Yes, the corporate raid on NZ intensifies across the nation on every environmental front, within businesses and at the same time it infiltrates into government
and city councils to erode any vestige of community and connection, especially in the 'new' Auckland (super) city.
With more and more people realising that our freedoms are slipping away from us, I distinctly remember seeing film maker Steven Spielberg
on TV not long after 911 lamenting the reality that this was happening right across America, and he bemoaned the fact that the Americans were 'voluntarily'
giving them away!
Well, the same malaise that has settled over the USA and by default Canada, is settling over both Australia and New Zealand. Those with Freeview TV if
they wish to take the time to tune into the NZ Parliamentary channel, they can witness the 'carryings on' where the parties in opposition rail against
the government of the day, whilst government ministers stoically hold the government line, especially if they individually want to retain their position
as an MP. They will not do what Marilyn Waring once did and walk across the floor and vote against her own party and government, because she could
not countenance any more 'undemocratic behavior against the public good'.
There is now a vacuum in the realm of leadership in this country and in reality, globally. We have, through more and more choice, cheaper consumer
goods, unbridled TV 'programming' and entertainment and distraction, found ourselves as a collective humanity in the same swamp of sameness, where things are getting faster and faster, better and better and worse and worse.
Regrettably, we can not look out to the academic/scientific community for the answers as they too are vying with each other, be it pro and con with fluoride,
GE and GMO's, climate change and the melting on the arctic ice and the increasing acidic oceans. Yet, we definitely are in need of professional champions
in this field, but continued tenure in their current career paths influences them to in most cases remain tight lipped and silent.
There is also an apparent overdose of left brain thinking as humans becoming lost in the data, to become ensconced in the minutiae, whilst our great
pulsing planet, mothership earth, rotates on her axis as she sweeps in a gigantic arc around our solar centre - that also in ordered splendor rotates
around the galactic centre - coiling with suns through deep dimensions of time.
So what are we to do? Well … If we could all tap into the thoughts and feelings of the human race I am sure at a sub conscious level there
would be unanimity of at least 99% that would declare we urgently need to connect as kin and global family to find ways to co-operate, solve our challenges
and live in peace - in a unified field of higher awareness, because intuitively we all know that we have to transcend our fragmented and dysfunctional
ways ... for we today stand at the precipice …
We are also encouraged to remember, if we do not learn from the mistakes of the past, we will inevitably repeat them - AGAIN:
This from the Roman Empire.
Do not blame Caesar, blame the people of Rome who have rejoiced at the loss of their freedom who hail him when he speaks in the Forum of more security, more living fatly at the expense of the industrious.
- Marcus Cicero
Do not blame the Prime Minister, blame the people of New Zealand who have rejoiced at the loss of their freedom who hail him when he speaks in Parliament of more security, more living fatly at the expense of the workers, farmers and focused entrepreneurs.
Well to bring things to clarity in the present moment, we are recognizing we all live on a planet that is a living system, the ancient Greeks called
Gaia, that science is begrudgingly and with teeth gritted, is slowly admitting is fact - yes, a colossal living super organism. That our planet actually
loans us bodies in which to exist, plus offers free air, free of charge water and a complimentary food chain however, because we are unable to still-ourselves
and take time for self reflection, we continue to miss out on being grateful and thankful.
At a deeper more quieter level of your being, you know what I mean … having reverence for our sustainer, like the Government and people of Bolivia
and Ecuador in recognising 'Pachamama' and the 'Law of the Rights of Mother Earth', one of the unique laws in the world that accord nature the same
rights as humans.
It's when we take time out to breath deeply and withdraw our attention from the outside world for a moment, and tune into the great repository of our
inner virtues and capabilities, that we can allow our more right sided intuitive faculties to make themselves known, and this is where inspiration
and innovation bubble up into our awaking consciousness. We need to enable ourselves to see the big picture and yet chunk it down to what we need to
do in our everyday life.
This is when we start to create and co create ourselves out of the present situation we have now found ourselves in. It's aligning with our inner spirit.
We need to dare to dream …
When we have an idea or concept that benefits the whole, one of the best ways to share it is by networking. By building up trust and community we can
experience and bring about profound change, that reverberates into the outside world as goodwill in action.
All we need to do is take a deeper breath knowing that all 7.5 billion of us are connected by this invisible force, that once breathed in, as a medical
fact, eventually finds its way into all human hearts.
Decide to Network.
Use every letter you write
Every conversation you have
Every meeting you attend
Every email you send
And remember Facebook
To tweet and to express your fundamental beliefs and dreams
Affirm to others the vision of the world you want
Network through thought
Network through action
Network through love
Network through the spirit
You are the centre of a network
You are the centre of the world
You are a free,
Immensely powerful source of life and goodness
Affirm it, spread it, radiate it
Think day and night about it
And you will see a miracle happen:
The greatness of your own life.
In a world of big powers, media and monopolies
But of 7.5 billion individuals
Networking is the new freedom
the new democracy.
A new transparency?
A new form of wholeness and happiness.
Dr Robert Muller, Chancellor;
'World Peace University' Costa Rica, Central America.
With a latter day digital / technological extension added by Tim.
No time to tarry …
'The kids are looking up to us!'
Post Script. 12/05/2016
The TPPA the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement being a gigantic corporate control mechanism is very close to being clamped on NZ, and the unelected List
Member of Parliament who negotiated this agreement has now been gifted the post of becoming the NZ Ambassador to the USA. One of his never forgotten
statements about the TPPA was that 'NZ may have to swallow a few dead rats to clinch the deal.'