Archive for Patience

The cover’s been blown… the real conspiracy.

Posted in Healing thoughts with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2011 by Heyoka Healing Arts

I received this from someone who seemingly knew more about me (a few years ago) than I did about myself.
(thanks Gail…)

A SPIRITUAL CONSPIRACY

On the surface of the world right now there is war and violence and things seem dark.
But calmly and quietly, at the same time,
something else is happening underground.
An inner revolution is taking place and certain individuals are being called to a higher light.
It is a silent revolution.
From the inside out. From the ground up.
This is a Global operation.
A Spiritual Conspiracy.
There are sleeper cells in every nation on the planet.
You won’t see us on the T. V.
You won’t read about us in the newspaper.
You won’t hear about us on the radio.
We don’t seek any glory, we don’t wear any uniform.
We come in all shapes and sizes, colors and styles.
Most of us work anonymously.
We are quietly working behind the scenes in every country and culture of the world.
Cities big and small, mountains and valleys, in farms and villages, tribes and remote islands.
You could pass by one of us on the street and not even notice.
We go undercover… We remain behind the scenes.
It is of no concern to us who takes the final credit but simply that the work gets done.
Occasionally we spot each other in the street, we give a quiet nod and continue on our way.
During the day many of us pretend we have normal jobs.
But behind the false storefront at night is where
the real work takes place.
Some call us the Conscious Army.
We are slowly creating a new world with the power of our minds and hearts.
We follow, with passion and joy.
Our orders come from the Central Spiritual Intelligence.
We are dropping soft, secret love bombs when no one is looking
Poems ~ Hugs ~ Music ~ Photography ~ Movies ~ Kind words ~ Smiles ~ Meditation and prayer ~ Dance ~ Social activism ~ Websites ~ Blogs ~ Random acts of kindness…
We each express ourselves in our own unique ways with our own unique gifts and talents.
Be the change you want to see in the world.
That is the motto that fills our hearts.
We know it is the only way real transformation takes place.
We know that quietly and humbly we have the power of all the oceans combined.
Our work is slow and meticulous like the formation of mountains.
It is not even visible at first glance, and yet with it entire tectonic plates shall be moved in the centuries to come.
Love is the new religion of the 21st century.
You don’t have to be a highly educated person or have any exceptional knowledge to understand it.
It comes from the intelligence of the heart, embedded in the timeless evolutionary pulse of all human beings.
Be the change you want to see in the world
Nobody else can do it for you
We are now recruiting.
Perhaps you will join us… or already have.
All are welcome
The door is open
~ author unknown

Start something, go ahead…

Posted in Healing thoughts with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 13, 2010 by Heyoka Healing Arts

If we don’t start thinking positively, there’s no reason for anyone else to. Create the change, start the way of thinking within yourself and eventually it’s going to creep into the rest of the world….

Start by embracing the unknown.

I’m done for now. thank you.

Mudslinging, pointing the finger and all that negative poo.

Posted in Healing thoughts with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 13, 2010 by Heyoka Healing Arts

Along with being a holistic practitioner and teacher, I take great joy in the practice of playing bass guitar in a band in Toronto. I guess it’s just another way of spreading a vibration to a large group of people at once.
At any rate, the band and I (minus a member) were hired on to play at a political fundraiser.
In the process I spent a little bit of time talking with the candidate about a few things, specifically the concept of mudslinging (something more and more common these days) and something that has been really bothering me for some time, pointing the finger.
Hmm.
Mudslinging.
I have to wonder why this is something that the up and coming and apparently many veteran politicians have to partake in. I know I will likely get the response that “He said something about me first” or “I’m just protecting the interests of the voters and the community…”.

You know what? Save it.
It would seem that the reason people go digging around to find fault in the lives and livelihoods of others is to get people to overlook their misgivings and skeletons. If one has to find an issue in someone else’s life, maybe they should consider what may be in their own history to prompt the concern.

Experience is the greatest teacher, and it takes experience to know the damage that can be done.
You can’t say you know how someone or something feels unless you’ve had the experience.
What I’m getting at is, if one feels the need to expose anothers misgiving, they’re hiding something of their own.
Does that really make for a trustworthy representative of the community, on any level?

Pointing the finger.

What exactly is the point of this waste of energy?
I understand that in many cases someone or something has to be accountable, apparently because the world or society says so. However, more often than not the search for an answer as to “who did it” ends up costing the world or the respective community or government more money than was originally lost or wasted in the first place.
Simple and recent example.
The BP Gulf Oil Spill.
First off, not a spill, but a constant flow, and for way too long.
The whole news and media community mounted a monumental witch-hunt to find out “WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS?!?!” and landed on Mr. Hayward, at that time the CEO or some such thing of the company. All of a sudden this fellow is responsible for the whole fiasco, from the connection breaking to the research not working out on time and on and on. Being realistic, one wonders how much actual involvement Mr. Hayward had in constructing the oil rig, the maintenance, and on and on.

That’s just one example. I don’t need to and won’t go on about this.

All I’ll say is, I think if we all, and I do mean ALL would just deal with issues and crises to the best of our abilities,
and that needless to say means pulling together our individual senses of reality and our collective energies, and stop wasting our time on calling each other names both openly and behind each others’ backs (though that makes no sense considering how many make such an effort to be heard…), perhaps the goal of making this world a better place can actually start to happen.

That is after all what we’re trying to achieve, right?

All in good time… like it or not.

Posted in Healing thoughts with tags , , , , , on August 17, 2010 by Heyoka Healing Arts

Things don’t always happen according to OUR schedule, but there would seem to be a reason for that. At least that’s what I’ve found. Evidently the waiting is worth it in the end. Good things come… you know the rest.

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