March 26, 2019
“It was a beautiful morning in Boston,” Pops felt as he sat on his bed feeling the present moment with soft music in the background, the morning sun approaching the bed through the glass, the sound of birds outside his window, and the beat of the traffic as the work warriors pressed on to their day. It was already 10:55 a.m. and Pops was just beginning to write. His goal was to finish all his updates and to be free by noon. The decision in the moment was to cut short his writing and make the deadline or do the things that can get him into his valued routine of waking up without and alarm around 3:00 am, then spending 3 hours in meditation and writing starts at 6:00 a.m. He especially wants to have this routine down so when he goes back to Prescott, he and Kma will be in sync and they will have the day from noon on to explore the planet.
Pops had a difficult time falling to sleep. After a good day of work, like the one he had the previous day, he is usually able to sleep right away. He wondered if he had a hard time falling to sleep because he was still on Arizona time, 3 hours later, or exercised too much before bed. On youtube he had been watching how people do a standing handstand and it is something that he wants to work towards, so he was working on developing his arm, chest and shoulder strength right before bed. He didn’t turn his light off till 11:00 p.m. He prefers to have it off the latest at 10:00 p.m. but even with that, it still took too much time to fall asleep. He didn’t want to look at his phone to check the time. He didn’t want to hear his mind telling him that he wasn’t going to get enough sleep and wouldn’t have good energy the next day. Instead he tossed and turned and didn’t wake up till 6:55 a.m. He refused to set an alarm. It is something he knew he could adjust to, it would just take some fine tuning of diet, exercise, and work flow.
Pops wouldn’t give up his morning meditation since he considered it an important part of his creation. At 7:00 a.m. he took his medicine, quieted his mind, and listened for the sound current. After 30 minutes of listening, he took the following notes:
“When were not afraid to ask questions, this is how we begin to evolve. We ask our questions out loud, especially the educated. So instead of the educated espousing and elaborating on what they know, they inform us on what they don’t know because the more they know, the more they don’t know and what they don’t know contains the mystery of life and they share that mystery with us and perhaps, we don’t know the answers either and their questions become our questions.
It is more interesting to have the educated asking questions about the leading edge of their research than giving us all the details that we may not understand. Scientists like Neil DeGrass Tyson have stated that scientists do not have all the answers. Do preachers, priests, Imams, Rabbis, teachers and politicians have all the answers? What if all these educated people posted their leading questions? What questions would they be? We like to call these “driving questions.” These are the questions that motivate an individual to do what they do. Naturally, these are positive driving questions, but children can learn from the negativity they see in his or her surroundings. Each child’s view of reality depends on the surroundings a child grows up in. We have learned the majority of time that it is the mother who takes the responsibility for raising the children. Would having a good father make the life easier on any mother? What does it mean to be a good father? What are the expectations that mothers and fathers agree on?
For news channels, who is asking the questions that they are reporting on? Seriously.
What kind of planet do people want to live on? Why is it, that after three years of advertising of the Global Goals it hasn’t caught hold? Is Hollywood, Social Media, or negative news more appealing?
Is the media only going to ask questions of Americans who have no ties to the rest of the people on planet Earth, looking at narrowly held opinions? Isn’t part of our reason for coming to this Earth in physical form to evolve consciously?
Pops wrote out part of his poem for today:
“I surrender, I do declare
But I’ll set things straight just to be fair
If there’s only one plea
I’ll get down on my knee
And that would be to make Truth as a goal
And raise it high upon a pole”
How does it feel to say “I don’t know” everything about reality?
It is a sign of an educated mind to say, “I don’t know.”
Note: By mentioning anyone or any product on this website, the purpose is to give attention, so we are saying “more of this please” (like Boyan, Greta, PyroGenesis) If we mention a book, music, or product, we hope you will buy or view that book, music, or product. We are all in this together and we can help each other. We hope that by showing a video with only _____ views, that it will increase dramatically in views.
We think we are going to be so successful that we put a maximum of what our savings will be each year. We hope that by the end of the year, we can show we invested a lot more in people and products than we saved for ourselves. The people we are going to help first is our families. Call it nepotism if you want, but we call it family. We want to help our families. What would the world look like if we had as a priority to accept our family for who they are, listen to them, appreciate they journeys they have chosen, and we help them in whatever way we can, it could be as simple as listening to their point of view or saying, “I’m sorry I haven’t been the best brother or sister, mother or father, but I’m working on changing that.” If we did this, every person on our planet would be taken care of – just by their very own family.
I would love to spoil my family. I would love to spoil my children with a good university or vocational education – tuition paid and room paid for and a budget with just enough, with the right balance. Most of all, I want my children to know that they are the creators of their own reality. I want to see what kind of planet they want to create. I don’t want to spoil my children with a fancy car and allowance. I want them to feel the success of their own creations and thus the joy of life and living.
What kind of planet Earth would you like to live on? Or What kind of world would you like to live in? Do you feel any difference between the use of “planet Earth” and “world?”
There is the 99:1 principle or 1:99, read as 99 to 1 or 1 to 99. As stated by Abraham-Hicks, you can have 99 things going well, but you can spend all your time with the one thing that is not right.
How do you want to spend your time and day? What do you want to focus on? What are your driving questions? What things do you want to know?
For the person of Pops, for example, currently living on planet Earth, what would people see in him? He would like to be called Pops as an affectionate term. He likes that POP is an acronym for the Principal of Peace, a website he created and has been slow to develop. His work as school principal was the most enjoyable of all the jobs he had in his young 56 years of life. He and his wife Kma have put together a site called, “TheMasterStorytellers.com” which is dedicated to people, business, and governments who are in the process of creating a new reality. This is their 99. Pops didn’t live a perfect life, but his perspective has changed and he now wants to give back, to set things straight. He hopes the people, business, and governments mentioned on their website will continue to get support.
What if one thing bad happens? This one bad thing can give us a false impression of what is happening in the world. Take for example the horrific mosque shooting in New Zeeland that killed 50 people. On that same day, there were millions of Muslims who attended a mosque and had a peaceful worship service. What are we going to focus on?
Why do people broadcast the terrible pictures and not the pictures of people caring about their planet? Aren’t those the heroes? Who has made it to the 2030halloffame.com?
Could news media state whose question they are reporting on? Does the news media report on driving questions?
Could it be that these much larger questions are what drives us and not the fear we see on TV?
What are the driving, leading edge questions people have about life?
Is it culturally acceptable for a school principal, teacher, writer, musician, or politician to be using 2.5 mg of THC five hours prior to his or her work start time?
We “wear out” our songs, movies, and art. We wish they could come faster.
Will people feel “left out” if they didn’t know about 2030? Whose fault would that be?
Will you feel motivated enough to join the 2030 crowd in the park or at the mall?
What is the class of 2030, 2029 or 2031 being taught about the Global Goals?
Both the educated and not-as-much educated should be asking questions. Do we know what they don’t know?”
Pops read chapter 7 of his Shaman book and got a couple more insights:
“If you transform the dream of permanence, death can become your ally, keeping you from spending precious life force avoiding it in every way possible.”
“So the only way to survive is to become no one. You become no one by deleting all of the I am this or that stories.”
“Infinity is different from eternity, which is what religions promise us – suffering or ecstasy for all time. Eternity is an infinite number of moments, still trapped within the river of time. Infinity is before time, beyond time. The river of time, eternal as it is, runs through the valleys and meadows of infinity.”
“And just to be clear, we do not have a light body. It’s the opposite. Our light body has a physical body that it inhabits for the short time we are on this planet.”
“How do I know these teachings are not simply religion repackaged? Simple. You can discover this yourself, and it will make all the difference in your life. You do not have to take anyone’s word for it. It is verifiable if you choose to do the experiment. The experiment is called by many names, including meditation.”
“Remember: when you wake form the dream of permanence, you discover that there is life in death and death in life…You discover your infinite nature.”
The same morning Pops received and email from Alberoto Villoldo. Pops is on his email list and Alberto sends out weekly updates. The title of his blog post was “The Invisible World: Ever present and accessible.” (The post can be found at https://thefourwinds.com/blog/shamanism/invisible-world-ever-present-accessible/)
Pops like Alberto’s quote on food and its relationship to the invisible world.
This more recently evolved part of the brain has a favorite food source: ketone bodies, or fats, which are like jet fuel for the brain. You cannot explore the invisible world of Spirit with your predatory and more primitive limbic brain, which feeds primarily on sugars and is terrified of death, ghosts, and shadows lurking in the night.
In addition to Alberto’s work, Kma discussed some of the work of Steve Nobel and sent him a link that tied in with what they had been learning about Shamanism. (the link is: https://www.thesoulmatrix.com/star-shamanism/?mc_cid=05f31d47e0&mc_eid=3d0da686ee ) Pops found the article and the youtube clip insightful.
One quote states:
“According to author and Shamanic investigator, Mircea Eliade, the future Shaman sometimes takes the risk of being mistaken for a mad man but his madness fulfills a mystic function. It fulfills certain aspects of reality to him that are inaccessible to other mortals. And it is only after having experienced and entered these hidden dimensions of reality that the mad man becomes a Shaman.”
“Of course, the path is calling both men and women.”
“I believe that we are in a time now where many star seeds on this planet are being called to this path. We are in a time of powerful change. The world we know is dying and a new world is calling to be born. Many individuals are now being called by spirit to awaken…”
It’s going to be a very good day
A Steve Nobel Ascension Video
A contemplative moment for Pops. Focus on Pops or Focus on the outside or both?