Social Media Advice for the New Age

After five years of showcasing my channeling, teachings and artwork on the internet I have had to “deal” with people. What this means is I was not a mole in a hole, rather, I had to sit and face all kinds of personalities from around the world. I heard them, responded and shared with them, sometimes retreating from them. A few became actual friends, a couple hundred got blocked, but an even larger number have become consistent contacts who benefit from what I do. This meant going through love and hate -mail, getting good and bad advice, making mistakes and becoming resilient. At the end of the day, I’ve helped people transform their lives and grown a lot on a personal level.

Growing up, social media was in it’s beginning stages after the dotcom era, Y2K-scare and AOL’s disappearance. I had family members supporting my D.I.Y. website hobby and others criticizing the time I spent “socializing” on messenger. How could anyone predict that PayPal, YouTube and Google would happen back then? They couldn’t because it was neither their interest nor investment.

The New Age, an alternative to religious tradition, is a world-wide culture spreading it’s ideas through the internet. A developing movement lacks terms to describe those interested in Hinduism, U.F.O.s and rainbow gatherings. These spiritual Joe’s require astrology reports, animal rights petitions and ocean cleanup news. Reading quantum physics headlines and watching live, singing bowl videos is no longer limited to those who can afford attending retreats. Because of this knowledge, one can see how moving into a label-free zone is both unifying and confusing. It can be especially challenging when defining yourself in a cyber netherworld as “other.”

My partner, however, summed this up quite perfectly: “the internet is an astral template of the future.” What he meant by this is through the Net we are formulating templates for an ideal world. Having this vision is a major, necessary aspect of the New Age. If you want healing, love, creativity and joy for the planet, do not stop the movement of your spirit. People may call you “fake”, “naive”, or “crazy”, but the leaders and doers won’t. Alternatively, if you are a grounded workhorse or more of a manager/organizer-type, these are also vital for manifesting functioning solutions. The people who supported my “strange lifestyle” (as a psychiatrist who assessed my sense of reality put it) were teachers, gamers, psychics, college students, engineers, rappers, surgeons, soldiers, actors, trainers, deejays, chefs and more. It’s those everyday people that will help shape your experience of “what is”, even if you think you’re the next internet star or feel insignificant.

When trying to do something good, people will unfortunately sense the positivity and behave in mean ways. You won’t understand and sometimes there is nothing you can do. My best advice for these times is to remain consistent by continuing to do what works for you. Often, the best thing for your wellbeing is the best thing for everyone else, too. Feeling excited and passionate about what I’m saying, other people magically gravitate towards my livestreams. Somehow they decide to share more energy, getting inspired while learning at the same time. It’s a win-win and you didn’t necessarily need to pray to God for it while not actually believing in the prayer on a deeper level.

Personally speaking, I’ve had to give up preconceived ideas about how groups of people “are.” Whenever I formed an absolute, someone would quickly prove me wrong. If you’re wanting to “become more spiritual” as people have said to me several times, you’ll find out that it’s always about who someone is, not what they look or smell like. It’s about their being, their soul and their intent. Trust your instincts and continue to go higher. We are all learning here and hopefully trying harder tomorrow.

~Krista Raisa

Channel, Teacher, Artist

 

 


Mega List of Earth-Friendly Projects

*list will be updated

We are all on this Earth together and starseeds/volunteer souls are especially concerned about our Great Mother. Also, empaths who tune into nature may find that they have a “job” or “mission” that involves one of the following. One person cannot do it all, but if everyone plants a seed (action, prayer or idea) recycles and projects a benevolent future, we can create a better reality. It’s also a good idea to read about Earth news rather than hype, to remain passionate and generate self-worth. The faeries will be grateful and come back!

  • Ecoloblue (machine produces water out of air, e.g. in deserts, one of several, like Warka Water tower)
  • Plant for the Planet (15,205,119,507 planted as of 11/16/17)
  • Oxygen power plants
  • Waste-to-fuel systems/machines
  • Photonic crystalline air-ion producers
  • Legal safety for inventors
  • Eco science fairs for students kindergarten to college to university level
  • Shungite devices added to EMF meters (MANDATORY)
  • Recycling/Eco website/newspaper/magazine/social media/ebooks/courses/videos/podcasts/journalism
  • Ocean-cleaning machine
  • Home-made paper
  • Turn your phone’s Bluetooth off/screens lower to save the battery; put on Airplane mode at night (turn off the WIFI)
  • Supporting reforestation/purchasing land and protecting it
  • Ash fertilizer (rather than expensive chemical version)
  • Earth Day Canopy Project
  • CLIMEWORKS (machine sucks 200 cars’ worth of carbon out of air, Swiss project)
  • Personally sorting Trash (paper/plastic/aluminum/egg cartons/glass/brown paper/boxes) and recycling centers
  • End plastic bagging with tote bags
  • Bring a bag along nature walks to pick up trash
  • Solar panels/solar roadways/solar outdoor restaurant lights
  • Hydroponics/home-gardens
  • Renewable energy aka sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat (quitting coal and fossil fuels; finding alternative energy resources that do not emit carbon monoxide)
  • Electric cars with EMF protection
  • Pack with recycled shipping materials
  • Microplastic cleaning devices
  • Compost biological/food in a closed container or outside
  • Concrete from plastic bottles
  • Invest in water-soluble bottles and oil that turns into fish food (has been done!)
  • Hemp-crete
  • Bring your own tumbler to coffee shops (see Serbia’s No More Styrofoam Project/ Woobox)
  • Earth-friendly landscaping / green terraces and city rooftops
  • Read more Kindle books, buy used book copies, visit the library
  • Buy used jeans and sweaters (it takes 1000-2000 gallons of water to make one new one!)
  • Reduce your carbon footprint/create infographics, become an infopreneur
  • Reverse vending machines (recyclers get paid)
  • Mandatory laws
  • Stylizing rubbish
  • Tree-planting global initiative
  • Support local taylors, local products, local honey and animal life
  • Chemical-free cleaning products (detergent, soaps, shampoos, carpet cleaners)
  • Cooking at home and with friends or use eco takeout supplies
  • Try a fuel structurer for efficient driving e.g. http://etsy.me/2mv2Qll
  • Agriculture crystals (100% natural and charged)
  • Sign petitions, march, be an activist
  • Create peaceful, conscious, positive music & art
  • Recycle metals (for industry, car parts)
  • Use better cooking oils
  • Negative ion plugs
  • Menstrual cups (reusable)
  • Lead-pipe inspections
  • Big-city river cleaners
  • Toilet water decalcifyer
  • Support green parties
  • Air quality monitoring stations
  • Trash fines/Cleaning work
  • Basic pollution abatement equipment (in power plants)
  • Regional action, political will, civil society activism, commercial compliance, bureaucratic incentive
  • “Seed bombs”
  • Ride a bicycle
  • Farmer’s markets
  • Eat more fruits, vegetables, whole-grains (apple juice with natural pectin, integrity bananas, clean greans)
  • Global contraception
  • Solar irrigation pumps, Solar showers
  • Nuclear-free Future Award
  • Environmental SCIENCE
  • Organicity planning
  • Green homes/ Earth ships/ Off-grid communities
  • Compost toilets
  • Support small, independent business / handmade
  • Organic/Cage-free/Natural
  • Sustainable philosophy
  • Touch/feel food for gratitude
  • Biodiversity
  • Earth Festivals
  • Animal studies
  • Trading/Tithing
  • Tree-planting olympics using proper forest ecology (diverse forest, more costly but more efficient)
  • Filters / Reusable water containers
  • Bee-keeping
  • Energy-efficient appliances
  • REDUCE, RECYCLE, REUSE (and read!)

 

Finally, what is most important is that you love the work you do for the planet.

 

Links:

https://www.ecowatch.com/

http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/

https://inhabitat.com/

https://www.recyclinginternational.com/

http://www.recyclingtoday.com/

http://www.sciencedaily.com

http://www.theecologist.org/

http://www.who.int/en/

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7 New Age References in Famous Rap Lyrics

My third eye is open because my focus is strong.” -M.I.A. [Go Off, 2016]

Intelligently sprinkled throughout the underground since vintage days are artists who reflect[ed] on cultural themes including space, divination, history and the astral plane. Even amidst the rise of “mumble rap” we hip-hop heads and rap kittens stay safe because of the thinkers, cultural-critics and passionately flowing poets. In a world emerging with more D.I.Y. productions you’ll come across deeper insights perpendicular to major label -produced studio tracks promoting hype. As they say, “don’t believe the hype”, rather, believe in thyself and support the people who reflect you. Check your subscriptions since we manifest what we listen to, over and over again. PS. These are all really good songs.

    1. Ason, I keep planets in orbit While I be coming with deeper and more shit” [Ol’ Dirty Bastard – Brooklyn Zoo, 1995] & “Planets in orbit, line ’em up with the stars. Tarot cards, you can see the pharoh Nas.” [Nas – Nas Is Like, 1999] These are the anthems that will set any concert or record off. Alicia Keys sampled ODB in the “Girlfriend” -version of Brooklyn Zoo singing about jealousy. Nas (ex of Kelis) I have seen rock a crowd that extended miles upon miles in Finland. People were puff puff passing and there was barely any room to exit (not that anyone even wanted to).
    2. So mister funkmaster, pump the bee gees. And all you college students, play your ouijas. Check the spelling: r-e-f-u-g-e-e, get the cd from sam goody, hee hee!” [Wyclef Jean – We Trying to Stay Alive, 1997] My Iranian-American Middle School crush introduced me to this album which is pure Hatian fire! Plus, the track has Lauryn Hill in the music video and Pras on the dance floor. It’s a must-see especially for the 70s funky disco Broadway musical -style choreography.
    3. Yo, we flying through your neighborhood in hyperspeed. Astro travellin’ off that hydro weed.” [Quasimoto – Astro Travellin, 2000] The animated alter-ego of producer Madlib from Stones Throw Records shows consistent creativity and insightful stream-of-consciousness lyrics. Imagining the scenario from the set is a person in dream-state who leaves the physical body and travels on the “real time” plane of existence which includes actual cities and people you know. This is called keeping it real!
    4. They were here before Adam, descendants of Anu. Took on mortal fashion, built themselves statues in the image of themselves to worship themselves, built towards of themselves to remind them of when they fell. They came from a station in space, an angelical race, giant in stature, helmets and capes. That they were, visiting the planet to explore, long journey from their own because their race had war. It’s said they called their planet Nibiru and that they were fallen heroes. They saw gold, saw trees and life more liberal.” The entire song by Killah Priest called “Winged People” is about the annunaki in his album “The Psychic World of Walter Reed”, talking about Earth history back a couple hundred thousand years. This is a super-unique storytelling track which teaches with a skillfully animated music video.
    5. Will you be prepared when the Elohim return? What’s your main concern? It’s like people never learn. As the world burns, tell me will you stand firm? ” [Lost Children of Babylon – Will You Be Prepared, 2001] These lyrics may be an obvious reggae reference to “Babylon burning”, as in, the corrupt system [is] falling apart. People call this kind of rap conscious rap, an entire genre in itself that’s still underground and might stay there until the new system emerges with the youth of today.
    6. Channeling the greatest […] I’m moving vertically, Will i miss the planet when i blast off? Certainly Don’t take it personally, Earthlings don’t understand […] Step into you’re spaceship Atmospheric hovering Wind-blown starseeds Black soil covering Germinating heavy-weights Deep space navigate Chant a song, elevate Cosmic sound uttering” [Sa-Roc – The Little Spaceship, 2010] Her album is called “Journey of the Starseed” where song titles include: The Merkaba, Dream Catcher, Starseed, Nebular Soldier, and The Force. Warrior spirit Sa-Roc, born Assata Perkins, has produced nine albums and several mixtapes, showing the most consistency in the cosmic arena. #Mindblown.
    7.  “Furthermore, as determined by the collective consciousness of this state of being and the lessened distance between thought patterns and their secular manifestations, the role of men as listening receptacles is to be increased by a number no less than 70 percent of the current enlisted as vocal aggressors. Motherfuckers better realize, now is the time to self-actualize. We have found evidence that hip hops standard 85 rpm when increased by a number as least half the rate of it’s standard or decreased at ¾ of it’s speed may be a determining factor in heightening consciousness.” This DNA-unravelling poem has been performed solo-acapella and with background instruments. The lyrics offer solutions for cultural separation, lazy rappers and stiff intellectuals. It’s super special, too, when artists list “The Greats” in a song (kind of like when Le Tigre listed riotgrrrls in Hot Topic). I highly recommend this for brains. [Saul Williams – Coded Language]

 

-Krista Raisa,

Channel, Teacher, Artist

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7 Space-Themed Vintage Trademarks

While tumbling (surfing tumblr.com) and parousing my vintage dELiA*s clothing catalogue, I came across a (you guessed it) synchronicity! Zooming in on the items I liked, I noticed the clothing brands and trademarks were cosmic-sounding names.

Here are more than a few star-themed ones. It seems the late 90s and early 2000s were styled galactically with silvery backdrops and star rivets on superflares.

Should these motifs ease your shopper’s guilt, consider your feelings because thrifting helps save the environment (especially with jeans). This may also rejuvenate your spirit as a recent study of elders placed in homes with their childhood items showed signs of anti-aging.

Home-sick starseeds can understand this or at least get a kick out of when the satin sequin trim platforms read “Sorry, silver not available“.

  1. UFO Jeans (1967): “[…] classic military styles as a foundation to adapt and reinvent for the times […] using music, arts, politics, and contemporary ideologies as inspiration.” These were the pants the breakers, skaters and ravers would wear and still do, today.
  2. Spacegirlz : This name made tons of used plaid shorts and pants online, especially on Vinted.com (an alternative to Poshmark and DePop buy-trade-sell apps). Board-shorts were all the rave because they represented the fun, beachy, surf-culture that California is all about. They were also too short to wear to most public and religious schools in the U.S. Breaking the rules would get you sent home or with a phone call to your parents to “put on some clothes”! We should have told them it was to save the oceans.
  3. Starlette: This is a very-hard-to-find company! It’s made in the USA and they created the “STAR HOODIE.” They have some spinoffs of the name, but it’s probably retired. You can imagine this with those wrecking ball and barbed wire necklaces that were so…metal. You can be easy-going while rocking a rainbow decoration right over the heart-chakra.
  4. Stella Starr: Interestingly, this shirt could mix and match with with any of the other items as the main throwback color scheme was Earthy and laid-back. This has got the baseball -look with Wet Seal or Contempo Casual club-style zebra print and Spice Girl power attitude. Coincidentally, there’s an indie rock band with the same name and one of their songs is called “Moon Girl” (2003).
  5. 3 Star UK: It sounds like Orion’s belt is in a catalogue. Here the star and baseball tee -trend continues! This was also made in the USA although it’s got “UK” in the name. (Maybe this has something to do with the punk-rock designer.) If you want to recreate this look you can iron on silver heat-press letters or use an embroidery machine for decorating with empowering slogans, rather than supporting mass-produced factory mothball items. D.I.Y. is also a wicked cool way to help Mother Nature.
  6. Starburst Lipstick by Petunia: No, Harry Potter’s aunt did not create a lip-kit. “Wish-on-a-star pink”, “starry night lilac” and “starkles orange” are color names in the accessories section of this catalogue. Cosmic consciousness, it seems, has trickled through in the most unusual of ways. These are featured right next to some silver glitter star hair-clips, rings and a “Machu Pichu” hat (spelled with one “c” instead of two for legal reasons). Also, I’ll predict what’s next: chakra makeup.
  7. Tiny Planet: Continued in this section are rainbow mini lanterns and the “STARRY NIGHT” laundry bag by Tiny Planet. Is it just me or could someone be messin’ with a Mandela hologram? They also made a monkey floor mat, laundry hampers, moon-patched TV pillows, penguin stationary and bedding.

 

If you are considering having your own trademark, know that you’ll need to send a check to your state office and claim it for approximately $10 (for one year). A (TM) protects brand-names and logos of goods, services and forms of intellectual property.

 

~Krista Raisa

Channel, Teacher, Artist

 

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