13 Principles of Spiritual Activism and Increased Power over New World Order Mind Control

Brothers and Sisters,

There are times when we all can benefit from revisiting material that we’ve already previously digested.

The following principles incorporated with various breathing techniques will give you greater strength, focus, power and control over the Mind Control techniques of the Illuminati New World Order. Learn them, practice them, make them part of who you are and you will begin to transcend the New World Order Matrix of Slavery.

Namaste

These 13 suggestions for ethical behavior and
spiritual progression are based on principles which
operate throughout the universe.

Some people call them Universal laws When you reach
the point in your life when you begin to take notice
of these inviolate rules and consciously apply them,
you begin to notice changes in your awareness, in your
sense of fulfullment, satisfaction, and peace.

You will also notice material and spiritual rewards
coming to you in greater abundance.

When you follow these spiritual Rules of the Road for
Life’s Journey, you will find yourself in harmony with
the Voice of the Creator and life will flow through
you like a river.
Christ was able to distill a fair share of the ideas
embraced here when he laid out the principle of Golden
Rule: “Do unto others as they would do unto you” and
“Love thy neighbor as thyself”.

Jesus didn’t do such a bad job expanding these
concepts with the Beatitudes either. Print this list
out and tape it to your refrigerator or slip it into a
page protector and put it somewhere where you and
other people will notice it and read it.

Daily reminders are the best way to adopt new patterns
of behavior.

The following principles emerged from several years’
work with social change leaders in Satyana’s Leading
with Spirit program. We offer these not as definitive
truths, but rather as key learnings and guidelines
that, taken together, comprise a useful framework for
“spiritual activism.”

1. Transformation of motivation from
anger/fear/despair to compassion/love/purpose. This is
a vital challenge for today’s social change movement.
This is not to deny the noble emotion of appropriate
anger or outrage in the face of social injustice.
Rather, this entails a crucial shift from fighting
against evil to working for love, and the long-term
results are very different, even if the outer
activities appear virtually identical. Action follows
Being, as the Sufi saying goes. Thus “a positive
future cannot emerge from the mind of anger and
despair” (Dalai Lama).

2. Non-attachment to outcome. This is difficult to put
into practice, yet to the extent that we are attached
to the results of our work, we rise and fall with our
successes and failures—a sure path to burnout. Hold a
clear intention, and let go of the outcome—recognizing
that a larger wisdom is always operating. As Gandhi
said, “the victory is in the doing,” not the results.
Also, remain flexible in the face of changing
circumstances: “Planning is invaluable, but plans are
useless.”(Churchill)

3. Integrity is your protection. If your work has
integrity, this will tend to protect you from negative
energy and circumstances. You can often sidestep
negative energy from others by becoming “transparent”
to it, allowing it to pass through you with no adverse
effect upon you. This is a consciousness practice that
might be called “psychic aikido.”

4. Integrity in means and ends. Integrity in means
cultivates integrity in the fruit of one’s work. A
noble goal cannot be achieved utilizing ignoble means.

5. Don’t demonize your adversaries. It makes them more
defensive and less receptive to your views. People
respond to arrogance with their own arrogance,
creating rigid polarization. Be a perpetual learner,
and constantly challenge your own views.

6. You are unique. Find and fulfill your true calling.
“It is better to tread your own path, however humbly,
than that of another, however successfully.” (Bhagavad
Gita)

7. Love thy enemy. Or at least, have compassion for
them. This is a vital challenge for our times. This
does not mean indulging falsehood or corruption. It
means moving from “us/them” thinking to “we”
consciousness, from separation to cooperation,
recognizing that we human beings are ultimately far
more alike than we are different. This is challenging
in situations with people whose views are radically
opposed to yours. Be hard on the issues, soft on the
people.

8. Your work is for the world, not for you. In doing
service work, you are working for others. The full
harvest of your work may not take place in your
lifetime, yet your efforts now are making possible a
better life for future generations. Let your
fulfillment come in gratitude for being called to do
this work, and from doing it with as much compassion,
authenticity, fortitude, and forgiveness as you can
muster.

9. Selfless service is a myth. In serving others, we
serve our true selves. “It is in giving that we
receive.” We are sustained by those we serve, just as
we are blessed when we forgive others. As Gandhi says,
the practice of satyagraha (”clinging to truth”)
confers a “matchless and universal power” upon those
who practice it. Service work is enlightened
self-interest, because it cultivates an expanded sense
of self that includes all others.

10. Do not insulate yourself from the pain of the
world. Shielding yourself from heartbreak prevents
transformation. Let your heart break open, and learn
to move in the world with a broken heart. As Gibran
says, “Your pain is the medicine by which the
physician within heals thyself.” When we open
ourselves to the pain of the world, we become the
medicine that heals the world. This is what Gandhi
understood so deeply in his principles of ahimsa and
satyagraha. A broken heart becomes an open heart, and
genuine transformation begins.

11. What you attend to, you become. Your essence is
pliable, and ultimately you become that which you most
deeply focus your attention upon. You reap what you
sow, so choose your actions carefully. If you
constantly engage in battles, you become embattled
yourself. If you constantly give love, you become love
itself.

12. Rely on faith, and let go of having to figure it
all out. There are larger ‘divine’ forces at work that
we can trust completely without knowing their precise
workings or agendas. Faith means trusting the unknown,
and offering yourself as a vehicle for the intrinsic
benevolence of the cosmos. “The first step to wisdom
is silence. The second is listening.” If you genuinely
ask inwardly and listen for guidance, and then follow
it carefully—you are working in accord with these
larger forces, and you become the instrument for their
music.

13. Love creates the form. Not the other way around.
The heart crosses the abyss that the mind creates, and
operates at depths unknown to the mind. Don’t get
trapped by “pessimism concerning human nature that is
not balanced by an optimism concerning divine nature,
or you will overlook the cure of grace.” (Martin
Luther King) Let your heart’s love infuse your work
and you cannot fail, though your dreams may manifest
in ways different from what you imagine.

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One Response to “13 Principles of Spiritual Activism and Increased Power over New World Order Mind Control”

  1. Hello…..
    Just visted your blog and I must tell you I was struck by your beauty and integrity…. The loving light of higher awareness shines gently through and between the words you write….
    Beautiful…..
    May your path be aways blessed……
    In Peace,
    Jasmine

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