ;)
At the core i didn t gave it up, free will can t be broken but a reminder of facts is no bad thing, perhaps at a later time the wanted reaction arrives

Reflection now, we know there exists parasitic races, but what brought them to that point

Here so why people choosed to be ignorant at such extrem times, the motifs varry, the light still there deeply hidden behind dark clouds

P.s. i choose to who i can talk and where speech serves no good
 
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