Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Transitional Love

When we speak of love in the transitional sense, we are not speaking of the romantic love that appears in novels and on TV,

We are speaking of unconditional love.

When I first came across this Buddhist concept, I, a heterosexual man, could not conceive how I could ever love a man as much as a woman, but I had completely the wrong idea.
Unconditional love is brought about by being in love with "All There Is", or the biggest thing we can conceive of.

Once that occurs, then we know that everything we experience is a part of all there is, which we love. So we are more able to overcome the normal ups and downs of the lower dimensional living of those who have not yet transited.

More people every day are getting the idea that "Love they neighbour" really is a great idea. It does work, and it produces a far superior form of living to one controlled by hierarchical man-made arrangements, such as governments.

If governments were able to display unconditional love, the world's problems would end immediately. But a government is too insentient t
o muster love, and is therefore now outdated, because it cannot take part in the transition to the era of Love.

Look out for our next article on transition, "Are you slowing your child's transition?"
  I recently met a long-lost spiritual friend, and her first words to me were"Isn't it peculiar being in this world, but not of this world." She had transitioned years ago, and found the world as depicted in the TV/Newspaper world a mystery that she visited once in a while.

But Mike Adams of Natural News has gone further by stating that the majority of the general public is insane. Readers who have followed this blog for a while will know that is is very likely true, but certainly true of those we appear to elect as leaders.

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

How sunshine assists transition

Let's start with a fun video.
Bring me sunshine, bring me love.
A Morecambe and Wise Show finale.

Continuing with the five necessary elements of life, today's topic is sunshine. Our final topic in this series will be Love. 


The kind of light found in full daylight helps endurance and strengthens immunity. Photobiologists say " the full-spectrum light of Sunlight  is required for both physical and mental health, muscle strength, civilized behavior, energy and learning".

Sunlight is essential for all living organisms. The book Nuclear Evolution - The Rainbow Body, written in 1972 by Christopher Hills shows scientifically how sunlight vibrations are absorbed by the body and directed by the mitochondria into the seven major chakras, the energy centres that drive material life.


Some people have never had the opportunity to learn about the chakras, as this knowledge is unfortunately not taught by the medical schools or high schools. Chakras do exist, they can be measured scientifically, or even with a simple pendulum. The omission of the relevance of chakras from our knowledge of life is the foundation of many errors of thought in both medicine and spiritual understanding. Many people accept that acupuncture is a valid treatment. It is based on manipulating the meridians that emanate from the chakras. Psychic healers manipulate the chakras to improve health. For more info on chakras, see:

But we don't need to be a scientist or a doctor to be aware of the benefits of sunlight. Our mood is always better when the sun is shining. Most of our fun occurs when the sun is shining. Clothes aired in sunlight always feel and smell better than machine dried clothes.

Scott M. Auerbach, a theoretical chemist at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst offers a more detailed answer:

"Light from the sun excites electrons in the atoms which constitute the brick wall. How does that electronic energy get converted to heat, you ask. The key is 'radiationless transitions.' Here's how it works: the atoms of the brick are perpetually vibrating (Hermes Principle 3). Some of those atoms vibrate sufficiently vigorously that their vibrational energy is roughly equal to the electronic energy (photons) absorbed from the sun--in essence, they are in resonance with the solar energy. Those atoms then make a quantum transition from 'electronically excited' to 'vibrationally excited,' meaning that the energy causes the whole atom to move. We feel that motion as "heat." The atoms which make the jump to vibrational excitation soon collide into neighboring atoms, dissipating their vibrational energy throughout the entire brick, making the brick hot throughout."

Excessive sunlight

We know that excessive sunlight causes problems, but insufficient causes even greater problems. Viruses and infectious organisms like E.coli do not do thrive when exposed to the ultraviolet light of the sun.

Who is more foolish, the child afraid of the dark or the man afraid of the light?  ~Maurice Freehill

Try doing an Aum session at sunrise, and see how much your life improves.

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Transitional Sleep Helps Self-Actualisation

The best tool for self-actualisation and enlightenment is sleep.
I began to study sleep when I was living and teaching on campus in a Chinese High School a few years ago. Many students were very sleepy in class, so I looked at their schedule. 
6.00 am  First call over the school speakers for breakfast
7.20        First class - 40 minute periods  - with break fifteen minutes break
Lunch time - 2 hours,  most students catnapped. 
 5.20 pm Break for meal and play
 7.20      3.5 hours of 40 minute periods - with break fifteen minutes
10,20     Classes end - and homework begins.

The dorm lights stayed on until 1 am, meaning that a maximum of five hours sleep per night was available. In my opinion, that is torture - enforcing young teenagers to have a maximum of five hours nightly sleep is just cruel, as well as totally failing to achieve objectives. 

 The first three studies I read suggested that nine hours sleep was more appropriate for a teenager. Chinese culture has a serious weakness in failing to understand sleep.
Allowing ourselves to sleep properly is the first step in loving ourselves. Research on Internet indicates that adults should have nightly sleep of about eight uninterrupted hours  in a totally darkened room. Some say that having the head pointing towards the magnetic pole is also beneficial.
My mother's culture was based on: "One hours sleep before midnight is as good as two after." My own experience bears that out. I always perform better after a proper night's sleep - I suppose it's obvious to all of us.The time of going to sleep is even more important than the length of sleep. Our body clocks, or circadian rhythms, are related to the rising and setting of the sun, so our sleep should be also.
During deep sleep (which commences about ninety minutes into the sleep period), the demands on our body and mind to act and react gradually reduce to zero. We are able to relax, and cease the generation of vibrations and electronic impulses which activate motion by mind to muscle activity. Once we enter the deep sleep stage, and our nerve ends have ceased tingling, and the mind is completely unconscious, then both the mind and body are able to accept the vibrations of the all encompassing ecosphere, enabling alignment and healing to occur and the storage of energy for a fresh and active start to the next day.
All day we expend energy, and if we do not amass sufficient energy during the night, our performance will be less than optimum during the day. If we continue to accumulate a negative energy balance our health will be detrimentally affected.
The best deep sleep is obtainable in a quiet room, completely dark and as silent as possible, with the exception of the sounds of nature. If we are disturbed at regular intervals, and do not get sufficient deep sleep, then the nightly healing process remains incomplete, and our performance and health suffer.

The transition process requires more energy than our old daily routine, so we should make a more concerted effort to improve our energy storage and production.

If you have followed this blog, you will have already improved your diet, exercise, and now sleep. The next blog will be about the last two essential elements for a satisfying life -  sunshine and love.

Monday, 1 July 2013

Rate of Transition is Accelerating

The rate of transition is accelerating

I have taken a risk in sending this blog to everyone on my mailing lists, for the first time ever. If it offends you, please disregard. Definitely no offence is intended.

This mail is due to the urgency which you may already be sensing.
The transition period is now under-way, and reasonably understood by most readers, but if anyone needs further clarification, please see earlier articles in the Blog.

Take our lead from nature

The rate of transition is accelerating, and will continue to do so for quite a few weeks before any slow down becomes noticeable.
During this period, many will fail to understand what is happening, and chaos may ensue.
However, we can be of assistance by keeping a level head, as long as we have some kind of understanding. I will be as brief as possible, and say that we should take our lead from nature, and the further we move from nature then the further we move from achieving our transition.

Nature is changing

As we know, nature is changing, as indicated by the recent weather extremes. This is the sign that we must change too, unless we wish to remain in a desolate world with all the interest gone.

Since the new era vibrations became predominant to those able to sense them, we can help everyone by forwarding this mail. Those who have not been primed for news of this nature might find some help from our associated website "Self Actualisation", or for those poor folk stuck behind The Great Firewall which blocks all things Google, there is now a second version of Self Actualisation here.

Politicians Panicking

We can witness the politicians and ruling elite jumping around in a frenzy like dogs after the last piece of bone as their secrets become strewn out for all to see. They have probably been fore-warned that their time is over. Top down governments belong to the past era. Many things will change completely, as we move from the vibrations of fear to the vibrations of love.

Cooperation beats Competition

Many who have a transitional problem will receive help from those around them and who understand what is happening. This might be you, so please read on. As we release our fear, our desire to help others grows, enabling all those in need to release their fear, and themselves then to help others, as soon as the old era filters and barriers and control mechanisms are dis-assembled. When cooperation replaces competition, wondrous things happen

Weather Change

Of course, when we see the weather change it is natural to expect everything to change, and that includes our own body. Aches and pains of an unusual nature can almost be predicted, and the solutions will have to be self medicated in some way, because the institutional medical system has no idea what is happening, and will work hard to keep you the way you used to be - unenlightened.

Body pains

Some inexplicable body pains may occur. Whatever you do PLEASE DO NOT vaccinate or TAKE any unnecessary PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.
Many prescription drugs have unnatural content which produces a short term benefit with a long term problem. We are trying to rid ourselves of problems, so there is no point in risking further debilitation which will prevent our transition taking place. Things designed for the old era are not necessarily effective in the new era, and should be avoided.

It helps to understand that not only will the mind change, but the body will also,
and any unexplained body pains currently being received are likely to be the same as growing pains. Do not risk a misdiagnosis followed by surgery as so many millions of people do. Beats me how they can ever get a diagnosis right if they know nothing about how the body receives its energy, through the chakras. Still, I suppose it keeps the surgeons busy and wealthy. If you don't know what I am talking about, you can start here, and read about Anodea Judith's work

Diet, Exercise, Sleep, Sunshine and Love. 

First we could make our pain-relieving task easier by arranging the five essentials for life to the very best of our abilities, diet, exercise, sleep, sunshine and love.

More Later

I will further explain diet and exercise here, and leave the others for a later blog to avoid space and time limitations

1 Diet

Our diet should consist mainly of fruit, up to as much as fifty percent in volume. And a wide variety of fruit is recommended. Local seasonal organic fruit is best.

The next most important element of the diet is vegetables, preferably green leaved vegetables because we need the chlorophyll. Home grown is the only way to guarantee no unhelpful pesticides or chemical fertilisers.

And finally nuts and seeds - a wide variety, and lots of them. We can grind them up, toast them, put them in smoothies, sprinkle them on salads and in curries, each a few handfuls as a snack, but we should try to get some nuts every day. They contain the right proteins and unsaturated fats, but especially the trace elements that are essential to maintaining a healthy body. This alone may resolve many ailments. Don't forget to drink lots of water, so that your body can easily wash out any rotten stuff.

If you want to get into detail about diet and other aspects of yoga for health and helping others, please visit the Kundalini Yoga site.

2 Exercise


Exercise outdoors for health We can help ourselves by seeking out natural remedies, but first, by being our own nurse. We cannot delegate our heath to another person, and no other person has any idea what our chakras are doing, least of all any qualified doctor. Most MDs are little more than drug pushers who still deny the existence of chakras, or that the spirit creates the body. Yeah! And the world really is flat. So we need to understand what all the aches and pains and twinges and itches from our body really mean. Unfortunately, if we cling to the western scientific way of thinking, we will never find out. But if consider introducing some Eastern philosophy into our way of thinking, we will soon see the sense in it. For example, most people haven't the slightest clue what yoga is about except maybe to lose some weight. And yoga is only one of hundreds of practices that will teach us about our own body in a far more understandable fashion than  the nurses manual, because we can feel and experience it  ourselves. And we don't have to argue or even discuss it with anyone if we don't want to, as long as we don't mind putting Snowden's mates and Wikileaks out of work.

We don't even have to buy membership and get in the car to go there, unless we are in some way attracted to the staff at the gym. 
We can do our own yoga or tai-chi practice without anyone else being present, and without any special equipment. We don't even need to be inside, and of course exercise outside is better. The further the better,  away from those daily mind and body stunting vibrations that most folk spend their lives saturated in. Their is something special about Tai Chi or Yoga at the top of a mountain, or by a waterfall. Even if you are unable to do this kind of exercise, it is actually possible for someone else to do it for you. There is an organisation called Sunshine House that now has quite a few trained experts in Thai Yoga Massage, which originates from the Buddhist temples. The practitioners use their own heart and mind as their special equipment, and you can learn to do this too. See the Self-Actualisation web site for an overview of self-actualised thought and practice.

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