Nobody Knows I’m There

                                                   In honor of Bear

I began this site https://jumpin.blog yesterday, and decided, since nobody knows I’m there to copy it here.

Psst: I forget, too, that it’s a .blog instead of a .com.

Jump in. Have fun.

I’ve fallen in love with you guys and decided it’s an honor to serve you in any capacity I can.

Heck, what’s the sense of holding onto something you believe could be of value to someone else.

I’m so motivated to offer this seven module course, that I’m giving it for FREE.

FREE, FREE, FREE.

And don’t tell me that it’s worth what you pay for it, for if it facilitates a positive change your life it would be invaluable.

On top of that, when one reader commented, “I hope to provide something back and aid others as you aided me.” I went, “Wow, pay it forward.”

I won’t spend much time trying to convince you that a seven module course titled Jump In has value or that you need it. Not because it doesn’t have value, or that you don’t need it, for it just might give you the kick in the pants that will catapult you into the life of your dreams.

I just hate it when people spend pages trying to convince me to have an open mind, when I’m yelling, “Just tell me”! That’s why I’m here!

And don’t stop reading because I used a no-no exclamation point. (Blogging gurus say people stop reading when they encounter a !) Ridiculous! If you yell, it calls for an exclamation point. Otherwise, it’s a wimpy

Just tell me.

So, I will plunge in and see if you join me. As Ray Bradbury said, “Jump and build your wings on the way down.”

I’m not into lists or WORKBOOKS, although writing ideas or thoughts down as they come help fix them in your mind. I keep a running notebook beside my computer. The act of writing helps me to remember, and who can remember all that stuff anyway. The trouble is I have so many points that finding them again sends me into total tilt.

I won’t do a YouTube either for I believe I write better than I talk. (Oh, people write out their scripts, and memorize it? Well, I still don’t want to do it.)

I believe you folks can read. Besides I’m into reading

And Doing.

And getting YOU excited about what it is you want to do.

That’s why I’m here, to offer some thoughts on this nebulous subject of getting on with life, of being successful, of having dreams, and of having them come true.

It happens.

If others have done it, then we can.

Success.

I’m excited for its a subject I’ve looked into for a long time.

I’ve taken many courses, and I see that many How-to’s

leave out a crucial component.

Some time ago I took Cedric and Dominica’s Trail Blazing Course except that every time I open it I run off at the mouth, uh, fingers. I’m so motivated to get going on what I want to do, that I don’t complete my lessons.

That missing component is that our psychology, our mindset determines our outcome.

So, that’s what we will focus on this seven module course titled JUMP IN. I’m here to help you rid your mind of those thoughts of “I can’t, The I don’t know what to do. I’m not smart enough, young enough, good-looking enough or know the right people.”

That’s crap.

Dump it.

Not easy? I know. That’s why I wrote the course, and as you might surmise, it was more for me than you. Isn’t that the way with fingers on pages?

You encouraged me to do this with your comments.

See, it’s Your fault.

Thanks.

You may know from reading me, that I am into success-oriented material. I can’t say I’m always successful, for “Getting it,” is a life-long process, but we can have successes along the way.

My idea of success is “To do what you want, what you want and with whom you want.”

Oh, you mean I’m not the first to say it?

Does that mean we won’t have challenges?

Nope.

This course evolved from “Come on Baby Light My Fire, to the Wisdom Seekers, to Jump In. That’s the way with life too, ever changing. It evolves with time. You rethink what you’ve done before, and what you want to do now. You adjust, you fine-tune. No more fooling around, just do it. Time’s a wastin’.

And since we are here at the beginning, and you are my premiere people, you can help Jump In to evolve if you so choose. Feel free to comment along the way, give input on how this material can be better. What is it you want to know? How can you implement this stuff?

Let’s Party!

I will release the first module on Friday June 14, 2019.

Each module will have a link at the end that will give you the next one.

Contact me

Instead of me charging you the price of one latte’ per module, go out and buy yourself a cup of coffee and jump into the course.

Let’s do it!

But you have to wait until Friday June 14th–it’s coming up soon..

Love and virtual hugs,

Joyce

Come on, you can do it.

Check https://jumpin.blog for the module that is coming up.

Bright Shiny Things

If you are an Indiana Jones fan as we are, you may remember the third Jones’ movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, that included Sean Connery as Indiana’s father.

When Indiana was searching for the Holy Grail involving a booby-trapped passageway, he avoided the slings and arrows by interpreting “Only a penitent man shall pass.”

He stooped (as would a penitent man) and thus avoided the arrows.

I extrapolated this to a show we are currently watching, The Curse of Oak Island. You know the story of “The Money Pit,” where treasure hunters have searched for 200 years only to find booby-trapped passageways that cause water to flow into whatever hole the searchers were digging.

The show is developing into a search for lost history that could be more precious the gold people had spent untold amounts of money, time, effort, and at least six lives to find.

There is evidence that supports the belief that the Knight’s Templer, buried something there. (Among other people such as pirates, and some of the Templers did become pirates.)

The Knights Templer were for a time one of the wealthiest and most influential sects in the world.

What were they burying? Gold? Jewels?

The Knights were created to guard pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land. Since they needed money for the journey, and thus had it on their person, they were targets for thieves. The Knights protected them and began the first bank where money was safe from road bandits.

Seventy of the Knights Templer were arrested on trumped up charges, were imprisoned for seven years, tortured and executed on Friday, Oct 13, 1307—the origin of Friday the 13th as a bad luck day.

It is believed that some of the Templars avoided persecution and hid their treasures. The Grand Master endured untold agonies that ended with his death, and never revealed his secrets.

Evidence points to Oak Island as being a depository—for what? Gold? Treasure, manuscripts, sacred artifacts?

Something worth hiding.

People get gold fever. The lure of a treasure chest or a sunken galleon will send them into a feeding frenzy. Oak Island has been torn up, drilled into, and bulldozed until it looked like a strip mine. (It recovered, and looked quite wild and overgrown when the current film makers showed up. (The two men leading the current expedition, Rick and Marty Lagina, are respectful in keeping the intregity of the island.)

I believe some people have found treasures on the island, especially three boys who discovered three chests, and initially the money pit. Consider Samuel Bell, a former slave who moved to the Island to be a cabbage farmer, and ended up one of the richest men in Nova Scotia. That’s telling, isn’t it?

The Knights Templer certainly believed they had something of value to go to the effort they apparently did to preserve it. And these imprisoned tried to leave clues carved into their prison walls with no sharp instruments. Some of the clues are identical with those found on Oak Island.

One such symbol was THE TREE OF LIFE.

An ancient Kabbalistic symbol?

A BC image?

Some think the huge “Cross” depicted on the ground at Oak Island is in actuality the Kabbalistic symbol, The Tree of Life.

I looked up the Kabbalistic Tree of Life and almost fell off my chair.

The tree of Life is a sign of a fresh start in life and immortality. It is a sign of growth and strength. As a tree grows it bears seeds that contain its essence, in this way, the tree becomes immortal.

The Tree of Life is a map of 22 paths to God. It is a connection between God and the human psyche. It is made of nodes, or points, called sephiroths.  Those “sephiroths” are named, the Crown, Wisdom, Mercy, Victory, Understanding, Power, Majesty and the Kingdom. At the center are Beauty and Foundation.

(Well, there is a reason for persecuting people—lovers of truth and beauty.)

The Crown represents the beginning of the universe. It is the point beyond which our comprehension of the origins of life cannot go. This “point” is usually understood among Kabbalists, who don’t envision time and space as pre-existing, as something approaching, “ENERGY.”

ENERGY?

These Nineth-Century peoples knew about energy?

And then 12 centuries later along comes a man named Einstein saying that E=MC2. (Mass times Light squared equals Energy.) I don’t understand about light speed being squared or how he got it, but I understand that he said matter is neither made nor destroyed, and that mass and ENERGY are interchangeable.

What if these ancients thought their understandings were important enough to preserve?

What if their knowledge is so hidden that it will take a “pertinent” soul to find it?

And people look for bright shiny rocks.

That’s fine, the lures of treasure is exciting, but what would we do if we thought we would be bombed back to the Stone Age?

Would we bury information? Where? For whom?

We have gained great knowledge regarding how stars are born and die. We understand how solar systems came into being. Quantum Physics is a hot topic now.

Now we know about cells, and molecules, and atoms, and sub-atomic particles.

We have an understanding of medicine and the body and the psyche that far exceeds (I think) what the ancients knew.

How far would we go to preserve this knowledge?

As I was writing the Frog’s Song I came upon this legend, and included it in my book. I guess since I’m quoting myself I can put it here.

There was a time when ordinary people had access to the knowledge of the gods, but ignored divine wisdom. The gods, tired of bestowing the gift of knowledge only to have it ignored, decided to hide it. They believed that if people had to work for it, they would place a higher value upon the acquisition of wisdom? But where to hide it?

“Buy it in the ocean,” one of the gods suggested.

“No. On day humans will dive to the depth of the ocean,” a second demurred.

“Then bury it in the earth,” suggested another. that,  too, was dismissed, as was the top of the tallest mountain, since one day humans were sure to venture there.

Finally, one of the gods suggested they hide it where the people would never think of looking—inside themselves.”

THE TREE OF LIFE

P.S. I’m afraid to place anymore pictures, for yesterday something killed my site. Whew, I’m back. I had to leave Chrome and go to Firefox.