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    Saturday, February 21, 2009

    floWer Power

    wolF is Flow.
    floW:
    The consciousness that allows (al owls).
    Allows what is already in this moment to be.
    Then, at the same time, allowing change to happen.
    floWer
    A being that has mastered floW.
    The time to refloW is NOW.

    Namaste

    19 comments:

    Jim said...

    Of course! FLOWer. Wolfer.

    Maestro Flores has referred to ayahuasca as helping people flower. Hence his name Flores (flower).

    To be a flower is to flow. How sweet. Hummingbirds figured it out for sure, and of course the bees.

    To bee or not to bee.

    The honey of gnosis.

    word veri: unfrit (N' FRUIT, to be in fruit.)

    Jim said...

    Happy floWering Day!

    With the golden hermes awards tonight, hosted by the wolverine from oz and the underdog humble film, slumdog millionaire likely to win.

    seems to be saying something.

    edis

    soundlessdawn said...

    Just received this in my Inbox today.

    This guy is a Human Flower:

    http://www.solarhealing.com/

    He is reported to be living on sunlight and water alone (supervised 411 day fast by Univ. of Pennsylvania).

    Interesting timing yet again Mr. Jake.

    soundlessdawn said...

    Also from this type of "sun gazing" his Pineal gland has been found to be enlarging.. Not shrinking.. which is normally found in the aging brain.

    R Arrowsmith said...

    Lol! Nice one Jake. Fits perfectly with the idea of the Wolf bringing about the Flowering of human consciousness.
    As for the link by Soundless Dawn to the Solar Healing guy who lives off of the Suns rays, I've heard of similar things in the past. Shame we only get a few days of Sunshine a year in Scotland! Now if it was grey cloud energy, instead of solar energy, then I'd be basking in it's glorious grey rays on a daily basis! :)

    Jake Kotze said...

    I think animals and plants can teach us through syncs like these.

    There physical presence is sacred yet even there symbols (images, drawings, paw prints, names etc) have resonance that can enlighten us.

    The essence of the animal extends beyond its physical form and penetrates us.

    I think we are returning to a time where our consciousness is indivisible from plants and animals (this time round including machines).

    I feel this is why Egyptians, Native Americans, Mayans etc had such a interrelated relationship with animals. Depicting themselves as half animal etc..
    It's because it was literally true.
    Then there are the shamans who say they can become animals. Bet ya it's literally true as well.

    Animals are also not static and are evolving. Heard about this parrot on the 'legit news' that could talk and even made up new words.

    Later floWers

    Jim said...

    Flower = RE Flow

    Re (RA) Horus of the horizon... in the da flow.


    word veri: amons AMON!

    A Few Shots to Shaman said...

    On the fool card there is almost always a Flower and Dog. Think Buddhas flower sermon where all he does is pick up the flower. Saying nothing.



    Johnny Depps From Hell is a poorly done adaptation to an Alan Moore comic. Same Alan Moore from Watchmen and V for Vendetta

    aferrismoon said...

    I imagine that we are all the flowers plants animals bugs stars planets etc etc, that's why they live. They = Us.
    Adam named all the animals and thangs as it knew all of them as it knew itself.
    Perhaps why we live in a state of flux as we don't really have instinct.
    Many animals could be considered as 'humans' who gave up evolving, as perhaps we see with humans who demand the animalistic tendencies - repetition - at the workplace , consistency in relationships, acceptance of lunar cycles and other.
    Possibly the wolf lying down with the lamb indicates that humanility comes with 'adapting'

    A PKDick short story called PIPER IN THE WORDS [ I think] deals with an army base on a colony whose personell start 'acting as plants'

    Cheers

    aferrismoon said...

    Using F changing to P [ in Euro-semitic alphabets[ we get Plower/ Plougher.
    Could plow the sea instead of so much land and then one really flows.
    Maritime/ Cosmos stylee, like u used to sink , but now synch, taoistlike, to the [f]lowest leVel.
    Even won is now

    wordswords
    cheers

    R. T. said...

    -->ferrismoon

    ..and to add to that line of thought Zizek is speculating about Heidegger notorious engagement with the german "fug" and "fugen" which means something like "plough" (or rather the track in the ground, having turned the earth) and "to plow". The crass "fuck" and "fucking" most likely originates in this german farmer slang for grounding the earth with seeds..

    I once had a vision I had I millions flowers in me waiting to explode.

    Jim said...

    I asked Juan Flores if we are destined to evolve into plants and he said yes. In the end that is what will happen. From what I understand souls can evolve spiritually so they do not need to incarnate here on earth, but instead they have a plant that does as their earthly part of their body. Its as if when we move beyond duality we can become earthly plants yet heavenly spirits. That is why we can communicate with past healers and masters through ingestion of various plants. They are the bridge.

    Photosynthesis is where we are going clearly.

    aferrismoon said...

    Seems with The Garden of Eden, The Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, Yggdrasil that all our knowledge = indicoctave of our pathS evolutionaire.
    We do seem to have a plethora of plant-based religious systems as well as the Evolutionary Tree.
    Photosynthesis - I guess for humans this = converting sun radiation. We seem to do this very slowly by eating plants and animal sun-radiation absorbers, while the direct effect can be done just by breathing. I assumed breathing = human photsynth.
    There's a lot of greening around , incl. the recent comet, which is flying 'backwards'

    cheers

    Timor said...

    Hei Jim your comment tell the same thing that ayahuasca said me in the last ceremony. Very good.
    The sweet grandmother said me that we are coming cross-bred with the plant kingdom and that the plants are interdimensional beings more evoluted than ourselves because they are One with the planet, know the cosmic kingdom like a tree knows the sky and maintains the memories of all our dreams as species. Every time one human interfaces with the plant, it recorders memories and dreams and exchanges its archives. So after that knowledge becomes available for all the people that drink ayahuasca.
    So many time I've seen ayahusca moves like a snake in my brain looking thirstily for information and activating lost memories.
    She said me that in not so much time we will be all one with the planetary consciousness.
    We will see!

    Ciao from Italy

    Anadæ Effro said...

    Merci, Monsieur Kotze, merci. I had only just Gno-ticed the reams of young, flowering blooms that I'd planted last year, breaking the Terra Mater's growing medium, a wonderful sign of Her returning fecundity after the icy grip of Grandfather Winter.

    As an inveterate psychonaut my(s)elf, I'm awe-ways intrigued by the accounts of others who've climbed the Vine of the Soul. So, thanx to y'all who've done so here.

    Intriguingly enough, a year ago last October I'd met Graham Hancock & Santha Faiia when they'd stopped over at the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors on the NYC leg of their book tour for "SUPERNATURAL: Meetings With The Ancient Teachers Of Mankind", who they contend are interdimensional therianthropes.

    Why, even the well-respected Peruvian curandero (Ayahuasca shaman) Pablo Amaringo did the cover for their book. Remember though, that the Vine's sacred songs are called "icaros", keenly similar to the mythological character, Icarus.

    Yes, we are ever-merging with plan(e)t consciousness, a key behind who & what der Hulder Volk (the Hidden people) or elves really are.

    Thanking all the Beautiful People,
    Anadæ Effro ( ;-)}

    R Arrowsmith said...

    Due to an overwhelming number of Pan synchronicities I got hold of Hancocks 'Supernatural', and was fascinated by the therianthrope/halfman-halfbeast cave paintings. They seemed to resonate on such a deep level I decided to tattoo a cyclopean therianthrope on my ankle. Since 'The Horned One' became part of me I feel like Pan has become somthing of a guide while I voyage into the heart of his Labyrinth. At first it was a little scary, now it feels natural, and I've absolutely no idea what I'm going to find in the centre.
    Like Hancocks book title suggests, I think the therianthrope Pan could very well be the 'Ancient Teacher of Mankind'. Pan the Greenman, Lord of the Plants.

    Anadæ Effro said...

    Hey Richard, hey. Thank you for the revelation. It was for that very reason that I'd had my ealiest ink be significant as well, that being the seven-eyed, seven-horned Lamb of Revelation from the Book of St John the Revelator, not, as popularly misconstrued as a book of prophecy, but an alchemical text for personal transformation, if only for those with the eyes to comprehend.

    Friend gave me this just earlier this morning, "The Tattoo is the Mark of the Soul. It can act as a window Through which we can see Inside, Or it can be a Shield to protect us from those Who cannot see past the Surface!" I'm happy to learn of your own self-empowerment therefrom.

    Speaking of Pan, do a search on the Meta•Realist artist & Rosicrucian Johfra. Born Johannes Franciscus van der Berg, he later simplified it to just Johfra. He painted many enchanting canvases. One is a goat-headed Pan. Another is himself as Pan. Both have red hair.

    Looking for the beauty in it all,
    Anadæ Effro ( ;-)}

    R Arrowsmith said...

    Andae - Great link! Love this picture of the 'Lord of the Woodlands':
    http://www.earthrites.org/turfing/uploads/jof.pan.359.jpg
    I'm what the professional tattooists would call a 'scratcher' as I've never been apprenticed, but I believe there's something powerful about putting a symbol on your body. Every time I look at mine they're like triggers for the subconscious. All the symbolism that I associate with that particular symbol/deity/whatever comes to the forefront of the mind. I have Pan, the One eyed Therianthrope, Quetzalcoatl the Plumed Serpent, and an Ant/Spider design inspired by the Nazca lines in Peru. I think it's important to constantly evolve our belief systems, but also our bodies and the way we perceive ourselves. From personal experience I'd certainly recommend a tattoo.

    Anadæ Effro said...

    Richard, that's beautiful. It never ceases to a-maze me that the farther into the future the human species goes, what with the further specialisation & furtherance of technology, the more that the ancient techniques of self-empowerment, such as body modification, continue to resurface. Another excellent online gallery of the Meta•Realist School master Johfra's oeuvre is there. Why, everything that anyone who's interested in the artist whose talent, indeed, supersedes (super-seeds!) my own, is right there.

    Have thy(s)elf & thine a wondrously wonder-fill'd weekend, y'all,
    Anadæ Effro ( :-)}