Spiritual Wellbeing - Cocreation


Spiritual Wellbeing - Cocreation

Insights, reflections, discussions and resources to our most powerful truth - who is Man? how do we re-connect with nature, how do we co-create with all of Creation? How do remove the blocks to the awareness of Loves Presence, our natural Heritage?

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What does it mean to be a Co-creator, to be truly Alive?

The vision of humanity is as diverse as Nature and as singular as the Sun.


In these times of change and global shifts in Nature and Culture, we have the opportunity to awaken and stay awake – to live in an awakened way.  The complexities of life are simplified: what does it mean to be human? To be animal? To be consciousness in form?  To be spirit incarnate? 


What is the human potential?  Is it being able to make machines to see distant planets or fly to the moon?  Or is being able to live in right relationship with family and community, in right relationship with wild Nature and tended Nature, tending Nature in a way that supports life, that cultivates the force of Life which moves through all things?


BioSpiritual Permaculture is a support system for helping people step into their fullest potential as individuals and as communities.  When we live in right relationship with the 4 elements, we gain access to the 5th.  Whether that 5th be Co-creation, or Spirit, or God, or any other Divine name, it is a pathway to discovering and recovering our sacred powers as humans to Be.  Worldwide cultures have recognized the power of Light – from “Father Sun” to the “Ray” to “Chi,” we have within us and all around us access to cosmic Light that emanates from all Beings, sentient and insentient.  Eating, breathing, sun gazing, and simply being are all ways to absorb the mystery of Light that rises in the east to inspire us be alive.


Dwelling in a body in this lifetime, too, we have the blessed gift of senses and capacities to create.  Through song, dance, art of all forms, we have the gift of being able to give – to each other, to Nature, to the next generation, and to ourselves: the gift of art, the gift of celebration, the gift of life lived through us.  In our highest expression, we simply are life living itself out in this cosmic experiment of love, dancing through space going nowhere fast.


As we remember our deeper truths as Light, as Artists, we come to recall too, that we are Nature, that we are animal, that we are part of this great web of life, connected and related to all being everywhere.  It is not only a mystical truth of our Oneness, but a simple fact, based on perspective.  Yes, we are individuals in the relative reality, but in the absolute, we are the stars in form, we are Earth, we are land walking.  Our bodies are created from Earth’s elements, and are continually created, maintained, and destroyed on a cellular level.  Indeed, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva are within us as they are within all things everywhere.  The Great Spirit that moves through all things moves through us as much as mountains.  We simply make the choice to honor that Truth or avoid it.  So celebrate the naturalness of humanity and send gratitude to the infinite beings that support our Nature connection as such.


Marinating in our True Nature, we find that spark of Love that emanates from all of Nature, that is the operating system of animals, of plants, of fungi, of microbes…that simply is living with integrity to ourselves without thinking otherwise.  We share our Love with all of creation simply by remembering Right Relations in every interaction: in Nature and Culture.  It’s not rocket science; it’s simply awareness of our True Nature of Love in relationship with Love. 


All it takes is a shift in perspective to see that we are simply Nature and Light, Loving and Celebrating.  This cosmic dance of creation is all Nature and Light, and its all Loving and Celebrating.  Once we recognize the Power of these Truths, we gain access to the power of Co-Creation, the power of intention to create the world we want to live with.  Individually and collectively.  We simply dream the Dream, write the script, envision the Vision, and change begins to happen.  It’s not without effort, of course, but planting seeds of intention set the growth of a garden in motion.  We can’t have a forest without seeds sprouting, we can’t live in a forest garden without planting plants, and we cant live in abundance without tending to Life. 


In comes our role as stewards of Earth, of Life, of Nature, of our Ecological Selves…We are it all and when that Truth lures us back into relationship with Life, we must make the agreements to remember how to tend ourselves, each other, and the land in a sacred way.  We must support the unfolding of balance, such that Life simply happens with each of us as conscious engaged elements in the dynamic ecosystem of creation.  It’s all happening already, in patches around the globe, of indigenous people holding on the their lifeways, propagating a good message, as well as people reclaiming indigeneity to Land, to a Sacred Way of living.  And in these dynamic times where languages and borders are dissolving, what is needed is not a single culture, but a unified intention to re-create Culture.  



And then when future generations look back to this very moment, they will see that a shift occurred around the world, and people reclaimed their Power as Light, as Artists, as Nature, as Love, as Co-Creators…

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Comment by David on November 22, 2010 at 2:51pm
Hey there Billa, we're overlapping here... I dropped my post in here and took it up in your new thread

The shamans of the past, as it turns out, served the substances rather than the other way around. Some of them realised this, too late. Leary et al would have had every man a shaman, each with their own prescription.

Thankfully, as you say, Anastasia has relieved us of the need for these prosethtics.
Comment by Billa on November 22, 2010 at 2:27pm
Well, we could all come at this from many different angles, but what proliferates in my mind, is the comment Anastasia makes about prosthetics that proliferate in our reality because we have lost touch with our SUPER NATURAL POWERS ,

brain altering substances have served the shamans of eons past and indeed influenced a whole culture in the 60's/70's, to expand the mind beyond the confines of whatever confined it..

Anastasia is constantly challenging us to strip away the prosthetics, the artificially induced highs, or momentary material fixes, temporary mind expansion and false images and come back to our pure nature and pure essential self, that the creator already made perfect..

IF we dont give ourselves the opportunity to become raw and pure again, we cannot concieve children or a new culture that embodies our innate super-natural qualities.. hence be the ultimate message of the Siberian Lineage....
Comment by Craig Douglas Wedman on October 30, 2010 at 7:55am
If we could all just take the time..... to enjoy creation"the birds and the bees" it would help to open our minds to the vast truths about the world around us. Maybe if we were all treated kinder, and free from anger the veil would be lifted? It reminds me of when I kept bees, those were some of the most peacefull days I'd ever had. If you spend the time just watching them you can learn a great deal about co-creating and peaceful coexistance. The colony works together against extreme odds, yet their like mindedness creates the means for survival. This I think is similar to what us as kin are striving for to some extent? Maybe its just me??!
Comment by Billa on November 29, 2009 at 7:48pm
Power, properly understood, is the ability to achieve purpose. It is the strength required to bring about social, political, or economic changes. In this sense power is not only desirable but necessary in order to implement the demands of love and justice. One of the greatest problems of history is that the concepts of love and power are usually contrasted as polar opposites. Love is identified with a resignation of power and power with a denial of love. What is needed is a realization that power without love is reckless and abusive and that love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice. Justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love.
— The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Comment by Myo Myaing on August 28, 2009 at 5:12pm

I'm intrigued lately by circles.. the sacred symbols that man draws that represents the cosmos or the universe.. The circles are seen in the stone henge, the medicine wheels, tibetan sand mandalas, stupas, etc..

Tell me what you think..

Comment by tree on July 16, 2009 at 3:53am
hi all,
what angela says is true about the animals. i have a friend and former co-worker of mine used to work with jane goodall and diane fossey studying the gorillas in rwanda. she would spend hours each day just sitting with them and learning their habits. the main silverback male became quite friendly with her even to the point of trying to protect her from a visiting friend one day. the gorilla saw the "intruder" and even though ann let him know he was a friend he went up to him and started beating his chest and making sounds. naturally she was very touched by this display and confirmed to me many times of the gentleness these creatures have toward those whom they love.
Comment by Yuri Smirnov on June 3, 2009 at 11:16pm
Hi Angela,
It is really interesting what you are doing!
I heard and read about Horse whisperers a bit.
Do you know about Alexander Nevzorov with his "Nevzorov Haute Ecole" school?
I think he is doing something similar.
Comment by Angela Frey on June 2, 2009 at 10:55pm
Thanks Kali, I will do as soon as I find time. My son is just 6 weeks old and so I am learning to live on his time...I would love to share my Love for Nature and some of the lessons I have learned. Love Angela
Comment by David on May 26, 2009 at 11:15am
http://www.ballyoncree.com/ is a place I know of. Lots of provocative links to stuff there.

Also, a bit on the the commercial side, http://www.billiedean.com/

I've always been a bit shy with animals. They seem to be saying stuff and so patiently waiting for an answer. And pets love their food of course. I give them a pat and a nod. It's just a mutual and reasonable fear that separates me from wild animals. They don't need a pat. I don't have much more to offer beyond a projection of respect and love which is often acknowledged. I did meet a hyena face to face, eye to eye, in the wild once - at about ten metres. We looked at each other. I think he/she was saying something but I had to take it to mean "come any closer and I'lll eat you". After a few minutes we turned away. Giraffes, elephants and zebras are kind, at the right distance. Even lions and cheetah. Buffalo, hippos and rhino are generally grumpy if disturbed.
Comment by Billa on May 26, 2009 at 10:00am
Hi Angela - I am very interested in this - tell us more about what you teach.. please start a discussion here about Inter-Life Communication so we can all learn more from you - Love Kali

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