Conscious Mapping


Conscious Mapping requires the awareness , the knowledge that all things that we are thinking of is constantly mapped onto the world or worlds, people are worlds, or universes, would you agree?

From my last video, the Great Ruse, please see….we are brought to awareness that A reconfiguration is Needed….

What to reconfigure is the mapping of our stories, through alchemy, through love, through care, kindness…?

Remember our story is the stream of organic data that is filtered through our Souls or our anima mundi world wanderer…

if you change your perceptions of the world, you change your experience of the worlds.
If you clear the ancestral programming that have programmed you to always struggle.

Do not focus on the placement of what you see , where the feather drifts to…Focus on how you drive the feather…

The world as it appears to each and every person dwelling here, represents the enfolding of recorded stories, as its been said before, the energy of what you feel you bring into the world….

Conscious Mapping is the observation of your story and how your story can be changed….

Conscious Mapping explains how our perceptions change the scale and your personal mapped or recorded experience of the world.

Thus the Map of the world is constantly changing, not so?

the mapping changes the experience of the world

The world is the ever changing conscious mapping of your perceptions and experiences.

So more simpler here,
We are living in a changing world, because we change our stories, and this we change and influence the stories of the worlds.
Remember i said People are worlds or universes….

some examples of how a group of conscious people can change the mapping of the world or their synchronized story to change your story goes hand in hand with what i had mentioned in the Ruse video, for resource , and resource is energy…
Its a giant Story…..The world is scripted…
each and every single iota of elements, and objects are functioning on a scroll…..
this makes me laugh when the

Memetics is the study of information and culture based on an analogy with Darwinian evolution. Proponents describe memetics as an approach to evolutionary models of cultural information transfer. Memetics describes how an idea can propagate successfully, but doesn’t necessarily imply a concept is factual.

Critics contend the theory is “untested, unsupported or incorrect”.

The term meme was coined in Richard Dawkins’ 1976 book The Selfish Gene, but Dawkins later distanced himself from the resulting field of study.[3] Analogous to a gene, the meme was conceived as a “unit of culture” (an idea, belief, pattern of behaviour, etc.) which is “hosted” in the minds of one or more individuals, and which can reproduce itself in the sense of jumping from the mind of one person to the mind of another. Thus what would otherwise be regarded as one individual influencing another to adopt a belief is seen as an idea-replicator reproducing itself in a new host. As with genetics, particularly under a Dawkins  interpretation, a meme’s success may be due to its contribution to the effectiveness of its host.

The Usenet newsgroup alt.memetics started in 1993 with peak posting years in the mid to late 1990s.[4] The Journal of Memetics was published electronically from 1997 to 2005.


But We have more Power, than we realize

1. Fire


Fire represents the igniting impulse of thought and of Will. It is the spark of inspiration, the AHA moment. It also represents your fundamental animating life force, the FIRE that causes you to do what you do. When you talk about feeling “fired up,” or being creatively “on fire,” you’re experiencing the element fire in its psychological aspect. This is the element that people often try to overbalance in their psychological make up, and often end up overdoing it. But too much psychological fire can also cause anger, aggravation and stress; not enough can cause weakness, diffidence and lack of motivation.
2. Water


Water represents the receptive impulse of thought. It is your ability to receive inspiration from the universe. It also represents your emotions, and your ability to be in tune with them. Artists and empaths are excellent at working with the element of water: Of creative inspiration, dreams and emotional intelligence. With the right amount of water element, you can receive great insights into your life, your projects and your relationships, if you are out of balance with the fire element, you’ll never have the willpower to actually make your great ideas into tangible things!
3. Air


Air represents the intellect, and reason. It is the logical faculty, the ability of the mind to analyze and reason through situations. This is the element of all great mathematicians, scientists, lawyers, programmers and anybody else who works with pure intellect. With enough of the air element, you can reason through complex situations that would easily overwhelm others. But too much, and you can easily find yourself in “analysis paralysis,” unable to actually take any actions because you’re too caught up in the rational mind. Without enough water—intuition—or fire—willpower—you can easily find yourself lost in your own indecision. But with not enough air, you can have all the willpower and intuition you want, but you could still easily find yourself taking rash and irrational actions!
4. Earth


Earth represents the aspect of mind that is manifested as our own body, and as the physical world. It also represents how we manifest into the physical world. With the right amount of fire (willpower), water (intuition and creative receptivity) and air (reason), you can manifest just about anything into earth (the material world). Therefore, earth classically represents the summation of the prior three elements.

This isn’t the only way to think about the elements, but it’s a good start. Once your start getting a handle on the elements as aspects of your own psyche, then you can start thinking about how to balance them. Get all four elements balanced and working in harmony, and you have everything you need to do anything you want in life.

If they’re out of balance, of course, you’ll find yourself getting in your own way and constantly throwing off your own plans and frustrating yourself, because you’ll be all out of whack and dancing through life like you have two left feet.

This is why balancing the elements, which is one of the most basic of all magical exercises, is also the most important—and needs to be persisted in as a regular, hygienic activity.

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