Author Archives: beliefpatrol

mystic parrot enlightenment ceremony

ancient ritual to purge any remnants of “self” identification

ONLY to be implemented in the most extreme cases of illusory entrapment

CAUTION, may induce extreme bouts of gigglification

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peaceful pursuit pain prevention process

perceiving prior pompous perspectives
pivoting past pretentious positions
plus pausing placidly
produces powerful practice promoting personal peace ~bb

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when i respond (to ANYTHING) from a pre-set point of view, it’s usually a “me” thing.
when i’m quiet and let the moment reveal the appropriate response, it’s more of a “we” thing

A Hero and a Role Model

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The Fisherman

This is a story that has been passed around for years now.  I do not know the original author.  I just love story and wanted to share it to those who have not seen it before.

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♪♫ Don’t Get Me Wrong ♫♪

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No Rules or “Shoulds”

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image credit – http://gryphonsmoon.com

There is no one specific way to act in any potential given moment. There are no “rules” to how we have to be, even though we are taught that there are.

Religion and society impose rules on us to keep us in line. And maybe there was a place for that at one point. But we are waking up to a new truth now.

When more and more layers of the “me/ego” are recognized and allowed to fall away, a deeper knowing starts to emerge.

When we begin to align with this knowing, correct action is revealed moment to moment.

And I don’t mean not thinking at all, I mean not believing the “me/ego.” Ignoring the* “me/ego” that thinks its in control of the universe.

Allowing the moment to reveal what is to be done, when whatever appears in the now , is the only way that works every time.

This “in-the-moment” inspired action is always kind compassionate and loving. But sometimes when the circumstance call for it, the response may appear unkind, harsh, or bad to some…and these people can have their opinions and that is fine too.

But I trust this process and it makes things very simple in regards to what I “should” or “shouldn’t” be doing or how I “should” or “shouldn’t” be acting.

Our words actions and behaviors can piss people off either way, so might as well go the path of least resistance.

The “me/ego” will not agree with this view because it thinks life will tumble out of control…but its a lie.

Life has been doing it ALL all along anyway…not the “me/ego.”

~beliefpatrol~

Interesting Tree I Ran Across Today

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