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"Consciousness shines in various external and internal forms.
There is no existence of objects apart from consciousness.
Therefore the world is simply a form of consciousness."
(Kalikakrama, as quoted in the Shiva Sutras translated by Jaideva Singh)



Sunday, May 28, 2017

The free individual returns from the dead

Freedom isn’t merely an idea. When an individual feels and knows he is free, all sorts of changes take place, even on a physical level:

Brain function increases and quickens. Endocrine levels optimize. The cells of the body awaken to a higher degree, and energy output rises.

From the point of view of the free individual, things are upside down. It is HIS power that is primary, not the monolithic corporate State’s.

From his point of view, what does the social landscape look like?


If you want to spend a disturbing afternoon, read through (and try to fathom) the bewildering blizzard of sub-organizations that make up the European Union. I did. And I emerged with a new definition of insanity. OTO. The Obsession to Organize.

OTO speaks of a bottomless fear that somewhere, someone might be living free.

People tend to think their own power is either a delusion or some sort of abstraction that’s never really experienced. So when the subject is broached, it goes nowhere. It fizzles out. It garners shrugs and looks of confusion. Power? Are you talking about the ability to lift weights?

And therefore, the whole notion of freedom makes a very small impression, because without power, what’s the message of freedom?

Every which way power can be discredited or misunderstood…people will discredit it and misunderstand it.

And then all psychological and physiological and mental and physical and emotional and perceptual and hormonal processes undergo a major downward shift, in order to accommodate to a reality, a space in which the individual has virtually no power at all.

It’s my aim to change all that. This is the basis of my work, and it has been, for the past 30 years.

That’s why I authored my three Matrix collections. Here are the contents of my third collection, Power Outside The Matrix:

Here are the particulars. These are audio presentations. 55 total hours.

* Analyzing Information in the Age of Disinformation (11.5-hours)

* Writer’s Tutorial (8.5-hours)

* Power Outside The Matrix and The Invention of New Reality—creative techniques (6.5-hours)

Then you will receive the following audio presentations I have previously done:

* The Third Philosophy of Imagination (1-hour)

* The Infinite Imagination (3-hours)

* The Mass Projection of Events (1.5-hours)

* The Decentralization of Power (1.5-hours)

* Creating the Future (6-hours)

* Pictures of Reality (6-hours)

* The Real History of America (2-hours)

* Corporations: The New Gods (7.5-hours)

I have included an additional bonus section:

* The complete text (331 pages) of AIDS INC., the book that exposed a conspiracy of scientific fraud deep within the medical research establishment. The book has become a sought-after item, since its publication in 1988. It contains material about viruses, medical testing, and the invention of disease that is, now and in the future, vital to our understanding of phony epidemics arising in our midst (and how to analyze them). I assure you, the revelations in the book will surprise you; they cut much deeper and are more subtle than “virus made in a lab” scenarios.

* A 2-hour radio interview I did on AIDS in Dec 1987 with host Roy Tuckman on KPFK in Los Angeles, California.

* My book, The Secret Behind Secret Societies

(All the audio presentations are mp3 files and the books are pdf files. You download them upon purchase. You’ll receive an email with a link to the entire collection.)

This is about your power. Not as an abstract idea, but as a living core of your being. This is about accessing that power and using it.

Jon Rappoport on May 27, 2017

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Vatican Secrets Decoded

Spokesperson Of Our Nationalist Party Or Good Boy Of England?

The spokesperson of our ruling party, the BJP, had recently given a speech on Foreign Policy in a prestigious University-College in Pune, which is considered to be a premier educational city in India. The spokesperson was also the Nationalist Party’s national General Secretary, and who was also an RSS pracharak. At the outset, he started off by quoting “Lord” Palmerston and Kissinger in his message to the well-heeled students of this college.

“There are no permanent friends” said he……………………”Pragmatism” said he……………………….”Hillary Clinton said Look East”…………….” so India should Look East” said he….

Did no student of this prestigious college, located in India’s premier educational city, ask him any basic question on the history of either Palmerston or Kissinger? If no, they are not fit to be students. Students who do not learn by questioning are not worth the money their parents spend on them.

Does the spokesperson know, or does he not know, that Palmerston is a key figure of the historical British Anti-Russia Policy? Does he, or does he not, know that the Palmerston Doctrine is responsible for all the dreadful wars in Central Asia, including the fragmentation of India? Does he, or does he not, know that Palmerston played a key role in the Opium Wars that devastated the Chinese people? If he does not, his advisory group and his speech-preparers are not fit for their job.

Did no student of International Relations tell the spokesperson that by starting off quoting “Lord” Palmerston and Kissinger and making them the basis of your speech, you are instantly making enemies with both the Russians and the Chinese? If no, they are not fit to study International Relations.

Did no Women present there (including the Lady Principal) remind the BJP spokesperson that Kissinger was the one who had used filthy, unspeakable language against our own Woman Prime Minister (Madam Indira Gandhi) in the context of her protecting India in the 1971 war? Did no Women present there tell him that to quote Kissinger inside India – that too on foreign Policy- would be an appalling insult to Mrs. Indira Gandhi as well as to all the Women of India? If no, these are Women who are not fit to follow the footsteps of Mrs. Indira Gandhi…What a shame on them!

Did no RSS “swayamsevak” politely tell the BJP spokesperson that instead of quoting Palmerston and Kissinger, he ought to quote an Indian Authority on International Relations. Or shamelessly do they admit that we have no such authority at all? At least being a RSS-pracharak he could have quoted Hedgewar or Golwalkar. If no, they are not fit to be “swayamsevaks”…whatever this word might mean.

Did not the head of the RSS, discuss this matter with the spokesperson? If no, the RSS ought to question whether any blood is flowing to its head, unless of course RSS stands for either “Rashtriya-Stupid-Sangh” or for “Royal-Sevak-Sangh of Her Majesty the Queen of England”—which it more likely is; or a combination of both—which it certainly is.

The Defense Minister had attended the birthday party of the RSS head. While spending time with the birthday-boy, did he discuss the matter with head of the RSS? The spokesperson had said in the same speech that China is militarily far ahead of India, is then creating an open enmity with both China and Russia not a concern referable to the Defense Ministry? Should not the Defense Minister take note and correct both the spokesperson and the RSS-chief? If no, who else should be correcting the RSS chief on this?

Did no “Indian-pragmatist” tell this gentleman that suggesting that “India should look East” because “Mrs. Hillary Clinton says so”, may not be so pragmatic after all, since Mrs. Clinton had just lost the election and is potentially facing serious charges? And anyway, shortly thereafter UNESCAP, the UN-controlled body would ask India to start looking west. Did no “Indian-pragmatist” tell this spokesperson that Kissinger had supported everything that Trump had campaigned against, and that he was against everything that Trump had campaigned for? Although of course Kissinger and Trump would finally anyway work together to make America a Great Nation (which it should be), quoting Kissinger at this juncture, could potentially antagonize Trump?

Did no Indian-pragmatist tell this gentleman that the Americans are far more adept at the art of Pragmatism than the Indians are? Pragmatism is for people who know who they are, know what they want, know what they can do, and how to avoid themselves being destroyed by it. It is not for a country or people whose spokesman posits himself on the quotes of “Lord” Palmerston and Kissinger, and suggesting that India should look East because Hillary Clinton said so – without even knowing the basic history of these figures. That we are in no condition to play this game of Pragmatism, and if we try to do so, we will be wiped out, not to mention be hated the world over – as we already are for our wishy-washy stand on several international issues? If no, they are no Indians fit to be “pragmatists”.

In the 1971 war, India was about to be trisected and torn apart by the American Seventh Fleet from the East, the Royal Navy from the West and by the Kissinger-instigated Chinese from the North, when we were moments away from destruction, it was the Silent Russians who decided “we cannot stand by and watch our Indian friends be destroyed” and ringed us with their submarines and averted our destruction. And this BJP spokesperson says “we have no friends” while simultaneously quoting Palmerston and Kissinger who are not only the arch-enemies of the Russians but also those who have also divided and destroyed us?

Did no moral authority in India tell this spokesperson of our National Ruling Party that it is the height of shamelessness for India to take this position? If no, then no one is fit to be a moral authority in India.

Within hours of Turkish Prime Minsiter Erdogan regaining control in the coup-attempt against by in Turkey last year, by the followers of Fetullah Gulen, Turkish authorities contacted India in an attempt to control the followers of Fetullah Gulen, who they knew or claimed are sheltered in vast numbers inside India. Both the Turkish Ambassador to India as well as the Turkish Foreign Minister had met with the head of our MEA and requested that the followers of Fetullah Gulen who are being sheltered in India be sent back to Turkey.

What are we hearing?? That India is the main bastion for the followers of the Fetullah Gulen movement which incited the coup in Turkey? To have been able to instigate and start the coup in Turkey, it must have been a very large organization, built over several years. Since how long have the followers of Fetullah Gulen been entering India? On what passports, on what visas have they entered? Who is giving them shelter? How are the funds reaching them? How are they communicating back with their control centers? Where are their control centers? Are we going to say the control centers are in Pakistan? Have they been issued Aadhaar cards? They are known to have infiltrated several of the institutions of the Turkish society, including the army, the judiciary, the universities etc..What would be then their predicted behavior in the much softer Indian society? In addition to the followers of the Fetullah Gulen Movement, which other organizations involved in the middle-eastern quagmire have their followers being given shelter in India? Did no Student ask any such question? Did no Faculty member there ask any such question? What are the moral issues involved in giving them sanctuary? Or to be “pragmatic”, to use the same words of the spokesperson, what is the danger that giving them shelter poses to the Indian Society?

The Indian people had to hear this for the first time from the Turkish Ambassador and then the Turkish Foreign Minister? Did not a single member of our Internal Home Security bring this to our attention before the Turks did? Did nobody from the RAW, the Home Ministry, or the MEA warn the people of India or their elected leaders?

It would seem that our Internal Security needs significant overhauling. Or should we assume as the MEA seems to suggest–without and proof, reason or discussion — that the Turkish Ambassador and the Turkish Foreign Minister are lying? What do the Turks benefit by lying on this count? Even if we do not believe the input from the Turkish Ambassador or Foreign Minister, is it not the duty of the Internal Home Ministry to increase the investigation into this matter? Or is the complete Political Security Establishment as well as the Internal Security Establishment party to this matter? Yes, for safety reasons, it may be true that the Internal Security Apparatus may claim that they cannot publicly speak about these details, but this rule does not apply to the other sections of society. Anyway, the fate of their “classified” dossiers is shown below.

The ludicrousness of the MEA’s premise that Turkey has not provided enough evidence, is its mirror image in the Indian question to Pakistan: The Pakistanis have long been asking the Indians for solid evidence in the 26/11 case, Samjhauta case, the Malegoan blasts; and has then stated exactly what the Indian MEA said to Turkey: “India has not provided us with any critical evidence so we can’t prosecute them.” And on the basis of this, most Indians in righteous indignation think that the Pakistanis are liars and Indians accuse the Pakistanis of sheltering the terrorists and lying about it on top of that. Well, can’t Turkey make exactly the same accusation against India — That India is harboring ISIS terrorists and telling lies to the rest of the world about it? The “classified” dossier but by now publicly available, (speaks volumes of the safety of our classified documents!!) of the evidence provided by the Government of India on these issues looks like a childish joke, bordering on the parameters of extreme naivete or of intellectual-cognitive dissonance.

But did the either the students or the faculty members of this elite International University at Pune, ask the BJP spokesperson, who is also the National General Secretary of the party, any question regarding this very dangerous phenomenon that is not coming from the region where he said the future dynamics belongs? If no, as said earlier, they are not fit to be students, nor are the faculty members fit to be faculty members.

This spokesperson instead of showing his party as a Nationalist Party that stands for a strong and independent India has instead created the tragic projection: BJP=British Janissary Party.

Let us now turn away from him. After all, this poor ill-advised gentleman may be the spokesperson of our ruling party, but still he is not all of India.

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Can There Be a Science of Consciousness?

Although it takes place outside the headlines, even those that deal with science, a heated debate is occurring about mind and matter.

On one side is a camp of so-called physicalists, formerly known as materialists, who hold fast to the assumption that any and all phenomena in nature can be reduced to physical processes, namely the forces and the interaction between objects (atoms, subatomic or elementary particles, etc.) - these are the building blocks of the universe.

On the other side is no single camp but a mixed assortment of skeptics who hold that at least one natural phenomenon - the human mind - cannot be explained physically through such methods.

When one explanation (the physicalist) is supported by the weight of highly successful theories in physics, biology, biochemistry, and neuroscience, and the other side has no accepted theory on its side, the debate seems totally unequal.

But in David versus Goliath battles, be careful of rooting for Goliath.

The possibility of a science of consciousness, which would involve a thorough explanation of mind and how it relates to matter, can't begin until the obstacles in its path are removed and old accepted assumptions are overturned.

That has already begun, on all fronts.

In physics, the essential problem of how something came out of nothing (i.e., the big bang coming out of the quantum vacuum state) stymies cosmologists, while at the microscopic level the same mystery, this time involving subatomic particles, emerging from the virtual state, is equally baffling.

In biology the prevailing Darwinism cannot explain the quantum leap made, with astonishing rapidity, by Homo sapiens in terms of reasoning, creativity, language, our use of concepts as opposed to instincts, tool-making, and racial characteristics.

We are the offspring of the newest part of the brain, the cerebral cortex, and yet there is no causal connection between its evolution and the primal Darwinian need to survive.

This is evident by the survival of a hundred primate species lacking a higher brain, reasoning, tool-making, concepts, etc.

Finally, in neuroscience and biochemistry, there is zero connection between nerve cells, and their chemical components, and mind. Unless someone can locate the point in time when molecules learned to think, the current assumption that the brain is doing the thinking has no solid footing.

The day-to-day work of scientists isn't dependent on explaining how mind arose in the cosmos - not yet. The relation between mind and matter has existed in philosophy for centuries, and working scientists don't consider philosophy relevant to their research.

Collecting data and doing experiments needs no help from metaphysics or philosophy.

But when you look at the unanswered questions in physics, biology, biochemistry, and neuroscience, it's more than a coincidence that all, without exception, impinge upon the same inability to know how consciousness actually works.

By taking for granted the obvious fact that it takes a mind to do science, we've reached the point where science is leaving out the very component that might answer the questions that urgently need answering, not because philosophy demands it but because science does.

The sticking point is physicalism itself. If everything must be reduced to the smallest units of matter and energy, and yet there is zero evidence that mind follows that pattern, it is unscientific to cling to physicalism.

Even a staunchly mainstream physicist like Stephen Hawking has commented that reality doesn't necessarily match the current models in science. The mind is real, and since that's true, defective models are required to change or even be thrown out.

To repair the most glaring defect of all - our inability to explain mind - imperils all the sciences for the simple fact that science is a mental activity.

If we set physicalism aside, what would be another starting point for a new model of reality?

Instead of conceiving reality from the bottom up, moving from tiny building blocks to larger and larger structures, one could do the reverse and create a top-down model. In other words, the starting point would be the whole, not the parts.

So what do we know about reality as a whole?

Reality is knowable through the mind. What humans can't know, either directly or by inference, might as well not exist. What we know is tied to what we experience.

Experience takes place in consciousness, nowhere else.

Experience is at once boundless and very restricted. The boundless part lies in the human capacity to create, invent, explore, discover, and imagine.

The restricted part revolves around the setup of the brain, which is confined to the behavior of space, time, matter, and energy.

The brain is four-dimensional, while physics poses the possibility of infinite dimensions at one extreme and zero dimensions at the other extreme.

Because the physical processing done by the brain works in parallel to the mind doesn't mean that the brain is the mind.

To assert that brain equals mind involves showing the atoms and molecules can think, which can't be proven and seems highly unlikely.

Therefore, the ground state of reality, the place from which everything originates, is consciousness.

Consciousness is the only constant in human experience that can't be removed from consideration in science, or any other form of knowing.

What we call reality "out there" is constructed in our own awareness.

These constructs follow predictable paths according to mathematics, logic, the laws of nature, and so on. But this doesn't prove that reality is independent of our experience, only that consciousness is capable of extremely precise, predictable organization.

In a word, the notion that everything is a mental construct is just as valid as the notion that everything is a physical construct. The two are merely different perspectives.

If reality "out there" is a construct dependent upon consciousness, explaining the universe entails explaining consciousness. Where physicalists are stymied by how atoms and molecules think, non-physicalists are stymied by how mind creates matter.

This impasse is broken by taking a concrete approach to mind; that is, by investigating the qualities of reality "out there."

These qualities, such as how an object looks, sounds, feels, tastes, and smells, are entirely created in consciousness. As Heisenberg noted almost a century ago, there are no fixed physical characteristics of an atom or subatomic particle.

Everything is built up from the qualities, also known as qualia, that the human mind knows, experiences, and can conceptualize.

Ultimately, even where nature sucks or emits all matter and energy into or out of black holes and naked singularities, either through classical or quantum physics, the actual horizon for science doesn't lie there, or with the big bang, by which matter and energy reappeared in manifest form.

The real horizon is where the inconceivable source of mind meets the conceivable phenomena in nature. The problem of something coming out of nothing is exactly the same when the cosmos was born as when a thought is born.

This is the level playing field where mind and matter can be investigated as two sides of the same process:

consciousness interacting with itself...

by Deepak Chopra and Pankaj S. Joshi
May 01, 2017
from SFGate website

Consciousness and Science

How the British deep state turned Manchester into al-Qaeda Town UK

Anti-Gaddafi Libyans living in Manchester had been trained, armed and aided by Britain to wage jihad against the leadership of Muammar Gaddafi.

More and more information is emerging on how the savage terrorist atrocity recently committed in Manchester was a classic case of terrorist blow-back, a phenomenon describing how when western governments fund, arm and aid terrorists, they often come back to commit horrific crimes against the citizens of the countries which funded and aided them.

It has been confirmed that the father of the Manchester ISIS bomber was a member of the al-Qaeda affiliated Libyan Islamic Fighting Group. The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group was initially comprised of battle hardened fighters who travelled to Afghanistan in the 1980s to fight the Soviet Union and the secular government in Kabul.

According to former MI5 agent and whistle blower David Shayler, the UK had been funding, arming and training the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group as early as the 1990s and even helped the group organise an attempted assassination of Libyan revolutionary leader Muammar Gaddafi in 1996.

When Britain went to war on Libya in 2011, these efforts intensified. The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group became a crucial component of the west’s war on Libya. The war was of course the brainchild of Hillary Clinton, the then US Secretary of States. Britain and France became the most vocal participants in the war.

RED MORE: Hillary Clinton bears responsibility for the Manchester atrocity

Many jihadists from the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group located to Manchester, specifically the area where the ISIS bomber and his family had lived, including his father and brother who are both currently under arrest for terrorism related charges. The area in northern England was also home to Abd al-Baset Azzouz, an al-Qaeda strong man who fought Gaddafi’s revolutionary forces in Libya starting in 2011.

It was in 2011, that the UK began to allow radical Libyans living in Britain, including and especially from Manchester to gain safe passage to Libya in order to fight Libyan forces. Manchester has been described as a hotbed of anti-Gaddafi Libyan jihadists and terrorist sympathisers.

One jihadist with UK citizenship spoke of how he was allowed to travel to engage in jihad against Libya, “I was allowed to go, no questions asked”.

Another jihadist, one Belal Younis was approached by an MI5 (British intelligence) agent and asked if he was willing to go into battle (jihad). Yonuis agreed, but was soon stopped by security at a UK airport.

However, the British deep state made sure to clear that up. Yonuis explained that he simply called the MI5 agent who was his contact and shortly there after, he was allowed to fly to Libya with no further questions asked.

In a claim that ought to worry security officials throughout the world, Younis said,

“The whole Libyan diaspora were out there fighting alongside the rebel groups”.

By rebel of course he means al-Qaeda terrorist affiliates and by Libyan diaspora he means many individuals who were wanted criminals in Libya, many of them wanted on charges of terrorism and treason.

Another Libyan with UK citizenship spoke to Middle East Eye and told the publication how the UK recruited him to produce anti-Gaddafi jihadist propaganda.

The source said that he was recruited to edit ‘highly polished’ videos showing the elite British SAS (special air service) training jihadists in Libya. The aim of the videos was to present the final edit to wealthy Gulfis in Qatar and the UAE in order to convince them to fund Britain’s effort in training more jihadist fighters.

Although Britain’s involvement in funding anti-Libyan terrorists dates back to at least the 1990s, between 2004, when Tony Blair reached an historic accord with Gaddafi and 2011 when Britain joined a war against Libya, many Libyan jihadists in places like Manchester were subject to crack downs on their activity. This all changed around 2011 according to Ziad Hashem.

Hashem said,

“When the revolution started, things changed in Britain. Their way of speaking to me and treating me was different. They offered to give me benefits, even indefinite leave to remain or citizenship”.

It is important to remember that in 2011, the British Home Secretary, the cabinet level position responsible for fighting crime and terrorism was none other than current UK Prime Minister Theresa May who faces a General Election on the 8th of June.

The level of responsible that the UK government bears for turning a once great British city into a kind of jihadist fortress is in a word: monumental.
Gaddafi warned of this danger, but Britain at the time not only did not listen, they did the opposite.


Thursday, May 25, 2017

Ten Tips from Gandhi on Changing the World

It Begins with Us

“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”

“The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problem.”

“If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide.”

Mahatma Gandhi needs no introduction. Everyone knows about the man who lead the Indian people to independence from British rule, back in 1947.

So let’s just move on to some of my favourite tips from Mahatma Gandhi…

1. Change Yourself

“You must be the change you want to see in the world.”

“As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the atomic age – as in being able to remake ourselves.”

If you change yourself, you will change your world. If you change how you think, then you will change how you feel, and consequently, what actions you take. And so the world around you will change. Not only because you are now viewing your environment through new lenses of thoughts and emotions, but also because the change within can allow you to take action in ways you wouldn’t have – or maybe have only thought about – while stuck in your old thought patterns.

You must be willing to look deep within yourself and make changes there first.

And the problem with changing your outer world without changing yourself first, is that you will still be you when you reach that change you have strived for. You will still have your flaws, anger, negativity, self-sabotaging tendencies etc.

And so, in this new situation, you will still not find what you hoped for, since your mind is still seeping with that negative stuff. And without having some insight into, and distance from your ego, this negative stuff may grow more powerful. Since your ego loves to divide things, to find enemies and to create separation, it may start to try to create even more problems and conflicts in your life and world.

2. You Are in Control

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”

What you feel and how you react to something is always up to you. There may be a ‘normal’ or a common way to react to different things. But that’s mostly just all it is.

You can choose your own thoughts and reactions to pretty much everything. You don’t have to freak out, overreact, or even react in a negative way. Though sometimes a knee-jerk reaction just goes off, or an old thought habit kicks in.

But as you realize that no-one outside of yourself can actually control how you feel, you can start to incorporate this thinking into your daily life. You can develop it as a thought habit; a habit that you can grow stronger and stronger over time. Doing this makes life a whole lot easier and more pleasurable.

While we can’t control what others say and do to us, we CAN control how we respond.

3. Forgive And Let it Go

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”

“An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”

Fighting evil with evil won’t help anyone. And as said in the previous tip, you can always choose how to react to something. When you incorporate this thought habit more and more into your life, then you can react in a way that is more useful to yourself and others.

You realize that forgiving and letting go of the past will do you, and the people in your world, a great service. And spending your time in some negative memory won’t help you after you have learned the lessons from that experience. You’ll probably just cause yourself more suffering and paralyze yourself from taking action in the present moment.

If you don’t forgive, then you let the past and this other person control how you feel. By forgiving, you release yourself from those bonds.

4. Without Action, You Aren’t Going Anywhere

“An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching.”

Without taking action, very little will be done. However, taking action can be hard and difficult; there can be much inner resistance.

And so you may resort to ‘preaching’, as Gandhi says. Or reading and studying endlessly. And feeling like you are moving forward, but getting little or no practical results in real life.

Forgiveness of yourself and others frees you of unnecessary pain and suffering.

So, to really get where you want to go and to really understand yourself and your world, you need to practice. Books can mostly only bring you knowledge; you have to take action and translate that knowledge into results and understanding.

Check out the next point to find out how to take more action in your life.

5. Take Care of This Moment

“I do not want to foresee the future. I am concerned with taking care of the present. God has given me no control over the moment following.”

The best way that I have found to overcome the inner resistance that often stops us from taking action, is to stay in the present as much as possible and to be accepting.

Why? Well, when you are in the present moment, you don’t worry about the next moment, which you can’t control anyway. The resistance to action – that comes from imagining negative consequences of an action, or reflecting on past failures, loses its power. And so it becomes easier to both take action and to keep your focus on this moment, and perform better.

Remember, reconnecting with and staying in the now is a mental habit – a sort of muscle – that you can build. Over time it becomes more powerful, which makes it easier to slip into the present moment.

6. Everyone is Human

“I claim to be a simple individual liable to err like any other fellow mortal. I own, however, that I have humility enough to confess my errors and to retrace my steps.”

“It is unwise to be too sure of one’s own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err.”

Mindfulness is like a muscle, practise using it and it will get stronger.

When you start to make myths out of people – even though they may have produced extraordinary results – you run the risk of becoming disconnected from them. You can start to feel like you could never achieve similar things that they did because they are so very different. So it’s important to keep in mind that everyone is just a human being, no matter who they are.

And I think it’s important to remember that we are all human and prone to making mistakes. Holding people to unreasonable standards will only create more unnecessary conflicts in your world and negativity within you.

It’s also important to avoid falling into the pretty useless habit of beating yourself up over mistakes that you have made. Instead, try to see with clarity where you went wrong and what you can learn from your mistake. And then try again.

7. Persist

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

Be persistent. In time, the opposition around you will fade and fall away. As a result, your inner resistance and self-sabotaging tendencies that want to hold you back and keep you like you have always been will grow weaker.

Find what you really like to do. Then you’ll find the inner motivation to keep going, and going, and going.

One reason Gandhi was so successful with his method of non-violence was because he and his followers were so persistent. They just didn’t give up.

Never. Give. Up.

Success or victory will seldom come as quickly as you would like it to. I think one of the reasons people don’t get what they want is simply because they give up too soon. The amount of time they think an achievement will require isn’t the same amount of time it usually takes to achieve that goal. This faulty belief partly comes from the world we live in. A world full of magic pill solutions, where advertising continually promises us that we can lose a lot of weight or earn a ton of money in just 30 days.

Another useful tip to keep your persistence going is to refer back to the third quote in this article – keep a sense of humor. It can lighten things up at the toughest of times.

8. See The Good in People And Help Them

“I look only to the good qualities of men. Not being faultless myself, I won’t presume to probe into the faults of others.”

“Man becomes great exactly in the degree in which he works for the welfare of his fellow-men.”

“I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people.”

There is pretty much always something good in people, and also things that may not be so good. But you can choose what things to focus on. And if you want improvement, then focusing on the good in people is a useful choice. It also makes life easier for you, as it can make your world and relationships more pleasant and positive.

We all have good and bad in us. Focus on the good.

And when you see the good in people, it becomes easier to motivate yourself to be of service to them. By being of service to other people; by giving them value, you not only make their lives better, over time you tend to get what you give. And the people you help may feel more inclined to help other people. And so together, you create an upward spiral of positive change that grows and becomes stronger.

By strengthening your social skills you can become a more influential person and make this upward spiral even stronger. Read on to find out how.

9. Be Congruent, Be Authentic, Be Your True Self

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”

“Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be well.”

I think that one of the best tips for improving your social skills is to behave in a congruent manner and communicate in an authentic way. People seem to really like authentic communication. And there is much inner enjoyment to be found when your thoughts, words and actions are aligned. You feel powerful and good about yourself.

When words and thoughts are aligned, it shows in your communication because your voice tonality and body language – some say they are over 90 percent of communication – are in alignment with your words.

With these channels in alignment, people tend to really listen to what you’re saying because you are communicating without incongruency, mixed messages or phoniness.

Just be yourself. You will make mistakes, but that is how you learn and grow.

Also, if your actions aren’t in alignment with what you’re communicating, then you start to hurt your own belief in what you can do. And other people’s belief in you too.

10. Continue to Grow And Evolve

“Constant development is the law of life, and a man who always tries to maintain his dogmas in order to appear consistent drives himself into a false position.”

You can pretty much always improve your skills and habits or re-evaluate your beliefs, and by doing so, you can gain a deeper understanding of yourself and the world.

Sure, you may look inconsistent or like you don’t know what you are doing from time to time. You may have trouble acting congruently or communicating authentically, but if you don’t then you will drive yourself into a ‘false position’, as Gandhi says. A place where you try to uphold or cling to your old views to appear consistent, while you realise that within yourself, something is wrong. It’s not a fun place to be. To choose to grow and evolve is a happier and more useful path to take.

By Henrik Edberg on Friday May 12th, 2017


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