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#65 A Change of Perception for David Icke

Posted: January 1st, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Life | 8 Comments »

I couldn’t believe how ignorant I was.

I always thought that David Icke was just a conspiracy writer.

That he was somehow, too involved, in the surface illusionary world – speaking only about the Illuminatis, the evils behind political scenes, strange extra-terrestrials and etc.

Little did I know, I had made a wrong mistake of believing in what my mind says without seeing into the truth of it all.

Sure what he had written in his books may sometimes sound far-fetched.

But after watching this interview he had with Project Camelot, now I thought: “What if he was merely just trying to depict what’s really going on under the surface of the world, and we are paying too much focus to the facades playing before our eyes – we see pass the background interactions behind them all?”

I appreciated this interview mainly because he’d explained a lot about why he’s doing what he’s doing, and how it all relates to consciousness/mind in the end.

It got me thinking.

If I had for so long held a wrong perception about something – just because I believed in an illusion my mind held instead of seeing things for what it really Is, how many more similar mistakes have I done in the past?

Our minds, or egos, sure could keep our eyes closed.

But of course, it all doesn’t matter now.

Because what matters isn’t the past, or the future, but only this present moment Now.

So for whatever it’s worth, if you’re reading this my dear reader, I greatly wish that you don’t commit this same mistake I had done.

Life could be filled with so much more happiness, liberation, fulfillment, peace & satisfaction if you could live genuinely, with the truths that your heart insists upon.

Let not the conditioning of others cover the inner voice you had since you were born, as a child, pure & naked without the ideas, concepts and limitations put on you by the external world.

If you have around 2 hours of free time, I would highly recommend that you watch this interview David had done with Project Camelot. I have learned a lot from it. And would sincerely hope that you can benefit from it as well:

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