Posts Tagged ‘society’

Osmotic Intentions

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

2012-12-27 14.10.06we learn – and learn to accept – a lot of maligned rubbish, ideas, and beliefs, through societal osmosis.

fortunately, we also disseminate paradigm and consciousness shifts in much the same way.

still, it doesn’t hurt to be more aware. start with the heart.

love your life,
tb

Situation


We Are the New(s)

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

P1060212we need a new…” is moot, outdated, and no longer of any service to us, collectively.

it is a relic of armchair activism, patriarchal and religious separatism, bubble-brain, me-versus-you mentality; it presumes we are fragmented, isolated, and wholly powerless, when in truth, we always ARE the new:

economy
government/democracy/republic
education system(s)
medical, holistic, healing arts/artists
spirituality
peace makers
peace keepers
industry
conscious activists
urban planners
community builders
unity thinkers
singularity…

look around.

love your life,
tb

Legacy


Curved and Narrow…

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

the old roadwe tend to go through life on a fairly narrow path…

sequences fall in line based on your chosen parents and what they in turn choose to expose you to – largely informed and influenced by the usual significant factors: money, culture, society, beliefs, religion, etc. their decisions are further infused by whatever conditioning and programs they’ve maintained from their own ancestry, and also by whatever current state the greater collective consciousness maintains as true, useful, important, and essential for the development of growing minds… or, ideally, opening hearts.

so what does it boil down to? it’s powerful and expanding to take stock of your story on occasion. meditate on who you are and where you’ve come to; who you maintain as a person and personality, and if you’ve neglected, perhaps, to remember the question: what else is possible?

regardless of your age and experience, every day is an opportunity to start anew. every day you can approach life with the attitude, “i feel like i’ve only begun!” remember the child-like curiosity, openness, and sheer limitlessness of the dance, reincorporating imagining, dreaming, and conducting your cosmic orchestra.

we’ve only just begun…

love your life,
tb

Legacy