Everyone is Someone

When we start caring for each other, unconditionally, we shall all be richer, happier and more fulfilled.

Humanity is on the brink of re-birth; but at the moment we are going through a challenging metamorphis.  The struggle of the butterfly to break free of the chrysalis so the caterpillar can emerge into it's new self.

The Paradox of Power

As the greedy few push the vast majority of the population into poverty, illness and slavery: people will find that the need to be free is  overwhelming; and new paths and paradigms will be created because of the unrelenting necessity to be free.

People will cast aside the myths of scarcity, fear, and anger.  And realise we have the power to create our own reality.

Trust Your Instinct.

Live by your instinct and you will fulfill your purpose.  Listen to the small voice within you that tells you what is right for you, and what is not.  You will know. 

Make it a ritual to listen quietly and calmly before making life decisions.   Find the space that makes you feel comfortable, quiet and at peace with the world. Slow your breathing, calm your thoughts and let your instinct guide you.  You may find walking helps the process. 

Find the way that suits you. 

Set Your Intention, then become quiet and let your instinct whisper to you.

When Your Intuition Gives You the Answer - Take Action.

Feeling that you are there will take you where you want to be. 

Believe, breath, feel.

Feel the power you have.  Feel wealthy.  Feel healthy. Feel loved.

Demonstrate Your Belief: Buy the new dress. Go on the  dreamed-of holiday.  Whatever the thing is that you would do when your dream comes true.  Do it first, then your dream (intuition) will make it so. 

Keep the faith, believe, act boldly.

Stop Overthinking

Overthinking often muddies the waters.  By referring to your instinct, your decisions will be crisp, clean, and right for you.

Everything happens for a reason. 

You may choose not to take a favoured job, because your instinct said it is not right for you. Even if it goes against "common sense" and "everyone says you are mad for not taking it".   It may not be immediately obvious why your instinct warned you against the job, but the truth will show itself at the right time.

Block out the noise -   Listen quietly to your instinct and the right thing will come to you.

Be patient, be calm. Know that your instinct will take you where you need to go.

Be bold.

Reference: Florence Scovel Shinn - The Game of Life and How to Play It.


Occupational Harmony: Perfect Productivity

 Knowing Your Ideal


The Laws of Nature must be followed.


Law #1 - Live in a way that satisfies your needs without detracting from the opportunity of other people to satisfy theirs.


That means - halting and reversing the destruction of our precious environment and the delicate, complex but ultimately robust mother nature.

That means nurturing our children.  We are the Village.  We have the responsibility to care for every child.  Nourishment of body, mind and soul.  Protection from predators.  Unconditional love to encourage them to realise and pursue their Divine Purpose.  Every Single Child.

Freeing the known technology and completely eliminating the need for fossil fuels. (Energy, AI, Robotics, Gravity Management, Healing, Agriculture (no GMO, bio-diversity, companion plants, energy), Building - using fast growing materials like hemp, bamboo, linen, instead of old growth forests and cement (sand based)).

For those who say Universal Basic Income will make people lazy;  ask anyone you meet,  "if they could be anything what would they be?".  Some will have a dream, some will know that they just don't want to be where they are and some will be where they want to be or can see the path.

For those who don't know, or cannot see/believe, it's because they have been so deeply indoctrinated in fear and lacking and control, it may take a little while for them to actually believe they can be anything they want.

Everyone has purpose.

Are you:

  • Leaders
  • Creators
  • Scientists
  • Engineers
  • Explorers
  • Carers
  • Teachers
  • Healers
  • Poets
  • Muscians
  • Artists
  • Inventors
  • Engineers
  • Nurturers
  • Adventurers

The above are some of the natural traits people have - they are born with them, they have a certain way of thinking and doing things.  Many never realise their full potential.  With the freedom to develop at a young age they could bloom.

Many say, oh but then nobody will want to work.  Ask anyone, anyone under 20 years old, whether they would rather do nothing with their life or live it to it's fullest!  Take a "gap year" explore, learn about yourself, others, it's one of the best educations you can have.  Have the freedom to do it.  It will give you an insight into who you are, what you want.

For the people who cannot envision a life without boundaries - consider this:  if you could do anything, would you do what you are doing now? Set aside, possessions, the need to hoard wealth for a "rainy day".   If you have everything you need physically - what would you do?

But, "people say", would every body get paid the same - would we be communists -  I don't see it that way - I see that every body has an equal opportunity to be the best they can be - with the proviso of Law #1

Everyone has a Purpose.

Education is free and fluid - people learn in different ways.

It takes some practice to see life with a different lense.  

What makes your heart sing?


Dismantling the current Banking and Finance systems - there is no scarcity - our monetary systems should be built on trust - not debt.

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Law #2 - Live in a way that respects the right to life and development of all other people, wherever they live, and whatever their ethnic origin, sex, citizenship, and belief system.


There but the grace of god go I.

I have heard people referred to as "bogans": uneducated, unsophisticated, drunks, drug addicts, people who don't want to work; who will never amount to anything (translation: "they will never be like "me"...").  "All they want to do is go to the pub, gamble, take drugs, lie around and do nothing, they are lazy, they are violent, they are a blight on society....." 

"They don't want to work".

A common refrain.  What this mean is "they" anyone but them, won't do the dangerous, dirty and shitty jobs  "they" won't do (because they don't have to).   And, "they say", the bogans should be grateful for work.  Carefully avoiding any recognition of the fact that it often costs more to get to and from work than with unemployment payments.  And putting even more pressure on financial security. And the risks, the shitty, dirty, dangerous jobs.

And, they whine, what about Retail Services.  Who is going to wait on us they cry.  Who is going to fall at our feet and do our bidding.  Because we are so much better than them.  "They" the ungrateful masses.

The Answer Is Simple

The answer is simple - pay for services with fair pay, good conditions and respect for the service offered and there will be many people who will happily provide this service.

Technology is the Key

When we as, citizens of planet earth, demand that all of the readily available technology is freed into the public domain, that is the time we can move forward as a species.

Inherited Wealth

The "well to do's", generally, carefully leave out the wealth they have inherited or have been given that quite often has given them the advantages they have.  Or that they have come from a stable, happy family, that they have been educated.  They have made something of their life.  Surely, they are smart, work hard are good parents and citizens.  But they also, hide assets and minimise tax, get drunk to cover their pain, over indulge, feel lonely, angry and overlooked.

The Self-Made "Man"

The self-made "man", a blight on society - we are all self-made, by the way.  If you happen to have acquired an amount of wealth due to your own endeavours - so be it.  That does not make anyone beholden to you - no one.  Not your partner, nor your children, parents, relatives, friends, acquaintances, employees, suppliers, politicians - no one. 

You are accountable to yourself.