Seeds and Weeds – The Power of Activism


15th February  2015

By  Zen Gardner

Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

Every day more people connect and learn they are not alone. While the manipulated matrix makes it difficult for the awake and aware to be physically together, the great world wide grid of love and consciously awakened individuals continues to spread like “weeds”.

As we sow and grow we’re coming closer together continually. In fact, we’re probably bumping into each other and don’t even realize it.

That’s why it’s important to keep communicating. We know the same central Truth, the heart of man being the same the world over, we know it only awaits awakening to come to full fruition.

Look for it, expect it. What you already know in your heart to be true you’ll see manifest in wondrous and wonderful ways.

Wild Seeds Will Cover the Earth

We have to get radical, truly radical in our propagation of Truth. There no longer are movements to try to attach to. They’re all dead in the water. It’s a barren landscape compared to the rich culture it once was of vocal, active groups. No doubt real folks are fighting in their carefully sectored quadrants of various wonderful efforts, but it’s all being thwarted from being allowed into public awareness, and what does appear is systematically marginalized in everyone’s eyes.

Remember the full on protests? Remember the indignant opposition to a false government and its horrific wars? It’s non existent now, being squelched even before it can hit the conscious awareness of the individual that there’s something wrong. You have no avenue to speak of.   As a result, many give up thinking that it’s no use.

College students are stupefied. Interest groups are bought off. The rest sit back in frustration.

But not all.

One encouraging arrival on the scene are Indigo children and Crystal kids that rise up. While it appears the younger generation is virtually shot, take a look at the potential of awakened kids when activated:

We Are Coming Together

In spirit the awakened collective is always pulling together. It’s spiritually natural. We may be separated in physical space and time but in reality we are together. Nothing stops us. We are united. We communicate naturally and often, as in the case of the internet and personal interactions. But even these connections are under attack. We are up against serious opposition.

Fact is, we communicate in the language of the heart, and it tells us many things, including the fact that time is short.

Knowing underground communication avenues is key to our survival for as long as we need to be here. Technology wise, network wise and consciousness wise.

The Language of the Heart

Here’s a proposition that may resonate with some. I can’t fully endorse the source, but the concepts appear sound enough for consideration:

The belief that people are naturally compassionate is a central awareness of Nonviolent Communication, otherwise known as NVC, or “the language of the heart.” NVC provides a toolbox of insights and communication tools that reveal and nurture this state of natural compassion.

For over 35 years, Dr. Marshall Rosenberg has traveled the world sharing NVC, contributing to a shift in consciousness from violence, alienation and oppression to a new paradigm of interconnectedness. From helping people improve the quality of personal and professional relationships to being on the front line mediating in some of the hottest conflict areas around the world, Rosenberg’s radical work subverts our whole status quo system of power by identifying the type of awareness and corresponding language that disconnects us from each other.

The NVC process is distinctly different from many models of communication and conflict resolution in that the objective is never to get our way, but to “create the quality of connection that will allow for everybody’s needs to be fulfilled.” The process guides us in fully and honestly expressing ourselves, while empathetically receiving the communication and actions of others; without using or hearing blame, criticism, or judgement. By focusing on the quality of the connection rather than on the strategies and outcomes, solutions can be obtained that satisfy everybody’s needs more completely, without compromising their values. As Dr. Rosenberg asserts, “we each have an incredible, awesome power to make life wonderful, and that there is nothing that is more joyful than exercising that power by enriching our own and other’s lives.” Source

Take a Lesson from our Elders….

DentonNative American Prayer

Honor the sacred.

Honor the Earth, our Mother.

Honor the Elders.

Honor all with whom we share the Earth:-

Four-leggeds, two-leggeds, winged ones,

Swimmers, crawlers, plant and rock people.

Walk in balance and beauty.

Native American Elder

Unite in spirit and in deed.

Much love, Zen

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About the author:

I have questions. Life is wonderful – full of amazing wonders that continue to unfold.  My quest for truth has given me new perspectives which lead to well springs of information that continue to inspire awe and wonder at the world we live in. Dare to explore and see what leaves you… just wondering. Love Zen.

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