So I’ve been looking around these days and I have observed some peculiar situations. Human beings not only love to stand in line for things like coffee and paying traffic tickets, they are also quite content with these miseries. There seems to be a lot of oxymorons these days. Happiness in misery is one that still dumbfounds me. Problem solving with worry is another.
Security. People are secure in their own insecurities. I understand that change can be hard but why not live up to a challenge? Most people who I have observed (self included) have insecurities. It is a consequence of being human it seems. The problem is when we find a sense of security in these insecurities. It doesn’t make sense to any degree, but it is happening every single day. This choice is one that eludes most of us because we wouldn’t make it if we knew that we were choosing insecurity. If we truly saw it for what it was, then we’d stop.
Comfort. Are you comfortable? Discomfort is typically not desirable as our minds are primed to avoid pain. I’m not talking about the avoidance of a broken bone though. How many times do we avoid telling the truth, public speaking or taking a life changing opportunity because it might upset our comfort zone? I have a very simple solution for this; make being uncomfortable your new comfort zone. After all, you may only be here on Earth for one more month. Wouldn’t you be happier if you just went for it without hesitation? What is really preventing anyone from growing or going down a new path besides the familiar devils?
Riches. From what I have witnessed, I would report the following to the mother-ship: The beings here perceive their poverty as riches. They believe themselves to be in scarcity and do not recognize the inherent abundance or prosperity. It is a shame, really, because they live in a paradise yet, somehow believe themselves wanting. When one attempts to reveal the truth to them, they become agitated and begin defending the very thing that keeps them in bondage. Please see my report on security.
Our natural state is joy. Anything less is an indication of resistance to love.
This post is about the ‘Love’ in love, art & fear. Sometimes it is easier to write about what love is not rather that what love is. I’m human and get caught up in romance, fantasy and delusion. In this place I’m not myself. I’m insecure because I’m forgetting the most important thing on Earth…
I AM LOVE.
Love is not something I do, it is what I fundamentally identify myself with and from this outflows my entire life. Infinite Love is our true foundational identity. If we are experiencing anything less, it is because we are falsely identifying with something less than that truth. ”I’m only human” is a bullshit excuse. You are love. Simple. If you do something stupid or act in a nasty way, it is because you have forgotten that you are love.
Fear cannot stand in the place of love.
At our very core is the truth of who we are. This is pure love and joy. The challenge is in getting past the pain that has encrusted over that love through experience (disappointment and despair). Most people stop at the pain layer and live a life of quiet misery. Don’t do that. You are worth so much more.
Break through the pain layer.
Be the love that you are.
New Year. New painting.
This one is called ‘Diffuse’. Art is an outpouring of our inner process. I have said before that this process has zero to do with paint on canvass. As a Human Being, by default; you are an artist.
Each day we create with words, thoughts, intentions and actions. We can never really control life or prevent bad things from occurring but we can change perception and what we do with the given circumstance. For better or worse, we are here to create. Life is our medium.
Last week I mentioned the ‘one electron’ theory that Richard Feynman wrote about. This is the idea that there is only one electron in the universe and this electron has the ability to appear across space-time as many. Simple right?
The theory of particle regeneration by Antoine Bechamp is our bodies version of the universal electron in my opinion. In the center of each cell is the mitochondria (the cell power house). In the center of the mitochondria is what appears to be a speck of light (living particle) with a crystalline structure. This is the command center of the cell that directs the cell to regenerate, degenerate or turn to cancer. Antoine discovered this and called it the ‘microzyma’ in 1864. He found it to be physiologically imperishable and autonomously alive, meaning it has the ability to adapt to any circumstances while maintaining its purpose to enhance and produce life, whether for the host or for itself.
Here is the fun part…
This light or living body (microzyma) is directed by signals from our nervous system beginning in our thought as our thought is light impulses. Over time these thought impulses and the emotions generated by them create patterns within our nervous system that become programs. The cells fate is literally programmed by our consistent thought impulses through the microzyma (command center). Simply put; we do not catch diseases. We build them.
Antoine Bechamp was implying that all disorder and disease biologically comes from the inside out to put it simply. Bechamp’s theories were verified just over one hundred years later by Gaston Naessens, a French scientist.
Louis Pasteur was a contemporary of Bechamp and manipulated this idea in order to create the germ theory of disease. Pasteurs theory basically says that disease is “out there” and must be fought. Most people know about Pasteur by the process of Pasteurization or heating liquid to 500 plus degrees in order to kill everything. The result is dead food. Further, Pasteurs theory is the foundation of the pharmaceutical and “health” industry as we know it today.
“Human beings, the potentially highest form of life expression on this planet have built the vast pharmaceutical industry for the central purpose of poisoning the lowest form of life on the planet–germs! One of the biggest tragedies of human civilization is the precedence of chemicals over nutrition.”–Dr. Richard Murray
Actually, this is post 182. This means that I have successfully made it half way through my post a day for a year challenge!!! I just wanted to take the time to thank those of you who have been with me on the journey for your support, ideas and comments.
I started this in order to invoke a greater creative writing discipline and after about a month wondered what the hell I was thinking. I’ve almost quit about 5 times to date. All 5 times have been when I was in a terrible head space and couldn’t see how I could possibly write about anything worthy. I am very grateful that I didn’t allow my mood to dictate my capabilities. We need those shitty days for perspective. This has taught me to keep going in the face of disheartening circumstance.
I will continue the journey to 365 posts and then I will decide what I want to do from there. For the next 182.5, I will have to make a choice every day between the profound and the profane. Admittedly, the profane is easier because it requires nothing more than thinking up stupid shit and delivering it in a way that (hopefully) makes people chuckle. Profound thoughts happen when I clear my mind to give them enough space to enter and then I have to put it into words. No menial task.
I called the site Love, Art & Fear because of what I witness everyday. People creating. We have these two fundamental contrasting emotions; Love & Fear. It is light & shadow. We create from either of these. Sometimes a mix of both is present.
We humans, as experiential artists are extensions of creation and have the choice to use whichever source we see fit to draw from in the unfolding journey called “our life”. I do my best to choose love but some days I buy into the bullshit. Thank God for grace.
Thanks again everyone:)
We all have gifts. I believe that these are meant to be shared and given. In this we are extensions of creation meant to continue and expand the process of giving. Through the exploration of variables we discover or better yet, we are reminded of who we truly are.