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Dr Doris E. Roberts, PhD, Metaphysics (1933-2009) is a major contributor of posts from her metaphysical projects and research written during her lifetime. Some of the wording has been edited in italics with the original words in parenthesis, The essence of her writing is here copied from her electronic files as archived by her eldest daughter, Wendy Roberts Candela.

Return to Love – External and Internal Worlds

External World

Currently there are many different opinions surfacing about where the Mind actually dwells in the human body.  DNA advancements in scientific research technology are dislodging many exotic viewpoints as to its location.  Can it be, as we metaphysicians have known for ages, that the Mind truly exists in each and every cell of our being, which connects us with the Universal Mind that surrounds all things and dwells in all things?  DNA experiments are beginning to logically substantiate such a supposition.         

Notice, also, there are (that) the three views of consciousness appear to be similar to the list previously mentioned for the three aspects, which make up the word, Phenomenology.   See the end of earlier post. (Examination Time and Phenomenology) 

The first part in the External World is logical reasoning thinking (which is the function of the brain’s left hemisphere).

Let us now consider the examination of the consciousness that exists whether we are aware of it or not in our inner world and where we uncover the Right Brain’s access route.

Internal World

The second, the Internal World, is also where one goes when in prayer and meditation. The right-brain hemisphere is the way and access to spatial unlimited activities.  Finally, the third, the emotional and mental affect all this has on the individual, is located in the limbic stem area of the brain. The Limbic has also been referred to as the seat of the emotions for it has a direct connection to the heart. In this area location and connection, it is considered humanity’s original brain formed millions of years ago, which is said to house the soul and all the memories that it has experienced since its formation. More about this important part of the brain will be discussed later. 

A systematic scanning of a translation of some of Husserl’s later works provide some understanding into why there was no common agreement on the protocols necessary to the establishment of a basis for this particular type of philosophy. 

The book, “Edmund Husserl – Phenomenology and the Crisis of Philosophy,” is translated by Quentin Lauer (1965:23) and provides necessary background information. This comparative analysis of the two related subjects chosen under consideration — (1) conscious awareness and (2) phenomenology — is a scientific awareness study of philosophy as a transcendental state of pure reason or the science of science.  It provides ample opportunities and examples of  “Male and Female Energies” role-expansions as we enter further into this new millennium, called by many as The Golden Age. 

Return to Love – Examination Time and Phenomenology Crisis

Examination Time

We can start by examining if it is time (at the beginning of) this (new) millennium in this 21st Century to connect again to the center of our being where all our thoughts manifest into form.  It has been recommended by many as a reliable alternative method of transition into this Age of Information and Energy (I&E).

Recognized as the primary issue of this next 1000-year millennium and the overall social focus on Earth as a whole, I&E’s methodology can be utilized to assist in the current spiritual growth and scientific advancement movement. 

In the following explanation and discussion, it falls under the heading of Phenomena, which in itself is a viable and broad enough base at the very least to place a theory. At the very most, it is a beginning foundation for a future that is not yet in the making but is slowly encroaching it.

Phenomenology Crisis

The greatest game in town that came on the scene in the (first) years of this new Century was the one that attempted to totally ignore or reason away many of the unexplainable phenomena taking place.  It caused many rational people to become very irrational in society’s eyes.  This is the competitive condition existing in scholarly society (today) – – an ideal place to agree to disagree. 

Phenomenology is a term used in (the early part of) this last century that is slowly returning as the new insight format on which to base a renewed interest into the mastery of Mystery Sciences.  All of the (new) communication fields available – Web Sites, Internet, e-mail, Electronic Publishing, Radio Talk Shows, Video and TV network specials, and podcasts/social media (programming) have provided (new) ways to explore and share with others the invisible and the unexplainable fascinating mysteries of life (with the modern computer assistance).

As Dennett mentioned in his book, private intimate communications had almost ceased to exist, but group and worldwide communication avenues have opened wide.  There is an excitement and a widespread curiosity about what is happening in the world outside of our individual circles. This interest is probably what allows many to think that our private inner communications have become a public display of conscious social sophistication awareness.

 Understanding how phenomena triggers consciousness expansion is a good beginning. To start to realize what is happening in the world around us in less technical terms does lead to more understanding.   Dennett quoted Kant’s description of phenomena as “things as they appear to be” while nomena is “things as they are in themselves.”  

Phenomenology’s scientific pursuit in the past was to discover a new foundation for philosophy and a consistent easily understood methodology.  This doctrine grew up early in the 20th Century as a philosophical school or movement around the work of Edmund Husserl.
Its purpose or goal then was to build a new foundation for all known philosophy or for all knowledge available at the time.  It was based on the use of a special technique of introspection, which resulted in an interesting investigative state of mind that becomes more thoroughly acquainted with the pure objects of conscious experience allowing our mind to act as a detached third person observer.

 “Quantum Physics” is an example of how this works.  Many metaphysicians use this form of detachment in their own development of self-awareness techniques.  It is a way of processing circumstances that revolve around mental and emotional factors, and is used to think more clearly to reach ideal supportive life decisions.

Phenomenology in the past had failed to find a single agreeable method of proper introspection that everyone could accept.  Unfortunately this is also true (today) of many of our (new) sciences.  So there are no known available phenomenology practices in this day and age (other than some questionable ESP investigative methods) to study and to model ourselves after, no known experts (uncontroversial and/or accepted) on the nature of things that dwell in the stream of consciousness, according to many experts.

Let us now look back at its beginning. Phenomenology began as an Impressionist Movement involved in Introspectionist Psychologies.  As the story goes, it was simply based on three parts that make up the phenom: 1) Experiences of the external world, 2) Experiences of the internal world and 3) Experiences of emotions or the “affect” of 1) and 2).

How does this relate to “The Challenge of Social Sophistication?”  The subject of Phenomena is highlighted in this spiritual philosophical way because it is a predominate factor.

In this examination of human religious reactions and responses is the supposition that experiential phenomenon, as it relates to the male and female human anatomical functions, often determines how human beings, as a whole, view their own related spiritual consciousness by the preceding sample of three “phenom” experiences.  It is not enough that we consider the mechanisms of the human body form and how it’s energies operate differently in women and men.  It is imperative that we examine, also, how the brains in both genders’ function and thought consciousness expands as each sex matures developing automatically the following three aspects of relative consciousness:

  1. Left-brain hemisphere: conscious logical reasonable expression and follow through.
  2. Right-brain hemisphere: subconscious unbounded imaginative recognition and applied use.
  3. Limbic brain stem: emotional and mental memory dominant as comparison actualization.

Return to Love – Understanding Body/Mind Functions

During the past years of this 21st Century, it was and still is very appropriate that humans were provided with a greater opportunity to appreciate and concentrate more on Good Will.  We finally have all the possibilities (right brain) and all the probabilities (left-brain) that are available to humanity as our nation moves further into a new world of Information and Transformation, but is this enough?  Let’s check it out.

In the book, “Consciousness Explained,” (1991:23) C.S. Dennett suggested that a special phenomenon began to dominate our social culture as our world reached the end of the 20th century.  He believed that a dramatic shift in the way humans think about love and life occurred because we were becoming more sophisticated as a society.  He felt that people used to talk and think about love in ways that were practically unavailable – except to children, and to those who can somehow manage to suppress their adult knowledge regarding love.  He added that we used to love to tell those we loved that we loved them and to hear from them that we were loved also. 

To children growing up in our society then, love was a pure simple unconditional feeling and a fairly reliable thing.  Considering our current world now, are we now better or worse as adults?  Are we not quite as sure anymore if we know what love is as we once thought we did?  Has there been a dramatic shift in love consciousness that is causing true love to be less of a reality in this new century of modern times?

Dennett shared in his book that love is not completely socially uniform for everyone.  As a whole, he proposed that it is because our (world) culture has become more sophisticated.  Even if some of us think of love like in some romantic novel, his contention is that we now know better than to seriously express these imagined feelings to anyone including ourselves. 

He also suggests that we think that it wouldn’t be the manly or womanly thing to do. Admitting to passionate love is admitting to being weak…and as simple as a naive child who doesn’t know any better.  Is this really true in this day and age?  Do we think of love only as a “control devise?” And where does love of home and family as well as love of country fit in this current year’s experience of a loving life?  

Obviously, love does appear to many to be a “control issue” in this New Century World. Is this kind of love, as Dennett contends it to be, a controlled conditional awareness that limits the thrilling, devastating, or energizing experiences of love that our ancestors had? 

Does today’s form of love somehow cause us to feel a sense of loss, of something missing in our lives?  Have many of us noticed that we are not too sure just exactly what it is that we are missing? 

Nowadays, do the majority of us in or out of any type of relationship (including the three mentioned previously as spirituality based) feel somewhat incomplete and unfulfilled?  Does the dominating shadow side of some of us doubt that life will ever be as fulfilling or satisfying as it once was thought to be?  How can that be? What has happened?  

The author contends that love, along with romance, has obviously taken a back seat.  In his opinion, love has no direction and no purpose, that many of us often take love for granted if we feel it at all in present day life.

We may talk about our conscious decisions and unconscious habits, or even our conscious egos and our unconscious motivations, which some of us believe try to run and rule our lives.  But are we sure we know what we mean when we say these things? 

Along with many others, he emphasized that while there are those who believe in consciousness as a very special genuine thing like love or gold, he advises us that: “love is all an illusion…only gold is real.”

Dennett also stated that, “consciousness” like love and money is an old

Phenomenon that does indeed depend to a surprising extent on its associated concepts.  Although, like love, it (consciousness) has an elaborate biological base; like money, some of its most significant features are borne along on the culture, not simply inherent, somehow, in the physical structure of its instances.”(24)

If Dennett is right, and we have succeeded in overthrowing some of our basic cultural concepts, will the phenomena of consciousness be threatened with extinction? If it leaves completely, as he suggested it is destined to do, will love and money also go along with it?  What is a phenomenon anyway?  How much power does it have over us mortals?

Perhaps it is time to ask: (1) How many of us really do think that love will go along with conscious awareness and leave us during these beginning years of this new millennium?   (2) What percentage of those who agree are males? (3) And how many females agree with Dennett?

Remember his opinion is encompassing a time that will cover several years at least, certainly not an overnight whim or special inclination. 

At this point, there is one last question to ask our selves. Has love already joined conscious awareness in the back seat? Or did the event of 9/11/01 change our love destiny by causing many to wake up to a new conscious awareness called deprivation?

Our human ability to conceptualize consciousness is what creates and dissipates life, as we know it now.  If this concept of our own consciousness were to fall into the hands of a dispassionate scientific community only and totally out of the realm of creative, passionate fulfillment, what will happen to unconditional love and free will, as we know it to be?  Finally, what will happen to our living society as human beings? Will it change radically?

Imagine if we were to reduce life to merely a matter of motion, what happens to our appreciation of love and growing pains as well as dreams and the joy of living life to the fullest?  What about compassion, which requires both mind and heart (reason and emotion)?  In what form will our human passions continue to exist?  Some medical professionals have said that we may now have the possibility to live until we reach 100 years. A century is a long time for anyone to consider living without passion.  Why bother?

What would happen if we went back to our old ways and became in the future merely animated objects because cloned parts or mechanical equipment systemically replaced all our worn out body parts? Would we be a combination of Dr. Spock or “Data” from the Star Trek Series? Or will we be merely facts and no mystery, all schemes and no dreams, all plans and no glands?  How will we be able to continue to maintain such things as “beauty and honor” without the awareness of physical love in our lives? 

Where is romance and destiny, our reason for growing and suffering, for continuing to live on this plane of existence?  The original Greek meaning for the word, “suffer,” was “to understand through experience.”  Will it come about over the years because we may become overwhelmed, overworked or overcome with boredom? Is that not suffering without cause?  Are we not a civilization of over-achievers already experiencing some of the effects of that reaction right now? 

What Dennett appeared to assume in his book is that because of advanced technology and knowledge, sophistication will cause us to loose any interest in the mystery of life. Our curiosity and the passion to know more will be no more.  Perhaps he is suggesting that it may happen because if we eventually know it all, why bother?  Or is it because we think we know-it-all already?  Is that the impression the USA is currently giving to the rest of our world?

Personally, there is some difficulty accepting any so-called  sophistication concepts.  Surely knowledge is something most of us seek in the world around us, for often it is a way to improve our lives. There is always room for improvement.

The answers to the mystery of life are exactly what advanced technologists and spiritual experts are seeking today. Hopefully they want to be the first to share it with the world in order that we all become aware of its benefits and continue to improve our intelligence agenda. 

Our country was founded by seekers and searchers – looking for new ways to make life better for us all.  We still are in the Seek, Search, and Discovery Game of Life. We humans will never unravel the total mystery of it all. The more we come to know, the more we will want to know, and the more we will realize we are co-creators with our God and begin to accept that Spirituality is the foundation of our lives. Perhaps we will finally be able to recognize we will never ever know it all. It was not meant for us to lock ourselves up inside and never grow emotionally.  The more we feel, the more we will reveal about this adventure called, “Life Among The Living.”

 Can it not be more reasonable to think that all that is happening in society today may be because (as many re-incarnationalists have suggested) it is time to graduate to a new consciousness level in order to make this great Planet Earth fit for all life, including humans.  This world is currently thought of as the University of the Universe. Are we not here learning how to allow our souls to make it a world that benefits all of its inhabitants? 

Will humanity relegate true love and romance to the past because we still cling to love as a possession?  Is it possible that, as a whole, the majority of mankind no longer knows what it is to truly love one another unconditionally?  Is this the lesson of this new century in these new times — that each and every one of us must learn that Love is Unconditional?

Perhaps in the crowded standby Earth Entry waiting rooms there is another important lesson that we require and desire to work with and complete.  Can it possible be: How to examine our past history and customs to understand the values that are either non-existent or still controlling today’s current lifestyle? 

Is this one of the reasons why exploring Ancient Societies is becoming very popular? These studies allow us to relive a romantic past again in our private lives. We cannot ignore the everyday reality that there is no romance to be found that is not sexually bound in our lives. 

Sex has become a common commodity that everyone is sharing freely as a way out of bondage.  There are no longer any Knights in Shining Armor with Damsels in Distress requiring rescue services.  The mystical magic of love has been swept under the bed and replaced by the mechanics of sex as common as an impersonal hug or business handshake.  This type of social sophistication is surely affecting everyone’s life.

What is being discussed here, in this statement of the problem affecting civilization today, is “demystification” — a favorite subject of many writers.  In our left-brain habit of assigning labels to famous facts and fables, simple things have become lost in our shuffle dance of life.  Cultures have been given permission by society to conspire together to convince social/tribal consciousness to move beyond simplicity into complexity. 

Can it be true that the more advanced we become in our thinking, the more we are controlled by society and science, the less able we are to appreciate the basic premise of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Otherwise known as the Declaration of Independence, which surely provided us all with the Freedom to Love Unconditionally. For it is this type of freedom that is the foundation on which all other freedoms rest.

Our foundational system, as we deal each day with current events, appears to be crumbling right under us.  Can it be rebuilt stronger to accommodate this New World Century and the technological information explosion happening all around us?

Perhaps there is a specific solution to this problem?  Surely our civilization must have at least advanced far enough in the last two thousand years to acknowledge how simple free-will and self-awareness of male and female energies still operating assures that life continues to exist for the purpose of providing a place to co-exist as free souls together. 

Our basic continuing search for fulfillment is not necessarily the only reactive response.  Our known world is on a course that is following the Universe’s expanding nature.  Since the first big bang, resulting in the manifestation of solid energy forms that brought forth Universes of Worlds to inhabit, we have been on this ride that is like no other as far as we know.  It is the way it is for humans.  The mystery of what it is and why it is lies just beyond the reach of humanity and always will — because that it is the way it was created. 

The sophistication ideal may be caused by the general overall lack of personal spiritual interest and awareness.  This does not mean everyone has to limit themselves to undertaking studies into the examination of orthodox or unorthodox religious belief systems and cultures in order to understand them.   

Mostly, it refers to a personal spiritual satisfaction path that assists humanity in understanding why and how male/female spiritual energies operate, and how a bio-electro-magnetic entity is able to function on an invisible as well as a very visible energetic level of conscious awareness.  For humans are dual nature beings.  Humans have a physical nature and a spiritual nature. Both are truly meant to work together harmoniously. How much more time will it take for all of us to accept and truly realize this important fact?

More on Spiritual Sophistication

Has love taken a back seat?  It certainly has no direction and no purpose for many of us.  We usually take love for granted if we feel it at all in present day life. We talk about our conscious decisions and unconscious habits, or even our conscious egos and our unconscious motivations, believing they try to run and rule our lives.  But are we sure we know what we mean when we say these things?  While there are many of us who believe in consciousness as a very special genuine thing like love or gold, we are also being advised that it may all be an illusion, that none of it is real.

 

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C. Dennett in his book, Consciousness Explained, (1991:23), contended that in this (today’s) conscious awareness, we limit ourselves to not having the thrilling, devastating, or energizing experiences of love that our ancestors had. Therefore somehow we feel a sense of loss, of something missing from our lives. And most of us are not sure just what is missing.

Perhaps he was right. Do the majority of us in or out of any type of relationship (including the three mentioned) feel incomplete, for the dominating shadow side of our minds say that life is neither as fulfilling nor satisfying as it once was?

Dennett also states that, “consciousness like love and money is a phenomenon that does indeed depend to a surprising extent on its associated concepts.  Although, like love, it has an elaborate biological base; like money, some of its most significant features are borne along on the culture, not simply inherent, somehow, in the physical structure of its instances.”

If Dennett is right, if we have succeeded in overthrowing some of our basic cultural concepts, will the phenomena of consciousness be threatened with extinction completely?  And if it goes, will love and money also go along with it?  What is a phenomenon anyway?  Can we handle it whatever it appears to be?

Our human ability to conceptualize consciousness is what creates and dissipates life, as we know it now.  If this concept of our own consciousness were to fall into the hands of our dispassionate scientific community only and totally out of the realm of creative spiritual passionate fulfillment, what happens to unconditional love and free will?

If we were to reduce life to be merely a matter of motion, what happens to our appreciation of love and growing pains as well as dreams and the joy of living life to the fullest?  What about compassion, which requires both mind and heart (reason and emotion)?  In what other form can human passion truly exist?

Spiritual Sophistication

What is happening in the world today?  Our Spirit appears to be lost and our love relationships are continually changing.  Long ago and far away from some now unknown and no longer recalled source, the word ‘spiritual’ was an idealistic concept that was described as a:

1)      Special relationship with self,

2)      Satisfying relationship with other human beings,

3)      Superior relationship with God or some other form of Infinite Intelligence.

The understanding of these three aspects of spirituality was required to graduate from the University of Planet Earth.  All worldly cultures and classes of people at one time appeared to maintain the belief of one or all of these basic human conditions.  It was a slow, oftentimes comforting process to encompass all three at the same time.  What happened?

C. Dennett in his book, Consciousness Explained, (1991:23) suggests that when we entered the 21st century that a special phenomenon dominated our social world culture.  He believes that a dramatic shift in the way humans think about love and life has occurred because we became more sophisticated as a society.  He wrote that people used to talk and think about love in ways that are now practically unavailable – except to children, and to those who can somehow manage to suppress their adult knowledge regarding love – and that was that we use to love to tell those we love that we loved them and to hear from them that we are loved in return. 

When we were children, love was a purely simple unconditional and fairly reliable thing.  Are we now better or worse as adults?  Are we are not quite as sure anymore if we know what love means as we once did?  Has there been a truly dramatic and possibly traumatic shift in love consciousness in this day and age?

Dennett suggested that love is not completely socially uniform anymore for everyone.  As a whole, he propounded, our culture has become more sophisticated.  It is his contention that even if we think of love like those in a romantic novel best seller, we know better than to express these imagined feelings to anyone including ourselves. 

He wrote that we think that it wouldn’t be the manly or womanly thing to do today. Obviously, in Dennett’s opinion, love does appear to be a “control device” in our current society. Admitting to passionate love is admitting to being weak…and as simple as a naive child who doesn’t know any better. Is this really true in this day and new age?  Do we really think of love as a “control device?”   

The Missing Peace

“Where is our soul?”

We often ask ourselves, “Is it lost and I cannot find it?”  It always stays just out of our grasp.  Many of you may think of this Missing Peace as your Guardian Angel.  You may feel you have found your Soul Contact.  Have you?

Physiological Realizations and Assumptions

             We are all very aware of the main physical differences between men and women.  We often forget about the basic fine-line differences in brain formation of each gender.  Simply stated, females have brains that house a larger corpus callosum than males.  The corpus callosum is the bundle of nerves connecting the right and left hemispheres of the brain and acts much like a switchboard.  It is a very fascinating complex switching station.  The actual function of the corpus callosum in the center of the brain between the two hemispheres is to assist the individual in moving quickly from one hemisphere’s applications to the other hemisphere’s assistance and back again with ease.  Because of the larger size of corpus callosum in a female, it is much easier for her to switch back and forth from one brain hemisphere’s primary operating system functions to the other brain hemisphere’s specialized applications than it is for her male counterpart.  Is there a plausible explanation of why it is easier for women to flow in and out of the right brain activity that provides a much easier access to the limbic area that is located at the base of the skull on the top of the spinal column?  One theory holds that all human emotions are controlled by the functions of our original ancient brain in the limbic stem area.  This location is in direct contact with the heart center in our physical bodies via our highly sensitive nervous system. 

In the human body, just below the protection of the breastbone, is the “heart center” location.  Several inches below this center is the sensitive “solar plexus” that is looked upon in Far-Eastern Cultures as the powerful soul center.  Doc Childre, author of the book “The HeartMath Solution,” and subsequent audiotapes and assisted by Howard Martin with Donna Beech, (ISBN 0-694-52175-2 {1999} audio tape version) offer astonishing proof that this “heart location” has intelligence, one that profoundly affects our mental and physical health. 

             *In metaphysical training, one of the basic premises taught is that the human being is made up of five different and associated atmospheres: 1) mental, 2) physical, 3) spiritual, 4) financial and 5) emotional.  We often forget or downplay the emotional atmosphere each of us operates under.  It is the center point in the middle of a diamond shape surrounded by the other four.   (*See comment to blog entry)It follows that the pathway to the limbic stem area located at the base of the skull in the brain is where emotions are translated into physical reality through our nervous system connections into the right brain hemisphere.  I refer to this as the One Connection Pathway.   This connection in the human brain’s central nervous system center did not just pop into an empty space in our skull overnight.  Our brains’ functional activities developed over thousands of years.

Historians believe the brain in humans first began its operation at the base of the skull in the limbic stem area, as mentioned previously.  Scientists differ on when this was, but the most popular belief is about 5 million years ago.  Only as recently as perhaps 2.5 million years ago, the right brain hemisphere came into existence.  This leaves the left-brain as the youngest part but there is some disagreement when it appeared to dominate in what is known as the Age of Reason. Different dates provided are in the range of 26,000 to only 13,000 years ago when it appeared to be fully active. 

                                                                 

INTUITIVE HUMANITY

Humanity today is in the process of developing a more intuitive awareness as Earth enters further into the Photon Light Belt, which is an important part of our vast Universe. My belief is that this event, which began in 2000 A.D., has been triggering new genetic connections in our individual molecular make-up or DNA.   One of the most important aspects into the understanding of our 21st Century male and female relationships to each individual self and each other is how the pure energy of our individual male and female hormones actively balances our personality traits in this new evolution of Humanus Intueri (Intuitive Humans).  

The foremost question that requires an answer today is: How does the human glandular hormone system assist in balancing our individual male and female energies in this New World of Continual Change that is now happening so swiftly among Earth’s humanity?   Is it merely a sophisticated mental process arrived at by all the current cultural societies during this Age of Information? Many of those involved in human development today suggest it may well be. Or could it be that it may just be a natural state of growing wiser as our Earth grows older along with the human species.  

It is important to note that many historians now believe that several times during the evolution of this planet, human existence experienced a radical decline in numbers and was very close to complete annihilation.  Under these types of survival risks and circumstances, “fight or flight” hormones surely assisted in bringing about longer living opportunities.   How does this information relate to the current terrorism that is happening on our world?  Is it because of the need of Planet Earth to rid itself of those who are wasting the land and destroying villages and people? Is it possible that chaos occurs often on our planet because we are not immune to the vibrational energy that is happening on the surface, no matter the specific location? Will Mother Nature do whatever she can to make this planet a better place to exist?  And what does that look like? While many so-called experts do agree our modern males have a mind functioning mainly in their left-brain (a logical, reasonable, aggressive base of operation), they  acknowledge female minds are more at home in their spatial,  spiritually  connected  right-brain  area    a  non-linear,  unlimited, associated, activity domain  required  for nurturing and supporting survival of the species.  

Together we sexually guarantee human survival on this Planet.  Fortunately both genders have the ability to switch from one hemisphere to the other as needed. But there is one basic physiological factor in male and female brains that makes a big difference in how men and women think.  Before gathering evidence from supportive fieldwork research studies that qualify that particular assumption, it was necessary to apply some specific statements for the foundation of any future exploration into this important issue, i.e., the balancing of human physical and spiritual natures.

Love Connection

Love is indeed the best known traveled road in mankind’s search of inner transcendence, whether or not we realize it is the path we selected to be on.

Love, as most of us think of it, is often attached to a person, place or thing outside of ourselves.  It comes disguised as a form of possessiveness, which was emotionally provided at birth as the way to survive until adulthood.

Childhood, unfortunately, is a very traumatic experience for us all.  Consequently, it is the loss of what we term possessions that create grief and rage during childhood, which spills over into adulthood.

Until we come to terms with the concept of prosperity and realize that once created experiences and things can be created again.  But true love often remains outside our grasp.

Love, we discover, is not a possessive ownership of anything or anyone.  It is the base foundation necessary to experience free choice. We are no longer in bondage.  With love comes our freedom to be.

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