“Mystic White Flight”

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Neil Krug

http://neilkrug.com/

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That Is No Moon!

http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/moonchemtrailbase28apr10.shtml

“One of the mysteries of human biology is the short fertility cycle. Humans have an ovulation cycle directly related to the period of the moon. Most larger mammals have an ovulation cycle based on the solar year. Humans have the ovulation cycle of rodents. The moon is emitting a frequency keeping humanity “barefoot and pregnant.” The Earth would be entirely different if women controlled their ability to give birth based on a solar year.

Is the moon the source of the suppression of human freewill? Yes.”

Loving Yourself Is Holographic to Loving Others

http://lightworkers.org/channeling/104528/loving-yourself-holographic-loving-others

“It is difficult to love others if you don’t love yourself. The relationship with yourself is holographic to the relationship you have with others. Everyone in your life reflects to you some aspect of yourself. You draw to you those who vibrate in resonance with some aspect of your own energy.

Your relationships with others can help you discover aspects of yourself you have not yet loved. If a person reflects to you some aspect of yourself you don’t love, this can trigger a reaction. This is something to pay attention to. It is the feelings you have about parts of yourself you don’t yet love that stand in the way of unconditional love. Before you can experience true love, you must love every part of yourself, even those parts you don’t believe are worthy of love…

[A] person who is in harmony within themselves is in harmony with all others. As each person practices self-love, this naturally extends to all beings on the planet and the planet itself… Every day shines new light into every decision, every action, every intention, every thought and every feeling you have.”

Satyana Institute

http://www.satyana.org/principles.html

Principles of Spiritual Activism:

“Transformation of motivation from anger/fear/despair to compassion/love/purpose. This is a vital challenge for today’s social change movement. This is not to deny the noble emotion of appropriate anger or outrage in the face of social injustice. Rather, this entails a crucial shift from fighting against evil to working for love, and the long-term results are very different, even if the outer activities appear virtually identical. Action follows Being, as the Sufi saying goes. Thus, “a positive future cannot emerge from the mind of anger and despair.”‘