Tag Archive | personal responsibility

Antiviral: Choosing what we spread

Antiviral: Choosing what we spread


Hello dearest readers, Currently, the world seems to be swept by an intentionally propagated fear of the corona virus. As most of you already probably know, the main purpose of global media is to spread fear and to keep humanity in a lower vibrational frequency so that the collective can be easily kept under control. […]

Shifting realities: mastering the pattern

Shifting realities: mastering the pattern


  Dearest readers, As I navigate the ascension process, working my way back up from separation and survival consciousness (3-D) towards unity and compassion (5-D) and non-judgment (7-D), I often notice unwanted thoughts and emotions entering my realm of experience or reality. Sometimes it is something as silly as compulsively imagining cockroaches invading my bathroom. […]

Remedies for loneliness: the importance of sharing and intimacy

Remedies for loneliness: the importance of sharing and intimacy


Dearest readers, An unforeseen and preventable tragedy recently occurred in my work place. One of my younger coworkers, M. (aged 27) took his own life during the holiday break. He was a quiet young man. Respectful, thoughtful, intelligent. A model employee who was always on time and who played by the rules. His college major […]

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 […]

Monster: How Mass Shootings Can Teach Us How to Heal Ourselves, Our Societies


Dearest readers, There are many reasons why violence is so prevalent in the United States and around the planet today. Violence is an outward projection of our individual inner states of being as well as an accurate portrait of our collective state and how we use our consciousness to create the realities in which we […]

How to make your neighborhood a safe, happy place

How to make your neighborhood a safe, happy place


Dearest readers, I am a member of a neighborhood social network called NextDoor. It is a wonderful site, connecting people in contiguous communities, allowing people to exchange thoughts, practical information, make friends, and to help one another in various ways. However, the issue of crime and neighborhood safety is one which keeps recurring, and I […]

We are the ones we’ve been waiting for: the new age of personal responsibility

We are the ones we’ve been waiting for: the new age of personal responsibility


Dearest readers, Life is but a dream. My focus in the new paradigm, as we collectively move into a higher level of consciousness, is to create a dream, that is a life, that I enjoy. No one is coming to save us. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We came, we incarnated, to […]

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 […]

Heart coherence: taking responsibility for the power of love


  Dear readers, We have the privilege today of living in the most crucial time in human history. Humanity has finally reached a critical mass of heart consciousness – enough to expose the corruption and forces of darkness which have been used to control and manipulate human beings, sustaining chaos, fear, and allowing the majority […]

Be powerful: choose love, avoid fear


Hello readers, We are living in a special time in which great changes are taking place. In fact, together, we are bringing about a historic paradigm shift. As the electromagnetic energies of the Earth rise and the polar shift continues, human beings are experiencing much turmoil all over the planet. The opportunity to raise our […]

Yin and Yang: the political divide in America


  Hello readers, In America, we live in an either/or world. Either you are an individualist (a Republican or Libertarian) or you are a progressive socialist (Democrat). Did it ever occur to anyone that a person who is concerned about social issues may also be an independent, self-responsible person? And how about those Americans who […]

Nanny State: What does this term really mean?


Hello readers, I was recently listening to a BBC program transmitted on National Public Radio about Australia and how the government is increasingly passing legislation to regulate even the smallest aspects of peoples’ lives, including attempting to restrict or ban the use of Vegemite! The announcer used the term “Nanny State” regarding this behavior, and […]

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 […]

Guardian Angels Teach Us to Fly


Hello readers, The last few days I have been mulling over how my life seems to have gotten progressively more challenging the last several years.  At times, I have felt despair, as if a curse has enveloped me, as difficult persons and situations have entangled me in their webs of intrigue, their narcissistic dramas and […]

Unrivaled Sibling: Forgiveness of Dreams Undone


A colleague’s face is painted with my sister’s shadow Resentment springs where attention undeserved was lost Unspoken conversations over decades remain intact A mind weaves poisonous threads easily Cut outs of unnecessary misery excised My sister’s bitter note “wish you were dead” No longer matters So sad you feel I stole the love you craved […]

Blue Gold: World Water Wars – A review of an important documentary film


Greetings, readers.  Last night I watched Blue Gold: World Water Wars.  The dvd was recommended to me by a patron at the library where I work.  Directed by Sam Bozzo and released in 2008, the film was inspired by the book “Blue Gold: The Fight to Stop the Corporate Theft of the World’s Water” by Maude […]

Pro-life, Pro-liberty, Pursuit of the Feminine


Last night I watched the vice-presidential candidates debate the various issues – the same ones that always come up, as if there were no other, more important debate-worthy issues.  The moderator, Martha Raddatz, Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent for ABC News, tried to bring out the individual man in each of the debaters in the manner […]

Why Adam and Eve?


I chose the name of my blog after our Old Testament avatars, the so-called first man and woman, Adam and Eve.  This name “adamevenevenadam” includes a play on words around these names, as I search to make sense of why our societies and cultures around the world so fear and hate the feminine.  My quest, […]