On Sovereignty | Deep Code Experiments: Episode 10

This is an excellent and thought provoking discussion. Jordan Hall’s three aspects of sovereignty are basically the first three of the Liberal Arts, also known as the Trivium; grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Grammar corresponds to knowledge, logic corresponds to understanding, and rhetoric corresponds to wisdom; knowledge asks what, where, when, and who questions, understanding asks why questions, and wisdom asks how questions. In this system, at least from what we’ve […] Read more »

Enlightenment: A Logocentric Focus

Enlightenment is not an end goal, but reflects the process of engaging in daily life; it is the middle step, and not the last step, in a three step progression. This is why so many great individuals speak with reverence of the beauty found within life’s journey, and that it is superior to the destination. The enlightenment period in Western history further developed many Logocentric philosophies, all of which dealt […] Read more »

The Core Dynamic Within Judgmentalness – Externalized Boundaries

When we turn an expectation into a boundary, we become a judge rather than a creator. Boundaries are not meant to bring us freedom, but safety; expectations are what bring us freedom. Boundaries are what we choose not to create with our energy, while expectations are what we do choose to create with our energy. The dominance and submission game (master/slave consciousness) are the result of conflating boundaries and expectations […] Read more »

The Seven Hermetic Principles – The First Law of Mentalism

Interested in learning about mysticism and Natural Law? This is the first in an eight part series on the Seven Hermetic Principles, which are what comprise the “Law of Attraction” and are known as “Natural Law”. These seven guiding principles are the metric in which we can align our lives, so that we might experience a powerful and harmonious experience while here in a physical form. Join Nathan and Aline, […] Read more »

How You End Up in Heaven or Hell

Should we fear death? Will we be harshly judged and condemned for our sins? Or will we experience eternal peace and joy? In this episode, Host Curtis Childs from the Swedenborg Foundation and featured guests explore what Emanuel Swedenborg had to say about the multiple stages a spirit goes through in the afterlife and how the human digestive system is a great representation of this spiritual clarification process. ~OffTheLeftEye The […] Read more »

Money is a Symbol of our Creative Energy

Money is only a symbol of the amount of creative energy we choose to invest into any given experience and endeavor. The more value and worth we place on the endeavor, the more of our energy we will choose to invest. We only use money as symbol of our energetic commitment when we decide not to directly create the experience for ourselves. For example, I can choose to direct my […] Read more »

Feelings are our Dashboard

Our problems stem from our mindset and not from our actions. Trying to change our actions to change our outcomes is an attempt to control the effects of our thinking, rather than altering our core thinking responsible for our experiences. This makes us expend extra energy, and causes resistance, and is thus unsustainable, but it also keeps us looking in the wrong place for our solutions. We will be more […] Read more »

Do we Have Free Will, or is Free Will our Destination?

“Human’s are “determined” by nature (biology and generational patterns encoded into their DNA) and nurture (patterns that are conditioned into them as children by family and society) – they do not naturally possess, nor exercise, free will. Their biology and past / current environments determine their choices; they provide the reasons for their thoughts, feelings, and actions, and not their inner being or will. Humans have no real free will, […] Read more »

Scientist Blows the Whistle on the Mandela Effect

A scientist claiming to work for the organization responsible for the Mandela Effect answers questions on the anonymous forum 4chan. Is the scientist credible? Is there any truth to what they are saying? Check out my presentation and analysis of the conversation, and the content of their disclosure. Mandela Effect MAIL BAG #1 | Proof Nelson Mandela died in the 1990s? And more! 4chan screenshots of whistleblower conversation Jeremy Bernstein […] Read more »

Contrasts and Creating Your Own Reality

I would like to address the reason why I sometimes appear negative, and am not only posting love, light, unicorns, and rainbows in our writings. As a result of a comment about my supposed negativity, I decided to ask the collective being known as “Abraham” about this (usually channeled by Esther Hicks), as many seem to have a misunderstanding about their work. First and foremost, if you happen to read […] Read more »

The Power of Influence

We are always influencing our environment, but are we empowering those around us, or are we enabling and/or shaming them, with our influence?  When we negatively influence our environment, we will usually take actions that fight and control that which we already influenced, as an attempt to make it better — this is the essence of resistance — as we’re swimming against the flow that we initiated.  The conflict between our […] Read more »

The Skull and Bones Metaphor

The skull and bones, also known as the Jolly Roger, is a metaphoric representation of a specific mindset devoid of our emotional core. The skull represents our intellect, aka the “what” and knowledge, while the bones represent action, aka the “how” and wisdom. However, the place where our heart should be, the location of our emotional center, is missing, as this represents the “why” and understanding. The typical human being […] Read more »

How Do We Create Our Own Reality? w/ Bentinho Massaro

Mirrors: the realization that our external world is merely a reflection of our internal world. Inside is cause and the outside is effect, but we’ve been trained and conditioned to perceive the external as cause and our internal state as effect. This externalized perception of cause is why we experience anger, which is merely the feeling of powerlessness. Empowerment is the perceptional view from the inside-out, while disempowerment is the […] Read more »