Sunday, February 22, 2015

There is "No Karma," if Time Does Not Exist


Within three days of being 100 percent raw— you will experience Nirvana, or what has been coined Enlightenment! On the Raw Food Diet you can eat whenever you're hungry and as much as you like. Your body will adjust and self correct as you continue along…..The diet is primarly "live, organic, vegetables, wheatgrass shots, green juices,  large amount of sprouts, small amount of nuts and live grains (limited) Wine is on the raw food diet, but all alcohol is toxic— so it defeats the purpose of cleaning up our cells. 

Raw cheese and Sushi are on the menu, but for most raw foodies-- the love for animals becomes too great to eat them. Compassion is our natural state, when we begin to feel good.  It' was a gradual process for me to give up meat and dairy, and to over come my cooked food addictions. But, the high is worth it and each time you fall off the raw food diet, you turn off the high. A Statistical test of success is to be able to turn the results on and off, you can do this test with your own body. Three days of the 100 percent raw diet, then eat cooked food again, you will lose your high on life within minutes of eating the dead food again. Too bad, I love Indian food a lot. :)

I used to think the aim of life was to work on becoming like God, perfect. It was the Seth Material that made me re-thing this aim. Jane Roberts in her books stated that "perfection was a [closed end box] with nowhere to go. Perfection is stagnant, yet reality both the invisible magnetic fields and our physical reality are moving and expanding using diversions. Our powers lies in the current moment—ACTION STATE. If we are unhappy, short in money, our not feeling loved, than we need to re-examine our lives. Maybe, we have stopped moving in the direction of growth, trying something that scares us! It is this dance with fear that is the secret of a successful life on purpose! 

Why have we stopped moving, "Fear"of not being safe.
It's usually from one mistake in life that hurt us, and then instead of getting back in the saddle— we hide in our lives of "mediocre." How can we fix this lack of lust for life? By overcoming the "invisible fear" that lives in our thoughts. We have to be fine with failing!!! It's ok to fail 2,000 times, which is how many times Edison failed, before he inventing the lightbulb.

"Thriving is in... trying!"

Remember Perfection is a closed end box. Try or Die! Didn't Yoda say something like that…
The only thing we have to think about is our next step. See to it that each step you take is ideally suited to the ends I you hope to achieve. Every moment we choose to live or die, by our choices. If we are not trying we are in a bored in a 'status quo" existence and we may be drinking alcohol, or diet sodas with "aspartame", watching too much TV or living our entire life online, instead of within nature. The more we uncover our "Unlimited Potentialities" the more fun we will have in life. Success is who is the happiest, for this person raises the frequency of all mankind by his natural joy, like Richard Branson or the Dalai Lama.

Our cells are pulsing like a dolphin's echo— in the ocean calling other dolphins. When you are fasting or on the raw food diet your frequency reaches further and is stronger, creating a day filled with cool synchronicities and happier people. 

Karma cannot be real, if TIME does not exist, and Stephen Hawking said, there is no time just infinite probabilities occurring simultaneously. On a wilder note: Akashic Records of Machu Picchu, explain the disappearance of the natives in Machu Picchu as "mental advancement". They left earth after completing the lessons on "creating reality," which is said to be the final Earth's lesson, to become gods who create and take responsibility for the whole. Some left for other dimensions and some went into the earth. Interesting, I thought, and upon further investigating I was lead  to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco to hear a lecture on The Quantum Harmonic Oscillator. The room went dark and three pyramids projected on a large screen.


"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Susan Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp." No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?" I always wanted to swim in the Nile. From my memoir, "From Hollywood to God" on Amazon and Kindle books. 
Giza, Egypt
Hiking through Bhutan

Tiger's Temple, Thailand
River Kwai, Thailand

Peru
Tiger's Nest Bhutan



Click link— "From Hollywood to God"  to read my memoir.
The Kingdom of Bhutan

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