Friday, 12 December 2014

Power of Life; power of lie

The term power - like any other true quality of life, has developed substitute definitions for its true nature. But each of us is the power of our will - which correctly appreciated operates co-creatively and not coercively. We are vulnerable to the experience of the Idea we want to be more true than truth! Those who steal must fear theft. Who think they steal power will be robbed of all - how could it be otherwise? - for one never truly has it and when the supports for the illusion of personal power are nothing-ed - what stands there?

A lie hidden but believed has the temporary capacity to hide the true. It also serves a role of darkness through which to awaken to what is hidden and choose truly - that is, to align with a true joy in being rather than a sacrificial mode of coercion. The unsubscribing or dissociation of the fearful is best achieved in the embracing of the new - or what IS alive and inspiring and exciting to unfold out of life lived rather than ideas imposed. Another aspect of true power is timing. If one has to push an agenda - of course it will push back. What is communication? It is power. How so? Because by it are all things known and apart from it nothing is. Worshipping the power of nothing is simply the belief that by denying distorting and limiting communication, we can get something specially for our self alone. Tis a scam sir!

In discussion with:

    "The power of the mind is partly recognized by manipulators - but they don't realize it costs them their true power to use it thus". (quoting me)

Such then though, moving things along and on to a higher intelligence plane and level of greater competence, would actually prove that manipulators do not fully realise the power of the mind … and are catastrophically vulnerable to the thoughts and actions of those who do, and can utilise it in a fashion which is unprecedented and novel and not at all bad and practically and virtually impossible to be thought unacceptable.

    You are clearly willing to step off the edge of such worldview so as to expand the model - but at some point one needs to go native and release the 'command and control' mentality altogether.

Going native to subvert/pervert/divert/correct/replace a corrupt and easily compromised [cracked and hacked] command and control mentality/system is another dynamic option which a few would find extremely attractive and most exciting, binra. To replace it with what, is something best left for now a mystery, methinks, lest it be thought something of grave concern to be opposed and fought against, as is the usual response to radical fundamental change of an intellectually challenged system/executive administration.

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