Learning to Listen

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The key to developing a greater facility to communicate is to listen, to hear what other worlds are telling us and awaken them inside ourselves.  We possess a direct connection to the other four worlds of Grandmother Earth.  We contain minerals in our body; we are animal in that we are two-leggeds; we are the water and nutrients of the plant carried in our blood; and we come from pure spirit at birth and return to pure spirit at death.

People just haven’t learned how to listen.  We usually speak and listen from our brains, filtering everything from a chorus of our pretender voices and brain chatter.  Furthermore, language – words – as our primary means of communication limits our experiences and separates us, thus contributing to the chatter that prevents us from hearing.

We are like walking radios tuned into only one station.  We must get rid of the static and develop a wide band of receiving and broadcasting stations that are an intrinsic part of our natural self.  To do that we need to know more about the nature of each of the worlds, their essence or give-away, and their role in the matrix of life here on Grandmother Earth.

For the next few weeks, we will be looking at what it means to be a balanced human and how each of the five aspects within each world of Grandmother Earth assists us in attaining this balance so we can become sacred humans.  Stay tuned, like or follow or blog or Facebook page so you don’t miss any one aspect.

Also, if you would like to learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi.

The Language of Nature

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We can learn to unlock Nature’s voice, the language of life, inside us.  For most of us, however, this process entails a serious attitude adjustment.  The original Dr. Dolittle is not just a fanciful, make-believe character.  He is a role model to emulate.  As part of our attitude shift, we must be willing to become students of Nature.

Next, we must discard all the paraphernalia we drag with us that separates and insulates us from Nature.  Many of us spend our vacations in national parks and beautiful areas, but we are not in any way connected or aligned.  We are afraid of insects and snakes, startled by animal noises in the night, or irritated by both hot and cold weather.  To feel safe, we feel we need our Airstream trailer or our superdeluxe tent.  Surprisingly, even many of those adventuresome folks who trek in the wilds with just the minimal needs on their backs, while enjoying the scenery, often pass through unmentored because they are not aware that they are the student passing through the landscape of the teachers.  A disease of our society is that we have forgotten how to get below the surface of things.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi

Learning to Communicate

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Where do we go to learn how to communicate better?  Our wisest choice is to go into Nature as an empty cup and let the worlds of the Earth show us a thing or two.

Plants, animals, minerals, and the world of spirit are our most powerful and authentic teachers.  They lead us into deep silences, where they introduce us to and teach us about our true nature – our authentic natural self.  Those of us who accept Nature as our mentor continue to discover unlimited inner treasures.  Get out in Nature, and do your own connecting.  Feel what it’s like; experience it for yourself.  The tragedy of our generation is that so often we settle for information alone.  True knowledge and wisdom come from direct personal experience.  The Internet, as magnificent as it is, is contributing to the massive collection of data and information, and helping us to create the illusion that information and data are knowledge.  This does not develop wisdom, and it cannot replace direct personal experience.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi

Sixth Cosmic Law

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“Chaos Gives Death”

Chaos and change cause a dying in each moment.  The moment you are born, every moment you are living, you are living to die.  And you are dying each moment in order to live.  Many native people call death the Great Changer.

And the cycle repeats itself, driving the evolutionary spiral.  These six Spirit Personality Laws, or Cosmic Laws, produce the infinity Wheel of Life that produces immortality of the soul.  They are the key to the Everything’s ongoing evolution of self-discovery.

Sacred Law has put you here, a spirit personality of a soul in physical form.  Standing accountable spiritually is our adherence to Sacred Law.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Fifth Cosmic Law

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“Change Produces Chaos”

Chaos provides moments of power and evolutionary leaps.  We are wise to welcome chaos, not resist it.  Our willingness to change and to ride the waves of chaos will propel us much faster along our soul’s evolutionary journey.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Fourth Cosmic Law

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“Movement Gives Change, and Change is Continuous and Inevitable”

This law governs the evolutionary process.  Without change, there would be stasis, and like stagnant water, stasis eventually produces death without hope of new life.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva

Third Cosmic Law

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“Rebirth Gives Movement”

Growing in the womb, the baby moves, rebirth of spirit into substance.  When the baby is born and takes its first Breath, that again is rebirth giving movement, because, for the rest of its life, every time it breathes it is in the process or rebirthing and changing.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Second Cosmic Law

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“Life Gives Rebirth”

This describes the process of a mother rearing a child.  She is life and the child is rebirth, one life producing another life.  Many of the woman’s cells die each month during her menstrual period.  If a woman didn’t have her monthly moon cycle, which is death giving life, she wouldn’t be able to give life.  The moment of conception is life giving rebirth.  And again, rebirth happens when spirit enters the womb.  Rebirth is that infinitesimally fine line between death and life, the transition of spirit into substance and substance back into spirit.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

 

First Cosmic Law

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“Death Give (Creates) Life”

When you plant a seed in the ground, part of the seed must die in order to sprout and create new life.  When a man plants a seed in a woman, that is a death.  Millions of seeds die so that one can carry his life force to create a new life.  A tree falls and deteriorates, and out of that grow new plants.  Fertilizer is the death of matter, which nourishes new life.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Six Cosmic Laws

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The six Cosmic Laws create the Magnetic Attracting Thought (MAT) spaces within which any form of any thing may take up residence and exist within the substance world of matter.  They govern the cycles of life, the cycles of all spirit into substance and substance into spirit.  As cellular spaces in the body of the Great Spirit, our spirit personality is created through the six Cosmic Laws.

The heart of creation contains the destruction of creation so that new life can be reborn at higher levels of evolution and beauty.  Destruction for destruction’s sake causes physical death.

Eighty percent of what happens is patterned (chosen) energy motion, and twenty percent is the free-will determination of the Great Spirit, chaos, and the Law of Chance, used to experience change and growth.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.