I am a propelling force for physical immortality in this world. I’m telling you this because the question was posed last weekend at our monthly event at People Unlimited. Everyone is propelling something in their lives whether consciously or not, so it’s a great question to answer. I am happy to be a propelling force for physical immortality and a new species in this world. I refuse to promote death. I love to be alive and I love the feeling of wanting others alive, therefore I have chosen to be a propelling force for our aliveness, for our physical immortality.
Sounds too simple, doesn’t it? Well, it is simple – simply wonderful – but I can tell you it takes true greatness to really live it. It requires a fluid state of being without control to be successful at being a propelling force for physical immortality. It takes openness and letting go - of the ego and all its measurements and selfish needs. You have to go big – bigger than yourself, bigger than your family, your peer-group, your race, your country. You have to stretch out and see way beyond what you have known, beyond any kind of lack or poverty of being. How do you do this, you might ask? There is no formula - but it all comes from being with other people. You have to be willing to open the self and let down the barriers. No one person can contain all there is – the wisdom comes from seeing the world through other people’s eyes and senses as well as your own. The only thing that matters is who you give yourself to, who you choose to align yourself with. If you think you can escape this by keeping to yourself, consider that not making a conscious choice for your life simply puts you in alignment by default with the death cult of billions of unconscious people following each other to the gas chambers without questioning whether escape is a possibility.
Physical immortality is a high state of being - an adventure worth jumping into. I’m excited that I searched out the best propelling force in this world to get behind. I am proud to be physically immortal. I am thrilled that I have purpose and meaning to my life and that I want to be more every day, not less. If I am not a propelling force for greatness, then what? Aging? Deterioration? Depression? Not for me – and contrary to what many people think, surrendering my separate ego in favor of the diversity of the whole has actually given me a more defining sense of self than I ever had – I have discovered more about who I really am and my individual gifts and contribution than ever before.
P.S. The weekend event was a thrilling and stirring time as always – great being with my people, having fun, going deep with living and giving to our actions to promote physical immortality and togetherness in this world that so badly needs real answers.