Now that i’ve got your attention, yes, i’m serious. Free money !
Money has been poisoned, entrapped, and raped, hijacked, held hostage, and it needs to be freed.
The old saying, “money is the root of all evil”, is not exactly true, but it is not exactly false either.
Here’s my version. Money has been hacked and usurped, by the root of all evil.
I believe this is the basis for so many people’s conflicts about money.
Look, the real value is in each of us, each human soul. Our eternal being is the only real value that we can truly have in this world. That is where value arises. Value is an essential quality. It is a quality of being, of existence itself, much as is beauty, courage, and many other qualities of being that can arise spontaneously in us. When we are in touch with our essential value, we will be able to see and appreciate it in others and in the world around us. So when we exchange our energy, we are passing among ourselves the value we bring to life. Money is a vehicle for that value to pass between us, that’s all. It is a symbolic way to exchange value. But it is not the value itself, it is just a symbol for it.
So far, that’s beautiful, isn’t it?
But here’s the problem. The money system, and those who control it, have taken advantage of our kindness and generosity. They have hijacked us, siphoning our energy off whenever money passes amongst us, in a process that is parasitic at its core.
There is plenty of excellent information online about how it was done, and how it works. In short, all money is now an instrument of debt. (If this doesn’t make sense to you, please study about how fiat currencies work.) There is no real value in it, in fact, it is a negative value, a minus. Because that’s what debt is. Debt and death are intimately related.
So this beautiful exchange of energy and value that money is supposed to be has been usurped and contaminated by the shadow rulers, the banking cartels, that have been running the world up until now.
Money needs to be freed. So how do we do that?
Well, it means taking a stand. First, we have to educate ourselves about how the money works.
Just look at the symbols all over the US Dollar.
If you were designing a currency, what symbols would you use?
Why do we have to use these arcane symbols of a worn out obsolete pyramid scam set up by secret societies of old men on the money we use every day?
Wouldn’t you want to design it with symbols of prosperity, and faces of inspired artists and inventors, philosophers, musicians…?
One day several years ago i got into a conversation with a man i didn’t know, and somehow we got around to the topic of what we do, and he said he was teaching workshops about mindfulness and money, you know, a mixture of meditation and money practices, i guess…seems like a good idea.
But then i asked him if he knew that the Federal Reserve Bank, the institution that prints and controls the US Dollar, is actually a private corporation, and not a part of the federal government. And he did not know that. (of course the federal government itself is a private corporation too, but that’s a whole other tangent in itself.)
Am i missing something here? How on earth can you be teaching people about prosperity, and how to attract money, without doing your due diligence beforehand, on how the whole money system works?
Because if you had studied at all, you would have understood that it is a rigged casino, really nothing but a control system.
But because everyone is trying so hard to “keep a positive attitude” about money, out of fear of not attracting abundance, no one wants to look at these very basic facts about the money system, how it is set up, who controls it, and who benefits from it.
The new age law of attraction jargon cleverly avoids the elephant in the living room, which is, that the money has been co-opted by the controllers, and for a long time now.
And then, when we look even closer at it, we start to notice some other key features, which are more cleverly concealed.
This is just my point of view, but i notice that more and more lately, money is attracted mainly to activities that are destructive to humanity, animals, and the planet, and all the things that promote thriving and growing and creating are being choked to death.
I notice a growing trend, which is that the people who make the most money are for the most part the ones who profit, either directly or indirectly, from the suffering of others, and environmental destruction. And it feels like it is being done on purpose. It doesn’t take a PhD in economy to figure it out, either. Just look at the budget pie chart of the USA. The military budget is through the roof. Disgustingly bloated, like someone who eats two hundred supersize Macdonalds burgers with fries per day.
And then look at the chart to see how much funding is allocated to the arts. oh, uh wait, um let’s see. oh, i get it, they’re not even on there AT ALL.
So here’s how i see it. The money, because it is debt based, and basically a promise to pay (and we all know those promises to pay are lies, because the Federal Reserve is bankrupt), is attracted to black hole projects, projects that suck energy from everyone, destroy, cause suffering, and pollute the planet. And the power is taken from those who can do something to correct the bullshit that is going on. Those projects are always thwarted. The cure for cancer, free energy, alternative energy sources, etc etc. Intelligence in the arts is not supported either. The money goes to the bizarrely unhealthy Hollywood image factory which pimps out the arts into an ever more cheesy display of human stupidity, designed to distract and hypnotize people, while many humans of original talent struggle in territory laden with obstacles, stuck working extra jobs, unhealthy living conditions, just to stay true to their art. It’s shameful, is what it is.
So, yes, we have to free money.
What else can we do, after we educate ourselves about it?
Well, until the money system is wrested from the hands of these controllers, it’s going to become more and more useless, really. So we have to find ways to exchange and share our beautiful essential beingness, beyond the contamination of the money.
I also suggest that we can purify the money even as it passes through our hands, in practical ways.
Currency is a representation of a current of energy, much like electricity.
What happens when we turn the light switch on?
The light comes on.
When we turn it off, darkness.
So to keep the currency moving is like turning the light switch on.
Energy is available for light, and for things to happen.
To hoard money is like turning the switch off. The lights go out, and nothing happens.
Therefore, money really only has value when it is circulating, and enabling things to happen.
Otherwise, it’s worthless.
And also, you wouldn’t grab onto an electrical wire to try and “possess” the current, would you?
You would get a serious jolt. Best to let it flow.
The idea that someone has a “net worth” of millions or billions from some ones and zeros piling up in some computer somewhere,
that represents more value than someone who puts their life energy into creating something beautiful and useful that perhaps he sells for a few pennies, is just insanity.
A simple blessing with our word and gesture as money comes and goes can help to cleanse it.
But also, we can begin aligning our lives towards making money by only doing what we love to do, something that brings benefit to the world, and at least doesn’t cause suffering to anyone. Do no harm.
That sounds great, but to set up your life so that can happen, can be quite a challenging life practice.
It will take some rearranging and simplifying for it to really work.
We may have to do without some things we’re accustomed to in order to align ourselves.
My feeling is, when you make money doing what you love, then the money is purified by your love, as it comes through your life. That way, as it goes out into the world again it carries more love with it.
And the more it circulates with that intention, the more the control system will be undermined.
I love the Cherokee saying: “If it’s not good for everyone, it’s not good.”
This is a good litmus test to put your “livelihood” to.
If it passes, then you will be blessing the money supply.
If not, it’s time to rearrange some things.
Prosperity is way more than just having more money and stuff for yourself.
It is when everyone, including you, thrives and grows and has a chance to actualize their heart’s desire, and offer their gift to the world.
So keep it moving, share it.
Think more in terms of paying it forward, and less about paying it back, or being paid back.
When we pay it forward we choose to give our money to those who are doing what they love, rather than huge faceless corporations. Support your local people, and your friends, who are contributing to life.
Your local vegetable grower, local stores, musicians, artisans, so on. You know all this already. it is just time to do it, as much as you can. Every time you spend money you are voting for the kind of world you want.
If you buy Coca Cola, for example, then you are saying, i want this kind of soul-sucking, health- and environment-destroying energy in my world.
And lastly, well, a more radical idea, but it is certainly not mine. But it definitely falls under the topic of Free Money.
It is coming across the collective radar now, and this is the idea of basically paying every person to exist. So everyone’s basic needs are met. Seems only fair, doesn’t it? Why should any of us be starving or homeless?
i love this quote from Buckminster Fuller, which says it all:
“We must do away with the absolutely specious notion that everybody has to earn a living. It is a fact today that one in ten thousand of us can make a technological breakthrough capable of supporting all the rest. The youth of today are absolutely right in recognizing this nonsense of earning a living. We keep inventing jobs because of this false idea that everybody has to be employed at some kind of drudgery because, according to Malthusian-Darwinian theory, he must justify his right to exist. So we have inspectors of inspectors and people making instruments for inspectors to inspect inspectors. The true business of people should be to go back to school and think about whatever it was they were thinking about before somebody came along and told them they had to earn a living.”
How many people are doing something for money that they would still continue to do, even if they no longer needed the money? Are you? If so, you are one of the fortunate few. Bucky is right. This is a “specious notion” that we have to justify our right to exist by doing something we really have no desire to do, just in order to eat and have a roof over our heads.
Anyone who just thinks about it for 2 seconds can see, that the money from the military and “black” budgets could easily become a guaranteed no strings attached basic income for everyone on the planet, including the soldiers who would no longer have a job killing people.
We the people don’t want to fight with each other any more. This whole war thing is mass mind control, in order to abuse and enslave, and it is time for humanity to wake up from that.
Wouldn’t you rather create something beautiful, than destroy? The idea that evil is part of human nature is a complete fabrication, and just not true. This idea has been pounded into our heads by the religions, in order to keep us vibrating at a low frequency. Guilt, apathy, fear, all those energies serve to slow us down, keep us disconnected and unhappy, and as a result, way more easy to control and to harvest.
And where does this practice of speculating on the basic needs of life come from? This should be against the law, because it is against natural law. Anyone who profits from market fluctuations in everything from food to oil to real estate ends up profiting from someone’s misfortune, if you think about it. Because somewhere along the line, someone loses so someone else can have more. And it’s usually the few benefiting, while the many suffer. The whole concept of interest too, especially compound interest, is a practice that should be abolished. It only serves those with money, and steals from those without it.
Before any of this can happen, the cartel that controls the money must be stopped and removed. (When you have parasites, or a tick biting you, what do you do?) Otherwise, any attempt to work within that system will just be a band-aid on cancer. So we have to understand how deceptively and dishonestly this cartel works. There is plenty of very well researched material online about that too. At this point, you have no excuse other than your own ignorance to not know this basic information about the money that passes through your hands every day. Their system only works if it is kept secret. By ignoring it, you are enabling it.
If money is the blood of humanity, then humanity has leukemia. The life blood of energy exchange between humans is contaminated with a cancer, a virus.
It deliberately prevents us from interacting with each other in mutually supportive ways.
It promotes an atmosphere of scarcity, competition, consumerism, and greed.
The nature of that virus is another topic worth looking into as well. Google the term “wetiko”.
The implications are far reaching, but this parasitic mind virus called wetiko must be understood, or we will make no progress. The whole topic is holographic. The money is a manifestation of the condition of humanity.
If ego-centeredness, I, me, mine, continues to dominate, we’re toast.
And how does this all relate to Source Creativity?
Everything we do can be a form of creativity, including our use of money. Our creative imagination is infinite.
So let’s dream up a new way of being here. Seriously. There’s no time left for anything but that. Money is so tied in with the process of manifestation, that we are going to have to clean up our relationship with it, individually and collectively, in order to set right what is going on in the world. We are going to have to see to it that it is liberated, backed by real-world Value, and put to use for positive and compassionate purposes. This should be completely obvious
to everyone at this point.
SEE this money game for what it is.
No matter what side of the game you’re on, you lose.
That’s not so easy to see when you’re on the “winning” side, but on that side there are distinct disadvantages as well. Certainly having money doesn’t necessarily make you more happy, or healthy. In fact it often seems to have the opposite effect.
You see some of the biggest smiles and the most open hearts in people who have nothing. And for the most part, the wealthiest people on the planet look very strange and miserable indeed.
And ultimately, money is as obsolete as the internal combustion engine, nuclear energy, and war. There will come the day that we will grow beyond all of these altogether. We will look back on money as something as antiquated as rubbing two sticks together to start a fire.
Happiness is your very being. It has much more to do with being, than with having. Watch out for money. Use it wisely, don’t be fooled by it. Don’t let it take your humanity. Because once that has been taken, it’s not so easy to get it back.
Kit Walker ©2014
this short introduction to the Ubuntu philosophy of Michael Tellinger is worth watching. A world without money: