Condensing Infinity

Mike’s Common Sense


Man’s view of God really hasn’t changed much in the last 4,000 years. Even today, most people’s conception of God resembles Michelangelo’s famous depiction on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City. There is God, often depicted as a gray-haired, bearded old man, and there is Man, created by God, but separate and distinct from God.

This sense of being separated from God has been used and compounded by the religions of the world. They have set themselves up as intermediaries between Man and God. This position has given the religions immense power because Man feels he needs a religion to connect him to God. Without this connection, Man has been taught that he will be doomed to an afterlife of eternal damnation.

It is time that mankind be told the truth. The consciousness of mankind has progressed enough that many can finally cut the umbilical cord between the Self and organized religion. Mankind is now an adult and can stand on its own two feet.

The only separation between Man and God is the wall each of us has built to hide our self from God. The need to hide from God is the result of guilt and shame that has been hammered into us by the religions.

Let’s talk about God.

In truth, there is nothing that can be said about God; to do so is to limit the limitless. However, since we are working through a human brain, we cannot comprehend the limitless, so I will try to condense infinity for comprehension purposes. God is, you are. Does that help? No? Then let me condense infinity some more for you. God is love; we exist because God loves us.

Since there is truly no separation between God and Man, does that mean that each of us is God? Because each of us has developed an ego in order to function in this world, that is not totally correct. It would be more correct to say, God is each of us!

Why is there evil and hatred in the world? Each soul has been given free will, and not all have learned the lessons of love. It takes thousands of lifetimes to learn through trial and error all the lessons needed to be learned before revelation has been earned. All of these lessons are about, and based on love.

That is why love has been stressed by every Saint and Savior that has ever come to help Man evolve. All you need is love!

There really is nothing else to say.

May the blessings be.

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Keep It Simple

Mike’s Common Sense

How neat would it be if we could change the world by everyone learning to follow two simple rules? That’s right; if we could learn two simple rules, and teach them to our children, we can change the world. Sound crazy? Maybe, but I am going to try to show how.

Richard Mayberry, in his book “Whatever Happened To Justice?”, gives us two basic laws:1) Do everything you have agreed to do,2) Don’t encroach on anyone or their property.

Now, I paraphrased these laws to keep them short, but in essence, that’s all there is to it. Sounds pretty easy, and I’m sure that most of us try to work within these parameters on a day-to-day basis. However, there are a vast majority of people out there who don’t. These are the people that think they can “get over” on other people for personal benefit. They are caught up in the “Free Lunch Syndrome” (FLS).

FLS comes from people believing that they can get something for nothing. They are ignorant of the spiritual laws that also govern us. Truth is, we all pay for everything we ever get. Karma is the great balancer. If you cheat or defraud someone for profit, sooner or later you will be the victim. It really is easier just to earn (or pay for) everything up front; then there are no worries.

Honesty is the best policy. Let’s teach that to our kids instead of fighting over evolution or banning books in our schools. Remember the basics and keep it simple. If we can change our mindset to accept these two principles — and live them — we can make the world a more beautiful place to live.

Like Lynyrd Skynyrd said in their song, “Simple Man”: Be a simple kind of man. Be something you love and understand. 

It’s all so simple.

Mike’s Health Cocktail (Improved)

Mike’s Common Sense

Many people today are looking for ways to improve their overall health without the use of prescription drugs. Most prescription drugs have many side effects that may cause more problems than they help. Most prescription drugs do not really cure health problems as much as they just hide symptoms of poor health.

Most of the food we eat does not have the minerals and nutrients our bodies need to maintain proper health. The reason for this is over farming of the land, GMOs, and the use of glycosphate (Round-up).

I decided after much research to formulate a drink that is inexpensive, easy to make, and will basically provide the body with all of the trace minerals, and nutrients it needs to maintain optimum health. Mike’s Health Cocktail is all about PREVENTIVE homeopathic medicine.

This cocktail acts as an anti-fungal, and antibacterial. It will help prevent, and cure cancer. It will also help prevent the flu without the use of vaccines. It has natural probiotics so it will help keep you regular, prevent acid upset stomach, and will help keep your body pH alkaline.

Here is my personal cocktail that I take once a day, it is my breakfast.

Each item is linked to a site so you may investigate their health properties. (Go ahead, click on them).

2-3 tbs of Bragg’s Natural Apple Cider Vinegar.

1/2 tsp of Bragg’s Liquid Aminos.

1/2 tsp of ground turmeric.

1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon.

1/4 Tsp of Vitamin C Powder

1/2 Tsp of cayenne powder.

1/2 Tsp ground ginger.

1/8 Tsp black pepper.

1/8 Tsp Himalayan Pink Sea Salt.

1 1/2 Tsp Diatomaceous Earth

2 Tsp organic beet powder

Put the Vitamin C crystals, beet powder,turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, DE, sea salt, and cayenne in the bottom of a glass. Pour the apple cider vinegar, and the liquid aminos on top. Add a spritz of water (or as much water as you wish. You can even put in a little natural honey for taste), and stir vigorously.

In addition to this I also take supplements such as 2400 mg fish oil, 2400 mg of coconut oil, 5000 mg garlic oil and vitamins B,D, E, and graviola.

Use only an organic, unpasteurized, unfiltered, apple cider vinegar, NOT clear pasteurized vinegar. Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar is the best, and easiest to find (Available at Whole Foods, and most grocery stores).

If you are on prescription blood thinners, or other prescription drugs, consult your doctor first.

Try this cocktail for a couple of months, and I guarantee you will notice results. You will feel better, more energetic, lose weight, and help fight off cancer and other bacterial diseases.

Please feel free to share this recipe with your friends, and family.

#boycottbigpharma

A Lot Of Bad People

Mike’s Common Sense

A lot of bad people, have been doing a lot of bad things for a lot of years.


How do you get away with this for so many years?


You make sure the heads of Law enforcement, DOJ, FBI, Judges, Prosecutors are bad people like you. (On the same corruption train).


This is what has been going on for many decades, Bad cops, Judges etc. protecting bad people.


This has been going on, not only on the Federal level, but also the State, and Local levels for many decades.


Of course if you have been doing a lot of bad things for a lot of years, it would be helpful if the Media systems were headed by bad people like you to help cover up your crimes. Look up “Operation Mockingbird”.


There you have it, American politics for over 50 years.


Donald Trump campaigned to drain American Politics of the bad people, and he has been doing it.


NOW do you understand why most high level politicians (D and R), and the Mainstream Media hate Trump so much? NOW do you understand why the bad people so desperately want to impeach (get rid of) our President?


This is the time to WAKE UP! Many of the bad things that the bad people have done are finally coming to light with the Inspector General report, and soon to come declassification of the F.I.S.A. abuse, Prosecutor Durham’s, and Huber’s report, and subsequent indictments.


The Golden Age of America, and the world is at hand. PAY ATTENTION!

Ahem, The Golden Age of America, and the world is at hand. PAY ATTENTION!

Beating the Blues

Mike’s Common Sense
Many people these days are struggling with depression in one form or another. This depression is often compounded in the winter time when there is less sunshine. Many people seek relief using prescription anti-depressants; and others seek it with alcohol, and other recreational drugs.

Most people who are taking antidepressants, and recreational drugs do not need to medicate themselves to feel better. Most people can find a way out of depression through natural means. We will discuss a few of these methods in a minute, but first, what is depression?

Most doctors believe that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. While this is true in some cases such as manic-depressives, and psychotics, who need medication; most depressives can be helped without antidepressants. Antidepressants tend to suppress the emotions which makes most users feel like robots that are incapable of feeling; they seldom help as intended, and leave the user feeling empty as well as depressed. These drugs are also responsible for violent outbreaks, and suicides.

If you are one of these folks, put down your Prozac (Consult your doctor on how to safely withdraw from these dangerous drugs.) and try some of these remedies.

Cut back on your sugar intake. We all know what sugar does to children; well adults are no different. Sugar provides a lift for a short time but also induces a mood crash after it burns off.

Find ways to externalize your thoughts. Many people suffering from depression spend too much time thinking about themselves. This is the breeding ground for all sorts of negative thoughts and feelings such as worry, feelings of inferiority, and stress. The cure for this is to find things to do to get you to think of something besides yourself. This could be a hobby, volunteer work, painting, writing, or any number of things. The important thing is to find something that you really like to do, and go do it.

Get some exercise. This really ties in with externalizing your thoughts, but also provides other benefits such as producing endorphins, and other mood lifting chemicals in the brain. You don’t have to be a workout warrior to get the benefits. Go for a walk, or light jog every other day, that will do wonders for your overall feeling of well being.

Go outside, get some sunshine! Sunshine produces vitamin D in the body. Vitamin D is essential to good health, helps enhance the mood, and feelings of well being, as well as endorphins

If you live in a northern climate take extra vitamin D during the winter time. In the winter very few people get the amount of vitamin D they need. Less sun means less vitamin D production in your body, so you need to account for this. In the winter people should be taking 2,000 – 5,000 iu’s of vitamin D daily. If you have a job where you get very little sun you should also be taking vitamin D supplements daily.

Many studies have recently shown Magnesium supplements, and Lithium Orotate supplements to be more helpful in treating depression than prescription anti-depressants.

Open the spiritual channels to your higher self. Man is a spiritual being living in a physical body. If the ego becomes too distant from the spiritual self, depression is often the result. Try to take a few minutes each day to open yourself to spirit. This can be done in any number of ways such as meditation, contemplation, and prayer. I personally like to take a few moments to sing the HU during the course of the day, and before bed. HU is the secret and powerful name of God which makes a marvelous mantra to reconnect with spirit. Just fill yourself with love by thinking about someone you love, and sing HU (pronounced Hugh).

As I said there are many ways to open yourself to spirit, you just need to find the best one for you.

If you are suffering from the blues, or a clinical depressive, you will find that many of these techniques will help and improve your quality of life.

Nonviolent Communication

Mike’s Common Sense

I am troubled by the hostility I encounter every day. It does not bother me that people are vehement about their beliefs, but rather the way they communicate them to others. The politicians, the editorials, the news channels, the evangelists, even bloggers, don’t know how to get their point across without insulting their opposition.

The point of communication is to convey your thoughts, your beliefs, your needs to someone else — not to convert them or coerce them into your way of reasoning. To berate or threaten those who feel differently will not work in trying to get them to understand your views.

Now, we can talk about tolerance, but the truth is most of us are not tolerant. However, that does not mean we cannot communicate in a nonviolent fashion. After all, it goes to reason that if you can communicate your needs and thoughts without insulting or threatening the listener, you will have a better chance of getting that person to listen, understand, and perhaps agree to your views.

One of the best books I have read in the last ten years is “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Compassion” by Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD. This book should be required reading for all people, like “Johnny Tremain” was back when I was a kid. OK, little joke there, but every parent, teacher, politician, manager — anyone who has to interface with other people — should read this book. It is well written and shows how easy and effective it is to communicate in a nonviolent way.

When communication is nonviolent, it not only conveys to the listener your needs, but also tacitly lets them know that you care about theirs. This is when real communication can take place because it is an exchange of ideas and needs.

Isn’t that what communication is all about?

Are You Man Enough?

Mike’s Common Sense

I grew up with two brothers. One was older than me, the other younger. We were all separated by one year intervals, so we grew up fairly close in age. This, of course, meant that we fought…a lot. Being the middle son, it seems that I was always in the middle of one of the fights. My older, and my younger, brothers seldom fought amongst each other.

My dad, knew that boys, would be boys, and he did not interfere with most of our squabbles (unless something got broke, then we all got spanked). But, woe to the child that started something then came running to him for help. His answer to that kid (usually me), was always firm; “If you’re man enough to dish it out, you better be man enough to take it! There is nothing worse than someone who can dish it out, but can’t take it!”

These words are the wisdom by which I live my life. They taught me quite a few things such as: taking responsibility for my actions, empathy for others, and that what ever I did to someone else, I had better be able to take when someone did it to me.

These three things are the cornerstone of our interpersonal relationships. Those who have learned, and follow them, are well adjusted, and normally get along with others. Those who haven’t learned them are maladjusted, and unpopular. Nobody wants to associate with someone who can’t “play well” with others.

We all know some of these “don’t play well with others” type of people. These folks feel that they have Carte Blanch to do, or say, anything they want to others; but are quick to take offense when someone responds in kind to them. Perhaps they just don’t realize that their behavior is churlish, and childish. Maybe they just aren’t smart enough to grasp the lessons most others mastered in elementary school.

Maybe they just weren’t lucky enough to have a dad like mine.

Santa Redneck Is Coming To Town

Mike’s Common Sense


Christmas comes early each year to our normally quiet community here in Homestead, Florida. Santa’s come by the droves, not in sleighs, but in RVs, and campers, and pick-up trucks.

They come here each year to watch the last NASCAR race of the year; the one that decides the NASCAR champion, The Homestead-Miami Ford 400. These Santa’s, don’t come with a bag of presents, but with pockets full of cash. It is a welcome influx of cash for the hotels, shops, trailer parks, and bars of Homestead, and Florida City.

My wife, who tends a bar in Florida City, looks forward to this big three day party every year. After bar tending here the last five years, she knows that these folks love to drink, party, and lavish her with piles of dough; and there are few things she likes more than making lots of money.

The average NASCAR fan won’t win many Nobel Prizes, or even spelling bees in their lifetime; but they remember her little bar, and they even remember her name, so it is like a big reunion for everyone.

These folks may be a little grubby, and their smiles remind you of a gap toothed jack-o-lantern; but they are usually well behaved, and very generous. Just be sure that you have countless cases of ice cold Coors Light, Budweiser, and Jack Daniels, on hand.

With all the drinking going on, it is a wonder to me how they can even find the race track, let alone keep track of how many left turns their favorite driver Billy Bob Kyle has successfully negotiated but, they do. In fact, they really get into the race.

Many of them rent out head sets so they can listen in on the communication going back and forth from the pit crew chief, and the driver. Crackle, static “hey, that was a real impressive left turn yew made back there, Jimmy Joe Don, now be careful, ‘cus yew got another one coming up right quick” Crackle, pop “yeah Benny Earl Ray, the car’s running real smooth right now, hold on, gotta another one of them left turns coming up.”

Sheer excitement!

I’m not really big on NASCAR racing; just five minutes of watching these guys going around in circles puts me in a trance. But, as long as they keep coming down here every year with pockets full of cash, we’ll be glad to welcome them here.

“Hey, Kenny Jeb Kirk, how the hell are yew? Its good to see yew agin! Did yew bring your sister?”

Duality

Mike’s Common Sense

This world is a very complex place. In spite of this complexity, there is one thing that everything has in common; everything has an opposite.

This is a world of duality. This means that nothing in it exists, without it’s opposite. There is no cause, without effect; no light without dark; no good, without bad. There is no spiritual, without animal; no giving, without taking; no hardness, without softness; no love without hate; and no grace without sin.

The reason for this duality is that this is a spiritual-material universe. Everything in this universe is composed of a mixture of Spirit (energy), and matter. Einstein proved with relativity that all matter is actually energy in a condensed, or stepped down form, so everything is Spirit in either a higher, or a lower vibration rate. The higher the vibration rate of the substance, the more we will perceive that to be energy, and the lower the vibration rate, the more we will perceive it to be matter. This perception is based on our relative view point of the substance.

The two different natures of spirit account for the duality found in this world. The spirit of higher vibration is positive in nature, and the lower vibration is negative. Both are essential for the physical universe to exist. Do not make the mistake of equating positive with good, and negative with evil, because they are actually the same; and arise from the same source. In order to have a physical world you need a denser vibration level of spirit in order to have “solid” objects. All of these “solid” objects, are animated, or manifested by higher vibration spirit (i.e. The Holy Ghost, The Holy Spirit, The Eck, The Word, etc.).

There are many names for this higher vibration spirit, and each religion has their own name for it. In the same manner each religion has a different name for the originator of this power (i.e. God, Allah, Sugmad, Jehovah, etc.).

This is the true explanation of the holy trinity as taught by most of the world’s religions. There is The Father (God). Out of The Father emanates The Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit manifests The Son (mankind). The Holy Spirit manifests not only mankind, but everything in this physical universe. This is the secret to the “oneness of everything” as expressed by the mystics, Saints, and Saviors.

This world was created by God as a training ground for It’s Son (Man). Man must learn through many lifetimes, how to navigate and understand the duality of this world, and to stay in balance with the positive, and the negative.

In spite of the duality of this world, there is one thing that all opposites have in common…God.

Lights In the Darkness

Mike’s Common Sense

We are beings of light. Each one of us is the prodigal child of God sent into the spiritual-material worlds for schooling. Many of us have been going to this school for 100,000 years or more. Now 100,000 years may seem like a lot, and it is, but in relation to eternity it is but a small drop in the bucket. Because we are beings of light we are immortal, and eternal, just like our father; God.

We have forgotten who we are, and why we are here. Each of us is a light surrounded by the darkness of negativity. The light is our true self, and the darkness is the illusion we have to navigate through on the road to realizing our true self once again. This illusion is propagated and maintained by the black magicians who have put themselves in power. It is their desire to keep us in this darkness as their not so willing slaves. They do this by keeping our attention focused on the negativity that surrounds us, instead of letting us focus on the positive.

We are constantly being bombarded with negativity designed to keep us locked in our prison cells. We are fearful of dying, we are fearful of going to hell. We are fearful of war, and we are fearful of any other fear du jour that the media happens to be pushing at the moment. We are anxious about our jobs, our homes, our freedom, and the swine flu. All of these things and more are assaulting us on a daily basis.

This is no accident. The people in control know that if we should ever learn of our true divinity and identity; they would never be able to keep us under their dominion. Darkness can never rule when there is light.

Each of us needs to fan the fire, ignite the flame, and shine their light. Shine your light to show yourself the way; shine your light to show others the way. The way to do this is to love God, love yourself, and love your neighbor.

You may fan the fire by singing the HU on a daily basis. Singing the HU will raise your vibration level allowing you to see your light, and the light of God. Singing the HU will help you realize that you are NOT the prodigal child of God. Singing the HU will help you realize that you are a being of light, and not just a physical body. Singing the HU will lower your fear and anxiety level as you learn of your true identity. Singing the HU will free yourself, and your fellow man from the negativity and darkness that seemingly surrounds us.

Join me if you will, HUUUUUUUUU

The black magicians in control will not be happy.

Ed. note: HU is a secret name for God that has been used as a mantra for spiritual enlightenment, and raising one’s vibrations. It is pronounced Hugh.