WISDOM! Is that Enlightenment?

WISDOM! Is that Enlightenment?
Quote: "Wisdom knows this. Wisdom is not thinking about how to manipulate affairs so that events work out in its favour. Wisdom performs none of this. Wisdom just knows that we are being manipulated. To stay connected to wisdom through awareness, we need simply to stay in the moment. This involves doing NOTHING. This involves NO PRAYERS, NO MEDITATION, NO MANTRAS, NO RITUALS, NO JOINING,… NO THING. All practices, be they MEDITATIVE or PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES, are exercises in remaining OUT OF THE ONE ETERNAL MOMENT. This is not to say that meditating is bad or wrong, just as physical activity is not bad or wrong. There is no such thing as good or bad, or right or wrong. However, these exercises avail no benefit in reconnecting to the wisdom state. Only emotional detachment, which is to place NO REAL WORTH or REAL VALUE in anything 3 dimensional, is true reconnection to reality. There is no such thing as TIME and SPACE, and to enter into activities where you confess, and admit, disconnection from wisdom, simply by entering into that activity whereby you hope to reconnect to wisdom, (or as some call it, ENLIGHTENMENT), then you have not RECONNECTED WITH your original WISDOM STATE." (Enlightenment is a luciferian term that sounds and seems to speak of reconnection to wisdom, however wisdom and enlightenment have nothing in common). - IM Nuff Said!

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Is The United States Of America the Greatest Country In The World?

The Newsroom Season 1 Episode 1 The Newsroom first opening scene (Jeff Daniels ) Will McAvoy : Script from video... Jeff Daniels said: "Fine. Sharon, the NEA is a loser. Yeah, it accounts for a penny out of our paychecks, but he gets to hit you with it anytime he wants. It doesn't cost money, it costs votes. It costs airtime and column inches. You know why people don't like liberals? Because they lose. If liberals are so fuckin' smart, how come they lose so GODDAM ALWAYS! And with a straight face, you're going to tell students that America's so starspangled awesome that we're the only ones in the world who have freedom? Canada has freedom, Japan has freedom, the UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Australia, Belgium has freedom. Two hundred seven sovereign states in the world, like 180 of them have freedom. And you... sorority girl. Yeah, just in case you accidentally wander into a voting booth one day, there are some things you should know, and one of them is that there is absolutely no evidence to support the statement that we're the greatest country in the world. We're seventh in literacy, twenty-seventh in math, twenty-second in science, forty-ninth in life expectancy, 178th in infant mortality, third in median household income, number four in labor force, and number four in exports. We lead the world in only three categories: number of incarcerated citizens per capita, number of adults who believe angels are real, and defense spending, where we spend more than the next twenty-six countries combined, twenty-five of whom are allies. None of this is the fault of a 20-year-old college student, but you, nonetheless, are without a doubt, a member of the WORST-period-GENERATION-period-EVER-peri­od, so when you ask what makes us the greatest country in the world, I don't know what the fuck you're talking about? Yosemite? We sure used to be. We stood up for what was right! We fought for moral reasons, we passed and struck down laws for moral reasons. We waged wars on poverty, not poor people. We sacrificed, we cared about our neighbors, we put our money where our mouths were, and we never beat our chest. We built great big things, made ungodly technological advances, explored the universe, cured diseases, and cultivated the world's greatest artists and the world's greatest economy. We reached for the stars, and we acted like men. We aspired to intelligence; we didn't belittle it; it didn't make us feel inferior. We didn't identify ourselves by who we voted for in the last election, and we didn't scare so easy. And we were able to be all these things and do all these things because we were informed. By great men, men who were revered. The first step in solving any problem is recognizing there is one-America is not the greatest country in the world anymore."

Saturday, February 15, 2014

The Golden Gate Bridge - The Great Flood Hasn't Happened Yet!

- Writings from the IlluminatiMatrix -

"Just below we have a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge. This is the Gateway to the Golden State. This is very close to the location of the California Gold Rush. The Gold Rush began at Sutter’s Mill around 1848-1855. The name of this mill is symbolic in the illuminati agenda.Sutter should be pronounced Suitor as in someone who has romantic intentions towards another. In this case it is lucifer who is going after its bride (humanity). The mill idea is symbolic of the threshing floor of old testament times. The most significant threshing floor was the one located on the top of the little mountain called Mount Moriah. This is the exact location of the Hebrew Temple and at the present time, the Islamic Dome of the Rock. It is where the grain (the elite elect of the world) gets separated from the chaff (the rest of us commoners). So it is, that through the fabricated Islamic terrorism notion, humanity is being separated from its’ sanity. We are being driven into an incredibly deep state of hypnosis. This threshing floor of Mount Moriah is also where the illuminati take their current name of Moriah Conquering Wind. For it is that in old threshing techniques, the grain was thrown into the air and the wind was used to separate the grain from the chaff. We are being separated for consumption by the serpent race. Let’s now take a look at the word WIND.

WIND = WIN – Death. Not such a pleasant thought.
WIND = WIND with a long vowel sound on the letter I. We are being wound up in the serpent’s coil. The electro-magnetic coil of repetitious deceit.

The people rushing to get gold were called “forty-niners”. Forty nine is of course, seven 7′s. A combination of numbers that highlights the completion idea to the extreme. The year the rush ended – 1855 – again is symbolically referring to the manipulation of humanity with the two 5′s. Two more highly symbolic numbers with luciferian intent.

Notice how the bridge picture above is red in colour. This symbolizes the blood of ritual sacrifices to lucifer. Remember that, whenever you see red, you’re looking at blood. Blood is the food or metal of the gods, which in turn is gold. The people in charge of picking the colour and the design of this bridge knew the luciferian symbolism which needed to be attached for the illuminati plan to succeed. There are also 128 lamps on the bridge. Lamps are symbols of the eternal flame of satanic groups. That would make 64 on each side. 64 is 8 eight’s. This is the number of total and complete control as seen in the Freedom Tower design.

There are 2 pillars holding the bridge up. These are symbolic of the pillars at the front of the Hebrew Temple as were the two World Trade Centre towers. (And, as you will shortly see, the towers of the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver). Each pillar has 4 openings above the span and 2 openings below. Notice the 2 openings below have X’s in them. This is symbolic of the intersecting (sex ritual) lines of the zodiac circle. The 4 openings above the span are symbolic of the 4 seasons of the zodiac circle. This symbolizes the fullness of time for the illuminati agenda. The four openings also symbolize a LADDER as in ascending (or descending) to the eternal state. The bridge span is also a suspension bridge. What we will shortly be witnessing is the suspense of the sun god.SUSPENSION = SUSPENSE – SUN. Furthermore, the cables symbolize the ark of the sun rising. Don’t mind that they’re upside down. Reverse or mirrored symbology is even better for the serpent thinker, so whenever they can slip it in, the more chance of success.

The photograph immediately above is of the Transamerica Building in the Financial District of San Francisco. Again, another building in yet another financial district. It is 853 feet high and was built between 1968 and 1972. These are some of the same years that the World Trade Centre was being constructed. This is another highly symbolic building, not only for its pyramid deity shape but for its name. The reptilian god lucifer has named it Transamerica. This is in obvious reference to the TRANCE that America has been placed in. A building the shape of an Egyptian pyramid is sitting right in the middle of the city facing the Golden Gate where the messiah is supposed to come through and ultimately setting off an earthquake – all this in the middle of one of the highest earthquake zones in the world – and the people don’t see it. Even when the building is designed to be one of the most earthquake proof buildings on the planet, the people don’t see it.

Take a good long look at this Trance Building. Does it remind you of some other building we’ve looked at on these pages? Of course, it is a simpler single version of the new Freedom Tower. The Freedom Tower incorporates two interlocking pyramids which creates an 8 sided form in the centre of the building. This trance building is simply a fore-shadowing of the Freedom Tower to come in 2011. This Trance Building has 1500 people a day come to work. The Freedom Tower is 1500 feet tall to the roofline. The Trance Building is 853 feet tall, when doubled (remember the Freedom Tower is 2 of these Trance Buildings) is 1706 feet high. This is 70 feet less than the combined height of the Freedom Tower with its 276 foot high spire. This missing 70 feet symbolizes the time alotted to declare the new world order. That time being September 11th, 1941 – the Pentagon sod turning – to September 11th, 2011 (or thereabouts), when the Freedom Tower will be opened.

In the photograph below, a peculiar charcteristic becomes obvious with the sign posted on the Golden Gate Bridge. Suicides are rampant on illuminati sponsored structures. The Eiffel Tower was suicide prone until a barricade was put in place. The Empire State building, which was opened in 1931, was also prone to many suicides, until yet another barrier was put in place. (The Empire State building also holds a significant place in the80 years alotted to take complete control of humanity on behalf of the luciferian agenda).

Here we see that the Golden Gate Bridge is also suicide prone. On average, 1 person jumps every 15 days from this structure. 15 is the number associated most strongly with the deity. It seems the deity lucifer enjoys a meal of humanity at least once every 15 days. Unlike the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building, the people of San Francisco do not want a barrier to stop the jumpers.

This is the Zion Gate of the illuminati agenda. This is the Shekhinah Glory. It’s all a complete fabrication that has manipulated humanity for thousands of years. And this is the Old City Wall of Jerusalem – the City of Peace – the See of Peace, and this is the Pacific Ocean – the See of Peace." - IM

                                         Enjoy! - Peace Out - JediTheOne

Friday, January 31, 2014

Peace and Love for ONE!

It has been 9 months since doing a post on this blog. It's time to share here once again. On this site, I have usually tried to present and express helpful Human Healing Information, Knowledge, Wisdom and Exposing the Elites. Now it's time for AWAKING & CHANGE through what humans refer to as LOVE.

Go in peace my brothers and sisters, and remember we are not we, we are "ONE".
- Love from Jedi
The Quest for Personal Freedom
"The quest of a Spiritual Warrior is for Personal Freedom. Personal Freedom means freedom from fear, illusions, and the fear based beliefs in the mind. In essence it means to win the war over the beliefs in the mind. It is with Personal Freedom that we are free of the human condition of emotional suffering. Spiritual traditions around the world have their own names for this state of awareness including nirvana and heaven. It is a state that is simply described as living your life with unconditional love, gratitude, and respect, for your self, and for others."
The Challenge of a Spiritual Warrior
"Don Miguel refers to some of these challenges throughout the book. However, in the excitement of the Truth in what don Miguel writes, people often overlook where he points out that this endeavor is not easy. The agreements may be simple, but he never says they are easy to keep.
At the same time living the Four Agreements has taken me on the most rewarding and profound journey of happiness and fulfillment beyond anything I could have imagined. The hard work in the beginning is rewarded to me in every interaction every day of my life. This is a very big return for a small investment of time and effort.
Don Miguel refers to people who decide to adopt the Four Agreements and create love and happiness in their life as Spiritual Warriors. It is Spiritual because it is about living your Life. It is also referred to as a war because you are challenging the old fear based beliefs in your mind. It will take more than a week and a half to break free of fear, the tyranny of the inner judge, and old emotional habits. There will be some battles lost along the way, but that is of minor concern in the longer term strategy of creating happiness in your life."

Living the Four Agreements: A life changing Journey

"In the best selling book The Four Agreements don Miguel Ruiz gives four principles to practice in order to create love and happiness in your life. Adopting and committing to these agreements is simple. Actually living and keeping these Four Agreements can  be one of the hardest things  you will ever do. It can also be one of the most life changing things you will ever do.
As you practice living these four practices your life will dramatically change. In the beginning these new habits will be challenging and you will lapse countless times. With practice these agreements become integrated into your being and every area of your life and become easy habits to keep.
The Four Agreements are:
1. Be Impeccable with your Word: Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the Word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your Word in the direction of truth and love.
2. Don’t Take Anything Personally
Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering.
3. Don’t Make Assumptions
Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama. With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.
4. Always Do Your Best
Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best, and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret.
Understanding how to Integrate and Live the practices
Upon reading don Miguel’s wisdom many people have their eyes opened to a new possibility for living life. They get excited when they see the potential for happiness, love, and respect with themselves and their relationships. What they fail to see is the challenges and resistance the mind will have to living just one of the agreements. Don Miguel briefly mentions these challenges in his book, but people fixate on the four chapters with the agreements and seem to miss these other important points. This is often the set up for expectations that lead to disappointment and frustration.
During our early life we began making agreements. Our parents rewarded us when we did what they wanted and they punished us when we didn’t. We also learned behaviors and habits in school, church, and from other adults and children on the playground. The tools of reward and punishment were often emotional and sometimes physical. The impact of other people’s opinions and reactions to us became a very strong force in the habits we created. In this process we created agreements in our mind of who we should be, what we shouldn’t be, who we were, and who we were not. Over time we learned to live our life based on the agreements in our own mind. We learned to live according to the agreements that came from the opinion of others. In this process of domestication it turns out that the choices we make and the life we live is more driven by the opinions we learned from others than one we would choose on our own.
Why Living the Four Agreements Is Such a Challenge
We have out of years of habit not paid attention to how we express our self. The responses that come out of our mouth are often automatic. They were learned from years of habit living by the agreements we learned. We do not consciously choose our words, or the emotion, tone, and attitude that we express.
Over years our mind has filled with beliefs that generate incessant thinking. In all that thinking we have many assumptions that we are not aware of. We even make the assumption that what we think is true. We imagine and assume what others think of us and how they will react. We also assume that the judgments and self criticisms we have are true. We have learned to make so many assumptions that we aren’t aware of. These assumptions are not the truth. These assumptions and the faith we express in them is just one way that we are not impeccable with our word.
Through our domestication we have also learned to take things personally. We assume that when someone has an opinion about us that their opinion is valid.  Their opinion becomes our belief about our self.   We end up having an emotional reaction to our own belief because  we assumed their opinion it is true.   We can also take personally our own opinions. We take personally our own self judgments. These self judgments are nothing more than an assumption. Over years the mind has developed many habits of making assumptions and taking them personally.
Just because you adopt the Four Agreements doesn’t mean that all these habits in the mind will stop with that commitment.
When you decide to change your life and adopt the Four Agreements you are challenging the beliefs you learned and the habits you practiced since your childhood domestication.
Adopting the Four Agreements creates a conflict in the mind between expressing your self Impeccably with love and your existing fear based beliefs.
Avoiding Double Jeopardy
One of the hidden assumptions that people often make when adopting the Four Agreements is about time. Without awareness the mind makes the assumption that they shouldimmediately be able to keep the Four Agreements 100% of the time. The mind completely ignores that there are already existing agreements and habits of taking things personally that have been in place for years.
With the expectation of the new agreement that we will not break any of the Four Agreements we are set up for failure. We have an emotional reaction and take something personally which feels bad. (but is completely normal part of our old habits) But then the inner judge reprimands us for failing to not take something personally. Now we feel twice as bad. The inner judge tells us that we failed and the voice of the victim in the mind accepts this proposal.
The result is that we are not only upset, but we also feel like a failure. If you just look at your emotional state at this point it will seem like things are getting worse instead of better. It can seem like attempting to keep the Four Agreements is causing more problems and making you feel worse.
If you are aware that you are judging your self for taking something personally, you can feel even worse.  Your inner judge might use that awareness to judge and reject your self for judging your self for taking something personally. In the beginning the myriad of voices in your head are likely to use your new found awareness as material for self judgment.  This is when the fourth agreement, Always Do Your Best, is most important.  It gives you immunity from self judgment.  Your best isn’t perfect practice of these agreements on day one.  Your best will include a lot of stumbling in the beginning and  improve over time as you practice.  Just like walking, learning a language, or playing a sport, you can’t play at top level on your first day learning.

In actuality the problem is not that you adopted the Four Agreements. Nor is the problem that you are a failure. What is really happening is that you are having an awakening. You are waking up to how your mind makes assumptions, has emotional reactions, and is so quick to make self judgments. These realizations about the belief system in your mind are not usually pleasant but are part of an awakening. It is usually uncomfortable realization, but through it your awareness is growing.
With some more awareness and practice you can move beyond this uncomfortable awakening about the mind. You will come to see that it is not You that is judging your self for failing. It is the inner judge. With practice you will see the ridiculous expectations and assumptions for what they are and not feel like a failure when you lapse in your journey to impeccability. This comes as you gain more awareness and gain more personal power over your agreements."
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"Gary van Warmerdam" is a Guide for individuals seeking a life of Love, Gratitude, and freedom from fear and judgments. He has spent over 15 years personally studying and learning from don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements and other best selling books. He is available for personal coaching.