It’s time to escape the matrix everybody! There are a great many articles discussing how to escape our mind and culture’s paradigm, the one we all swim in like fish in a bowl, unaware of the very water we breathe. I simply want to offer my unique perspective on this world situation and I’m hoping it might in some ways connect with a few people.
The first necessary step of getting out of any kind of mental matrix is to first realize that we are in some kind of matrix and to then untangle yourself on the many different levels that exist.
Those of you who have followed my stories know that I happened upon what’s known as the “soul path” in my early 20’s. I didn’t always believe what I had experienced. Often it depended on the environment I was in. Some people have an appreciation for such things, while other don’t. Some people are actually downight hostile towards the ideas of such. That’s a little unfortunate because time and time again I’ve always discovered it to be true.
About 20 years ago, by chance, I met a “wise-woman” at my University who changed my life in 20 minutes! I had gone to see this Academic Counsellor because I wanted to drop a course and didn’t want it to affect my GPA. But something Continue reading “The Truth About Chi Energy”
Hi there. I had a great idea today. Actually I have had about a million great ideas in these last two weeks, since I have re-defined the scope of my webiste: Bondaygee.com(‘Bondaygee’ means cocoon in Korea for those who don’t know).
It has occurred to me that in this age of awakening that we seem to be coming into, how wonderful it would be if people would start to share their own “Soul Stories” of Wisdom and or Spiritual Awakening.
here’s a story I used to love to tell my younger students because they still had great imaginations and hadn’t “figured everything out” already like older folks and scientists. It starts when I was back in college. I had just finished my first year there and I was feeling really inspired, having lot of fun partying and trying out new ideas. But as I stood out on a beautiful campus balcony on one late spring evening, I still felt there was something missing.