Thursday, March 16, 2023

Biologically Pertinent Beliefs

Jesus Christ belonged to the true race of prophets. He saw with open eye the mystery of the soul. Drawn by its severe harmony, ravished with its beauty he lived in it, and had his being there.

Alone in all history, he estimated the greatness of man. One man was true to what is in you and me.

He saw that God incarnates himself in man, and evermore goes forth anew to take possession of his world. Jesus said, in this jubilee of sublime emotion:

‘I am divine. Through me, God acts; through me, God speaks. Would you see God see me; or, see thee, when thou also thinkest as I now think.’

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Boston minister, poet, lecturer, and essayist, wrote those thoughts in his controversial 1838 Divinity School Address. Emerson got down and dirty during that address. He talked about how ancient messages get distorted by narrow-minded fanatics who want to control the ignorant.

We function using man-created laws. And we call them laws of God. Cooperation is one of the keys to our being. But we tend to judge experiences that conflict with our belief about sexual expressions and many other physical expressions born in our core belief structure. We fear the unknown. So we push our bisexual nature away from our reality. And we condemn those that bring it forth.

Bisexuality is a scary perception for some folks. It violates one of those human-made laws even though the larger pattern of human personhood demands a bisexual affiliation. That affiliation provides a framework where individuals can express feelings and abilities that follow the natural expression of their sexual psyche.

Our consciousness is a psyche bank where all beliefs exist. There are no differences in one sex or another in that bank. That would lead to a pattern that’s too rigid for the development of our species.

Some beliefs tend to be biologically pertinent. They create some of our later life experiences. Other core beliefs develop through associations and influences. Those associations change as we become more aware of who we are. Old core beliefs don’t disappear. They reinvent themselves as new beliefs wrapped in newly discovered truths.

Those beliefs, along with our ever-changing core beliefs, create a psychic highway of experiences that move us toward unity.

Unity is a psyche place. Present or past rumors of separation do not exist. It is the place where great gifts thrive in the art of appreciating and accepting yourself for being one of the many inner selves who possess incredible creative abilities.

Saturday, February 25, 2023

The Blood That Speaks In Our Cheeks

Her pure and eloquent blood

Spoke in her cheeks,

And so distinctly wrought,

That one might almost say,

Her body thought.

John Donne, the 17th-century poet, wrote those thoughts in his 1611 work Of The Progress Of The Soul. We don’t realize how much our body means to us. We’re too busy listening to the static we create from our fears. We forget about our molecules and cells. In a sense, they have their own mind connected to the mind of the unknown.

Cells constantly reinvent themselves. Emotional thoughts alter cellular functions. We don’t give ourselves credit for the changes we experience every day. It’s always something outside us that changes how we look, feel, and react.

We don’t take credit for creating an outward appearance that tells us about our inward state of cellular operation. The atoms in our cells dip in and out a delicious mixture of consciousness that responds to our beliefs, thoughts, and emotions. If those three ingredients have influences in their molecular structure that taint our connection to our non-physical personality, the cells respond to the perceptions and thoughts about them.

We want to hold someone or something accountable for what we create. Creation is too strong a word to own.

But we do create, and our bodies think. They show us the true meaning of “expose yourself.” All we are and all we become is not by chance. It is by choice. Regardless of our internal cellular state, we have the ability to change it. We can send messages to the body that give the cells the energy they need to achieve personal value fulfillment.

The blood that speaks in our cheeks is the same timeless energy that speaks through our cells. That energy is the voice of creation. Call creation what you think it is. And as you do, it will change.

Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Who Is Your God?

I believe in Spinoza’s God, who reveals himself in the harmony of all that exists, not in a God who concerns himself with the fate and the doings of mankind.”

Albert Einstein

1929 Conversation With Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein

Baruch de Spinoza, the 17th-century Dutch philosopher, was one of the early enlightenment thinkers. Spinoza was a vocal proponent of Rationalism. After his death, his modern approach to defining the universe and the self became a way of knowing.

When Albert Einstein gave lectures at U.S. universities, students often asked him about his belief in God. Einstein always answered the same way:

“I believe in the God of Spinoza.”

Professor Einstein’s thoughts on Spinoza’s belief in God did not change when he gave his lectures. The basic premise Spinoza believed was God wanted people to stop worshiping him. He wanted them to reconnect to the non-physical being within them. Spinoza told his followers the energy called God wants you to go out into the world and enjoy your life. He wants you to sing, have fun and enjoy everything you created with God’s sharing energy.

Einstein’s explanation of Spinoza’s remarks went something like the message below. Each lecture had his unique delivery flavor, but the meat of his message was the same.

(Spinoza): Your God wants you to quit going into those churches and temples. He never said he needed a home. His house is in nature. It is the energy within oceans, mountains, rivers, beaches, and the energy within you.

If your life feels miserable, change it. God never said you have innate flaws or you have to pay for the sins of others. And he never said sexuality is a bad thing. Sex is a gift that expresses your love, your joy, and ecstasy. Do not blame God for what society made you believe about sex.

Forget about all those sacred scriptures that have nothing to do with what God is. If you cannot see God’s energy in a sunrise, you will not find God in a book or a church.

Please stop fearing God. No God judges or criticizes. That means he would always judge and criticize a part of his consciousness. God’s Love Is All There Is. And stop asking for forgiveness. There’s nothing to forgive. Why would God blame you if he is part of you?

How can He punish anyone for being the way they are? God is what you are. Do you think he could create a place where a part of him suffers for the rest of eternity? And a place where you rest forever? What kind of God would do that? Energy is in motion in many forms, so consciousness is never idle. You create heaven or hell in your physical life.

You have inner freedom. Forget about prizes or punishments, as well as sins. No one carries a pre-birth marker. God wants you to feel him in a blade of grass and the cells in your body. He wants you to feel value fulfillment in your relationships and your world. Believing in joy and the natural beauty within you is all the praise God needs.

Life is not a test, not a step to something else. It is not a rehearsal or a prelude to paradise. Your life is the only thing here and now. And God and you experience it together.

You are here to physically feel your emotions and beliefs. The gestalt called God expands from each perceived experience.

Friday, December 23, 2022

Something Somewhere Before Birth

I dreamt I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither to all intents and purposes a butterfly. I was conscious only of my happiness as a butterfly, unaware that I was Chuang Tzu. Soon I awakened, and there I was, veritably myself again. Now I don’t know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly or whether I am a butterfly dreaming I am a man.

Chuang Tzu, the 4th century philosopher, wrote those thoughts. Chuang Tzu and Lao Tzu, another ancient Chinese philosopher, established the philosophical foundation for Taoism over twenty-three hundred years ago.

Taoist believe a non-physical force is the source of all things physical. Everything is non-physical before becoming physical. Chuang Tzu called that force The Tao or Dao. The Tao’s philosophical teachings are all about connecting with the non-physical self in order to connect to The Tao.

People who perform actions without intention, as well as display spontaneity, humility, simplicity, compassion, and naturalness, are what Chuang Tzu calls following The Way. Taoism is still one of the five religions recognized by the government of China.

Chuang Tzu’s dream about being a butterfly shows how tuned-in he was to another aspect of his personality. He couldn’t tell if his dreaming self was his reality or his waking self was authentic. To his dreaming self, it seems his waking self is a dream within a dream. We believe our dreaming self is a product of our waking self.

But when we consider our non-physical personality was active before our waking self, it seems logical that the dream self is a catalyst for the waking self. When religious beliefs stand aside, we realize we were something somewhere before birth. The dreaming self is the perfect candidate to be that self.

We physically feel what we create through our core and satellite beliefs, perceptions, and choices. We create the feeling-reality we experience in every moment. Our emotionally charged expectations, beliefs, and desires have a psychological energy within them. And we paint a moving picture of reality that matches those convictions.

We all have the ability to be a butterfly on our dream journey. During those journeys, we are whatever we want to be. We perform superhuman acts and meet other forms of consciousness that live but don’t exist in a physical state. Dreams seem real because they are. They give the physical self and the non-physical a chance to work together.

That free-flowing energy creates manifestations that offer the experiences and lessons we emotionally feel but may not remember. We become the butterfly. And the person who created that manifestation. In order to physically sense the versatility of our non-physical personality.

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Body Romance

Just One Of Those Holiday Things.

Turn It On. Food Is Born.

Uncles And Aunts Turkey And Plants.

Meat And Three. Glory Be!

Ride That Ham And Jam

Thanksgiving Sam, I Am.


Pumpkin Pie Wasn’t Shy

When Coffee And Cream

Threw The Eating Dream

Into Overtime.

Belly’s In The Grip Of A Flip.

Come Friday,

Life Is Less Gas —


More Body Romance.

Best Thanksgiving Wishes!

Friday, November 4, 2022

Sack Of Slack

Lights Turn Down. There Goes The Crown.

Speed Bump Slow. Democracy’s Light

Has A Blinking Glow

In This Holy Gospel Show.

Land Of Tricks And Lawyer Dicks.

Law’s The Ball In A Criminal Crawl.

Foxy Suits. Gangster Gluts.

Voters Stuck In Denier Poop.

Constitution Maul. Greedy Claws.

Crabs Side-Step In And Freedom Spins.

On The Steps Where Truth Downs Some Gin.

Password Style. Lies Run Wild.

On Notes The Courts Wrote

Sitting On The Back

Of A Big Ass

Sack Of Slack.

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

In Crocs Plastic Shoes

Self-Dozing Dream Posing.

Hocus Pokus That Non-Physical Focus!


Lying Cats Swing Savage Bats.

Rusty Nails Fall Off The Rails.

Lush Mountains Turn Fire Frail.

Vivid Memories Resume Then Bloom

In A Wall-Less Room.

Political Dance Seems Out Of Tune.

Reality Blinks And Thoughts Sink

Deep In The Art Where Creation Starts.

Daylight Comes. Alarms Strum.

House Of Two Is That You?

In Crocs Plastic Shoes?