The New Religion of the 21st Century
On the surface of the world right now there is war and violence and things seem dark
But calmly and quietly, at the same time, something
else is happening underground
An inner revolution is taking place and certain individuals
are being called to a higher light
It is a silent revolution
From the inside out
From the ground up
It is time for me to reveal myself
I am an embedded agent of a secret, undercover
Clandestine Global operation
A spiritual conspiracy
We have sleeper cells in every nation on the planet
You won’t see us on the T.V.
You won’t read about us in the newspaper
You won’t hear about us on the radio
We don’t seek any glory
We don’t wear any uniform
We come in all shapes and sizes
Colors and styles
Most of us work anonymously
We are quietly working behind the scenes in every country
and culture of the world
Cities big and small, mountains and valleys, in farms and villages,
tribes and remote islands
You could pass by one of us on the street and not even notice
We go undercover
We remain behind the scenes
It is of no concern to us who takes the final credit
But simply that the work gets done
Occasionally we spot each other in the street
We give a quiet nod and continue on our way so no one will notice
During the day many of us pretend we have normal jobs
But behind the false storefront, at night is where the real work takes place
Some call us the ‘Conscious Army’
We are slowly creating a new world with the power of our minds and hearts
We follow, with passion and joy
Our orders from the Central Command
The Spiritual Intelligence Agency
We are dropping soft, secret love bombs when no one is looking
Meditation and prayer
Random acts of kindness
We each express ourselves in our own unique ways
with our own unique gifts and talents
‘Be the change you want to see in the world’
That is the motto that fills our hearts
We know it is the only way real transformation takes place
We know that quietly and humbly we have the power
of all the oceans combined
Our work is slow and meticulous
Like the formation of mountains
It is not even visible at first glance
And yet with it entire tectonic plates shall be moved in the centuries to come
Love is the new religion of the 21st century
You don’t have to be a highly educated person
Or have any exceptional knowledge to understand it
It comes from the intelligence of the heart
Embedded in the timeless evolutionary pulse of all human beings
Be the change you want to see in the world
Nobody else can do it for you
We are now recruiting
Perhaps you will join us
Or already have….
All are welcome…
The door is open
(From the book ‘The Big Glow‘)
Friday, December 19, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things. They push the human race forward.
And while some may see them as crazy, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do."
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
A quote that really touched me is as follows:
When a caterpillar reaches a certain point in its own evolution, it becomes over-consumptive, a voracious eater and it eats everything in sight.
At that same time, in the molecular structure of the caterpillar, the “imaginal cells” become active. While all this gorging is going on, those imaginal cells wake up, and they look for each other inside of the caterpillar’s body. When enough of them connect (they don't need to be in the majority) they become the genetic directors of the future of the caterpillar. At that point the other cells begin to putrefy and become what’s called the nutritive soup—out of which the imaginal cells create the absolute unpredictable miracle of the butterfly.
What’s possible is that we're the imaginal cells on the planet right now.
Inspired by Elisabet Sahtouris
So all you imaginal cells out there.. lets get connected!!!
Sunday, June 08, 2008
some stats from the article in the SMH
- The energy consumed in the life cycle of a plastic bag is estimated to be equivalent to 13.8 millilitres of crude oil, or about a teaspoonful.
- Between 3.9 billion and 4.5 billion plastic bags were thought to have been used in Australia in 2005.
- 34 per cent fewer bags were used in 2005 than in 2002.- Most lightweight plastic bags used in Australia are made overseas.
Interestingly 60% voted for banning in the poll that the SMH put on their site. So lets keep going for it! That sea of plastic is not getting any smaller.
The Video on the Synthetic Sea from research done by the Algalita Organisation is more than eye opening.
It certainly helps to make you remember to take your shopping basket next time you go to the supermarket!
I am always fascinated by the effect of resonance of all types .. sound, colour, the patterns taken up in water see Hado and Dr Emoto's work as well as the underlying theories of homeopathy and why the resonance of certain things create change in the body when supplied via resonance.
These patterns shown by Icke have a sense of crop circles around them - perhaps this is how those incredible and mysterious patterns are made.
We are only just at the edge of beginning to understand the effects of resonance on our body, mind and spirits. The Universe is beginning to unfold this mystery in visual form - until now only understood by the mystics and sages throughout time.
Thursday, April 24, 2008
And why should we may you ask?
Plenty of very good reasons.. and not least is the one that the farmers stand to lose their independence and freedom once they get under the yoke of the Monsanto giant GM seed supplier.
The agreements that need to be signed for a farmer to grow GM produce are extremely rigid including the fact that many of these seeds are so called terminator seeds.. that is they are not fertile - they will not grow from collected seed.
We also need to start acting and getting food labelling to be more stringent - currently it is not law to state whether there is GM products in your food.
Green Peace have produced a small card guide to what foods may be clean and what foods you don't want to eat. You may be saddened to find that you farvourite chocolate brand is not GMO free. Boo hoo .. Lindt was mine.. not anymore!
For some more information on the whole story you can check at the Conservation Council of WA.
There is a petition that can be signed and circulated.. so go for it..
we have the chance to maintain our clean land, and to have the advantage to be able to sell our GM free crops overseas.. to places that are fully contaminated and are looking for good quality produce. This is an advantage we should not give up lightly.
Tuesday, April 08, 2008
Indi trained in Perth and has also worked as nutritionist in Idaho USA before returning here last December. She is enthusiastic and really looking forward to helping all those who come by to better health and wellbeing.
Give us a call to make an appointment. 08 9385 3088.
The news that Norway Denmark and Sweden have all banned the use of dental mercury amalgam (effective this year) has brought little support from dental associations world wide. Although it is one of the most important and critical assessments of the dangers of mercury from these implants, there has been virtually no reporting of this in the Australian media. If you feel that others should be made aware of this situation I would ask that you pass this letter on.
Following is the Response of the Australian Dental Association to the bans imposed by Norway, Sweden and Denmark on the use of mercury releasing dental amalgam fillings.
“Australian Dental Association News Bulletin March 2008
“President’s Comments” Page 3
Author John Mathews Federal President
Norway moved over the Christmas period to ban amalgam as a filling material and it is likely that other Scandinavian countries will follow suit. The Norwegian Government, as a significant third party funder of dental services, has this power. (Don't you hate third parties directing clinical decisions!) The decision was made on environmental grounds and because "composite was an acceptable alternative". As an older dentist I would hate to lose the option of amalgam as an inexpensive material in certain circumstances. Certainly the disposal of surgery waste is a problem. The ADAVB is about to develop a disposal programme with a happy union of the EPA, ADA and the dental industry. I expect other states will follow.”
Robert Gammal Comment:
Clearly the Australian Dental Association, as represented by its Federal President, Dr Mathews, has low regard for the findings of the health authorities in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. The insult to these authorities is clear in that they are called a ‘third party’ who is directing clinical decisions. Since when was the implantation of mercury into living human beings the realm of a dentist’s clinical decision? The dental associations world wide have refused to take responsibility for this mass poisoning. It is timely that some governments in the world are taking responsibility.
Reuters News agency states; “The Swedish amalgam ban is for both environmental and health issues, according to authorities...”
Perhaps the Federal President did not read the report clearly or just forgot (forgetfulness and poor comprehension are caused by mercury poisoning).
He states that “As an older dentist I would hate to lose the option of amalgam as an inexpensive material in certain circumstances.”
It seems to me that as an older dentist he has seriously lost the plot. Perpetuating the old argument of cost-effectiveness is pathetic when we are talking about human and environmental health – not that they are different accept in the mind of Dr Mathews. Perhaps he really believes that it is a safe and effective filling material or surely he would not use it.
This clear admission from the Federal President of the Australian Dental Association that he continues to use and promote mercury amalgam, flies in the face of well documented science and the responsible action of some governments in the world.
He does not care that both the environment and the patients are seriously at risk from mercury exposure caused by amalgam fillings. His older-dentist-clinical-decision-making seems to be seriously compromised.
I would suggest that the Australian Dental Association find a better representative than one who openly has disregard and distaste for the wellbeing of his patients, the environment and even the membership of this organisation. Even the National Health and Medical Research Council in Australia has warned against the use of amalgam in pregnant women, children and people with kidney disorders. Perhaps Dr Mathews has contemptuous disregard for his own health-authority warnings. I wonder if they interfere with his clinical decision making.
Perhaps Dr Mathew’s happy union with the EPA etc will be held underground with the other mad hatters.
I too am an older dentist (graduated 1974) – one who has not used amalgam for over twenty years. I personally am appalled at the blatant disregard this man shows for anyone’s wellbeing.
Monday, April 07, 2008
It is an exciting concept and the workshop I did in March was a revelation - at one point one of the participants said "It feels like all the competition has been sucked out of the room!"
I have been reminded of this in a quote from Barry Brailsford's wonderful book The Wisdom of the Four Winds - when he says:
"We need to learn to work together for the greater good. Only by holding hands can we safely cross the dangerous rivers that run through our lives. More is achieved by cooperation than is ever achieved through force. And what is won in that manner is forever complete, for it honours each being. Such are the ways of the one-hearted people."
Roger is coming back to Perth in May - I will let you know soon how to attend his talk for free. Well worth checking out.
Sunday, March 09, 2008
It was amazing.. what a wonderful three days.
Roger Hamilton has a vision that is more than exciting for me as it fits with so much that I have felt for a very long time. Let's get out there and create wealth together so that we can start giving back in a big way.
I already feel wealthy - I feel as if I live in total abundance, but until now, I could not see the way clear to creating enough to be able to really give back and make a big difference on the planet.
I have now been given the tools to do just that. It is time to step up to our full responsibilities as creators and human beings on this earth. It is time to really make a difference. It is not possible to do this alone. We need each other and we need to drop the competition that is the precursor to all wars.
It is time.
Step up and be counted in this paradigm that says together we can change this world.
Saturday, February 09, 2008
I read only yesterday that San Francisco has banned plastic shopping bags. Please for the sake of our oceans and for our wildlife and ultimately for our own lives, let us ban plastic bags as well now.
It is already too late for many birds and other sea life .. now killed by this mass of plastic debris.
Moore, an oceanographer who has made the study of the patch his full-time occupation, believes there is about 100 million tonnes of plastic circulating in the northern Pacific - or about 2.5 per cent of all plastic items made since 1950.
China is to ban free plastic bags country wide from June..
lets wake up and ban plastic bags now.
Monday, January 28, 2008
I realise there is so much more to share re my trip to Antarctica... but it it almost impossible to describe this adventure. even with photos and descriptions.
One thing I wanted to tell you was that this experience is haunting me.. it has had an extensive effect and I am still not sure that it is over yet.. it seems that the things I was shown there have the possibility of far reaching effects that I am as yet largely unaware of..
This photo is taken around midnight in the Lemaire Channel... it is our first real glimpse of the sun and that sun is almost setting. We were to round the corner of this Channel, and head 2 nautical miles, into a sudden head wind carrying freezing cold sleet! About 1.30 am I was in the bar, still in my thermals, having stripped off my dry suit, and grabbed a hot chocolate .. to be laced with rum!
What a paddle..! It was like that.. so many emotions and changes in each paddle.. we could start out with sleet and end up in the light.. or vice versa.. or three things in one paddle!! emotions.. well/ Fear, anxiety .,, anger .. at not being able to hitch on the skirt or spray protector. Joy awe, total sensation of being immersed in beauty unimaginable.
Thursday, January 17, 2008
I'm back.. so much for blogging my journey.. sorry folks.. too much to see, do and be in to possibly spend time on the computer!
What to say about this wonderful journey - please feel free to check out some of the photos I managed to take - here
Antarctica emptied me out .. then filled me ..
gave me a perspective that was larger than before - assisted me to see the detail, the real, and the essentials - showed me how fragile is our planet - this microcosm that is the Antarctic Peninsula - so delicate in its balance, all that exists there hangs by a tenuous thread - incredibly hardy, but also incredibly vulnerable.
Would I recommend this journey. A heartfelt YES - and also I would highly recommend the company we went with .. Aurora Expeditions they were great.. couldn't fault their organisation and their crew. Excellent .. great food, great lectures, good staff, and so much enthusiasm and energy for really going for it. Thanks guys.. you did a wonderful job!