*Instead of their ideal dream, most people's lives are a nightmare.
If life is a nightmare, no need to try to fix the unfixable - just wake up!*
Just watched a doco on the production of replacement human organs.
The scientist said that it is not long before we can live forever.
Most people are unhappy, most to the time, and they want to live longer?
Apart from all the conspiracies and wars, what a very strange life we lead.
Our so-called experts are attempting to lengthen are lives, yet we are told
that we do not have food enough for those who are already here!
And no mention of educating people to live a healthy life - so they will not
need new body parts.
People are enraged at new housing estates and new highways being constructed
- yet they go on having children. Where do they think we are going to put
all these new people? How do you think they can get around if the roads are
And the experts also tell us that we are destroying the planet by cutting
down the rain forests to graze cattle - to make burgers - that are
destroying our health - so we need new body parts.
Ah - got it. Produce unhealthy food, so that we are unhealthy, so doctors
can treat us, pharmaceutical companies can sell us drugs, chemists can make
new organs, surgeons can put them in.
And what about this population thing? Do we really need all these people on
our little planet. And we try to make it as difficult, and even illegal for
them to leave voluntarily.
If we are going to survive as a species we need honest education.
No sign of that at the moment eh.
IMLtalk Jerry wrote:
>I was aware enough to experience a momentary and complete peace that I seldom
>feel. It was like feeling, "there is nothing to do", "nothing to think", and
>"no one to be".
>It was extraordinarily liberating. And, I'm guessing too that I was outside
>of my body witnessing this, because how else could I be so completely
>disoriented and aware at the same time? Can you comment on this?
Many people are now reporting 'unusual experiences.'
(And many have this type of awakening in the Satori Group. Hint-hint.)
Of course it is 'natural' to be curious. And, best not be curious.
If the experience suggests changes, then let them happen.
If not, just carry on with your life.
You see we keep fiddling with the unessential, and avoiding the essential.
We don't need to 'know.' What for? We spend our time using our limited minds
to investigate something that has already happened, and in the meantime we
are missing what is happening right now.
That incident is not unusual, it is happening all the time. What was was
unusual is that for just one moment the mind was bypassed and there was a
'direct experience.' (Actually, 'experience is not an accurate description -
it was the lack of a superficial experience that allowed the 'incident.')
Great to share it - it is encouraging and supporting for others - although
it is rare that anyone has the same experience as another, or even the same
person to have the exactly the same experience again.
Life really is a mystery to be lived. Lived. Experienced. No need to try to
understand - especially as this dimension is not understandable to the
So trying to understand is a subtle form of complaint. How so? Well you want
to know how to get it again - don't you? Forget it. If you open up the next
one can be even more enlightening.