MONEY FARM CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3

A SYSTEM BASED ON FEAR AND LACK IS IN A STATE OF DISEASE

The energetic financial flow of the system had stagnated and become stuck. Without flow, the blockage would contaminate and then break its own system.

Reality: the system was based on greed and the fear of lack. 

My decades of endless research had revealed that all the while the system continued with such mentality, debt increased, the poor grew poorer and the division of wealth escalated. An unknown few accumulated vast wealth from the demise of others. The ‘people’ ran on financial treadmills in order to survive in a society that had stopped caring. Selfishness was the order of the day. ‘Look out for number one while number two will stab you in the back’. Was it any wonder that everyone was out for themselves; their motivation was to be better than the next person – have more rather than be more. The ‘next person’ followed a genetic/family routine, and according to instilled family beliefs, they unintentionally conformed, unable to reach their true potential. Each set of limiting beliefs kept each and everyone ‘stuck’ in their situation and working to generate money simply to survive. All the while a deepening dissatisfaction filled their souls because as they continued to consume and live in a state of survival they could never reach their authentic state and make a significant contribution to the world. Survival out-ruled significance. People experienced a sense of pointlessness. Who they were as individuals was not valued, instead objects carried more value than their life. People began to live in a state of schizophrenia where who they appeared to be was a long distance from who they truly were.

Of course the research took me to the other end of the scale where the parasites sucked life from the system. They drank the tax-payers blood. Those workers had to work harder, faster and more because there was someone lined up to take their place. Those who worked to pay bill after bill pushed themselves into heart attacks to pay their exorbitant mortgages which were ever on the increase. Self-destruction was customary in the non-caring system. An ethos which perpetuated the need to keep running on that treadmill until it became too fast and threw you off. The system was not fair and the structure did not work. It just needed the people to pay attention rather than avoid it. The power of ten people united was greater than one hundred individuals working alone.

            All the while, the political puppetry kept repeating the ventriloquist’s deceptive words: ‘positive change will happen in the future.’ Everyone kept chasing the golden carrot; it could never be reached because it neither existed in the now or in the future. It was simply a 22 catch-the-carrot illusion! Of course the mass conformed in response to the feeding of repetitious fear. There was no faith in society, progression or hope. Change was needed and change originated from crisis. Was it any surprise the research was rejected?

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