Inner Reality And Outer Reality
May 9, 2012
what are some differences
from an indigenous population frame of reality and a non- indigenous population frame of reality.
On an individual basis.
Here is one difference.
The non indigenous trained world view will lean toward seeing outer changes
As heavily related to overall change.
The indigenous trained world view will tend to change, tend to be capable of changing their inner reality, without regard or as much reference to the outer reality.
The non indigenous might see this as not real change-
But that is only because their inner reality is more married to outer circumstances.
Thus, no real change outside, just within only without corresponding to outer change.
In indigenous cultures, the inner realities are much less linked to, much less dictated by
the outer realities.
The first secret is that there may be a greater inner capacity, or setup for change
In the way the indigenous have put themselves together,
Granting that there are significant other challenges that must be faced by many indigenous people.
Yet the secret here is , of course, that when any reality anywhere changes, it influences not only the immediate environment, but reality as a whole.
So, here we are actually changing outer, influencing the whole of outer reality by making change our own, even if it doesn’t have much of a workable fit into overall reality at large at this yime.
In this way, each one’s courage and inner change contributes to dynamic changing of the overall reality,
So that becomes a benefit for everybody.
To the flow, and our getting to know it,
hilarion’s note: at the end of the message just now St. Germaine in a very nice way,
lifted a glass, and said- though I did not get it clear- “champagne wishes and something something-
you know – that phrase roin leach use to say on lifestyles of the rich and famous.
Who knows it?
But I do get it now- in closing he was offering a toast to those who read, listen, or care,
Like- keep your heads up-
hey – did my best-