“Souled partners can have different views and opinions, cause distractions and upsets sometimes, and occasionally delay one’s plans. They can act as vectors of Matrix attacks when not watchful, and demand certain sacrifices. Here, it is a matter of degree that determines if they are ultimately beneficial or detrimental to one’s life path. If possible to leave, one’s decision should not be based on the consequences of leaving, but the consequence of staying. Emotional weakness and dependency is the least valid excuse for staying. Following one’s destiny is the best reason to leave.
The choice to leave is personal; each individual must decide whether it is appropriate based on circumstances. It must be said, however, that when a souled human is matched with another souled human of an ideally compatible soul frequency, the relationship becomes virtually superconducting, without resistance, heavy demands for sacrifice, or hope that the other partner will change. There may be external interference by the Matrix attempting to break such a partnership apart, but the interferences are usually based on misunderstandings more so than fundamental differences and ongoing resentment.”
“This is what should be done by one who is skilled in goodness and who knows the path of peace: Let them be able and upright, straightforward and gentle in speech. Humble and not conceited, contented and easily satisfied, unburdened with duties and frugal in their ways. Peaceful and calm, and wise and skillful, not proud and demanding in nature. Let them not do the slightest thing that the wise would later reprove.”
“As you identify less and less with the “me,” you will be more at ease with everybody and with everything. Do you know why? Because you are no longer afraid of being hurt or not liked. You no longer desire to impress anyone. Can you imagine the relief when you don’t have to impress anybody anymore? Oh, what a relief. Happiness at last! You no longer feel the need or the compulsion to explain things anymore. It’s all right. What is there to be explained? And you don’t feel the need or compulsion to apologize anymore.
I’d much rather hear you say, “I’ve come awake,” than hear you say, “I’m sorry.” I’d much rather hear you say to me, “I’ve come awake since we last met; what I did to you won’t happen again,” than to hear you say, “I’m so sorry for what I did to you.”‘
~Anthony de Mello
“9/11: Henry told us that besides knowing [two years] beforehand… he’d been briefed about it in detail a few hours before it happened… The briefing took place with a group of colleagues. He reported being shocked not only at the low-key way it was announced, but at the comparative apparent lack of reaction of many of his colleagues. The purpose of the announcement was so that when the employees heard about it on the news later that day, they would not be alarmed: “When you hear this in the news later today, don’t panic, because this is what’s going on.”
Further details: *The planes that hit the twin towers were remotely controlled (over-riding the pilots, and with software modifications that would permit tight turns that would normally be impossible due to autopilot default limit settings). The remote control was enacted from thousands of miles away. *The plane that hit the Pentagon was a small, remotely piloted Navy jet… *The well-publicized cellphone calls had been fabricated… *Osama bin Laden had nothing to do with any of it apart from the fact that he was a USG asset.”
“Back in those glory days, I was very uncomfortable when they asked us to say things we didn’t want to say and deny other things. Some people asked, you know, were you alone out there? We never gave the real answer, and yet we see things out there, strange things, but we know what we saw out there. And we couldn’t really say anything. The bosses were really afraid of this, they were afraid of the War of the Worlds type stuff, and about panic in the streets. So we had to keep quiet. And now we only see these things in our nightmares or maybe in the movies, and some of them are pretty close to being the truth.” ~Astronaut John Glenn
“According to Castaneda, the parasitic entities he called, “The Flyers,” have infiltrated us and made our spirit repetitive, maniacal, full of routine, frightened, avid, violent and calculating: ‘The predators give us their mind, which becomes our mind. The predators’ mind is baroque, contradictory, morose, filled with the fear of being discovered any minute now.'” (The Active Side of Infinity)
“Because your human conditioning is so strong, you forget what you know on deep intuitive levels. You forget that all of life, including you, is in constant motion and change. Existence is eternal, with consciousness in an ongoing cycle of motion. Nothing is really static. It simply appears to be.
Because of this conditioning, you give your power away by your identification with objects and goals you place in a stationary position. You become convinced that you want them, and you set out to have or be these things. Some of this wanting comes from how you were raised, or from sets of belief systems you inherited.
You are also influenced, both directly and subliminally, by messages from the media and the mass consciousness… The level that you are influenced and molded by these messages is profound. You become convinced that you must have a certain product, talent, financial income, house, body, or relationship. The list is endless. The search is endless.”
“There once lived a great warrior. Though quite old, he still was able to defeat any challenger. His reputation extended far and wide throughout the land and many students gathered to study under him.
One day, an infamous young warrior arrived at the village. He was determined to be the first man to defeat the great master. Along with his strength, he had an uncanny ability to spot and exploit any weakness in an opponent… The old master gladly accepted the young warrior’s challenge.
As the two squared off for battle, the young warrior began to hurl insults at the old master. He threw dirt and spit in his face. For hours he verbally assaulted him with every curse and insult known to mankind. But the old warrior merely stood there motionless and calm. Finally, the young warrior exhausted himself. Knowing he was defeated, he left feeling shamed.
Somewhat disappointed that he did not fight the insolent youth, the students gathered around the old master and questioned him. “How could you endure such an indignity? How did you drive him away?”
“If someone comes to give you a gift and you do not receive it,” the master replied, “to whom does the gift belong?”‘