Awareness into Authenticity

To live an authentic life means that we are aware of the artificiality that our modern world is. We recognize that activities are routine and uncreative, and that an insensitive life is devoid of wisdom. It is through this realization process that we “first” become aware of the need to grow beyond our present structures – the edifices we have incorporated our lives into.

Awareness is first associated with frustration, restlessness and the accentuation of restrictions that block our evolution. At one point, our limitations felt protective, but now we feel restricted by this edifice. While familiarity breeds a false sense of security and many prefer to hang on to their restrictions rather than venturing into the unknown.  Instead, they live with their frustration rather than grow beyond it and become weaker, dependent and victim to forces. It is only by summing up the courage to pass through a period of vulnerability that we can break out of our protective shells and restrictive structure to progress into a more suitable environment. As we step forward to reassess our situation – to review the facts to yield further information, options, and understanding, we define inhibitors to our evolutionary cycle so that we move toward resolution and continued growth.

When we truly observe, we discover that we are all born into a world at a particular era in time with its indoctrination and conditioning filters that become patterns of our thinking in a certain way. That we conform to those societal value patterns and are duty bound according to what we are told to do in our jobs, by colleagues, our parents, man-made laws, the media, and so on, if we are to be part of the group. We enter realization that we are entirely dependent on a set of rules and values that we have accepted freely as our own, but have never questioned their integrity. That our knowledge is mostly transgenerational, passed down from other people’s knowing and nothing is direct from our own revelation of thought. And we stay in bondage to those beliefs and get caught up in the “me and mine” of divisive thinking. When we finally see that we have confined our realities to a very small sphere of existence with its greed and fear, wishing and wanting, always attached to some vested interest, we come to the necessary conclusion that we are dependent – that we have created our own victimhood by our attachments and limited scope of being. This is humanities limitation throughout the ages. It keeps the mind separated from reality and purpose that is to dissolve dark forces and bring the light of awareness upon falsehoods, so that we may live an effulgent life.

 These are only some of the appalling discoveries we have to make to wake up to a state that is not deceived. They are clearly issues of irresponsibility for failure to govern the law of one’s own being. Thus, it is important that we see fatigue, anxiety, insecurity, and unfulfillment for what it is – escapism via attachment. With responsibility for our lives, our ethics, and our virtue, there is no conformity. As we discover our own potential and relate with forces higher than manmade laws, we move out of limitation. The responsibility is ours to aspire higher.

Holding this in mind, we come to some kind of receptivity knowing that reactions arise from beliefs held, while awareness is never contaminated since it comes from the Soul. The awakened mind never deviates into abstract thought. The awakened state dissolves into attention, while thought does not have this capacity because thought is always a point of view and thus, of the ego-mind.

Alisa Battaglia, Florida, 2012




Empowerment Through Awareness

Anyone who speaks the truth must point out the insanity of our times and challenge the authority that conforms people. If we care, we point out to others to wake them up and bring them to a state that is not deceived. ~Tara Singh

Awareness as a responsibility of consciousness is to empower people with knowledge necessary to live healthier, happier, creative and more joyful lives, free of dis-ease through prevention. Prevention strategies align with Nature in the use of organic foods, herbs, and natural therapies like sunshine and exercise, creative expression, heart centered relationships, nature connection, and cultivation of the spiritual core within us that pervades all of life. Empowerment lies in our daily choices. How well we apply the knowledge we receive and employ inner wisdom of discernment either sustains and leads us toward the path of health or towards one that disrupts natural processes producing dis-eased states. My goal is to educate and help individuals reconnect to their interior lives and the world around them with integrity, focus, and compassion. To help empower the bridge building of connectivity between two worlds, and finally to reflect the highest Light within, into the outer world as a creative expression of who they are. Without this general alignment and capacity to integrate, consciousness remains fragmented and thus, we as a race are easy to manipulate and control by both human predators and intrapsychic forces.

Awareness is central to well and an empowered life. With awareness we recognize how the corporate profit machines work by suppressing health freedom, civil liberties and Soul realities in the endless quest for profits through censorship of information and control, which blocks out all natural and common sense solutions outside of drugs, surgery and manufactured realities. The more we know how to prevent our own dis-ease states through common foods, herbs, sunlight, hydration, exercise, avoidance of cancer causing chemicals that line the market shelves and use those protective strategies against intra-psychic forces, the less control the industry (Big-Pharma, Big-Agri, Big Bio-tech, Big Government, Deep State, et al) has over us and the harder it is to exploit our bodies and Nature to create a revenue stream that enriches those corporations. With awareness, we can withdraw our energy and support of highly unethical, exploitive behaviors, which have caused great harm to human life, animals, delicate ecosystems and usurpation of natural resources across the globe.

Empowered, educated individuals are a threat to the profits of the illness industry, which is the backbone of all the other death-urge industries. Industrial Cartels have devolved into a system of perpetuating illness through: enforced ignorance of industry censored information that isolates real solutions by discrediting real science with junk science and all forms of medicine or modalities it does not control; has proposed industry standards that routinely assault and maim both human and Nature in the name of “science”; disease management via drugs over natural therapies; mass exploitation of the human body and natural resources in harmful profiteering on all levels. They have forgotten what it means to nurture and support the Spirit in Life. So, we each must choose with whom and what we wish to align in order to restore and manage the integrity of life from extinction.

Fully Convinced……

If you’re having trouble taking action, it’s probably because you haven’t fully convinced yourself that it must be done. Once you truly convince yourself, you’ll most certainly make it happen. Perhaps you think it’s something that is important. Yet there’s a big difference between thinking it’s important and knowing, without the least bit of doubt, that it must be done. So if you’re hesitant to take action, look within yourself for the reason why. Have the courage, and make the effort, to answer your own objections. You may discover that you’re not sincerely committed to achieving the results your actions would bring. And if that’s the case, you can choose to either find that commitment or to move on to something else. Your thoughts and actions are incredibly powerful. And to focus them in a particular direction, you must be absolutely convinced. Convincing yourself is indeed a challenge, and that’s as it should be. For when you truly convince yourself to do it, you have the power to make it so. ~ By Ralph Marston

Alisa Battaglia 2013