Saturday, June 28, 2008

Abraham: The Law of Attraction

For those of you who have seen the secret or know about the law of attraction, the teachings of abraham are a major source of the information, plus more knowledge about the laws of the universe. Abraham was featured on the original secret, a tv series in australia. Abraham was not in the DVD release that went mainstream (oprah, etc). The secret only teaches a small part of "the secret", leaving many more secrets!!!

Abraham teaches the full rules of this game of life, so we can truly have whatever we want. They say we are all eternal beings here at this time in physical form because it is a time of great awakening and we were eager to be here to participate. Their overall message is that life is good, and if you focus on joy, you will receive joy. (The law of attraction)

I listened to their special subjects volume 1 CDs (recorded in 1988) borrowed from a friend, but you can listen to the first cd online for free or have them send you one for free to check out. It'll blow your mind. You can also check out their own youtube videos, but its a good idea to hear the intro to get an idea what they are all about and where the information is coming from (the non-physical dimension - where we go when we leave the earth).

I also read a book called Testimony of Light by Helen Greaves that was written in 1968 by Helen and her long time friend in life Sister Frances Banks a fellow nun who died and gave messages back to Helen from the otherside! They also talk about the law of attraction and how our thoughts are instant without the buffer of time.

So I see one of the purposes in life is to learn to control our minds to focus upon what we want. As Abraham says, we have two emotions - those that feel good and those that feel bad. If we follow what feels good, we will be guided to what we want. I like to think of this as my intuition, which I now have a better idea about where it comes from!

So here we are in 2008 and I no longer fear any death or anything about the future even though I am aware of all the problems. I am now taking time out of teach day to relax and clear my conscious mind to relax and get closer to my intuition. Then I think about what I want and when I get a strong emotion, I go for it and life is full of energy, joy and beauty!

Much love to everyone and let us positively co-create our future together on this leading edge of creation here on earth!!!

WWJB: What would jesus buy?

Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping Gospel Choir on a cross-country mission to save Christmas from the Shopocalypse (the end of humankind from consumerism, over-consumption and the fires of eternal debt.)

I just got around to watching this film! It's really funny and entertaining :) The above preview will give you a good idea what it's all about... :)

Update: Full film below!

The Seven-Day Weekend

from karmatube

Ricardo Semler built a company that breaks all the rules. He encourages his employees to play hooky, tells them not to bother with growth plans. Workers choose their own salaries, set their own hours, and have no job titles. Ridiculous? Inefficient? A recipe for chaos? Perhaps. But over the past six years, Semler's company has increased its revenue from $35 million to $212 million. And with over 3,000 employees, it has virtually no turnover! Here's an interview with this maverick--and author of the best-selling book, The Seven-Day Weekend.

I also really like his attitude toward schools - it is very similar to mine. Children (and adults) learn when we want to. We can't force people to learn or do anything if we want to be effective and not waste most of our time. I would like to see more independent study in schools, with teachers being there more as mentors to guide students. I think teaching how to read, write and basic math are important, but above that, we should be giving students opportunities to be hands on in the community. Let us give children the opportunity to learn real skills that apply to their teachings, not just memorizing formulas that will be forgotten shortly after the test is given.

Do we want to teach kids to blindly follow authority or do we want to teach them how to think independently and critically? We are freedom seeking beings who are here to learn and create new diverse thought. If we are to have a prosperous sustainable future, we must trust eachother and allow eachother to be independent and have a part and a responsibility in everything we do.