Only one certainty

No matter how old and experienced we are, what we know amounts to very little. Very little verging on insignificance.

In contrast, existence around us and within us is vast and unknown. And all we usually manage to grasp from it are tiny bits, unrelated and confusing.

pearls-of-wisdom-i-jai-johnson1Only one thing can be regarded as certain, or at least worth believing in: that infinite consciousness and love permeate all there is.

Let’s call this the Source. The Source is the only certainty, the only belief worth having.

The rest, all the rest, is uncertain.

Every form of “knowledge”, including mainstream science and alternative knowledge, consists in fragmented theories, weak assumptions, and tentative practices.

Humanity’s spectacular failure to build a society in harmony with itself and the rest of nature shows that its “advanced knowledge” doesn’t come up to scratch when dealing with reality.

This should come as no surprise; the human intellect is limited and works one step at the time, whereas reality is vast, subtle and continuous. How could we ever grasp reality with our intellect alone.

But our mind can operate in another mode: intuition.

In its ultimate form, intuition is connection to Source.

Between Source and us a multiple reality unfolds, much of it invisible and not directly accessible to our five senses. What we see in the visible world are manifestations of goings on in deeper realms. We may speculate on them through metaphysics, but in the end nothing is sure for the intellect.

However, if we leave the intellect aside and open up our intuitive channel, we can receive guidance from Source. For this to work out, we have to be prepared to trust Source rather than our reasoning capacity and the knowledge acquired from others.

Receiving and accepting guidance from Source is diametrically opposed to the materialist vision. It is difficult to explain, let alone justify with ordinary language.

Exchanging with others on guidance received from Source involves a form of communication not based on linear, step by step reasoning. It requires both emitter and receiver to have full confidence in their intuitive antennas.

When intuition is allowed to develop and flourish, the dogmatic charades of today’s mainstream culture are exposed as instruments of engineered delusion.

This doesn’t mean that every theory or model of official knowledge is to be dismissed as nonsense. It means that knowledge should be used with prudence and modesty as a set of tools for limited purposes, and not be regarded as absolute dogma to support hubris and an all out assault on nature.

But, as is all too evident, official knowledge is on a pedestal in today’s society, like religion was in the old days. And it is used to carry out a systematic attack on everything natural, be it in agriculture, child birth and rearing, healing, nutrition…etc, etc.

It is also abundantly clear that official knowledge, tied to the materialist vision, is completely incapable of generating coherent solutions to the cocktail of issues facing humankind. In fact it keeps contributing to making the problems worse.

When considering this apparently desperate situation, we do well to remember that we know next to nothing. Any extrapolation into the future isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. Any idea that we are properly informed about our true situation is pure illusion.

Salvation will not come from new technologies and breakthroughs in official science, or from some new political system. It will come, in fact it is already coming through a complete change of paradigm in the minds and hearts, an emergence of intuition, enabling connection with Source.

This, as far as I am concerned, is the only certainty.

Not revealed in some sacred manuscript or recent apparition, but emerged from the depth within, reconciled with years of every day observations and found remarkably consistent with ancient teachings.

Fear not, drink up and connect to Source.

Love,

Leo

Copyright © Leo Foresta 2013

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Russell Brand says it so brilliantly

Do yourself a favour: watch this fantastic video, and enjoy it

and also look at this one, at another, deeper level, with the same incredible humour

Bravo Russell, carry on.

Love,

Leo

Copyright © Leo Foresta 2013

Revolt against banks is starting in Ireland

People in Ireland are finding the courage to resist the corrupt banking system :

And a little treat : splendid rock song about the masters of the world :

Fear not, say no to banksters and others of their kind,

Love,

Leo

Copyright © Leo Foresta 2013

Cause and effect

The consequences of what we take for granted.

This video is just a reminder:

Fear not, align actions with thoughts.

Love,

Leo

Illuminating interview on banking

“… no bank is absolutely safe …….….it is clear that banks have been egregiously mismanaged quite generally over a long time, and the only people who have done well out of them have been their top employees, which has been grotesque, and it is a genuine question whether these institutions as they are currently organised serve the interest of their shareholders…”

Martin Wolf, Chief Economic Editor of the Financial Times (and regular attendant of  Bilderberg meetings) during a BBC interview related to Barclays.

This interview is unusually candid from members of the establishment. If you are still unclear as to what the banking game is all about, listen to it attentively:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23501624

Fear not, sip your tea.

Love,

Leo

Copyright © Leo Foresta 2013

Plastics, plutonium, and other liabilities

Plastics are man made. They did not exist on our planet until a few decades ago.

Today millions of tonnes of plastics are scattered all over: in buildings, fields, woods, rivers, lakes and seas.

In the oceans there are around 50,000 pieces of plastic per square kilometre, killing millions of sea birds and marine mammals. The infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a kind of marine soup whose main ingredient is plastic debris. It is thought to be twice the size of France.

A number of additives contained in plastics are strongly suspected of serious damage to human health.

Experts try to set up schemes for the collection and recycling of plastics, but such schemes only capture a fraction of what is produced worldwide. And each year larger quantities of plastics are churned out by industry.

Plutonium is another horror. Quantities are small in comparison; traces are found in nature and the substance is mostly a by-product of nuclear reactions. It is highly dangerous and very radioactive for millions of years.

Countries heavily involved in nuclear activities, like the US, France, the UK, Japan and Russia, have stockpiles of plutonium. Experts had hoped to transform them into valuable fuel for a new generation of nuclear reactors, but the latter proved problematic on account of safety and economic viability. The material is now regarded as waste and the main idea to deal with stockpiles is to keep them in underground repositories (for durations that far exceed homo sapiens’ presence on the planet so far). While the idea is hotly debated, more plutonium is generated and added to the stocks every year.

Over the last decades a wide range of artificial creations besides plastics and plutonium led to major issues: fertilisers and pesticides, pharmaceuticals, genetically modified organisms, nano particles…etc.

Invariably the new technology seemed to offer tempting advantages, business got behind it backed up by finance and or government, the public was mesmerised, and dissenting voices advocating caution were dismissed as anti progress. In virtually all cases production goes on at a higher level than ever before while experts spend their time and energy in conferences and study groups muted by lobbyists who systematically play delaying tactics.

Faced with such a situation, simply unimaginable less than a hundred years ago, it’s easy to feel utterly powerless and to fall into either despair or silly denial.

No solution to the tight knot of problems is conceivable, let alone realistic, within the framework of materialist thinking.

The global multi-facets crisis forces us to contemplate another vision of existence, to consider the subtle side of reality, to open up our mind and our heart to universal oneness, metaphysics and spirituality.

Fear not, learn to dance with the Invisible Partner.

Love,

Leo

Copyright © Leo Foresta 2013

System’s senior slaves no longer so sure

I saw an interview of one of my former colleagues on a Canadian TV channel.

The old chap – let’s call him Gerald – is head of a major oil company’s Canadian affiliate involved in the exploitation of tar sands.

Having known Gerald pretty well, I wasn’t in the least surprised to see how smoothly he handled this delicate interview focusing on the high ecological impacts and economic stakes of tar sands.

Gerald knows his stuff. He didn’t elude questions and gave straight, clear answers. He was open and smiling without that repulsive cheesy grin of so many corporate folks.

But I wondered what was really going on in his mind when he delivered perfectly the message in line with the system’s logic. In fact I have a pretty good feeling of what it was.

Better than most, Gerald knows what exploitation of tar sands entails: destroying forests the size of several countries to prolong by a mere few years an absurdly wasteful overconsumption of oil, not to mention using and polluting huge quantities of water. Sheer madness,”justified” only by the grab now and f… all mentality of the ruling elite.

Like millions of others in all sectors of the global economy, Gerald has a contract with the system. In his case a very rewarding contract. I’m pretty sure it’s not just the money that attracts him: it is also the challenge of running a complex operation with interesting technical and managerial problems. He’s a highly educated and technically competent individual, a sort of athlete in the corporate world. His ego is large, and perhaps still growing.

But he must wonder how he came to put his skills at the service of a predatory destructive activity with no positive contribution to general harmony.

These days high ranking slaves of the system are facing colossal contradictions that will tear their minds apart. Because we’re nearing climax in the arrogant brutality of human history. Roman centurions were arrogant, so was Attila, and aristocrats, but nowadays there is the layer of supposedly all powerful technology on top of traditional arrogance. So we have a sense of superiority, uniqueness, me first, others don’t matter, nothing matters except me, technology serves me, it’s clever, like me… and at the bottom of it all fear, terror.

I don’t dislike or despise Gerald, on the contrary I have lot of compassion and wish him well.

To the thousands and millions of hard working slaves of the system I dedicate a sincere ho’oponopono : “I love you, I ‘m sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you”.

But this in no way codones or excuses what they do.

Fear not, send kindness to all including arm dealers and pharma salesmen.

Love,

Leo

Copyright © Leo Foresta 2012

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