With voice recognition we have come to see how much can be communicated with imperfect typing. In response to a request for written blogs as I have done in the past, I thought to post voice recognition bullet point notes to the podcast. Please feel free to comment! [anonymous or not is fine]
Conflicting narratives. Jaimini Sutras… “On the other hand”. The “You figure it out” approach. Wisdom of the Seers: How to properly toss a thought salad:
When the legal system ceases to be about justice but rather becomes about winning then we know as is the case now that the great time of transition is at hand…injustice will end. These days, “ Court cases are won or lost in the jury selection”
If the supreme court is so often divided what does that say about the lower courts and the one judge you happen to get.
At some point a person must decide who and what it is they choose to be as a person as a human being and if and when that moment comes their life will be transformed and if not it could likely be a life squandered
And if and when that time comes the rest of their life will indeed be a struggle to live up to their aspirations. a failure is only a failure for those who do not stand up and strive again
Force Feeding Narratives
it is not about what you can justify with the intellect. it is not even about what you might feel. People become convinced and feel all sorts of crazy things. Wisdom comes from deeper within.
People may feel that Veda is just another ancient religion like natives in Africa or Tahiti or whatever. But with deep study it is seen as the nature of nature itself. Heart, soul, and science as one.
everything cycles. we are coming back to nature… natural law.
The world is in a state of monumental confusion. such confusion cannot last long nature will recoil back into balance
when all the pieces of the puzzle come together… things will then make sense… common sense.
Do you know wisdom when you hear it? Many people love wise quotes, but few live it.
Lincoln you can fool for some of the people all the time all the people some of the time but can’t fool all the people all the time.
Test of time: Fads vs traditions and the smell test
Most people are just not interested enough to pay sufficient attention but prefer rather to blindly go with the flow whatever current they’ve been caught up in.
Is that what it means for a person to sell their soul?
Particularly in this age of internet and cable, ideas fling out and around like popcorn popping.
This age of popcorn narratives necessitates people learning to think deeply.
What does it mean to really think something through and how rare a thing that is.
“It’s just too ridiculous’ is a perspective not held often enough.
Innocence means untainted response
Naivety means oblivion
Grassroots wisdom is real but too often silent.
Impulsive conclusions: for example, guilty for proven innocent
Voice recognition inspires a new mode of efficient communication
Working title: thought salad properly tossed
Not force-feeding thoughts but rather looking beyond indoctrination to the truth the dwells within.
Natural law is in one sense not a law but simply the nature of life untainted pure unbiased
EMP and the power grid
Electromagnetic pulse attack
EXO atmospheric detonation
Trump administration tried to protect the grid
Cars would not start airplanes fall out of the sky they would be few hardened sites
Could lose 90% of the population at least 10 years to recover
Dr. Peter pry
Department of homeland security
States can protect their own grids if they choose to
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Thank you for producing these podcasts each week. I look forward to them every Sunday. I find them to be a source of hope and positivity in these trying times. The knowledge and wisdom contained in them help me recenter and not get caught up in whatever the next thing is that happens to be playing out. I feel like the overarching message is to always have a steady had on the rudder and not get caught up in the weeds. I really like the analogy from this most recent podcast of trying to fill the bath with an unstopped drain being similar to meditating while adhering to either one of the political ideologies. The irony is that the way to free oneself from conditioning is proper meditation. There must be some point at which the stopper falls into place and the bathtub starts to fill. I wonder if that moment is at all perceivable, or if it’s so subtle it goes unnoticed. The division bell is tolling, and these podcasts really help remind us that there is much more common ground then what is being portrayed. That the vast majority all want the same things, and we all just need to relax, respect on another and work together. Thank you again for all that you do.
Being rather rigid on proper spelling and having experienced the voice recognition of the podcasts before, I was dismayed should a newcomer read when the Vedic words were so badly translated. However, I really do like what you have done here with your notes for our own reflection. Kudos for venturing to pick up with a blog again!