Monday, August 15, 2011

If you wanna be happy for the rest of your life ya gotta lose your false beliefs to the knife, from my personal point of view, you gotta get you to marry you...OK its dippy but some Monday morning you just have to set the mood for fun! So let's PLAY!!!! It's bad lyric day! Love you darlings!!!!!!!!!! xxoo gg

Sunday, August 14, 2011

We gotta learn to defend ourselves to learn there is nothing to defend. Knowing there's nothing to defend is not the same as letting fear lead us into bad boundaries. Nothing to defend is a higher ultimate choice, but we can't use this knowledge to furtively slip past GO and avoid learning to trust ourselves to say NO. Getting serious about NO is as important as the later action of nothing to defend! Seriously;)) Xxoo gg

Sunday, February 14, 2010


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Pain: The nudging we receive to let us know that our thoughts are based upon fearful and therefore false beliefs and delightedly not true in this moment or in the eyes of eternity.

Perfection: We can’t live completely and not make mistakes. In fact, the more mistakes we make the more opportunities we have to make better choices. During our socialization, our care providers punished us or made us feel guilty when we made a mistake hoping that the resulting fear of being shamed would somehow help us avoid failing. Our fear of mistakes then became fear of loss of approval and fear of loss of love. When we attempt to be perfect, we are usually trying to avoid these feelings. To cross the hurdle, it is helpful to get over finding it shameful to “screw up.” The truth is we are each born whole and faultless and irrevocably connected to the heart of the sacred.

Perfectionists: Humans propelled by fear, and as a result, believe they are the ones who control and have responsibility for what is occurring around them, leaving the Divine Mystery out of the mix. (Perfectionism’s good friend is control. They go everywhere together; they mistakenly think it’s safer that way.)

Personal Importance: Known in some circles as ego. The degree to which we think the world revolves around us and because of us. The aggrandized point of view we hold and display about ourselves that is directly proportional to our repressed lack of self-worth. Our importance pushes us to cling to our self-image and ensures our everlasting stupidity, so it is important to become prepared to let go. For a while it propels us on our spiritual journey and aggrandizes itself with our initial efforts. (“I’m spiritual, look how cool I am.”) But, this is about our awakening, not how good a seeker we are/can become. As soon as we can begin to embrace self-love, and it is no longer essential to lie to keep going, it is important to leave PI behind.

Personal Opinion: The way we judge the world by interpreting the beliefs we have brought forward from our unique experiences and resultant false beliefs. Our opinions require our continued participation to maintain their hold on our reality.

Personal Power: That which arises when we come to know and accept ourselves. We cannot give our power away. We can choose to not embrace it or not accept it, creating the appearance of having given it away. The immutable power is always within, acknowledged or not, so we cannot lose or gain true power. When someone chooses to not be in relationship with one coming from a powerful place of self-mastery they are really saying they are afraid of the truth the other is living.

Pity: Disrespecting another and ourselves. This manifestation of fear says that one is not good enough, or whole enough to take responsibility for unfolding self-mastery.

Polarity Thinking: Too big/too small or too much/not enough. Not true, just is.

Projection: We can never know what is in another’s mind; any opinion is an assumption with varying degrees of accuracy. The mind works like a movie projector. We project our thoughts about shape, morality and motivation on the screen of other humans and these are all reflected back to us as if what we perceive is the truth of those other humans. The images we project are based on past experiences or information. These are current information only in the memory. All humans justify their projections with their distorted beliefs. (You and I are probably not exempt from “all humans.”) We know what we believe about someone, but only a master knows for sure if his or her beliefs are correct. When we first begin to have awareness about a trait we may have, we transfer it to others and then focus on their issues with it. In fact, until we clean up our we can never be sure as others are also changing all the time.

Refrain: Consciously deciding how to deal with the emotions that are present. The easiest way to stay out of the loop of action/reaction is to maintain clarity and tenaciously hold awareness of the spurious content of the voices playing in the mind. When we lose awareness, we automatically lose control of our choices. The object is to create a break in our habitual routine so we can consciously choose another action as the opportunity occurs. Praying, going for a walk, or soaking in a hot bath are examples that can support creating a new pattern.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Integrity: The honest expression of the healed integration of our animal, human and Divine natures. We lose our integrity when we forget we are the source of the light and love we are seeking and don’t speak and act from this truth. The easy way to go astray (out of our integrity) is to use the phrase “my integrity” to justify selfish acts.

Karma: Karma is not some long arm of Divine law and order. It is simply the result of cause and effect in action. There are consequences to every action. There does seem to be an intensification of the consequences by repeatedly avoiding learning a lesson. This is simply what it feels like to break through the increased layers of the denial system.

Love: Unconditional acceptance. Love arises from an unlimited place, so there is no reason to horde it. When it is shared, there is really nothing to lose. “Loss” and “safety” are the purview of fear not love. IN fact the only way to know love is to feel it being expressed.

Love-relationship: In most relationships, we see what we want to see because we want love so badly. We deny what we don’t like, or cover it up with the shroud of the Hope Demon. Later, when we see our beloved more closely, we say we were deceived and we blame the beloved. In fact, from the beginning, we deceived ourselves. We should love because it gives us pleasure to feel love flowing through and out of us. We love another because of who we are. We like others because of who they are. We cannot like a person for his or her potential, as potential has nothing to do with present reality. Potential implies someone— other/you/me—needs to change to become more suitable. It also means love is attached to an aspect in someone that does not exist. We can’t change another. With all of our best efforts, it is very difficult to change ourselves. If it is not possible to accept a loved one as they are, it is most generous to show respect and leave them so they are available for a reciprocal loving relationship.

Mistake: Actions that arise out of the confusion about what is best for ourselves. An inevitable experience that helps us perfect your mastery by learning what works and what doesn’t. If we can limit the number of times we make the same mistake, mastery will come a lot quicker. We thwart our potential when we let fear of failure prevent us from taking chances. The key is to take a chance and be willing to neutrally accept the outcome. If we then categorize the event as a mistake, we need to do our best to learn from it; so we don’t have to waste time doing it again. (Please be kind to yourself and don’t let having to repeat it present an opportunity for the mind's committee to gang up for an internal assault. Instead be so happy to witness the truth of the circumstances and learn from it. Now, the lesson can finally be over.)

Moment (The): That current bit of time that is gone the second we try to capture, identify or hold it and yet is the only place where we can make a choice. We can explore the esoteric aspects of the Divine Mysteries, sit at the feet of great masters and ponder the possibilities of past lives, but truth and action can only be located in a now moment.

No/Co-dependency: Disappointing another to be true to ourselves. Allowing another to hook us with his or her story. When we fully participate in another’s drama, we are by default acknowledging that there is substance to the lie that suggests that person has been victimized by life. Instead share compassion and refrain from playing on another’s stage.

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Hell: The short definition of a fear based belief system. A place of great suffering where love is conditional, the good times are limited and acceptance has endless conditions attached.

Hope and Potential Demons; and their good buddy, Wishful Thinking: Hope is one of those curious places the mind goes; it doesn’t actually create any harm, but it lulls us into inaction while offering no result. Hope is sometimes mistaken for a technique. We had falsely believed because Hope stayed in Pandora’s box, its ravages didn’t affect humans like the trail of tears left by the other demons. With Hope by your side, we can invest in someone’s Potential, but in spite of Wishful Thinking, Hope has nothing to do with someone else’s potential. Hope and Potential may be the biggest curse of all, as their power exists in the inaccessible future. The Hope demon says you’ll be happy when you do _______ (fill in the blank). The Potential demon says you’ll be happy when someone or something else does _______ (fill in the blank). Wishful Thinking keeps you circulating back to the other demons by telling you “it will be different this time.” we can only do or feel anything in the now, not in the future.

Image of Perfection: An unobtainable somewhat ridiculous personal vision inspired by the judge. The judge keeps our attention hooked by aligning the goal posts to something just out of reach and then moving the goal posts as we "improve". This distortion arose NOT out of us being imperfect but about being blind to the truth of our magnificence. The quest for it implies that we are intrinsically flawed and that something will make us appear better. Once again and then again the quest strengthens the Lie of Our Imperfection. In fact we are born whole and perfect without need for improvement and in the likeness of the One who created us.

False Image: We master who we think we are and live our life on auto-pilot. We have two primary images. The first is a tightly controlled image that we assume makes us most acceptable in the eyes of others and so we project it out into the world. We modify this image at will. The second is based on our judgments and perceived failings, laced with disproportionate judgment and shame and held secretly within. Both are based on what or how our inner judge has assessed how we should be while all the while disregarding the good news. We’ve habituated this process so profoundly we are hardly aware of its existence. Freedom of choice, lies unbidden in the shadow.

Impeccable: The highest possible thought or action you can put forth. As you evolve, the level of your highest possibility advances with you.

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Sunday, October 25, 2009


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Free Will: What happens when we are free to control our own attention and are no longer in reaction. From this perspective we are at choice and are free to take conscious action.

Freedom and its Price: Priceless. Freedom is not about personal space, money or relationships that bind. It is also not freedom from the Divine or freedom from love. In one way or another, we are bound to this life. True freedom is the ability to allow our emotions to flow through us and to make intentional choices based on present time. To be free we must embrace our fearless connection with the Divine Mystery and love; or else we get the default, which is other than love. There is not a neutral choice that says we can be free and not choose to align with the Divine Mystery. It is not possible to find freedom and leave The Divine out of the mix.

Gratitude: The choice to see the Divine Mystery in all things. We should have endless gratitude for not getting all those things we have thought we wanted as those desires have often been motivated by the promptings of our fearful bleiefs. Often the way we get what we need is not to get what we want.

Greed: Attachment to more than you need. Greed is self-perpetuating as it creates a sense of greater need because of its hollow fulfillment.

Guilt: We feel guilty when we make ourselves wrong for our choices or even thoughts of making choices. We say someone can make us feel guilty, but no one else can make us feel anything. Guilt is one of the largest wastes of energy we perpetrate upon ourselves. It arise from this idea that somehow (and we’re not even remotely sure how) we’re intrinsically wrong. At the root of it all --AGAIN-- is the omnipresent Lie of Our Imperfection that arose from our socialization.

Happiness: The quality of emotion we feel when we have accepted yourself as we are and there is a consistent characteristic of peaceful acceptance and love pervading our emotions. This love is impersonal and doesn’t depend on meeting certain outside criteria to exist. This can be confusing because we have often associated our feelings of happiness with control and accumulation. This is a gross inaccuracy. That particular aberration of happiness could be described more precisely as the relief that occurs because we feel safe when the illusion of the Magical Theatre of our life momentarily allows us to believe our needs are being met from the outside.

Saturday, October 10, 2009


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Drama: What occurs when someone or something is not how or what we (or them) want it to be and we (or them) lose our awareness and go into a reaction.

Empowered Victim: A more masterful victim, but still confused. A person motivated by old lingering wounds to use newly acquired power to look important. A newfound voice that may be speaking about ideas that are closer to the truth but with veiled judgment and without true acceptance or love.

Experience: What arises from life when we do not get the outcome we are attached to.

Fear of the unknown: No such thing. You are afraid of re-experiencing something that you already know or think you know.

Fear, Irrational and Otherwise: A bear running toward you is a reasonable fear that arises when the body is in danger. Unless you have a past life as Goldilocks, it is not natural to worry (feel fear) that a bear may appear any time you pass a grove of trees.

Fear: Contraction, anxiety, depletion, worry, envy, arrogance, disharmony, scarcity, anger, guilt and bitterness in action.

Forgiveness: Releasing another from being responsible for how we feel. When we forgive, we no longer poison ourselves each time we remember someone else’s perceived transgressions. This is not giving a seal of approval to the bad guys, rather it frees us from the mantle of our victimhood and the need to get even. At the very least, it offers the ability to go forward without carrying the burden or resentment. It is also important to forgive ourselves for innocently believing the lie of our imperfection.

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Sunday, October 4, 2009


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Deal Breakers: There is much wisdom to gather on our journey to self-mastery. We can go in search of this understanding and select the path that goes to the right or the left and it won't matter appreciably if we are sincere and strive to be impeccable. We can meditate, dream or chant—or none of those things. We will each proceed through life with our own distinctive approach, however there are some specific obstacles we must each overcome where each of us has to get it. Getting it usually requires releasing a limiting habit or belief and acquiring a new understanding that is crucial for mastery. With new understanding comes wisdom and a boost to our current level of awareness. If we don’t surrender certain attitudes and actions, our progress is impeded and eventually our development is arrested. The attitudes we need to surrender to gain wisdom are deal breakers.

Denial System: A way we perpetuate our limited beliefs by turning a blind eye to circumstances that would call our beliefs into question. To keep our belief system in place and avoid feeling the pain of our fearful false beliefs- AKA wounds, we learn to lie to ourselves and present a contrived image to please others. If we are aware of our lying, and we usually aren’t, we learn to justify the lies, thereby avoiding scrutiny by our morals police. Our DS can also drape an invisibility cloak on a circumstance and that ostensibly makes it easier to handle by repressing what would be painful to experience. We become so practiced at denial that it occurs automatically and blocks us from seeing and feeling what is really going on. As a consequence, it blocks our ability to be in choice.

Detachment: The action of releasing our emotional attachment to the quality, outcome or beliefs of a situation, relationship or circumstance.

Discernment: The action of making a choice. (Judgment is the opinion you have about the choice you have made. Judgment is always present in reactionary choices.)

Divine Great Mystery: Mighty living force of the Creator. The Conscious, immortal, deathless aspect that animates our body seamlessly connecting us to all that is.

Dogma: The Rules that humans agree must be followed to know the Divine Mystery. These rules differ considerably from group to group. No one group has a corner on the market, and yet all of these groups offer their traditions as the Divine traditions. It would be wise to not confuse traditions of man with traditions of the Divine.

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Monday, March 2, 2009


It’s important to learn the vocabulary that will support and enhance your character study for your new role in The Magical Theatre, so I suggest you make an effort to add new definitions to your point of view each week.

Cathartic Release: When we pry loose the tightly held covering of a fearful and difficult emotion and relieve the pressure, the experience can be so intense that it is easy to confuse the release with a permanent healing. BUT, until we find and eliminate the false or unsupported belief that lies at the root of the fear, the pressure will build again and again. To assist in turning the experience from a cathartic release to a more lasting experience here is a powerful technique called LIQUID: Listen, Identify, Question, Understand, Intuit, and Decide. It goes like this: Listen to the babble of the inner voices to locate the belief at the core of the discomfort. If emotional pain is present, it indicates the presence of long-held hurtful and likely false beliefs. Identify the belief as carefully, thoroughly, and honestly as possible, using the impeccable clarity of the impartial observer. Question the belief’s validity through the discernment of the impartial observer, and notice how it feels physically. Understand what it would be like to live the rest of life with the belief. Intuit life without it. Finally, Decide if this belief should be running your personal production in the Magical Theatre. If not,—make a conscious, willful commitment to do whatever it takes to release it. As it leaves, it is like witnessing smoke as there is nothing “real” in a belief that is not based on enduring truth. Next, intentionally fill the empty space with love. When the residue of emotional wounding is released and the resulting space is filled with love, another building block of life mastery slides into place.

Centered: A place in the center of duality. Here things don’t stop changing, rather it means allowing them to be how they are without need for an opinion or a fuss.

Complaining: What robs us of our happiness when we don’t take responsibility for our life experience. Posing as a victim, blaming and trying to get someone else to fix it can also accomplish this. It is a perverse way to get attention for suffering which leads to more suffering.

Control: Trying to regulate events and circumstances to get what we want/need, and feel safe. Of course, since everything is under the purview of the Divine Mystery, we are never in control we just think we are. Our actions are usually our reactions and they crop up unbidden and automatically like a robot. The only thing we really control is what we put on in the morning. Even dressing for the illusion is questionable. Everything is just part of the Mystery.

Courage: Feeling the fear—sweaty palms, racing heart and shortness of breath—and doing it anyway.

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