When I chat with people, I drop a warning to stay flexible with what's coming because things are going to get weird. Lately, people have been responding with an exclamation that, "Things are already weird!" But the truth is, while the weirdness of now is something, it's really nothing. It's going to get genuinely weird.
I had hoped that, as a global population, we'd make these inevitable changes in measured increments over this century, but things seem to be speeding up. So, as individuals that intend to survive, we're going to have to be experts at change. This is not exactly the strong suit of the human race, so we're going to have to make it our strong suit.
While humans aren't good at change, humans are very good at innovation. Thus, you can use the word "innovation" as a substitute for "change," and claim, in all honesty, that you're very good at innovation, and that the whole human race is very good at innovation. Thi…
I thought I'd shake it up and try something different here and post a game of sorts to help with the development of multidimensional skills.
As part of a programmed society, we're taught to ignore our most basic information source: feelings. Over time, we develop layers and layers of beliefs that detach us from our feelings. As this Shift progresses, you have to reconnect with your feelings because feelings become more pronounced. So, you have to know what they are and how to deal with them.
The first step is to notice that you're having feelings. The dog knocks over and breaks a cherished family heirloom, and you feel upset. You're running late for work, and you feel anxious. You see a cute baby in a stroller, and you feel happy. All of these feelings are communications, telling you what you're focusing on. You think that you're focused on events, but you're really focused on ideas. The types of ideas determine the feelings you feel.
Every motion you make is motivated by an idea, and ideas have philosophical foundations. The old paradigm was based on the idea of separation. The new paradigm is based on the idea of oneness or non-separation. To shift your perspective, you have to stop expressing separation and begin to express non-separation. This requires a certain sharpness. You have to see the separation, and you have to see the oneness.
The reason this whole Shift is, and will be, messy is that there are so many vehicles of expression that promote the idea of separation. So, a big part of moving out of separation is merely seeing that you're being programmed to think that there is such a thing as separation. It requires you to develop codebreaking skills.
This blog might as well be titled "Welcome To My World," because codebreaking is a peek into the way that I look at everything. I decode it. You can, too. The container (the words, images, objects) are not the message. The message is the idea con…