“The mark of a healthy healing . . . of core psycho-spiritual qualities such as anger, assertiveness, control, boundaries, freedom, critical thinking, emotional nourishment, and all the ingredients of what makes us whole, is when we can express these to meet our physical, emotional, and spiritual needs . . .” – J A Weber
Our wholeness is our joy, our thriving, our passion, our enjoyment of and creative service to life. Yet, we lose essential aspects of our wholeness in ways that we would least expect. Here I will discuss how denial and hurtful experiences work together to stymie our experience of thriving.
When we are hurt by others, we will often disavow (reject) in ourselves the qualities that hurt us, until we heal that wound. For example, if I have been hurt by another’s anger, I might vow not to be angry and thereby deny anger in myself. But, when I deny my anger, I also deny the ways it can be used to help and to protect myself and others. These life-affirming “ways” I call the vital qualities embedded in an emotion or experience.
The vital qualities associated with anger include assertiveness, courage, appropriate control of one’s world, an ability to establish healthy “boundaries,” to say “no,” to speak up for ourselves, the ability to effect change, as well fight against injustice in the world. When we deny anger in ourselves, we often will also deny these positive, life-giving, vital qualities that the collective energy of anger embraces. In other words, we throw the vitality-rich “babies” out with the hurtful “bathwater” of anger.
When I deny anger, its power becomes part of my shadow self, and remains unusable. When I have shunned anger, not only do I miss out on anger’s assets, but this denied anger will often act out unconsciously and violently, hurting others and myself, and diminishing love in the world. When I reclaim and work through anger’s shadow and reclaim its vital qualities I increase my capacity to feel love and to act kindly. Continue reading “Denial – Its Secret Dangers”
VANCOUVER, BC – In an ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Melanie Vritschan, public relations director of the European Coalition against Covert Harassment (EUCHAC.ORG), reviews electromagnetic weapons attacks.
Vritschan discusses weapons attacks physically directed against EUCACH and its staff ever since NSA whistleblower William Binney was confirmed as a keynote speaker for EUCACH’s Brussel’s Covert Harassment Conference on Nov. 20, 2014.
Electronic Terrorism & Psychiatric Terrorism
Continue reading “Alfred Webre Interviews Melanie Vritschan ~ NSA Is Behind The Transhumanist Agenda [Video]”
Open – I’ve faced many challenging and difficult situations that I recall through my existence. It seems my life has consisted of a good deal of breaking through adversity; continually confronting and overcoming challenges. Since earlier times, many things have changed. Along the path, I’ve learned the art of divinely surrendering to the flow; of accepting life as it really is, initially at least, without trying to change it. I realised you have to be at-one with something – the One – to truly change anything.
Has this made life any easier? In many ways yes. But I love the complexity, challenge and opportunities in life; the chance to learn and grow. I also have a strong warrior energy. Whether man or woman, cultivating the warrior spirit can be of great service to us all…
The Divine Blend
Frequently there seems to be a view in spiritual circles that the path to Enlightenment is one of softness, gentleness and light; that unconditional love is expressed only through the softness of the ‘divine feminine’. This is an illusion! The soul has seven key characteristics, only one of which is the surrender of the divine feminine (See… Seven Rays of Divine Impulse). Continue reading “Learning Through Adversity – Invoking the Spiritual Warrior Energy”
Ellen Hodgson Brown explains the rationale behind state owned banks.
Due to the collapsing credit bubble which in turned popped the housing bubble, leading to recession, and perhaps, economic depression, there is not enough money and credit to keep the economy running. Three possible solutions are that the federal government issue debt-free money directly, that communities create alternate or community complementary currencies, or that a state create its own state owned bank, similar to the Bank of North Dakota.
For example, a state owned bank in Michigan could provide credit to the state itself for infrastructure projects, help provide the capital for local banks, so they could in turn provide low interest loans to home owners, small and medium sized businesses, and students. In addition, a state owned bank could be used to help fund state expenses during tough times by providing loans. Continue reading “Fixing The Economy With State Owned Banks [Video]”