Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Sunday, July 3, 2016
With reference to the Sharman’s fable of the Condor and the Eagle:
The Eagle is the male/masculine dominant unsustainable paradigm and economic system which is based on religious based values and beliefs: Blind belief, Fear, Segregation, divide and rule, divide and conquer, consumption, objective materialism, private property ownership, individualism, competition, plundering, taking, linear time…a Death Paradigm – for the exclusive benefit prosperity and survival of a select few at the expense of nature and all others. Ultimately this paradigm is at the expense of all life and the total extinction of all life on this planet. Which we can see happening at an accelerated rate – we have the highest extinction rate since the dinosaurs and we are experiencing more and more extreme imbalances, events, and wars.
The native Peruvian Condor paradigm is a love and life paradigm, the natural indigenous cultural paradigm; the natural way of living based on: The eternal feminine which is based on love, close, relationships, and giving and receiving freely, growing life into abundance for the perpetuation and benefit of all life and nature! This has always been the natural indigenous way necessary for the perpetuation of life on this planet. This way of life is based on:
· Love – close relationships, connectivity and the giving and receiving of energy,
· Living in harmony with one another, all of nature, and life,
· No private property ownership,
· Mental telepathy,
· Being midwives.
· Intuitive energy healers…
· Close relationships with all of nature and others,
· Avoidance of death and injury…
· Seeing and knowing the beauty and magic of life…
· Everything is cyclical,
· Everything is process.
· Everything is composed of patterns of vibrating energy in motion,
· We all live in the vibrational flow of life,
· Change is inevitable, and cyclical,
· Everything is based in Cause and effect,
· What we put out there we will receive,
· We are all in this together,
· We are one family of life on this planet,
· Only taking what we need,
· constantly giving back,
· Nurturing life into abundance…
This is by no means an all-inclusive list… there are many other magical qualities of the eternal feminine.
The male dominated world view is the taking consuming selfish individualistic world view that life is composed of things and he has to kill to eat, survive, make money, and profits to live and create a quality of life… to buy the car get the job get the wife the car the house and he considers that to be success, no matter what it cost the earth the planet and all life on it. This selfish short term view will provide short term abundance but ultimate death and destruction.
The feminine love-based way of life is it is about all of us coming together in sustainable eco-villages, on the land, living lives in connected relationships with life, the land, and nature. The feminine motivation being for: life to go on, living in abundance, through cooperating for the perpetuation of life. Only this system has a future.
The tale of the Condor and the eagle is about bringing the masculine and feminine back into balance.
Another fable from the Amazon Basin is that; the women send the men out to acquire for the needs of the tribe themselves and the children’s basic needs. However it is up to the women to tell the men when it is enough, so life can flourish and ensure there is future abundance. Only taking what they need and constantly giving back to ensures an abundant future.
The male dominated destructive world view will be the end of our world unless the real leaders of our world the love/life based feminine tells them to stop. If we do not want to continue to race towards the cliff of extinction at an accelerating rate as we are doing; we need to turn our time energy and attention to living naturally and sustain-ably in sustainable eco-villages across our planet!
To do this we need to gather the teachers of our tribes and teach them the wisdom of the ancients - the wisdom I have acquired and teach to ensure life and our children have an abundant future on this planet.
To do this we need to invest our attention, time, energy and money into ensuring this happens.
Have a magical day!
A beautiful young dancer said to me: “I agree! However the going down the other side is the difficult part. When you are climbing you are very focused, determined, and have a goal to achieve. On the other side everything falls apart. You don’t know what to do next.”
I said: "Well that is the amazing part you get to have a breather, and from your vantage point you have the new acquired ability to look around/research and find which hill you would like to climb next. Through this process planting the seeds of new thoughts in your mind, then you choose, focus, climb the next hill/practice and manifest/reach the summit. Manifesting in what it is you chose to know learn or become while becoming fitter and more capable of climbing the next climb.
She said: “With the dancing we have to work so hard to learn the dance then we forget it. So we are constantly climbing and forgetting the lessons.”
I said: “Well, the pleasure is in the climbing. Your body and mind gets stronger and fitter so it is easier to learn the next dance. You are also not alone in our faster and faster changing world: Computer software salesmen have to learn new software and how to sell it all the time. The faster our lives become in our changing world the more we have to learn to adapt and change.”
I continued to say: “Natural change is inevitable, not to say that our way of life is either natural or inevitable; however what you omit to realize and value is your growing quiver of arrows of life’s skills; your acquired subconscious abilities, which we so often take for granted.” We cannot dance the Waltz forever. How boring would life be if we did? The greater the challenges/hills and mountains we have to climb the greater the pleasure of life.”
She said: It just seems to be such a waist.”
To that I replied: “We can look at life like that. What could be the reason for living life if it is just going to end? Or we could see it differently: It is in the living of life for the growth and development of self, life itself, others, and the energy tone of the afterlife…, that life is worth living.”
"So enjoy the hills and mountains you choose to climb, live them, feel them, experience them, and you will know that you are truly living your life."
"Don’t waste your life by putting out your thumb and asking someone if you can catch a ride over the hills and mountains; the true value is in the climbing."
Have a magical journey!