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It is not the amount of money we earn that brings peace of mind
it is having control of our money. IF WE FIND WAYS TO LIVE TOGETHER IN AN ATMOSPHERE OF PEACEFUL EXCHANGE...much can be accomplished to further develop the heart consciousness of humanity. We must learn how to govern the law of our own being.To grow our own food. To exchange goods in peace.

Efficient Use
Governing the Law of our Own Being towards Self-Sustainability

It is not the amount of money we earn that brings peace of mind, rather it is having enough to create the things we need and desire. IF WE FIND WAYS TO LIVE TOGETHER IN AN ATMOSPHERE OF PEACEFUL NURTURING SUPPORT...much can be accomplished to further the development of the heart consciousness of humanity into "efficient use" for creative individual and community living. All we need is an openness of heart and a willing attitude to share our gifts with others and in no time, abundance, and wellbeing fills our lives in all ways grateful.

Gratitude guides the flow of the gift. Living in the gift is the Spiritual Law of Reciprocity in action - giving instead of exchanging. Giving is a nurturing value expressed through the "The Gift Paradigm" that has the advantage of restoring mothering to its rightful place in the constitution of the human. With nurturing as the center of care there is efficient use of energy mimicking the ways of Nature. We all win!

With an openness of self-sufficiency, an attitude of self-care and love for Nature to live sustainably, we begin to create new stories in context of the connected self. Our relationships change as we connect and come to love and respect the earth. We relate in a new way and perhaps connect our own evolution with that of the plant kingdom, of Nature. We begin to work in alignment with nature and create food forests (Permaculture) or convert areas of lawn to grow a sustainable food supply and plant fruit trees that are the most nutritionally dense super foods. We may grow what we can in pots on our patios or along a sunny window because we find no other worthy nutrition other than growing our own food or eating locally organically grown produce. Joining a food co-op or organic produce buying club or even renting out a small plot in an urban farm opens us up to further options to health freedom and food sovereignty.

So, this whole idea of “efficient use” is not only about outer organization, but takes inner organization that relates to a series of inner alignments in the letting go of scarcity. Scarcity breeds greed as an artifact of an old ideology. The old story of artificially induced competitions becomes a new story created through a connectedness and uniqueness of life-affirming values and of building new relationships through cooperation and collaboration.

Perhaps some of us are more aligned along this inner pathway than others and already apply the “efficient use” attitude of living. No matter, wherever we are, we start and move forward.

When we assess our lives, what becomes evident is that we must first learn how to govern the law of our own being. That is to be self sufficient in our use of energy, both internally and externally. To be mindful of things repetitive - that are done out of habituation rather than act in spontaneity of need. Such habituations or the rote bleeds energy because there is no generation from imagination and creativity. Abandon unnecessary energy depleting actions along with the emotional correlate and mindfully refocus energy for healing re-alignment!

Abandon the robotic, mechanical, rote response of the reactional mind. The body is on cruise control and yet, the mind is not connected to its actions. This functioning on automatic causes a split or bifurcation between the physical and mental responses of being. Bifurcation can happen on any level where there is incongruency between what we think, feel, say and do. Self connectedness is lacking. Alignment is always needed where there is a loss of energy. Loss of energy is produced when personal fields fail to connect and make an alignment with the higher stream of universal wellbeing that is all Nurturing. When there is vibrational singularity, phase conjugation or communion (they all mean the same thing) connection is produced. If there is no meeting ground, a bridging process needs to be developed. The area of weakness or where there is less strength, is deficient in, is what needs to be developed. That’s an inner bridging process. Actions must produce congruency.

There are many layers to the old story paradigm, so fine tuning our behaviors and choosing what we allow into our consciousness endows us with the creative capacity to formulate our own dreams. When our emotional charges have subsided into neutrality we see the lesson in the experience with clarity. This gives us wisdom. The cultivation of wisdom is born by lifting the feelings of emotional charge from the belly to the heart center for intuitive union. We move into a higher way of seeing, living, moving, being, of loving. This requires focused attention-intention to produce a desired response. As we heal, our effectiveness grows and the beauty of our vision increases and opportunities manifest.

In what we think, feel, say and do there is a sense of unity, of congruency. Yet, boundaries need affirmation from time to time to assure balance. What we say is important. It is our vibrational code broadcasted to the world of our essential integrity. The integrity of our word, of our word in action holds great merit and attracts to us beneficent forces. Grace.

Congruency with self depends on whether word and action is in alignment with what we say and do. When out of phase, we release the contraction of contradictions and match up our words with action in order to self-initiate. This self initiating action is cultivated by the attitude of gratitude and a willingness to cooperate with the life flow in making our visions the future now.

From the wisdom of our experience,s we have developed a strong sense of Self. We are learning to govern the law of our own being in cooperation with various life streams. We understand the ego structure that innately seeks to dominate all things. Like the Scorpion using its sting as the final blow, here too, wisdom reveals the final blow as to purification of the ego from its clinging. We emotionally purify to the dominance of the heart. The intuitive heart is our focal point of all our responses in thought, feeling, word and action.

Our stream of focus is to live in alignment with Source energy. We can feel how close or far away we are. Our feelings are our barometer for our wellbeing. The stream of wellbeing is the core for our movement either towards or away from it. The closer we are in alignment to the stream of wellbeing, the better we feel and the better we treat others and respect life. The farther out of alignment we are, is the distance between Self and Source and we suffer. Our suffering readily shows up in our environment.

Holding an attitude of gratitude cultivates wellbeing as we move about the day. By focusing our mental stream on feelings of gratitude we draw to us magnetic energy that builds in power. As we potentate energy inside us we radiate feelings of wellbeing to the world. Inspiration fills the breath circulating throughout the cellular body ensouling our awareness. No longer on the threshold, we birth the authentic Self. A new evolution of psychic existence has been reached that lives the gift and trusts in the the universe to gift us.

Expanded consciousness hard won, we nurture and protect the invisible lattice of luminiferous etheric energies that pulse through us and all life. This light bearing ether forms the lattice of wellbeing around the sphere of the heart. Its electric life force flows along the energy pathways of the body and interfaces with all living matter.

We feel the Oneness in the matrice of life’s creation and seek to unify in this field of ‘efficient use” of life energy as mirrored in Nature. Upon observation we recognize that Nature uses only what it needs and always recycles what is not necessary back into fecundity for future use. Nature is always becoming. She is the great mirror for efficiency in our own actions of self-sustainability. With reverence we take her wisdom from the beginning of her creation and begin to apply it in every area of our lives.

The generative Earth force that vitalizes our own body also enlivens within us the seeds of creation. Like the seeds of the plant kingdom, everything begins as a seed - a seed thought, a seed feeling, a seed response. As we interface our consciousness with the seeds of the food we grow, herbs, trees, flowers, water and even extended to the care of the animal kingdom, we create a feedback loop of wellbeing.

Resonant force transmits to food and takes in the orgone force of wellbeing and produces for us its Super alter. This super food endows us with wellbeing, clarity and a state of grace. So when we grow our own food & herbs to make medicine & make our own teas, we absorb this psychic energy and enliven every facet of our being by assimilation through resonance.

With wellbeing as the underlying psychic force, Grace assists us to become wholly self-directed in governing the law of our own being.

Alisa Battaglia©2014

Spiritual Economics ~ The Ultimate Federal Reserve


Solutions for Surviving the Economic Downfall of America

The way to protect our selves in these hard economic times is always to control spending. We each must decide for ourselves how we wish to manage our lives in terms of a bankrupt nation and a depressed economy. Here's what I've consistently recommended to intelligent people over the years garnered through my own experience, research and from financial professionals.

1- Own your own vehicle. Don't borrow money to drive a car. It deprecaites right off the lot and is not worth what you paid for it. It's better to own an old car than it is to make payments on something that stretches your wallet and stresses you. Opt to buy a used car outright. There are alot of repossessed vehicles floating around now that are still under warranty.

2- Own your home. Work to pay off your existing home mortgage and own your home outright rather than qualifying for a loan and moving to a larger home. At minimum reduce your loan so that you have 50% equity in your home. This should help to insulate you from all but the very worst housing bubble price drops.

3- Stop spending money on frivolous and overpriced things. Starbucks coffee, soda, brand-name laundry detergent, jewelry and processed foods to name a few. Stretch your money by buying low-cost, bulk food ingredients like lentils, brown rice and quinoa; tea, almond milk, and coffee, etc.

4- Protect your health! Forget about promises for national health care system that's any good because our entire health (sick) care industry is focused on treating disease rather than promoting health. Know that no health care system can make you healthy, only the proactive measures of sound nutrition, superfoods, sunlight, exercise and avoidance of all toxic chemicals to boost your health will. Take charge of your health right now!

5- Own some productive landIt is a form of permanent wealth. You can actually grow a large portion of your own food by converting lawn to growing vegetables, fruits, nuts or edible herbs and beneficial plants and trees. Regardless of what happens to the world economy, land in good climate capable of producing food and medicine will always hold value. The GARDEN REVOLUTION of growing an Individual & Local Food System is catalyzing backyard & urban farmers and permaculturists into action.

6- Own a Good Bicycle.
There's no form of transportation that's more affordable. Opt for a moped, electric bike or its alternative if pedaling is an athletic challenge. Electric bikes cost far less than a penny per mile and will still give you a bit of exercise.

7- Don't save ALL your money in one bank or in U.S. currency! Diversify. Banks are failing. The currency may depreciate and be declared worthless. Investing in anything that cannot be printed is the only logical way forward for people who wish to steer clear from investing in devaluating assets. Support your local bank and alternative forms of currency.


Live Differently
& Agree to Budget

Acquiring information and advice about how to manage or invest our money is easy. The trick is to act on the information, to do something that improves your life and the lives of those you love. That's what wielding the energy of money is all about. ~Maria Nemeth

Budgeting is a plan that helps people make the best use of their income and savings.

Distinguish between wants and needs. Realistic, workable budgets result when couples agree to provide carefully for their needs and to exercise self-discipline and patience as they seek to provide for some of their wants.

Most families can reduce some of their expenditures with a little resourcefulness and accountability. Begin budgeting by listing all expenditures from several previous months. Determine where the money went and which expenditures were unnecessary and which were necessary. Then decide what you can do yourself like: washing & ironing clothes instead of using a dry cleaner, growing your own food - an urban food forest to offset rising food prices & GMO pesticide foods, install solar panels, efficent appliances, and rain barrels to water plants, plant shrubs to keep home cool and convert lawn and landscaping using xeriscaping.

Budget for other set expenses, such as rent or mortgage, utilities, food, clothing, debt reduction, and transportation. By carefully analyzing past months’ spending, you can obtain a realistic idea of how much to allot for each item. When buying clothes, get rid of old clothes that don't fit or are worn and donate or sell them at a second hand store. Don't accumulate!!!

Pay yourself first! Put money aside in a savings program after necessary expenses have been budgeted. Starting both a short-and long-term savings program can help you meet unplanned emergencies as well as provide for future major expenses.

Budgets should be flexible, if not they usually fail. Allot personal spending money that need not be accounted for.

Take into account affordable recreation and allow for some spontaneity- the unplanned diversions or for items that are a part of joyful living.

Use a regular portion of income to prepare for future needs.


The Dream of Money
By Allan Hardman

Another example of a consensus dream in humans is the dream of money. In most of the Western world, money is made of colored paper, with different pictures and numbers for the various denominations in the various countries. These pieces of paper have no value in themselves, yet the different numbers are very important. The more colored pieces of paper you have, and the bigger the numbers they have, the more power, prestige, and things you can have.

The dream of money is a powerful dream. It is very important to the successful workings of the dream of the planet that everyone agrees about the value of their particular money. The value of the money is vigorously defended by the authorities in charge. If you decide to manufacture your own money, you will be punished, no matter how good of a job you do making it. Your money will be worthless as soon as anyone discovers it is not the official money.

In Mexico in the early 1990s, the value of the peso had dropped until it took more than 3,000 pesos to equal one U.S. dollar. People were buying milk at their local tienda (store) with 10,000-peso notes. When the government took three zeros off of the money, and issued ten-peso notes, people used the old and new bills interchangeably.

The dream of money includes all of the beliefs that everyone holds about whether it is easy or hard to get, what it means to get it without working for it, and what it says about you if you don't have any or if you have too much. Should you save your money for later, or spend it all and enjoy it now? Should you give money to homeless people when they ask? Should you give it to your child, or insist that she earn it? The real answers to these questions are that there are no answers. On the Toltec path, you ultimately realize that there is no such thing as money; there is only a dream we have all agreed to accept.

Sacred Economics with Charles Eisenstein
A Short Film

What Is MONEY?

David Icke from Radical Truth Knowledge and Revolution

Money As Debt

Paul Grignon's 47-minute animated presentation of "Money as Debt" tells in very simple and effective graphic terms what money is and how it is being created.
It is an entertaining way to get the message out.
I recommend it as a painless but hard-hitting educational tool and encourage
the widest distribution and use by all groups concerned with the present
unsustainable monetary system in Canada and the United States.

Break Up with Your Bank

Is your mega-bank letting you down? Break up with your bank!
Compare the mega-banks' social and environmental records at Responsible Shopper Web site.

Then look for greener, community-committed banks.
There are a significant number of financial institutions that, unlike the mega-banks,
are built on a culture of community and shared long-term prosperity.

Fast Facts about the Banking Industry:

Environmental and human rights violations are widespread within the banking industry due to unsustainable investments.

Investments in PetroChina, whose proceeds directly fund the Sudanese army and Janjaweed militia which carries out the genocide in Darfur, is perhaps the most egregious of the industry’s current investments.

Banks have also been criticized for profiting from apartheid in South Africa and supporting other abusive regimes.

Additionally, the industry finances development projects that are destructive to environment, such as the construction of coal-powered energy plants and mining in the Amazon River basin.

Take Action to end the era of irresponsible lending and ensure investments in sustainable projects. Find ways to Green your Finances by visiting Go Green.

Article: Responsible Credit Cards: If you use credit cards, chances are that you've got a card sponsored by one of the mega-banks. The Real Green newsletter article introduces several credit cards issued by socially responsible banks and credit unions that exemplify responsible lending practices—as well as community investing institutions that take the social mission one step further by also investing in low-income populations.


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