Are You Voluntarily Reducing Yourself?

Are you voluntarily reducing yourself?

Are YOU making yourself less than you actually are?

If you know something..you know it.
If you feel something…it is so.

In that moment it is irrelevant “how” you know/feel it, or “from what/which” source, “who else” does it and “what will they think”.

All of this is irrelevant, self-belittling, and requiring disciplining, ‘mind clutter’. ūüėČ It contradicts your inner wisdom, and is only programming absorbed since your birth, from the maintained and current ignorance around you.

It was seen as necessary to ridicule and ignore, to remove or reduce, our natural instincts and intuition, simply because they could not be understood within the ignorance of English.

As there was no means to understand these concepts when establishing society, they needed to be over-ruled, and the handy “nothing exists unless there is a tool by which it can be measured,” proclamation made in Victorian times, to quickly allow focus to be on economic development, served this purpose.

Of course they, and it, were WRONG, and your feelings and knowings are RIGHT for you, and have been all along. ūüôā

War And Peace? Isn’t It War OR Peace?

Assalamu alaikum and Shalom to all of us in the middle east area!

I saw another interesting documentary on events happening in your part of the world. ūüôā

Amazing beings kept ignorant to market weaponry is all I see, whenever I observe warring places now.
People maintained in their ignorance, to create a continued market for weapons.

Also, ridiculous borders that were never designed to work, but designed to allow continued success at further procurement, to add only to economic progress, under the guise of being helpful.

And don’t we all just want respect? ¬† It is a natural part of our design and our human need…of course we do.

Battles are never with each other, but only inside ourselves.

The only ‘battle’ we ever have is our own Self realization.
A completely internal ‘battle’ with our own inner realization of ourselves.

And then it is the realization and acceptance of this fact, that enables the spreading of real peace.
Weaponry only creates the need for weaponry. 

Are we brave enough?

Brave enough to realize and accept that all this fighting has been in ignorance?

And don’t many of us who haven’t compulsory military service, go into armies/war partly attracted by a need for courage, camaraderie, strengthening of sexually energy from segregation, and to do something for our country?
Leaving aside for the moment the attraction of having your children educated, a steady paycheck, guaranteed career advancement, respect gained from a ‘title’, all of which were an enormous draw card for developing Britain. ¬†My own British family all took this route.
Can you see how we were made dependent upon continued military actions being made necessary?

All of us wherever we are?  Our current societies DEPEND upon military involvement.

It takes much greater courage, camaraderie and all the above;) to stand on the edge of the unknown….

It is totally time we do something different, so we can do something appropriate!

We have been doing the same stupid thing for centuries, even though we have advanced our knowings/education/research in all other matters!
Can I remind you again that it is chimpanzees that need to have warring situations, as they do not have language? ¬†ūüėČ

We can now even speak the same language as the people we are in a confrontation with! ūüėÄ It is crazy not to just talk it out! ūüėÄ

No matter what your beliefs or lifestyle, if you are picking up, or holding an invention, created to harm another, all you are reduced to being IS A PAWN ON A CHESS GAME!

I know…..let’s play a better game that suits our design, and allows us to be the amazing creative beings we are!

Blessings ūüôā

Rules For Being Human.

  • First bit is not written by me but by ‘Anonymous. ¬† I have an idea who, but who am I to blow someone’s cover.;) ¬†It is ¬†excellent and I consider it well worth sharing here.
  • A few tips from me to put it into practice!.


You will receive a body.  You may like it or hate it, but it will be yours for the entire period this time around.

You will learn lessons.  You are enrolled in a full-time informal school called Life.  Each day in this school you will have the opportunity to learn lessons.  You may like the lessons or think them irrelevant and stupid.

There are no mistakes, only lessons.¬†Growth is a process of trial and error experimentation. ¬†The “failed” experiments are as much a part of the process as the experiment that ultimately “works”.¬†

A lesson is repeated until it is learned.  A lesson will be presented to you in various forms until you have learned it.  When you have learned it, you can go on to the next lesson.

Learning lessons does not end.  There is no part of life that does not contain lessons.  If you are alive, there are lessons to be learned.

“There” is no better than “here”.¬†When your “there” has become a “here”, you will simply obtain another “there” that will, again, look better than “here”.

Others are simply mirrors of you.  You cannot love or hate something about another person unless it reflects to you something you love or hate about yourself.

What you make of your life is up to you.  You have all the tools and resources you need.  What you do with them is up to you.  The choice is yours.

The answers lie inside you. ¬†The answers to life’s questions lie inside you. ¬†All you need to do is look, listen and trust.

You will forget all this.  By Anonymous.       

It may seem hard at first to trust that what you need to know lies inside you, but let me assure you that it does.  You are not alone by any means.

Get to know inside yourself. ¬†Spend time exploring inside you. ¬†It is a skill to navigate our consciousness, and has only been ridiculed or named as “hippy” or “new age” by those unfamiliar, and insecure with themselves, and seeking to feel better and on familiar ground again…until they don’t again.

Our ground is not familiar though, and feeble short-term attempts to feel secure on it, will only maintain the unhappiness, that is escalating and spreading in phenomenal proportions the world over.

We are so much more than we are currently being.  The only cure is for us to Be more! : )

Talking ‘Bout Our Inventions : The Chair

  • 1. Natural rest positions for the human body
  • 2. What is ‘to sit’.
  • 3. All about ¬†‘the chair’
  • 4. The historic reason behind it, & original promotion.
  • 5. Healthy alternatives.

The ‘Chair’ invention is a just a sculpture we can ‘sit’ on. ¬†

To ‘sit is to fold /bend ourselves into an unnatural resting position for us. ¬†

Our natural sitting position is for us to fold our legs with our seat bone or pelvic base  perpendicular to the floor, and our buttocks forming a natural cushioning for us as our weight is held distributed, by the weight of our folded legs limbs in front of us.  

Our energy is able to flow unrestricted and evenly in this position.  Our head is upright, enabling a good vantage point to see all around us, our arms can rest in our lap, or be free to engage in whatever.

To sustian this position may require only a change in leg crossing, unless feet are able to be placed up onto a thigh, which can prevent any loss of fluid or energy circulation at all.

This is about as comfortable a resting position as is available to us in human form.  It is common to all human beings at all ages once a child can walk.

It is the position of choice for long periods of ¬†non-standing or non full recline. ¬†It is the natural position for meditations, asnd is still common in Western Society but mostly known as sitting ‘cross legged’ and restricted only to the children in schools, becoming less popular as someone ages, if never done again .

Extremely successful marketing is the reason our natural seated position has become a thing of the past.

Chairs were promoted and enforced in Britain and Western Europe, ¬†by etiquette using the language to ” get ourselves off the floor so we did not look like savages.” ¬†

Wood carving was enormously popular at this time, wood craftsmanship, wood carving tools created for purchase, tree felling, and mastery over the environment, to make use of that which was provided, without any strategies for long term management in place.

‘Governing by etiquette’ ‘having’ to have, being one of the ‘haves’ rather than the ‘have-nots’ was a powerful method of making sure people bought chairs. ¬†They were a vital part of social structures, social gatherings, entertaining, and meeting. ¬†It was noticed by all of your social status’ or ‘class’ whether you were able to afford the latest most popular chairs.

To make furniture to earn money;  to contribute to the economy;  to be a furniture maker.   These were considered at the time, with the knowledge available, more important than a human body being in a healthy rest position.

Sitting crossed legged cannot be beaten or improved upon by any invention as this ‘sit’ is just the natural way our legs fold. ¬†People who have discomfort doing this, are those with other body health issues such as obesity, or another cause of inflexibility, which may be as simple as unfamiliarity with sitting without a chair!

We know now, that a healthy chair – or a chair that is comfortable for the human body, is a design that has us in an elevated kneeling position.

I never had a good relationship with chairs. ¬†My life began with my mother making it clear that she considered the chair she let me sit on;) to be more valuable to her than myself! ¬†These chairs were uncomfortable wooden adult chairs, the wrong height for a small child and without a cushion. ¬†I wanted to kneel to raise my height to reach the table’s surface. ¬†I was yelled at for endangering the chair with the possibility of being scratched by the buckles of my sandles and made to “sit back down properly child!

I would love aeroplanes to have us lie in a stacked tier structure, similar to something I saw on the movie the Fifth Element, when Bruce Willis  needed to travel to another planet.  Planes would be able to fit just as many people in, perhaps more, and certainly our bodies would be much more comfortable.

Yes I have chairs, but I am able to sit cross-legged in them, or to recline in another way.  Those Japanese design ones that fold up and can also be a mattress are handy too.  Do spend some time, whatever you do, NOT sitting in a chair, to allow for even weight distribution, and healthy muscular growth around the core of your back, to enable you a good postural foundation.

Encourage your little ones to feel comfy sitting on the floor, with a special cushion or coloured mat in their room in favour of a little chair.  An unsupported core or back. really is necessary to develop the musculature  for good posture later in life, to develop good musculature of the spine and each vertebrae.

I am seeing so many children, and teenagers already with deformed sloping backs, stooped necks and rounded shoulders. ¬†I consider it necessary to teach of posture in the ‘I Am Body’ part of my Human Being Essential curriculm. School does not teach them this yet, so a home set up that is conducive to healthy development is necessary.

Remember the jingle:  body care = no chair! : )

Marginalized Humans? YES!

People are living seriously marginalised existences from how we are designed to live.¬† Particularly in what is called ‘Western society’ and within the English language group, and this is contributing significantly to¬†the global¬†ill-health epidemic.

Work, home, T.V, dinner, bed.

Like the hamster and it’s toilet jar, the mouse and it’s wheel, the¬† rabbit with it’s hutch¬†and outdoor run, we thought we had it right for us.¬† We thought we also knew what a human being needed for its life.¬† WE HAD IT WRONG.

Much of our needs were unrecognised due to reliance totally on findings from people and inventions Рscientific equipment Р many centuries old.

Leonardo de Vinci had it only partly right.  Yes, our body is very much in structure as he studied and shared brilliantly, but he knew nothing of what we are, that cannot be seen with our eyes.

Charles Darwin, a master of classification, left room to allow for further information/data to come about, openly saying that it may lead to a change in conclusion to his.

These needs – our own human needs – remain unrecognised still, though we update zoo exhibits when we know better…

We have updated all the equipment we use.¬† We no longer use any of it, except to put it in museums for display purposes, or for teaching exhibits.¬† Let’s update our needs!;)¬†

Let’s update our knowledge of our Human Life Essentials! : )

(In other writings I go further into discussion of the ill-health condition¬†I am calling ‘chronic deficiency syndrome’, and living a marginalized existence is contributory to this, as is a limited vocabulary.)

Hello everyone it is wonderful to be back.;)¬†¬† I have needed¬†to take time to rest and recover after a very interesting development of seizures in Hungary¬†where I was unconscious for 4 days, and in hospital for 9 days total.¬† ¬†The whole experience was really good with everything I was able to learn…just allowing for¬†my thinking ability to restore has taken patience, but it gives me so much more to be able to share! : )

What Makes Some Humans Smarter Than Others?

I find the more complex a ‘home’ language, the more intelligent the people.¬† It is our language ability that distinguishes us¬†as human beings, and then our opposable thumb, giving us the creative ability with our hands to actualize¬†/bring into reality, what we think of.¬†

It is language ability that makes some humans more intelligent than others, and the more languages we know the smarter we get.  The more words we know, the larger capacity that we contain within. 

As it is our¬†very intent at thought, that creates the neuron¬†synaptic pathways within our brain, the more we learn, ¬†the larger a framework – or word map ¬†– or’ shelving unit’ for storage;) – ¬†we create inside ourselves.

Our vocabulary becomes the roots of our created reality tree. : ) ¬†The more languages we know, we effectively multiply our total neuron capacity. ¬† ¬†A language is so much more than words you see…

A language is also the knowing of what to say and¬†when, customs, behaviors, culture, and so on.¬† Within the ‘shelving unit’ or ‘files’¬†inside our consciousness, we need make room, for the word of all those things, in another language.

I was very injured on time, which included a head injury resulting in a loss of consciousness.  The neuro-test given me, by a specialist unknown to me, as the one that gave them the best idea of my pre-injury intellect, was one on pronunciation of words. 

I was told it did not matter whether I knew the word Рor not Рjust how I chose to pronounce it.  From this, I also gathered  that language ability is the most accurate determiner of intellect used today scientifically.  They were most likely able to determine how wide my word source was, from this test.

In Australia last¬† year after school results were known, it was documented how much better ‘immigrant’ – or children with English as a second language – performed in the results.¬† It was the subject of a¬†tv show also.

It was mistakenly believed that it was due to foreign children being better students, or having greater work ethics instilled in them, as to why they were smarter. 

Certainly these qualities assist, but they are simply smarter anyway¬†because they know more words, their neuron capacity fills a greater space, than their ‘English-derivitive’, (no second language),¬†fellow students.¬†

Within the same language,  just say two people had the same vocabulary also, it becomes the greater creativity and other learnings undertaken, that then increase brain use and therefore capacity, leading to one being smarter than the other.

Before I studied us, I studied every animal I came across.  I noticed my pets, from mice to dogs, all became smarter the more I trained them.

When I meet someone I like to know their blood lines (heritage) on both side and their ‘home’ language.¬†¬†¬†I¬†find this the most helpful information to know more of¬†someone,¬†and it has proven reliable and consistent.¬†¬†¬†¬†I am able to determine how smart/clever they are most likely able to be from their language/no. of languages.

I have known, dated or befriended, all races and many breeds of humans.  It is their vocabulary and language quantity that makes them smarter than the rest.;)

The English language has always been short of words, in comparison with others and has needed to add to its stock of words as it went along through history. 

It needed to adopt words from other languages, as those words simply did not exist, within its own¬†language.¬† This made the people speaking it, therefore,¬†intellectually, not as capable as those whose languages¬†had a greater –¬†or more extended¬† -vocabulary.

English is one of the more simplistic of all the languages, and why as a second language it becomes easy, as it is so much easier than a ‘home’¬†language. It also does not fit in well with the other languages, and I go into more detail¬†in other writings.

My mother’s vocabulary was severely limited.¬† She operated in a very concrete fashion, fixated on what was in front of her.¬† She had trouble understanding much¬†that was not obvious to her way of thinking.¬† She had enormous difficulty with abstract thought, and, or perhaps because, she was so regimented.

By¬†this time language had been strictly controlled in English life.¬† Hard for other language groups to fathom – in English language society – the topics of sex, religion and politics, were not considered appropriate for social conversing: “There are three things you never talk about…” my mother told me.

Also, “social grooming & etiquette” had men and women, or ‘gentlemen and ladies’ given¬†advice of topics of conversation to learn, for society.¬† For example, a young woman undertaking ‘social grooming¬† advancement’, may learn a conversation topic such as flower arranging.

Thanks to the above language control measures, speaking had all but been disconnected from any idea of creating a reality for a human existence…;)

My mother’s social life was practically non-existent, had always been limited, and her life very structured and rigid. Her own creativity was severely and chronically stifled.

By contrast my father would take me as a baby to meet with his Hungarian friend.¬†¬† Conversation would roll, and was like a lullaby to me, and when he wasn’t speaking his home language or singing, he was whistling while he worked.;)

My mother struggled with her vocabulary.¬† Her conversation – and that is using the term generously;) – was limited to retelling of events in a listed way, retelling of a simple¬†‘story’, criticizing, and using learned abusive words.¬† Some of these, most likely she had said to her as a child, and others were clearly military words and orders.

She absolutely was not able to use language to create her reality as she went along in a day, instead using a learned script, that she needed to fit to suit a circumstance.  This is very common of the habit of the English language in England even today.

Later in adulthood she learned to use the word ‘apparently’ and I noticed that it¬†gave her more to do with a sentence.;)

Sure we are a breed, and we contain the biochemistry from our physical parents, and some may be more generous in ‘the matter’ than others, but we can use what we have and make it more so.

I was told a joke in Edinburgh one year when I was there for the Edinburgh Festival:

What do you call someone who knows many languages?  Multilingual.

What do you call someone who knows a couple of languages?  

What do you call someone who only knows one language?  English! 

I added immediately, due to my familiarity with the shortening/making casual, habit of my birthplace…:

What do you call someone who knows less than one language?  Australian!;)

LOVE your home language, and love your language ability!

If you need to learn English, do so as another language, you are human after all, so no need to make less of yourself when you can be more!  : )

So How Did The Racism Concept Start? What Is It?

¬†In this writing I concentrate on British historical reasoning mostly, but¬† other countries and language groups have been involved in ‘racist’ perception and activities.¬†¬† Europe was very interconnected at this time¬†by a want for new lands and almost all are ‘cold country creativity’ creative-solutions, or done to out-do the British, so British historical focus is¬† applicable.

There was never any such thing as ‘Race’ or ‘Human Race’, this was just a new overused word that year in Victorian vocabulary deficient English.¬†Seriously.

The only race that was really on was the race for ‘new’ lands, albeit someone else’s;) between Britain and France mostly, as the solution-seeking creativity to assist poverty, misery, and ill-health problems. And it was on this desperate race, the word ‘race’ was then always referred to. : )

‘Race’ was a simplistic way of classifying human beings into four groups: ‘Caucasian’, ‘Negroid’, ‘Mongoloid’ and ‘Asian’, according to physical appearance.¬†

There are many variations within a ‘Race’,¬†and¬† I find that we are ‘Breeds’ rather than a race of four.¬†¬† Breeds¬†that are determined largely by language groups.

Certainly there are greater¬†physical similarities between humans breeds found within those¬†classification categories called ‘Race’, but on its own ‘Race’ is not adequate or sufficient.

To expand upon and improve the current classification order with Human Beings /Home Sapiens, I suggest in addition to the standard:

Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order; Family; Genus; Species¬† we¬†add: Breed; Language.¬†¬†( I don’t feel it even necessary to include ‘race’¬† though it could fit between ‘species’ and ‘breed’.)

When I meet someone I like to know their blood lines (heritage) on both side and their ‘home’ language.¬†¬†¬†I¬†find this the most helpful information to know more of¬†someone,¬†and it has proven reliable and consistent.

I have known, dated or befriended, all races and many breeds of humans.  We Humans bond because of our vocabulary, not our language.   We are bonded by our energetic resonance, that governs our word choice Рor vocabulary Рwithin a language.  Just because two people speak the same language, this does not, at all, mean they use the same vocabulary.

I do not think a greater effort of classifying Human Beings was seriously entered into, as the motivation¬†for it, came from fear and insecurity, rather than a position of ‘loving curiosity’.;)¬†

Classification was carried out with the intent to make possible, the justification for theft, of land, inhabited by people already.  

An outcome was desired, and then a reality contrived to make it possible.  People were found to be not worthy of consideration, because of their appearance.

Historically and traditionally, the British used ridicule or derogatory language words to ‘bring down’ those they feared, or felt threatened by.

It is a known strategy also within the military.   It has been demonstrated that a ridiculing, rather than a respectful or honourable way of treating people, leads to a more successful occupation or victory.

We know now in science, how it is important to be impartial when conducting studies.  My own scientific background taught me that studies undertaken objectively and with no attachment to the result, makes for the better , more reliable, and trustworthy result.

The concept of ‘Race’ to describe other breeds of humans came about from a need, not an objective observation.

The use of judgement words, such as “superior” and “inferior”, that are¬†‘solution- seeking creations’, demonstrate a very strong attachment to the¬†result.

Definitely the ‘Race’ concept was brought into popularity at a time when another ‘race’ was on, the race to take over the rest of the lands on earth.¬†

To get the land that became ‘Australia’, Britain was in a competitive race by sea¬†with France in the 18th century, which Britain ‘won’.¬†

Was it with such a fixed determination, that the word ‘race’ was so impressed into the minds of these folk,¬†that they used the word¬†‘race’ here also?;)¬† Quite possibly.¬†¬†¬†

Maybe it was even a ‘slip of the tongue’ and they were referring¬†to the ‘race’ to obtain lands in competition with another language group/breed.¬†¬†Maybe it was from the British like, to ‘make life easier for yourself’, to use this new, common and frequently used word, ‘race’, to help name the other Peoples that had been discovered.

Historically, the English have always been, very fixated on physical appearance, how things look, and how things ‘appear to be’.

We must remember the “Might Is Right” British jargon of the time, to validate a situation taken by force.¬† We know now, that it isn’t necessarily right at all, or clever to think so.

Using the invader’s common strategy of ridicule, it would be far easier, and upon seeing the advantage¬†– coming quite naturally to them also, given their propensity for this, and also of ‘complaining’ – to discredit¬†an entire populus, than to do it one at a time.

Much easier to dis-empower a race of people, than to deal with these strapping, stronger, physically in better shape, ‘Equal Men’ one at a time!;)

How clever to then be able to make use of these people as a free¬†workforce, at a time when Britain was in such economic uncertainty.¬† They justified slavery, removing people to free up their land, then forced them to work¬†, all the while justifying how it was for “their own good to be fed and given a place to live out their days.”

With their academic ‘superiority’, British upper classes stated¬†that these native people were dying out anyway (argument used in Australia)¬†so it was only a matter of time before the land was available.

The English language is much more ‘word thick’ today than in the 18th century, and quite likely this is as complex a thinking process that occurred:

“Oooh golly…LOOK!!!.¬† Look at his spear… and he’s not wearing any clothes…”

Then:¬† “Spear?¬† No gun?¬†¬† Not very smart.¬†¬† He’s not wearing any clothes….must be a lesser man than we.”

This sight would have been an enormous shock, and enormously threatening.  Familiarity at this time was to react from a place of fear, as the Britain they had left behind was a cold, poverty-stricken, gruelling place of ill-health and misery. 

It would have been overwhelming for them to see such a healthy, naked man so comfortable in his own skin, with such blatant sexual acceptance, when they were not allowed to mention their own body parts in polite company.;)   

A more ‘conscious’¬†(and intelligent?;)) ¬†group, given the same sight may have gone “Wow, how beautiful..look at their comfort with themselves and natural living skills.¬† What fine specimens and how fortunate to be able to live so freely in such a climate…”

Many of the English words to describe other people of differing breeds and origins have been banned popularly as they were found Internationally, to be derogatory, insulting and nonsensical to use.   (The energetic injury we get from words I go into in another writing.)

My mother was Caucasian, the Race that classified the others, putting itself at the top.

At five years old I knew from my mother, that I was only half English, and that I was¬†half Caucasian,¬† and half Mongoloid race.”¬†¬† The tone of voice she used was derogatory, and in judgement.

She would look me over with narrowed eyes telling me my eyes were “too Chinesey”, my backside and face shape “too negro”, my head shape “too asian”.¬† She insinuated I was of lesser worth, because I had these ‘throwback’ characteristics.

Consequently I bonded with the world;) and I drew strength from all¬†Peoples¬†experiencing oppression, to add to my fairy tale and Dicken’s¬†characters.¬† I considered myself an Albino Negro and Nelson Mandela became my hero.;)

¬†My mother said¬† “the only thing you have going for you is the hair on your head”¬† referring to my blonde hair, while the rest of me she considered to be an evolutionary slip-up as I did not meet her specifics.

As we know more, other words have been introduced¬† in our categorising, such as¬†‘hispanic’, and we are such a mixture now, we naturally use other words as descriptions such as African-American.¬†

But still this is a physical description, without reference to language spoken.¬† I¬† describe myself as Anglo-Hungarian-Australian, which is far more useful than just ‘Australian’,¬†¬†in determining who I might be.;)

As breeds of humans Рas with breeds of dogs Рwe may have a propensity /natural aptitude/tendency, not occurring in other breeds of us,

 but,   

I find that starsigns/ natal data, and language group/home language spoken, far more helpful in determining someone than their ‘race’.

“Love the skin you ‘re in!”¬†¬†¬†Absolutely, and also love your home language!¬† : )

My comments on the ‘Race / Intelligence’ debate on TV.

I was at first extremely surprised that this topic could still be warranted TV show coverage, than realised “Of course!”

None of what I am sharing here is common enough knowledge yet, as there simply has been no further investigation into ourselves, to bring light to this matter for popular interest! 

I find the more complex a ‘home’ language, the more intelligent the people.¬†

Language, distinguishes us¬†as human beings, then the opposable thumb.¬† It is language ability that makes some humans more intelligent than others, not the concept of ‘race.’¬†

The more languages we know the smarter we get.  The more words we know, the larger capacity that we contain within. 

As it is our very intent at thought, that creates the neuron synaptical pathways within our brain, the more we learn, the larger a framework Рor word map  or shelving unit for storage;) Р we create inside ourselves.

Our vocabulary becomes the roots of our created reality tree. : )

The more languages we know, we effectively magnify our total neuron capacity.¬† A language is so much more than words you see…¬†

A language is also the knowing of what to say and¬†when, customs, behaviours, culture, and so on.¬† Within the ‘shelving unit’ or ‘files’¬†inside our consciousness, we need make room, for the word of all those things, in another language.

I was very injured on time, which included a head injury resulting in a loss of consciousness.  The neurotest given me, by a specialist unknown to me, as the one that gave them the best idea of my pre-injury intellect, was one on pronunciation of words. 

I was told it did not matter whether I knew the word Рor not Рjust how I chose to pronounce it.  From this, I also gathered  that language ability is the most accurate determiner of intellect used today scientifically.

In Australia last¬† year after school results were known, it was documented how much better ‘immigrant’ – or children with English as a second language – performed in the results.¬† It was the subject of a¬†tv show also.

It was mistakenly believed that it was due to foreign children being better students, or having greater work ethics instilled in them, as to why they were smarter. 

Certainly these qualities assist, but they are simply smarter anyway¬†because they know more words, their neuron capacity fills a greater space, than their ‘English-¬†derivitive-no-other-language’¬†fellow students.¬†

Within the same language,  just say two people had the same vocabulary also, it becomes the greater creativity and other learnings undertaken, that then increase brain use and therefore capacity, leading to one being smarter than the other.

Before I studied us, I studied every animal I came across.  I noticed my pets, from mice to dogs, all became smarter the more I trained them.

‘Race’ was a simplistic way of classifying human beings into four groups: ‘Caucasian’, ‘Negroid’, ‘Mongoloid’ and ‘Asian’, according to physical appearance.¬†

There are many variations within a ‘Race’,¬†and¬† I find that we are ‘Breeds’ rather than a race of four.¬†¬† Breeds¬†that are determined largely by language groups.

Certainly there are greater¬†physical similarities between humans breeds found within those¬†classification categories called ‘Race’, but on its own ‘Race’ is not adequate or sufficient.

To expand upon and improve the current classification order with Human Beings /Home Sapiens, I suggest in addition to the standard:

Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order; Family; Genus; Species¬† we¬†add: Breed; Language.¬†¬†( I don’t feel it even necessary to include ‘race’¬† though it could fit between ‘species’ and ‘breed’.)

When I meet someone I like to know their blood lines (heritage) on both side and their ‘home’ language.¬†¬†¬†I¬†find this the most helpful information to know more of¬†someone,¬†and it has proven reliable and consistent.¬†¬†¬†¬†

I have known, dated or befriended, all races and many breeds of humans.  It is their vocabulary and language quantity that makes them smarter than the rest.;)

I do not think a greater effort of classifying Human Beings was seriously entered into, as the motivation for it, came from fear and insecurity, rather than a position of loving curiosity.;) 

Classification was carried out with the intent to make possible, the justification for theft, of land, inhabited by people already.  

An outcome was desired, and then a reality contrived to make it possible.  People were found to be not worthy of consideration, because of their appearance.

Historically and traditionally, the British used ridicule or derogatory language words to ‘bring down’ those they feared, or felt threatened by.

It is a known strategy also within the military.   It has been demonstrated that a ridiculing, rather than a respectful or honourable way of treating people, leads to a more successful occupation or victory.

Soldiers are then assisted by a feeling of righteousness¬†or ‘good triumphing¬†over evil’ and these are helpful energies that can make light of hard work.

We know now in science, how it is important to be impartial when conducting studies.  My own scientific background taught me that studies undertaken objectively and with no attachment to the result, makes for the better , more reliable, and trustworthy result.

The concept of ‘Race’ to describe other breeds of humans came about from a need, not an objective observation.

The use of judgement words, such as “superior” and “inferior”, that are¬†‘solution- seeking creations’, demonstrate a very strong attachment to the¬†result.

Definitely the ‘Race’ concept was brought into popularity at a time when another ‘race’ was on, the race to take over the rest of the lands on earth.¬†

To get the land that became ‘Australia’, Britain was in a competitive race by sea¬†with France in the 18th century, which Britain ‘won’.¬†

Was it with such a fixed determination, that the word ‘race’ was so impressed into the minds of these folk,¬†that they used the word¬†‘race’ here also?;)¬† Quite possibly.¬†¬†¬†

Maybe it was even a ‘slip of the tongue’ and they were referring¬†to the ‘race’ to obtain lands in competition with another language group/breed.¬†¬†Maybe it was from the British like, to ‘make life easier for yourself’, to use this new, common and frequently used word, ‘race’, to help name the other Peoples that had been discovered.

Historically, the English have always been, very fixated on physical appearance, how things look, and how things ‘appear to be’.

We must remember the “Might Is Right” jargon of the time, to validate a situation taken by force.¬† We know now, that it isn’t necessarily right at all, or clever to think so.

Using the invader’s common strategy of ridicule, it would be far easier, and upon seeing the advantage¬†– coming quite naturally to them also, given their propensity for this, and also of ‘complaining’ – to discredit¬†an entire populus, than to do it one at a time.¬†

Much easier to disempower a race of people, than to deal with these strapping, stronger, physically in better shape, ‘Equal Men’ one at a time!;)¬†

The English language is much more ‘word thick’ today than in the 18th century, and quite likely this is as complex a thinking process that occurred:

“Oooh golly…LOOK!!!.¬† Look at his spear… and he’s not wearing any clothes…”¬†¬†¬†

Then:¬† “Spear?¬† No gun?¬†¬† Not very smart.¬†¬† He’s not wearing any clothes….must be a lesser man than we.”

This sight would have been an enormous shock, and enormously threatening.  Familiarity at this time was to react from a place of fear, as the Britain they had left behind was a cold, poverty stricken, gruelling place of ill-health and misery. 

It would have been overwhelming for them to see such a healthy, naked man so comfortable in his own skin, with such blatant sexual acceptance, when they were not allowed to mention their own body parts in polite company.;)   

A more ‘conscious’¬†(and intelligent?;)) ¬†group, given the same sight may have gone “Wow, how beautiful..look at their comfort with themselves and natural living skills.¬† What fine specimens and how fortunate to be able to live so freely in such a climate…”

Many of the English words to describe other people of differing breeds and origins have been banned popularly as they were found Internationally, to be derogatory, insulting and nonsensical to use.   (The energetic injury we get from words I go into in another writing.)

The English language has always been short of words, in comparison with others and has needed to add to its stock of words as it went along through history. 

It needed to adopt words from other languages, as those words simply did not exist, within its own¬†language.¬† This made the people speaking it, therefore,¬†intellectually, not as capable as those who’s languages¬†had a greater-¬†or more extended- vocabulary.

English is one of the more simplistic of all the languages, and why as a second language it becomes easy, as it is so much easier than a ‘home’¬†language. It also does not fit in well with the other languages, and I go into more detail¬†in other writings.

My mother was Caucasian, the Race that classified the others, putting itself at the top.

My mother’s vocabulary was severely limited.¬† She operated in a very concrete fashion, fixated on what was in front of her.¬† She had trouble understanding much¬†that was not obvious to her way of thinking.¬† She had enormous difficulty with abstract thought, and, or perhaps because, she was so regimented.

By¬†this time language had been strictly controlled in English life.¬† Hard for other language groups to fathom – in English language society – the topics of sex, religion and politics, were not considered appropriate for social conversing: “There are three things you never talk about…” my mother told me.

Also, “social grooming & etiquette” had men and women, or ‘gentlemen and ladies’ given¬†advice of topics of conversation to learn, for society.¬† For example, a young woman undertaking ‘social grooming¬† advancement’, may learn a conversation topic such as flower arranging.¬†¬†¬†

Thanks to the above language control measures, speaking had all but been disconnected from any idea of creating a reality for a human existence…;)

My mother’s social life was practically non-existent, had always been limited, and her life very structured and rigid. Her own creativity was severely and chronically stifled.

By contrast my father would take me as a baby to meet with his Hungarian friend.¬†¬† Conversation would roll, and was like a lullaby to me, and when he wasn’t speaking his home language or singing, he was whistling while he worked.;)

At five years old I knew from my mother, that I was only half English, and that I was¬†half Caucasian,¬† and half Mongoloid race.”¬†¬† The tone of voice she used was derogatory, and in judgement, and she went on to say I would always be heavier than her.;)

She would look me over with narrowed eyes telling me my eyes were “too Chinesey”, my backside and face shape “too negro”, my head shape “too asian”.¬† She insinuated I was of lesser worth, because I had these ‘throwback’ characteristics.

Consequently I bonded with the world;) and I drew strength from all¬†Peoples¬†experiencing oppression, to add to my fairy tale and Dicken’s¬†characters.¬† I considered myself an Albino Negro and Nelson Mandela became my hero.¬†¬†

¬†My mother said¬† “the only thing you have going for you is the hair on your head”¬† referring to my blonde hair, while the rest of me she considered to be an evolutionary slip-up as I did not meet her specifics.¬† She would say desperately, wrenching her head around from side to side in the air as she spoke¬†“Why is god punishing me, this way, to give me such a god-awful ugly child?”¬†

My mother struggled with her vocabulary.¬† Her conversation – and that is using the term generously – was limited to retelling of events in a listed way, retelling of a ‘story’, criticizing and using learned abusive words.¬† Some of these, most likely she had said to her as a child, and others were clearly military words and orders.

She absolutely was not able to use language to create her reality as she went along in a day, instead she relied upon using a set script, that she needed to fit to suit a circumstance.  This is very common, to what else I have noticed of the habit of the English language in England. 

Later in adulthood she learned to use the word ‘apparently’ and I noticed that it¬†gave her more to do with a sentence.;)

I find the motivation to want to know, to determine intelligence in relation to ‘Race’, indicative of a lesser intelligence than not needing to know, or not ever getting that thought.

As we know more, other words have been introduced¬† in our categorising, such as¬†‘hispanic’.

As breeds of humans Рas with breeds of dogs Рwe may have a propensity for something not occurring in other breeds of us, that is, a natural aptitude or tendency towards an activity or behaviour, or be more inclined to do things a certain way. 

Our language group gives us variation in our disposition also, and I go into more detail in ‘Living In Me. The Complete Guide to Being Human.’

The Law of Reincarnation, also enables us to be of different Race/Breed/Language, through our Soul’s evolution, when we manifest on earth, and of course we are still so much more, as I enter into in other writings.

In conclusion, whoever was being considered ‘less intelligent’ because of the way they appeared physically, was most likely more intelligent than the one deciding!;)¬†¬†¬† And many have needed to defend themselves in a second – if not a fifth language!

“Love the skin you ‘re in!”¬†¬†¬†Absolutely!¬†¬† But also love your home language!¬† : )

There Is No Such Thing As ‘Race’, We Are ‘Breeds’.

  • Why the concept ‘race’ does not suit human being as a classification word
  • Why ‘breed’ works better.
  • Why we are not even divided by language.

There is no such thing as ‘races’ of people.¬† We are breeds within the human species, and our breed is defined mostly by our Language.

There was never any such thing as ‘Race’ or ‘Human Race’, this was just an overused word that year in Victorian vocabulary deficient English.¬†Seriously.
The only race that was really on was the race for ‘new’ lands, albeit someone else’s;) between Britain and France mostly, as the solution-seeking creativity to assist poverty, misery, and ill-health problems. And it was on this desperate race, the word ‘race’ was then always referred to. : )

The idea of dividing us into four, was a ridiculously simplistic bit of solution-seeking-creativity by a not very bright Britain at the time.;)

We`are still -most of us-largely living from the imagination of 18th century Britain!  There is no where on Earth, that is unaffected by it.

Putting themselves at the top of a list, that ranked Human Beings according to which ‘race’ was ‘superior’, was yet another bit of solution-seeking-creativity, to be able to better their lot at the expense of the ‘inferior’.

We still have not, recognised all of our strengths and all of our qualities.¬† We are living as a smidgen of ourselves to a life design that was never wise!¬† What we don’t know though….we don’t know.. : (

This makes as much sense to me, as going along to the R.S.P.C.A, and  regrouping  all of the dogs according to whether they are big, small, spotty or fluffy!;)

“From now on Jess,¬†you are not a labrador, and¬†you are not a chihuahua¬†Sasha, and you over there, Zep, you are not a cattledog.¬† Francois, you are not¬†a pomeranian either, you are¬†all to be known only as ‘RSPCA dogs, and divided into 4 groups in relation to your size and hair style'”.¬†¬†Honestly!;)¬† But who do we choose to¬†guide us across the road, the chihuahua or the labrador?

Language does not divide us…vocabularly does.¬†

It is our feelings that determine our thoughts.  It is then our thoughts that determine our words.

We are bonded by our healing, and our living from the heart.  All Human Beings living from a state of love, have the same vocabulary,or the same word choice, whatever the language.  Lets do it : )

What about us? Lets update the Human exhibit!;)

  • why it makes no sense to ignore our needs
  • what we have changed historically as we became aware of new information
  • how it is that ignorance is holding us back
  • humanity and human ‘what we are’ overview, in brief!

Our Societal construct, as we know it, and as we created it, requires us to continue to behave in ways that are alien to our natural state.

We also created zoos in the Victorian era, and we have been updating those exhibits as we know better, but our own remains largely unchanged!

There is only one zoo in the world, Perth zoo in Australia, that is realising the actual needs of our close relation the Orang Utan.  The entire exhibit was redesigned to accommodate these.

Let’s do the same thing for us.¬† Our societal construct is our exhibit by another name.

When I was a child I had the family pets to look after.¬† The animals were provided with their ‘appropriate¬†housing’,¬† ‘appropriate diet’, ‘appropriate exercise’ and ‘appropriate attention’, as was known at the time for the species.

The hamster had his wheel and jam jar to poop in, that he went in backwards to do.  The guinea pigs and rabbit had their grass run, and straw filled hutch.  The cats had their own flap door in the kitchen door.  The birds had the aviary of  a suitable size and a nest box for breeding.

We know so much more about our own species now, and the Victorian standards of human husbandry;) are no more appropriate to us now, than DDT or cigarettes are to our health, or a metal¬†cage is to an Orang Utan.¬† Most zoos have undergone changes to all if not most exhibits.¬† Let’s just update ours in the same style. : )

I am eager to share,¬†how we differ from one another as breeds of humans and how absolutely detrimental it can be – let alone inappropriate –¬†for someone of another cultural breed to be given facilities suitable for an Englishman.¬† Or for an Englishman in the¬†particular level of self¬†awareness common in England¬†at that time.

Is a labrador the same¬†as a terrier?¬† A cattle-dog the same¬†as a chihuahua?¬† A poodle the same as a Siberian husky?¬†¬† What about a wolf, fox and dingo..they are dogs too.¬† Personalities, strengths, weaknesses, qualities, needs¬†– call them as you will, –¬† they vary from breed to breed.

Fixated upon appearance, the¬†‘solution seeking creativity’¬†of the time¬†had Human Beings¬†classify other Human Beings¬†according to their superiority.¬† The self declared¬†‘superior’ ones¬†classified the others as less superior (surprise surprise!) or inferior, based upon their appearance – largely their facial features and skin colour –¬†and by what¬†inventions that had created.

To be human is to create certainly, and where we are geographically on the earth is the decisive factor in where our creativity leads us.  Where we are geographically, and who invented what, at whatever stage of life wisdom, largely explains every situation we find ourselves in!!

‘Obviously’ to them;) the humans who had demonstrated themselves as superior would be entitled to take the belongings and land¬†of the inferior ones.¬† This ‘solution seeking creativity’ ,aka plausible fiction,;) was¬†for England, when mass poverty, ill-health, and a rise in population had them wanting to seize other lands for themselves to spread out on.¬†¬† They knew of no other solution and the race to take control of other countries began, in competition mainly with other European countries.

Movements to improve, and to further degrade¬†situations for people, had words like ‘race’ and ‘racist’ and ‘racism’¬†used.¬†¬† There has not been much progress in descriptions of ourselves since this time.

I’d love to bring us up to date!

Aside from our differences as the breeds that we are, our Human society requires us to also ignore our energetic reactions to one another as Man and Woman.  Just as much in the English language group as in Islam, though means and methods are undisputedly different.

Our Human society requires us to intellectualize and control natural behaviours,¬†then¬†to ‘act out’ a role or a script.¬† So very British, and so very old and out of date British, and never actually suitable, ever, even for Britain!

Humanity is simply unable to thrive as long as this continues.  As long as we are required to ignore what we mostly are, our needs cannot be realised or fulfilled wide scale, and we will continue down the pathway of deterioration and decline that we are on. : )

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