Friday, April 3, 2015

Journeys of intuitive wisdom, community, reflection and change

Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck, author, resident of Pacifica.  Book: "Passenger: A divinely inspired comedy."  Excerpt from Amazon/Look Inside preview/Chapter 1, page 7, or Amazon Kindle Edition.

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"Be the change you want
to see in the World." *
"The Bus Arrives On Time or All Aboard!  He caught the last bus leaving after he had finished work at the data processing office. He walked up the stairs of the bus; the door of the bus shut quickly behind him with a definite "CLACK!" and the wheels of the bus began to roll 'round. The bus was empty save for the seats, the driver and himself. He heard a voice that sent a sudden chill down his spine, and the words formed by that voice, "Destination Hell, please take your seat!"

Looking up quickly to the driver's face, Tim grasped in horror to see a sight he could not believe. Matching the voice he couldn't believe he had heard was the face which was impossible for him to be seeing, that of his father. Gawking for a moment in disbelief, Tim hesitantly forced himself to speak, "A...Are you my father? I mean, you look just like...and...and you sound exactly---... But, you died...I mean...the was closed...and I couldn't bring myself to...I mean, that's not how I wanted to remember...But Mom, she saw and...the news...the bus did crash...and you...what...what is this? Who are you?Read more.   Also see the book summary.

Preview last page/back cover.  ..... "Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck was slightly unnerved as to the question of why any greater conscious entity, as the masses tend to claim, would construct a being to feel pain and be privy to the inevitability of the cessation of its existence. After a great deal of independent study as a young adult the answer to this question became clear: transmutation of energy."

Reference, Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck, author. B.A. English (creative writing), and B.A. Religious Studies, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. "I am who?"  "Hi! I'm Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck. Currently the home of the long work in-progress "The Chronicles of the Angels of Eden." Prior to this, I wrote about a conception of divinity that might be helpful for those willing to think outside of organized religion, and subsequently a place for me to flex my creative muscles as I devoted a year of blogging to short fiction. Enjoy!"   

Um, growing-up to be me.
That's a core species value.
Related, book in process. "The Chronicles of the Angels of Eden", five (5) ending chapter sentences.  Chapter 21.... “Why, that sounds exactly like the daydream I was having several days ago.” All the angels turned and stared at Casarta.“What?” Asked Casarta.“We do not believe in coincidences.” Darwith replied.  Chapter 24.... As they reflected on what their own minds seemed capable of, and Casarta honed the focus of her personal mind, the way the city of Dedicated took shape made sense to them all within the context of the many conceptions the people of the city put into its inner workings every day.  Chapter 25... The inn-keeper stared at Dedicated for a moment, recognized something in his eyes, took a deep gulp, poured Enoch a cup of wine, and passed it to him. “If you speak no more of your journeys this night, you can have another on the house!” Chapter 49, part 1... The in-human-form-incarnate angels watched grateful that their influence could in some way cause great joy in people’s lives, just as they’d experienced their influence cause great suffering in those of others. Chapter 53.... "Light Within nodded in agreement. She bid farewell to her aunts, sisters, and cousins, and followed Draeel’s lead toward meeting a family she never had before." 

Related, Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck. Tygarjas Tygarjas Twyrls Bigstyck: Books.  Tygarjas Twyrls Blog blog. You Tube video, addressing city council, 4/28/14, regarding the death of Errol Chang. 

Reference, definition -" The Law of Perpetual "Transmutation of Energy" - "All persons have within them the power to change the conditions of their lives. Higher vibrations consume and transform lower ones; thus, each of us can change the energies in our lives by understanding the Universal Laws and applying the principles in such a way as to effect change." " 12 Immutable Universal Laws."

Related, personal development organizations.  Peter Shepherd/Trans4mind, "an oasis for unbounded thinking and personal development." “I believe you can have a much better life if you are true to your core self, therefore guided by love and intuitive inner knowing. You can be an oasis in the lives of your family, friends and community, to uplift their lives with your presence, to help make the world a better place.Ram Dass, artist, 3/20/14. "Open Heart Extra - Transmutation of Energy." If I am at one point, when something happens in my field, my environmental field, that’s negative, what I say is, “That brings me down,” meaning it caught me in its model of how it all is. When I am able to transmute energy, I can take that energy that was connected with that act itself and I can move it up my chakras and get high from it. Right? Not only can I get high from it, but I can give back a place which frees the other person from it as well."  Collective Evolution/about, includes an embedded 15:35 minute Tedx video by Joe Martino about growing-up and change .  "We (CE) believe in creating change by thinking outside the box. We aim to challenge the current status quo by shaking up how we currently think about the world. We encourage and inspire each other to take action with the goal of bringing to life a bright future for us all. This means living sustainably, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, creating a relationship with oneself and shaping a better world together. We value balance in our world, which means examining all aspects of our lives. We cover alternative news, health, science and an accessible, non-new-agey brand of spirituality." 

Note graphics. Man at sunrise from line image buddy, * caption quotation from the related Peter Shepherd/Trans4mind link. Tiger from the cover of  the Tygarjas "Passenger" book, on the related Tygarjas Facebook.

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