Some people say, "I don't curse." Well, for one I don't curse either, I emphasize with fucking cool words and two, if you think speak or act with negative intention, you actually do curse, and that worse than any of the "words you can't say on television".
It's not the words you say it's always the intention behind them. If you give a person a beautiful gift, but you are thinking about how much you hate them, your energy is moving out to curse them, your energy is attacking them with negativity, and actually helping to keep their spiritual growth stagnant. These thoughts are also doing the same to YOU.
We humans sometimes take our inner processes for granted. We feel very uncomfortable with what we consider to be 'curse words, and we tend to reject or distance ourselves from those things. But the truth is, through our own thoughts we have created the 'taboo-ness' of curse words. We are the ones thinking the thought of 'forbidden'.
Most humans believe that 'out there' is a reality with an intrinsic existence regardless of their presence--not so. Quantum Mechanics tells us otherwise. QM tells us that we affect and alter our milieu simply by observing it. The one looking has the power, not the things being looked at. The observer (WE) is the intrinsic reality, not the world 'out there'.
If you've ever heard the saying "wherever you go, there you are" it aligns with the message of this entry. What's the common denominator of every experience you are in? YOU! You are observing all you experiences. Thus means that whatever judgment you have about, or intention you have toward any aspect of your experience, shows how you have chosen to observe it. I say 'chosen' because the observer is the intrinsic reality, remember? Each thought and intention you have colors your experience, not the other way around. Thusly,the only way you could truly be coming to judgments about the experience is through naked choice, dependent on no circumstance. Of course it does not appear this way, but, to reiterate, it is.
So back to the 'curse words'. I use words like fuck and shit, and I believe that these words add a unique emphasis to whatever it is that I am saying. People might berate me for that. However, I've known people who have never uttered a 'curse word' and they spew more venomous 'curses' (aka negative words and intentions) or others than people I've known who use thevforbidden words people hate so much. Could it be that, as observers, curse words became that way because we have cursed them? Might we prefer to change how we really curse ourselves and each other instead of complaining about some words that we have collectively cursed? These are some interesting questions that require us to think differently about the nature of our daily reality, and to start transforming our thoughts, words, and behaviors to BLESS ourselves and others, instead or cursing. Then I believe we can make real changes, instead of complaining about things we don't understand how we've contributed to their negative effects.
Peace and NO GREASE (because that's nasty),
Saturday, June 7, 2014
I will never demonize religion. Make fun of its staggering ability to take itself too seriously, yes. Demonize it? No. I believe that the Universe helps us learn no matter what the medium. Wisdom is wisdom.
I used to be Christian. I used to be Jewish. Both had their high points. After I had seen the evidence that my spirit was bigger than any religion, I no longer subscribed to them.
However, seven years ago, I went through one of the darkest periods of my life. My being was vomiting out A LOT OF BS, and I had very little hope in myself. One night, very late, I couldn't sleep, so I turned on the television. I flipped through the channels, and came across one that featured Joel Osteen, a Christian preacher, speaking on hope and faith. At first I was about to change the channel--I'm not Christian, I thought to myself--but I was drawn in, and the message was so powerful, it eventually brought me to tears.
Listen, I could talk about the corruption behind any major figure in the world (trust me, they've all got some), but at that moment, I was shown that sometimes, beliefs don't matter. What matters is that you walk away with what's important for you to grow.
This is what the leaders and participants of organized religions, if they haven't already, need to learn. Once all religions realize that they're all part of a prism that looks at the same Creator, but interprets this Creator through different perspectives, we can share an unprecedented level of peace that our society has known (at least in the last few millenia).
BUT THAT'S JUST ME.
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Monday, June 2, 2014
I'm of a mind that we demonize words too much. For example, if I use the word 'tittie' in my post, especially in appreciation of a woman's breasts, I'm sure there would be a lot of people who create negative realities in their field, and attempt to, in the reality they consider true, to project that onto me. But it seems, that men are attracted to tits for a reason...I'm thinking it might be evolutionary lol. But there is a Sumerian word, TIIT, which means "That which is life". Sumer is the oldest known civilization of this societal era, which means that much of the culture we have today is more or less rooted in Sumerian ways. I say more or less because Sumer is a branch of even older cultures and civilizations of even more ancient eras.
Anyway, back to the point. I think the word TIIT is where the words 'tit(s)' and 'tittie(s)' come from. I remember when I first learned of this ancient word in a David Icke book, and said to myself, "how fitting that we call them tits!" Do they not give and nourish life to young developing humans?
To sum up, TITs are life!