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Hey William. I could not find this blog post on your blog. Is it there? It would be cool if you can place the links to each blog post when you place them here.

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Posted the link for you William

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Cool share - Thanks

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Thanks Cathy,


http://transmutation-process.blogspot.c ... iving.html

Conscious living is a relatively new expression that has recently become a popular buzz word and trend, promoted through media and magazines. Its interesting that the phrase clearly to implies some sort of ‘deeper awareness’ of ones life, and what impact we are all having on each other and the environment. Many approach this topic from different perspectives, and thus, have varying opinions on what is actually implied by ‘Living Consciously’. So, in order to give ourselves a little deeper insight, we can look at it from three main perspectives.



1. Environment – It is all too evident, the impact we are having on our world, and many of us are saddened by what we are seeing. So we are beginning to realize that there is a sense of responsibility there that we did not understand before. How could we have let the world come to such and extent that it is currently existing as? Why do we not stop harming the earth and ourselves? Why are governments powerless to do anything? Why do we allow corporations to destroy the planet for profit?

So seeing the environment and what is really happening is a bit of a wake up call for us all. We are realizing that our children are inheriting our mess, so it is natural that we feel something, at the very least. We are starting to implement programs that curb our wasteful and profit driven activities, yet it is clearly nowhere near enough at this point. Many see this as the primary reason behind the move toward ‘Conscious Living’.



2. Health – We are also becoming more aware of the impact food has on our bodies. Many bewildering methods of modifying and processing our food are constantly being invented as a means of manipulating the food industry for profit, power and control. We as consumers just gobble it all up, because we are so inconsiderate of our own actions and how they are manifesting our reality. We use excuses like ‘Well, everyone else is doing it.” or “There’s nothing I can do about it, that’s just the way it is.” These are examples of excuses that are of no use whatsoever. There is no excuse for killing our world and we are all accountable for it, with our lives.



3. Business – Inevitably, wherever there is an opportunity to make a profit, we will find businesses, corporations and bankers all misty eyed and drooling with anticipation. Not to place blame on them specifically, as we all have accepted and allowed this system to exist as it currently does. The trend of conscious living has become the ‘worm on the hook’ for many organizations that are seeking to prey on those who are really looking to understand more about themselves and their world… Looking to see beyond the big lie.

Businesses and corporations will seek to bend the meaning of conscious living in order to make people believe that it is in their best interest to purchase a product, because it is the popular trend at the moment. So it is quite interesting that business who are promoting conscious living for their own profit, are actually promoting the opposite of what the word would imply as ‘seeking a deeper understanding of oneself’. It is the hidden greed that has for so long appeared to be inapprehensible.



I will here like to frankly offer a fresh perspective on what is meant by ‘Conscious Living’. Although on the surface it appears somewhat harmless, it is not what it appears. The time is now here to expose the abuse in our world.



Conscious Living is a term that has been created to justify deception in our world through allowing people to ‘hide’ behind an organization or group or title promoting a cause that seeks to ‘do good’ in some form or another. However it is only the ‘appearance of goodness’, meanwhile it does nothing to address the real issue within our world. It is as ridiculous as if one would put a tiny band-aid on a severed arm or leg. It will not help, in fact it only adds insult to injury.

It is this false appearance, self-interest in disguise - as the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Who is willing really look at what is going on in our world of deception and abuse? Who is willing to look at the source of the problem, as in, face themselves on the inside, where the real evil exists? Why are we afraid to admit to everyone what’s going on in the back of our minds? Why are we afraid of losing our puffed up, vain, self-intoxicated false image? Obviously it would be rather embarrassing for us to be exposed to the world as a fraud. But at what cost are we not doing so? The cost is terrifying and unacceptable.

Yet that's exactly what Destonians are doing. We are exposing ourselves in learning how to be honest with ourselves. We are working together as a group. ONE group, not a religion, not a corporation, not a cult, just a group of people under the principle of what is best for all. We are aimed at the real heart of the issue in this world - the money system. We are absolutely committed to implementing and Equal Money System so that money is given the value of life, rather than humans being tortured and slaughtered for the sake of money. We understand how we have all been CON(ned) by consciousness, falling after false beliefs in gods and masters that have led us astray from who we really are. We are facing the shame of our existence for real, because we cannot continue to run forever, there is nowhere left to run, this is it.

So if you perchance would really like to understand yourself, rather than just all the media and corporate ideas of conscious living, then you should investigate for yourself. What do you stand for in your life? I can guarantee if its not best for all, then its of no use to you whatsoever. Help us support an Equal Money System and stop the abuse and deception of image and ideas like conscious living.

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2012 No More Shacks in an Equal Money System
Feb8 by williamcuff



It is estimated that over 1 billion people are currently living in slums and the number expects to grow to over 2 billion by the year 2030. Quite a huge problem if one add in all the other problems associated with food, water and electricity. Slums have been a major problem in Mumbai, Mexico City and Sao Paolo. 55% of the population of Mumbai live in slums, which cover only 6% of the city’s land. Slum growth rate in Mumbai is greater than the general urban growth rate.

Some governments claim that efforts to eradicate slums have failed. Its interesting that the political solution to these dwellings is to simply ‘sweep it under the rug, if we can’. Yet we can clearly see why such efforts are so empty. Who would pay for the removal of the shack towns? Where would the people be re-located to? What provisions would be made for the re-located people to survive?

The oppression of people by governments and/or corporations (same thing aren’t they?) such as those in Mumbai, Mexico City and Sao Paolo, not to mention many other countries around the world, is inexcusable. Having a degree in Building Construction, and having worked in the construction industry for many years myself, it is clearly apparent that the only factors preventing the production of adequate housing funnel down to corruption, greed, and outright abuse of life. If we look at the problem honestly, it would not take very much money at all to grant all of these people basic, functional and practical housing. Having witnessed how houses are built in Canada, I can say that for every 2 houses built, there is enough material to make 1 small house with what was thrown in the garbage bins. That’s an extreme amount of unnecessary waste…it is really no wonder our landfills are full.

There is one primary underlying factor – Money – and money inevitably, comes down to one point itself – responsibility. Who is taking responsibility to support life here? No one? The entire competition based system, and all of us who participate within it are guilty of this atrocity. But the really astonishing part of it, is that problems such as this are so incredibly easy to solve, yet they exist, because of the pure spiteful nature we allow within ourselves and everyone. All justified with lame and unacceptable excuses.



When we think of ‘slums’, we think of dirty, run down, poverty-stricken and crime infested neighbourhoods. We don’t even want to go there. We prefer our comfortable, spacious dwellings where we can sit back and ‘not have any negative thoughts’ or anything remotely associated with poverty come into our minds… ‘That is all “negative” vibes’…don’t want that thanks. We have to stay “positive” right – which means we can’t afford to hear these kinds of awful stories or see what’s really going on in our world, because it may force us to face our self-deception and realize our forsaken responsibility.

Many prefer to ignore things thinking that ‘as long as I am protected by my money, I don’t care what goes on in some other country.’ It is as if peoples minds/awareness can only go so far as the imaginary border of the country, at which point the mind/awareness just stops dead, and turns back for home as if to say “ah, I did what I could”. Quite amazing actually, but that is the extent to which we have allowed fear and limitation to control us.



Shacks would be unnecessary in an Equal Money System. There are plenty of resources to provide the basic living necessities for everyone, and rather simply, efficiently and effectively at that. I would also mention that, within an EMS, those that wish to dwell in large mansions, well, it’s obvious common sense, you are going to have to share. Understand, it is all about equality – sharing this planet.

So, to defend blatant and obvious abusive practices such as FSI (Floor Space Index) or lack of access to proper transportation as reasons why slums exist are outright aversion and dis-association from the actual root of the problem, as being the capitalistic money system. Those who do not associate with the real root of the issue are the ones who actually have D.I.D. – dissociative identity disorder, aka multiple personality disorder.

Yes, because the system is built on fear of survival, there inevitably exists abuse within the system where people, given the opportunity to abuse, are going to grab it. With the implementation of an Equal Money System, there is going to have to be a mass re-education of the many of people who are controlled by fear and think that they can get away with abuse of life. That is obviously not what is best for all. In that way, the fear of survival and sub-sequential harmful thought programs are able to be disengaged, and a person will learn how to support oneself within ones living environment and learn what it means to actually live as an equal and support all life equally.

There will be tremendous opportunity for self-expression and real freedom. Clearly equality entails responsibility, therefore there will be community and group related responsibilities as everyone will be accounted for in that respect, as all will assist in making life the actual living expression of that which is best for all. I would not recommend opposing such a profound statement of life. Strangely though, some think they are, or can be ‘larger’ or ‘better’ than life itself. Such people who choose so and fight to maintain such a belief, will become rather outstanding,… radiant and shining examples of profound stupidity, to the extent that they may even die of strange and ‘newly invented’ circumstances of their own making, such as radical-self-glorification-disease or over-self-stimulation-syndrome. Should make for some rather interesting spectacles.

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related article sources: http://www.architecture-student.com/sus ... end-slums/

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Would people still support and participate in Capitalism if we called it what it really is?

The word Capitalism is really quite a clever, yet thin, disguise for what the word truly represents. Cold blooded killing, slavery, and abuse of life. A subtly misleading term used to justify profit and competition, a.k.a – greed and self-interest – at all cost. In that sense, Capitalism is a pure reflection of ourselves in how we allow ourselves to exist, hiding behind false appearances.

If we are then all murderer’s for participating in this heinous system, why are we then picking straws on who goes to jail, who dies, and who gets all the comforts in life?

Our entire monetary, judicial, industry, political, military and healthcare systems, every system in fact, are all based on this one system – Capitalism. Each and every system has become dependent as suckling offspring to the mother of all systems, Capitalism, for their survival. And so, all the offspring are tainted with the same formula as the parent, greed and self-interest. All systems have become murderers, enslavers and abusers of life. Rather than supporting life, we are driving ourselves to extinction with our ravenous lust for power and control, constantly feeding the desire to win, at all cost.

Just imagine, the whole time we hide behind one simple word – Capitalism.

Reminds me of the time when I was little playing hide-and-go-seek with my 2 brothers. I was searching and found my older brother, and so he came out from his spot and helped me search for my younger brother. We found my younger brother’s hiding spot and we could see him clearly. “Come out, we found you!” we said, yet he continued to pretend he was hiding. It was fun when we were children, and it was just a silly game, but now there are serious consequences to face for us all. Yet still people are afraid to come out, to fess up, to give up the game. So consumed with winning perhaps. The game is over, you have been found out.

What’s the solution? Well, it’s simply the opposite of Capitalism. The opposite of greed and self-interest. The opposite of murder, slavery and abuse of life. And that quite simply is a solution that supports life. That which is best for all. And that, would imply individual responsibility as opposed to slavery. That would then imply real freedom, and the removal of free choice, because free choice is not what is best for all.

Obviously we cant just get rid of the current system instantaneously, we need a transition system as soon as possible. We will start by implementing a Basic Income Grant, in order to provide people with the necessities so that we can reduce extreme poverty and starvation. Once that is established we will continue to work on implementing the ideal solution to this giant mess, that which would facilitate heaven on earth – The Equal Money System. If you have not yet heard of it, I strongly suggest you investigate for yourself this fascinating movement to principle based living and a dignified life for all, at last.

So join us at Desteni with the Desteni-I-Process in supporting a system that supports life. There are courses each person must take to educate themselves to understand how to support all life equally. It is going to be an interesting adventure to say the least. The end of Capitalism is here once and for all.

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