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Body/Mind/Spirit Complex

The spiritual component of our body/mind/spirit complex is immortal and continues to exist after physical death so it seems rational to focus on developing that part of our awareness rather than expending our energy chasing money and status

Misleading Perceptions

When we think of ourselves as a complex of energy and thoughts then our perceptions can start to change and new possibilities beome realisable. For example, it's probable that we project aspects of our feelings and thoughts energy to others without necessarily being consciously aware of it. It may be possible, for example, to think of communication by telepathy as a possible everyday reality

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Reality Distortion

Some people think that our common perceptions of reality may be a distortion of reality as it really is. The argument is that to a large degree our knowledge is limited by the sense organs in our body, so there may be, and probably is, a far wider reality that we are currently unaware of. It's also possible that we form misconceptions of the information our senses give us as our beliefs may filter and distort what we observe

If our physical senses are just an aspect of our integrated body/mind/spirit energy complex unity then we may even be influenced by, and perhaps manipulated, by other energy fields that impinge on our energy field. We may experience telepathic thoughts implanted remotely in our thinking processes by negative energy entities

The Banking Goldmine

Digging a little deeper into the topic of influence and manipulation leads to a large international business that operates openly in full view of everyone. It centres around our wish to store wealth for future use

As we go about living our daily life earning an income and looking after a family, or just doing our own thing, we may notice that far from being a simple medium of exchange money has evolved into a powerful form of social control. In many cities, for example, people cannot survive without money and shops so there is an element of coercion in their need to find paid employment.

So who controls the money supply and what exactly is money? I'll skip the first question but mention that much of the money in use doesn't even exist. It's largely a credit based system that relies on the assumption that tomorrow will be the same as today and that everyone will turn up to work

The banks, the ones that deal with the public, borrow money from people who want to defer some spending until a later date. The understanding is that the lenders can get their money back whenever they need to, but this may not always happen because the deposited money is loaned to other people. In fact the banks lend about 20 times the amount that they hold as savings deposits!

So if I deposit $500 in a bank they will use that $500 as security for lending $10,000 to other people ... and charge them interest! The loaned money actually doesn't exist so it's a nice scheme if you happen to be on the winning side. The downside is that if large numbers of savers abruptly decide to withdraw their deposited money at the same time the system will collapse!

The banking system as it is today is basically a vast scam, but whilst people are occupied with earning a living, sport events, fashion shows, film star gossip, and other matters of no particular consequence, no one is likely to notice the scam or the risk it poses for us. The danger for the banking establishment is that all the ordinary people will suddenly wake up!

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Middle East Tension

Financial difficulties, religious, transgender, political, and similar areas of disagreement can cause emotional stress, and so can international tensions. Since the 1917 Balfour Agreement and more recently the 1948 formation of the State of Israel, there has been obvious Middle East political polarisation

The Arab-Israeli problem is compounded by the tension between Sunni and Shia groups in Saudi Arabia and Iran. Iranians use Arabic script but they are not Arabs, so there is actually a three-way political tension operating, plus many minority groups that have been caught up in the conflicts

If these political stresses lead to Gulf shipping disruption then the knock-on effect will be experienced worldwide as higher transport costs and possible hypeinflation in weaker economies. The larger question, however, is not the oil dependence or inflation risk but rather why these dysfunctional tensions have not been resolved through dialogue

Information Gatekeepers

We should ask ourselves who, or what, is the key driving force behind all the tension we see worldwide? Finding the answer to that question is difficult because false flag events happen in plain sight, and biased media reports can't be trusted, so we don't have access to the reliable information that democratic systems of government depend on

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At present there is plenty of vested interest in the conflicts, and gatekeepers are distorting information, or blocking our access to it. A step towards redressing those problems is for people to understand what's happening around the world, as best they can, and then to work together towards a collective solution through public dialogue

The power for change requires widespread cooperation between ordinary people who agree to share what they understand to be true. It's happening already, but to be more effective everyone needs to join in the change process

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