getting fit – nutritious nutty idea #1

When you live in a …


… distorting mirror everything needs to be open to question. The sands are always shifting, things appear & disappear, change shape & deceive.

So it makes sense that one of the greatest human traits
is adaptability.

But even adaptability is subject…


… to the mirror.

So do you adapt to make the mirror fit or do you adapt to the fact that you live in a mirror?

This is the first of some random posts on ideas I have used to help me get fit so I can deal with living in a mirror while working to create a path out/over/ through…

The English language, (with possibly the most abundant word count in the world), is a prime example of the mirror at work. One word can have multiple & antagonistic meanings so it pays to be aware:

fit (n.2) … “paroxysm, sudden attack” … (early 14c.), from Old English fitt “conflict, struggle”

fit (adj.) … “suited to the circumstances, … “an adversary of equal power” … In athletics, “in condition, properly trained for action”

The fit option I recommend is option 2 – “an adversary of equal power” … properly trained for action”.

To my mind this means training on mental, emotion & spiritual levels. Every day I use what life throws at me to work out (on every level if possible).

A lot of this work is about learning how to recognise the deceptive early training in order to unlearn it. Generally speaking you do need to unlearn at some level rather than try to plaster something new & revolutionary over the top.

As always use 2% doubt.

Ok enough ramble. Here’s idea #1.

Think inside the box

You were lied to (surprise, surprise) on this. It’s much more effective to work with what you’ve got. And even better to limit those options.

There’s a book out there on this you can read, it’s where I got this idea from, or you can just figure it out for yourself & do it your way.

Here’s a …


… couple of


… images
to speak the thousand words
I’m not going to write –
as I have another article to finish.


January 7, 2019. Uncategorized.


  1. Mick replied:

    The Construct is All. I personally like the myriads of seemingly distracting choices, those 50 shades of grey, the illusion of free will. Ultimately it’s all simple, there are only 64 squares on the chessboard. It’s the diverse combinations that create a seeming infinity. There’s an underlying taste or scent with things that tells you where it belongs. For a time I used the alignment system of the original Dungeons and Dragons as an imaginative yardstick – is this person or situation Law or Chaos, Good or Evil. It was fun for a while and even made sense. The ‘sin’ is in using the complexity as an excuse in not making a move.

    From the Protocols of the Elders of Zion:

    10. The GOYIM have lost the habit of thinking unless prompted by the suggestions of our specialists. Therefore they do not see the urgent necessity of what we, when our kingdom comes, shall adopt at once, namely this, that IT IS ESSENTIAL TO TEACH IN NATIONAL SCHOOLS ONE SIMPLE, TRUE PIECE OF KNOWLEDGE, THE BASIS OF ALL KNOWLEDGE—THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN LIFE, OF SOCIAL EXISTENCE, WHICH REQUIRES DIVISION OF LABOUR, AND, CONSEQUENTLY, THE DIVISION OF MEN INTO CLASSES AND CONDITIONS.

    And, and interesting article:

    I will pour my whiskey, then?


    • alex robinson replied:

      Righto … and if you had an important & whiskey-loving guest with you, but no cups or glasses, what could you use, within the room you are currently in, to serve up your drinks?


      • Mick replied:

        The palms of my hands. It’s that or drink from the bottle.


      • alex robinson replied:

        I recommend the first few chapters of this book: – it’s made a difference in expanding my thinking. You may find new ideas & if you do let me know & I’ll describe the whiskey glass idea I came up with while at work using only what was in hands reach – I think it would work :)


      • Mick replied:

        Ive read what’s available for free on Amazon. I think alot of it is how we operate anyway, like he says its in our dna. For example, I want to make a meal but don’t have any money for food – that’s an opportunity to create with what I have in the cupboards. Both poverty and the desire to make more money (or control) are great incentives for creativity. It is certainly a way of working within the construct, especially for product optimisation; and we are human resources. It is certainly beneficial to use less more creatively – simplify to maximise. It’s very jewish, and I’m not sure procter and gamble truly have humanities best interests at heart. I tend to look at what I need (and examine the desire factor) and then do the gut reaction test. Instinct is good at providing a direction or a solution. You look at indigenous peoples and what they can do with plants and stone. Along with spirit. The most innovative inventions and cures have been suppressed because they lead to freedom from corporate control. We know what we need to do, we just refuse to do it.


      • Mick replied:

        Here is an example of multiplication from SIT, the idea being to widen an audience base and attract more consumers for the product. Forward_Unto_Dawn


      • alex robinson replied:

        I stick with my NZ blackbird method. –

        You get into the garden, take what you need & get out without owing anybody anything. If the garden is owned by an asshole you can still get tidbits to use ‘your’ way.
        What matters from what I can see is finding ways to see differently to break out of the mind prison.
        Dirty players can make the best teachers if you don’t lose sight of your values


      • Mick replied:

        I totally concur with that. The point is to keep in mind that these are construct tools originally developed for manipulation. Most inventions, whether ideas or products, have come through inspiration (dreams, visions, divine revelation) and often have a military application first and foremost. Our conscious mind, and dna, is not our own; they are constructs in themselves. If we are but batteries of a sort, it does not matter how we operate as long as we remain in the garden and keep producing energy. There is a phrase, from the Faun song Golden Apples: wait, until you take a look inside yourself and recognize what is growing there. Oh seeker, a leaf in this garden means more than all leaves you will find in paradise.


      • alex robinson replied:

        I agree with a lot of that Mick. I don’t trust myself or even the info that presents itself often in stunning syncs. But we have to do something & we make choices – the best I have found so far is to hold close to my inner values & steer by them as best I can


      • Mick replied:

        Everything is so contradictory and constantly shifting. To use the wiles of the enemy in the cause of freedom.
        Tartaria and the falsification of history is very popular at the moment. Lots of vids on youtube. All based on the theories of Anatoly Fomenko and his team of mathematical statisticians.
        You have a fresh clear perspective, and all corners must be swept, so don’t let my comments create fog.


      • alex robinson replied:

        Cheers Mick.

        I don’t watch or read anything conspiracy, My approach is internal & connected with what shows up in day to day life. It keeps fog at bay :)


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