Worth another airing

I wrote the post below about 2 years ago or so, and it seems even more applicable today, where it seems that the human race is so unconscious in thought and so plugged into the collective mind that we are no longer curious at all. We blindly accept anything and everything without question.

“Fish Don’t Know They’re In Water”

I was listening to a James Altucher podcast and his guest used a great quote ‘fish don’t know they’re in water’. They are surrounded by it and therefore they don’t see it.

The monoculture that has seemingly and happily been adopted by the human race en masse in the global village that our world has become, has led most to not see the ‘water’ they are in.

This is the danger of not being curious, not questioning, accepting and complying with the one voice, the one picture, you become blind to the real world.

This creates a distorted society where some humans matter and some don’t.

Jump out the water, maybe you’re not a fish.

Connecting with nature

When we connect with nature, whether that is plants or animals, whatever, we become conscious and we become awake.

It allows us to transcend the thinking mind, to step away from the time-bound dimension of ‘normal’ life and free ourselves to be at one with all that is. To simply appreciate the beauty of nature, the still, peaceful, and conscious.

Animals and plants can be great spiritual teachers, they can teach us about just being and about stillness. They do not form judgements of themselves or others, they know only the time as ‘now’, as that is all there ever is and ever will be.

When we learn and connect with nature, we are at peace, we feel inner joy, we allow ourselves to just be.

The shape of coral in the sea, the veins on a leaf, the network of rivers, the branches on a tree are the same design as a human lung. That tells you how we are all one, all connected and in our mind-controlled unconscious state we disconnect from that and we suffer accordingly.