Rāhina, 4 Huitunguru, 2019. 4 Cib/Owl in the Aztec Mayan sacred count of time. Wisdom comes into form today, from the foundation of our home lives and relating with others. Trust - so what is it we trust in?
Let's look at one of the greatest mind control programmes that has muchly overridden nature's lore, Papatūānuku's (Earth Mother's) freedom and ours simultaneously. It's 'writ'ten on U.S. federal reserve notes, "In God we trust" and it's right on the money, the mon-eye that sought to place itself at the point of the pyramid to harness the energy of G-gold, O-oil and D-drugs.
How often is the word "GOD" referred to now? Allow yourself to feel into the vibration or frequency of this word, then feel into other words, like 'creator', 'great spirit', 'Ahau', 'I am', and then let all the words go, return to your heart and feel the peace of your own being and know who you are.
Trust is found in the peace of the heart. Peace remains in nature. Division or this experience of separation, is the opportunity that we may wisely use to come to maturity. We may return to trust what is the most sound and stable presence of our existence. It's our mother planet that we chose to be with and grow with and learn.
I've come up against a common theme again, and that is where value is placed. When money is not a great source of one's reality, and still one seeks to give, the value of the giving goes largely unseen because no one is getting paid.
There are those who are able to appreciate and receive giving void of money, but it seems that many would still like to hold others in some kind of form of permanent indebtedness, no matter how much is given in other ways.
Those who can receive other forms of giving seem to have a greater foundation of trust in a divine plan that flows above and beyond the mon-eye system. Their vision extends beyond the socially conditioned strongholds that money, competing, status, possessions, etc., are the limits of value.
The legal system have taken the word "trust" and turned it into money management systems with word spells that are imposed on others and have a strong hold, but only because people allow it to hold.
The heavy weight of legal bullies who enforce and police it with power over or legislate it as a heartless tool are still given power, because people perhaps have not come to a place of maturity yet, to govern themselves and live a wise sovereign existence.
Anarchy which is simply the absence of rule also is a word that comes with a programmed punch and has people imagining riots, upheaval, violence etc., but in reality a return to natural lore without the power of the heartless ruler could bring us all back to peace and unity.
If we lived by the wisdom and knowing of our hearts, we'd naturally love and care for one another. There are still some indigenous tribes who live this way and while the mind controlled among us keep persisting with government and legislative control, their lives become more at risk. These tribes could be our role models and we could learn from them, for the health and wellbeing of ourselves and Papatūānuku.
We are in transition. People can become quite terrified when it is suggested that we could live without government. However, there was a time when we did. In my country, it was probably more recently as the colonisation happened in the 1800's here.
Until some big event happens leaving us real-eyesing what is real, we still need to find ways to share and private and agreeable exchanges are still needed with money for survival, but hopefully not for too much longer. I'm not sure how much longer our planet can sustain it. She's wise though and she knows what to do, how to do it and when.
The memories of the indigenous tribes of my country here are still fresh as memory written on DNA is passed on from one generation to the next. It is also present from the ancient memories we may access as wise, conscious and aware human beings.
We can be the change by returning to natural lore, connecting directly with nature and being one with the divine will of the creator, the I am, who is not separate from us in reality. In my connection with Papatūānuku, she is constantly bringing me back to this, speaking personally with me and guiding my process in it.
Young babies and children are now being born who remember and have great wisdom. They fall prey to social conditioning, unless they are guided to live by natural lore, to discover and play and interact with what is real. Otherwise they are subject to the fictitious illusion that leads to slavery and oppression for all those at the so called bottom of the food chain while others move around freely, but walk on others to do so, whether they are aware of it or not.
We can start to undo the damage by where we focus our attention. We can find other ways where true value is appreciated for what it is. Competition is deleted from the equation this way. Unless all of us have direct access to what nature so abundantly gives, we are not free.
May we bring form to the freedom possible within the wisdom of self governance from the heart, to live it to the best of our ability and love like Papatūānuku does - and so it may be - if we choose
Poppy Joy, writing about health from my perspective.