Brian Ramsell: Everything Must Go

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brian-rWritten by Brian Ramsell, The Golden Age of Gaia, January 28, 2015

It’s funny to think back to 9-10 years ago and remember how I conceptualized ‘awakening’ and ‘enlightenment’ then.

At that time, I see that I thought of it in terms of an escape from the mundane or even unpleasant reality I was living in.

My thought process was something like, “Once I’m enlightened, I’ll be living in bliss and all of this stuff will just go away or not matter any more.”

Actually, there’s probably some truth to that, though not in the way I perceived it back then.

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Steve Beckow: The World We’re Building

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The lands that have been taken from the native people are many. Not sure we can give it all back at this time. We need to acknowledge what has happened and work together as One people, one human race. I think returning the lands to being pristine would be great. And honoring the native peoples.

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BattleOfVirginiaCapesWritten by Steve Beckow, The Golden Age of Gaia, January 28, 2015

Prior to the great voyages of exploration, the best known of which was Christopher Columbus’s, himself an incarnation of St. Germaine, Europeans plied trade routes to China and elsewhere to secure the goods they’d come to prize.

Spices, silks, precious gems and metals poured into Europe along such great trade routes as the Silk Road or by ship from Africa and Asia.

After Columbus, the European nations actually took to colonizing what they regarded as “virgin lands,” ignoring the claim of the indigenous populations to the territory they alone had inhabited until that time.

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Scientists Found the Inner ‘GPS’ of the Human Brain

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http://themindunleashed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/gpss.jpgThanks to The Mind Unleashed.

Having a basic sense of direction seems instinctive and simple for human beings, and it is. If we delve a little deeper into this subject, however, we may question how our brains make it possible to understand where we are. If we are lost, we can somehow figure out direction through memory and the aid of our internal GPS system. Yes, that’s right, our brains can reason and decide what direction we need to go, just like the navigational systems in our electronics.

How does it work?

Michael Chadwick and colleagues recently published a paper in the journal Current Biology and outlined which parts of the brain govern direction and how they work. It became apparent that two different tools were used for directional purposes: memory and internal maps.

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Mike Barrett: 100+ Businesses Urge Obama to Suspend Bee-Killing Pesticides

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insect_bee_bumble_735_350Written by Mike Barrett, Natural Society, January 28, 2015

More than 100 businesses, including Clif Bar, Nature’s Path, Organic Valley, and Stonyfield, have recently sent a letter to Obama urging him to immediately suspend the use of bee-killing pesticides. The pesticides, known as neonicotinoids, have been repeatedly linked to global bee declines. We must halt their use in order to protect the nation’s food supply, environment, and economy.

Many pesticides have been found to cause grave danger to our bees, leading to events such as the colony collapses in Oregon or the destruction of 37 million bees in Canada. In just the last ten years, over 40% of the bee colonies in the US have suffered Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). Bees either become so disoriented they can’t find their way back to their hives and die away from home, or fly back poison-drunk and die at the foot of their queen.

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The Higher Realms Are Calling… Will We Answer?

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Raising my vibrations.

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

This world is as beautiful and heavenly as we let it be, but it’s worth noting that there are higher dimensions beyond our surface perception that, if we raise our vibration high enough, we’ll find are even more blissful.

There are realms beyond the physical earth that boast spiritually advanced entities who want to help us refine our consciousness and ascend, and like we’ve learned, life is a constant progression back into the Source of existence; our creator, who we separated from when we decided to explore these lower realms.

Most conscious people strive to tap into these realms from earth, thereby making the world a better, more heavenly place. Our goal is to use our spirituality and creativity to turn this world into the utopia it’s always been meant to be, and this is why you see so much…

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Big Island Video News 1-28-15… “Puuhonua O Honaunau Cleans Up After Severe Wave Damage”

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I do think this is a cleansing of the area. Same with the east coast, much damage, yet much cleansing. The sea wall was destroid, maybe time for us, humans to move closer inland and not build so close to the ocean.


Hollow earth cover up, video

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You Have the Power – Use It!

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Yes we are very powerful beings, we just need to remember what power we have and to use it. Remember all are one, all connected. Do no harm.

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Life takes on a whole new flavor when we empower ourselves and accept responsibility for our actions.

When we learn to make our own choices and face the consequences of those choices, good or bad, we stop looking to others as caretakers or authority figures. We see that regardless of what another person says or does, we really are responsible for what we do.

It’s easy to blame other people for our behavior, and when you think about it, it’s almost preferable. Why take responsibility when we have someone we can blame our behavior or our attitude on? It makes everything easier for us, but it makes things a lot harder for the people we blame.

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an anonymous video

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new from blossom

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click on this for the video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1421914688&x-yt-cl=84503534&v=Yc5StQpaUqk

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