While there has been some amazing progress made by humanity in the modern era, the dysfunctional outcomes of our current social systems are now abundantly clear, and individuals are being shocked out of their slumber at an ever-increasing rate.
Collectively we are waking up.
The majority of people do not want any further war. If they wrap their head around how money is created in society, they also want a just banking system that is designed by the people, for the people, so that wealth inequality and socioeconomic disadvantage can finally be put to an end. In the attempt to build a new world of truth, justice and peace, Ken O'Keefe provides an essential narrative that everybody across our global society needs to hear.
The world just keeps getting crazier. On so many levels and in so many ways, epic alterations are taking place, which reinforces the old wisdom that the only constant is change.
Let’s start with the geopolitical and economic instability that is unprecedented in human history.
A person’s worldview has always been shaped by their culture and period in history. If we grew up in a tribal setting, we would have a remarkably different perspective than in a ‘modern’ society.
Well, that’s what we might assume anyway, but as it turns out there are more similarities than we might think.
We’ve all suffered emotionally throughout our lives. Similarly, we’ve all experienced trauma, regardless to what degree it personally manifested. When we’re born, we’re forced through environmental conditioning, which will always have both its positives and negatives. Our greatest influences are generally our parents, followed by our peers and the societal and cultural paradigms of our time.
Our inner child and inner guru need to be balanced – that is our job; the job of our conscious ghost in the machine and our freedom of choice.
We can switch between our inner child and inner guru from conversation to conversation or even from statement to statement. To one person we may apply our child and to another we may apply our guru.
We have arrived at the doorstep of the next Global Financial Crisis. Collectively, we can no longer hide from the immense financial problems that plague us, including our enslavement to debt.
Yet it’s not all doom and gloom; this might just be a blessing in disguise because it is an opportunity for the masses to join the awakening community and participate in the discussion for how we collectively move forward both in the short and long-term future.
There are many reasons why some adults get along with their kids better than others. In this article I will provide a short overview of the common explanations which have emerged whilst professionally mediating the relationship between parents and their children, as well as observations in my personal life and society in general.
Humanity has lost its connection to nature. We’re so bombarded with artificial imagery and ideals of superficial living that most of us think taking in an occasional sunset or going for a bush-walk is what it means to be united with our Mother Earth. These practices are wonderful, and very grounding, however they are temporary and don’t truly represent the holistic way we most naturally connect to the spirit of our world and the life that it breathes.
The war-on-drugs has been one of the biggest policy failures of modern society. It could in fact be argued that it was a purposely designed strategy to restrict the consciousness of human society. In any case, it amplifies drug-related problems and doesn't recognize that altered states of consciousness play a perfectly natural role within the human experience; which of course is simply not good enough.
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The mainstream media delivers false narratives that hold back our individual and collective consciousness in many harmful ways.
In stride, the alternative and independent media are doing their best to shatter the incompetence and fallacies contained in the propaganda press.
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