When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I am a born activist
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
So what is it?
The release of one's identification with their mind
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
My understanding is that the issue is the corporatocracy and money system that governs the servitude and slavery of the planetary population which in turn has caused an identity crisis within the individual and society whereby we have lost touch with the true understanding of who we are.
For the current beliefs and systems cause one to identify with their material consumption and accumulation of goods as the marker or standard through which they measure their worth and standing.
It is this standard and modern misperception of self-worth and pride that drives the system and perpetuates the profit motive rat race.
Until consciousness secures a new understanding of itself, its worth and its purpose to take care of itself for the purpose of just doing so… almost every effort to change our current crisis is akin to moving the deck furniture around on an ocean liner. Such activities will have little or no effect on the direction of the ship.
That which is steering the ship is that which has lost touch with itself. And until the epiphany of our oneness, unity and singularity as an existence is truly realized, until the anthropocentric consciousness is abandoned and the ecocentric consciousness is manifest and remains a constant in everyone’s awareness, until at least these two things actually happen, we will remain in a state of denial attempting to shuffle the blame from one activity to another.
Yes, everything must be done to eliminate every activity that we know is an abomination towards nature. That is obvious. Yet, the external activities that give rise to this conversation are simply the symptoms of a planetary personality crisis.
When we truly realize that the essence of the issue will only be resolved from a shift within ourselves, not outside ourselves, and that the internal self-perception which in turn manifests in our outer world is the true cause for all that is happening, then and only then will the monetary, political and religious institutions that govern our greed and desire for useless and meaningless products be replaced with that which will sustain us.
Can we change the world?
More about me
I exist to assist human kind in dissolving all our walls of perceived separateness. I spend each day sharing my discovery of "The Law of Repeatlessness" as written in my book, "Repeatlessness - An Owner's Manual for the Human Mind."
Each Monday from 11 am to 1 pm CST, we come together on my radio show worldwide on the
You are amazing joe! you are actually the reason i am on this site right now, from the last of your mechanics of mind controll lectures. i have heard what you have been trying to teach before "the law of repeatlesness" go by many other names and with many other methods. I find yours to resonate the best with me and the easiest for me to understand and i thank you for that. I refered my psychology teacher to your lectures, hope she gives em a try i said it would be life changing, as it was for me. may sound a bit intimidating though :p
Light and love to you good sir !
your teachings of love ripple throughout the universe and are touching many lives like mine :-)
Joe, thanks for opening my eyes and thanks for being such an altriust person. I still don't know what kinda force surf me to find you on the net and most importantly, for me taking to listen to you for 2 second and consequently I could not stop for 2 hours, 2 days, and I know not for the rest of my life. Good health
My dear friend Joe, I am sending healing energy and best wishes for a full recovery from your heart surgery. I can't think of a heart more needed on this planet to spread love and peace. Be well soon! With so much love, Anita
Bliss and Joy. Bliss and Joy. Bliss and Joy. Hope that you are living in it and being it! How did the show go yesterday? The power was out here from 9am until 10pm yesterday, that wasn't that fun, but it gave me a good chance to appreciate how blessed we all are and how spoiled. Even when we have little, we have so much!! Bless you brother! Robert