Neil Kramer : The Power of Peace

http://neilkramer.com/the-power-of-peace-with-regina-meredith/

Neil Kramer talks to Regina Meredith to discuss ‘The Power Of Peace.’

Regina writes: “While we continue to tear back the curtain of conspiracy, and dig under the rocks of suppressed information, we are often missing the obvious – how to craft the most beautiful and meaningful life possible. In my conversation with spiritual philosopher, Neil Kramer, we delve into the most basic of subjects – peace and will. What does peace actually mean and what is required to establish it at the core of our lives? What kind of strength does genuine peace bring? With a strong background in Hermetics, Neil shares his wisdom in his typically clear and high overview of what it means to live a substantial and beautiful life.”’

“The consensus view is generally wrong… whether we’re looking at NASA, whether we’re looking at science or religion or culture or politics or food, you come to a point where you realize that everything that we’ve been taught in the mainstream is garbage; you have to wipe that away and start again. And that’s the point where humility is necessary.

So, you can’t proceed down this path to equilibrium if you’re full of doctrine and dogma… You can’t do that, you have to say: I am confident enough as a spiritual entity, a spiritual human being, a spiritual man to say — I don’t know what I am, I don’t know what I’m doing, I don’t know what this means, and I’m okay with that. And at that point… something opens and wisdom comes inside…

Wisdom is totally experiential and it will only come in it’s pure form to the man or woman who has found a good measure of equilibrium. So, you can test somebody’s wisdom by the amount of equilibrium that they embody…

So if I think of the great wise elders in my life, whether they’re 25 years old or 85 years old, it makes no difference, they all have a measure of equilibrium that they have earned and brought about and crafted within themselves… The person of distinction who has made themselves substantial says: Nobody can make me feel anything. My feeling, my contact with reality, is mine and there can be no outside influence on that, unless I give my consent to it.” ~Neil Kramer

http://neilkramer.com/

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Jordan Peterson – 12 Rules For Life

https://jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-for-life/

“Rule 1 / Stand up straight with your shoulders back

Rule 2 / Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping

Rule 3 / Make friends with people who want the best for you

Rule 4 / Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, not to who someone else is today

Rule 5 / Do not let your children do anything that makes you dislike them

Rule 6 / Set your house in perfect order before you criticize the world

Rule 7 / Pursue what is meaningful (not what is expedient)

Rule 8 / Tell the truth — or, at least, don’t lie

Rule 9 / Assume that the person you are listening to might know something you don’t

Rule 10 / Be precise in your speech

Rule 11 / Do not bother children when they are skateboarding

Rule 12 / Pet a cat when you encounter one on the street”

Russell Brand & Jordan Peterson – Kindness VS Power | Under The Skin #46

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL61yQgdWeM

The War on Men

“There is something sinister taking place: a giant reeducation campaign aimed at turning boys and young men into total pussies.

Not only are we under chemical assault from plastic products and foods that lower testosterone, we’re mass unwitting participants in a huge social engineering experiment based around vilifying masculinity and demoralizing men, and the #MeToo Movement has been co-opted to serve that agenda.

What kind of warped scheme needs to dilute or destroy masculinity and traditional gender roles to succeed? One that seeks to completely annihilate the fundamental structure of western society so the annihilators can completely remake it in their own image.

This is about the pursuit of raw power. This is Marxism re-branded. Identity politics. The very ideology that belittles and denigrates men, particularly white men, is just a new form of an old Marxist trick; Divide and Conquer

These postmodernists are so pathological, so deranged, they have convinced themselves that fundamental biological science is a grand conspiracy invented by the patriarchy, and now they’re going to convince everyone else by law, by force, by silencing dissent, and by mass indoctrination. They are literally rebelling against reality. They’ve declared war on logic…

We need to reject the collectivist tyranny that because some men do evil things, all men need to bear the burden of evil.” ~Paul Joseph Watson

Are You Rising Above the Divide & Conquer Strategy?

https://www.lightonconspiracies.com/rising-divide-conquer-strategy/

“The mainstream mentality is obviously a breeding ground of propaganda, deceit and outright violence, which reflects why droves of sheep are jumping the fences and exploring the self-uncharted lands of independent thought and practice. This is no surprise when the masses have been very successfully dumbed into a philosophically separate and behaviourally shallow engagement with the reverence of life. They distractingly fight amongst each other in both status and ideology, with the most powerful one currently being the sex (not gender) wars. However, the infighting and grandstanding is not just limited to the primary herd; unfortunately those who are exploring the wilderness are also subjecting themselves to the whims of central control.

2017 and the beginning of 2018 has stunningly illustrated how far so-called self-thinkers have fallen victim to the divide and conquer strategy… The popular meme that suggests that the best slaves are ones who think they’re free can therefore be expanded: the best slaves are ones who think they used to be slaves but now believe they’re free.

What was originally a predominately organic response to authoritarianism and centralisation has sadly devolved into a self-contradictory state of affairs where the alternative media and their regurgitators have locked themselves into a dogmatic war for the dominion of who is right. That’s not to say that we shouldn’t be trying to find the answers to significant questions, but when hearsay and confirmation bias is at such unprecedented levels it’s a clear indication that we need to enact a different strategy…

The simple solution is for each of us to acknowledge that we’re definitely wrong about some of our suspicions, so it’s important to change our language to honour that understanding and transmute it into wisdom. As a basic example, instead of, “this is right and anyone who believes differently is fooling themselves (and an x, y and z!)” – with a simple twist to, “based on my research this appears to be right” – we now have a more inclusive and intelligent dialectic and platform for debate.

It’s seems so simple doesn’t it? Well, that’s because it is…

You know you don’t know all the answers, as does your so-called competitor, so let’s start acting like it. Some of your material and metaphysical speculations might be right, but many probably aren’t. Even if what you believe turns out to be mostly correct, if you spent the majority of your time lost in the competition of which sheep thinks they know the shepherd best, then you have wasted a grand opportunity to actually become wild.”

The Search for Meaning in Modern Life

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2018/01/05/search-meaning-modern-life/

“Whether rationally, instinctively, or deep in our hearts, most of us know that something is not right about how human societies are managed. Human life is not yet in balance…

We are manipulated by our mainstream medias at unprecedented levels, and constantly fed with a controlled flow of information. This process is the old mind of humanity, still operating through control, censorship, and consumerism. In this way our contemporary societies are increasingly centered around emotion to a degree that allows people to be entertained as well as manipulated like never before…

Ancient religious-spiritual traditions have long talked about ‘energy predators’ that are said to feed off from unstable human mental and emotional states. The early gnostic Christians referred to some of these as the Archons; various North American Indian tribes refer to Wetiko/Wendigo; Don Juan in the Carlos Castenada  books refers to the Predators; and South American shamans have long talked of spirits that feed off from and fragment the vulnerable human inner state/soul.

We must wonder why it is that our modern cultures promote entertainments that manipulate and play upon excessively distorted images of mental and emotional anguish as well as exaggerated portrayals of sexuality… These forms of stimulation directly target a person’s mental, emotional, and physical states, which in turn hampers the operation of harmonious, developmental energies.

Modern life is increasingly a life addicted to high stimulation. Yet by its very nature it also creates anxiety. Many people are forced, or seduced, into lives that are continually stressful and busy. There is no room for the spaces, the intervals, of internal reflection…

A whole society can be distracted. There is a pertinent analogy here to how, in 256AD, the Persian army took Antioch from the Roman Empire. Many of the inhabitants were attending the roman theatre and were oblivious to the enemy archers who had climbed up behind them into the stands. The actors down below had seen the enemy archers and were desperately trying to warn them with hand signals, but the audience did not understand, thinking it part of the entertainment – until it was too late. They were amused up to the point of death. Perhaps we too, in the words of social critic Neil Postman, are ‘Amusing ourselves to Death.’”

20 Quotes : ‘The Alchemist’

http://www.thelawofattraction.org/20-stand-out-quotes-from-paulo-coelhos-the-alchemist/

“We are travelers on a cosmic journey, stardust, swirling and dancing in the eddies and whirlpools of infinity. Life is eternal. We have stopped for a moment to encounter each other, to meet, to love, to share. This is a precious moment. It is a little parenthesis in eternity.” ~Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

The Demoralized Mind

https://newint.org/columns/essays/2016/04/01/psycho-spiritual-crisis

“[M]ost people today are unable to identify any sort of philosophy of life or set of guiding principles…

Human culture has mutated into a sociopathic marketing machine dominated by economic priorities and psychological manipulation. Never before has a cultural system inculcated its followers to suppress so much of their humanity. Leading this hostile takeover of the collective psyche are increasingly sophisticated propaganda and misinformation industries… Today’s consumers are by far the most propagandized people in history. The relentless and repetitive effect is highly hypnotic, diminishing critical faculties, reducing one’s sense of self, and transforming commercial unreality into a surrogate for meaning and purpose…

For the younger generation, the course of boredom, disappointment, disillusion and demoralization is almost inevitable. As the products of invisible parents, commercialized education, cradle-to-grave marketing and a profoundly boring and insane cultural programme, they must also assimilate into consumer culture while knowing from the outset that its workings are destroying the planet and jeopardizing their future. Understandably, they have become the trance generation, with an insatiable appetite for any technology that can downsize awareness and blunt the emotions. With society in existential crisis, and emotional life on a steep downward trajectory, trance is today’s fastest-growing consumer market…

We are long overdue a cultural revolution that would force a radical revamp of the political process, economics, work, family and environmental policy. It is true that a society of demoralized people is unlikely to revolt even though it sits on a massive powder keg of pent-up frustration… With its infrastructure firmly entrenched, and minimal signs of collective resistance, all signs suggest that our obsolete system – what some call ‘disaster capitalism’ – will prevail until global catastrophe dictates for us new cultural directions.”