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Ah… mind… thoughts… such a splendid thing… catching itself again and again, trying to cease itself and then realising that it can’t and it doesn’t; it just won’t die. And then it laughs at itself, and then it doesn’t bother, and then it laughs again, and then it tries again… a never ending cycle; as if, there is simply a recording playing itself out, again and again… a catching game, so to speak.

So what is the difference between now and then? Simply, a choice. A choice now to choose, with awareness in wisdom, in love—as Wisdom, As Love… as the Nothing manifesting itself into that Something manifested at its End and at the same time, returning back to Nothing. Simply, a process with no beginning and no end.

It is really, quite karmically funny… and if you have noticed… that too, is thought. 🙂

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I am, but
permanently impermanent
vibrating, creating
a passing hallucination
moulding, dissapating
consistently inconsistent

try to grasp
it would have slipped away
attempt another
and there it goes again
meeting an instance
only to break away
to come back again
and to disappear once more

each instance
only better
only brighter
expand expanding expanded
contract contracting contracted

all happening ceaselessly
in a cycle
in a process
as The Process
Simple Process
of What Is
Permanently Impermanent

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Oh ye soul!
Choosing concepts over beloveds
have you no wonder
not noticed
loving simply is
simple.

Moving in, moving out
time together, time alone
meanings onto each act
breaking down the unbreakable
justifying the impossible.

Have you no wonder
not noticed
in any act anyway
save for holding on
save for expectations
save for ye own needs unfulfilled
deeming hope
yet an apparent separation
from a conclusion made deemed apparable
ending in resentment, hurt and anger…

See ye soul!
Wake up!
How the gift of choice
set abinding instead of freeing
of unconscious concepts over
whoever deemed beloveds.

See ye soul!
See clearly!
How you have ‘left’ another without leaving
how you have ceased love before it ceases, if it ever could
how you have ‘killed’ ye beloveds before the beloveds would have died.

The beloved is dead to you
not because she is
but because you are dead, imagining you are alive
oh wake up ye soul! Wake up!
Your beloveds awaits patiently
for your Rebirth!

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Grief is a natural emotion. It’s that part of you which allows you to say goodbye when you don’t want to say goodbye; to express—push out, propel—the sadness within you at the experience of any kind of loss. It could be the loss of a loved one, or the loss of a contact lens.

When you are allowed to express your grief, you get rid of it. Children who are allowed to be sad when they are sad feel very healthy about sadness when they are adults, and therefore usually move through their sadness very quickly.

Children who are told, “There, there, don’t cry,” have a hard time crying as adults. After all, they’ve been told all their life not to do that. So they repress their grief.

Grief that is continually repressed becomes chronic depression, a very unnatural emotion.

People have killed because of chronic depression. Wars have started, nations have fallen.

Anger is a natural emotion. It is the tool you have which allows you to say, “No, thank you.” It does not have to be abusive, and it never has to be damaging to another.

When children are allowed to express their anger, they bring a very healthy attitude about it to their adult years, and therefore usually move through their anger very quickly.

Children who are made to feel that their anger is not okay—that it is wrong to express it, and in fact, that they shouldn’t even experience it—will have a difficult time appropriately dealing with their anger as adults.

Anger that is continually repressed becomes rage, a very unnatural emotion.

People have killed because of rage. Wars have started, nation have fallen.

Envy is a natural emotion. It is the emotion that makes a five-year-old wish he could reach the doorknob the way his sister can—or ride that bike. Envy is the natural emotion that makes you want to do it again; to try harder; to continue striving until you succeed. It is very healthy to be envious, very natural. When children are allowed to express their envy, they bring a very healthy attitude about it to their adult years, and therefore usually move through their envy very quickly.

Children who are made to feel that envy is not okay—that it is wrong to express it, and, in fact, that they shouldn’t even experience it—will have a difficult time appropriately dealing with their envy as adults.

Envy that is continually repressed becomes jealousy, a very unnatural emotion.

People have killed because of jealousy. Wars have started, nations have fallen.

Fear is a natural emotion. All babies are born with only two fears: the fears of falling, and the fear of loud noises. All other fears are learned responses, brought to the child by its environment, taught to the child by its parents. The purpose of natural fear is to build in a bit of caution. Caution is a tool that helps keep the body alive. It is an outgrowth of love. Love of Self.

Children who are made to feel that fear is not okay—that it is wrong to express it, and in fact, that they shouldn’t even experience it—will have a difficult time appropriately dealing with their fear as adults.

Fear that is continually repressed becomes panic, a very unnatural emotion.

People have killed because of panic. Wars have started, nations have fallen.

Love is a natural emotion. When it is allowed to be expressed, and received, by a child, normally and naturally without limitation or condition, inhibition or embarrassment, it does not require anything more. For the joy of love expressed and received in this way is sufficient unto itself. Yet love which has been conditioned, limited, warped by rules and regulations, rituals and restrictions, controlled, manipulated, and withheld, becomes unnatural.

Children who are made to feel that their natural love is not okay—that it is wrong to express it, and in fact, that they shouldn’t even experience it—will have a difficult time appropriately dealing with love as adults.

Love that is continually repressed becomes possessiveness, a very unnatural emotion.

People have killed because of possessiveness. Wars have started, nations have fallen.

And so it is that the natural emotions, when repressed, product unnatural reactions and responses. And most natural emotions are repressed in most people. Yet these are your friends. There are your gifts. These are your divine tools, with which to craft your experience.

You are given these tools at birth. They are to help you negotiate life.

~ Excerpts from Conversations with God, Book Three by Neale Donald Walsch ~

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If you are ever going to love
Love me now while I can know
The sweet and tender feelings
Which from true affection flow
Love me now while I am living
Do not wait until I am gone
And then have it chiselled in marble
Sweet words on ice-cold stone
If you have tender thoughts of me
Please let me know now
If you wait until I am sleeping
There will be death between us
And I will not hear you then
So if you love me, even a little bit
Let me know while I am living
So that I can treasure it

Your loving mum

*replicated by a loving mum to her beautiful daughter; also a reminder to us, to fully express love freely at any given time and place without hesitation, doubt and fear… Thank you MA*

~ originally written by the mother of Dr. Chris Anthon to himself ~

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It’s an old video, but it’s okay.

Forgetting enlightenment and awakening for a while;
we are indeed the World, the Children.

Remembering the survivors in Japan,
thriving to survive, as to exist,
though in surrender;
the tireless rescue workers thriving the same, to save lives –
where the lover meets the beloved,
locked-in eyes,
and smiles that shows the rejoice when both or more are found.

The Self is for this – to exist,
with little value that brings much value to the World –

an existence of Love, in completion,
arising moment to moment, ceaselessly.

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Misunderstood, to be understood;
Disengaged, to be engaged,
Once again…

What a journey…

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