Tag Archive | freedom

Natural Technology and Artificial Intelligence

Natural Technology and Artificial Intelligence


  Dearest readers, The biggest question of our time, I believe, is this: Will you take back your power and freedom, or do you agree to become the property of a corporation, essentially an enslaved cog in a machine? A.I. or artificial intelligence, in essence, is the use of artificial (not of nature or unnatural) […]

The End of the Transhumanist Agenda: How we choose

The End of the Transhumanist Agenda: How we choose


  Dearest readers, I have taken a break from blogging for a while, though ideas for posts keep coming to me. As a lightworker/starseed, the awakening and ascension process for humanity and the planet preoccupies a lot of my waking and probably my sleeping life as well. At this point in our collective experience of […]

The Comforts and Discomforts of Living Inside and Outside of the Box

The Comforts and Discomforts of Living Inside and Outside of the Box


Dearest readers, I recently finished reading an intriguing and thought provoking novel by Celeste Ng, called Little Fires Everywhere. Throughout the story, the author contrasts the life choices of two families. One is a single mother Mia, and her teen-aged daughter, Pearl, who live a nomadic and minimalist lifestyle. The mother is an artist, and […]

Trust, freedom, and power: the price of conditional love

Trust, freedom, and power: the price of conditional love


  Dearest readers, I’ve been musing about belonging and freedom. Naturally, we should be easily able to be part of a family or group and also maintain our individuality. At least it seems simple on the surface. Thousands of years of conditional love have robbed us of our spontaneity, our ability to love self and […]

On Money and Freedom

On Money and Freedom


Dearest readers, Many people say that money is but a form of energy. That everything is energy. Yet in our current paradigm, money seems to rule our lives and holds for many the energy of fear. Fear of not having enough, fear of not being able to live out our true talents, desires, dreams. Money […]

Poor me: race, cognitive dissonance, and personal responsibility for all


Dearest readers, Being human is impossibly difficult. It is a challenge we take on voluntarily. At least that is what I believe, and that belief empowers me and gives me hope for all of us. It seems crazy to think that I could have chosen the family I was born into and the circumstances of […]

The power of our emotions


Dearest readers, This is a quote from a Magenta Pixie video that I jotted down because it impressed me so much: “It is the emotion behind intent that produces manifestation.” Human beings are highly emotional beings. The chaos we observe in the world has been created in order to manipulate our emotional bodies and to […]

People, power and the end of worship


s  Dearest readers, When I first began this blog, it was the intuition that reality is not at all what it appears to be which motivated my desire to explore human consciousness and the nature of reality. As it turns out, my explorations of reality have brought me on an ever more inward spiral through […]

Waking up in the physical body

Waking up in the physical body


Dearest readers, I have been wondering how the ascension process pertains to the feminine and to our choice to incarnate on Earth in a physical body. People who publish articles and videos on-line about the ascension process explain that Gaia or our home planet Earth has consciously decided to “ascend”. This means that the planet […]

Creating realities that support joy


Dearest readers, I was just thinking about how we, as human parents, try to extend childhood for our kids. It wasn’t always like this, and in many places it still isn’t. Children work and are even slaves in many places around the world today. But the point I would like to make is this: the […]

I can’t complain: how pop psychology keeps reality at bay & how to create true happiness


Dear readers, Being human is hard. We are complex beings with complex emotions. Happiness or contentment are often elusive in a world fraught with difficulties, including solitude, a struggle to survive financially and raise a family, and the desires to be truly free and creative, to be healthy, and to be part of a community […]

The importance of sharing our talents


Hello readers, This blog is about the nature of reality. What we are taught as children often forms lifelong beliefs which condition us into either a life of creativity and joy or a life of toil dominated consciously or unconsciously by fear and anxiety. In America, we are taught to think about personal power in a certain […]

Waking up: what tomorrow will bring


Hello readers, Many people want to know why we are here on Earth. What is our purpose? I have been trying to figure this out for many years. Over the years, gradually, like the opening of a flower bud, small bits of realization have come to me. When I was in my early twenties as […]

America is a welfare state…for rich people!


Hello readers, When I lived in France, I never felt poor, even though I never earned very much money. I felt like my life was focused on creativity, on being an artist, then a parent,on living the life I wanted to live. I had to live very frugally in order to accomplish this, and I owned […]

Freedom of the homeless (a poem)


In the glass castle we judged them for the flaky freedom of their questionable parenting skills Funny not to see until now the freedom of the homeless It’s fun to be homeless no responsibilities no worries My mind turned as the coin with two sides shadowy life choice revealing inherent sunbeams as fresh as the […]

progressive reawakening


Hello readers, Are you an idealist? If you are anything like me, it probably really bothers you when you see an individual or some group of people or defenseless animals becoming the object of mistreatment or discrimination. Like me, you might be struggling to make a living and having the feeling that the little safety […]

What does it mean to be a man? On Freedom, Responsibility and Ferguson


Hello readers, As a human being and a mom of a young 15 year-old son whose father is from West Africa, I am deeply saddened and frightened by American culture and behavior in the after-math of the murders of Michael Brown on August 9th in Ferguson, MO and 12 year-old Tamir Rice this past Monday […]

Links between Freedom and Community


Hello readers, My recent readings have lead me to an epiphany of sorts.  The books in question are not related to each other in topic: Jon Katz’s book about relationships between people and dogs, The New Work of Dogs: Tending to Life, Love, and Family (2003), and The Smartest Kids in the World – and […]

Play (a very short story shaped like a poem)


Come out and play!  Sluggish eyed, Taina no longer had the soft gaze and limp cuddle of a clearly innocent puppy.  Childhood, a time for play, is no longer Replaced by other activities.  Chores. Entertainment. Mating.  And yet she was beginning to feel that the accoutrements of adulthood were A) not so important to being a successful […]

WHAT IF? ON FREEDOM…


July 4, 2013 Hello readers, What does freedom or independence mean to you?  To some, it means having no one over yourself to tell you what choices to make or how to behave. To others, it means enjoying the ability to be your true self without censorship, to be able to reach full potential without […]