Tormented by Their Own Imagination

h20The existence of demons is a furphy, which is Australian slang for something heard from a reputable source and believed to be true until someone proves otherwise. My reincarnation is proof that all religious claims are furphies and that the majority of the population are tormented by their own imagination. The preaching of devils, angels, saints, and other things of a supernatural nature are designed as window dressing and weapons of spiritual destruction.

Suggestions have life and they multiply as time goes by, especially when believed in by the majority. To create that state required a lot of violence, torture, and murder carried out by religious forces until the people were all of the one accord. But how can that work in a world where opinions matter? The facts are that it can’t and that is why we are seeing the huge break-away from so-called ‘faith’ in these the last days

With a link to the Spirit of the Universe, which is the only real God, much has been given to me to pass on to those who have an ear to hear and an eye to see. The majority are deaf and blind to reality because it was made to be that way (Isaiah 29:10-12). Only when the Spirit allows will they come to know how much they have been fooled and learn the truth.

That time has come and the Internet is spreading the light of God throughout the world and removing the darkness that has held it since the start of the day. The things that blocks out the light and brings the evil upon them is their own imagination and fear. Only those strong in the Spirit can get beyond it and many of those have left the world behind and are seeking the power in groups where the Spirit is active (Ezekiel 39:29).

Being Strong Emotionally and Psychologically

h19Mostly we are more concerned about our physical health, but often emotional and psychological health is compromised. It is not only important to be physically strong, but also emotionally and psychologically strong as well. When someone is emotionally strong he/she has self-confidence and self-esteem. There are a few tips to be strong, but these are not the only ones. It is also important to apply them, which may help one in the future to face problems.


It is very important to be motivated. Motivation helps one to achieve whatever one wants. When faced with a hurdle, if one is motivated enough he/she can easily pass it. Having a purpose to live keeps one going and any obstacles in the way are conquered.

Balancing Positive and Negative Thinking

Being positive makes believe that one can accomplish anything. Good things are going to happen and gloomy days will not long forever are beliefs that keep one going. One starts noticing even the small happy things and becomes grateful for them. On the other hand, negative thinking allows one to think what could be the worst and then work on it to get it better.

Compassion and Kindness

We are all surrounded by people we love and also some we don’t like. By being kind and acceptable towards all of them, we can have happy relations. Positive emotions keep flowing and they eventually reduce the negative beliefs.

Going Through Tough Times

Most of the people have gone through any tough time. This is the point which breaks them. Such times are gloomy and overwhelming. The best way to get out of it is to take the process brick by brick.

Responsibility and Control

There are a few things on taking control, but not everything can be under one’s control. Mentally strong people do take the responsibility of the things they can control. They don’t worry about or go crazy about the thing that is out of their control.

Taking Personal

It is not good to take everything personal. If there is a problem, this is not necessary that you are the one to get blamed for it.

Need Want Relationship

Everyone wants to be loved, admired, appreciated, approved etc. The problem arises when the component of want is gone and there is a need. Mentally strong people have a realization that everyone wants and they are not the only one who are in need.

Asking for Help

It is often considered that asking for help makes one feel like one is not strong. They lack capabilities or strength to work alone. This is a wrong notion. It rather means that one acknowledges the potentials possessed by other people so they ask for help.

The Past is Past

The Past is something which is gone. It is not coming back. It is important to take oneself out of misery. The Past is something to learn rather than to dwell in it. It is a training to have a better today and then a perfect tomorrow.

Mental Development of Young Minds

h18A young child is like a sponge and the brain is ready to absorb and be challenged. This is something many now realise when they present lessons to babies. Flash cards are great to teach the alphabet and recognition of articles and other things. Early learning books teach them to read and write at extraordinary young ages. It is also the time when religious organisations brainwash them into things that are wrong and from which the child may never escape.

This organic sponge we call the brain takes whatever is presented to it and channels are opened in which the knowledge lies until it is required. My reincarnation gave me memory of my former life and opened channels through the knowledge brought with me on my journey.

Born with a different language to my parents they could not influence or override it and the source of my contact is the Great Spirit of the Universe, the only real God (Isaiah 45:4-8). It is because of this that things observed from my birth have built a picture of the deception and fraud put up by religious bodies that are now destroying the world.

For the young child memory of reincarnation may be present and they may even speak about it. That, however, is quickly frowned upon by those who are brain-washed into the idea of heaven and hell. Those places do not exist but it is what the establishment depends on for power and control.

Children regulated and conditioned by religious institutions are more easily controlled than those who are not. They are taught to obey the government and to abide by the authorities over them and that is why they are now at logger-heads with each other and why terrorism is gaining such strength.

Kings, governments, and other forces depend on religions, therefore, to regulate and control the masses and that is the very reason for their existence. Only those with a strong link to the Spirit know to come away from them and that children reared with minds to think for themselves are far stronger mentally than others. Training the brain is unnecessary when the Spirit moves within them to show the path ahead, as happened in my case.

Why I No Longer Label the Way I Eat

h17Food… where do I even begin? I started this conscious eating journey about three years ago and it has been quite a roller coaster. I went from eating anything and everything to cutting out gluten, dairy, soy, refined sugar, meat, grains, peanuts, and corn. Not all at once, mind you. So… I first began as a gluten free, soy free, and refined sugar free vegan. Surprisingly I LOVED eating this way, never feeling restricted or unhappy. I was on cloud nine. For about seven months I swore by this diet of mine, sharing food pictures on Instagram and promoting vegan-ism to family and friends. Then, within two weeks, everything changed. There is a diet called 80/10/10, in which you eat 80% fruit, 10 percent fat, and 10% protein. Wary at first, I delved into research, eventually concluding that I would reap the benefits of this diet. So I tried it out. For a little under two weeks I ate nothing but fruit, a few nuts, and a teeny tiny amount of avocado. At this time, I was partaking in my first year of cross-country, having thrown my tennis racket to the side. We practiced every single day of the week, running anything from hills to sprinting on the track. My body was exhausted from this new strenuous sport and the inadequate amount of nutrients I was ingesting. Along with my daily starvation came ACNE! “Oh that’s not so bad,” you might say. But imagine not just your entire face but your chest, shoulders, back, and the inside of your elbows sporting A LOT of red bumps. I was miserable! I had just started a new school for my senior year and my confidence was lowering with each passing week. One day, during my second week of this diet, I remember sitting on the kitchen counter, crying, as my mom tried to explain to me that this “lifestyle” wasn’t working for me. I had put my heart and soul into this, I mean I went as far as buying a huge box of bananas to add to my daily smoothies, which were nothing but water and 10 of those sugary and delicious tropical fruits. After hitting my breaking point I went back to eating cooked vegan food for a while.

Thanksgiving finally rolled around and I was still battling the horror of my skin, truly ashamed to look at myself with out makeup on. I ate so healthy yet I looked like pizza and candy were my meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Despite the beliefs I held about vegan-ism, I began researching other diets to clear up skin. The day before thanksgiving I came across the Paleo diet. A diet that consists of meat, vegetables, fruit, and nuts. I desperately wanted to continue eating vegan but I didn’t know what else to do and my body was telling me something. So… Thanksgiving day was the first day I ate meat since that previous February. My mom bought a natural, no hormones added turkey and did it up with spices and other delicious ingredients that chefs know about. The first bite was strange. All I could think about was that this piece of food came from the inside of a dead animal. Being the drama queen that I am, at least when I am around my family, I made everything from gagging faces to pouting lips. The rest of the week I continued eating the rest of the turkey… and I felt really good. As the weeks passed by meat became a staple and grains became the enemy. My body significantly toned up and my constant hunger significantly toned down. Along with that, my acne, with the help of an incredible facial expert, slowly dissipated. So I ate mainly Paleo for the next year and a half. Was it all butterflies and rainbows? Absolutely not. I fell off the diet wagon many times, wanting to indulge in sweets and grains. My weight was up and down, never staying consistent and I felt SO restricted as I watched my friends enjoy their first year of college eating whatever they wanted. I kept at that cycle of falling off and climbing back until a few months back in November I decided I was going to be done with meat. It didn’t happen overnight, and I am not a vegetarian or vegan. There was something inside of me that knew I could no longer ethically explain to myself why I ate animals. Yes, there may be health benefits of eating meat, but living in this modern world I knew that I could decide to go with out it if I had the will to do so. I began by taking out red meat, which had been something that I heavily relied upon the past year. Then slowly, I ate less chicken and turkey till lately I haven’t felt the need to eat it at all. Fish is still something I’m working towards eliminating or at least decreasing from my diet. I just don’t feel right deciding that cows and chickens are more important to save than fish. They are all living, breathing animals.

BUT… here is the thing.

I no longer feel right supporting the meat industry but I do feel the need to eat what I am offered. Will I buy a chicken sandwich? No. But… will I eat some bites of chicken if someone has kindly made and offered it to me in their own home? Absolutely.

Maybe you won’t agree with this, and I know this isn’t right for everyone. I have a cousin who is a strict vegetarian and I would never expect her to eat chicken or beef if it is offered to her. That is not her path and I am inspired by her morals and values. But I am not her. I am choosing to eat consciously, without a label, but willing to accept what is offered to me out of respect.