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The Shift Towards Radical Change

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As we move through this article, this notion of your role in creation will become an important concept for you to embrace. Indeed, if you wish to change the world, you have to strip yourself of your conditioning regarding this world. You need to question your conditioning, what you believe is real. And, you must realize that what you believe is real is because you have been manipulated so that those who hunger for externalized power can control you.

This is our primary problem in our state of today. We seek power outwards. We focus more on power over than power to. The only way beyond this is to strip ourselves of our conditioned minds and stand empty of concepts, conceptions, and beliefs.

All thought must cease and we must be as we were in the beginning, before time and space came to be.

As the name Thinking Woman implies, the universe is conceived in a similar fashion to how our thoughts arise in our minds, as well as how a baby is conceived in a woman's womb. Thus the ideas contained in this article may be referred to as concepts. Conception is a feminine process. In this regard, it is interesting that the term Psyche, referring to both Soul and Mind, is female. Linking these together, is it any wonder that the term used for the conception of a baby and the conception of a thought are the same?.

Can you see how it all pulls together and how YOU relate?

Physicist David Bohm suggests that collective thought and knowledge have become so automated that we are in large part controlled by them, with a subsequent loss of authenticity, freedom and order. In his view, an individual is seen as an idiosyncrasy (i.e., private mixture) of the collective movement of values, meanings and intentions. In Bohm's view, real power is in the activity of thought. While independence and choice appear to be inherent in our actions, we are actually being driven by agendas that act faster than, and independent of, our conscious choice.

These agendas are partially manufactured by the corporations and governmental systems of the world to keep you consuming and working for their benefit. Knowing the power of conditioned thought, the leaders of this world have conditioned us to behave in a fashion that provides them with power over us. They have power over us because we don't know our own true power source. We see it outside ourselves, not inside. To tap into this power, we need to move beyond our conditioning.

Charles Einstein is a case in point. Charles is the author of The Moneyless Manifesto. As reflected in the title, he lives without money. In essence, he sees money as being as real as Santa Claus. The need for money is a myth. It doesn't exist in Nature. For example, trees provide oxygen for us to breathe in and do not charge us anything for it. Meanwhile we breathe out carbon dioxide that they breathe in. It's a win-win situation. This is a true economy.

Our lives are simply not going to get any better with Obama as a president that hands out health care to the masses. Our lives are only going to get better when WE change. As long as we surrender our power outwards, nothing will ever change. Our dependence on the corporation and government systems is a mirror to the life of an embattled housewife.

\We no longer need to be tied to an abusive husband. We can and must seek a divorce. But to do so is to let go of our dependence on the Man, who is nothing less than an abusive spouse that just wants to keep us bitches under control.

Our change or evolution into self-sufficiency and relationship requires that we rid ourselves of our conditioning. This relates to the message of both the virgin birth story of Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh (John 1:14) and the crucifixion. In order to evolve we need to die i.e., become virgin which in essence entails a death to our conditioning. As the Christian mystic Meister Echart states, we need to be in the same state that we were when we were not.

This is important for in today's conditioned world, our thoughts create fragmentation. This was beautifully illustrated when a Navaho Chief said of the Europeans:

" You people have parents against children

Children against parents

Women against men

and left against right.

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Burl is an avid writer and publishes to OpEd News. He is author of "Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature." As of this writing, Burl is planning to self-publish the book. Alongside his wife, Burl co-hosts an on line radio (more...)
 

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