It's 2014, folks. 

You know what's superstitious, out of touch and "old fashioned?" To not believe that thoughts and intentions can change the physical world around us.

If I have only one legacy in this lifetime, it will be that I was able to convey to some people this one truth:

We create our reality from our beliefs!

Read THIS: "Scientific Proof Thoughts & Intentions Can Alter The Physical World Around Us"  



Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will propose on Monday a reduction in the size of the U.S. Army to its smallest size since before World War Two and scrapping a class of Air Force attack jets. The plans, which the paper said were outlined by several Pentagon officials on condition of anonymity, would be aimed at reducing defense spending after a pledge by President Barack Obama to end U.S. involvement in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It would leave the military too small for long foreign occupations.

So, we've got  less murders, and in fact, less deaths from all kinds of violence worldwide, fewer bankersfewer cigarette smokers, and... well, read the ongoing list HERE.

And now, we're rendering ourselves incapable of sustaining war.

Isn't that just a proper Monday morning in 5D?!


HERE is a blog post about one of my my favorite subjects: the myths about aging. In the piece, entitled "6 Things You Know About Aging That Just Aren't True," Deepak Chopra delivers the truth. If you have even one negative idea about what it means to get older, I highly recommend you read the post.

I also refer you to the article below, posted here last month, and to THIS page of posts on FPL.

Here's the headline from last month: 


That's right. I've been pointing this out for a while, now. Those living to one hundred years of age, or older, represent the fastest growing part of the population. Many of my readers, in other words, are not even at half-time, yet, and even those in so-called middle-age, are just at the beginning of it.

It's so important, folks, to not arrange your views of life and yourself on the beliefs of previous generations. We are always creating our reality anew, every day, and especially now in greater leaps between probable lines of reality. Living to one hundred is the least of it.

Stay open.

Live long and prosper!


At the end of 2012, a little over a year ago, I wrote a post entitled: "UPDATE ON THE WAVE!" In that post, I began with a headline from the news that proclaimed that in the previous year, deaths surpassed 2.5 million in the U.S. for the first time since records have been kept on such matters.

Here is an excerpt:

"The Wave that I've been writing about regularly for the last two years is in full force and still accelerating as we head down the home stretch of 2012. What is The Wave? It is the surge of energy that has been sweeping change across the planet more and more, brought about by a collective intention that has been in place for quite a long time, as we think of it, to make the great transition (as the Pathwork Guide lecture refers to it) from a 3rd dimensional level of consciousness to 4th and then 5th dimensional consciousness. In other words, from the deeper levels of our being, we have all agreed to change the "game" we've been playing for much of what we think of as our history, and now play a new game, one in which we awaken more fully to who and what we really are. In this game, we become conscious creators of our reality, rather than the unconscious creators we've been up until now."

I also wrote a post a week ago entitled, "5D MEANS LESS PEOPLE, PEOPLE!", in which I quoted a piece whose headline stated: "U.S. Population Grows At Slowest Rate Since The Great Depression"  

And this is from recent news: 

"The German insurance company, Munich Re, said some 20,000 people died from natural disasters last year, about twice as many as in 2012."

What's going on? And why I am writing about this? Not to alarm anyone. Actually, quite the opposite.

Now, let's make this point, folks: everything is energy, and energy is everything, and energy is never annihilated. Physicists have understood this for a long time. Metaphysicians have understood this even longer. No one, or no thing, ever truly dies. Death, as we've thought of it in 3D linear dualistic consciousness, was just a construct in the game we were playing. In Reality (with a capital "R") our consciousness merely transitions in and out of physical form in what we've thought of as the birth and death cycle.

So, while many of us have collectively agreed to stop playing the (very) old 3D game, lifting the veil of unconsciousness, many others are choosing the option of "going home," rather than playing the new game in 5D, here on 5D Earth. 

It's okay, though. Really. Nothing ever truly dies and it's all just a game. Does that mean we shouldn't have feelings of sadness when we experience "loss?" Of course not. Feelings are an intrinsic part of the human experience.

This is a parable I heard once that I love:

A Zen Master was grieving for his young son that died. When the Master's followers saw him crying, they were confused. 

"Master, why are you crying? You have taught us that death is an illusion." 

"Yes," the Master replied, "death is an illusion, and the loss of a son is one of the most painful illusions of all."


“Understand that no matter what anyone else’s intention is towards you, you always, all of you, have the opportunity to decide that only a positive effect will result for you in your life regarding any experience because your physical reality is only the product of how you define it, and if you define it in a positive way, you’ll only get a positive result no matter whether someone else has a negative intention towards you or not. That’s how it works. That’s physics!”

“There is no situation that exists that inherently contains struggle and strife and suffering. "All resistance comes from your definition of the situation.”


Well, if the Pope on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine isn't 5D, I don't know what is!


I was 9 years old on February 9, 1964... fifty years ago yesterday. Yet, over all those decades, I can still remember the moment, sitting cross-legged on the floor in front of our black and white TV set, just a few feet away, when Ed Sullivan barked out the words: "The Beatles!" He practically did a pirouette when he announced them.

The screaming began, then the music - Paul delivering the first two words acapella: "Close your..." By the time he sung the word "eyes" and the throbbing rhythm kicked in, I was mesmerized in a way I'd never been before as a young boy, and have rarely been since.

I didn't quite know why at the time, but it felt like the world had just changed, right then and there, right before my eyes, in my very own living room, and in millions of living rooms around the country. It didn't occur to me at first that there could possibly be anybody who wasn't thrilled at the sight and sound of The Beatles, that there could be anyone not embracing the change they were announcing through their songs.

In fact, it turned out that in that particular line of reality, there would be many not embracing the change. Much tumult, social upheaval and many violent deaths, even eventually of one of The Beatles, would continue throughout the decades to come. But nonetheless, we have arrived to the day that John, Paul, George and Ringo, as part of the "first wave," heralded for those 10 years during the Sixties.

Now, we are in 5D, at the threshold of a Golden Age, a time where John Lennon's lyrics, sung in the first satellite telecast of a musical performance, now are an anthem for how we'll be living.

Love. Love. Love.
There's nothing you can do that can't be done
Nothing you can sing that can't be sung
Nothing you can say but you can learn how to play the game
It's easy
There's nothing you can make that can't be made
No one you can save that can't be saved
Nothing you can do but you can learn how to be you in time
It's easy
All you need is love
All you need is love
All you need is love, love
Love is all you need
Love, love, love
Love, love, love
Love, love, love
All you need is love
All you need is love
All you need is love, love
Love is all you need
There's nothing you can know that isn't known
Nothing you can see that isn't shown
There's nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be
It's easy
All you need is love
All you need is love
All you need is love, love
Love is all you need

All you need is love, all together now
All you need is love, everybody
All you need is love, love
Love is all you need
   Love is all you need
   Love is all you need
   Love is all you need


HERE's the headline: "CVS To Stop Selling Tobacco Products!"

CVS Caremark Corp said on Wednesday that it would stop selling tobacco products at its 7,600 stores by October, becoming the first U.S. drugstore chain to take cigarettes off the shelf. Public health experts called the decision by the No. 2 U.S. drugstore chain a precedent-setting step that could pressure other stores to follow suit. Public health experts called the decision by the No. 2 U.S. drugstore chain a precedent-setting step that could pressure other stores to follow suit.

"I think it will put pressure on other retailers who want to be in healthcare," said CVS Caremark Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Troyen Brennan.

Okay, well, that's nice, but understand this, folks... we're in 5D, so if smoking compulsively, especially commercial, chemical-laced cigarettes, is of a low vibration, then it has to go.

Now, does that mean that 5D is a smoke-free zone? Not necessarily. Many native and indigenous cultures used the smoke of tobacco or other organic plants for meditative, contemplative, pleasurable purposes. Said use wasn't compulsive, because it wasn't for the purpose of avoiding feelings, which is what fuels most addictive behavior.

Also, remember this above all else: we create our reality, first and foremost, from our beliefs. "Grandpa Pete" Loffredo, born in Italy in 1900, smoked cigarettes all of his life, more or less, and lived until he was 90, never developing cancer. Why? Because he genuinely never believed that cigarettes were dangerous to his health, and by the time mass culture came to agree that cigarettes were deadly, he simply ignored the notion. 

While there may or may not be smoking in 5D, the bottom line is it won't be for the purposes of lowering vibrations or avoiding feelings. It will be, like everything else in 5D, aligned with a higher purpose. 

And of course, as Freud once said: "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar!"


Okay, ready for this?

Bloomberg is reporting this morning that former Federal Reserve economist Mike Dueker was found dead in an apparent suicide near Tacoma, Washington, one in a series of prominent bankers killing themselves this week.

On Sunday, William Broeksmit, 58, former senior manager for Deutsche Bank, was found hanging in his home, also an apparent suicide.

On Tuesday, Gabriel Magee, 39, vice president at JPMorgan Chase & Co’s London headquarters, apparently jumped to his death from a building in the Canary Wharf area.

Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym died after falling from a hotel room in Bangkok in what police said could be possible suicide.

On New Years Day 2014, I posted a piece entitled: "5D MEANS LESS PEOPLE, PEOPLE!" It was about the accelerated rate at which human beings have been exiting Planet Earth.

Folks, it's come down to this - if you're intention is to stay here in 5D, retire your ego, clear out the inner pipes, those blocks and beliefs and fears that are interfering with you channeling your Higher Self, re-evaluate your identity as a banker, or a painter or a parent, or as anything other than an eternal, infinitely creative being of Love and Light.




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