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Post by Alchemist Thu Nov 24, 2011 5:07 pm

It is better to acknowlege and understand feelings saying, "I feel...." instead of, "I am..."

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Post by Alchemist Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:16 am

The ability to think clean through a subject puts a man apart as one of the victors of life. This power may be developed. Whenever it is taken in hand, resolutely and persistently, one of its hugest products is a giant Will.

But remember, true thinking depends upon, (1} Attention, (2) Knowledge, (3) Memory, (4) Correct Perception of Relations.

The swiftness and value of the process will depend upon the determined attitude brought into it by the soul. According to your Will, so be it unto you. In the last analysis, faith is Will shouting, "I will not let thee go!"

"Power of Will," Frank Channing Haddock

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Post by Alchemist Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:59 pm

Weakness begets strength.
Fear begets courage.

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Post by Alchemist Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:55 pm

I shared this with a friend, I received the most curious look.

Weakness is not strength and courage not fear, I was told.

I explained further, strength could not exist without weakness; and courage, fear.

I was told, the greatest courage knows no fear; weakness is a fault.

I replied, lack of fear is not courage.

How can that be?

Courage is standing inspite of fear, though the fear is great, courage is when we do what is necessary anyway. Strength is not an overpowering force or some school yard bully, but being weak making a stand, drawing from the great well of spirit and overcoming the greatest adversity despite human frailty and weakness. Were it not for weakness and fear, true strength and courage would be unknown.

One of my greatest joys is to see the twinkle in one's eyes upon the comprehension of such a profound truth.

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Post by Alchemist Fri Nov 25, 2011 6:18 pm


Have courage for the great sorrows of life and
patience for the small ones; and when you have
laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to
sleep in peace. ~Victor Hugo


We have to live today by what truth we can get
today and be ready tomorrow to call it
falsehood. ~William James

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Post by Alchemist Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:13 pm

At times our own light goes out and is
rekindled by a spark from another person.
Each of us has cause to think with deep
gratitude of those who have lighted the
flame within us.
- Albert Schweitzer

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Post by openmind Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:49 am

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Post by yoursoulknows Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:21 am

Alchemist wrote:Upon the walls of a shallow person's mind are many thoughts and sayings. Perchance someday he will light a lantern and traverse the depths to examine them.

"In the house of Ignorance there is no mirror in which to view the Soul"
~ Khalil Gibran
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Post by Jewelz Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:13 am

David Wilcock snip / quote - taken from his reply 11-28-11 to Ben Fulford's latest post ----------

I highly encourage you to maintain a positive attitude and not give into fear. One of the cornerstones of my work is that our thoughts are not private — they influence the world around us. That has now been proven in my book The Source Field Investigations beyond any reasonable doubt, with extensive, verifiable scientific evidence.

From this body of data, we can demonstrate that there is a severely disproportionate positive effect upon our world when people think positively as opposed to negatively. That’s why seven thousand people were able to reduce worldwide terrorism by seven percent, simply by meditating as a group.

THIS is actually the real secret. The occult groups have to keep us feeling tired, weary, hopeless and miserable, because otherwise we create changes in the world that dismantle their power structures. It’s all part of a shared, subconscious connection we have to each other that influences our thoughts, decisions and behaviors.


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Post by Alchemist Tue Nov 29, 2011 9:59 am

"THIS is actually the real secret. The occult groups have to keep [from] us..."

One of the stated objectives of the IAG is to safeguard ancient knowledge, and release it at various times when it is most needed and there are those who can benefit from it.

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Post by Alchemist Tue Nov 29, 2011 10:01 am

yoursoulknows wrote:
Alchemist wrote:Upon the walls of a shallow person's mind are many thoughts and sayings. Perchance someday he will light a lantern and traverse the depths to examine them.

"In the house of Ignorance there is no mirror in which to view the Soul"
~ Khalil Gibran

"I see in you, what you see in me."
- Jill Reed

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Post by Alchemist Tue Nov 29, 2011 10:02 am

I am who I am, because you are who you are.
- Ubuntu philosophy

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Post by Alchemist Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:11 am

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www.readyaiminspire.com/Buckminster_Fuller_Leadership_By_Design.html


5. Be A “Trimtab”
Something hit me very hard once, thinking
about what one little man could do. Think of
the Queen Mary - the whole ship goes by and
then comes the rudder. And there's a tiny
thing at the edge of the rudder called a trim
tab. It's a miniature rudder. Just moving the
little trim tab builds a low pressure that
pulls the rudder around. Takes almost no
effort at all. So I said that the little
individual can be a trim tab. Society thinks
it's going right by you, that it's left you
altogether. But if you're doing dynamic
things mentally, the fact is that you can just
put your foot out like that and the whole
big ship of state is going to go. So I said, call
me Trim Tab.
Fuller’s effigy “Call Me Trimtab” is rather
unique. As described above, a trimtab is a
nautical device that acts as a small rudder
used to turn the larger rudder of giant ships,
offering tremendous leverage in terms of
steering and changing the direction of the
ship. Fuller, drawing upon his naval
experience, saw the trimtab as a powerful
metaphor for effective individual leadership:
small and strategically placed interventions
can cause large-scale and profound change.
What makes this metaphor interesting is
that the ship Fuller was referring to could be
the entire planet, or any local system you
are desiring to steer or change direction. To
understand the full dimensions of the
metaphor you need a clear understanding of
the current direction of the “ship”, the flow
of the currents it is moving through, the
knowledge of where it is heading, and a
vision of where the ship ought to be heading
—as well as understanding where and how
to apply pressure on the rudder to bring
about change. As we have seen, Fuller had a
strong vision for all these trimtab attributes.
What is also interesting about a trimtab is
that it efficiently brings about change with
minimum effort – in other words – doing
more with less – another of Fullers’ key
principles.
The guiding questions for everyday
leadership that emerge from a trimtab
approach are easy to list – but much more
difficult to execute:
a. What ship are you steering?
Are you trying to change the entire
world? Or maybe just your own
department? What is the system you
are seeking to steer or change
direction?
b. What direction is your ship currently
heading?
This often requires careful
discernment and reflection. What is
the “big picture” direction and
destination?
c. What outside currents, winds, tides, or
events are impacting your ship?
Sometimes these are obvious, and
close at hand – but oftentimes they
are remote either geographically, in
time, or functionally, and it requires
special instruments and
measurements to gauge these outside
factors.
d. Where ought your ship be going?
This is often the most critical question
of leadership. What is the goal, the
prize, which you need to keep in sight
so that your regular adjustments to
the tiller, in response to the changing
currents of the environment, will keep
you on target? What is the big picture
goal, not next quarter’s profit margin,
share price, or units delivered—but
the overarching social good? How will
your efforts help to increase overall
global well-being?
e. Where can you most efficiently exert
pressure for “moving the rudder”?
Answering this question accurately is
only possible if you’ve taken the time
to answer the previous questions! In
the system you are seeking to steer,
what is the rudder, what is the
trimtab? In complex social systems, it
is often instructive to ask, what is the
rudder of the obvious rudder or the
trimtab of the trimtab? These
“trimtabs of the trimtab” need to be
identified so that the least amount of
effort is needed to change the system.
f. How can you most efficiently exert
pressure for “moving the rudder”?
Once you understand where you are
going, and where change needs to
happen in order to move in that new
direction – the final step is to envision
and plan how to make the change
happen. Fuller had great faith in the
individual’s ability to build artifacts,
tools, and creative responses that
would “move the rudder”. Not only
that, but he recognized that each
person would make his or her own
unique contributions, based on their
skillsets, life-history and available
resources. The point is not for
everyone to go out and invent new
types of geodesic domes – rather, each
person should be equally inventive in
their own way.
g. How do you continue to navigate
successfully through changing tides?
One of the most remarkable things
about Fuller’s life is that he was able
to reinvent himself and his particular
area of focus on several occasions –
while keeping his core values
constant. Then drawing on the
knowledge and experience from one
phase, he was able to realize even
higher levels of creativity and
inventive breakthroughs than in the
previous phase. This process of
continual learning, creation,
modification, and synthesis
culminated in his global lectures
during the 1960s when he spoke on
hundreds of college campuses –
captivating the younger generation
with literally a lifetime of insight,
observation, and wisdom. In steering
by key guiding principles, Fuller was
able to navigate a complex century,
making a unique and lasting
contribution.
Not every leader is destined to be the same
sort of “trimtab” that Fuller was – but every
leader can gain valuable insights from his
highly leveraged approach and sea-faring
and navigation mindset.

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Post by Alchemist Wed Nov 30, 2011 2:58 am

Call me Trimtab: Buckminster Fuller

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjLfWHcLfKg

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Post by Alchemist Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:11 am

Buckminster Fuller & Technology -YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeuC1W8YwMc

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Post by Alchemist Sat Dec 31, 2011 11:55 pm

Does it seem like your caught in a never ending cycle?

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Post by Kevind53 Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:29 am

Look also at ships: although they are so large and are driven by fierce winds, they are turned by a very small rudder wherever the pilot desires. Even so the tongue is a little member and boasts great things.

(Jas 3:4–5a)
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Post by Guest Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:55 am

The never ending cycle of today! but yet tomorrow never cycles, sounds fimiliar, does the Iraq dinar sound come to mind? AJ

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Post by Shipngold Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:30 pm

What a perfect beginning to the new year 2012 Alchemist, I think you planned this and THANK YOU!!!!

This is a life long study for me and also my wife and daughter are also into the ways of expanding Consciousness. I also believe that this is what we are supposed to be passing on to others so they will start to understand how we can all work togather for a greater good and that is why this year is important and why this revalue is important and the global settlements and this is all of what makes up the big picture.

Now the puzzle is almost togather and it will be a beautifull picture when completed.

And this is another major reason I love the OOM website and forum....

Thanks to all of you who contribute!
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