New Dr. Mercola article and a live interview on PRN at 1pm EST
What incredibly beautiful words. Thank you so much.
Oh, Tessa, your heart and your voice are so beautiful and filled with light.
I can't wait to listen to the interview.
I have a vivid example triggered by your words...
I remember as a toddler a kind adult bending down to tie my shoelace. I got an incredible, warm fuzzy feeling of being loved and cared for in the pit of my stomach that buzzed and permeated through my whole being. Lovely!
Love is the answer!
It is important to be loved as a young child. Bullies were stupid. I would explain that. I would get punched, and I would fight back. (Bullies grew faster than I did, and came in 2s and 3s, so I ran through the forest sometimes)
Tessa it was my great joy and pleasure to catch the radio show :)
You mentioned that the middle managers (politicians, bureaucrats etc) are more afraid of their bosses than they are of us and I agree 100%. So how does this relate to the idea that the depopulation crew are different from the covid-industrial complex? Are the various teams siloed to the point where nobody sees what the other group is doing?
You brought up another issue I had not considered which is that if you feel love for yourself, you feel compelled to give that love to others. Seems to me, tragically, that you are in the minority and that in general people become hoarders of self-love. they overdose on it. I think that's the scarcity myth taken to its sick logical conclusion.
Brave Heart + Brave Soul = Tessa Lena…..
That is way too much.
The problems of the world are so numerous, so complex and so immense that they seem to be overwhelming and that no real, practical solutions could ever be implemented, because we have been trained to look at them within the context in which they were created, such as within hierarchies. We look at the elites, at government, at the authorities, at the powerful, and we complain, justly, and then we react to their edicts and policies, rather than acting completely independently of them according to the authentic needs and aspirations of our sovereign hearts and souls. We thus are always kept on the defensive and are kept busy looking and possible raging at a mirage, at the illusions of power and authority existing above us and keeping us down.
A month long journey into a pristine wilderness, far away from any trace of civilization, would reset our psychic clock and cause us to discover the completely illusory nature of civilization's hierarchical conventions, of power and authority and their absolute illegitimacy.
But we (I mean most of humanity) look for experts and leaders to save the day, for the good leaders to replace the bad ones, and some even hope for the coming of a mashiach or the return of a messiah. The thing is, we are all looking up as if we still were powerless and helpless children.
But we will reclaim and save our world when we stop looking up and instead look at each other, and understand that the power is within us and among us, it always was and always will be. The power is within our relationships (I mean in the way we relate to each other, I am not talking about intimate relationships or even family relationships). The power returns when we think of "us" rather than "me" exclusively or "them" (those above us). This "us" is not about collectivism, which is also held together by coercive command and control, by authoritarianism, totalitarianism and a strict pecking order, but about our humanity and the spiritual and physical kinship and unity of all life on this planet, which is a very real, tangible, practical, palpable thing as well as a spiritual reality.
We are all related (and "we" includes everything, all life forms and the planet itself, as well as the Divine presence that holds it all together).
SPIRIT OF THE VALLEY:
The spirit of the Valley never dies,
the mystic mother whose pregnant womb
gives birth to All things.
That’s why she is called the root of nature.
Simply hold onto this, and
you will not need to work to understand.
—Lao Tze, 6th century BCE. (from the Tao Te Ching), China.
This brings up a very interesting point about the importance of experiences we had as infants. As our present culture doesn't seem to have much of a heart connection to infant rearing, with all the best of intentions we create some disastrous conditionings which have long term effects on our happiness and our cultural structure. Very briefly, infants need to have their needs met, and caregivers need to understand what those needs are. If needs, for example - need for attachment, is not being met repeatedly, the body will eventually have a trauma response to that lack and shut down. The body learns that it won't get what it needs, and learns not to trust that it will get what it needs. This knowing is in the body. When cognition comes along, the infant learns to deal with this issue cognitively, but that does not change what the body had already learned. But we want to be happy, so we look outside ourselves to find happiness: material things, success, power, distraction after distraction. But we never get enough - we confuse 'pleasant distraction' with happiness, which comes from the inside. Years ago I read that Gandhi and the Dalai Lama said that once our basic needs are met , happiness is an inside job. And if you want to understand the science of it all, please read Gabor Mate's recent book, 'The Myth of Normal'.
What does it mean to be “in the world, but not of it”? As spiritual aspirants, “How does this apply to me in my life, and is it really possible, especially in today’s technological world, which can be hective, invasive, confusing, and stressful and dangerous at times”?
When the weight of the World feels heavy or overwhelming, Jesus said, “Wear the World like a light garment.” In other words, you notice it, you experience it, but it is not your ultimate destination…it’s only transitory. The idea is not to sacrifice the Soul for the mortal body. There is far more than this earthly life.
“In the World, but not in it”- Jesus said to wear the world like a light garment. In other words, you notice it, you experience it, but it is not your ultimate destination…it’s only transitory. The idea is to not sacrifice the Soul for the mortal body. There is far more than this earthly life.
We were not born to lose ourselves in activities. Our purpose on Earth is to give and share the gifts our Soul desires to give and share….
Life is an endless creative experience, and we are shaping at every moment by every decision we make.
Love has its own time, its own season, and its own reasons for coming and going. You cannot bribe it or coerce it or reason it into staying. If it chooses to leave your heart or the heart of your lover, there is nothing you can do and nothing you should do. Be glad that it came to live for a moment in your life. If you keep your heart open, it will surely come again… Love Cove...