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What are the Rules? A Consciousness Stream

 

“If Life is just a game…

What are the rules?”
— Vajra Krishna

 

Kindergarden rules yet most adults lose the simplicity. Kindness works but when it doesn’t learn to accept and deal with it and others according to our truest natures (the law of Thelema)…. oh yeah discovering those natures would be high on the list. As would most of what Richard Bach put in the Messiah’s Handbook in the book Illusions (http://jungian.info/library.cfm?idsLibrary=14) and what Johnny Depp said about confusion (“I cultivate confusion because I like what it does to my face”). Above all first use the fear and then lose the fear. It may be a friend but it all too easily overstays its welcome.. Remember that the people in our lives are there because we drew them (and the image i get is at least two meanings of draw both with a pen and with a deck of cards), They are here to both teach and learn from as we are to them. Did I mention be kind? If so rewind and here it again. Not only be kind to others but save kindness for ourselves. Let’s add the law of Callahan’s as stated by Spider Robinson (“Shared joy is increased, shared pain is lessened and thus we refute entropy). Oh yeah and most of all, the game is kind of like Special Olympics, everybody wins tho it may be a very long blink of an eye game.
Blessings, G

 

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Stop and Smell the FlowersStop and Smell the Flowers by G A Rosenberg

 

Shapes that pass in the nightTravelling Towards Escher Land by G A Rosenberg

Quote of the Day – September 13 2012

“When you realize that eternity is right here now, that it is within your possibility to experience the eternity of your own truth and being, then you grasp the following: That which you are was never born and will never die”
― Joseph Campbell

 

Interesting thoughts on Empathy and Challenge from a friend that I wanted to share tonight:

Empathy.
Well…
what comes BEFORE empathy?

Tragedy.

Often.
Loss.
And – more importantly –
the inability to ignore the situation.

This is an advanced lesson.
For those who VALUE empathy.
For those who don’t give a shit about empathy…
A more INSPIRING lesson is often suited.
For the … cynical.
But for the optimiists
this is the lesson they really need to learn.

The cynics have been through that

now they got to start seeing it differently
Ah
let me put this another way –

“A warrior regards everything as a challenge, while an ordinary man sees everything as either a blessing or a curse.”

Those who feel cursed need to feel love.
Those who feel blessing, need to feel disaster.
This is the CATALYST form.
For speeding up the process.
The way of Tantra.
as I was taught.

Until they begin to see
both blessings
and curses
as challenges.”

— Vajra Krishna

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Astro Room With a View by G A Rosenberg