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Thursday, 15 January 2015

The Oft Neglected Path: To climb or not to climb- the question is answered

Zen Gardner's article this morning was a breath of not only fresh air, but brought with it the exhalation of doubts and second guessing.   I have often said that if we ask a question and sincerely and openly seek an answer, it will appear before us.  It might mean following that path that leads us to listen to a particular song, or to read an article, but it's up to each of us to acknowledge and accept or reject the answer when it makes itself known.  This article was one of those answers to the question that has been ringing in my mind and heart for the past week.

The question is:  Do I continue my work as I have done in the past, or do I push beyond the seeming limitations of finance/responsibilities/daily life and jump forward into this new path that pounds in my heart, without looking back?

Since shaking off the Shackles of Limitation.....  lets just call it empty beliefs and emptier words of the Navel Gaziers..... I have been driven to bring out every piece of the puzzle that I see and can dig up to the public.  To help raise awareness of the Template of Deception that has been smothering so many "awake" people right back into a coma of passive, "Love & Light" do nothingness, and to shine light on the inner workings of the Controllers and their minions, to continue their slavery hold over the people of this planet.  To waken the masses to what is really going on around them.

I have felt the drive to do more and more- to expand my work and my ability to touch people through the alternative media to a completely new level.  To take on major projects and really do whatever it takes to move the mountains that we perceive are in our way to move forward.

....Needless to say, the thoughts of actually taking this quantum leap have been unnerving to say the least.  I have two new radio shows that I want to produce, and I want to expand Removing the Shackles to include ALL the work I have been doing and will begin to create.  With no more extra minutes in the day, meaning that I need to do this within the confines of "time" that I already have available to me..... and Seriously?!  Where IS timing going these days?!

Besides the expansion of my perceived "work load", there is the question of location.  It has become very apparent that my family's time here in Morocco is now over and it is most definitely time to move on.  Which is yet another leap that is dizzying when you  add up 2 adults, 4 children and one small dog.  This week the Question of "should we stay or should we go" was answered for Nick and I in the happenings of the False Flag Attack in France. A taxi ride through town two days ago further cemented our need to leave as a discussion with the taxi driver drove home the repercussions of living in this country, when we can see what is coming on the horizon.
But there really is no excuse for ignoring the call. It is what drives the heart of man and is the natural draw of every living soul. This is why youth are so altruistic and idealistic until the educational system and societal “norms” start to clip their wings. And even those who begin the quest often opt out for convenient way stations on the climb to full-on truth. People park on their particular perch which they feel is sufficiently above the valley of deceit and think they have enough perspective to pass judgement on the rest.
The very fact of this judgmental, dishonoring attitude is a symptom of settling for partial truth, and a subconscious stance to protect one’s unwillingness to go all the way or remain open to new and even greater possibilities. However, that very openness to greater truth is the attitude we should each maintain.
No, I cannot ignore the call.  No matter how big the mountain turns out to be, I will still climb it to it's peak.  Skinned shins, bruised knees, and bloody fingers will not stop nor slow me down.  It IS the Time to MOVE forward and to do what needs to be done- RIGHT NOW.

Love
d

Further – The Oft Neglected Path

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by Zen Gardner

How many times have we been faced with the decision to move on to the next level of commitment to truth? How often has a new level of personal sacrifice been standing at our door, beckoning? How did we respond? Were we willing to go further, no matter the cost?
That’s pretty much what it takes in the pursuit of truth. A constant shedding of the old, no matter how attached we’ve become to our self image and familiar surroundings; to be relentlessly following the signal from this esoteric siren of love and a greater reality that we know awaits. Much like mountain climbing, the decision comes first, then the climbing. But each step of the way presents more decisions. Will we go on in spite of fatigue, doubts, discouragement and obstacles? Which path will I take at each upcoming juncture?
It’s not a one time thing. The decision to pursue quickly leads to a myriad of ensuing decisions along the way. We don’t decide once and for all and then on the truth train we chug up the mountain to a land of ecstasy and complete fulfillment. It doesn’t work that way. This is why so many faint along the way and give up. They become daunted with the often lonely and arduous task. They turn around and move back down to the security of the valley with all of its comforts and self assuaging reinforcement.
It happens to many and we’ve all been there. The initial rush of adventure wears off and the stark reality of the life and death endeavor of the nitty gritty pick and shovel work and climbing through thick and thin starts to dissuade the less determined. But in spite of the fatigue and humiliation, living  in foreign mental and spiritual surroundings in usually spartan and often excruciating living and social conditions, the real true seeker eventually faces, confronts and overcomes these mirage-like obstacles.

Opting Out for Comfort and Security and Its Many Levels

The previous life of relative comfort repeatedly calls the less committed back into the seemingly easy way inside the matrix of deceit and its delicacies. It’s a compromise, but so welcomed by the throngs waiting for us back in the valley who don’t want to hear there even is a mountain to climb, never mind see someone climb it.
This is not an easy saying for most. We’ve all compromised at one point or another. But those who’ve kept on know who they are, and the price they’ve had to pay. It’s really miniscule compared to the rewards, but it seems a daunting task to those with no truth seeking musculature, conveniently snipped and shorn in their formative years. They hear the distant call, but feel it’s not for them, especially since so few seem to hear and heed the call and have been so relentlessly conditioned against it.
This is one of the worst travesties of our spiritually quenched and dumbed down societal condition.

Ignoring Is No Excuse

But there really is no excuse for ignoring the call. It is what drives the heart of man and is the natural draw of every living soul. This is why youth are so altruistic and idealistic until the educational system and societal “norms” start to clip their wings. And even those who begin the quest often opt out for convenient way stations on the climb to full-on truth. People park on their particular perch which they feel is sufficiently above the valley of deceit and think they have enough perspective to pass judgement on the rest.
The very fact of this judgmental, dishonoring attitude is a symptom of settling for partial truth, and a subconscious stance to protect one’s unwillingness to go all the way or remain open to new and even greater possibilities. However, that very openness to greater truth is the attitude we should each maintain.
Those still attached to their status, income, good deeds, moral high ground, or sense of superior intellect or spirituality in an exclusive and judgmental manner can be the worst enemies to full on truth and spiritual freedom. It takes on many forms and we all fall for these attitudes when in an unconscious or semi-conscious state. After all, it’s fiercely reinforced by the matrix and its tear down mentality.
They will dis and dismiss anything that surpasses their little ledge of advantage they think they’ve climbed to, and be quite militant and aggressive about it. If it doesn’t meet their criteria, it’s to be vigorously attacked as false information. A very sad psychological state to be in, but we see it in society at every level and have all experienced it from both ends.
The most obvious manifestation of this mindset is how anything contrary to the mainstream narrative is marginalized as “politically incorrect”, “conspiracy theory” and now even “terrorist activity”. But this permeates every level of information sharing, and is a huge hindrance to those seeking the full on clarity and empowerment awaiting anyone with the will to pursue it.
Hence the battle we all face and the very serious challenge of climbing the mountain to truth.

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