Traveling through a wasteland. It’s been days since you seen another human being. Going through rugged terrain and harsh weather. Finally you see something that stands out of the norm in nature. A painting on a rock. You admire the colors and details then as you look further you see an even bigger painting that takes up the side of a cliff. “What is this?” You ask yourself…
I had this vision in my minds eye and also in dreams. I imagine that this is what Alexandra David-Néel saw when she journeyed into Tibet. I don’t believe in coincidences anymore. After I had this vision, I looked up pictures from Alexandra David-Néel’s journey to try to match what I saw. It was then that I stumbled upon Nicolas Roerich and his paintings.
It’s exactly what I pictured in my vision. From my experience I can only imagine what Nicholas Roerich saw, as well as Alexandra David-Néel. They must have witnessed magic and sorcery that has thought to have been long gone. Alexandra David-Néel even stated that she seen an object in a distance moving at a significant rate. When she looked into her looking glass she saw a man in monk robes bouncing like a ball, covering great distances. 🤯 And let’s not get started about what other travelers seen in the sky back then and today in Tibet…
If you have a Vajra bell, ring it! Call your deity by mantra! Just because you believe you cleansed yourself doesn’t mean the karma within you hasn’t moved and hid somewhere else inside of your body! If you remember your dreams, it was a message. If you have visions, you have the sight. Stay connected with them, remember deities help and guide you to get where you want/need to be. Vajrayana believes that you can reach enlightenment within a single life time. With that being said the deities may speed things up for you. Take that with caution ⚠️ and be prepared that the reality of spiritual awakening can come off as an nightmare, but at the end it’s actually enlightening.
I am continuing with my journey and following my visions. I am not saying that this is the way and only way. I am not saying I am a saint nor a Buddha. What I am saying is that consider looking within yourself for answers. Your soul knows what’s best for your shell. For me Vajrayana happened to follow along with my own beliefs that I had since a child, before I even knew what spirituality was. It’s as if the bell sounds I hear in my visions are from Vajra bells and the Akashic Records. Remember, if you don’t believe in anything, nothing bad nor good will happen to you. You will become stagnant and rely on the physical for satisfaction and pleasure. You’re worth more than that. There is more to life than your average routine. Know that. ✌️ Blessings to all 📿🙏📿
If you need to make a trek into the wasteland, be prepared. Last thing you need is to be scavenging around like Max in The Road Warrior.
Being a road warrior like Max is one thing. Anyone can drive a vehicle. But a real driver is also a mechanic, a cook, navigator and good company; As stated in this article. Luckily there’s a website dedicated to Overlanding which gives insights for people who seek solitude behind the wheel. They provide you a free checklist for your journey and give good reviews on essential gear.
Your journey may be a quest to reach that Plains Of Silence, however make it an interesting one. Remember to have fun along the way. Enjoy the pure beauties this physical world has to offer to us. It’s a big world out there. Perhaps you need to go to places that make you feel small so that you realize how small your problems really are. ✌️
I’ve been feeling like Max lately
But also, at times I feel like Wez
People like Max and Wez are survivors. Physical and mental strength is what you need to last in the wasteland. And to think, at a time what separated those two type of people was a simple police badge.
Last week I took a trek into the wasteland. It’s been while since I been there. I was left with more questions than answers. But perhaps that’s what it is all about. Perhaps we have all the answers, we’re just asking the wrong questions.
E’S Club Sports was a company that focused on speciality parts aimed at the Civic (AT & EF) as well as the AE86. They’re known for their muffler and coilovers: Eikoh! After the debut of the EG6, Eikoh! parts where no longer made. The company ended up becoming a car maintenance shop.
Imagine, the creator and members of E’S Club Sports probably never would have imaged their parts to pop off like it did. Little would they know that it would end up creating a sensation back then, and a feeling of nostalgia when reflected back on present day. You have OG Kanjozoku’s who opt for their parts and swear by them.
Though the company quit racing parts sales and racing activities about 20+ years ago I bet you they still own some tuner cars with Eikoh! parts on them. It’s good to hear that they’re still around and in business. Something we should keep in mind within ourselves. If you are passionate about something, stay in that mindset one way or another. Stay in the game yo! Be around the things you love and never give up on your dreams. ✌️