The Law of Attraction explained

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All emotions are held in our body and have been experienced since we were conceived.

They are made up of all our own experiences as well as those of all our ancestors and passed down via the memory of each generation.

As we go through life, we generally only allow ourselves to feel the ‘positive’ emotions and those which our parents and society approve of.  The painful, ugly ones we have learnt to deny….and even some of the happy, spontaneous ones, because we are told they are ‘silly and childlike’ and they leave us out of control.


All emotions are magnetic.  Whether we deny them or not. They attract experiences to us to express themselves and to show themselves. Emotions want to be part of our lives all the time.


We hear that thoughts create our reality, which is partly true, but what we don’t hear is that thoughts are a secondary representation of our emotions.  It is the emotions that drive it all.  This is why so many positive thinking practices don’t work.

ALL our emotions are projected upon the world and others. We literally SEE the world as we FEEL it inside. We do this without realising.  It is automatic.  And emotions attract and create events and circumstances to provide similar emotions to those we are holding inside, whether they are denied or not. This is guaranteed and the function of this law is to show us our TRUE emotions in the deepest part of ourselves, both the suppressed and the allowed ones.  It is the most beautiful gift we have been given: the law of attraction.

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So all the stories of our life, our ‘logical’ belief systems are in fact secondary representations of our emotions.   We need to sound really ‘reasonable’ and ‘normal’ so we try to make them sound logical which is socially acceptable.

As well as our ‘rational’ belief systems, we have emotional and physical addictions which do a good job of covering up our true feelings, too.  And the culture of suffering we grow up in supports this.  We’ve all got problems, haven’t we?  Problems are normal… that’s life, right?  Even wars, poverty, deprivation, economic loss, famine, strife, violence are seen as the normal outcome of ‘human nature’.

And this is what underpins the current and historical macro and micro system of economic and geopolitical control. This is why our lives and the whole planet are full of suffering and pain instead of bliss and happiness.

So, following this train of thought, we see the fundamental process that is going on behind all the so-called rational logic of our society.  Why we are enslaved to an economic system that exploits us, why we have to exploit others, not necessarily directly but by engaging in a monetary system that does this.  This is why we submit to nationalism that tells us that war is peace and that surveillance and defense are the only way to preserve freedom.

The truth of it all is that our denied emotions are driving everything in our lives and on the planet and suffering is the projection of it.  Suffering is not ‘normal’, nor is ‘human nature’ ‘normal’…..


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The New Economics will be Mathematics – good overview of economy

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Introduction to Mathematically Perfected Economy

It’s as close to a “do nothing” revolution as you’re ever likely to be handed on a silver plate!

Mathematically Perfected Currency & Economy

By Adriano, PfMPE Brasil – Co-authors; Darren Rooke, Gavin Davidson (France, UK)

It is not easy to summarize Mathematically Perfected Economy, because it has many ramifications. I tried to keep my answer lean, but it is nearly impossible. So, I ask you beforehand not to be upset by the extensiveness of this message.

MPE is basically a set of proven mathematical principles that identifies and clarifies the true nature of currency, and it’s life-cycle. It is a long-standing proof (a proven mathematical theorem, rather than simply a theory) of singular solution to the faults of any prospective economy. In the end it is a platform for the restoration of rights, and the rectification of the monetary systems accross the world. A complete prescription for the transformation of the current systems of exploitation into a proven just system.

It also categorically refutes any and all other “monetary reform” propositions out there…

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Economy and Emotions – how are they linked?

Ever since I can remember I have been very sensitive to injustice.  Or rather, passionate about justice and freedom.  Let me explain.

My understanding of injustice is anything which feels violent.  Violence is not just physical, but extends into every activity we care to think of:  emotional, intellectual, economic, institutional, political, religious and so on.

I say ‘feels violent’ because it is in our emotional body that we actually experience violence (even physical violence, the damage of which, contrary to popular belief, is registered in a major proportion in our emotional body).  All violence against us is FELT in an instant but that feeling would take 500+ words to describe logically, and even then, you would not be able to get close to the feeling of being violated.

Violence may be described as a principle whereby one person or group of people, institution, nation or race IMPOSES or FORCES their viewpoint, feelings, ideas, system, action, requirements, needs or judgement upon another or others and in doing so,  denies them the right to express the full nature of their will, their desires and their free choices.  And when I say ‘forces’ or ‘imposes’ this includes everything from the obvious at one end of the spectrum to the extremely subtle and barely perceptible at the other end.  It is very very harmful to all life.

Violence, in other words, limits another’s freedom.  And each person’s freedom ends where another’s begins.

Non-violence or loving behavior can be felt through actions, thoughts and feelings between people as well as through policies, procedures, rules, regulations, practices and principles of organisations etc…

And freedom, in my view, is the true gift we have all been offered by life.  All violence is a denial of life.  It is therefore a denial of love.  (Now some people would disagree that life=love, however, I argue that it is violence which has created our experience of life that does not equal love..)

Starting from the premise that life=love and that when we experience any type of violence,  it feels unloving, we may say that violence cancels love. So in the measure that we are violent, we diminish ourselves, our life force, we feel that something withdraws in us and from us.  Or if we have a sense of our soul, we may say that our soul becomes less full, less loving, shrunken and unable to experience the fullness of life and something, no matter how great or small, dies in us.  In the same way, when we are loving, coherent, non-violent we have the sensation of expansion, growth and creativity.  We can go from strength to strength with this until, as Silo, an Argentine philosopher said, we become ‘like a force of nature and nothing will stand in our way’.

In your life, past or present, have you ever experienced someone who really loves you?  It FEELS like they really love YOU, rather than feeling like they will love you if you are what THEY want you to be or what THEY think you ought to be, i.e. tainted love.  It FEELS like they are really holding open a space of freedom for you to be whoever and however you are and desire to be at any time?  Doesn’t it feel great?! Even if it does not agree with what they think or feel, they don’t mind.  They just love you being you. If we can do this, we can really love and play with life.  Most often we feel expectations and demands from others or do the same to them and that is pretty sad really. The same goes for institutions, governments, education, economy and the rest.

We are so used to it that desiring freedom is relegated to the domain of lunatics and fringe dwellers.sheep having fun

So, the giving and receiving of violence is something we all engage in on a daily basis.  I think if we are all honest with ourselves, we will admit this.  That either directly or indirectly, we are violent: in our relationships, in our practices, in our habits, in our viewpoints etc etc…  We are often indirectly violent which is more difficult to recognise but if we follow the sequence of actions that we engage in beyond the limits of our own life, we may see the pattern resulting in often very damaging effects on others and on the environment and nature. 528586_353995318001782_217514361649879_965335_1545187013_n In fact, most of the careers or jobs that we are doing are actually based on a high level of violence either towards nature, the environment and/or other human beings. This is the hardest bit to recognise as we try to think of ourselves as nice or good or decent.  The word violence sounds a bit extreme.  But upon honest examination of the repercussions of our actions, we can arrive at a sense of it quite easily.woman leads man

And most often, we are violent towards ourselves, not our facade selves that we have learnt to adopt through expediency, but to our true selves.

This is the root of it.  The corollary of self inflicted violence is: if it’s okay for me, then it’s okay for everyone else, right?!  Self-violence is that which suppresses our free will and which does not allow us to do what we really want to do.  Doing what we truly want to do is labelled as selfish and dangerous and must be suppressed at all costs (because it is taken out of the context that each person’s freedom ends where another’s begins). In fact, suppression of our instinct to live in freedom is the very part of our training which is crucial to our submission to the violence of the system – another kingpin in the well-oiled machinery of our education system which trains us for the ‘life’ to which we must submit.528286_272884362794393_271701606246002_647627_389833970_n

We grow up being taught how to be really good at conforming to violence. I grew up with the saying: ‘I want doesn’t get’.  Remember that one??  Or what about: ‘Pull yourself together and stop dreaming’.  Life, we are taught, is a series of obligations to which we must conform.  That’s it, no choice.  And from a very early age we are taught discipline, conformity and how to tow the line.  On pain of death do we break the rules and by death, I mean the fate worse than death which is to suffer being ostresized and ridiculed, failure and shame.  In other words, we are taught we must flaggelate ourselves into submission, into a shape and form that is ‘suitable’ and ‘normal’ and if it does not feel comfortable, then TOUGH LUCK!!!

All types of violence are interlinked and express in any or all of the other types of violence.  It is like a virus that spreads across whole regions of our life, moving rapidly to others and through generations.

So most of us have not got a clue who the heck we really are, in fact.  We just feel a sense of discomfort and unease towards ourselves and others some or more than some of the time. We feel like little sausages in the production line, waiting to be eaten by death.  And, one sausage, full of resentment about being a sausage, is sure good at pointing out any diversity they may see in other sausages to the quality control management team. Sorry, got a bit carried away with the metaphor there but you get my drift!

Of course, we deny this like hell and try to put on a brave face.tumblr_lge22yI1rO1qzwaddo1_500  Everything will be okay in the end, kind of thing. (I heard a good one the other day…Apparantly in India, they have a saying: ‘Everything will be okay in the end.  If it is not okay, you know it is not yet the end’ – haha!)  We jolly ourselves along with distractions and ‘treats’ and drown the bad stuff in wine, drugs and sex – oh yes, sex goes a long way to relieving the ‘tension’.  Yoga is another one that has reached epidemic proportions and that just about keeps people ticking along and appearing sane. (I am NOT knocking yoga here BTW!)yoga-old-womanAnd of course there are all the officially sanctioned ‘I wants’ like TV, movies, music, fashion, hobbies, a plethora of single-issue activist activities and so on which are fun but which distract us from the real issues and keep us ‘happy’ and in that special kind of ‘lala land’ where everyone is really miserable underneath.

The bad news is that it will actually not be okay in the end, or it will take a hell of a lot longer and a lot more suffering to make it okay unless through conscious healing and action we alter the present condition.

But the good news is that life and therefore love is actually far more powerful and springs back into every crack in the concrete.  Like the force of nature in spring, it will grow through every type of violation no matter how diminished it has become.

However, conscious effort on our part MUST engage this process.  The time is now and no-one else will save us.

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So to the question of economy and emotions and how they are linked (which I guess you have pretty well understood by now?) I would finish by saying…

Economic violence is the most prevalent and all-pervasive force on the planet at this moment.  Well, it has been practically since the beginning of time really but now it is so ‘in our faces’, there’s no escaping it.  And because economy is so fundamental to our survival and to every element of the life of every person on the planet as well as every living being and the planet itself, it is this violence which I feel is at the root of much of the suffering we experience today.  All wars, all poverty, all environmental destruction, all ignorance, all crime, all emotional suffering, all stress and a host of other ills have their root in economic violence.

That is why my passion is to find the real issues at the heart of economy, money and banking and to share with you here in my blog the solution that I have found.

Thank you for reading.

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Emotions Part 3

SO, how do we GET to our emotions?

By just looking at our daily life, experiences and what is around us in our lives,

We get the picture of which emotions we are denying.

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Everything we do and encounter produces an emotional response in us.

Many of these are emotional injuries we received from our parents and their parents etc..

It is each emotion that we need to let flow through us minute by minute.

We have a habit of locking down, not feeling, pushing away the bad ones.  And even some of the good ones.

This is denial.

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Strong habitual emotional reactions like yelling at others and crying or moaning about our problems does not mean we are expressing and feeling our emotions.


In fact, quite the opposite usually.

These expressions are a cover up operation.

There is something more.  Drill down deep.

Find the causal.  It’s only the causal emotion that matters.

The rest is fancy dress.

emotional denial

If you think you are not feeling anything most of the time and only notice your thoughts and body…

That is called numbness and is the best indicator of complete emotional lock down


So what do we do when we find it?

Then we must allow ourselves to experience this emotion fully.

FEEL it fully, let it wash over us, shake us, make us feel sick, cry, scream, kick, punch a pillow, make a long sound.  Anything.  Whatever it tells us to do.  If nothing, then nothing, just feel it.

Take 100% responsibility for it.  Even if you are being attacked.  Don’t blame.

Don’t dump it on another.

And we know it is released

When we no longer attract the same experiences.

Our outer world changes.

That is the indicator.

It’s called the law of attraction.


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