Although we highly recommend watching this video series from the very beginning, thought this early video would clarify the base of what this series is about. Again, these messages are very controversial (it will offend people), yet it is something that needs to be shared at this time. It will go outside of the parameters of religion and Star Wars fandom. Continue reading Spiritual Symbolism of the Script found with the Jedi in Star Wars
Over the last year, since the last post, been working with Aharon with creating a 30-hour, four volume series called Jedihood. You can look it up on YouTube or go to Jedihood.com. Some might be confused about what this message is about, yet it is a very important message, and one that clearly illustrates a strong persona (The Shepard, The Judge) found in the scriptures … Continue reading Jedihood
In order to be knighted… one must kneel. The act alone should come without haste — for the path is one of servitude. The Jedi in Star Wars come from myth, similar to the Knights of the Round Table or the Samurai. They represent a higher standard. Truth, justice, order, peace… values which promote responsibility, consequence, and sacrifice. The goal is simple — letting go … Continue reading Who is your Lord?
Today I was reminded of the limitations of human altruism. In an effort to plead my case to my overseer, I allowed my desire to prove validation to overpower guardianship. To know one’s role in a family unit is important – and sometimes a slip of recognition can lead, at a moments notice, to dire consequences. We all make mistakes. The solution lies in allowing … Continue reading The Task of Admission
There is a time for make-believe. As an adept, it allows us to mimic the activities we see our elders partaking in. Though when the time of maturity comes, do we miss the opportunity to set aside the façade and reveal the growth we have achieved? Or do we still play the play? It is too easy for many to get stuck in the ritual, … Continue reading Pretending
Many of the things we do are referenced by the actions of others. “Imitation is,” indeed, “the highest form of flattery,” a quote given by a 19th Century writer. It is only natural for children to mimic the nurture provided by friends, parents, and siblings. But what happens when we imitate sources that are not only an illusion… but a lie? As a social culture, … Continue reading Manipulation
Sometimes the best move is not to make one at all. It is very easy for external pressures to create an unnecessary urge to react. How many disasters could you have avoided, if you only controlled the compulsion to act in your apathy? Some battles are not worth fighting while some certainly are; know the war at hand. Be vigilant and test the spirits. What … Continue reading Zugzwang