Ghost ( Dubbie) Story: Fearless Imagination

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Ghost (Dubbie) Catcher is about the Fearless and loving Imagination within you.
It is a System of Dreaming that Supports the discovery of self.
Here is the short script of the story told in the video: 

Dubbie Time in The Caribbean

Ghost (Dubbie) Catcher is about the Fearless and loving Imagination within you. It is a System of Dreaming that Supports the discovery of self. Here is the short script of the story told in the video: 

Nighttime in Jamaica (Caribbean) country towns is duppy time. These are stories about ghosts, the good and bad duppies.
The good duppies are usually family members who passed on. They revealed themselves to you in dreams, sometimes guiding and helping you in their own ways.
The bad duppies are called Rolling Calves. These kinds are not afraid of you. They roam in the pitch dark of night looking for you.
You don't want to be walking alone at night on the Jamaica country road because you will call attention to a rolling calf.

Rolling Calf Nearby

 A cow-like creature rolls along the side of the road with a long chain attached to an iron ball.
When it rains just before nightfall, you can sense when a rolling calf is nearby you.
Your head swells up like a giant balloon, eyes popping wide open in the thick of night with sweat falling off your face. You could taste your fear as the unnerving echoing noise under your foot makes your entire body tremble. 

The only way you can outrun a rolling calf is to pick your feet up into your hands and run for your life.
You feel like the two of you in one, fighting to stay alive. If you think I am making this up, take a trip to Jamaica pitch dark country road and prove me wrong if you dare.

The truth is, you don't have to go anywhere to find out. The rolling calf is everywhere and present. This creature represents the natural man.
The conditioned mind, rigged with demoralizing stories of fear and superstitions, keeps people and communities in their place.

Reinforced Conditions

You dare not walk this road alone. Your five senses walk with you and reinforce your believed stories, creating your reality by default.
You imagine seeing something because you think you hear that thing that makes you tremble.
You could even taste the smell of it when your imagination brings it close to you.
These kinds of images fashion in such a way that they domesticate societies.
They are reproduced in mind, like a compact digital recorder acting as law in our lives.
Societies believe that the only way to change a situation is with force, mainly through mental and physical encounters.
These beliefs then reinforced these conditions with rolling calf news about the war on drugs, war on poverty, war on disease, and the threat of physical and emotional attack. The digestion of these reinforcements keeps us in a constant fearful and demoralizing state of existence—this rip in our universe, projected at a high cost within our societies.
Pharmaceutical and narcotic drugs seem to be the answer, but only provide a temporary hypnosis escape for a reactionary generation.

The degree of influence is related to the level of your belief. Believe something long enough, and it becomes a habit. Habits are hard-wired into our consciousness and behave as law in our cultures.
It is the time to start creating your own stories that support your vision.

How to Break the Spell: Grandmother Method

You can begin by viewing your culture's stories from another direction and transmuting them within your physic as new and empowering imaginations reflected in your reality at sunrise.

Here is how my grandmother taught me to view duppy stories. 
Whenever she would read or hear about a tragic incident, she would often say,
"Learn to take bad things and make joy out of it and learn to make sense out of nonsense"
This was her way of saying not to give energy to it.  
The term "Pick up your feet in your hand and run for your life" comes from children in Jamaica telling stories in their language about duppy rolling calf encounters.

Belly Full of Laughter

 These stories reside in such a way with a belly full of laughter. Not knowing then, that this was a very effective way of draining the power held from these superstitions.The most frightening rolling calf I had encountered as an adult was at the border mountains of North and South Korea as a member of the United States Marine Corps.The regiment I belonged to was on a four months cold-weather training. The heavy artillery unit was conducting ground bombing exercises during the day near the unit campsite where I was. 


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