Well-Being and the Old System
By Kenneth James Michael MacLean
The co-creative potential of 7 billion human beings is powerful enough to create a new reality in a very short time. The function of mass media is to keep alive the memes that perpetuate the old system. Essentially, mass media influences the minds of the people to continue to create the old reality. It's almost funny to think that "reality" has no substance at all, other than the substance we collectively co-create. In other words, our civilization is literally maintained, minute-by-minute, from the co-creative power of our own thoughts, beliefs, and intentions, in partnership with the laws of the universe. Any system can only be maintained as long as the people believe in it! This is the most unbelievable aspect of the lives we lead. If you want to keep a system in place, just make sure the people in it continue to create it in their minds, 24/7.
But once the thought templates of a population change, physical reality will begin to change.
John Dee, Elizabeth I's astrologer and court adviser, was one of the most knowledgeable persons in England, and gained the reputation as a magician or sorcerer. His pronouncements and advice were taken almost as inevitable—the people in power at that time co-created a reality brought forth by a very influential person. Throughout history con men, charlatans, wise men, and propagandists have used the co-creative power of consciousness to convince people that certain things are true, or inevitable.
The trick is simply to change peoples' minds about the course of events, and then let the people create the wanted scenarios. It's a quantum phenomenon. The observer affects the conditions of the experiment. Consciousness chooses, from a set of potential outcomes, the one that will be manifested. The trick is to convince people that [place YOUR agenda here] is inevitable, or destined to occur. This is how the powers that be keep the old system in place—by convincing US of the inevitability of their agenda. We create it! The power lies within us, not them. This phenomenon occurs on an individual level and on a collective level. Life is basically a confidence game, and it's also a game of confidence. If you are confident in your spiritual nature, you don't fall for the lies and the fear.
Now that 7 billion conscious beings exist on the planet, the potential for change is overwhelming. The potential to continue to create the old system is also overwhelming! Whatever humanity decides, en masse, will manifest. It's as simple as that. Never before have we been so powerful, and never before have we been so duped and brainwashed. But the fact is that WE have the power!
The point I want to make is that it is irrational to feel or expect anything other than well-being! Why? Because you then begin to resonate to non-optimum outcomes, and bring them into your life. Well-being is the source of everything in the universe; it is the source of all dimensions, all universes, in the all-that-is. So a feeling of well-being is literally the deepest and ultimate connection to the origin of everything. It's what life is all about, it's why we strive for anything. It's behind every possibility, every outcome, every achievement, every goal in life. It is the creative principle behind all life and all things.
It's why we can be convinced to change our minds. We all want well-being. Con men (and mass media) will try to use fear in an attempt to convince us to avoid one path and take another, with the intention that THIS path will be better and THAT path will lead to ruin, with the intention that the fear of the path of NOT[well-being] will be enough to get us to create the desired path. This is the service-to-self agenda.
The fact is that knowledgeable people have known about the co-creative power of human consciousness for millennia. Far from being a modern phenomenon, the "Law of Attraction" has been used by human beings for millennia to get other human beings to co-create desired scenarios!
On an individual level, every one of us has an infallible guide – a rudder that steers our personal ship of life, either into rough waters or sunny seas. It's called the emotional guidance system, and it's based on well-being. A bad feeling means we're on the wrong track; a good feeling means we're on the right track.
"But isn't a bad feeling itself a welcome sign that we need to change?" you might ask. In my experience, bad feelings can safely be ignored, because they contain negative thoughts or intentions that when accessed, just make you feel crummy. And when you act while feeling crummy, bad outcomes usually result. You're more intelligent and alive when you act from well-being inspiration! In other words, the goal in life is to use the co-creative power of your consciousness by going into action when you feel inspired.
Here's an example. You are driving down the street and you suddenly feel that something horrible is about to happen. You feel that a crash is inevitable, so you panic and steer your car into the lane to your left. Suddenly a guy runs a red light and runs right into you! Here's the alternate scenario: you're driving down the street and you feel a sudden impulse that something horrible is going to happen. But you ignore that for a millisecond and focus on well-being. You suddenly realize you are safe but that the guy next to you is in potential danger. Acting from inspiration, you signal to him to move over and slow down to give him room. Because you are motivated by well-being, which is the connecting link to all life everywhere, that guy doesn't give you the finger, but smiles and moves in front of you. When Thorpe runs the red light and swerves briefly into the other lane, no one is there and he races away, unharmed, and no one gets hurt.
Are these the ravings of a lunatic? Only if you believe in bad outcomes, only if you believe human beings are hamburger and that the universe is a cold, uncaring place that is biased against life (science says that life, and the universe, occurred completely randomly, that the earth is the only planet in the universe with intelligent life, and that the universe operates uncaringly and statistically). But of course, this is the viewpoint and modus operandi of a psychopath (and that should tell you something about orthodox "science"). The product of a psychopath is death and bad outcomes. The human race has convinced itself to collectively think like a crazy person.
You can always act from inspiration if you are focused on well-being. You can safely ignore crummy feelings and the thoughts connected to them. Well-being will always guide you to the best solution! When I realized this I understood something very, very important! Irrational behavior always comes from going off the track of well-being. Negative feelings originate from a place of non-well-being. Therefore, a departure from well-being is irrational. Well-being is a 100% accurate guide to a great life.
"Well great," you say. "How the hell do I always resonate to well-being?"
Well, I have been going through a dark period. Every time I feel rotten I stop, and think about well-being for a minute or two. Inevitably, I will feel a release. I feel lighter. If I concentrate on well-being long enough, I begin to feel inspired. Well-being is stronger than any negative emotion, so it will always win, IF you simply focus on it long enough. At first I was skeptical. "Crummy feelings are telling you something! Don't ignore them!" But when I dived into these negative emotions I always found negative thought forms, negative intentions, and began to resonate to them. Every time. Of course! Negative thoughts attract negative feelings and then you get a snowball effect. You get a ball of crap that has nothing useful in it! The product of negative feelings is a crummy life, and crummy manifestations.
It took me 64 years of living to finally get this: there's no value whatsoever in negative feelings. They surround negative thoughts, and the whole thing resonates to bad outcomes. I realized that I can always act from a feeling of inspiration and well being. Just think how your life would go if you always acted from inspiration!
"But I rarely feel inspired," you say. I understand that. I've been there. But during this dark period I have been able to extricate myself every time from those bad feelings by simply resonating to well-being. And it's getting easier. Human consciousness is rising toward a new level. The Light is gradually becoming stronger and stronger, and it's becoming easier to sublimate bad feelings with good feelings.
I've been waking up in the middle of the night with my heart pounding, and getting mild panic attacks. It's totally weird because there's nothing in my life that would cause this. My first instinct is always to ask, "Why is this happening?" and dive into it. But when I do that it just gets worse because I look into the jumble of negative thoughts that are at the core of these crummy feelings (emotions always contain the thoughts that attract them in the first place) and try to think my way out of it. But that never works. It's hopeless, really.
The solution is to get into my heart chakra and concentrate on well-being, ignoring all of those thoughts, and the jumble of crappy emotions that is making me feel rotten. (You see, I just couldn't get over the idea that there is something VALUABLE in those crummy emotions and irrational thoughts. "But they're trying to TELL me something!" my mind will always say. But the only thing they tell me is that I suck, life sucks, and that's the way it is.)
The universe exists within a field of well-being. I was reading a novel the other day, where a woman smiled at a man and he thought: "It's like the sun just came out and I'm basking in its rays." I thought, "Wait a minute. A smile is just a mouth moving up and some eyebrows moving up and a change in facial features." No, it isn't. A big smile is actually triggering that field of well-being. It's enabling it, activating it, so that it sends well-being outward to everyone around the person. I've been practicing this now for 3 weeks, activating the field of well-being. It's a neat little trick.
There's an old saying that the person who can concentrate on one thought only for three minutes can move the world. I've found that to be true. After about 3 minutes (or sooner) of being in my heart chakra and feeling well-being as much as I can, I begin to feel better. If I keep it up I can literally dissolve all those negative emotions, and the thoughts behind them dissolve as well. They dissolve because they were never important. The Light went in there, looked around, and found nothing useful, so the whole mess just disappeared. Something I thought was so monumental turns out to be totally irrelevant. Negative emotion, which seems so powerful when you're in it, isn't important at all. It's never important! Nothing you're feeling or thinking when you feel crummy has any significance whatsoever. It just melts away in the cocoon of well-being. All that crap turns out to be a phantom, a ghost, and it isn't relevant to your life.
I want to leave you with the words of Edgar Mitchell, Apollo astronaut, who walked on the moon...
From the Spiritual Wisdom Newsletter by Ken MacLean. Ken is freelance writer and researcher who lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Since childhood, Ken has been thinking about the Big Picture and how to increase spiritual understanding in the world. His book, The Vibrational Universe, is a detailed and practical explanation of consciousness, the five universal principles, and how to use them in daily life. Underlying science, metaphysics, politics, and human relationships is the vibrational universe concept.
It turns out that the universe has been designed to directly interface with your thoughts and your intent. If you are unaware of this user interface, however, you are like a person who tries to use a complicated computer program without having any idea how the menus work! The Vibrational Universe describes the universe's simple but powerful interface in clear, easy to understand language and with plenty of examples from real life.
Understanding this concept enormously simplifies the complexities of life, and explains the sometimes mysterious workings of human relationships. It also explains phenomena like karma, coincidence, and ESP. The Vibrational Universe clarifies the relationship between thought, consciousness, and the "real world."
Here are three free ebooks from Ken MacLean, for you to download...
- The Story of Interview with Spirit by Kenneth J. M. MacLean and Neil Longley
Neil interviews Ken, who channels his spirit guides. What emerges is based around the fundamental truth that a human being is an immortal spirit temporarily associated with a physical body. When you really understand this, it brings a feeling of certainty, personal power, and confidence. This interview literally brings that truth alive!
- The Basics of Manifestation by Kenneth J. M. MacLean
How do you get what you want? It's so easy to think and dream, but how do you translate those dreams to reality? Why do some people get what they want easily, and others have such a hard time? Here, at last, is an explanation of manifestation that makes sense, that you really can apply to transform your life.
- The Law of Attraction Explained by Kenneth J. M. MacLean
The Law of Attraction states that 'like attracts like.' But what does this mean and how does it apply to situations in life? The Law is your obedient servant and always matches you up with your true vibration. Your work is to align your thoughts with your desires. When this happens, you will notice an inner excitement, and a desire to get into action. Those actions will be lined up with the goal, and will proceed along the path of least resistance. Manifestation must inevitably follow.
"Instead of an intellectual search, there was suddenly a very deep gut feeling that something was different. It occurred when looking at Earth and seeing this blue-and-white planet floating there, and knowing it was orbiting the Sun, seeing that Sun, seeing it set in the background of the very deep black and velvety cosmos, seeing – rather, knowing for sure – that there was a purposefulness of flow, of energy, of time, of space in the cosmos – that it was beyond man's rational ability to understand, that suddenly there was a non-rational way of understanding that had been beyond my previous experience.
"There seems to be more to the universe than random, chaotic, purposeless movement of a collection of molecular particles.
"On the return trip home, gazing through 240,000 miles of space toward the stars and the planet from which I had come, I suddenly experienced the universe as intelligent, loving, harmonious." — Edgar Mitchell