Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Thought is the Coin of Heaven...

Your conscious mind is engaged on ONLY one thing at a time. You are free to choose what your mind is focused upon. You can Invest your thought on lovely things, or spend your thought unwisely on negative things. Self-talk is self prophecy because the mind, through the Imagination, is a creative device that is always ON.  In the following transcribed lecture from 1953, Neville makes this VERY clear and uses the example of a back man in the '50s who overcame that self-imposed limitation with astounding results!

Neville Goddard 1953


Today's subject is "Sound Investments".

I want to share with you today what I consider one of the truly great revelations of all time.

On Sunday morning, April 12th, my wife woke from what was really a deep, profound sleep and as she was

waking a voice distinctly spoke to her; and the voice spoke to her; and the voice spoke with great authority and it said to her: "You must stop spending your thoughts, your time and your money; everything in life must be an investment." So she quickly wrote it down and went straight to the dictionary to look up the two important words in the sentence, 'spending' and 'investing': the dictionary defines 'spending' as "to waste, to squander, to layout without return." To 'invest' is to "layout for a purpose, for which a profit is expected" .

Then I began to analyze the sentence - "You must stop spending your thoughts, your time and your money, for everything in life must be an investment". As I dwelt upon it, I saw where everything is NOW; that through the portals of the present all time must pass, and this psychological NOW, the state in which I find myself now, does not recede into the past. It advances into my future.

So, what I do NOW is the all important thing

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Is there Such a Thing as Transformation?

This is an important question to ask. We live in a culture that is addicted to drama. When we talk about Transformation, we think on grand cosmic scales of consciousness with fantastic implications. But here, Krishnamurti sets us straight:

Q: Is there such a thing as transformation? What is it to be transformed? Krishnamurti: When you are observing, seeing the dirt on the road, seeing how politicians behave, seeing your own attitude towards your wife, your children and so on, transformation is there. Do you understand? To bring about some kind of order in daily life, that is transformation; not something extraordinary, out of this world. When one is not thinking clearly, rationally, be aware of that and change it, break it. That is transformation. If you are jealous watch it, don't give it time to flower, change it immediately. That is transformation. When you are greedy, violent, ambitious, trying to become some kind of holy man, see how it is creating a world of tremendous uselessness. I don't know if you are aware of this. Competition is destroying the world. The world is becoming more and more competetive, more and more aggressive, and if you change it immediately, that is transformation. And if you go very much deeper into the problem, it is clear that thought denies love. Therefore one has to find out whether there is an end to thought, an end to time, not philosophize over it and discuss it, but find out. Truly that is transformation, and if you go into it very deeply, transformation means never a thought of becoming, comparing; it is being absolutely nothing. - Krishnamurti, Krishnamurti Foudation Trust Bulletin 42, 1982

Monday, January 20, 2014

Martin Luther King from the Perspective of Unconditional Love

We were witness to this incredible expression on a cruise with Ester & Jerry Hicks with Abraham... WOW!!!

Monday, January 6, 2014

Movie Pics... DUNE

This weeks Movie Pics is Frank Herbert's DUNE and Children of DUNE series which we recently re-watched again for the first time. It is always amazing how much our viewpoints change over time and how differently things appear as time passes... or should I say more correctly, as our consciousness expands. DUNE is a fantastic drama of the unfoldment of consciousness,  in a futuristic setting. It is Shakespearean in its underlying lessons and dramas, but instead of all the world being a stage, the stage is the entire universe and the drama builds through generations to the ultimate human accomplishment.

On the surface, it seems like every story of 'The Warrior's Journey', as Joseph Campbell would put it. Lots of plots and sub-plots, war and violence, and a coming of age. But this disguise is the backdrop for something beyond that. Something that stretches our imaginations into larger ideas in Children of Dune.