by Soren Dreier
Bottled up anger can cause havoc if it cannot find its way out of our emotional system. We have to find a way to release it before it inflates our body and mind and causes severe damage, often cancer when speaking of the body, and in the mind often a permanent state of hostility towards everybody and everything.
Anger is an emotional issue, and if we can source code it we will not have to allow it to penetrate and define the wholeness of our life.
Main stream New Age is not necessarily a friend here. It often condemns feelings like anger, jealousy, hurt as low frequency. Even more, it will often just flip the coin on you and tell you it is your own fault, karma, what you have you attracted and so on – so just. Forgive.
New Age often becomes a prison in all of its Don’ts and No-Goes instead of a liberating force. It sugar-coats what it sees as ‘bad’ with cliché solutions that will not contain the problem – sugar-coating a muffin filled with rot and maggots does not make it taste better.
There are levels of engagement in getting rid of anger, jealousy, feeling betrayed and such emotions, and what needs to be said and done in order to release it is the first step. After that we can talk of transcending it into understanding and forgiveness and hope that the anger really flew out of the windows we opened for it.
My question is:
Why do so many spiritually engaged people find it so hard to admit and come to terms with the fact that they have this anger and similar emotions that are New Age politically incorrect?
The answer lies within the question.
So, let us for a moment disengage from Mainstream New Age and all of its Don’ts and get real.
If you’re angry – you’re angry. You need to deal with it and not spread it around as a state of mind you are in, and wasting time painting an angry face with a smiley. You are busted anyway.
I spend some years working with teens who had been exposed to incest from a very early age. Children are so loyal to their parents. The first step in healing that was to make them acknowledge that what was done to them was just plain bad, wrong, disgusting. And that is exactly the way they felt about themselves: bad, wrong, disgusting.
Self-blame for a situation they had no responsibility for, being only victims of the deranged adults. It took time to turn that around. To make them see and feel that. To turn the self-blame into: Blame. Yes, the hard reality. They needed a target for blame outside themselves in order to turn the self-blame outwards towards their parents or family members.
Next step was to actively tell their torturers: “What you did to me is so beyond words, you subhuman low life scum” – and then the healing kicked in. At a very rapid speed. At a mature age, which they have now, they maybe could not forgive, but at least they could come to terms with the fact that they were abused, in a way that they would not seek a self-destructive anger-driven spiralling down into promiscuity, booze and drugs.
Half a year I was talking with a man from Holland. He has severe cancer.
He started to mention how his mother hated men. Saw them as a threat, dishonest, lying scumbags and that programming. She was very generous in sharing her opinions of men with him even before he became a toddler. They lived alone, no man in the house, only him as the man in the house, and she would target him in every situation for being a man, which also included making a ridicule of his genitals. I will spare your insight on his girlfriend troubles; they should be obvious.
It made me aware of why he got the cancer.
He was trying to erase himself – like his mother did, and as mentioned in the start of this post – the problem inflated into his male body.
I started to say: Did you ever tell your mother that she is one psychotic bitch? And he hung up.
In what may be the largest worker strike in history, last week India came to a halt for two days when at least 200 million workers – about 16% of India’s 1.25 billion population – in the country’s public, services, communications and agriculture sectors staged a strike across the country organized by ten labor unions against what they called the anti-national and anti-worker policies of the BJP-led government, and against a new labor law that would undermine the rights of workers and unions.
The strike is a protest against new legislation that passed on 2 January, and is a de facto verdict on Prime Minister Narendra Modi providing an opportunity for millions of workers to protest against high prices and high levels of unemployment, something we touched upon in “The Indian Railway System Announced 63,000 Job Openings… 19 Million People Applied.”
John Dayal, general secretary of the All India Christian Council, told AsiaNews that the event was exceptional, “one of the largest ever organised in the country, planned in advance in every detail.” In his view, the most important thing is that it “is taking place on the eve of general elections that will mark the fate of the prime minister”.
While the massive strike took place in an overall context of calm, there were numerous incidents confirming that social anger in the world’s second most populous nation is also approaching a breaking point: protesters blocked several cities, clashes broke out and damage were reported; a 57-year-old woman died in in Mundagod, a city in northern Karnataka, during a local protest. In Maharashtra more than 5,000 workers blocked the Mumbai-Baroda-Jaipur-Delhi highway. In Puducherry (Pondicherry), on the east coast, protesters hurled stones at a Tamil Nadu state bus. Transport services closed and rail services were disrupted in Kerala. In Odisha (Orissa), shops, schools, offices and markets shut down for 48 hours. In West Bengal, protesters burnt effigies of Prime Minister Modi.
The national strike was an initiative of the Central Trade Unions (CTU), which is an India-wide labor federation. Unions are opposed to the Trade Unions (Amendment) Bill of 2018 which modified the Trade Union Act of 1926.
Under the law, trade union recognition is mandatory at both at national and state level. However, workers believe that the new law grants the government discretionary power in recognizing labor organizations, effectively eliminating the current bargaining process involving employees, employers and the government.
Unions demanded the enactment of the Social Security Act to protect workers and a minimum wage of 24,000 rupees (more than US$ 340) for the unorganised transport sector.
The infamous human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine by Gardasil is in use around the world for both girls and boys, even though an American court has ruled beyond the shadow of a doubt that the vaccine can kill people.
The Tarsell family lost their 21-year-old daughter when she died shortly after getting this vaccine, and because of their determination to hold the vaccine maker accountable, they have proven that this vaccine is dangerous and needs to be removed from the schedule of vaccines.
No family should ever have to go through such an ordeal, but for the sake of justice for Christina Tarsell, the Tarsell family won an incredibly important judgement. Her story is told in brief, here:
Hi. My name is Christina Richelle Tarsell, but people call me Chris. I celebrated my 21st birthday in November 2007; I did not live to see my 22nd. Suddenly and inexplicably, I died in bed in June 2008. An autopsy report said that the cause of my death was undetermined. My family wanted to know what happened to me and, led by attorney Mark Sadaka, they pursued an extensive investigation. World-class experts in immunology, Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld and cardiology and electrophysiology, Dr. Michael Eldar determined that I died from an arrhythmia induced by an autoimmune response to the HPV vaccine Gardasil which I had received only days before my death.
Incredibly, by law, vaccine manufacturers like Merck cannot be held liable for injuries and deaths caused by their vaccines. The only recourse my family had was to file a claim against the Secretary of Health and Human Services to hold them accountable.
After 8 long years, the government finally conceded that we met our burden of proof that Gardasil caused my death.
This is a precedent setting case. I am deeply grateful to everyone who, guided by truth and a higher consciousness, would not let my death be dismissed as a “coincidence.” Here are the links to the ruling by Judge Coster Williams and the revised ruling by the Special Master.
Confirmed by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the final ruling serves as a warning that Merck’s Gardasil vaccine can cause autoimmune problems which may cause sudden debilitation and/or death.
The final ruling has been confirmed by the Department of Health and Human Services: Merck’s Gardasil vaccine causes autoimmune problems that cause sudden debilitation and/or death. This ruling supports claims that the vaccine is just too dangerous to risk, and to date we know of at least 271 young women who’ve died after getting the vaccine, and over 57,520 reports of adverse reactions to the vaccine.
by Soren Dreier
In the post yesterday, I wrote a bit about consciousness:
Our eternal consciousness. A very intelligent construct – exploring what knows us the best – from ancient time to the present it only unfolds if we take it on, or it remains dormant…….And some more.
I’d like to go a bit further into that.
From a basic perspective:
We know that when we die, the only thing we take with us is our consciousness. We have had myriads of deaths. We have had myriads of lives. So, the ‘content’ of our consciousness, seen from that perspective alone, has the memory of these lives imbedded in it.
Often our surroundings trigger a deeper memory of “I´ve been here before” and most importantly: We don’t meet new friends or loves, we recognize them. Some experiences of déjà vu can also relate to the past lives and are not always glitches in the Matrix.
We have this knowledge and when we tap into it, it comes out into the open as a distinct memory, as clear as what we had for breakfast yesterday. It’s very hard to do that within our own consciousness, so to speak, and we often need a helper to tap into that knowledge. Some use regressional therapy, some use hypnotherapy as a tool to tap into the source of lives gone by.
Which again means that our consciousness knows us the best. If we tap into that knowledge the consciousness reacts very generously and very willingly to satisfy our hunger for self-knowledge. If we don’t go into that specific realm of the consciousness, that knowledge remains dormant. Past lives here, past lives in other universes, and it goes all the way to our ‘source’ code, when we were Gods and could manifest a Galaxy with the wink of our hand.
So, is it with other realms of the consciousness.
Metaphysics, Spirituality, Soulful Knowledge.
I think it fair to say that our soul knows all of this. A common phrase in Spirituality – ‘the soul is all knowing’. Yes and no. It is, but something Higher than the soul is resting with the God Force and has this infinite knowledge.
Since we are knowledge seekers: Let’s say we enter a spiritual seminar or read or hear something inspiring: A different window opens into our all-knowing consciousness. By learning, we get the tools to tap into that realm and we go: “I Know I Knew That” and the levees break again.
We needed a tool: A Teacher as a midwife of the birth of our knowledge. That is our real purpose by the way: Knowledge seekers in this life and so many other lives.
The series “Vikings” is replete with archetypal characters, both male and female. The central and most powerful woman character is Lagertha. She sits beside and easily equals the most powerful male character Ragnar. For a time they are married, a marriage cut short by Ragnar’s shortcomings. It is these shortcomings that lead him into a spiralling and self destructive journey into his dark side, his shadow.
Lagertha’s trajectory, on the other hand, is an inspiring journey into her nobility and her sacredness. In a powerful way Lagertha and Ragnar swap poles – she masters the external world of human exploits in the physical realm, while he masters the internal and unseen world of the soul in the religious realm (the Hierophant card of the Tarot). In this way we witness a powerful woman mastering the masculine within, while a powerful man masters the feminine within. Her journey lies in the outside world, while his journey lies within the internal world. She is active, he is ultimately, passive.
Astrologically, we see Mars succumb to Pluto in Ragnar’s journey through the underworld, while Lagertha’s Venus masters and integrates Mars the warrior.
While Ragnar’s boundaries weaken and fail in a finely nuanced slow motion existential dissolution, Lagertha defines and defends her sacred and divine boundaries to the hilt. She defends herself and others, and that which is precious to her – her family, her clan and her divine feminine power. She spills blood to protect blood, the bloodline, and ancestral memory. She becomes The Queen, having mastered herself and the world around her. Her anger is righteous anger in that she uses it to defend the sacred and divine boundaries of herself and her people. All attempts to break down her boundaries are met with the power of the spiritual warrior. She is equally fire and ice – a fully integrated being, who can consciously choose the fierce heat of battle, or the cold, hard and deliberate stratagems of political power.
The underlying archetypal theme that weaves the entire “Vikings” narrative together into a coherent whole, is the sacred boundary of the divine. We live in a time where boundaries on all levels are under sustained attack – individually, collectively and globally. Globalism is really just a canard, a false flag under which each and every existing boundary is destroyed, thus opening up the entire planet and everything upon it, to extractive exploitation, perversion and destruction.
The Vikings represent an archetypal expression of powerful, independent and free Human Beings. They are fully self-actualised and are able to defend themselves and what they value – they are not to be messed with. They must be treated with respect and be carefully negotiated with. Their territory – physical, cultural, and spiritual, is entirely theirs, and is fully embraced as such. If you step over their boundaries without permission, you had better be ready for the consequences. This is something that we have lost in our so-called modernity.
We have been domesticated to the point that when the wolves enter our fenced enclosure, we wait frozen in apprehension while our owner’s come to our rescue. What we are just now realising is that our owners are the wolves – that which predates upon us. We wait politely and passively in our safe space. We have been disarmed, defanged and drugged into a lazy torpor that makes us easy pickings.
Viking Paganism (from “the Pagani – those who live with the land”) on the other hand, speaks of a time when the natural world was respected with awe and at times a little fear. It also speaks of a time when Human Beings were not labouring under the insidious and parasitic control of the church’s priest classes, or the money changers. At this point it must be noted that Ragnar”s journey into “religiosity” is predicated upon the 6th century christian mysticism of the Hebrides of the British Isles, which evolved in splendid isolation from the catholic church. This mysticism speaks of a direct and personal experience of the divine – something which is anathema to the church.