What’s the lesson? What’s this trying to teach me? I mean, I’m trying to to wrap my head around a lot of this even now.
Sigh. It’s the classic best-of-times, worst-of-times scenario. Getting canned from a place where I was miserable might have been better for them than me? Maybe? The verdict is still out on this one. (*Note, I have to tread very carefully with this topic. Certain folk might still be creepin on my socials and here.)
Spiritually, it’s all about the silver lining. What’s the lesson? What’s this trying to teach me? I mean, I’m trying to to wrap my head around a lot of this even now. I’ve done a lot of processing, or at least I’d like to think I have.
Here’s my question: Who’s teaching this class, anyway?
The very spiritually correct answer is the Universe/Source/God. I’m not trying to force any of this concept on anyone. Take from it what you will. I’m no Eckhart Tolle and my connection with the Divine might not be quite as strong these days? Sorry. That escalated quickly. (*Much like I occasionally poke at Matt Mercer, I seriously doubt Eckhart or his people read my blog.)
If we’re the creator and the creation at the same time, why do we make things hard for ourselves? This question has been relevant for centuries, maybe longer. Sadly, I don’t even have it that bad! Basic human needs met in this 3D lifetime? Check. Anything beyond that? Still working on it.
If you want to stretch the bounds of spirituality a bit, it’s actually me teaching me or my higher self teaching me. And then so on and so forth up the multidimensional food chain all the way to Source. That’s kind of a trippy concept. What? I can’t give myself the proverbial Cliffsnotes?
Karmically, how many times does one have to go through the wringer before we move on?
I seem to remember someone saying situations would be repeated until a specific lesson is learned. Now, clothes used to go through the wringer a few times to help them dry, but there came a point where it wasn’t doing any good. So I have to ask, if I continue to flunk the same lesson, do I still get to, uh, “graduate?” Is “graduation” day when we die or the next proverbial day when we get to go answer for everything? The deeper one reaches, the more questions come up to be answered.
My dear old Dad used to say, “It never gets any easier, does it?” The older I get, the more I really understand the question. Not sure I have any more answers than I did when I was 17, but at least I get the question from multiple angles.
Every answer leads to more questions. Some questions are more of a struggle to figure out than others. Sometimes we struggle like crazy just to come full circle to the simplest answer possible. We overlook simple answers due to their lack of complexity. As my good friend Jake once said, “If it was simple, we wouldn’t be here.”
People say I spend too much time in my head and I overthink things. Yeah. I probably do. Then again, I believe anything worth doing is worth the effort. The details are important. If I’m worried and giving something a lot of thought, it’s a sign that I care.
One of my favorite teachers often reminds us that we’re already there.
Anna Brown, who claims to not be a spiritual teacher, but quite often speaks the truth about all things spiritual, really gets it in my opinion. You are already that which you are seeking. There are no answers to search for because you already possess the knowledge. Basically, stop trying to dig philosophically so much because you can just live.
Only, I’m stick-stone-stubborn as hell. I refuse to give up. I refuse to stop beating my head on the metaphysical wall. What the heck am I doing here if not to figure out what I’m supposed to be doing here? I love chasing my tail!
Back to the metaphysical drawing board this month.
I started watching a skeptic named Andey Fellowes on YouTube recently. Please don’t think I’m abandoning my views on spirituality or any of my beliefs. However, some of what Andey has to say does ring a bell. He gets very honest and critical about certain popular spiritual and Law of Attraction teachers and what they’re saying. Honestly, I’ve had some of the same experiences. He’s right about a good number of things.
I’m still kind of a “New Age” guy, though. I’m not changing everything about myself to become an atheist or a former “New Ager” as they are called. I don’t troll Andey, either. In fact, if love and light is your jam, there’s no point in trolling anyone, ever. Especially not someone who is speaking out against your long-held beliefs.
All of that having been said, I’m going back to my spiritual roots through the end of June. I am thoroughly examining what my goals in life are. I’m going to ask myself what I intend to manifest. I’m going to give a lot of mental effort over to changing beliefs that aren’t working for me. My overall goal is to hone the habits that will get me to a better place in life yet. It’s time to get off the struggle bus and find some joy again.
Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you. Have a wonderful day wherever you are and whatever you’re doing.
Some would say I’m looking for work in all the wrong places and I should just stick to what I know. Those people are called WRONG! I gotta be me.
This is an age old dilemma that I never imagined facing at 49.
When I was much younger, it went like this: You can’t get a job without experience, but no one will hire you to get experience. If you didn’t know someone/have family in a specific trade or company- sorry, not happening. Back then it was pretty much who you know or who you could, um… well ya know. If you didn’t have connections it was either fast food, groceries, cleaning toilets, or good old fashioned manual labor somewhere else. The old broken paradigm of you can’t get a job unless you have a job to get a job just needs to go away. I thought it was nonsense then, and I think it’s nonsense now.
I mean, for cryin out loud. I have a family to feed nowadays. I’m not getting any younger, my back is shot to pieces, and I’m in pain more days than not. Here’s the kicker- I still don’t know anyone (quite literally) and my job experiences over the last 30+ years still add up to diddly and squat in terms of the type of work I want to be doing. I’m too poor to take on an internship and too broken to work in any number of “industries” I used to work in. I’m not trying to complain, it’s just the honest truth.
So, what am I going to do?
Here’s my brilliant plan so far and we’ll see how it pans out: This week, I’m working on building a portfolio or at least creating some writing samples. For those who don’t know, it’s like a demo recording for writers. I have my blog here as well, but some of my better stuff had to be taken down for, um… uh… reasons and stuff. <cough> that I can’t go into here <cough> because my blog and my social media might be getting monitored by certain slimy characters.
The second step in my plan is to take a few online courses to brush up on a few things. I’m 20+ years out of college, and wouldn’t ya know? The internet has changed some. Go figure. I have free time and access to free classes. May as well, right?
The magical third step is to maybe do some free work as demo material to potential employers. I have a few friends I’m thinking about asking if I can go in and maybe do some work for them. I mean, what up-and-coming YouTuber, social media or maybe even game designer doesn’t want free publicity?
It used to be if you didn’t hand out ten business cards per day, you might as well hang it up. The world wide web kinda made business cards obsolete in some ways. I’m not sure what the modern equivalent is, but I’m working on figuring it out.
Writing is pretty much my dream job. It’s never too late to start anything. You’re never too old. I’m determined not to go back to the 9-5 grind. (If that’s your thing, cool. Just not mine.) Unless Dr Steven Greer, Añjali, or one of my friends in the paranormal field call me up and ask me to go help with a project somewhere, this is what I’m working with. (Btw, offer always stands…)
Coming up, more on UFOlogy, some spiritual lessons I learned recently, and a few personal things I maybe want to get off my chest. (Hey, it’s still my blog.) Til next time, stay safe and have a lovely week.
Publius. (Yeah, I know.) Nobody says that any more. BUT I DO! Bwahahaha ha!
No, really. That was all I had. Have a great week.
There are no ulterior motives showing. Family, friends- Añjali is in this for the human race. This is it. This is what we’ve been doing with CE-5. This is what our spirit guides, angels, and especially our star family has been pushing us to remember. This is the big wake up call.
Dear #UFOTwitter : Please, stop looking for ways to divide the community!
Time for just a little backstory. About a week ago, this very lovely lady, a lightworker named Añjali (Angelina Lynn Schultz) gave a press conference at the Lincoln Memorial regarding extraterrestrial contact. She knocked it out of the park!
No joke, it’s like she was reading from a book I haven’t written yet. My entire journey over the last five or six years in Ufology and spirituality just materialized right there during her speech.
The beings exist. They’re ready to begin making contact. Everything we learned from Dr Steven Greer, Kryon, Lorie Ladd, Daniel Scranton, Ra, and so many, many others is true. It’s all finally happening. I think the thing I’m most impressed with is the fact that someone else gets it! This truly, truly amazing lady just put it all out there in the span of an hour and fifteen minutes, AND is putting together a team to make further contact with these beings. They are planning an expedition down the same tunnel that Añjali’s contact, Wayne, has dug at his home. A full team, with as much scientific gear as they can carry to make contact!
No lie, I’d run down that tunnel with open arms. Science be damned. Equipment be damned. Take me home! I believe you Anjali. I believe you and them. I’ve been waiting for this day my whole life. Now, there’s a few caveats to all of this I want to point out.
I’m not crazy. Añjali isn’t crazy. This is real. It might seem incredulous to skeptical, jaded minds that maybe, just maybe we’re finally on the verge of contact and it didn’t come from the government, the scientific community or some well-known journalist.
This isn’t a cult. We know there are people in Ufology who are determined to have followers who believe them and only them. There’s usually a large bankroll to be had from cultivating followers. This lady has not asked for anyone to blindly follow her. She has not asked for a single penny. She has even acknowledged that many will not believe her or follow her out of fear. (Fear of being openly mocked or scorned.) I’m on my own path. If I sensed there was cult behavior going on, I’d ditch. I truly do not believe this is shady, deceitful, serving an ego, dogmatic, or any other signs of cult behavior.
This isn’t for profit. Añjali stated several times that she is not looking to make any money on this deal. The expedition she is planning will be privately funded by a few hand-picked, possibly undisclosed sources. (I know who I’d ask if I were her, but we’ll see what happens.) She’s even putting electronic copies of her book out for free. She’s not hosting live events or charging $1,000 per plate to sit next to her at a charity dinner. True and honest altruism. It brings a tear to my eye. FINALLY someone who isn’t looking to profit.
This is MY blog and MY opinion only. I speak for myself on here. Sorry if I offend. It’s my truth. I think Añjali is telling the truth. Nuts-and-bolts hard science be damned. Feel free to disagree.
I’m not trying to make a dime here. To my wife’s inevitable chagrin, I would drop everything and go work for Dr Greer tomorrow if asked, especially remotely. I would never, on my honor ask Añjali for a job. She’s doing this out of the kindness in her heart and for humanity’s awakening. Yes, I’m looking for work. Yes, I will help Añjali if she were to ask, but I’m not looking to profit from this or join the expedition.
We’ve ruled out egoand profit. What’sleft?
That’s just it. There are no ulterior motives showing. Family, friends- Añjali is in this for the human race. This is it. This is what we’ve been doing with CE-5. This is what our spirit guides, angels, and especially our star family has been pushing us to remember. This is the big wake up call.
Seriously, short of ETs landing all over the White House lawn, or Lue Elizondo unzipping his mask on live TV revealing his true form, I don’t know what else we want. (Kidding about Lue! Please don’t shoot me!) But all kidding aside, Disclosure, real honest Disclosure is at our doorstep. For crying out loud, can we please just act as ambassadors of peace and prosperity and get this one right?
Why the uproar?
First of all, it goes against the most recently established mainstream agenda. Certain people (Sorry, Lue) have been touting the threat narrative. In other words, they’re telling the press that there are a bunch of unknown scary things in the sky that we absolutely can’t trust and must be afraid of.
The heck with that. The heck with living in fear. It’s pointless. Let’s be positive for once. Maybe the ETs don’t want to see us nuke each other into oblivion.
Second, it’s driving a massive wedge between the nuts-and-bolts ufologists and the spiritual community. (Call me “New Age” or “Woo-woo” one mo’ ‘gain! girrr…) It’s driving a wedge between those purveying the threat narrative and those of us who truly believe in peaceful, benevolent beings. Whose agenda would it serve to divide and subdivide the UFO community over and over? Do you think maybe the same folks who have been wanting to bury our public heads in the sand might be concerned that almost a century of lies, greed, and destruction might be on the verge of collapsing around them? I certainly do.
Third, peoples’ entire view of reality is going to come crashing down around them. Añjali acknowledged that there are those who simply do not or will not believe that contact with these beings is possible, that we’re not alone in the Universe, and that everything we’ve been spoon fed by the media over the last 70+ years is absolute nonsense. (The last part is more me than her, but still…) I fully expect corporate big-wigs and clergy alike to pretty much lose their minds when this story breaks. Prepare for the people who have the most to lose to be jumping out of windows.
Last, I think #ufotwitter has a lot of egos floating around in it. Some can’t handle that Añjali has come forward on her own accord to tell this story, and it doesn’t their narrative or anyone else’s. Some are not coming to grips that they didn’t get to break what will eventually turn into the story of the millennium. Still some are skeptical that she is telling the truth or that such beings even exist.
Why try to discredit Añjali?
The short answer is: DON’T! The longer answer is that several people have tried and pretty much failed already. It’s just not worth it. They’ve accused her of being ashamed of her wheelchair. She’s not, and if people were listening, it was covered for a reason. Namely black leather gets hot in the sun. Personally, I don’t see the chair because I see her and the message. Screw the chair. I’d pack her down the tunnel on my back if I had to.
Some have said she’s starting a cult or looking to make a profit. Well, if you were really listening, she straight up said she wasn’t. Why would she sit there in a press conference and lie to us like that? There is literally nothing to gain because she knows several people would call her out.
Some have gotten on Añjali about being “woke.” Which honestly makes me gag. I’m awakened, not “woke.” I use “extraterrestrial, being, or interdimensional” instead of “alien.” I believe every single word of the spiritual nature of these beings. People are going after this woman for the most ridiculous things imaginable. She doesn’t deserve this kind of grief. She’s coming forward with HER story.
Why is Añjali different from any other experiencer?
Wait. I know this one. She didn’t get “abducted” and “probed.” In fact, she said he laid down on a table and had a true out-of-body experience. She said she dropped a few choice expletives when she returned to her physical body. She was in a place we ALL want to go to and will return to some day. News flash- other ET experiencers have said the exact same thing. Honestly, it reminded me a lot of Dr Greer’s experience report. I also know stories from others who have had amazing, beautiful experiences with various beings. It’s not scary torture like the movies might have you believe.
Añjali has even said she underwent hypno-regression to make sure she understood what had happened clearly. So, #ufotwitter , we gonna go after Dolores Cannon now, too? How many people have to stand up and say, “This is what happened. It was peaceful, benevolent and beautiful?” How many will have to come forward before we finally admit that it must be true?
Añjaliis not hiding anything.
She has even asked people to contact her on Twitter and LinkedIn. If someone were really trying to pull a fast one, would she really invite people to ask questions? Would she really respond to people on Twitter? (even the rude ones.) I dare say most folks would not put up with the scrutiny, the doxxing attempts, or the harsh trolling. She deserves a medal for just the crap since August 17th.
I know I’m taking a risk calling out some skeptics on this matter. A couple of people I really admire and appreciate have already tried to call Añjali out. Some of us in the ufology and spiritual communities alike have gotten burned by false prophets. This is different!
I apologize now if I’ve offended anyone. Even if you unfollow, dislike or even hate me after this, please know, there was never any malicious intent on my behalf. I promise I will still respect and appreciate you tomorrow no matter what is said, no matter how much we might disagree or what else goes down. When we say “Love and Light,” we really mean it and I will uphold my promise. We need to stand together!
Please look into what I’m saying. She’s @AnjaliOnGaia on Twitter and www.linkedin.com/in/angeliaschultz/ on LinkedIn. I will happily delete this information if Añjali asks me to. The same goes for anything in this article.
Añjali is leading the charge, almost literally down the tunnel that some of us would give damn near anything to experience. I’m not looking to join the team or score brownie points with Añjali. I’m saying everything I’ve said in this article because I truly believe in my heart of hearts that she’s telling the truth and that these beings are 100% real.
I’m eager for this expedition to get underway so more people can see the truth. Please, until then, be kind, Be gentle with one another. And please be nice to Añjali, not necessarily because of what she says or what she’s doing, but because it’s the decent, human thing to do!
I feel very strongly that lifting the collective consciousness is a not-for-profit industry.
I recently had a discussion with a friend of mine over the topic of crowdfunding. It’s really got me thinking about how and what to do with it. Okay, a little Law of Attraction talk for a minute- I love prosperity! I love money! I am overflowing with the infinite abundance of God’s wealth! I AM a money magnet! Ah, there. Got that all off my chest. If Jake Ducey ever reads this, I hope I made him proud by stealing some of his quotes.
But that is kind of true. I love money. I would love to have more. Do you know all the cool happy fun things money can do? Feed the homeless. Plant trees. Buy gifts for orphans. Help my children to pursue their dreams. But here’s the kicker- Do you really need ME for that? I mean, if you’ve got money to give away, you can easily do that and more.
I’m into LoA to get rich, yes. Among so many other things that would make me smile. And this is not an article where I plan to do any debunking of LoA, although that day may well come. Raise your vibration super high. Super cool things come to you. Pleasant, positive things find their way into my field when I’m in the flow state. No doubt.
You’re probably wondering where all this is going by now. Truthfully, I hope I never make any money from you unless I’m doing something to earn it. I’m not on my spiritual path to make a quick buck. Truthfully, I cringe every time I really enjoy listening to someone’s content on Instagram or YouTube, but then they have to drop the sales pitch for their course, meditation, cult-like Patreon community, or whatever. I mean, yay for them.
Here’s the thing- I’m not here to say “Money is bad.” Quite the opposite. I love money. If you make money selling a book, course, meditations, reiki, or whatever you’re doing, that’s great. If you’re an award winning success coach, life mentor or spiritual guru, that’s great. Good for you. It’s not a competition. I’m not in it to win it from you. I’ll celebrate your success. Cool.
Not me. I’m not on the spiritual path toward more money. When I “awoke” and saw what’s really going on out there in the world, I started asking, “What the actual f*ck is wrong with some of these people?” And I truthfully have two or three WTAF moments every day. And I don’t just mean people sponging money off of the New Age spiritual crowd. I mean, in general. Sometimes it seems like the closer one is to the top of the elite 1% that control so much and have so much wealth, the more likely something is seriously wrong with them. Things I don’t even want to think about, ever. Yeesh.
So, I’m not here to get rich off of spiritual folk. I’m not here to try to get rich off of the UFO crowd, or ET experiencers. I don’t want to make a dime talking about mental health, spiritual beliefs, or anything of the sort. (If my wife reads this, she’s probably cringing right now…)
I could be homeless and living under a bridge for that. The Universe will always provide. Believe and you will receive. Right? Let’s hope so. But I feel very strongly that lifting the collective consciousness is a not-for-profit industry.
More to come on this. It’s a topic I feel very strongly about. I’ve seen so many people doing it the way I have sworn not to do it. But, seriously, why? Are you about love and light or credit and debit?