“What prevents growth? Ungratified deficiency-needs, the attractions of safety and security, the functions of defense and protection against pain, fear, loss, and threat, and the need for courage in order to grow ahead.” ~ Abraham Maslow
According to Hindu mythology, the gandabherunda was a two-headed bird believed to possess immense strength and magical power. Images of gandabherunda can be found on Hindu temples, thought to be a means of warding off or fighting destructive forces.
The bird is often depicted with an elephant clutched in its talons or beak, demonstrating its impressive power. It is believed that gandabherunda is one of the physical forms of Narasimha, the man-lion incarnation of Vishnu.
The camel does not see the bend in its neck. ~ Libyan Proverb
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Doesn’t she have a life?
And wondrous dreams of her own.
Then why do you want to
Obstruct after it’s been known.
You stop her from everything,
You stop her to smile.
And when she gains a negative view
You help her create a pile.
She’s captured in the cage
Of manners, orders and demands.
And when she tries to fly
You cut her wings before she lands.
She keeps going more to the black hole
And you think she ain’t
And when she finally ends herself
You think “Did she just faint?”
Indeed life is complicated
But you make it more
And when she starts hating herself
You push it to the core.
You stop her from her goal
And when she stops her life
“Rest In peace poor soul.”
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I believe that we have free-will on the third dimensional plane, yet on the ultimate dimensional plane of reality I believe that everything is happening simultaneously, the present, past and supposed future as we call it here in third dimensional thinking. It depends on which dimensional plane you are thinking from I believe, ultimately an illusion in my mind.
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“Socrates was executed for corrupting the youth of Athens.
Of course! Because all the aging minds of Athens were already closed. Aging minds are very careful to control the access of information that young minds have. Not to protect the youth, but to protect themselves from having their aging consensus overturned.
The whole game of society is: “Don’t you dare undermine my reality… or I will kill you!”
What “corrupting the youth” really means is: “Stop shaking the boat you fool! I just got comfy.”
Controlling the minds of the youth is a critical function of all of societies. That is the quiet, unspoken-of construction site where paradigms are laid like down like stone monuments. A quiet war rages in every society over which faction of aging minds gets to tell the youth what is real.
Here’s the whole secret to this game: the youth will believe the first thing you tell them.
So it’s a race to who’s first to whisper in their ear.”
In various descendants and offshoots of theosophy, are held to be a group of spiritually-enlightened beings, who in past incarnations were ordinary humans, but who have undergone a process of spiritual transformation.
How easy it is to defeat people who do not kindle fire for themselves. ~ Kenyan Proverb