Saturday, April 29, 2017

DNA... A Reflection of Human Consciousness


by Tim Che'

If I slapped you in the face, would you conclude that my hand was the cause of your face being hit?

Of course not. You know that something non-physical put the hand in motion. That non-physical something would be Me. I caused your face to be slapped. I appear to be physical, but my physicality is an expression of the Me that cannot be seen… the Me that set the hand in motion.

“…so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear” (Heb 3:11)

So it is that we learn that the physical is an expression of the non-physical. All physical things, not just a few.

This non-physical thing were are referring to is ‘consciousness’

Consciousness is looking at its expression, called the human body, with the intellectual part of the mind and breaking it down into tiny bits called genes in order to understand it. Sounds pretty normal… until we step into the question of “causality”.

It  would seem like the ultimate “Which came first, the chicken

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

The Un-Intentional Community...


by Tim Che'

Over the years, we have been invited to join many different kinds of
'Intentional  Communities’ 
and have even played with the idea of starting our own.  It sounds terrific on the surface... living, working and growing with 'like-minded' people,  sharing love and life!

We were really considering one choice in particular, because we really liked the people involved. When we got serious with them and sat down... our excitement dissipated as they brought out the contracts and rules and expectations and abdication of authority to the group. To us, it still seemed that something was "OFF" a bit. Definitely a step in the right direction from what we have in modern culture and certainly a much lovelier version of what exists basically everywhere, which is nice...

but is it Really better?

It was not our idea of what a 'new' kind of community living would be like. Of course, we really do not have an idea of what the new model is because if we could recognize it, it would not really be new, would it?


We do feel that the new would come together organically and naturally,


It would be an Un-Intentional Community

It would also come out of the state-of-consciousness of 'allowance'  and the powerful assurance of each individuals ability to be its own source of love, appreciation, health, finances, security etc.

In such a group of people, who fully realize that they, alone, are the true cause of the

Friday, April 21, 2017

The Seventh Discipline of Mind... Doubt

by Tim Che'

You must understand and master the 12 disciplines of your mind... Called "disciples". 
The Seventh Discipline is "doubt" and called "Thomas"
 Doubt, or Thomas, is the ability of your mind to doubt.

Doubt is seen as an obstacle or a hindrance to understanding, in our modern culture. 
Doubt is framed as the opposite of belief.
These are immature understandings.

Your Ability to Doubt is your 
Savior from "uncertainty"
This is why it is a critical discipline to "realize" in your mind.

Disciplines of Mind are not "mastered" through control or will-power, as the word discipline often

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The Prodigal Poem

Some fly high in ships of light

Some sail stormy seas at night

They seek the end of their great plight

But it’s in their mind  they've taken flight

Some fly high... Some fly low

In the search to finally know

Why they wander through the land to grow...


Monday, April 17, 2017

Imaginal Cells...


Happy Easter, Resurrecting YOU to a New YOU!!


I once heard it said a caterpillar can fly, but not as a caterpillar.

A caterpillar has to be willing to go through a metamorphosis.

There are imaginal cells in the caterpillar that begin to activate the transformation of metamorphosis.

Now at first the caterpillar’s memory of what the caterpillar is, or its immune system, fights those imaginal cells. (ref. www.neville-goddard.blogspot.com )

Ultimately, because they are of a higher power, those imaginal cells take over and the caterpillar submits to the transformation that brings forth the butterfly.

What is the butterfly of you, seeking to emerge this day?

What is that butterfly?

You can fly. You can do whatever it is that is in your heart and burning to come forth, but not in the image you have held of yourself.

So what is the butterfly image of you today? (removed for relevance and truth: Know that this is God’s dream for the next stage of your life.) added:... Don't make it God's dream... what is YOUR dream. God is waiting for the dreamer in you to awaken!

Get in touch with that image.

It’s you.

Spread your wings!
-- Mary Morrisey's Metamorphosis -- the struggle of the butterfly.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Multi-Tasking... Really?

by Tim Che'

We live in a culture that highly values busy-ness (aka business). And multi-tasking is "all the rage" among super-moms and fast-paced executives.

It's like a badge of honor to be juggling endless things... like the clowns in the circus spinning plates or juggling bowling pins.

Todays TV shows are idolizing characters that easily breeze along while answering to an insurmountable amount of decisions in lofty offices of government and business.

I, personally, have never been impressed by such acts of intellectual bravado. And, I have always questioned whether it

is actually possible "multi-task"? 

I saw a Myth Busters TV show, that the kids showed me, that disproved the notion, in their Myth-buster ways, which showed more of a 'Rapid Tasking' than multi-tasking... a kind of quickly jumping back and forth with a high-speed (perhaps over- caffeinated) mind.

But when you watch a mother of 5 little ones feeding the baby, while making lunch, and talking on the phone to her office manager... what is really going on?

The Sad Clown

The inspiration for this article came to mind with the recent passing of Robin Williams, a self-professed sad-clown, who possessed the most extreme examples of this type of  mental hyper-drive.

It would be difficult to find an equal of rapid-fire intellect anywhere on earth. The question that came to mind was... did his extraordinary talent and creativity come from the creative right-brain? Or was it rather an extreme expression of a left-brained intellect that was totally out of control?

The intellect can be VERY clever but is limited to thought and therefor only able to rearrange that which already exists. It is not able to create anything new because all thought is based on language which is only of the past. I ask this question because I read the stories of Mr. William's long struggle with emotional issues and deep depression and I have noticed over the years that some people who struggled with negative emotional states seem to have well developed and over-active intellects.

 ALL emotions expressed are preceded by the programmed mind in response to the stimulus of thought or the environment. If you cannot control your thinking you will not be able to control your emotional responses. I don't pretend to know what his mental state was or is... I just find it interesting and wonder what true creativity is and where it actually comes from.

Neville says that creation is finished, and that creativity is just a greater receptivity to that which

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Know Thyself...

Know thyself, and you will know the truth.
Know the truth, and the truth will wet you free.
And when you know yourself as truth, you are free Indeed!!!


Tuesday, April 4, 2017

The Mis-Belief in Loss...

by Tim Che'

"...and none will be lost, save the son of perdition" John 17:12

Here we will be discussing a most useful interpretation of this passage. This is not the "right" interpretation according to the experts and scholars (scribes and pharisees). Their views come from studying other "experts" views and not from self-revelation. You can decide which is more useful to you. Please read another blog if you find disagreement with this. We are not looking for agreement. We are sharing things that have been revealed. Things that  can utterly transform Man's consciousness and free him from suffering. This passage, contemplated in the light of this understanding, can lead Man out of the bondage of logic, reasoning, time and limiting beliefs. Are you ready? Here it is:
the 'Son of Perdition' is the 'Belief in Loss'
So, in the end, the end of our long journey here in this world, the only thing that will be lost... is the belief in loss. 

I hope you get just how powerful this is. Nothing can be lost when you can see the eternal nature of all things, and yourself as their eternal source. But what does this look like? How do I integrate it in my life and my view of the world?
"Do you cry at funerals?"
 Years ago, I was walking through the house and one of the kids had left a television on. I had not watched a TV for years at that time, and right as I was passing, I saw Larry King sitting with the Dali Lama, which stopped me dead in my tracks. Talk about the universe trying to tell me something! What are the odds?... Anyway, I turned up the volume to hear Larry ask:

"so, do you cry at funerals?"

The Dali Lama just smiled and paused... then replied,