The Conflict of Self – by Stephen Metcalfe-Davies


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If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you. 
~ From The Gospel of St Thomas.
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Each of us are tasked to look within ourselves and bring forth the shadows that lie deep within us and then face them. Ancient Shamans and Indian tribes did this to bring balance to the self, a kind of psychic therapy. Facing your shadows would also mean that they are not projected into the physical world by your energy. How many of us run away from ourselves and instead, give in to fear and ego, a conflict of self. Recognize, that everything we see in this world is a result of our collective intentions and thoughts. The world is but a reflection, a mirror of those thoughts, positive and negative.

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The Universal Thread of Life – by Stephen Metcalfe-Davies


“Only when the last tree has died, and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money” Cree Indian Proverb.
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Wise words spoken such a long time ago, and yet it means more today than ever before. But are we listening ? We continue to ignore the warnings, we do not listen to those who offer alternative ways to live. We have achieved many technological breakthroughs, yet we continue to live isolated lives, separated from ourselves and the environment around us. We continue to compete with one another to achieve great materialistic wealth and possessions which we use to try and fill a void within us that can never be filled, so we consume more resources at an alarming rate for profit without the concern for what it’s doing to the ecosystem of the planet. We still think of everything as just things, trees are used for wood, animals are used for food, land is owned, sold or purchased, water must be paid for. We then fight with one another over these resources and go to war, causing more cycles of hate, loss of life and continuing the destruction of our planet. There is no winner of this game, it will continue unless we break the cycle and change it. We must be the change we wish to see in the world, it all starts with self. If we can change ourselves the system must change with us, we can start this by informing ourselves of what the truth is.

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The Reality and Truth of Existence – by Stephen Metcalfe-Davies


Nikola Tesla “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration”.
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I could not begin this article without giving recognition to one of the greatest minds of our time Nikola Tesla, however instead of receiving the credit he deserved, he was instead ridiculed and his work suppressed.

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Rise Warriors of the Rainbow – by Stephen Metcalfe-Davies


We have reached an important time in human history, moving from an age of fear and ignorance to an era of love and truth. This era will see humanity rise up together at a time when most feel all is lost. No more competition with each other, instead cooperation and we will rebuild our world together, saving the earth from ourselves and preserving it for all life, including that of our children. How do I know this? Because we are the warriors of the rainbow, all of us right now in this moment.

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Searching for Truth – My Story – by Stephen Metcalfe-Davies


On 29th June 1979 I arrived into this world, born prematurely and as a result spent many months in an incubator – only weighing one pound – a bag of sugar. I was not expected to pull through, but if I did I would have learning difficulties because of it. Thankfully I pulled through and went home with my mum and dad. I grew up in a big family; I was the youngest, with three half-brothers and half-sister. When I was old enough to go to school I had learning difficulties, as a result it meant I would be in the bottom classes. I spent most of my childhood on my own, as I had trouble mixing with other kids; I did not fit in and had very few friends. I was often bullied because I did not fit in and was different. (The world has not changed much).

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