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    5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

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    5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

    Post  hinesmama on Wed Jan 02, 2013 5:19 pm



    This is a great article I stumbled upon a few years ago when I was in the bargaining phase of the awakening process. This write-up helped give me some perspective. Not only can it be used in a truth seeking journey but can be applied to other plights of this life as well, such as a death or relationship loss. Hope you find the value I did. God Bless


    5 Stages of the Awakening

    By Silver Shield, on January 30th, 2011

    “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it.” -Henry Ford

    One of the greatest challenges to becoming Totally Free is to be able to think independently from everyone else. You know instinctively that no one cares about you, as much as you care about yourself. Yet we constantly listen to others about what is best for us, instead of thinking about what is best for us. That is because we live in a world where everyone tells you what to think, but no one tells you how to think. We are blasted everyday with advertising, financial sales pitches, political media propaganda, religious dictates and more and more social pressure to conform. Most of our lives we don’t make any real decisions we kind of just fall into a routine. You see when you do not really think, you leave your mind open to those who do think. The real and most often unnoticed danger is a class of predators manipulating societies for their own selfish benefits. If you go along to get along and not think outside of the box, you risk being caught in the undertow of a doomed society or worse.

    “In our dreams, people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands. The present education conventions of intellectual and character education, fade from their minds and unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive folk. We shall not try to make these people, or any of their children, into philosophers, or men of science. We have not to raise up from them authors, educators, poets or men of letters. We shall not search for great artists, painters, musicians nor lawyers, doctors, preachers, politicians, statesmen — of whom we have an ample supply. The task is simple. We will organize children and teach them in a perfect way the things their fathers and mothers are doing in an imperfect way.” - John D Rockefeller

    There is a lot of money and power derived off of having a “sucker born everyday.” Our Elite molds societies by educating the people just enough to run the machine, but never enough to ask if this is the best machine for us. Think about it, our controlled school systems teach sex, drugs and multiculturalism in third and fourth grades and not how to even balance a checkbook by high school. The Elite’s system wants utterly dependent people to control for power and profit. They do not want fully aware people, who can see through main stream media lies, Wall St Ponzi schemes, or Federal abuses. They certainly do not want people educating others to our common plight of illusion.

    “Our wretched species is so made that those who walk on the well-trodden path always throw stones at those who are showing a new road”- Voltaire

    Your thoughts are not your own. I love asking thoroughly indoctrinated people, “do your ideas serve to free you or simply to make you serve?” I then following up with, “who put those ideas there?” I always get two answers back, the first is “uh….” with eyes rolling into their head. The second is the programmed ego self defense mechanism of “I did.” It is sad to see people lie in general, but to see people lie to themselves is absolutely heart breaking. If you ever wonder why most Americans are broke, depressed and lifeless, look no further than whose thoughts they are thinking. If they are listening to the Elite’s financial CONmen, they are constantly stripped of their wealth through a myriad of schemes. If they are listening to the Elite’s MSM, they are depressed because the national problems are too big and the experts say that there is no hope or worse they say hope is coming… someday. If they are listening to the Elite’s medical community, they are hooked on psychotropic drugs and will never get their fire back by tackling their life’s challenges.

    “Competition is a sin.” John D. Rockefeller

    The Elite give us the illusion of freedom but control all of the choices. The Elite give us the choice of 500 cable stations, yet the same message comes from all of the channels. They give us aisles and aisles of food, yet 90% of it is just corn and soy byproducts. They give us the choice of hundreds of political candidates, yet nothing changes because both sides are bought and paid for by the Elite. They give you the choice of investments of stocks, bonds, and real estate but when this all goes down, you will see that it is all apart of the same illusion of the dollar. This of course is controlled by the Elite. If you do not think independently for yourself, you cannot help but to be controlled, whether you know it or not.

    Every aspect of your life is monitored, regulated, taxed and controlled, not for your betterment, but for betterment of others. To do most high paying jobs requires a certification or a license. Most “assets” you have or own out right are not your own. (Try not paying your property taxes on a home you own out right and I will show you the real owner is.) All of your communications are monitored and recorded. Now the Federal government wants these records to be kept indefinitely. Think you own your 401k? Try getting your money out. You want to do anything to your home? You better get permission from the homeowner association or the local zoning board. All of these examples, plus many, many more have nothing to do with making your life better. They exist to create power, profit and a parasitic life for another.

    “Until they became conscious they will never rebel and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious.” — George Orwell (1984)

    Now before you crawl into the fetal position and start sucking your thumb after realizing that you possibly are a slave, don’t worry. There is a way out. My Sons of Liberty Academy is based off of the simple principal of “When you are aware, you can prepare.” I believe that when you see the big picture and understand how you are manipulated, finding the best path for you becomes simple. You cannot become aware unless you rebel against everything that you are now. It starts with putting your foot down and saying, “no more!” You must commit to yourself that you will no longer play the fool for someone else. You will start by doing what is best for you and the ones you love. You will search for truth wherever it is and let that search be your guided light. That simple little rebellion of your mind is just the spark for a much greater fire of enlightenment. You will be reborn a man that is totally aware, completely free and fully alive.

    “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.”- Voltaire

    I have identified 5 Stages of the Awakening Process that mirror Elizabeth Kubler Ross’s Five Steps of Grief . The reason why they mirror is because it is literally your old self dying. Your body will physically and mentally react as if there was a real death in your life. We identify ourselves by what we do, what we wear, and what we drive. When you are awake, all of that will matter no more. You will transcend the current consumer order and be fully prepared for the new paradigm. I feel it is incredibly helpful to understand this process to not only identify where you are, but where you should be going. I cannot stress to you how important and necessary this process is. If you do not start thinking for yourself, you will be without the skills necessary to survive in a post-dollar world.

    “No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible.”- Voltaire

    1. Denial- In this stage you dismiss anything that goes counter to conventional wisdom as crazy talk or conspiracy theory. This is really a self defense mechanism the brain uses to protect the ego. No one likes to admit when they are wrong, much less admit when they have been fooled. So it is infinitely easier to deny a truth, rather than to embrace it. It is easier to mock, than to debate. It is easier to hide under the sheets and pretend that there is not a monster in the room. This is where most of our society is stuck right now. They believe that whatever the “authorities” tell them is the truth. They go along with the crowd in fear of being looked upon as strange or crazy.

    In my experience, denial comes in two forms. The first is the most common and least dangerous form of denial. It is just not wanting to know the truth that might upset their happy little life. This innocent denial of the “ignorance is bliss” mentality, is held by so many Americans who think that things are going “swell” for them, so why ruin it with the truth. There was a woman who I was working with that shut down on me when confronted with the truth. She literally said to me, “I don’t want to know that 9/11 was an inside job because that reality is too scary for me.” Another person said, “that it would be like finding out his father was gay.” (“Not that there is anything wrong with that…” quoted from the very funny social engineer Jerry Seinfeld.) This form of denial is the easiest to overcome because when things go wrong in their perfect little world, they will have no more excuse not to look for the reason of why their world fell apart. There is no more bliss for them to remain ignorant. This economic depression and political failures of both Bush and Obama have already shook a great many out of this denial.

    “As long as people believe in absurdities, they will continue to commit atrocities.”- Voltaire

    The second kind of denial is one that is much more pernicious. I view it as guilty denial. This is the denial of people who actually are benefiting off of the illusion of our paradigm. This comes from business owners, government employees or others whose livelihood is derived off of the current debt paradigm. These people actively fight the truth through disinformation or saying, “they can’t keep that a secret” or that is “just a crazy conspiracy.” They would rather create plausible deniability to distance themselves from the reality of their actions/inactions. Their aggressive defense of the illusion shows me that they know what they are doing is wrong. They are too afraid to live outside of this paradigm, so it is better to try to hold it together despite its human costs.

    “Anger is just a cowardly extension of sadness. It’s a lot easier to be angry at someone than it is to tell them you’re hurt.” -Thomas Gates

    2. Anger- When you start to see that you were fooled, you react violently for being taken for a fool and want to lash out. The Freedom Movement has a lot of this in it currently with talk of “just shooting the bastards.” This action is ineffectual in bringing about positive change for the Freedom Movement. (Those that have proposed this violence to me, I am sure were working for the government trying to find some sucker to frame.) Anger is a very natural reaction and is one that you must go through rather than suppress. Finding out how the world really works is a kin to finding out your significant other has been cheating on you. You may have remained faithful to what this country was about while atrocities were committed behind your back. Anger is just covering up for the fact that you are really hurt for being taken advantage of. This stage is often the shortest, but is also the one where the most energy is expelled. In my anger stage, I redirected my anger to fuel an intense amount of research into making sure I was never fooled again. It eventually lead to the creation of the Sons of Liberty Academy.

    3. Bargaining- After you calm down, you reach out to anyone who will listen to tell them what is really going on. This is the most annoying stage of the awakening process. (Remember you are reaching for people who are in stage 1 of Denial.) You ruin Christmas parties telling people about WTC7 or kids basketball games talking about the Federal Reserve. By reaching out and sharing, you are not really trying to awaken people, you are really looking for help. By reaching out, you are seeking guidance or structure in your search for truth. You know that there is something wrong. You know that you cannot go back to ignorance. Without clarity, you cannot go forward. This naturally leads to the next stage of depression.

    4. Depression- Now that you have reached out to everyone and nothing seems to happen, depression sinks in. You start saying “it is too big” or “what could I do about it.” The worst kind of depression that permeates the Freedom Movement is the arrogant attitude of “I know it all” or “screw everyone, I don’t care.” This is the most painful stage and the hardest to get out of. Human happiness comes from progress and yet progress in this journey seems to suck you further into a hole. Unfortunately there is no way around this, yet it is necessary to go though it.

    “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.” Frank Herbert

    5. Acceptance- At the point where you now become comfortable with the oncoming reality and make active, positive steps to prepare for it. This process of making wise choices for yourself and not others, will yield massive positive personal results. These positive results will reinforce your actions and bring about more positive change in your life. People will start to notice the light in your eyes as confidence returns. They will now ask what happened to you and those that once did not want to hear the truth, will be ready to listen. This is ultimately where we need to get to both personally and as a movement.

    “Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them.” -Henry David Thoreau

    I really feel that the reason I have been so successful at waking people up is that I do not try to scare and depress them. (Trust me, I can write doom and gloom with the best of them.) I do try to motivate, encourage and enlighten people in order to take that first step into their highest self. This journey is the most important one they will ever take and is your only hope to ever becoming what you were meant to be free and independent.

    “I think therefore I am free.” -Chris Duane
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    Re: 5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

    Post  Raspy Rawls on Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:00 pm

    Wow! What a great read this was. I remember going thru all the stages, but I cannot remember the depression stage. I think I skipped that stage. Never been one to get depressed, but I remember the other steps as I went thru them quite well. I love guiding people unto their awakening. Thanks for the post!!!


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    Post  foots817 on Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:06 pm

    Man.. I was just talking to my wife about this.. She notices that I have been different lately, but it is because I am waking up. I no longer buy into everything that is pushed on me. I was already on the path of thinking on my own, but this makes it even more intense. And I like the breakdown that is given to this. I really hope that folks would take a minute and read this. You never know you could see if you never open your eyes. So I hope that some of these folks wake up!!

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    Re: 5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

    Post  TCMunashamed116 on Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:33 pm

    Wow this is was a great read, it definitely helped me organize and realize where I am when it comes to where I'm at in terms of learning, unlearning and relearning. I think I am between stage 4 and 5 because at one point I did feel depressed and hopeless about this whole awakening thing. But now I'm starting to accept things now and accept that I will never go back to ignorance again. I've never went through the denial stage though because I've almost always suspected something was wrong with the way society is nowadays...
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    Post  GodlyMotivated on Thu Jan 03, 2013 12:50 am

    In Psychology these are used as a way to explain the process of tragedies. Some poeople get stuck at certain stagies and som e of the stagies are longer then others. They also come in different orders, while one may be at denial first, another may experience anger or bargaining first. Love the piece, infomring the people once again good job Hines, love your posts.

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    Re: 5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

    Post  alissacelsa on Thu Jan 03, 2013 3:06 pm

    Wow what a fantastic article. I tried explaining a few concepts to my older brother in an attempt to enlighten him on subjects that he has no idea about, for example chemtrails, the real reason why the US government wants gun control, secret societies such as the illuminati, how the government is corrupt and doesn't give a damn about citizens and conspiracies that I know he has no idea about and all he said to me was "I don't know where you read about all this but it sounds like a lot of people are just paranoid." What the? Maybe the way I explained it to him was too 'in-your-face' or I'm just not very perusasive but I could swear anyone who I try to explain these thing to will look at me like I'm crazy. How am I supposed to live happily knowing that others, especially my family, are this ignorant and close minded? I have only just recently awoken to everything that's happening in the world but I still find it hard to form my own pure opinions without being affected by others opinions too. I don't ask a lot of questions because they just don't come to mind, but I think about things a lot more which is a great step I think. After reading this I've come to the conclusion that I'm probably still in stage 4, I'm not sure if I'm quite ready to begin speaking up to others who are not yet awoken but my, this article was so so helpful and eye opening to me, thank you so much.
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    Re: 5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

    Post  hinesmama on Thu Jan 03, 2013 4:54 pm

    alissacelsa wrote:Wow what a fantastic article. I tried explaining a few concepts to my older brother in an attempt to enlighten him on subjects that he has no idea about, for example chemtrails, the real reason why the US government wants gun control, secret societies such as the illuminati, how the government is corrupt and doesn't give a damn about citizens and conspiracies that I know he has no idea about and all he said to me was "I don't know where you read about all this but it sounds like a lot of people are just paranoid." What the? Maybe the way I explained it to him was too 'in-your-face' or I'm just not very perusasive but I could swear anyone who I try to explain these thing to will look at me like I'm crazy. How am I supposed to live happily knowing that others, especially my family, are this ignorant and close minded? I have only just recently awoken to everything that's happening in the world but I still find it hard to form my own pure opinions without being affected by others opinions too. I don't ask a lot of questions because they just don't come to mind, but I think about things a lot more which is a great step I think. After reading this I've come to the conclusion that I'm probably still in stage 4, I'm not sure if I'm quite ready to begin speaking up to others who are not yet awoken but my, this article was so so helpful and eye opening to me, thank you so much.


    I have found through my experiences of talking to close friends and family members that it really depends on a number of factors. The unfortunate realization you will come to is that you cannot talk about these things with everyone. I have had normal discussions that have turned into fights in the past because of these problems. I have lost friendships and even had family members get misconceptions about me. Here's the thing, we can only introduce the ideas. If you try to come across like they are stupid and we are the more knowledgeable, you lost people right there...its done. The most you can do is make suggestions or send them materials. Don't force anything down someones throat or call them ignorant for not believing you. In addition, we also have to critically examine ourselves as well. I really take the time to research things before I make a conclusion. For instance, when I was researching secret societies and there impact on today's infrastructure, I really had to go deep and it took about a year of studying. I still don't have all the answers. Unfortunately, there are just some subjects that we won't, and that's where the balance comes in on what we choose to be truth or not. Remember there is your truth, my truth, and then the actual truth itself. When I put out info, its something that I have researched personally. The one rule of thumb is to not let others opinions effect you personally, take it for what its worth and look into the claims for yourself. If people are solely relying on this forum to gain knowledge then its going to be really confusing and could bve led astray. I used websites like Vigilant Citizen to spark my interest into what the creator of it was writing about. I started my own journey. Hope this makes sense.



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    Re: 5 STAGES OF THE AWAKENING PROCESS

    Post  iamjusray_TCC_MM on Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:53 am

    This is some great stuff! I remember when I first began to learn about some of the shady things going on some years ago I went into a period of denial that lasted up until recently, but now I'm just trying to learn as much as I can so that I can inform others with proper information instead of regurgitating half-truths. The more I learned, I admit, I became semi-depressed about how hopelessness everything seemed until I began to see a lot of informed people on social media sites like Twitter and Instagram, and it let me know there are still some people out here sharpening their swords, and I shot through the anger phase rather quick (or so I would like to think), and now I'm just trying to be an agent of change however I can be.

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