Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Will Bigfoot Cause A Paradigm Shift?



Will Bigfoot Cause A Paradigm Shift?
Extra Large Footprints To A More Enlightened World
By Dorraine Fisher


It’s possible I romanticize Bigfoot way too much. Maybe I read way too much into them. But the reason I do that is because I think they’re a huge deal...in changing the way people think and in the course of human evolution and the way we view our world.

And yes, this sounds pretty cheesy, but I’ll tell you why I think this way.

I think we humans are on our way toward an enormous shift in the way we think and perceive everything around us. I think our minds are evolving in many ways. And examining all things metaphysical and paranormal is a big part of that shift. It’s about believing in possibilities. Imagining that things we can’t actually see or put our hands on still may exist. That the definition of something being real is a little different than we thought.

I think those who believe in the paranormal or metaphysical have had some kind of experience in that sense, are much further ahead in this evolution. They’re either well able to imagine there is a whole world of existence beyond what they can see and touch, or they don’t have to imagine it because they’ve actually experienced it. But either way, their minds are open, and that’s what it takes to advance to the next level.

Last night, I started to work on an article countering a skeptic’s reasons why bigfoot probably doesn’t exist. And, as I was trying to formulate my arguments and articulate them well, it suddenly occurred to me that it simply didn’t matter. Whatever I said would either be met with agreement or opposition. And this depends on the personal paradigms of the reader. It didn’t matter what I said or how I said it. People will either believe or they won’t. My words won’t change this. And here’s why.

People have ALWAYS already made up their minds...from the beginning of humanity. And neuroscience says that one of the biggest flaws in the human mind is, if we think we already know something, we won’t look at any other information about it. We’ll just stop right there and not move any further forward. And that’s where our evolution stops too. We want to believe we’re right. We need to believe it. And we’ll actively look ONLY for evidence that supports what we already believe. And we’ll dismiss all other ideas.

We see this all the time in politics and religion and even in science. People will say another’s religious beliefs are wrong because they’re different, or they’ll only watch news stations that tell the news in a way that supports what they already believe about the world. Or they’ll reject new ideas simply because the scientific community denies there’s enough evidence to support them. So many minds are closed in this very way.

I think people are often afraid to change their minds. Afraid to go rogue and think for themselves. Afraid to stray away from authorities they believe have all the answers. Afraid to imagine it all might be different than they’ve always believed. I guess it’s like admitting they were wrong before. And wrong is somehow the worst thing we can be, we think. So people will stick to their current construct, even if it’s outdated or there’s simply no evidence left to support it. But it’s simply too much trouble to change the values we’ve always had and built our lives around, or to rewrite every chapter in the book. Even if we really should.

So, that’s why I say that people who aspire to or believe in things paranormal or metaphysical or just plain elusive have a distinct advantage. Maybe they’ve always been open to new things, or better yet, maybe they’ve been made to believe something different than they did before through an experience. So the pathway has been opened in their minds. And that pathway is a much bigger deal than we often realize.

But this is how we all should aspire to be.

Because as long as we have this attitude that we already know the “big truth,” and there’s nothing new we can learn, we’ve already failed as a species. How can we really call ourselves intelligent if we can’t wrap our minds around the idea that our own ideas about a lot of things may be flat-out wrong? How can we truly evolve as an intelligent being if we can’t challenge the very thoughts that are sitting in our heads holding us down right this minute?

This is called being stuck. And in order to move forward and become the humans we were all meant to be, we have to get unstuck.

But can we do that?

Some of us can. Some of us who’ve already accepted the strange, the unknown, and the not-quite-physical as part of their personal reality.


*********DF





This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, photographer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Book Of Blackthorne!



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1 comment:

  1. Hmmm.... well...
    I'm a miserable, angry lonely bastard. I don't like certain segments of American society, and that's OK, as they don't like me.
    I don't believe in Bigfoot. I Know there are sasquatches. having clearly seen a type 1 in Oregon, and type 2's in Illinois. They exhibited NO superhuman abilities. No "cloaking", no "Mindspeak" (it's called TELEPATHY, you Cretans!). No "phasing" through solid objects, no ultrasound "zapping", no escaping into another dimension. The huge guy in Oregon was thoroughly non-plussed by my presence, and the smaller ones in Illinois were excited and agitated by my being there. Saw them and heard them, clear as day, bigger than life and twice as ugly.
    No paradigm shift, no enlightenment, no connecting to any higher anything.
    My maternal grandmother was a Strega, which is kind of like an Italian witch, but different. No potions, no herbal medicine, no Samhain. Just using the Evil Eye and other curses to get what you want in life. I witnessed her use the Evil Eye on a contractor that screwed her on a deck project. He laughed right up until he had a coronary and died in her living room. I had seen lots of stuff like that from her. She used to watch "paranormal" shows on TV and laugh, telling me "Johnny, these are fools. There is no paranormal, only the supernatural, and it is for grown ups."
    Nope. No enlightenment, no higher attunement, no touching the world mind.
    My paternal great aunt was, well, I don't know. She could "talk" to animals. Get any animal to do anything that she wanted. Have a cat smoke a cigarette, call down jays and crows and hawks to her hand, get coyotes to play fetch and "shake". Again, no ritual, no smudging, no spirits, nothing but her good will and supernatural power.
    my family has had ghosts hanging around, mostly my maternal grandfather, but he only haunts my sister these days. I've gone on ghost lockdowns, heard the EVP's that were recorded, aw an orb or two. So? No epiphany, no light from above, no nearer my God unto thee. Just stuff I saw and heard. Do I believe in ghost? Not sure. I know what I saw and heard, though.
    To me, Bigfoot is several different species of flesh and blood pre-human hominids. Ghosts are, well, the dear departed. Dogmen are a type of werewolf, different than Lup Garou, rugaru, lobis homen, or Lup d'Malle. Black Eyed Children are vampire' progeny, abd a deperate one if it's turning children to help it hunt. Mothman is a kind of demon, not related to the Fallen Angels. It and "batsquatch" and the Jersey Devil are all analogous to bayakee. Aliens are extradimensionals not extraterretrials. The Greys are liars. They've only been coming here since the beginning of the 1900's or thereabout, and backed the wrong horse in WW@. So they BS about being ancient gods and such to help their various abductees that survive slip into a good case of Stockholm Syndrome, Whitley Streiber included.
    People look for enlightenment, seeking it in the stars or ancient civilizations or mysticism But you can open a sack of White Castle sliders, stare into it, and find as much enlightenment as anyone else is gonna get any where else. I mean, my friend Marcelle is a houngan in New Orleans. I've seen him do al kinds of crazy tuff INCLUDING zombification.
    I'm 56. I;ve been hearing about this lauded Age of Aquarius since 1968, which means I've been saying "told ya so" for 49 years. Not gonna happen. Not it or the Rapture or the Mayan Calendar thing or the Kali Yuga or the End of Days or Ragnarok or Nebiru.

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