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 More Prophets2002-12-06 23:59
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Another great day at the Prophets Conference in Palm Springs. Several remarkable physicists for one thing. All delivering, based on straight science, the message that the world of separate, inert, solid objects and separate minds, is all a superficial illusion. In reality, the deeper you go into smaller particles, the more everything is inter-connected and interacting with everything else, and it is all non-local, meaning across all space and time, essentially. The profound consequences of this has not yet been widely understood, particularly not in areas where it is most needed, like politics. John Hagelin is a quantum physicist and the founder of the Natural Law Party. He is a crystal clear voice for bringing what we've learned about the universe into politics and into how we guide society along. Michio Kaku is a physics professor and equally brilliant in explaining complex things really simply, and applying the wisdom across disciplines. He points out that it is not enough to know that everything is one (a unified field) at the deepest level. That's pretty much a given by now. What makes a difference is whether there is harmony between the pieces or not. Are we in harmony with the planet we're living on?

Russell Targ is also a physicist. He was one of the key players in the U.S. government's remote viewing program carried out for many years for the CIA. He did a simple, unscientific remote viewing test with the audience and we did relatively well. The key point, and the hardest part, is the ability to quiet one's mind. And the next point is to take the psychic impressions that appear when one focuses on the target, without succumbing to the temptation to guess, or analyze, or interpret. Typically the real stuff is the stuff one is surprised about, and that one hasn't seen before.

Stanislav Grof talked about his many years of research into non-ordinary states of mind. That is, more fluid, altered states of mind, where one has access to faculties one normally doesn't. Through hallucinogenics, meditation, breathing, ritual, sensory deprivation etc. It started back in the good old days when pharmaceutical companies would send out LSD as product samples to doctors, suggesting they might try it out and see what would happen. Mostly that led to a long exploration into what consciousness is.

The day ended with a small rave party of sorts. Drumming, dancing, stilt walkers, video from the Burning Man Opera and more.

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7 Dec 2002 @ 06:04 by betadolphi : Prophet's conference question from newpe
dear sir, I am new to this site. I believe that my husband and i have the same prophetic information many have been receiving and are happy to hook up. Please have a look at our information on new civilizaiton site as we joined yesterday. www.geocities.com/betadolphin Will you be so kind as to advise if I should keep the site just about Ekotecture and edit out the art and yoga? ThanksJKB  

7 Dec 2002 @ 13:01 by sharie : Quantum Physics, Mystic Phenomena....
Hi Ming, thanks for the post. Sounds like you had a great time.

I attended a lot of seminars on the power of the mind over the years.

I did my post-graduate work was in Quantum Physics, Mystic Phenomena and Ancient Scriptures - including research into alternative perspectives on chemistry like Walter Russell's Chart of the Elements and so on.

I loved how you put it: "separate, inert, solid objects and separate minds, is all a superficial illusion". It's true. We are one with the earth and sky. We are the oceans and the stars. We are the universe. We are each other.

As I began to see our immense potentials, I decided to do my Master's work in Human Potential. In the process, I saw that we cannot reach our immense potentials until we first have *the Sacredness of well-being". Being our ultimate self is *sacred*. To be our true self we must first be well, be healthy, be nurtured. Sick people (living in a sick culture) cannot be their full potential. It just doesn't happen.

So I decided to go into Organizational Psychology. I did my Doctorate in Psychology, became a Professor of Psychology and a Forensic Psychologist. When I saw how warped the whole system was, I got out. I didn't see any way it could be fixed. We simply have to start all over... with a new value system, new objectives, and new goals. Professionally, the big money can be tempting, but you sacrifice your soul and your integrity for it, and I chose not to do that.

The answer is to create a whole new culture, society, values, goals, and objectives.

The existing culture is self-destructing. Thanks for the Hagelin link. I haven't looked that over in a long time.  

7 Dec 2002 @ 15:51 by ming : betadolphi
JKB, well, it depends on whether you're ok with everybody knowing the range of things you're into. Potentially you might have people who'd be very interested in your Ekotecture, but who might get distracted by hearing about dolphin dream yoga. I don't think it is a big problem either way.  

7 Dec 2002 @ 15:59 by ming : New Culture
Sharie, yeah, I think the answer is to create a whole new culture. But I think it might be emerging in the same place as the old one, so one day we might just notice that it has replaced the old one, without too much of a fight.  

8 Dec 2002 @ 16:36 by sharie : The emerging civilization
That's a hopeful thought.

What about the corporate conglomerates amassing ownership of the global food supply and global seed supply? How do you see that being replaced?

What about the warmongers? How do you see them giving up their greed?

I'd really like to see that transition. I do see a new civilization emerging. I'm not at all clear how. Will it be critical mass? Hundredth monkey? Telepathic awareness that leaves everyone *knowing* and no one falling for the deception? What?  

8 Dec 2002 @ 16:48 by bushman : Hmm
How about this answer. Big corperations wont have very many employees to choose from, war mongers cant monger with out people to monger for them, as for the good seed , trust me , many people are storing the native seed on thier own. It's all falling into place, a new infastructure of thought is replacing the old. Sure there will still be places that must depend on the old system, but enevitably the new thought's will disolve the old, and hybrid type communitys will evolve, and phase out all thats left of the old ways.  

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23 Dec 2014 @ 18:03 by Lara @ : MenEupKSzS
Tomorrow I will take a walk at the New Jersey Palisades and I will carry a memory of this viuasl and aural meditation, as it seamlessly leads me from the urban to the pastoral. I am so taken by the exquisite detail, the way the eye of the camera leads me not to a place but to an awareness. Thank you. I hope you will continue to create more and more work in this spirit.  

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