DDR Style Soljanka
- 6oz bacon, diced
- 2 onions, diced
- 7 oz jagdwurst or high quality bologna, diced
- 7 oz smoked sausage, diced
- 2 red peppers, diced
- 2 carrots, sliced into normal-sized rounds
The religious person enjoys a great advantage when it comes to answering the crucial question that hangs over our time like a threat: he has a clear idea of the way his subjective existence is grounded in his relation to “God”. I put the word “God” in quotes in order to indicate that we are dealing with an anthropomorphic idea whose dynamism and symbolism are filtered through the medium of the unconscious psyche. Anyone who wants to can at least draw near to the source of such experiences, no matter whether he believes in God or not. Without this approach it is only in rare cases that we witness those miraculous conversions of which Paul’s Damascus experience is the prototype. That religious experiences exist no longer needs proof. But it will always remain doubtful whether what metaphysics and theology call God and the gods is the real ground of these experiences. The question is idle, actually, and answers itself by reason of the subjectively overwhelming numinosity of the experience. Anyone who has had it
The telepathic channelings shared on this Twitter account have been taken from transcriptions of the weekly study and meditation meetings of the Rock Creek Research & Development Laboratories and L/L Research. They are offered in the hope that they may be useful to you. As the Confederation entities always make a point of saying, please use your discrimination and judgment in assessing this material. If something rings true to you, fine. If something does not resonate, please leave it behind, for neither we nor those of the Confederation would wish to be a stumbling block for any.
We know Ra was always very eager for people to get to know themselves. "Know yourself, accept yourself, become the Creator." Most people do not know themselves. They know themselves as they wish to be, but they have not grappled with certain aspects of their shadow side that constitute the rich, fertile field of what the negative entity can use. If you don't know about it, it will be used, and that right quickly. So it's good to know yourself. Ra has always emphasized that.
Carla Rueckert, as interviewed by Gary Bean in Tilting at Windmills
I think in a country when we have it as easy as we do, one of our big dread vectors is boredom. I think little edges of despair and soul-level boredom appear in things like homework or particularly dry classroom stuff. I can remember the incredible soaring relief of when certain teachers would say we were going to watch a movie in grade school and it wasn't just a hedonistic "oh, we're going to have fun"; it was a relief from some terrible burden.