Comments for A Self Development Blogging Community of Higher Awareness Thu, 26 Nov 2015 21:11:17 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on What the Hell Did John Lennon See in Yoko Ono? by Tim Thu, 26 Nov 2015 21:11:17 +0000 The majority of people are of a very mediocre intelligence, so I would not be questioning why some of them think that YO had a positive influence on JL.
You know, about 10 years ago I came to realization that mass media via television has managed to turn 80% of the Earth population into cattle. One. That day I turned off the TV and never watched it ever since.

Comment on What the Hell Did John Lennon See in Yoko Ono? by Tim Thu, 26 Nov 2015 20:53:23 +0000 She established herself as an artist AFTER Lennon’s death with the money HE has earned. She would never be able to become successful on her own, as to be successful one needs to be either really skilled at something or talant ed and original. YO is neither.
YO was stalking Lennon, as well as other celebrities, whom she would fiquently invite to her pathetic “shows”. She abandoned her first husband along with with her child, but she got allowance from her first husband as she was incapable of taking care of herself financially, so somehow I see no established anything here, not before meeting Lennon, not after his death. An artist can be considered established if it was his or her art that has earned the recognition – that is precisely what YO cannot demonstrate.

Comment on 12 Ways to Identify Past Life Friends, Lovers, & Enemies by Lianne Downey Tue, 24 Nov 2015 22:52:39 +0000 Hello, Lisette! It pops into my mind right away that you have just demonstrated one very profound, good reason you had this experience: It has helped today, to convince you that you have, indeed, lived prior lifetimes! And that you/we do carry feelings and connections forward with us, into future lives.

As for why you did not become friends in the present life, you pointed to many reasons that wasn’t going to work out. And naturally, we want to move ahead, change, and grow in each subsequent life (that is our purpose for reincarnating!), so we don’t replay every friendship and relationship over and over again. Then we would be stuck! But it is nice sometimes when we cross paths with an old friend for a few minutes, and enjoy that experience of soulic recognition. It gives us such a deep sense that we are larger, older, and more important than the mere surface of life here indicates on a daily basis. We matter. Our interactions with others matter. Our feelings matter. And they are far more important, and lasting, than our material surroundings.

Love to you and thank you for posting and sharing your experience, Lisette! It helps us all!

Comment on 12 Ways to Identify Past Life Friends, Lovers, & Enemies by Lisette Tue, 24 Nov 2015 21:18:15 +0000 Hi Lianne,

Thank you for this interesting article, with so many beautiful stories in the comments, even two years later. It is an interesting perspective to use when analyzing events from your current situation. It makes me think of the different relationships I have in my life and the complicated dynamics with some people. I’m so curious about my past connections to these people. Even though I’ve stopped believing in a lot of things in the past few years, I’ve always held on to a belief in reincarnation for some reason.

As a teenager I met a guy, a friend of a friend, who I instantly recognized as someone I knew very well, for many, many years. It was a very strange feeling and I just couldn’t come up with how I knew him. I tried so hard to figure it out; was he a family friend? I realized I never met him before and figured it must have been someone from a past life. It was not a romantic/sexual attraction, even though he was a guy of around my age. A few days later, we had a conversation about reincarnation and without me saying anything, he told me that when he first saw me, he felt like he had known me for years. This gave me chills and validated the interpretation I had given to my experience. We are from different countries and lived in different countries as well. After this experience, I felt like him and I needed to be in each other’s lives or something. Just because that was the only way I could make sense of my experience. But it just didn’t happen. Not only did we live in different countries, we also didn’t have that much of a natural connection. The days after that one conversation we had, we saw each other several times, but never had much to talk about and were just like two random people who just met each other. All we had was that initial experience.

It’s a long time ago and it is not an important thing in my life anymore. However, I still wonder why we met. Do you think that there was a reason for us meeting? Or just some random coincidence? And why would we both have this strong feeling of familiarity with one another, but not feel like trying to become friends in this life?

On another note, I had similar, yet much less intense experiences with some of his friends I met around the same time, and also with a very close friend of mine who introduced me to this guy and his friends. After this period in my life, I never had this experience again.

Thanks again for sharing your insights in your article and in this thread. It’s all very interesting to me.

Thank you,


Comment on How to Shift Your Reality by Shifting Yourself by Yannos Popoulos Mon, 23 Nov 2015 16:09:26 +0000 I think this concept is higlhy interesting and true. However, in my experience, i have never experienced a break in contuinity. My feeling is that we get to chose from multiple timelines that emanates from the one we are currently experiencing.
So i wonder if it is possible to affect continuity? For exemple, if you have a broken tooth, could you restore it?

Comment on What the Hell Did John Lennon See in Yoko Ono? by Sylvia Mon, 23 Nov 2015 03:20:14 +0000 No one loved John Lennon as.much as Paul McCartney. His name remains on his lips as he sings “Here Today” @ all his concerts, as he yells out ” Let’s hear it for John”. (This is what I call brotherly love).

Comment on The After-Effects of The Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki by Anonymous Fri, 20 Nov 2015 15:38:55 +0000 People like you cause chaos in this world…narrow minded and judging by your words, you sound a violent & manipulative person. Watch your words, they become character, watch your character, they become actions.

Comment on Auras, Chakras & Energy Fields: Cleansing and Activating Your Energy Systems by tom Wed, 18 Nov 2015 17:28:02 +0000 R
Wow fantastic stuff…I worked in a store that sold crystals and healing books.
Best time in my life.
We Opened a second store it did so Well

Comment on The After-Effects of The Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki by William Swyter Wed, 18 Nov 2015 16:44:37 +0000 That’s false. All human lives are equally valuable. National borders are artificially created for governing and other purposes. Look how many have come and gone in the past several hundred years. Nationalism leads to racism and then genocide. Nazi Germany is a prime example. One’s country should be thought as a dear close family member; but if your brother commits atrocities, do you keep going on and on about how wonderful he is. I wouldn’t. That’s called denial. Fighting for one’s country face to face and risking your own life is a beautiful thing-but dropping an a-bomb on innocent civilian men, women, and children is nothing but a cowardly war crime. Yeah, you can pick straws if you want; but that’s just the plain naked truth. Sorry.

Comment on The After-Effects of The Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki by Anonymous Tue, 17 Nov 2015 09:37:18 +0000 Yes, but to the United States government of course. They our be traitors if they didn’t value the lives of their citizens more than that of the enemy.