Posted by: annelies3 | January 18, 2010

When does an idea become a reality?

The characters from the jaarsma clan


The original concept of my idea on the awakening and ascension project – Ascension topics through The Jaarsma Clan – was partly inspired through the Enneagram’s nine personality types; the character roles we all play.

Enneagram formulas helped me to build an ascension journey plot. ‘Program planet earth.’
It was important that I was going to express all the nine ways in which my readers could perceive their physical reality. By using the dynamics of the Enneagram, each character came alive. My readers will be able to see themselves in each of the personality types in my novels, and therefore relate to their ups and downs during these transformative times.
When I mention that I was partly inspired, it was the energy of POWAH, written about in: How I was been reminded of my Soul Purpose in this life. , It was that one time experience that started me on my own journey.
I was shown a star map kind of symbol during 1974 that I could only translate in the way I have done above.
In order to walk the ascension journey during this life I was told that I needed to write about this journey through parables, through story telling. Part from my one profound psychic experience during the seventies, the years that followed were mostly occupied with research through reading, practiced through several art media, and lived by exploring the dynamics of relationships.
My radio interview expresses better where I’m coming from.
I do not channel or follow any kind of belief or dogmatic tradition. I love everything that has been written surrounding this fascinating topic, but I was clearly told to be true to myself and only write about what I myself experience or can perceive at that moment. Which is to be a spiritual being, having a human experience. Nothing more
I have now reached my own third stage of an awareness level where LETTING GO OF THE OLD must be practised every day. I can truly say, my orginal idea has been wel researched and is now proceeding towards an illumination stage, when Vanisning Worlds and The Body Codes of Light decoding book in print..
If you have an intent, and keep imagine it, it will become real.
author Nadine May

Nadine May

Posted by: annelies3 | January 18, 2010

What we can imagine, can we make that for real?

In the “real” world, anything is possible, but we don’t always believe it. We limit ourselves to what we have already experienced, or what we can see, or feel. But the truth is that we are creating our reality everyday, just the same way that film-makers are making movies. We’re writing our script, and acting it out. If we want to change something, we can change it. We have that power. The movie Avatar is once again proof that being the observer, by looking into an illusionary world, we can often allow ourselves to be transported into another reality…
Avatar is the first movie we went to see in 2010, and I hope that the message in the movie has inspired as many visitors as it has me. The story is not all that original, but the special effect make up for it. The colourful landscapes of Pandora are enchanting. To express the effect this movie had on me, I asked all my characters of the Jaarsma Clan to give their own version of the movie Avatar.
The story, set in the year 2154 involves a mission by U. S. Armed Forces to an earth-sized moon of another planet, which harbours a global secret, and it orbits around a massive planet. This new world, Pandora, is a rich source of a mineral Earth desperately needs. It’s a vital fossil fuel known as Unobtainium.
Pandora harbours a planetary forest that is inhabited by a peacefully humanoid indigenous species the Navi. They are a blue-skinned, golden-eyed race of slender giants, each one perhaps 12 feet tall, twice the height of humans, and ridiculously well-toned. The atmosphere is not breathable by humans, and the landscape makes us pygmies. Small graceful details like a floating creatures that looks like a cross between a blowing dandelion seed and a drifting jellyfish appear like light being entities (they remind me of the Language of Light symbols in Tieneke’s mind drawing workbook ) float amongst astonishing cloud-islands with exotic flora and fauna. It is a feast for the eye.
To venture out of our landing craft, we humans have managed to create Na’vi look-alike creatures that we can grown organically. They are mind-controlled by their own human who, when we transformed into them, remain in a trance-like state on the ship. (reminded me of the Matrix. )While acting as avatars, they (we) see, fear, taste and feel like Na’vi, and have all the same physical adeptness.
The true Na’vi survive on this planet by knowing it well, living in harmony with nature, and being wise about the creatures they share life with. They know how to tame another species to carry them around — not horses, but graceful flying dragon-like creatures. The scene that involves Jake capturing and taming one of these great beasts is one of the film’s greatest sequences.
Pandora represents not even a remote threat to Earth, but we humans nevertheless send in ex-military mercenaries to attack and conquer them. Gung-ho warriors employ machine guns and pilot armored hover ships on bombing raids. The dark sinister theme of the movie is that marine generals and corporate exploiters would like to kill Pandora and its Goddess Eywa. ( Such a sharp reflection on what humanity does today)
The world view of the Na’vi reminded me of the Qur’anic verse: “The seven heavens and the earth”. The phrase “I see you” which is the Na’vi greeting (with the emphasis on SEE), expresses a truth that only by actually seeing each other as fellow human beings and fellow creatures can we live in harmony. Although they are “aliens”, the representation of the Na’vi in the film evoked images of tribal people all over the world.
The hero of the movie, Jake Sully, who is a paraplegic, has been recruited because he’s a genetic match for a dead identical twin, for whom an expensive avatar was created.. In the avatar state he can walk again, and as his payment for this duty he will be given a very expensive operation to restore movement to his legs. In theory he’s in no danger, because if his avatar in destroyed, his human form remains untouched.
Jake begins as a good soldier and then goes native after his life is saved by the lithe and brave Neytiri, a blue-skinned giantess with golden eyes and a long, supple tail, and yet, sexy. Jake finds it is indeed true, as the aggressive Colonel briefed them, that nearly every species of life on Pandora wants him for lunch.
Every single shot is just so full of detail that you literally open your eyes wider to take as much in as you can before each change of scene. It contains such visual detailing that it would reward a repeat viewing. At one stage Jake as an Avatar, has to run for his life, but try explaining that to charging 30-ton rhino with a snout like a bullet head shark.
The training of the human scouting team “to ensure that we get what we want. ” sets the wheels in motion to cancel any attempts at diplomacy in favour of a final solution. This statement seems to me to be filled with meanings on which to meditate. Even the name of the substance that the humans are willing to kill for Unobtainium is also full of meaning. Of course, the “things” we think we must have at all costs are unobtainable because “things” never satisfy.
I’ll be seeing it again…just in the hope of absorbing a bit more of the visual splendour. The spectacular scenery, the magical living conditions and the telepathic communications with all animals and nature on this planet comes across as a utopian world. Especially the beautiful illuminated light being creatures, that truly gives the movie a spiritual flavour.
Like Jakes says, he is not sure anymore which reality is for real, his life on Pandora, or as Jake. The message is to save planet Earth NOW, before it is to late, by adopting a flat-out Green and anti-war message, The movie reminded me that we are in our third awakening stage, because…
At the end of the movie Jake, and some others are offered to a choice of staying on Pandora, and in the film only a handful choose to do that. In that moment it tells the viewer the most important message. WAKE UP!

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Nadine May