Category Archives: Philosophy

7 Billion Keyholes on Reality

None of us, no matter how much we have read or experienced or meditated on the nature of things, ever has a complete picture of reality. This leaves each of us with very individual experiences and thoughts. Someone once said … Continue reading

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Are You an Extraordinary Thinker?

We all have choices in life. One important choice is to decide if you are going to be an ordinary thinker or an extraordinary thinker. What’s the difference? Ordinary thinkers are fear-driven. Extraordinary thinkers are love-driven. Ordinary thinkers believe they … Continue reading

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Time for Humanity to Remove the “Training Wheels”

Our society needs to be about developing better people not better laws. As long as we ignore the former, the latter will not matter. Laws and the governments that write them are training wheels for the development of people. When … Continue reading

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My Truth, Your Truth

Today’s Affirmation: I am transforming judgment into understanding. I am the source of change in my life, in my group, and in this world. How you see the world is really a matter of perspective. Your absolute conviction in the … Continue reading

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A Greater Consciousness Arising

Today’s post is a multi-paragraph affirmation that captures the essence of a dream I had several years ago. May it inspire hope and remembrance in all who read it today. Remembrance that the world we live in is a choice … Continue reading

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Is Vedic Science Fact or Fiction?

As people interested in the possibility of ancient astronauts or the misinterpretation of extraterrestrial visitors as gods, we look to ancient Vedic literature as fertile ground for this exploration. However, a major political debate has broken out in India over … Continue reading

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Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation Excerpt

The following excerpt is taken from Chapter 29 of Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation. Inanna quotes The Anunnaki Book of Possibilities. “You have come so far, Maria. Tomorrow night is not an ending, but a beginning. You have been in training for … Continue reading

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Your Most Important Decision

“The most important decision we make,” declared Albert Einstein, “is whether we believe we live in a friendly or a hostile universe.” Einstein was really on to something here. From that decision, you decide how you respond to the world. … Continue reading

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The Anunnaki Myth of Creation

The Book of Possibilities is the ancient Anunnaki book of wisdom. In Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation, Princess Inanna quotes aphorisms from this book multiple times. Chapter One of the BoP recounts the Anunnaki Creation Myth. In the novel, Inanna tells Maria … Continue reading

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Transcending the Tribe

The most amazing human beings I have ever met or read about in history all have one thing in common. They transcend the tribes they were born into and become fully conscious human beings capable of seeing beyond the narrow … Continue reading

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