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Exorcising the Demon of Religious Dogma

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by Julian Rose

One must go back further than religion. That is the starting point of the great reassessment we undertake in freeing ourselves from the burden of false knowledge. Freeing ourselves from unquestioned assumptions of truth. We need to get back to the roots of mankind, and in so doing, re-establish a direct and reciprocal relationship with nature and the universe, of which we are a part.

Religion is a man-made and once removed interpretation of the life force – and a false one at that. Whereas the life force (nature and the universe) works directly through man. There is no place for a 'middle man' to censor our experiences.

Religion placed an invisible wall between man and nature and between man and God, setting conditions for 'orderly behaviour' according to a doctrine of obedience. So now, as these walls crumble, we should stand proud in saying “Nature not religion.”  “Truth not dogma”.

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Save Us From Freedom!

by Julian Rose

-People want to create robots so they can be led by them-

Freedom once meant something significant for mankind. It meant ceasing to be suppressed and imprisoned by forces that endeavour to control one. The word 'freedom' conjured a sense of what it means, at least to some degree, to be master of one's destiny.

No longer, For many, the new freedom has almost exactly the opposite meaning. Now freedom seems to be associated with having someone or something doing one's thinking for one; making decisions that one 'can't be bothered 'or doesn't want to make - and ultimately completely relieving one from responsibility for taking any form of action other than that which enriches one's pocket and/or one's narcissist fantasies.

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Spirit Led Activism – The True Power of the People

by Julian Rose

As the world is driven into a state of chaos by a combination of top down despotism and bottom up politically correct pacifism, seekers of 'the path' sit in the lotus position contemplating their navels or drifting into the ether of another world.

Seeking to participate in inner spiritual disciplines can quite easily be used as an excuse for doing nothing. Nothing about anything that actually matters. Nothing that would constitute making a stand against the destruction going on all around us. I say “can be quite easily used” because many aspirants who fill spiritual seminars, workshops, conferences and retreats all over the planet, have adopted the popular view that they shouldn't be involved in confronting anything – except possibly, themselves.

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Seeing Nature Through the Eyes of a Child

by Jessie Klassen

When we see Nature, we see ourselves. Nature is our mirror, reflecting our most inner selves, and our lives, back to us.

This reflection contains lessons, advice, and insights to help us along our journey. While sometimes we may not like what we see, Nature is always here to help us, and anything we don’t like is simply there for the good of our own growth. Nature is always working with the highest and best of intentions.

If we truly want to see Nature, and not just in the way that we want to see her, but in her true form, we only need to spend time with children while out in Nature. Children are still awake to her magic, as their vision has not been distorted by years of programming and conditioning from “civilized society.”

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A Quantum Dialogue on the Meaning and Purpose of Existence

by Julian Rose

Dialogue between a master A and his pupil B:

B The Universe, or what is referred to as 'space', seems to be a kind of ethereal void, populated here and there by stars, planets, occasional meteors, comets and such like.

A The Universe seems like a vast and mysterious place, but when you consider that it is contained within a dew drop or a human cell, it becomes less distant. In fact, it becomes very immediate.

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The Importance of Community in Choosing a Way of Life, not an Occupation

by Jessie Klassen

“Are you sure you just want to farm?  Don’t you want to do something more with your life?”

 

These were the questions posed to me in high school by my well-meaning teachers when I had declared that I was going to farm with my family after graduation.  In their eyes, I was wasting my talents by staying on the farm.

 

For generations, this has been a fostered attitude here in the country;  you grow up, move to the city as soon as you can, get an education so that you can get a good paying job and you’ll be much happier than living out here in the sticks.

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Allowing Nature to be the Example for Our Children’s Bright Future

by Jessie Klassen

“If we look at Nature, we see that absolutely everything within it is important and there for a reason.  As we are all a part of Nature, this means that we are important and here for a reason as well”

This is one of the key lessons that I teach, not only to my own 3 children, but to all of the children that I meet when I am touring with my book, “The Sapling.”

There is nothing within Nature that happens by accident.  It is all planned and perfection.  We are the same.  There are no accidental or extra people on this Earth.

We all arrive with a gift to share, which is why it is so important that we grow into who we truly are, just like a tree, for example.  Because if a tree did not grow into their full potential, we would all be denied their gifts, and look at how many of us would suffer.  The rest of the world actually depends on us being true to ourselves.

And what about those people of the world who don’t seem to be contributing?

They are simply not in touch with who they really are and the true desires of their heart.  When we turn to Nature and truly connect with the Earth, we become centred, grounded, and compassionate human beings.  It is hard to deny our Soul’s longing within the authenticity of Nature.

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A False Agenda for Humanity

by Julian Rose

Humanity has, for millennia, been led down the road of an entirely false agenda. So much so, that every aspect of society is almost the precise reverse of what it should be.

Just a glimmer of awareness reveals that the true potential of the majority of mankind remains locked away, unable to exert any influence on the course of events on our planet.

Given the scale of this imprisonment, it becomes apparent that the world has been moving on a trajectory invented and directed by a false intelligence, whose interests are diametrically opposed to the intelligence of natural planetary consciousness.

I use the word 'intelligence' because its hard to find the right word to describe that which is very clever, but lacks the ability to feel love or compassion; and is often ruthless without ever showing emotion. Intelligence should have a more human ring to it, but the word has been hijacked by the spying networks: the CIA, FBI, MI5 for example, all call themselves 'intelligence agencies'. Not exactly warm blooded institutions!

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Talk to the Trees

by Jessie Klassen

 

An easy exercise to develop communication skills with Nature

-excerpt from “The Sapling”

Nature has lessons for those who listen, and communicating, interacting, and listening to Nature is easier than we think. Infact, it’s natural for us to do so.

This exercise is great for children and adults alike.

Science has proven that trees can talk to one another, but just in a different way than we can. Old trees help seedlings, and healthy trees will help sick trees to recover.

Resource sharing happens all through the forest. This is why it is so important to honour and respect all plant life, no matter where they are in their life cycle, because they all play a very important role.

Nature is also aware and sensitive to our feelings, thoughts, and emotions. Trees are able to sense our energy and communicate with us, as long as we are open to the possibility.

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"Be a Tree" Grounding Exercise for Children - to feel stable, calm, and increase focus

by Jessie Klassen

(excerpt from Jessie’s new children’s book, “The Sapling”, now available worldwide on Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, and smashwords)

Trees provide the perfect example of the importance of staying grounded to be strong.

Grounding does for us what roots do for trees.

When we are grounded, we feel strong and able to handle anything that comes our way, just like the roots of the trees hold them steady when the strong winds blow.

Often times, simply being out in Nature, hugging a tree, or barefoot on the grass is enough to stabilize and calm our energy. But, sometimes we need to do more.

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