Tuesday, 19 July 2016
As British Prime Minister during 1997 to 2007 Tony Blair rushed into Iraq War in 2003 on false information and faulty intelligence. The recent publication of the Chilcot Report on Iraq War stopped short of indicting him as war criminal. The findings in the Report are incriminating the Blair team. Here are highlights of the report and how the mind of Tony Blair responds to these.
Major highlights of the Chilcot Report
1. The aim of the Iraq foray is to find weapons of mass destruction, which the British army never found
2. The regime of Saddam Hussain of Iraq never posed an existential threat to Britain
3. The war is thrust on British people on the basis of flawed intelligence and assessment
4. There is no legal ground to invade Iraq
5. Public opinion was against Britain entering into war with Iraq
6. Even Tony Blair himself at that time has wrestled with the fact that there is no credible evidence of the existence of WMD or any threat to Britain
7. In the wake of this war death toll amounts to more than 1 million most of them are Iraqi civilians. Displacement of people amounts to 5 million and counting. Destruction of collaterals is estimated as U S Dollars 100 billion and counting.
Mindspeak of Tony Blair
A summary of cosmic analysis on the body, mind and spirit of Tony Blair gives the following:
1. Conscious mind: At the first level, conscious mind as reservoir of sensations, perceptions, memories, thoughts take him back to the days when he knew pretty well what is happening outside in Iraq and what is happening inside the Bush Administration. The handwritten letter he sent to George Bush declaring “ I will be with you, whatever” sums up the feeling that he was in two minds and finally made up to keep cross Atlantic friendship intact. Generally human beings tend to banish unpleasant thoughts or incidents to unconscious mind so that they can escape the wrath. In Blair’s case it did not work then and now. Constant barrage of criticism in the press and his circle of contacts bring this thought up resulting in savage fights inside his own conscious mind.
2. Subconscious mind: At the second level, subconscious mind acts as reference point to the store of information that is not currently available and actively aware at this moment but stored and available if one can access or recall it via dreams later. On publication of the Report he took responsibility for shortcomings on his part but refused to apologise. For Tony Blair this has become a major torment as dreams, most of them in broken sequences flash him corpses of children, aged and women straddling on the streets and devastated buildings including churches bring him sense of despair and leave a bitter taste.
3. Unconscious mind: At the third level unconscious mind stores emotions, feelings, urges, and memories in archival form, Tony Blair sees his real enemy in the unconscious mind. He cannot shift delete all these archives of the transcripts of what happened before the war, during the war and in the aftermath. The unconscious mind cannot speak in plain English but conveys flashes, signs and symbols which must be interpreted. In the case of Tony Blair he gets flashes of pitchforks and sharpened long knives confronting him as he runs for cover. He also gets the Knight’s shield not made of steel but of timber.
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Thursday, 16 June 2016
Recurring dreams are dream scenes that occur fairly frequently in adult life. Most people who dream the same dream again and again tend to ignore it after waking up. Few wonder what is this all about and then forget about it. Intelligent dreamers search for the meaning and interpretation of these recurring dreams. Here are few tips for these intelligent ones as to how to handle these recurring dreams:
If you experience lot of repetitive dreams close to the time of your waking up you can ignore these. Called as lucid dreams these are the results of your conscious mind going through the motion of collecting, analysing and interpreting data in your working life.
When you begin to sleep you move from one sleep cycle to another. When you reach the dream sleep cycle you experience rapid eye movement. Called as “REM sleep” during this cycle your heart-rate speeds up so are the brain waves. The brain sends out alpha waves with a speed of 8 to 13 cycles per second. You spend around 10 to 60 minutes in dream stage. If you experience recurring dreams during this cycle that means your sub-conscious mind is messaging you and repeating the message over and over again till you respond to it. For example, you often dram a smart Alec in town. This basically means you need that role model for your personal development.
Now during this dream sleep something else can happen. Your spirit can enter your dream and forewarn of something likely to take place. You ignore the message from the spirit at your peril. Here is an illustration. A tree cutter was hired to cut a magnificent tree. As he started chopping the branches he saw a passer yelling at him to cut only branches and leave the tree. He just ignored him and finished sawing it to the bottom. As he fell sleep in the night he saw a heavily built man pointing his finger saying “you destroyed my dwelling”. This dream was repeated three consecutive nights at the same time. On the fourth day morning as he was packing his tools and saw he saw the man who appeared in his dream looking at him. He died instantly of heart failure.
Whenever you have recurring dreams it is better to take care and do a cosmic analysis involving your body, mind and spirit so that you can respond to dreams where your spirit plays a part.
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Thursday, 7 April 2016
If it does then, you are one of the premium members of exclusive club of movers and shakers. All those captains of industry and commerce today emerged because at one point they decided to push up the boundaries in their studies and work. Storming the norm is the hall mark of successful entrepreneurs. A word of caution: you have to learn about testing the boundaries:
Boundaries are there staring at you at every moment of your life. Some of them are mandated by law and morality, others are dictated by ethics and etiquette. Codes of discipline prevails in professions, so are the norms of society that abhor taboos. We feel at least, our thoughts are free of these restrictions. However, some monotheistic philosophies consider even the thought of having alternate super power as sacrilegious. May be that is why most of those who challenged boundaries are atheists.
Undoubtedly, every person has some urge to break out from the barriers. Consciously or unconsciously we all are influenced by what Jalaluddin Rumy wrote centuries ago: “I am neither of East nor of the West; no boundary exists within my breast”. Science and technology is the proof of the pudding for those who venture out innovating, re-learning and re-engineering. They had one thing in common: a spirit that urged them to do so against all the odds in the form of challenges and threats from society at large and the industry to which they belong in particular. Their experience can be summarised below:
1. Know the present boundary, its scope and details
2. Assess what they can do best and what they cannot do best
3. Understand the border line between reality and fantasy
4. Convince that whatever done in pushing up the boundary is not illegal
5. Push the boundary away, driven by dream and dedication
6. Be ready to put up with opposition from every quarter
7. Implement the new idea, item or action passionately
8. Whether it is success or failure never give up
You can find out whether you have a spirit that can cross the boundaries, it is easily done by preparing a cosmic analysis of your body, mind and spirit. Once you know how your spirit operates you can cross the boundary successfully.
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