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That is not human nature, that is human B.S…sorry.

October 31st, 2009 2 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

Last night at Kit’s birthday party I interrupted Jeff  when he was talking about human nature, you know…the way we all talk about human nature, like there is no way out of this duality and we are helpless to do anything about  it. “That’s not human nature -I said- That is human B.S.” He burst out laughing and said: “I like that one Luzma we’ll have to talk about it…” And I walked away to continue my  talk with other friends.

Today I continue the conversation with you guys…Yes, Very far from our real human nature. What we call so loosely our helpless human nature is an illusion. It is the illusion that we created around how we perceive our own  human nature reality.

Perhaps we should start the conversation from there…it is so entangled in our thought process.

But think about it. The truth is… it is not human nature. It started as a choice of thought that created a smoking mirror. A belief that created a culture. A whole culture believing in competition and separation. A whole culture believing the illusion that human beings nature is supposed to feel divided in complete dissonance with their dna. Pretty insane!

So, I propose to start thinking in terms of no… it is not human nature… and the same way we created it we can replace it with a mindset of cooperation and communion…the choice of thoughtful conversation that is in resonance with your dna.  Can you imagine? We can even eradicate illness…(I am convinced that illness comes from groups of  your own cells getting disgusted with the lack of coherence in your belief system…Look at this baby…do you think it is his human nature to become violent one day?  Do you…?3056174080_1faa45bace(2)

What do you think…?  Does it make sense? Let me know.

Happy Halloween my friends

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There was that law of life, so cruel and so just, that one must grow or else pay more for remaining the same.~ Norman Mailer~

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With the pride of the artist, you must blow against the walls of every power that exists the small trumpet of your defiance. ~Norman Mailer~

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Obsession is the single most wasteful human activity, because with an obsession you keep coming back and back and back to the same question and never get an answer. ~Norman Mailer~

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Why unlearning what you already know is the key.

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Some times it feels strange to realize that that wave of disconnected programming inflicted by the separation and competition thinking in this planet, that was imposed in my thinking when I was a child, could fade away by my command, a layer at the time…until I started to believe the whispers  of my soul, even though they were only mine…the actuality of my dna that was screaming in my stomach….until I could have all my cells in  participating in a  coherent conversation with each other. Until I could see myself in the mirror…and there I was!

The ultimate sin against humanity is to ask one single  spiritual being having the human experience to experience it half way because if you don’t,  you are going to be doomed in hell.  What would be the purpose of such a felony.  Simply the mindset of competition and separation…we did it full circle!  It is not sustainable any more…and is not human  nature, it is human B.S.

We are finally entering the era of Integrity, where cooperation and communion expand to the planetary evolution. Today is a day to celebrate that very thought that will carry us in communion and cooperation exactly to that place and believe it where we want to co-create  and believe it  The next stage of human evolution. CCCCCCC

So many times I said life is all about unlearning what you learned…and it is no joke…and then we dare to talk about love… when we don’t understand the slightest about free will…How can we really love if we can’t understand the freedom in each person’s actions. The deaths in the name of love…how futile can that be. And how ignorant and arrogant. A whole life to unlearn the learned…

We are like children building castles in the sand and then stepping of them…Why we do this to ourselves is the question. Only because it would mean to recognized that perhaps you were wrong all along? It is not easy to accept you maybe had a completely mistaken life…I understand…that is the worst of thoughts…but I am here to tell you that when you step out of those thoughts and embrace yourself with the whole enchilada, as you are completely, the perception of time changes. A minute of enlightenment is worth a whole life of darkness.  automatically…Better to live 1 day in that clarity  than a whole lifetime in the darkness of the drama.

Nevertheless, you might like to know that a culture is just an operating system…it can be wiped out and replaced by something else. It requires a collective consciousness. And you are part of the action. How exciting is that.

Happy Halloween everybody! Let’s remember the witches and the wizards wise words…from old times over the centuries… Let’s acknowledge we are Co-Creators of our reality…..

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Ross did it again! Getting Below the Surface of me is an amazing testimonial of self awareness…Millennials Pursuing Purpose and Passion

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Getting Below the Surface of “Me”

October 29, 2009 at 1:30 pm (Self-Awareness)

So here I am, trying to figure out who this person is that I have been living with my entire conscious life.  What is it that made me the person I perceive myself to be right now?  What influences, both physical and spiritual have directed me to the place where I stand on this journey?  Have I been an active participant in molding myself or have I taken a passive role in developing who I am?  Are my answers to these questions filled with 100% honesty?  If not, why the heck would I lie to myself?  Interesting thought…

My goal at this very moment is not only to find out who I am, but to figure out who or what has taken the most active role in forming who I am up to this point in my life.  Furthermore, who or what is going to be responsible for crafting “Me” going forward?  Looking back, “Me” has always been what I have projected to the world.  I have always felt the confines of this delicate facade that is the surface that I want everyone else to see.  It has been chiseled from the beginning by my perception that expectations mattered.  It first began to take form when I went against what I wanted, and willfully surrendered to what would make another person happy.  As time went on it developed distinct features when I verbally agreed with someone for fear that they would not like me, when I had a distinctly (or even subtly) different opinion.  It affixed itself to protect my true “self” as a wall protects a castle, the first time I told myself that I did not succeed because I was not good enough…or that I told myself I did all I could when maybe that was not the case.  It gained traction and permanence when I began to believe untruths that my conscious mind kept repeating.  At some point, I became exactly what I wanted to project to the world, my friends, family, colleagues, etc…I began to identify with people, things, and places, the things that seemed like they mattered.  In this process, the real Ross Welte was lost.   I stopped being the one responsible for who I am.  The person I projected was a direct result of the situation I was in…I am not saying that I was two-faced, or what people would consider a bad person, in fact quite the opposite was true…When you do everything you can to make everyone around you happy, people are bound to like you!  But is that really you?  Are you scared to find the real you for fear that “they” might not like what they see?  Are you afraid that YOU might not like what you see?

Lose the Mask, Find Yourself

Years of hiding, lying to, and protecting yourself means that it is no small task to figure out what lies beneath it all.  Letting go of things that you have believed about yourself for so long can seem unbearable.  Many people fear change because they perceive it to mean that everything that they have done up to this point in their lives is now meaningless or wrong in some way.  Realize right now that this is not the case.  Whether you are 26 or 76, everything in your life has brought you to this point of figuring out who you are and why you are here.  This is such a gift!  You have the opportunity to live the rest of your life in the spirit of self-discovery, purpose, and passion…How sweet is that?  Some people live and die without ever having this opportunity!  You have that opportunity, right now, and now, and now… to be present in your own life instead of watching from the sidelines as the world tells you who you are, how to behave, and what is expected of you.  Take back the authority of your own life to craft yourself into the person that you are supposed to be, that you want to be.  Exciting?  I think so :)

I listened to a conversation with Michael Beckwith and he made a statement that I think can really help to illustrate how we can start this process of self-discovery.   He said that most people live life from their “memory bank,” like a filing cabinet of all past experiences that dictate what you do and believe about future experiences.  Think about that concept.  Living your life from the past…it is no longer You, living in the now, crafting your life.  It is letting this filing cabinet of things in the past determine what you do today.  Seems a little crazy doesn’t it?  We wonder why we get stuck in “ruts” don’t we? We do the same things, over and over, and hope that something different will come of it?  We need to release ourselves!!!  Stop living with linear thought.  We are so wrapped up in the concept of TIME that we can’t let go of the past.  I say this,  Let go of the past.  Take the lessons that you learned there and let it go.  Stop living from the memory bank and open yourself up to letting it flow from somewhere new, that inner you that is in touch with something bigger.  Create in your mind a new image or feeling of “You.”

(I am far away from what I planned to write about in this post, but the plan is really of little consequence. :) )

The real “You” exists.  The mask that the world sees does not.  My life has been filled with different masks and things that brought me to a place where I was not sure what the real me looked like.  It is interesting as I look back on my short life and see the things I have told myself about “Me” that have turned out to be false.  I was not being honest with myself, and therefore I was lost.  I am on my way to removing the masks, peeling back the layers of the onion, and discovering the magnificent truths that do exist at the core of who I am.  You can do the same thing.  Ask yourself, how many of the beliefs about yourself were formed by you and you alone.  How many of those beliefs have been crafted for you by society, expectations, and lies while you stood as a silent observer and tried on whatever seemed to fit?  In hopes of tying some common theme through this post (although I am not sure that will happen) I just want to leave with this… If you are not molding and building “You,” who is?…do you want the final say?  Are you ok with change?  Are you prepared to be 100% honest with yourself and break down the walls that shield your core from the rest of the world?    Like someone who is learning to play the piano, they have to learn how before they can actually create music.  Once they learn the basics, eventually they will release themselves and what were once just individual notes are now flowing together as MUSIC from a source other than written notes and technical skill.   The same goes for finding ourselves.  We need to work on the basics and figure out “how to play.”  However long that takes, as difficult as it may seem,  at some point we will have a release and be able to “make music” with our lives, purpose, and passion…Then we can share it with the world.

With Gratitude to You,

~Ross

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Sticky: Bruce Lipton and the cells in the body and the new discoveries in genetics – Soul Hang Out

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Fascinating facts. about genetics…Enjoy

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The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts. ~James Joyce~

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A man of genius makes no mistakes; his errors are volitional and are the portals of discovery. ~James Joyce~

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I am tomorrow, or some future day, what I establish today. I am today what I established yesterday or some previous day. ~James Joyce~

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