Right now I’m contemplating what might an economy look like that instead of focusing on securing the future needs for some, it cared about meeting the current needs for all?
Involuntary slavery is one of the worst forms of the disease of Separation, Forgetting and Victimhood, the three main shadow aspects of the collective.
Do you ever wonder about the purpose of life? Why are we all here and what are we doing with our lives?
We live in an unprecedented time full of amazing opportunities on the one hand and terrible catastrophes on the other. But for the typical person working a 9-to-5 job (or more likely a 12 hour shift these days), it is likely that neither of these possibilities even registers on their mind.
So many people are simply concerned with the business of surviving, finding a job, paying the mortgage, raising their children, and finding what little time there is left to de-stress from it all. Despite all of the labor-saving devices that were supposed to usher in an Age of Leisure, people seem to be working harder today than ever before. On top of that we are facing an unprecedented medical tyranny, and a financial meltdown looming.
On the most basic economic level, there are two distinct classes of people – a select few that have the ability to live truly free lives with absolute sovereignty over their time while most other people must trade their labor or time – which can also be called their life – for the means to survive or to earn a living.
Why do we need to earn a living, anyway?
Isn’t your labor nothing more than your life’s energy? Isn’t it the same life from which you hope to fulfill your dreams, raise your family, and explore the fantastic experience of being alive?
When we trade our life and our precious time and energy, what we get in return ought to be worth something, not just a few dollars to pay the bills and some benefits and privileges.
There is another name for a living being with a status of a bonded surety to a bankrupt franchise, without standing and capacity and without sovereignty over his/her own time. We call them slaves, slaves within the Matrix of Control.
Up until just a few centuries ago, the elite were actually allowed to legally own other people. For example, in ancient Rome it was estimated that 35 to 40 percent of the population were slaves.
Today, involuntary slavery has, for the most part, been legally abolished, but life on earth may actually be worse for the vast majority of the working class; they are subject to voluntary slavery. Are you aware that your status is that of a voluntary slave?
What’s the solution? How can we create a life with Peace and Sovereign Integrity? Who are you? Why are you here?
In Peace and Trust
Rolf Krahnert. ConsciousLiving Coach, Guide and Mentor for Transformational Processes.