When I started writing this blog seven years ago I thought that I would not write anything related to politics. In the early 2000s, I was so frustrated with the politicians at home and abroad that I did not want to waste my time by following the insanity that radio and television broadcast every day. My purpose was to focus on spiritual growth and rehabilitation and write about things that felt good.

However, over the years, I have had a compelling need to speak about day-to-day politics. A part of me would like to believe that when we talk about things and find compromises, we will eventually find a satisfactory solution to problems. Our entire education system is based on this: we are conditioned to think that by studying the creations and processes of others and observing the mistakes of others, we learn to avoid them and work better with each other.

As I write about distressing things I have been able to clarify my position to them and despite the confusing starting point I have found an angle that satisfies me. During the past year, however, I have felt increasingly frustrated, as this pondering does not seem to lead anywhere. It just splits my own energy. Abraham (Hicks), who is a collective consciousness and infinite intelligence in eternity guiding humanity outside of the physical world, says that as we focus on observing the finite, physical world, which in broader perspective is energy vibrating in different frequencies, our own vibrational frequency lowers according to the subject we are observing.

Our research can have a good effect, if we succeed in defining more clearly what we want and what we do not want, which subsequently increases the vibration of our energy. However, during the process, we may be exposed to manipulation and will no longer do what we want, but what others want from us.

Abraham thinks that it would be best that we always do what our real self wants. We do not need to research existing structures and try to change them, but we can start from scratch and focus on our own creations. Most people want to be constructive with the goal of improving their own and others’ well-being. However, it is evident that different agendas are at the core of world politics and their intention is not to increase the well-being of the planet and humans, but to shore up the political and economic influence of world leaders.

Free will is one of the most important laws in the universe, and of course I do not say that humans should not have their own agendas. I’m just saying that I don’t have to let these agendas confuse my mind and bring me out of focus. I do not even need to see how these agendas erode the foundations of the well-being of our societies, which are based on mutual trust and common sense. I can direct my undivided attention to my inner being and focus on what I find meaningful.

Are You Allowing Your Inner Being Guide Your Life?

The reason why it is so easy for the negative forces of the world to manipulate people to accomplish goals that are an insult to every person, who uses his/her own brains is because most people live at the level of ego consciousness. Our decision-makers try to solve problems by observing the physical world, looking for compromises.

The conception of secular people of creativity and creation is based on the physical world observed by the 5 senses. People, especially in Western democracies, think that by being liberal and tolerant of everyone and everything, our own creative power will grow exponentially. Abraham says this is an illusion. Tolerance is the Alfa and Omega, but it is about allowing our inner being to direct our lives. If we live at the level of ego awareness, tolerance will only add to the chaos.

Golden Rule

To see things in a broader perspective, we need to rise above time and space. We have a physical body, but first and foremost we are vibrational beings. The energies vibrating at the same frequencies attract each other. Therefore, it is very important that we pay attention to our being, that is, what kind of energy we radiate outwards.

This thought, which underlies the golden rule, is the basic idea of every religion. However, many associate the teachings of spiritual leaders with a specific person and think that the teachings are their own ideas. But true spiritual leaders do not operate at the level of ego consciousness. They are connected to their inner being and thus to the consciousness of the universe, and they express their inner world. Their teachings conceal the principles of the divine energy field, which operates under the Law of Attraction.

Thus, the golden rule of “treat others as you would like them to treat yourself” is not just a recommendation and a guidance in life. It is one of the secrets of success, and it incorporates the basic idea of the Law of Attraction that we attract the same kind of energy as we send into our environment. People close to you (mostly) mirror what they get to experience. In common language: You reap what you sow.

In Western democracies, the golden rule is only half implemented: Others must treat me the way I want them to treat myself. People imagine that the Law of Attraction makes an exception for them. People live in an illusion that because of democracy, we have the freedom to say anything and do anything, regardless of the consequences. Because people do not want to take responsibility for their lives, the Declaration of Human Rights that was originally created to ease cooperation between people and resolve disputes, is used to repeal the Law of Attraction by human legislation. People, who have digested the golden rule naturally attract what they want. Respect for human rights is most strongly demanded by people, who have no intent of respecting the rights of others.

The Destructive Effect of Ego-Awareness

When the law protects criminals, it is no wonder that “democratic” societies around the world are decaying from within. In decision-making positions are placed persons, who are the “path of least resistance” for higher decision-making bodies, that means people, who can most easily be manipulated. Corruption is rampant. Societies burn their candles at both ends.

Officially, societies fight against crime, but in many countries, prison facilities are privately owned and aimed at making profits for their owners. By “appropriate” legislation, state governments ensure that these institutions have enough clients (prisoners) and the people live in misery. The sexual abuse of children is widely condemned, but the rich and influential maintain their own paedophile rings to blackmail one another.

Officially, the health care system is designed to protect public health, but the pharmaceutical industry is in the hands of private actors, whose interest is to keep people as sick as possible and prevent the development of effective treatments, thereby guaranteeing maximum profits for owners. Climate alarmists’ propaganda focuses on reducing carbon dioxide emissions and it has been made question of destiny, but at the same time, major consumers of soft drinks, mineral waters and sparkling wines around the world drink hundreds of liters of carbonated drinks each year.

The contradiction in the thinking of people living in ego-consciousness is visible at every level of social life. However, everyone wants prosperity and economic growth. It is strived for by lowering the well-being of disadvantaged people and strengthening the position of the rich. In what way is it sustainable development to cut people’s resources that keep the wheels of society going?

Economic Growth Requires Spiritual Growth

Abraham, whose teachings have sparked a kind of thinking revolution in the world, says that wealth is always a sign that a person / community has raised their vibration of energy to a frequency that has attracted wealth. Raising the vibrational frequency requires the expansion of consciousness, which at its best is spiritual growth. However, I think that wealth says nothing about spiritual growth in general, because we know that robbers, traitors and swindlers can also get rich. Prosperity, and especially the maintenance of prosperity, may be an indication that a person / community is under the control of higher powers, but it may also be an indication of sheer exploitation. It is pure exploitation, if someone gets rich by exploiting the good faith and trust of subordinates.

Humans can deceive each other, but they cannot deceive the divine energy field that operates under the Law of Attraction. Therefore, for example, those who have suddenly become wealthy usually lose their possessions before they even realize it, because they do not have the ability to maintain the high vibrational frequency of their energy, which is what wealth requires.

At the level of ego consciousness, man is conditioned to think that we are physical beings and that our strength lies in being able to perceive this limited world and our reality through the five sense organs better than others, which is why competition is the core of our societies. We focus on what we can observe with five sense organs. We do not see that because we are vibrational beings, each of us attract him-/herself all own experiences according to the Law of Attraction. Practically this means that we do not take responsibility for our actions. If something goes wrong we will usually blame other people.

If we were to acknowledge our position as part of the divine energy field that operates under the Law of Attraction and that the energy we radiate outwards attracts the same kind of energy, we would understand our true individuality. We would not do to others anything we would not want to experience ourselves, for we are all inseparable.

However, from the angle of a person living at the level of ego consciousness, individuality differentiates and separates people from one another. In Western democracies that emphasize individuality, this causes more and more chaos and societies decay from within. Growth has almost come to a halt and attempts are being made to bring in the West populations from developing countries and western so called democracies are abandoning their own customs, traditions and citizens’ needs.

At the same time, Eastern societies, where community and family have priority over the individual, are growing at an enormous rate. The clearest example of this is Singapore, which in a few decades has grown to become one of the world’s economic powers, despite the fact that this island state has a total area of less than 1000 km² and is not rich in natural resources. It has a population of 5.6 million, which generates a greater GDP than Finland, which is well over 300,000 km². Historically, Singapore has been known for resilience, political integrity and administrative stability.

My experience of Singapore is based on Wikipedia and Youtube videos. My first Chinese teacher in Germany came from Singapore. What I write here is based on my own conclusions.

Given the small size of Singapore and the determination of the government to ensure the safety of its citizens, it has developed no culture of pampering criminals. Discipline is maintained by strict legislation. Criminals cannot invoke their human rights and escape punishment after being caught for breaking common rules. Nobody’s human right is to harm their neighbors and the community, but to act to promote common goals. Singapore is closest to my perception of a civilized dictatorship. It maintains the most productive environment for ordinary citizens, and does not disproportionately waste energy and resources in fighting negative forces and repairing the damage they cause.

Particularly in Western democracies, where condemnation and criticism of everything is increasingly prohibited, it is difficult to find a constructive approach. Democracy is traditionally a social model where the most popular viewpoint and approach wins. However, this is no longer the case and democracies have become dictatorships of minorities. However, we still have the right to defend ourselves, to some extent. The Law of Attraction works anyway. We must define clearly what we want. Abraham says that in the past centuries, no one has deprived people of the knowledge of the Law of Attraction. People have not been prepared to receive the information. We now have the prerequisites for digesting information about the Law of Attraction. One of the most important things is that we create, what our thoughts are focused on.

So we do not have to judge anything or anyone, but we can focus our undivided attention on our inner being and what we want to create. Just as individuals need to be consistent in their actions, focus on their goals and become sensitized and resilient in order to maintain a high vibrational frequency, societies need to organize their activities consistently to create an environment for citizens to enable them to act productively.


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