Freedom Earth is an online community dedicated to consciousness development and free living. Our goal is to raise awareness about the problems that face our world, and work toward establishing a more healthy, conscious, and connected society.
So what does all of that mean exactly? Let’s break it down.
Consciousness development is a term used to describe the study, practice, or process of achieving higher consciousness or spiritual enlightenment.
The Wikipedia entry for higher consciousness states:
Higher consciousness is generally regarded as a developed state of consciousness in which attention is improved, refined and enhanced—and aspects of the mind (such as thought, and perception) are transcended. It is considered thus to be a higher level of consciousness relative to ordinary consciousness, in the sense that a greater awareness of reality is achieved. In a secular context, higher consciousness is usually associated with exceptional control over one’s mind and will, intellectual and moral enlightenment, and profound personal growth. In a spiritual context, it may also be associated with transcendence, spiritual enlightenment, and union with the divine.
Free living can be described as simply living without restrictions. This can be in the form of financial independence, freedom of speech and self-expression, and free access to information, education, and resources.
What problems do we face in our world? Well, all you have to do is take one look at r/worldnews or any other global news source for that matter and you’ll see just how much suffering, injustice, and violence is occurring on the planet. Whether it’s a war in the Middle East, financial greed, destruction of the environment, or violation of human rights it’s all equally disturbing and part of the Big Problem that I will discuss later in this essay.
The last part of the mission statement says “working toward establishing a more healthy, conscious, and connected society,” and that means being of service to others in guiding them in their path of awakening to higher consciousness.
With greater awareness comes reconnection with natural human behavior, values, and abilities, or in other words, the more aware you are, the more in touch with your natural state you become, and that will reflect from your internal belief system out to your external appearance and lifestyle.
Let’s face it: Modern society has strayed from natural human behavior. The majority of our media is completely fear-based or negatively polarized and is designed to keep those who digest it locked in a primal state of being that has to do with base level desires and survival instincts. In other words, that pop song you’re listening to or action movie you’re watching keeps you locked in a state of fear, angst, or base level desire, radiating the seductive influences of sex, service to self, and greed, and just like that piece of chocolate cake or double cheeseburger on the menu, you know it’s not healthy for you to indulge it, but you can’t help yourself because it’s so damn seductive.
Well, of course it is! It’s purposefully designed that way so you’ll spend your time and money on it, but here’s what you have to remember: you always have a choice. You can never forget that. The controllers of capitalism depend on you being weak-minded enough to make bad decisions, but that doesn’t have to happen.
The bottom line is this: Your greatest ability is your power to choose, because the entire world is based on agreement. When enough people make the choice to stop energizing a particular idea, that idea ceases to exist. This can be applied to anything. It’s how fads come in and stay popular for a while and then die out. It’s how certain styles of clothing or music or art have their time and then fade out into history.
Your choices and collectively our choices are what perpetuate ignorance and all of the problems that we face as a society, but guess what? Just as we have the power to destroy through our choices, we also have the power to create. Obviously this is nothing new, but it is so important–it is everything. It’s what the forces behind the Big Problem depend on to keep them in power.
So what is the Big Problem, then? It’s not any other person or group. It’s really not the wars, violence, greed, or corruption. It’s the agents of fear, and particularly apathy. It’s the voice inside your head that says “I don’t care. I don’t want to. It’s not that important. Someone else will do it. I’m not qualified. I’m too young. I’m not smart enough,” etc. It’s the years of conditioning that you have undergone throughout your life that has disconnected you from your true nature and in its place installed a slave to capitalism and fear.
The system wasn’t designed to be self-empowering. The system was designed to breed a population of human beings with a built-in self-sabotaging mechanism so that they will self-police themselves and obey authority.
Because think about it: If you wanted to control the world, how could you possibly police billions of people on your own? Maybe with androids or something, but even that could be circumvented.
The best way to control an entire population is to program their minds to be self-sabotaging so that anytime they have thoughts of breaking free they will be reigned in by their own thoughts of fear and thus abandon their attempts.
This is further perpetuated by the rest of society also being programmed to self-police and self-sabotage so even if an individual is powerful enough to circumvent his or her own programming, there is a second line of defense in his or her family, friends, and community, followed by a third line of defense in the media to make absolutely sure any thoughts of freedom are abandoned and the system is reinforced.
Unfortunately, the first line of defense, self-sabotage, is usually enough, thus making each individual his or her own worst enemy, forced with the need to conform in order to feel secure. As one goes through the process of awakening, the power of self-expression is gradually restored, and the system’s lines of defense become powerless. That is why “they”, as in the conscious perpetuators of the system, work so hard to keep people asleep. An awakened populace would easily overpower the controllers and destroy the system, so they use tactics of manipulation to keep people disconnected.
These tactics of manipulation involve switching out natural concepts with synthetic/corrupt ones. This involves every aspect of life, including food that is genetically modified; water that is fluoridated; information that is either filtered for a particular agenda or hidden; education that puts children into demoralizing prison-like schools; colleges that are institutions of debt; trade that is based on fiat currency with no intrinsic value; government that doesn’t serve the people, only the corporations; entertainment that is propaganda; and so on. The entire purpose of this bait and switch is to create a thought-based synthetic reality that can easily be controlled, or in other words, substitute a natural lifestyle with an artificial one to keep people disconnected from nature and their full potential.
So what is a natural lifestyle? What is natural human behavior? I’ve talked a lot about this scheme to disconnect people from nature, but what does that actually mean?
To be natural is to be unmanipulated, pure, or organic. Fear is not a natural way of being–it is learned and conditioned through one’s experiences. It is commonly believed that human nature is cruel, but that is another deception. Are babies cruel? Do they have any type of agenda? No, they just act naturally as their biology tells them to. It is only when we grow up and learn certain types of behavior from our environment and then mimic it that it becomes accessible to us.
That is why it is so vital for the controllers to immerse as many people as possible in a synthetic environment. Human beings become disconnected in synthetic environments because they are more dense and thus purity of thought is much more difficult to achieve.
Think about it: Just by being in houses and offices we literally put walls between us and the natural world, so of course it’s more difficult to transmit and receive universal knowledge without the aid of our power source: the elements of nature.
Another tactic of manipulation that is used to disempower people is the illusion of time. Someone who lives in the woods without an instrument of time would only follow time according to the movement of the sun, and thus would not be under the same state of control as someone who is always following the clock.
This conditioned focus, obsession, and addiction to time also takes people out of the present moment which is where the power of creation lies. You can only create in the present moment, not in the past or future, but due to our obsession with time, we very commonly focus our minds on the past and future, thus living in a perpetual state of “the grass is always greener on the other side.” We’re programmed to always want to be somewhere else other than where we are right now, and that is completely disempowering and leads to depression, anxiousness, and anxiety.
Have you noticed when you’re in a natural environment like when you go hiking or camping you’re not so uptight, and are much more mentally healthy and have a much greater ability to create (and procreate)? It’s only logical that an organic being would be much more powerful and potent in its natural environment, and that includes the physical and mental characteristics of the environment that it’s in.
So now that we’ve discussed the Big Problem of apathy and how we’ve been conditioned to give our power away to the system and sabotage ourselves, let’s talk about the solution.
First off, let’s go back to the previous topic of consciousness development. We are all here going through this process of development on a micro scale, and the force that drives this process is the cycle of alchemy. Alchemy involves the transformation of matter, and of course the classic example is converting base metals into gold. What I’m going to talk about is the aspect of alchemy involving the transformation of consciousness.
Here’s an example: When you first start riding a bike, it’s difficult. It’s hard to stay balanced, and you’re afraid of falling off. At this point in your development of riding a bike, you are still unconscious of your ability to ride a bike well, and your potential is unfulfilled.
But as you keep trying day after day, and you ride with your friends or siblings who are better than you, you see firsthand how they ride the bike without fear, and you realize you’re no different than them. They just have more practice, thus more experience and confidence. So you keep riding and riding until you’re not even thinking about riding anymore, you’re just doing it effortlessly, and soon enough you’re just as good as the others.
So what happened? Did some miracle occur that allowed you to just one day ride a bike? No, you simply realized your natural ability through the practice of doing it, and thus your ability to do it became real for you. You transformed your belief of “I’m not good at this” to “This is easy!” but here’s the question: If you had simply realized your ability immediately, would you have been able to ride the bike right away? Yes, you would have, but due to the density of consciousness that we live in, we have been disconnected from our creative abilities, so it takes much more “time” to practice in order to realize it.
Your abilities are always limited to the perception of your capabilities, and that is always based on experience, because you can only know something is possible once you’ve received sufficient proof that it’s real for you. In other words, reality will always be equivalent to what you believe is real.
So how this ties in to the solution is like this: Your thoughts and choices create your reality. The greater the focus of your thoughts, the quicker you will be able to manifest them into reality. The practice of projecting your thoughts into reality is called the Science of Imagery. The Science of Imagery is how the world is created–it’s the practice that the controllers use to project and manifest their plans of world domination.
But guess what? We have the ability to use it too, and for good. We can manifest the world that we want to live in by projecting our visions of freedom and prosperity into the universe as focused and powerfully as possible. It’s absolutely no different than the alchemy used in “learning” how to ride a bike (which is actually realizing—you knew all along, but you just weren’t conscious of it), but on a grander scale.
In any way that makes sense and is fun for you, you can project your vision through painting, speaking, writing, filmmaking, storytelling, whatever you enjoy doing. That is how creation works, and the most powerful visions are the ones that have the greatest impact on the world. Movies that reach millions of people have the biggest influence on consciousness and thus consensus reality, which is why the controllers use the media to project their propaganda.
You have the power of choice to decide which ideas you want to exist in your reality, and thus consensus reality, by deciding to tune them in or not. The same goes for the mental, physical, and emotional diet you keep. Opting in to eat at McDonald’s keeps that concept alive in reality, just as opting in to trash television shows keeps that crap on the air.
It is only through discernment and self-control that this reality will change, and it’s within the power of each one of us to decide our scale of impact. Just making healthy choices in your own life ripples out to others and influences their consciousness, and while it may not be perceived as easy to change your habits, it is possible. I know it is, because I have done it myself, and if I can do it, so can you!
So my suggestion is to start small and expand as you go. Make lists and reminders and affirmations to help you. Redesign your office or your bedroom, try out some new music, watch a nature or science documentary instead of a sitcom. Make a single piece of art everyday or write a short poem or send an uplifting email to someone you care about.
Start small, and you’ll develop the new habits over time. Don’t try to do it all in one day. That is how you change your life, and that is how you change the world. One moment, one choice at a time.