Belief

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Beliefs are like software programs that determine the outcome of our lives. These programs determine the quality and type of lives that we live. If we are living beneath our potential and our goals are not within reach, it could be due to faulty programming or belief systems that we adhere to.
Replace the old beliefs/ programming with new ones. It is difficult to build skyscraper buildings on faulty inadequate foundations. What do you believe? How is it working for you? A new level of consciousness cannot be laid in incompatible operating systems.
be·lief
bəˈlēf/
noun
  1. an acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists.
    “his belief in the value of hard work”
  2. trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something.
    “a belief in democratic politics”
    synonyms: faithtrustrelianceconfidencecredence

    “belief in the value of hard work”

My Truth:

Once I began to get rid of beliefs that no longer served me, 1) I began to take a path that leads outside the matrix, 2)  my life began to be fresh and exciting again! 3) The quality of my life improved and as I evolved 4) the scope of my enlightenment expanded. The possibilities for me are infinite.

Thank you for reading. Post a comment. Authentic thoughts are thoughts that are genuine and sincerely expressed. Authentic thoughts reverberate with other authentic individuals so they have an irresistible urge to ponder or respectfully respond from their own unique perspective.

In peace and light,

Dr. Free

 

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Thoughts are Things

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Modern day “Physicists” have noted the fact that Matter is thought, vibrating at a lower frequency.

Heru, Dr.Neb (2011-11-15T22:58:59). How Thoughts Become Things (Master Your Destiny Book 1) (Kindle Location 35). A Nu Awareness Publishing. Kindle Edition.

 

Looking Within

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As I spoke with a street artist yesterday I  was reminded of the source of truth, inspiration, and knowledge for personal living.  As humans being in this society we are conditioned to look without or outside ourselves for enlightenment and understanding about matters of our lives.

However, it’s important to understand the details that we search for will arise from within us if we allow them to arise.

The people that we encounter, the books we read and the truth we hear from the spiritual wells of others are only to serve as reminders and confirmation of our own truth. In this time-space reality of Earth, we forget our true essence and power and have to be reminded of our brilliance and magnificence as a reflection of the Creator, Universal Power,  and The Source.

As we are reminded, it is up to us to determine what we do with the revelations we receive as we create our reality. Whatever we choose to do or not do, (respond or not respond) in the moment, is shaping the reality we exist in.

Family, follow your heart, the heart’s vibration has great significance in our journey. Our personal intuition and gut reactions should never be ignored. Our intuition is our own personal navigation system, even when the direction may not be clear about where or what we are headed toward. The contrast in our experiences will keep us on the right path. All unfolds just as it should. Remain sensitive to your ancestors or spirit guides prompting.  Welcome their activity in your life. They are always for you! They want to see you succeed. As you stand in your own truth and honor your own voice they will always have your back. Always remember every being’s path is unique. It’s supposed to look different! Its supposed to be different! That is what makes our journey’s magically beautiful.

It is my greatest hope that this provided you with what you need today as you move forward on your abundant path. Thank you so much for reading. Thank you, Ancestors, for prompting me to share the post. I am grateful for your assistance and guidance in my life. I’m sending love to you all.

Post a comment. Authentic thoughts are thoughts that are genuine and sincerely expressed. Authentic thoughts reverberate with other authentic individuals so they have an irresistible urge to ponder or respectfully respond from their own unique perspective.

In peace and light,

Dr. Free

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons Learned

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You are not here to be perfect human beings, but you are here to learn the lessons necessary for your soul’s evolution.

Kute Blackson

 

 

My truth:

Recently an old friend told me about his recent relationship break-up. It was obvious that he had made a serious commitment. He sold the house he owned and moved in with his then significant companion.  When he told me about the break up I responded by asking him what he learned about himself. He seemed insulted that I asked. He said you mean what did I learn about her! I thought to myself he’s going to have to do that one again.

I agree with Blackson.  None of us are perfect people as the world defines perfection. We all came here to learn. The most valuable lessons are learned when we make “mistakes” not when we get it all right. Mistakes lead to lessons learned that brings forth personal evolution. Therefore, let’s seize the opportunities–try, and even if we seem to fail we’ve still won as long as we learn the lesson.

Thank you for reading.

Post a comment. Authentic thoughts are thoughts that are genuine and sincerely expressed. Authentic thoughts reverberate with other authentic individuals so they have an irresistible urge to ponder or respectfully respond from their own unique perspective.

In peace and light,

Dr. Free

 

 

Spiritual Alchemy

 

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Taking the time to invest in yourself and your own personal development is priceless and if you take the leap, the Universe will respond accordingly. But we must be willing to create the magic in our lives and become the conscious creators we were meant to be, rather than wishing and wanting for the outside world to bring us peace. The act of looking inward rather than out will show us hidden recipes for success if we are just willing to look. Spiritual Alchemists are not letting hard times defeat them, but are rather using hardships, sorrow, fear, and struggle as fuel and mixing courage with creativity to develop etheric means of positive, empowered living.

So, we’ve learned that Spiritual Alchemy isn’t so much about control as it is awareness. Once you are aware of your personal power over your own life and “step up to show up” where life is calling you to develop, build on and share your gifts with the world, you by default lose your fear of not being enough, not having enough and not doing enough because you are full with the potential for creating Elemental Excellence in your life!  The fear becomes excitement, the sense of loss or resentment becomes growth and gratitude and life will only then continue to show for YOU in abundant ways right back… Remember it’s never what we think about; it is how we FEEL about what we think about!

Tamara Rant

My truth:

The alchemists of old were interested in creating gold from base metal. For me today spiritual alchemy is the magical transformation of suffering into consciousness. Alchemy is about transforming the worst situation into the best for myself while not allowing it to affect my internal condition. Alchemy keeps me in alignment with my higher self so that goodness and abundance is manifested.

Thank you for reading.

Post a comment. Authentic thoughts are thoughts that are genuine and sincerely expressed. Authentic thoughts reverberate with other authentic individuals so they have an irresistible urge to ponder or respectfully respond from their own unique perspective.

In peace and light,

Dr. Free

 

True Meaning of Consciousness

 

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The second definition of consciousness is more about embracing an identity without navigating our way through the world without the explicit rudder of culture. In fact, in the May issue of the Oracle 20/20 Magazine, Patrick Paul Garlinger states in his article Consciousness Without Identity,

“that efforts at defining ourselves as an identity are never sufficient to the task of understanding who we are.  Our identities are always partial claims to the fullness of our being. The truth of who we are—the infinite self, or divine being, occupying a human body in this world—is not dependent on these identities.” Further, he says “because our egos believe our identities are necessary to our survival, we tend to cling to our identities and defend them constantly. Our sense of identity becomes a mechanism of defending our existence, and our claim to belonging in this world. In that way, our identity is always being scrutinized for where it is being undermined or disrespected, where boundaries are being crossed, where we are not being seen in and through that identity as we have constructed it. Identities place us in a constant state of vigilance, looking to where we are not seen and therefore do not exist, which is why there is a constant outrage of our identities…In an enlightened world, the ego operates in separation and that seeks to eliminate difference would no longer be the dominant consciousness. All differences—not just the categories we currently recognize and hold onto –would be respected. And if we were living in an enlightened state, we would regard other people’s differences as equally valid expressions of the infinite possibilities that a human form can take. For as you awaken and let go of the survivalist mentality that characterizes most of humanity, then other’s differences are no longer threatening to you and yours are not threatening to them.  But if you were validated already, and you were not seen for your identity, but because however, you express your own humanity was recognized as a valid expression of the divine, then there would be no need for defense.”

As I read the article several questions went through my mind. My truth is I have more questions than answers at this stage of my journey.

(1) I do not know his personal history. However, as a man with European features is it easier for him to talk about separating from identity when it is probable that he was never robbed of his identity or longed to now it fully? Some in the conscious community would even argue that as a European his own culture is not genuine but one created by borrowing from the culture of others. However, that argument has some obvious holes in it.

2) As an oppressed African-American in this country colonization destroyed the identity of culture that I could never fully embrace in this country. As I awakened, I did so through knowledge of self and that pathway for me led back to Kemet a few years back. Nonetheless, recently I heard a leading conscious teacher state that people often refer to Kemet as the apex of Africa in civilization but Kemet was actually at its decline then. So,  as the first humans in the Earth, direct descendants of God, there was no need for the same identities used today especially before African exploration and eventual European colonization. (Africans were the only ones here and according to the facts existed in a higher state of human form demonstrating greater abilities). Therefore, what was identity like for African people before Kemet as direct descendants of The Creator?

3) Is it possible to exist successfully in today’s society without adhering to certain identities? If so what does that look like in practice? If not, what are acceptable boundaries and expectations in respect to these identities? What guidelines determine how these boundaries are created? Who’s right? Who’s wrong and why?

4) How does respect for identities affect our practice and understanding of the universal law of oneness? The law of oneness says everything that exists seen and unseen are connected to each other, inseparable from each other to a field of divine oneness. Divine all-knowing, the matrix, pure consciousness or universal mind energy, sometimes also known as Life Force or God. Everything is one.

5) If we respectfully regard other people’s differences as equally valid expressions of the infinite possibilities that a human form can take regardless of what they are, does that lead to unity or chaos especially when we consider the societal foundations that are already in place? Further, has the time come to redefine identities and labels in today’s society so that personal evolution as a society is more accessible?

Perhaps consciousness can be defined not as totally one or the other but is inclusive in some way of both definitions.

Garlinger closes that article by stating,

“We do not live in an enlightened world…consider this call to hold them more gently. As we progress on the spiritual path, as we deepen our relationship to the Divine, we come to worry less about self-preservation. The natural result of that shift in our minds is that our grip on our identities loosens and softens. As we awaken to our true nature, as utterly perfect and divine creations capable of living in unity with the rest of the world, we can regard our identities as a kind of stepping stone, as a way of claiming our place in the world until we realize that we no longer need to claim it in that way. We do not need to claim them as a life raft…see them as temporary expressions of who we are right now, recognizing that bound or limited by those identities…we belong in this world, we—and all of our many differences.”

I respectfully say to Garlinger thank you for writing the article and causing me to think Hopefully, I will have the opportunity to be a part of a meaningful conversation that leads to personal answers that satisfy my curiosity as well as gaining some personal growth. I honor Garlinger’s journey. Perhaps he feels the same about me.

Thank you for reading. I would truly enjoy reading about your truth on the topic. Please share your authentic truths with us if you have responses to the questions above, comments, more questions or concerns. Enlighten us.

Authentic thoughts are thoughts that are genuine and sincerely expressed. Authentic thoughts reverberate with other authentic individuals so they have an irresistible urge to ponder or respectfully respond from their own unique perspective.

In peace and light,

Dr. Free

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In peace and light,

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