01 August 2018
Sharing Global Energy
Recently I concluded a conversation with Tamil
Diaspora Leader as follows:
[Since I feel that you value my work – I strongly suggest that with anyone – try and connect to their core energy through your own truth. That will bring you the opportunities you need anywhere anytime]
I believe that when we connect to the Energy rather than the benefits –
we make root connections. On 26 July 2018, for example I shared my Energy
through my article ‘The Crippled Front Legs of Hambantota’
Yesterday, Kate Schneider’s article headed ‘$282 million airport has a huge problem’ was published by news.com.au, in relation to Hambantota airport. The sharing happens at ownership level. Yesterday for example, ABC’s The Drum program discussed the issue of women doing more and getting less. In Hinduism, we refer to such women as Shakthi / Energy. Likewise, minorities who do relatively more and get paid less. Energy confirms true ownership. To me therefore, it was my ownership Energy that led to me reading fellow Australian Kate Schneider’s article through a network /medium that carries this Energy. Both Nations – Sri Lanka and Australia are empowered at root level by such Energy/Common Ownership. To my mind, that is what globalization is all about.
Today I received directions to ‘The biggest game changer in 100 years’: Chinese money ...’ by the Guardian, in which the author states:
[Even in developed democracies such as Australia, governments are trying to adjust to more aggressive Chinese intervention, says Xavier, the Carnegie India fellow.]
The above article was published in March but to me
someone somewhere – wanted me to read it and Energize the value for Australia –
in this instance the protection from such foreign aggression.
Yesterday also, such a Blessing from Above happened.
I was sending out my emails with my article ‘Northern Province Governor's
Decision - Bad in Law’ when I received a call from the lawyer mentioned in the
email. To me that was the parallel of Kunkumum manifesting on 05 November 1998
presented as follows in my book Naan Australian:
[Once we successfully override natural subjective discrimination based on gender, age, etc. we would naturally and comfortably use the wisdom in race also. At the lowest general level – one who discriminates on the basis of one subjective factor would discriminate through others also. Likewise at the highest common level one who has successfully overridden such tendency through one factor would naturally have overridden discrimination tendencies through all such factors.
We therefore need to continue for ourselves. Deborah Miller of the Medical Faculty did say this to me when I was upset with the Administrators. Deb said ‘Gaja do it for yourself’. The stronger confirmation came from manifestation of ‘KgfKmmf / Kungkumum – Red Holy Powder denoting Love’ on Thursday 05 November 1998 on my picture of Sri Sathya Sai Baba who at that time was to my mind, a saint to whom many in my family and community prayed. I was not a devotee but respected others’ faith. Even when the Kungkumum appeared – I did not know its greater significance but just that the Higher Powers were with me. I showed it to Param and Pradeep who was still living with us at that time. The following day I went to the University to talk to Andrew Kell – who was the Assistant Accountant trained by me in democratizing the financial systems of the Medical Faculty. While I was speaking to Andrew in his office – Phil Dulhunty who like Debra is a ‘free thinker’ came over to me and said words to the effect ‘Gaja don’t go without speaking to me’. So I went over to Phil’s office, after I had completed my session with Andrew. Phil then gave me a printout of a report that had appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald the previous day – 05 November 1998. As per that report – the NSW Auditor General in essence stated the same criticism as I about the University’s Budgetary system. I went further and structured the democratic system for which I was recruited. They say in Tamil ‘m]i kdfdi[ maD eca[f[a EkkfKmf / Mani Kattina Maadu sonna kehkum – the word of the belled cow would be heard’. The cow with the bell was the Auditor General of NSW. The Sydney Morning Herald heard that cow but not this bear- necked cow from Sri Lanka. ]