Hello and trust the Equinox and Easter bring forth the clean air of change. A slate cleaning of the Karma of the last few aeons of Life on Earth by the seething mass of human endeavour, its triumphs, beauty and disgraces. All part of the great tapestry of Life.
- For the last 16 years, the United States is one of only two countries that allows drugs to be advertised on TV. A new study assessing the effect of direct-to-consumer drug advertising concluded that TV ads for statins may be a driving factor of overdiagnosis of high cholesterol and overtreatment with the drugs
- Those who reported seeing statin ads on TV were 16-20 percent more likely to be diagnosed with high cholesterol, and 16-22 percent more likely to be using a statin drug
- Both the diagnosis of high cholesterol and increased statin use was driven almost exclusively by those who were at LOW risk for future cardiac events. Conversely, those at high risk of heart disease were not more likely to be taking a statin after seeing the commercials
- A previous study showed that pharmaceutical companies spend nearly TWICE as much on marketing in the US as they do on research and development of new drugs, which helps explain why Americans also pay twice as much as other nations for the identical drugs
Watching TV without awareness makes a subliminal, hypnotic type trance state of mind and an 'implanted' mind seed becomes nurtured, watered and fed by the constant repeats. Brainwashing ah la entertainment.
|Brain Washing especially dozing off
More about brain washing and mind control.
Dr. Colin Ross MD speaks in 2009 in Los Angeles with Roseanne Barr, Cathy O'Brien and Mark Phillips about CIA mind control, MK-Ultra and the documented history of Project Blue Bird and Project Artichoke.
NDAA Lawsuit Update: Chris Hedges
"We've Just Become a Military Dictatorship."
To reiterate please forgive repeat, I do compose a lot of blogs, may I kindly refresh your memory. The films the Bourne Trilogy starring Matt Damon :
The screenplay was written by Tony Gilroy, Scott Z. Burns and George Nolfi. The Bourne Ultimatumis the third in the Bourne film series, being preceded by The Bourne Identity (2002) and The Bourne Supremacy (2004). The fourth movie, The Bourne Legacy, was released in August 2012.
Matt Damon reprises his role as Ludlum's signature character, former CIA assassin and psychogenic amnesiac Jason Bourne. In the film, he continues his search for information about his past before he was part of Operation Treadstone and becomes a target of a similar assassin program.
An interesting bit of the above is when the agent begins to get his own identity and memory back and the confrontation with those who 'brain washed' him. May I also refer you to the interview by Camelot with Duncan O'Finioan:
There are some actual words used by Matt Damon in the script that could have been taken from the above video, also refer to the video Men who stare at Goats.
The Men Who Stare at Goats (2004) is a book by Jon Ronson about the U.S. Army's exploration of New Age concepts and the potential military applications of the paranormal. The title refers to attempts to kill goats by staring at them. Research was carried out in part by Jon Ronson, but also by documentary filmmaker John Sergeant.
The book examines connections between military programs and psychological techniques being used for interrogation in the War on Terror. The book traces the evolution of these covert activities over the past three decades, and analyzes how they are alive today within U.S. Homeland Security and the Iraq War. It examines the use of the theme tune to Barney & Friends on Iraqi prisoners-of-war, the smuggling of a hundred de-bleated goats into the Special Forces command center at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and the connection between the U.S. military and the mass-suicide of members of the Heaven's Gate cult in San Diego
The book accompanies a three-part TV series broadcast on Channel 4 in Britain, Crazy Rulers of the World. The three parts were titled "The Men Who Stare at Goats", "Funny Torture" and "The Psychic Footsoldiers" respectively. The idea of the project was to explore "the apparent madness at the heart of U.S. military intelligence." The series discusses and includes members of Psychological operations, First Earth Battalion, and also discusses Project MKULTRA and Frank Olson, including interviews with his son, Eric Olson.
I make no apology for going on and on about brain washing from TV adverts to religious and political ideology, to brain washed archaeologists who deny our past and evolution, to scientists who bury their heads in the sand and the list goes on almost unending.
In back blogs there are diagrams how silent energy frequency manipulation delivered by covert electronics can do the seduction and hypnosis manipulation. Fear is the tool, and helplessness is encouraged. By encouraging helplessness it can discourage and break the spirit, so the authorities can do what they like without protest, and if there is a protest, squash it swiftly. Because of the economic climate, fit people will be employed as body guards and security forces, many bashing their own citizens because they will be employed and have money for their homes, food and seemingly a pension and security, a toss up between survival and moral fibre.
Defiance alone will be a start, however, it is getting to the root of the fear, the early education, the incidents that caused the fear such as the indoctrinations of culture, religion, family screw ups and so forth, which can be 'regurgitated' like cow cud in therapy, however, that's a start to the awakening. It is when one AWAKENS to the root of fear, that it is mostly a memory wrapped in emotion, imbibed in cellular memory, and that forms an addiction because of the feeling it engenders, for every thought a cascade of neuropeptides [see Candace Pert]
Molecules of Emotion: Why You Feel the Way You Feel [Paperback]Deepak Chopra (Foreword), Candace Pert (Author)
and the video 'What the bleep do we Know?'
The realisation dawns, ' I am feeding a habit of fear by my thoughts, up till now my thoughts have been habitual. If I suppress them I push them down, and like a cork in water, they will bob up when the pressure is off. Then if I breathe slowly and let the thoughts arise, rage, push me with great emotion, like a chocolate feast, like a drug, a habitual urge, even physical pain, by looking without bias, awareness without bias, observing with judgement, letting them pass. With practice, the practice of no practice, awareness comes naturally, without having to remind oneself to be aware, present, awake, alert, conscious. [here some will say we are causing another habit, let us surmise and say whilst in a body does this serve you and the greater good?]
Thoughts become like clouds scurrying by
On close and attentive attention without intention, curiously watching without purpose, the fearful thoughts, apparitions, haunting fleeting memories that seem like a spider seen in one's peripheral vision and gone into a recess, the recess in the mind, the cuby hole or attic, the graphics and neurone cobweb, begin to reveal themselves, they then become less fearful and as we face them full on, we realise, they ARE LIKE CLOUDS, really without substance, just lots of water vapour, locked and held together by a system, an energy, a natural formation of nature.
This process allows the emotional fearful grip to to loosen, to release its grip, which is what addiction is, the grip, the capture of an incident, an event and although it maybe fearful, unpleasant, it is a FAMILIAR landmark, and Better the Devil You know Know, than the one you don't know.
So maybe the powers to be, the scientists who advise those in power, the mind benders, to get one hooked on fear. Of course fear of danger in real situations, such as fire, falling from unsafe structures and so on are safeguards and natural, although many a baby has survived a fall because they are relaxed and so forth. Then what happens when we realise all thoughts are kind of ethereal, floaty things, seemingly random, coming from nowhere to somewhere which is nowhere? Well we become gradually unafraid, we realise the malpractice and injustice and because we are NOT hooked on the adrenalin of FEAR, the buzz, the thrill [many say they feel alive with daring thrill, excitement, yet one can feel the same in another mode in true meditation], we have a clear mind. Actually an empty mind. A mind alert, aware and in that 'empty' 'no mind' we allow the Creative Intelligence to work through us, we as an ego disappear so to speak, and we are then allowed access to a greater Intelligence. Which will afford us the 'action' to be facilitated and NOT a 'reaction from habit or fear'
'You didn't create your body, nor are we able to control the body's functions. An intelligence greater than the human mind is at work. It is the same Intelligence that sustains all Nature.' Courtesy of Eckhart Tolle.
When I was in the Zen Mode and with Sensei and much the same with Chan Mode with Sifu, several things about empty mind stuck in my noddle[cockney for brain/head]. The collective beliefs all bunched together, the experiences, which are cross referenced, juxtaposed, garnered and enhanced in the brains neuronal synaptic responses and graphics manipulation, the psychological paraphernalia is a conglomerate called ego, a collective entity, which has a sentinel, a guard, an army with its General and Admiral, a supreme ruler, King and God Fear, and the super glue called anxiety and fear to keep it in check. Fear is the sheep's pen, the prison bars. Once this realised the pen gate begins to become ajar.
In practice of movement in Shia, contest in Judo or Kung Fu, it was encouraged to go into Muga Mushin, and to look at the Mune Oshi the eye of the chest of one's opponent. Here the mind was encouraged to be empty, breathing and observing, from the eye of the chest, one could take in the whole of the opponents body, relaxed alert mind, like a cat at a mouse hole, driving down a narrow country lane, alert for the vehicle coming round the corner, an alive expectancy. One felt alive. Keeping cool not by suppression and hyped up but by relaxed watching as above and having the empty 'no mind'.
If the mind is full of ego then there is a blot in the empty space and can be attacked and identified. In empty mind no one is there and so no attack is forthcoming, because all there is, is space. In the empty room what is there but space. Stand in the room and one sees the occupant. It was remarkable that the opponent was confused when I was in Mushin, and did not attack as they could not sense the attack or move, boring to watch so I was told by those who wanted a good contest. Sensei/Sifu, would often praise this, and also encourage to watch the breath of the opponent, when they breathe in, you breathe out and move with your technique, you breathe out when you make a movement, when they breathe out, you breathe in and hold in Mushin.
So where does this fit in today as we seem to flit rapidly from crisis to another on all fronts, wars, finances, pollution, and every where one seems to turn on a multitude of issues. First to deal with fear enables us to have a clear mind, not logical necessarily, because we keep going round in ever decreasing circles, trying to find the solution by applying the very things that got us into the crises in the first place. Trying to cure an ailment by creating another. This what fear does, we seek safety in the known. When the known is threatened we shut up shop, attack, defend, or just cave in. We need to trust the unknown, space is unknown and is hard to define, to say it is the absence of anything are words, definition to truly be awake and alert and experience it, is another, nor is it a dull blank mind. By absence of thought and not asleep, not pressing thought down or encouraging it, out of day dreams, we may experience that realm of no thought empty mind space.
By applying or cultivating Mushin, meditation in action, we invoke the grater Intelligence, this 'sees' all the possibilities and probabilities that the human local mind does not, it is indeed a non local mind and I suppose a quantum consciousness and so sends through its receptacle in this case the Mushin Meditative Being[oh these confusing terms, really not adequate, but like the Zen saying: 'The finger pointing to the moon is not the moon, one has to experience it to know it'.
To surrender to emptiness is the courage of the spiritual warrior, to throw away logic in crisis where logic is merely causing convolution, emptiness often conjures up a void, a blank boring desert, a crippled blunted mind, an escape pod from reality (yet watching the old fears and thought patterns one can see boredom in them and the illusion of their reality, my god I am merely a bunch of thoughts, I am a set of ideas without a solid foundation, that can put the skids in most people when they realise this, and often get depressed or reach for a safety mechanism, drugs, TV, alcohol, sex, depression, suicide and host of other things] if one could get through this by facing full on without judgement as above, then there is a possibility of freedom. The we are already outside the box. The box is the old past mind behaviours and patterns, outside this all possibilities beckon.
So part of the new way is the PATH TO GLORIOUS EMPTINESS. It is not empty it is a dynamic, an alert potential, a spring ready to act, a spring containing the bubbling effervescent waters of life and it is here a new way is found, even if it just to rest in deep peace, and even die with joy in the knowing one is that Space and so death can never be a reality.
A few issues to perhaps ground us to the so called reality we live in at present.
- Nightmare bacteria called CRE are nearly impossible to kill because they are resistant to virtually every antibiotic in existence; CRE bacteria are on the rise in medical facilities across America, now detected in hospitals in 42 states
- The most common form of CRE is a superbug form of Klebsiella, normally a harmless bacteria found in your intestinal tract; children, elderly, sick and immunocompromised individuals have the highest risk of infection; if it makes it into blood your odds of surviving an infection are a dismal 50 percent
- Not only is Klebsiella resistant to nearly all antibiotic drugs, but it can transfer its antibiotic resistance gene to other bacteria, which is why experts are so concerned
- Today’s alarming rates of antibiotic-resistant “super germs” result from overuse of antibiotics in both medicine and agriculture; you can reduce your risk by avoiding antibiotic drugs and avoiding consumption of meat and poultry products from concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs)
- Suggestions are given for optimizing your immune system, decreasing your risk of exposure to dangerous pathogens, and being proactive about your medical care.