What Are You Seeking After? If you weren’t seeking for something more, you wouldn’t have landed on this page.
It doesn’t matter what you think you’re seeking after, what you’re really wanting is the opportunity to express who you ultimately are.
This of course is my theory. And you can’t replace the experience of expressing who you ultimately are with material objects. Pay close attention to what I’ve actually said. It is the experience of expressing that cannot be replaced.
When we make the object we wish to obtain our identity and our goal, we fail to understand why we are here. Please do not misunderstand what I am attempting to convey here. The desiring of things is a must. We must want in order to place into action the Momentum of the Experience of Expression. But when we get hung up on the object (thing desired), we are stunting our soul’s growth in connection with the experience of (1) Source’s (or God’s) expression through us and (2) our expression of Source through us.
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Earth is a place designed for our practice to express God. I will use Source and God interchangeably here in this blog to define the power of the “All That Is”. It is here on Earth that we are to allow the energy or power of God to express Itself through us in order for it to know Itself. And in order for this Source power to know Itself, it must operate within the (illusory) constraints of contrast. For it is this contrast that helps put into action the Momentum of the Experience of Expression or MEE.
The state of our world is the contrast. This contrast has put in place a massive desire for change. This desire or want has put into place the MEE. Now, we can jump on board with this momentum and allow full expression of Source to recreate this world anew. Or, we can ignore the momentum and live our lives without soul’s growth as the focus. And of course, everyone has the free will to choose whatever they feel. But thank the “All That Is” that it doesn’t take a large number of soul’s jumping on board to begin a shift into a much needed direction.
What’s Happening On Board The MEE
Seeking For Something More:
Greg Spencer is a young social entrepreneur and Co-Founder of The Paradigm Project who was also seeking for something more in working to create a sustainable culture in developing communities worldwide.
JV Crum III is another one on board the MEE and who has set out to assist others who wish to make a bigger impact on the world through his business Conscious Millionaire. You can also find out more about JV’s mission by checking out his book.
Meet Sophia Sunwoo, Co-Founder and CEO of Water Collective, bringing the model of sustainable clean water to developing countries worldwide.
Kid President is a very innovative and very young player in changing our world. He is definitely seeking for something more. This video below was just another one of his ingenious ways to combating one of the many crisis’ in America. Last year, he joined with ConAgra in providing over 100,000 meals to hungry children in the US. For every view or share, ConAgra donated money in equivalent to one meal to Feeding America.
These are just several world game changers and there are plenty more coming on the scene daily. Change can be implemented in many different ways. My hope here with this content is to hopefully inspire others to begin seeking for something more and to get the creative juices flowing.
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All we need is a small percentage of people just like you to make a global shift in consciousness. The minimum amount required to cause a shift is the square root of 1% of a population. Of 6 billion people on this planet that’s only 8,000 people, according to Gregg Braden from his book: The Divine Matrix: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles and Belief. That’s not a lot of people!
We are desperately in need of a change. The way we are operating is no longer sustainable for us, our children, nor our planet. So, how do we make the necessary changes that we so desperately need? We need innovators! We need people like you who want to make a difference. People like you who can see a better way of doing things on this planet and who also aren’t afraid to make these much needed changes a reality.
Do you think that the current administration that is in the White House is an accident? It is no accident. Our president who is hell-bent on dismantling the government and its systems truly believes that what he is doing is right. And many people may not want to hear this, but he just may be the man to do it. What people are not understanding is that the dismantling of our government system may not go in his favor. The current dismantling can possibly favor the people! And the only way the dismantling can favor the people is if we’ve awakened from our trance and have started to prepare ourselves for the many important tasks that lay ahead.
This is why it is so important to have on board people who are willing to begin the change within themselves to very well be the instruments needed to assist with ushering in new ideas and practices for our changing world.
Together we can all make the change we seek. And as we continue to align our thoughts and actions with LOVE, the most powerful energy known in the Universe, we will create our world anew!
Does this title appear to be somewhat premature? I don’t think so. Read this article by Robert Reich about how the “people” prevailed against the powers that be. Speaking as though what you want has already happened is a very powerful way to create the life that is desired.
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For so long we have focused on the health of our body and the health of our mind. And while our attention on these areas are extremely important it is equally important, if not more, that we begin focusing on the health of our spirit as well.
Since Spirit energy is the force behind everything, it’s important that this energy is kept flowing in and throughout our mental, emotional and physical bodies. Often this energy flow becomes blocked and different areas in our lives begin to suffer because of it. Finances start to dry up, relationships start to sour, physical pains start forming in weird places, and things just stop lining up like they used to. To keep a healthy flow of spirit energy at a steady current we must keep our channels tuned into the universe.
Keeping our channels tuned into the universe is to be ready to pick up (receive) all of what the universe is transmitting. The universe is constantly communicating with us by intuitive winks or synchronized events. Even a message from a song on the radio, a billboard, or license plate can be a sign that the universe is trying to tell us something. But if our minds are distracted from the present then most likely our channels are not tuned into the Universal Station. Our channels, however, are never really closed. Often we're just tuned into other stations of the matrix like the latest news update of a natural or man-made catastrophe.
In our society, what doesn’t pertain to the five senses is often an afterthought. But as so many now are desiring to know and understand more beyond the five senses, we are coming to realize that it is essential that we nurture our spirit in order to achieve balance in every aspect of our lives.
So, how do you know if your spirit is healthy?
Since spirit is intangible, to find out its health we will need to use our feelings as a gauge. Here is a 10 question quiz to discover how healthy your spirit is.
I regularly seek out several minutes of quiet time either in the morning or evening to nurture my spirit.
When I'm given gut impulses to do or not to do something I usually listen to them.
When I notice myself feeling sad or depressed I look to my own inner being for inspiration.
Generally I think about or envision how I truly want my life to turn out.
I can feel when I need to nurture my spirit, and I know exactly how to do it.
When I ask or pray for something to happen, I never go into action mode immediately to make it happen. I first practice being still and wait for inspired action.
I try to be relaxed when things don't look like they're going my way. I try to look at the bigger picture and see what's happening as a means to keeping me safe and as a step to achieving what I want.
I listen to my heart most of the time and direct my life from there.
When I feel uncomfortable in a place or around a person I generally stay to keep from hurting the person's feelings.
I realize that in order to have a healthy spirit I must relinquish all guilt and fear.
Hi, I’m Flower75! And it’s time I introduce myself. My biggest passions in life are learning and sharing. So, I do hope that you find what I’m sharing with you of great use and of great inspiration,. Thanks for slowing down a bit to read.
Every day we are bombarded with bad news and if we allow it, all of that bad news can put wear and tear on our emotional and mental bodies. And all too often we forget that we do have more power and control over our own lives and the condition of the world than what we truly realize.
For the dreamers who know their power and choose to use their amazing strengths to channel into reality a more loving, tolerant and peaceful world, let us all stay encouraged to continue being the much needed conduit for its creation.
Raising and maintaining your own individual vibration isn’t easy, so here are 5 useful tips to help make the task a little less daunting:
Stay focused on your initial goal. Most of us who have been in the scene of vibration work knows how difficult it can sometimes be to stay focused on the bigger picture. Just like anyone, you can quickly get pulled into the drama without even realizing it. And before you know it, you’ve gone through the day not quite being present because you’ve fumed through most of it about what happened earlier. Yes, it definitely happens. Even to the best of us. And so what. You just keep on going by:
Laughing. Yes, laugh at yourself. And please, for the love of all that’s right see all of your flaws and laugh at those too! Because if you’re not laughing then you’re not growing. You can see life for what it really is, and that’s to grow and expand from the contrast. Or, you can remain in the murky confusion of it all and choose to live only a life of reaction.
2. Get naturally high with nature. Whew! I love nature! It can show you so much about yourself and how the inner workings of the world should operate. Nature is so still and so quiet yet it get things done! If you want to get things done in your life, make it a point to be out in nature often. You will be so amazed at the new ideas and solutions that will just freely flow to you.
3. There’s nothing like a good mantra during a good meditation. Mantras have been around for more years than we can count and have been around for very good reasons, and that is to shift our minds from dwelling on the crappy stuff and onto the good stuff. While meditating, you can choose to sit in silence or you can chant loudly or softly old school mantras like, “Om Namah Shivaya” (I send my adorations to Shiva) or “Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti” (I call on peace). Or, you can chant your own mantras like, “Everything is always working out for me and the world” or “I am healthy everyday and in every way”. Mantras are affirmations and have always been used to help shift our thinking, to shifting our behavior, and to ultimately shifting our world.
4. Reduce your carbon footprint as much as you can. It’s hard to change bad habits but in order to create a better world we have to. In order to successfully change old habits we must replace them with new ones. This will prevent slipping back into old habits again and so quickly. Once you’ve dug the hole and removed the dead plant from it, plant a new one in its place. Soon you’ll have the new thought pattern taking root then the new behavior will start to bud, and the new lifestyle begins to spread like wild flowers.
5. Let your words be as sweet as honey. Remember when our parents use to tell us “if you can’t say nothing nice then don’t say nothing at all”? How true, how true, how true! If we could keep that reminder on file and ready for use at all times we would have such wonderful encounters. Most importantly we would get so much done because we would be out of everybody else’s business and more into our own. Proverbs 18:21 mentions “the tongue has the power of life and death…” What we say is always a choice.
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Up until now, mental illness had always been pinpointed as a chemical imbalance that affected the brain. Today, more studies are showing that our digestive system and its health also plays a huge part in the optimal health and performance of our brain. This new way of seeing mental health has begun to open doors to understanding more in depth why certain mental illnesses occur. If we are willing, however, to explore beyond the dynamics of the brain-gut connection with a humble, open and honest approach, the findings will eventually reveal to us that our spirit health plays just as an important role, if not more, in our overall well-being.
Having good gut flora or good gut bacteria is necessary to having a healthy digestive system. Good gut flora keeps the digestive tract at a pH balance which protects it from harmful bacteria like E. coli, salmonella, shigella, yeast, and fungus to survive. The digestive tract, however, is not the only system to benefit from having healthy gut bacteria. Healthy bacteria in our gut is also responsible for leveling hormones, boosting the immune system, managing cholesterol levels and weight, energy boosts, and fosters emotional and mental stability.
A Little Bit Of Dirt Won’t Kill You
When dirt’s been given such a filthy reputation, it is quite difficult seeing it having any health benefits at all. But the word is out! A little bit of dirt won’t kill you. In fact, a little bit of dirt can actually heal you!
Mycobacterium vaccae (M. Vaccae), is a particular type of good bacteria that is found in soil. This good bacteria is drastically being depleted here in America, and for the past 30 years our bodies have been feeling the effects. Diseases like Ulcerative colitis (UC), Inflamatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn’s disease (CD)
, Obesity among others are thought to likely be a result of this depletion due to chemically, contaminated soil. It is also believed that depression is linked to the lack of exposure to dirt all together.
Other gut damaging behaviors are the overuse of antibiotics, drinking alcohol excessively, and drinking water with high levels of chlorine. When enough of the healthy bacteria is depleted, the digestive system then becomes a breeding ground for chronic inflammation, causing many major body system malfunctions.
Studies are showing that this good bacteria I(M. Vaccae), when given to mice, shows signs of improvement of the immune system. Also, when exposed to this good bacteria through gardening or other activities, it’s been known to activate seratonin in the brain, causing more relaxation in people and less anxiety.
It is understood that when the immune system is working optimally, problems related to stress are less likely, over time, to cause bigger problems down the road. As scientists are understanding more the link between our gut and our mental health, they are realizing, too, that receiving signals in our gut like “feeling butterflies” or going with gut instinct is back and forth communication we are having with what is considered our body’s second brain.
While Mycobacterium vaccae is known to the clinical world as the “friendly bacteria”, it is important not to get it confused with its other family members such as mycobacterium leprae (bacteria causing leprosy) and mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Growing and Keeping Good Gut Flora Balanced In Your Digestive Tract
One of the most common ways people have increased good bacteria in their digestive tract is by taking probiotic supplements. Such supplements, however, will need a healthy environment to really be beneficial, so combining supplements along with eating healthy would be a good place to start.
The best way to line our intestines with the good stuff is to eat lots of lactic acid rich foods. These are fermented foods such as yogurts, pickled vegetables, kefir, and soy. Lactic acid keeps the intestines lined with an acidic bacteria that keeps the bad bacteria that reaches your digestive tract from later becoming an issue.
Overtime your gut will show the effects of healthy, budding flora if these (acidic) fermented foods and drinks are eaten on a regular basis,
Bad Bacteria And Its Link to Psychosis
The vagus nerve, also known as the “wandering nerve”, begins from the cerebellum and branches out to many organs in the body, ending at the small intestine. These nerve fibers act as a two-way informational highway, sending and receiving messages to and from the brain and the solar plexus.
When the gut is constantly bombarded with harmful bacteria, the communication sent to and from through the vagus nerve will eventually become distorted, or even blocked all together.
Communication begins at the enteric nervous system (ENS) reaching as far down as the abdomen/genital area (solar plexus). It is one part of a three-part autonomic nervous system (ANS) that is responsible for sending 90% of all signals transmitted to the brain via the vagus nerve. This is very interesting information so keep it in mind. It will be of an enormous importance to understanding the connection between your spirit and your gut. The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) which operates on cortisol and adrenaline and is responsible for moving the body into action, and the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS), operating as its complete opposite, are the other two parts of the ANS.
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is when the small intestine is overpopulated with the same bacteria that usually populates the large intestine and colon. When this happens, it can cause a variety of health problems. neurotransmitters to malfunction, causing severe damage to other organs in the body, even death, Neurotrasmitters, melatonin and seratonin, ensures that the body rests well and is emotionally balanced. Studies are showing that when these neurotransmitters are blocked, mental issues like depression and anxiety become a factor.
A chronic parasitic infection known as Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii )found in the digestive system has also been found to contribute to mental health disorders like bipolar, chronic depression, and schizophrenia. The T. gondii parasite is known to be transmitted by either the ingestion of Toxoplasma infected spores of feline feces or consuming the meat of animals who were already infected by Toxoplasma spores.
Approaching Our Mental Health From A Spiritual Perspective
Over time stress can create numerous problems for the digestive system. For example, when a person is stressed he/she may consume more food than usual, and often foods that are high in unhealthy fats and sugar. Some may decrease their food intake, replacing it with alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine. Stress can also affect nutrient absorption in the intestines and if stress becomes too chronic, stomach pains, even stomach ulcers can develop.
The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) produces the hormones cortisol and adrenaline when the body feels threatened, causing the body to undergo rapid respiration and heartbeat, dilating blood vessels, and an increase in glucose levels in the blood stream. During this process, the digestive tract is also affected, sometimes becoming overly sensitive, reacting to stress with stomach pains and nausea.
Your solar plexus, also known as the celiac plexus, is known as the third Chakra (energy point) of the human body, according to Hindu Sanskrit. It is the area, or the center of our body from which we become empowered. It is considered the seat of the human personality, or spirit (true self). It is where the power of our Will resides.
Now let’s recall what was mentioned earlier. The gut (solar plexus) sends 90% of all signals to the brain through the vagus nerve. If this information is correct then let us ask ourselves this question. Where are these signals coming from?
The outside of the brain’s nerve network is grey matter. This area is where decisions are made. The inside of this nerve center is white matter, and this area is where information is received then forwarded to other nerve networks. With the enteric nervous system (ENS) of the solar plexus, the setup is reversed. The outside of this system is white while the inside is grey. In this case, is more emphasis being placed on the reception and the emission of signals from the solar plexus?
As more people are understanding the seven major Chakras of the body and their functions, more are understanding, too, that this third Chakra (solar plexus) is what governs the entire digestive system, gall bladder, spleen, kidney, liver, as well as the autonomic nervous system. When this pressure point is blocked (energy flow obstructed) due to an unhealthy diet, stress, or parasitic infection, not only do the organs of the body begin to malfunction, causing dis-ease, but the brain will begin to experience certain forms of mental dis-ease such as depression, anxiety, bipolar, mania, and pyschosis. When energy flows unimpeded throughout the solar plexus, well-being and inner peace becomes the dominant emotion.
Living a spiritual lifestyle does help to maintain a healthy gut and brain. Usually when a person places an emphasis on nurturing their spirit, the health of both body and mind becomes priority. Mindfullness practices and stress alleviating techniques become the lifestyle along with eating healthier and cleaner whole/superfoods. It appears that there is an undisclosed format that is intuitively adhered to when tending to their spirit. The spirit-centered person shifts from trying to fix their lives from the outside to making spiritual alignment their ultimate goal. Is this then the last piece of the puzzle to having true mental health?
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