Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Mad Daddy Drives A U.F.O

This post is not a serious post. This is what I call Psychic Head Lite, or Diet Head...

I was listening to a band from England called Alien Sex Fiend (they're not bad, although the name may throw you off) and the theme of most of their songs is about not being from the Earth. "With this world I cannot identify, so I don't try..." Then I thought of Styx's "Come Sail Away" which is about alien abduction (on the surface), and I remembered as a child about how I would drift away in thought through the buildup to and through the keyboard solo in the middle of the song. I was prone to daydreaming, and still am. My mom calls it A.D.D., but I think it is a gift. THEN, I thought of my favorite hymn, O My Father, which discusses the feelings one gets which kind of prods us to think, hey, the Earth is not home, right now anyway. In the future, yes, but we are from a different sphere. A more elevated sphere, and with this knowledge comes a certain sense of nobility we can try to reach for which raises us from our filthy state we are subject to right now.

So, the question I have, would Eliza Snow like Alien Sex Fiend and/or Styx?

P.S. If you have a problem with the name Alien Sex Fiend, I have a version you could call it: Non-resident Gender Fanatic...?


Blogger elasticwaistbandlady said...

Alien Sex Fiend? I'm not sure that Eliza Snow would approve of such things. Alien Ant Farm though, now that's a whole different story.

11:21 AM  
Blogger MsBolte said...

Come Sail Away is about alien abduction?

Dang. I'll never sing that song the same way again--not that I really sing it when it comes on. I try not to...but I usually cave, I'll admit.

You learn something new every dang day.

7:35 PM  
Blogger MsBolte said...

And now I'm realizing why I shouldn't post after 10:30--apparently that's when my brain decides to use the word "dang" as if it's a good thing.

Sorry about that.

7:36 PM  
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People practice visualisation, affirmations, they use hypnosis, subliminal programming or countless other tools to transform their lives. However they fail to recognise one key area in their lives that hinder these wonderful techniques from being effective.
They sit day after day visualising their perfect scene and yet nothing happens. Why? They have followed all the instructions to the letter! They have chanted and imagined! They have formed a colourful, vibrant scene in their minds and affirmed that this is their reality. Then all of a sudden things get worse! What is going on?
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The thoughts that you follow and give energy to become more dominant than the thoughts you discard. Your subconscious mind records these as your dominant picture on the issue at hand. You then move towards this picture because your subconscious mind starts making your outside world reflect the picture that you have stored internally.
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These thoughts that are not aligned with your goal. You are not giving complete attention to what you want. Whilst you are dealing with these other lines of thought your attention is not on your goal.
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Point your focus in the direction of you're the life you want. Think about what you want NOT what you don't want. It's that simple.
Your focus determines your reality. Change your focus and you change your life. self hypnosis

5:13 PM  

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