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Reality Creation Redux
Law of Attraction vs Law of Awareness
Active Dreaming
Time Speeding Up
Physical vs Metaphysical Conspiracy
Awareness of Negativity
Where are the Good Guys?
Reality Creation: Intending vs Requesting
Positive and Negative

"Thrive" Film Review
Overlooked Aspects of the Alien Presence
Faux Spirituality
Alien Saviors
Are we Grays?

Survival and Emergency Preparedness
Moon Cycles
Boost Your Immune System
Dislodging Negative Entity Attachments
Ether Body and FRV
Coherence Indicators
Real vs Artificial Synchronicities

Derivation of Mach's Principle
Astral Physics and Timespace
Research Resources
The Etheric Origins of Gravity, Electricity, and Magnetism
Tesla Wireless Technology
Reality Uncertainty Principle
Transverse and Longitudinal Waves


There is a great metaphor for spiritual development: the planting and harvesting of crop. A field is tilled and cleared of weeds, seeds are planted, water and warmth spark germination, and sunshine grows the seedling into a mature plant.

We begin as seeds, having the potential to become only what is within our nature to become. A grape seed grows only into a grape vine, though the exact shape of the vine varies from plant to plant. Likewise, we grow only into what is in accordance with our destiny, what has been within us since conception as unmanifest potential, but freewill uniquely shapes the path we take in manifesting this potential.

The field represents our field of consciousness, and the soil represents our soul. Just as the uncultivated soil is overgrown with weeds, so is the uncultivated soul overrun by social programming and biological/mechanical impulses. For the soul to flower, these programs and impulses must be put under control. Unfortunately many seekers on the path get stuck at this point, forever pulling weeds and never planting seeds, puzzled as to why the field remains barren.

Only within the soil can a seed germinate. Likewise, only when we recognized something within us that is of potentially greater value than anything outside us do we set foot on the path to awakening. Some people grasp for external means to enlightenment and never internalize the ideas they superficially consume, ideas much like seeds roasted and eaten by the bagful instead of planted with patience until they bear perennial fruit.

Truth waters the soul. Positive emotions warm the soul. Together, awareness and positivity provide the catalyst and energy for the soul to blossom. People who hang on to bitterness, negativity, hatred, depression, contempt, arrogance, and vengeance breathe iced air into their souls. Even if one waters the soil with truth, without a positive attitude the soil will become hardened with ice, the seeds frozen dormant. When the season turns and the light of recognition and understanding warms the soil, then progress resumes.

Once the seed breaks ground, it reaches for the sun and grows tall; the seedling yearns to achieve its matured form. The stronger we yearn to emulate our perfected state, the more perfect our path toward perfection, the more complete our path toward completion, and the more fulfilling our path toward fulfillment.

To summarize, spiritual growth requires that we:

  1. discover and conquer our limiting programs and destructive impulses.
  2. listen to the yearnings of our higher spirit and value its expression more than any external distraction or superficial gimmick
  3. find nourishment in truth, satisfaction in discovery
  4. maintain a positive attitude
  5. strive to think, feel, speak, and act as our highest Self would think, feel, speak, and act.