Did I hear right?
I don’t know if you feel the same way I do, but I don’t think it will be this year… at least we’re off to a bad start. Between the Orlando shooting with its 49 dead, the Brexit and its reprisals, the imminent financial collapse, the Nice attack with its 84 dead and 200 wounded… how could we relax?
By knowing what’s really going on, beyond appearances. In reality, Truth-Consciousness is spreading on the planet and exacerbates at the highest degree the lie of the world of illusion in which we bathe. We are starting to see clearly. The absurdity of the systems we believed in- religion, politics, law, finances, health, education, family, society- is starting to become obvious. Hence the fierce counterattack of the forces of illusion, which are on the brink of disappearing.
Let’s rise above the triangle of hell-on-earth with its three players: victim (dead and wounded), culprit (Muslims), savior (government, with extension of the ”state of emergency” and ”reinforcement of security”). Let us instead see the reality which is hiding behind this adversity: an evolutionary gift, forcing human beings to once again find their true identity as sovereign individuals. Then our terror will give way to gratitude towards the actors of these unfortunate events. In this way, life has meaning.
Since vacations are not necessarily favorable for these reflections, we’ve decided to overcome this by presenting the interview of Ghis by Richie Allen, a few days ago.
Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9SPnevtmVs
Why is surrendering essential during the course of healing and self-transformation? And what does it mean? The true purpose of healing is to evolve and transform ourselves. Healing is about bringing back movement in areas of our life we feel stuck, revealing hidden potentials, breaking old patterns, replacing limiting beliefs, adopting new behaviors and overcoming fears.
True healing indubitably involves a growth in consciousness of self. True healing is about transcending our egotistic behaviors based on fear, and uncovering our true self which is concealed behind the thick walls of our family, educational, religious, moral, societal and atavistic conditioning. Healing provides us with an opportunity to honor our higher self (soul), get closer to it and connect with this part of us which is unlimited, all-powerful, unconditionally loving and blissful.
To surrender means “To cease resistance to an enemy or opponent and submit to their authority.” Let us define what resists in us and to what it does not want to submit to. In the context of healing and human evolution of consciousness, the ego is the part which resists to the power of the soul and refuses to surrender to its will, to give in.
As some of you already know, the ego (animal part of us) and the soul (our individual divinity) are the two forces at play within us. Indeed, the human being is in transition between two states: animality, which is the survival program based on fear and governed by ego; and idessity (inner divinity), the ultimate manifestation human beings are meant to accomplish in their lifetime on earth. The aim is to emancipate the divine being in us which is under the governance of the soul.
Our body is where the battle between those two opposite forces takes place. Disease, emotional disturbance, accidents, misfortunes are the visible manifestations. The ego wants to stay in power, like a regent who , after years in power, refuses to leave the throne, to surrender his power to the legitimate sovereign (the soul) who has now become mature enough to take over the governance of her kingdom (the body).
Our ego fights to keep the control over our body and life because it is scared to death of the unknown. Our ego would rather maintain an unsatisfying status quo than change. So it invests all its energy in maintaining us in our human animality, in an evolutionary plateau, through institutions such as family, government, laws, education, morals, religion, etc.
Concretely, how can we facilitate our inner transformation and by ripple effect our healing? By transcending our fears and surrendering to our soul’s will which often manifests through profound aspirations. Our everyday situations, often the most ordinary ones, tell us where our evolutionary blockages are and what is the next step we need and we are able to take to move forward on our path to connecting to our true self. And dis-ease (physical, emotional, mental and spiritual) is one of the most precise pointers to show us the direction to take in our life.
Let us see how it works through two real case stories of two men in their early thirties affected with the same pathology.
For the past 8 years, Benjamin has been getting constant lower back pain. It started a few weeks after he moved out of his mother’s house into his own apartment. At some point during the session he expressed that he was tired of “carrying” his mother. Each time she needed something she would call him and he would respond immediately without arguing. As the eldest child and only son of the family, he felt it was his responsibility to take care of her especially after the death of his father when he was a teenager. It was inconceivable for him not to help his mother each time she needed it.
But his body was screaming for change. Part of him, the deepest part of him, was not fulfilled. He did not have the life he really wanted. He wanted more time for himself to fulfill his own passions. But the idea of putting himself first and respecting his deepest aspirations created a profound guilt feeling. He felt he was letting his mother down and she would be disappointed in him as would be the rest of the family, especially his two sisters.
The family program with all its roles is deeply ingrained in our genes. In nature, mammals live in herds to insure the protection and the security of the group. The idea is that together we are stronger to fight the outside enemy. Outside the herd the animal is weak and runs the risk of being the pray of a predator. Because of those cellular memories, we firmly hold onto the family even if it frustrates us, destroys us, and sometimes kills us.
Benjamin understood the fears that were holding him back in honoring his higher self’s aspiration. His back pain stopped as soon as he realized that his two sisters never took on the role of the “good caring children”, as daughters are usually supposed to do. They would help their mother from time to time but never to the point that it would truly disturb their lives. His sisters knew how to establish boundaries, and he decided to establish his own as well. He gave himself permission to say no to his mother and say yes to himself. Eventually, he realized that his fear of losing his mother’s and sisters’ love was groundless.
Getting out of the animal programs (ego-fear based) to honor our higher self requires courage and determination. Surrendering is really about stopping to respond to our inherited egotistic programs and transcend our fears. Sometimes the surrender seems doable because the fear it awakens is manageable. And sometimes it seems impossible to do, as we are going to see with Cesario’s story.
Like Benjamin, Cesario experiences lower back problems. The pain started at a specific day 5 months ago when he was bathing his 2 years old daughter. When I asked him if he went through any major stressful event 5 months earlier, he could not recall anything. The only complaint he had about his life was that he did not have time for himself, and he missed playing soccer with his buddies.
He and his wife were happily married. Both were working full time, but Cesario was self-employed. Since his schedule was more flexible, he was taking care of his daughter after daycare, doing most of the house chores, and even cooking the meals: a caring modern day husband and dad! The solution seemed obvious: find a way to clear up some free time. “It will not be possible anytime soon,” he replied. “With the second baby on its way, we’ll need a bigger house, and my wife wants to switch to a part-time position so she can take care of the kids. I will have to work on weekends to make up for the loss of income.” For some reason, he had forgotten to mention that his wife was 5 months pregnant! This baby was the overload in his already super busy schedule.
Cesario’s back issues did not resolve despite all the doctors and therapists interventions. After two years, the pain became so excruciating that he was considering a back surgery. Part of the reason the healing did not happen is because he could not go over his belief that a father and husband is the pillar of the family and has to sacrifice no matter what. It was the way he and his wife were raised in their Hispanic culture and breaking the tradition felt more devastating to him than having back problems.
Cesario’s case raises an interesting point: the symptom fulfills a positive purpose. The symptom often remains in place to force the person to do what he is unable to do voluntarily. Here, Cesario needed to slow down, work less and take some time for himself. Since he was not able to transcend his family and cultural belief, the symptom remained to slow him down. He had no other choice than to work less and rest. Of course it is frustrating to have back pains, but at least it prevented him from facing his worse fear: be judged, lose the respected status due a strong responsible man, and be rejected by his wife and family. Unconsciously, it feels safer and more honorable to stop fulfilling others’ expectations because of a physical disability than to voluntarily choose ourselves over overwhelming and unfulfilling duties and responsibilities. That is why so many people unconsciously let themselves slip into sickness and remain in chronicity.
The path of true healing is to consciously and voluntarily choose to get out of the outdated animal programs as soon as we identify them, and stop responding to our egotistic fears which control all our actions and thoughts in all aspects of our life. As we are transcending one fear after another, we are deepening our connection to our soul, our highest self, and we start to manifest the expression of our true intrinsic identity.
Aging: a word that creates such distress in people, especially after a certain age, because with it come disease, weakness, suffering and death. It’s like a package that cannot be sold separately. If aging had no negative connotation, it would be a neutral and even pleasant word. I would be able to say “I’m aging” with the same insouciance than I would say “I’m relaxing”. Without any gloomy undertone, aging would simply mean “I’m evolving, I’m growing, I’m getting more experienced or I’m moving forward in life.” But in our reality, albeit illusionary, aging means the opposite. It looks like after a certain age, we take a dead-end street, an off life street. The smooth asphalt progressively turns into dirt, and the road gets bumpier as we continue driving right at the wall of death.
But what if aging did not exist? What if aging was just a mindset, not a reality but a mere belief? What if the change of course was just a matter of a mental switch? After all, the body renews itself every 7 years. All our cells are replaced by brand new ones. So what is it that makes the next set of cells each year less effective than the previous set the year before?
The scientific mindset explains that aging originates from a slow build-up of cellular damage caused by various elements: errors in genetic transcription, DNA mutation, free radicals, overactive metabolism, hormonal imbalance, cellular miscommunication, mitochondrial underactivity, vitamin deficiency, poor nutrition, urban lifestyle, stress, chemicals, pollution, bad weather… and the list goes on. For centuries now, we have been looking for external causes of the body’s decline, and experts have come up with a plethora of solutions to slow it down. But our intrinsic physiological reality has not changed much: we still get sick, age and die. The best we seemed to have achieved is life extension. But are we living healthier than the past generations? I doubt it. Maybe it’s time to explore other avenues.
More recently, modern psychology and neuro-science brought new pieces to the puzzle. They have demonstrated the substantial influence of the mind over the body. This concept is not new. The Greek physician, Hippocrates (460 – 370 BC), referred as the father of western medicine, already mentioned it. Chinese medicine has been treating emotions and physical ailments all together for over 2,000 years. For the past 30 years, a German physician, Dr Geerd Ryke Hamer, creator of the German New Medicine, has proved that nearly all diseases were psychosomatic – meaning they stem from the mind. He goes even further by validating that healing starts in the mind first before it manifests in the body.
If it is true that we create disease in our mind, is it possible then that we may also create aging from the mind? Following the same logic, we should, therefore, be able to reverse aging with a trick of the mind. An experiment conducted in 1981 by Dr Ellen Langer, Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, seems to go along with this hypothesis, as the New York Times reported it on October 22, 2014.
In the fall of 1981, eight men in their 70’s volunteered to live 5 days in a converted monastery in New Hampshire. The subjects were considered in good health even though their bodies showed common signs of aging such as arthritis, weakness, decrease of their range of motion, lower vision, etc. Passing through the door of the building was like entering a time warp; everything inside the monastery was designed to conjure 1959, even the shows played on the white and black TV set. “They were told not merely to reminisce about this earlier era, but to inhabit it — to make a psychological attempt to be the person they were 22 years ago.”, said Langer. At the end of their stay, the men were tested again and the results revealed amazing improvement of their health conditions: they were more supple, showed greater dexterity, sat straighter and their sight improved. Even some independent judges said they looked younger. We can only wonder what the results would have been if the experiment had lasted longer?
This experiment confirms the significant influence of the mind over the body in the aging and disease process. But does this mean that in order to reverse aging we should live in the past? Or does it mean that we should keep the spirit of our 20’s and bring it along with us all our life? I opt for the second option which is more compatible with the principle of evolution.
Now, how do we keep the spirit of our 20’s? The first question that arises is why we have lost it. Let’s go back for a moment in the past. What was the essence of our spirit back then? In my case, I had a conviction that life was ahead of me, and that anything was possible. I remember when I was 18 years old and had my first job. When my dad suggested I put some money in a complementary retirement plan, I bluntly rebuffed him. Retirement was an unimaginable notion. I could not conceive that I would get old and would not be able to sustain myself. Decay and death was simply not part of my reality; I was looking at the future full of enthusiasm and exciting projects.
I remember a sense of adaptability, openness, curiosity and limitlessness; a willingness to learn, to explore, a sense of adventure, an interest for the new and the unknown; a willingness to move forward, to progress and improve. I had some doubts and beliefs but they were not so rigid that they would completely freeze my actions. Recalling the younger me and writing those words triggered a warm feeling within me, as if my cells were awakening from a state of drowsiness. I realize that I often let myself be caught up in the lifeless rhythm of adult life and forget to stay fully alive as I was when I was 20.
This is where we let ourselves slip down to the grave. Somewhere on the road, something covertly shifted. At some point we covered our youthful spirit with a thick lid. When did it happen? Most of us cannot remember. It’s like a dream, in which I am driving my car, going anywhere I want and having fun. When suddenly, I don’t know how, I find myself sitting in a crowded train on the entrenched tracks of human conditioning composed of atavism, culture, education, religion and science. I have no clue on how I ended up on this train, but from this point on it’s the same trip for every one! If at some point I long for change, I can move to a different rail-car, but still the destination will remain the same.
Sometimes I have the impulse to jump out of the train, but I am stopped, frozen by my many fears. We touch the crux of the problem, the reason we lost our youth spirit: we became aware of death and locked ourselves within the walls of the survival program, which is based on fear. This has become our playground, our limited space of action; this is our train in which we experience life on this planet through a one way route, showing as little scenery as there are windows. From the time we are born, we are put to work building the iron railroad tracks of human survival. Our parents, teachers and mentors have conditioned us through sets of beliefs, values, rules, laws, traditions, protocols, and dogmas, which, as we grow older, we often crystallize to the point that they form thick and rigid mental walls. Progressively our free spirit, free of obstacles and able to see wide and far, is being fenced in by walls of fears.
Decline begins when I start limiting my evolutionary capacity, when I forget my real essence, that of being a boundless immortal being – my divine part. In his early age, the child is still connected to his intrinsic divine nature until this part becomes completely covered with the thick-mortal-fearful-adult coat. And decay inevitably takes its ground as I restrict more and more my vision and movements. It gets a firmer hold on me each time I feel like discomfort and suffering, and I refuse to break free from my suffocating cell. Indeed, I prefer to stay inside my walls where I feel somehow more secure and protected than to go outside and face my fears of the unknown. So, I use loads of morals and excuses to justify my inaction and, to feel even better, I tell myself stories like “After all, the trip is not too bad, I’m lucky to have a comfortable seat by the window. I should not complain!” And life goes on without fail to its final destination.
Progressively the fluid and creative movement of life slows down and gets trapped in a tedious closed-circuit path, deepening the ruts of dull habits and rigid beliefs. Mother (Mira Alfassa) said that death was an inability to progress. Indeed, the moment I set limits to my potential for evolution, I set foot on the deadly slope where death comes slowly (decline, disease, deterioration, depression) or rapidly (cardiac arrest, accident, suicide).
This is what happened to a good friend of mine a few years ago. Karine’s story is the story of many men and women who succeeded in breaking free from the prison of human conditioning but got trapped again in the illusionary game.
Karine was 42-year-old and was living in a small village when I met her. Before her divorce 2 years earlier, she had a normal life for a woman of her generation. Married at 20, she had 3 children who were now teenagers and young adults. She was an exemplary full time stay at home mother until her and her husband started their own company where she became the financial and administrative pillar. She played a great part in the success of the business which inevitably developed her self-esteem.
Despite the joy of having children, she never felt happy in her marriage. She married because it was time; their two families knew each other, and the man was a “good guy”, a hard worker, responsible enough to build a family. The first 2 years after her divorce was the most difficult: her children refused talking to her and her family did not support her choice of breaking the family unit. During that time she started training to become a health practitioner, a profession which had always called to her. Her studies kept her busy enough to make a smoother transition into her new life. After 2 years, relationships with her family settled down and her children reconnected with her. As strange as it might seem, this is when her health issues started.
It began with mild and periodic joint pain that would go away after a few days. Then it would spread to all her joints in the arms, hands and legs which after a time became permanently painful and inflamed. It was worse in the evening when she was less active. She knew that as soon as she would sit in her armchair to watch television or read, she would hardly be able to get up and go to bed. That’s how severe it was. In the morning, she had to wake up earlier since it was taking her almost an hour before she could move easily.
What happened? After her divorce, she was full of life. A new life had opened up, full of projects and dreams she was longing to realize. But the guilt of having left her children and broken up the family took its toll on her. In our unconscious mind, a good mother does not leave her family for her own selfish reasons. So when her children decided to talk to her again, she jumped on the occasion to try to fix the damage she caused by resuming her role of the good mother. She put herself back on the tracks of praised human morals, sacrificing her own life for the good of her family.
It was very easy for her to go back on those tracks since the company she and her ex-husband had created was located right next to the family house where the ex-husband and the children were still living. So every day she would see her ex-husband at work, and in her spare time and after work hours, she would shop for groceries, stock the fridge with healthy food, cook the meals and clean the house. And, since she was already there, she would stay for diner with the whole family before heading home for the night. Everything was roughly the same as before her divorce except that she would sleep in a different house. Eventually, her plans to travel the world, learn to dance, open her own business were put aside.
It would have been in the best of both worlds if only her body was not screaming in pain. Every single day, her physical suffering was a reminder of how painful her situation was. The mind is able to conceal unease and frustration; the body, on the other hand, speaks loudly. Her dis-ease was expressing exactly the way she was feeling deep inside: stuck because she was unable to move her body and do the things she really wanted to do. Her body was the place where the battle, the conflict was taking place: she wanted to do other things in life but the fear of been rejected again by her family was paralyzing.
Eventually Karine realized the situation she had put herself in; finally she decided to break free again from the alienating family roles and face her worse fears. Step by step, she took significant actions, but this time she made certain to first inform her family. She came to realize that it was possible to deal peacefully with the family and still be respected in her choices. As she was building up her self-confidence and assertiveness, her symptoms progressively vanished. Today, 12 years later, she is still symptom free. She has been traveling the world, learning all the dances that inspired her, opened her own business and has been openly dating. The amazing thing is that, when comparing pictures of her taken 20 years ago when she was married with pictures taken today, she looks younger today than she did 20 years ago despite her graying hair and a few wrinkles.
Karine’s story illustrate the path of personal evolution, which is to break all our morbid molds of human conditioning crystallized in form of roles, beliefs, values, morals, rules, laws, traditions, and so forth. It’s about to transcend our millennial atavistic, religious, cultural, biological and survival programs in order to heal our paralyzing fears. Indeed, fear freezes us as much as death. Maybe fear and death are just one and the same, and aging is simply a slow cryogenization process. Can we conclude that once we will be free of fear, death will no longer exist?
- Why we should stop seeing doctors
- Why vaccination is the biggest crime in human history
- Why vaccines are pushed by the authorities
- The involvement of emotional imbalance in disease
- Dr Hamer and German New Medicine
Listen to the interview here (34 min.)
In this newly released video, Ghis provides us with a vanguard overview of what real health is. What if it was possible to have perfect health at no charge for everyone? To view this one-hour video, go to the following link.
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This question has haunted me for years until I discovered the reality of who I am: the creator of the whole universe, unlimited and immortal. Now that I understand the consequences of having children, I’d like to share my insight, starting with some quotes that I gathered to help you ponder on the subject.
1) To make babies is to forsake my immortal nature.
2) Each time I make a baby, I reenforce the DEATH program encoded in my cells.
3) The purpose of a child is to replace its parents and ancestors. Consequently, each time I make a baby, I push myself, my family and humanity a little bit further into the grave.
4) I make babies when I give up in accomplishing myself. I transfer my dreams to my child, and expect him or her to exceed me and succeed where I failed.
5) Reproduction is not Creation. That’s why we say “reproductive organs” and not “creative organs”. When we make babies, we make reproductions, meaning copies of copies of copies… Have you noticed the more you make a copy out of a copy, the uglier they become. Do you still think that the human race will improve through reproduction?
It is not that having children is wrong. It’s a matter of aligning my actions with my level of consciousness. What would be the purpose of making babies if I create myself (read I Create Everything, Including Myself) and I am immortal? We would face a serious overpopulation problem on earth, wouldn’t we?!
I became aware that each time I make a baby or I encourage others to do so, I re-enforce the death-program in my own body as well as in every being on the planet. For me the decision was easy: I decided with my partner not to have children despite the more or less subtle family and social pressure. If I want to manifest physical immortality, I must stop behaving as a mortal being and start living as a creator in every aspect of my life. My decision to not have children was a huge step in that direction.
Consulting a doctor is the very last thing a person should do when her body shows alarming signs and symptoms! Why? Because doctors are illness specialists! Statistics show that healthy people who ask for their advice become sick, and ill ones get worse. Nevertheless, I continue to beg for a medical diagnosis as soon as I start to worry about my body. Worse still, I blindly accept their recommendations to be butchered (surgery), burned (radiotherapy), poisoned (medication), and tortured (psychiatry). Basically, I go straight to the slaughterhouse of my own free will. How can I do this to myself? There is only one explanation: I am afraid to die.
Yet, death is not inevitable. It is simply a bad habit!
Sooner or later, human beings will discover that physical immortality is not only possible, but that it has been programmed into matter since the beginning of time and is simply waiting to be expressed. All levels of the conspiracy – money, medicine, politics, agriculture, environment, law, the media – are pushing humanity towards an inexorable extinction. It is the end of Homo Sapiens. What a gift! The sooner I become aware of this fact, the sooner I will manifest an immortal physical body – nature’s next kingdom.
This booklet answers many important questions, such as:
- What is health and , especially, what is illness?
- Why do religions and medical specialists insist on circumcision?
- How will the elite’s population reduction plan unfold?
- What secrets lie hidden behind vaccination, cancer, and AIDS?
- Why is alternative medicine not the solution?
- Why is German New Medicine not the solution either?
- How can I improve my health and remain young at any age?
You can purchase a copy of this booklet HERE on this website.
“Death is a mental phenomenon, not a material one. It is our mental body, as seen by the mind, lived by the mind, felt by the mind, that dies. And it is a veil over… something else, which is MATERIAL. No – not at all the paradise of a consciousness up above, after “death”, but a materail world of real matter on the other side of the veil of death, which is only the death of the mind. Another matter in matter, another continent in a continent. And ‘we do not need to die to get there!‘ […]
A formidable change of reality – a reality minus death. […] the next world was not to be found in a miraculous dream on the other side of sleep, but just behind a second’s reflection.”
Satprem in Mother or The New Species
“We are perhaps beginning to put our finger on the key that will change Death. Because if this matter is conscious, if this matter is divine, it cannot die – consciousness does not die. Only unconsciousness dies. Only our unconscious vision creates, just as it was forced to create gods and paradises to replace what it could not see with its body. Now the body will see, and seeing, it will be able to do.”
Satprem in Mother or The New Species