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You Are Not A Victim – Be “Response-Able”

You must know and understand that you have a choice at all times, that you create your own reality and are not a victim. You must be willing to acknowledge both the internal and the external aspects of the seven aspects of sovereignty, and achieve balance in all these areas. You must acknowledge that education is the key to unlock the door of a successful life.

You must factor yourself into the new paradigm development plan with education, training and human development at the core. There is no project or business development that can ultimately succeed without both personal and professional development. True holistic education and training has been sorely undervalued and largely unavailable to the general population, and as a developed society and nation, we’ve paid dearly for the mistake. Remember, freedom and ignorance can never co-exist.

“People seem not to see that their opinion of the world is also a confession of character.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

You must examine your belief structures and end self-deception and denial. This involves telling the truth, for the truth shall set you free. It means a thorough reflection, self-examination and assessment of your strengths and weaknesses. Where there is strength, the integration of those strengths with what you do and who you are. And where there is weakness, the healing and development of those aspects of yourself.

“The unexamined life is not worth living.”

This may involves embracing the shadow, or unconscious aspect of yourself. This may also involve looking at your self-worth and self-esteem issues. This may involve your physical or emotional health and well-being. You must deprogram the mind control systems that dominate our information systems today, and free your own mind. You must retire political correctness and the good opinion of others over your own thoughts.

You must release the prejudices and preconceptions that have kept you a slave in your own mind. You must release feelings of insecurity, expectations and false attachments.

“The people who are the most bigoted are the people who have no convictions at all.” -Gilbert Chesterton

You must break through all fears. Fears such as – not understanding, making a mistake, fears of the government, of the IRS or Revenue Canada, of going to prison, of offshore investments, of losing money, of death and taxes, of being yourself, of being seen, of public speaking. There are so many kinds of fears but they are all rooted in the same fear of death or survival.

“Fear leads you directly into the path of that which you fear.” -Anonymous

“If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking. Angels whisper to a man when he goes for a walk.” -Raymond Inmon

You must experience yourself as worthy and break through old family patterns that keep you from living an abundant and prosperous life. You must experience courage, faith, kindness, contentment and joy to reach your goals for a happy and successful life.

Deepak Chopra stated in his book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, a book that I highly recommend everybody read, “Success is the ability to fulfill your desires with effortless ease.”

In summary, your human and community development includes:

  1. Breakdown and breakthrough experiences
  2. Knowing that you are always at choice
  3. Knowing that you are responsible to create your own reality
  4. Knowing that you are not a victim
  5. Embodying the seven aspects of sovereignty
  6. Achieving balance in your work and living
  7. Acknowledging education as the key to your personal development
  8. Examining your belief structures and ending self-deception and denial
  9. Telling the truth
  10. Taking a serious look at yourself through reflection, contemplation, self-examination and assessment
  11. Assessing your strengths and weaknesses
  12. Embracing the shadow aspect of yourself
  13. Deprogramming mind control systems, media and other limiting thoughts
  14. Reevaluating political correctness and the approval of others
  15. Releasing prejudices and preconceptions
  16. Breaking through all fears
  17. Experiencing yourself as worthy of receiving and having a successful life
  18. Dismantling old family patterns that imprison you
  19. Being courageous through the course of your living

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