Saturday, June 11, 2016

In the country of Bhutan - they are going for the Gross National Happiness

Bhutan strives each year to make its citizens happier and happier, until they achieve their nation's highest degree of happiness.  Let the world try to compete with that.

This morning I'm probably the happiest I have ever been in my life.  So, I started to wonder what it is about life that makes us happy and if the goal of our lives should be to reach a state of happiness that surpasses even the happiness of our childhood just prior to the time when we leave this planet?  In other words, is it the nature of our lives to reach the highest and best point in our lives when we cross over to the other side?  Do we take our consciousness with us?  And, if we do, wouldn't we want to make it to the other side of the universe with the very best knowledge, intention, satisfaction, sense of adventure and fulfillment that we could possibly achieve and be at the apex of our journey when this adventure of the flesh comes to its inexorable end?

This morning, this thought about the measure of my happiness slowly emerges from the morning clouds of my meditation and into the tiny little corners of my mind.  Like a seed, it takes root and is being nurtured by the mineral-rich soil of my life's course down the long and winding river of time.  I think that at this point, I am the happiest I have ever been in my life and how lucky I am to be able to admit that here to all of my readers who's eyes have landed on this page today.  I am the happiest I can be and I doubt there will be a happier being inside this old skull than the one that resides there now.  I can only wonder about how many other beings on this planet are able to say that to themselves when they get to be my age.

I'm hoping it's the largest majority of beings who can say that they are happier and happier every day to the point that their greatest feeling about the future is that this trend will continue until they finally reach their ultimate happiness just moments or even seconds prior to the point of their deaths.  When these bodies are put to rest, when my body is finally put to rest, it should release the essence of this life-long hoarding of happiness into the electronic state of consciousness from whence it came and where it can be recycled into the parties newly invited. 

Thinking along these lines, I wonder if there may be a correlation between happiness and a longer life.  In other words, does Consciousness give us more time in this physical existence when it realizes that one has achieved a certain level of happiness that it wants or needs to be redistributed at some point to the rest of the universe?  There are studies that come to mind that bear this out, that indeed, the happier you are in your life, the longer you will live.  It's as if the elements of Nature are conspiring to keep you alive to farm your greater happiness to be re-used somewhere else, to be seeded into more and more of the next generations.

And yet sadly, if we look around at the world we inhabit at this present time, the vast majority of our kind don't seem to be very happy at all.  We are attacking each other, bombing and murdering each other at a steadily increasing rate to the point where we are all buying weapons to defend ourselves against what we feel is a growing threat all around us.

How could these two trends exist on the same planet at the same time?  How is it that we instinctively want to be happier and happier in our lives so that we can pass this energy on to our progeny and yet at the same time in history we are hell-bent on finding more and more ways to make ourselves as unhappy as we can, to the point of murderous and vicious rage towards one another?  This is the great dichotomy of our time.

I don't know if I have any real solutions except to say that this murderous and vicious rage ends with me and I will only tolerate people as such as I had in my home last night - tolerant, loving, generous and happy souls like mine to be near me from now on.  Having had one of the happiest times in my life, I went to bed very pleased with the over-all trend of my life towards greater and greater happiness and when I awoke, I enjoyed the birth of these ideas about how my happiness is like a great concerto.  

Our lives have an opening melody that is full of promise.  There is a drum-beat that keeps our nose to the grind-stone so that we know the benefits of working hard towards a goal.  Our lives have a middle opus where we get the bulk of our work done, becoming who we have always wanted to be or die trying.  Then, there is a climaxing crescendo of harmonies that alerts us to the fact that we're getting near the end of life, closer to the point from whence we came and we begin to look back and wonder if we did everything we could have done, or if we would change anything in the earlier follies of our lives to make it seem better at the end.

For me, closer to the end than the beginning, I am finding a happiness and a satisfaction such that I never knew would be possible when I was young or if I did, I would have measured it in terms of material success, things that I could count, put into a building, or a structure or an invention that would make life easier for my children.  Instead of all that, I believe I leave a legacy of having reached the highest form of happiness that any human being can attain and for that I am eternally grateful to my Creator.  And shouldn't the entire planet be ordered and ruled by the likes of the rulers of Bhutan so that as many of us on this planet at any given time can feel the same way too?

And you, my dear reader?  What do you hope to achieve?  If I have caused you to put even the slightest effort to raising your consciousness to the highest and best it can be prior to your leaving this place - or even to the degree that you tell yourself that you may consider it some day - I am ecstatic. If you are also filled with the desire to carry this great standard beyond your own existence and share it with others, this ecstasy of life could reach to infinity and beyond.

I say - let's all go live in Bhutan.  Let's explode out of there and expand this highest goal of mankind to every nation.  Let's make Bhutan the ruler of the free world instead of the half dozen nations who rule over it today with bombs and boots on the ground, instead of plows and harvesters and bins overflowing with food and peace, hope and understanding?  

On this day of my greatest happiness in life - and hopefully yours - let's make a commitment to extend Bhutan's great standard of 'Gross National Happiness' as far and wide around this planet as we possibly can.  Let's make every human being on this planet the happiest they can be before they pass from this place and I promise you the greatest energy in the form of payback and Karma this part of the universe has ever known or possibly will ever know.

Toward these ends, I have given you
The 4 States of Consciousness - you need no other tools. 


One last thing:  I recently discovered that the universe is vibrating at 2.7 Septillion cycles per second.  This means that every cell in your body is also vibrating at this same frequency.

Here's the formula to prove it: Uf=c3

The Universal field theory then is that the frequency of universal vibration is the speed of light multiplied by the speed of light squared or the speed of light cubed.

I have a new book coming out in a few months on this subject and it will blow your mind - literally.

That's far too fast for the human eye to catch and far too fast for any of our instrumentation to catch at the present time.  But, if you really think about it - and attempt to be in harmony with this universal flux - you may find it to be just as wonderfully exciting to know this as I am.

SO YOU and everything else in the universe is vibrating all in unison to this amazingly fast tone.

This formula could also be read ad U, which stands for you or I or anyone else in the universe has the same potential of the speed of light x the speed of light squared - a huge potential energy.  Use it.

 Enjoy ~

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