November 2016 -

The Hidden Signs & Symbolism Behind Trump’s Win

17 Nov, 2016
The Hidden Signs & Symbolism Behind Trump’s Win

(As told to Thriive team by Kaya—Global expert on Dreams Sign & Symbology)

God gave us many faiths but only one world where we all co-exist (Jonathan Sacks) and good leaders can come together to make a peaceful co-existence possible. With the emergence of the new leader of the United States of America, we got a chance to speak with Prof. Francis L. Kaya, an author and leading global expert on the interpretation of dreams, symbols and signs to understand the signs that pointed to Trump’s win, long before Americans made their final choice.

Reflections of America’s inner negative aspects

As the voice of beauty and awakening speaks softly, Kaya began to explain his thoughts, “A country is like a person that has its own personality. There are aspects to it, just like there are, to a person. And while we do attach the aspects of overconfidence, superficiality, emotions, and ego with Donald Trump, it is also an important message to the world. It could be very surprising, but I dreamt about this six years ago. So, I knew a long time ago that this program was supposed to happen and what is happening right now, is the opening of the consciousness of America and the rest of the world. On one hand this is creating a shift in people’s lives; on the other hand, this is also the reflection of the negative personality of America, which is lack of practicality, selfishness and self-centeredness.”

Trump & 9/11 as Symbols

“If we talk about the world of symbols, Donald Trump is a symbol of money and power, that’s why a very strong symbol. Even though his name suggests money and power, money is not negative in itself, money is energy. It is our intention that makes it negative. It is the manifestation of who we are.”

The madness of this planet after all is a result of us failing to come to a balance with ourselves. This has been once again shown to the world on the same date of 9/11 that we have somewhere been imbalanced. In the world of symbols and signs, Kaya’s interpretation opens up a new thread of thoughts, “When we talk about science, this is a message to the world about September 11. The entire world would remember this day’s destiny in the form of two major events – the emergence of Trump and PM Modi doing a shift in the Indian economy. If we talk about symbolism, then it could be gathered that Americans don’t want to know the beautiful qualities of the feminine energies. That’s also the biggest aspect of the American society. There is too much masculine energy and there is a lot of over emissivity of that energy.”

The Positive and the Negative
Is there always a silver lining in thick black clouds?

The slight pause before he began to speak again was a silent search for hope, “I don’t see Trump’s presidency as something dramatic. I see this as a message of evolution for the planet. Whether you are African-American, Chinese, Jewish, Indian, Japanese or anybody else, America is made of good people from all over the world and there is no reason why this has to stop.”

“I am not going to ignore the positive sides of the country where people are inherently good and have family values. I believe that negativity only exists to awaken positive intentions. Obama was great positivity and Trump’s energy seems to be negative. The silver lining, even in that, is that he has intense energies and could do some very good things. The world is coming down and he needs to pick it up, find a balance and middle path. In real life, prosperity will continue to grow but it is the balance that we need to seek.”

“Having said that, I also believe that negativity exists to awaken positive intentions. Now for the first time in the history of America, Americans are seeing their downside and the aspects that they need to work on. It is more like a wake up call. I think this is a profound reflection of today’s society where the country has reached the top of capitalism and this will create a more profound mission for change.”

“I sincerely hope that people can become spiritual pushing ahead equality and beautiful objectives in the positive direction. It is not about doing mere rituals. We also must understand that evil is always educational, it is always constructive and prepares us for something better. And that’s why spirituality is so important.”

So, can Trump ever become spiritual or try to balance it all out?

“Donald Trump, like everybody else has got some great qualities as well. And probably, this is my hope: that he is not going to be that extreme because extremity doesn’t help. Trump is only showing more of his negative side at this moment and it is important for people to not panic and become extremists. We have constantly seen changes in the history and once again this is a time for change, for the opening of the consciousness of America and the rest of the world.”

A Final message

“At the end of our lives, it is not our bank accounts and it is not what we have done, but how we have done it. We take memories with us and therefore, we need to understand that when we do things, we do it with our souls. Something that is good for ourselves must be good for others and if it is not good for others, it is not good for us. That’s what we should always be thinking.  This is my message to everyone.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Do you find yourself stuck with anxiety, resentment, and inner conflict?

15 Nov, 2016
Do you find yourself stuck with anxiety, resentment, and inner conflict?

Ross felt perfectly normal one morning. After all, it was the beginning of summer and the fading spring season had painted the landscape around his office with greenery and colorful flowers. Turning his attention from the trees outside to his smartphone, Ross glanced across a posting on social media by two of his close friends. It was a picture of them having a good time at one of his favorite places. He felt a surge of emotions, a sudden twinge in his heart.

Before he even realized it, his thumbs hammered a sarcastic comment on their posts (the danger of instant electronic communication) and was beset with feelings of shame soon after. His “critic” had now shifted from his friends onto himself. And like a catchy tune that plays on and on in your head without any conscious control, he was riddled with self-critical thoughts for the rest of the day.

On the other side of the city, Dorothy, was happily packing lunch for her husband of 20 years when she became aware of a text message beeping on his cell phone, which he had left behind on the dining table. She noticed a message from his secretary, a lively young woman. It struck a tone that seemed to Dorothy more personal than professional. She saw her husband off after lunch with a hidden heartbreak. But all through the day, she was seized with anxiety, fueled by imagining her husband’s extramarital relationship.

The stories of Ross and Dorothy play out in all our lives, with varying scripts and intensities and we may have found ourselves asking these questions: Why is it so hard to free ourselves from these states of minds? What is the nature of these emotional states we find ourselves stuck in?

Could our minds be dis-eased too?

For the human brain to undergo physiological and psychological evolution, it is natural to feel pain, especially when we inflict it on others. As stated by neurologist V. S. Ramachandran in his book

Tell-Tale Brain, awareness of our actions and mental patterns causes many of us to shift the conflicting attention from without to within. Our minds are then “dis-eased” by this inner conflict or possessed by a self-judgmental and raging inner critic. In modern and psychological definitions these are referred to as stress, anxiety, depression, and other states which obscure the heart and mind’s openness.

Is having hope the only hope?

Many of us have found comfort in different approaches from psychology, spirituality and self-help for dealing with such inner challenges. Through these, we seek a permanent state of mind where we never again have to deal with these mental patterns. It is the ground where “having hope” becomes your only hope.

But if the nature of your faith is propelled by your own glimpses of freedom or through your own unfolding realization, then you maybe open to seeing that the heart of all our problems lies in the very seeking state of mind (in the present) which looks to the future for a permanent state of freedom and joy.

Can we learn to look at life unmasked, without attempting to manipulate it?

Yes, we can! And when we can shift our perspective in such a way, we even step out of any spiritual or philosophical concepts that we have subscribed to and move toward realizing our own solo path. As long as we are committed to this kind of moment-to-moment discovering of inner freedom, we can see for ourselves that Free Mind is not to be found elsewhere, but right where we are and right within the situation we are faced with. This is what the true practice of mindfulness enables.

It is only then that we are able to truly find inner freedom, no matter what our life situation may be and no matter what state of mind we find ourselves stuck in.

C G Mayya is the author of Discover Your Free Mind and has trained for over 15 years in monasteries of different traditions, both in the East and the West. He has been involved with several researches with top US Universities on the effect of meditation and mindfulness.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *