Pharos, did you get most of the notion that things seem to be speeding up, from Ian Xel Lungold? I'm sure that I picked up some reading on it prior to listening to his video's, but I'm not sure. He spoke of it a lot.
I find that when I try to speak of the things I study, that most people have already reached a position where they don't want to go past. A nice comfortable plateau in learning. That doesn't discourage me, I just give little bits. You give water slowly to a person who has been in the desert journeying without it.
As a matter of fact I haven't gotten that from Ian Xel Lungold, I've been discovering these types of things on my own lately. I find it amazing that we can discover the same truths through Self Discovery as have been presented already. I also see what you mean about letting someone sip slowly on water if they've been so long without it... very good analogy, I'll be thinking on that one when I try to bring Fringe subjects into peoples lives
As do I, but then I think, maybe they aren't meant to know. I don't know.
There is a hawaiian principle that says that everything is working out perfectly. Now I'm not sure if thats true on a microscale, but on a very large macro scale, it might be.
I completely empathize with what you've said here though. Intense impression to change my life, people, surroundings. That everything has somehow become... stale? But I thought it might just be me, seeing as I know no one else in "real life" that knows anything about fringe subjects. So why do you think this is? Are we picking up this sense of urgency instinctually, spiritually, or another way?
I can also empathize with this acceleration idea. I don't think many people will argue with that either. I think this acceleration puts pressure on highly aware people to simplify their life. At least, I'm feeling a lot of internal pressure to do so lately.
So what ensures success in this change? I mean, this is the same shift that the Cassiopaean's and the Plaidians talked about, right?
As always, thank you for your gracious patience. I seem to have so many questions, and not as many answers.
I believe that the impression of change is more external, but it does feel like there's a pressure on me. I do feel, however, that this change is going to happen on it's own, both internally and externally, so all one has to do is keep oneself prepared for what may, and probably will, happen. "Ride the wave" so to speak. I've always had this strange excitement associated with change, but this one in particular feels like it's a big one. If one keeps oneself prepared for the shore, than the wave becomes one hell of a ride!
As for your many questions LightningEye, you seem to have the ability to discern them for yourself, but I for one have no problem trying to answer any questions you may have
If you didn't ask so many questions, then you wouldn't get any of the answers you seek. If I can do anything to help you find the answers, then I will be glad to help you out
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