Now is the Time

So, you say you want a revolution?

As we awaken to the truth of the fabricated matrix we have been living in, many of us have been calling for a revolution: an involution, a renegade, a shift, or as I like to call it, a lovelution. We began to hypothetically ponder on what this shift would look like and what the new paradigm it would bring would look like.

That time is here. This is what a paradigm shift looks like.

The great awakening of humanity is upon us. We can see it, we can feel it, and those of us who dare not only believe it but know it to be true. It is no longer hypothetical. This is exciting as it opens up a whole new spectrum of possibilities.

For the question is no longer how to initiate this great change take place but rather, where are we going in this great change? What do we seek to create? How will we as individuals contribute our own piece of the puzzle to this grand time? These are the questions for us to really begin exploring and answering in the way that we live our lives.

There are many grand reasons for why this change is taking place right now. Perhaps the most exciting one has to do with the fact that the individual is finally able to deprogram from the false belief systems we have been conditioned to believe about ourselves: who we really are, our abilities, and our connection to the intelligent universe that we live in. There is a great remembering happening of how powerful we really are as an individual, and as a community of individuals.

The truth about human beings is that we are creators of our reality. We always have been. The difference between the old paradigm and the new one is that we were using our creative abilities mostly unconsciously, for we were programmed for not only self-sabotage but the creation of a false matrix whereas now as we become conscious of our abilities, we can deprogram this and re-program what WE choose to experience, and we can use this information to consciously change not only our own personal lives, but to influence the entire world around us. We really do have this power, we always have.

In agorism, it is not about fighting the old as much as it is about building the new, because that is how the wise really get things done. This principle applies to our energy as well: as we learn to concentrate what we want to create more than what we no longer want to create, we WILL see this reflect in the outer world.

That being said, as conscious creators of the new paradigm, we use our energy to positively influence our own lives and the world around us, leaving a greater energetic imprint than we may realize just by thoughts and feelings we CHOOSE (what vibrations you hold) to cultivate within ourselves.

As I said in my last video, that is why it is actually very important for us to realize and let go of the false, self-defeating programming of pessimism, nihilism, powerlessness, weakness, and so on… for it creates a self-fulfilling failure and it is not realistic. In other words, the only reality it has is the reality WE choose to believe and then create through our own actions and contributions to the collective human field.

So instead of cultivating these low self-fulfilling vibrations, we cultivate HIGH self-fulfilling vibrations. We DO visualize the world we want to see, even if it isn’t here right this second, and that we feel true excitement and belief about not only our ability to create but about our creations themselves. This means daring to visualize the change you wish to see and BELIEVE in its reality, engage in it, feel encouraged because the vision of a free, peaceful humanity IS real, despite what we have been programmed to believe by those who don’t want it to be real.

As conscious creators, we must not be afraid to believe in ourselves, our ability, and what we create with our own awareness because this is going to perpetuate this ongoing momentum for a great change in the collective mind: the mind where all the true power lies. We have the real ability to create a more positive timeline.

That being said, if we want to be creators that are both powerful and consistent in our principles of freedom, peace, and liberty for all, self-discovery is an indispensable tool. For creating a vision for a better world will require that those creating have true wisdom, knowledge, humility, compassion, harmony, and love. These are not just words, these are real forces within us that are going to manifest this beautiful dream. For we are the pioneers of this dream; we are the transitioners between the two paradigms, and so we cannot be morally weak or ignorant if we seek to do this.

What are Going to Create?

So going back to the question, what are we going to do? When you realize the question is no longer hypothetical but very real, what do you plan on doing for your own piece of this grand puzzle? These are ideas I have that anyone can participate in.

The first idea, as I’ve said already, is evolve yourself. De-program from a matrix that is not only disempowering and fatal to the human soul, but completely artificially fabricated and begin to program in your own mind the vibrations you want to be and emanate: peace, wisdom, truth, love, intelligence, intuition, innovation, etc. That is the responsibility of a conscious creator.

Another idea I believe is important to begin to evaluate the vision of community building on small and large levels. This is the art of how we are going to live together in harmony. This is something we all can do, for we all have something to contribute to the new paradigm from all walks of life.

To clarify and affirm, learning to build new communities on principles of harmony, voluntaryism, and efficiency is not hypothetical, it never was and certainly isn’t now. Rather it is a very feasible and important action in a world where people really are starting to question and reject the system we live in now. You can see that people are beginning to reject this system more than ever. But as pioneers of the new paradigm, this takes us back to the idea that we must put much focus on building the new.

For what would happen if the federal system was to completely collapse right now? As relieving as that would be, if there was such little wisdom or education of any other kind of order for us to live together, it would be quite chaotic and quite possibly could descend right back into the same system or worse.

To make this transition better, we can put effort into building local communities up now. For this will demonstrate and educate more than words alone ever could. It is important that more people are educated on building voluntary community, and what better way than to be able to present real life models of voluntary governances. The art of building prosperous and peaceful communities is one that we all have much to learn about, as it is a rather foreign concept to a race that has been enslaved in violent and forced governances for so long.

That said, there are many resources and ideas available on how to begin this effort and in fact it has already begun on both small and grand scales. There already is a market of voluntary governances around the world, for those who look. Before I describe some examples, I believe it is again worth mentioning the importance of wisdom in this endeavor. For too long, anarchists have succumbed to the dividing “black or white” mentality that I feel holds many back.

In the market of voluntary governance, there will be a variety of many different ideas, policies, practices, laws, agreements, and so on. There will never be one way: it is a MARKET and different people will resonate with different ways of living together. There is nothing wrong with that. There must be a freedom for people to create and experiment with different ways of doing things, for that is natural and it will also lead to a system of figuring out the best ways to build community. We learn from the failed models as much as the successful ones. Again, it is a market. The most important principle in the societies of the new paradigm is that participation is completely voluntary and interactions between people and those creating/leading the communities are voluntary, and that individuals are free to leave any time and find one that suits them better.

For example on a large scale, we can find many examples of competitive governance from the startup societies foundation, which finds, studies, connects, and promotes startup socieities all over the world. There are private cities, eco-villages, special economic zones, micro-nations, seasteads, communes, all kinds of ideas. Furthermore, they all have different policies, ranging from very anarcho-capitalist to even socialist. Though I don’t agree with socialism, I have nothing against a community that includes social welfare policies in their system so long as it is voluntary among those living there. What could be better than testing out these ideas in community of people that voluntarily choose to use them, ultimately demonstrating in real life whether or not these ideas could ever work or not?

This is also happening on a small scale in many localities, and is more suitable for most of us. Derrick has mentioned freedom cells and how to begin building your own.

There are many ways for you to build and connect your community, and do not underestimate the power in simple and small acts in bringing people together: whether it be a small town, a city, your neighbors, your family, your loved ones, people in the same niche as you, and so on. The simple act of baking the old lady next door a cake is more effective than voting in a ballot, let alone sitting in your house seething about the lack of community you have. This is what I’m talking about. Because small acts of kindness like these, when repeated by millions of people billions of times, is what is really going to change the world. It is in the hands of the people, and it always has been. A small group of dominating parasites means absolutely nothing when we don’t believe in them anymore, for the true root of power has always been psychological. As we can align with our true selves, raise our vibration, spread it to others, and connect to those around us we are doing meaningful work in building the new paradigm. For we will awaken to the truth, on a mass level eventually, that we can live together peacefully and effectively, without the use of violence.

We are actualizing this shift. All it takes is for more individuals to do their little piece of the puzzle. We are creators, we can visualize this and act to create this. We already are, and the momentum is growing, so feel it! Be inspired! We are the visionaries, the renegades, the pioneers, the crazy truthers, the dreamers, and so on, changing the status quo that has enslaved our people. Don’t be ashamed of it for it is beautiful. And it is REAL: the more you put your energy into building this, the more reality it will take, and with so many more minds opening to it the momentum is exponential.


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One Response

  1. David Malcolm Currie

    You mentioned the various models of governance which could be experimented with, but as I see it, we already have the only model that makes sense. The cooperative model is proven to work, when the seven cooperative principles are followed. Cooperatives in the USA began over 100 years ago. There are several types of cooperative which can be used, depending on the intended use, which includes; government, banking, education, healthcare, manufacturing, etc. Here in Portland Oregon we have something called the “Village Building Convergence”, which is a yearly ten day festival of community building.

    I enjoyed your presentation, and agree with everything you said, except I believe the cooperative model is the only one that makes sense. Cooperation with love, and the golden rule, should be the foundation of our new world. As for the homeless problem, which is getting horrendous – organic farms outside population centers are the only solution that makes sense. Low cost housing can be built near the organic farms, and then homeless people will have a place to live AND an occupation, while also producing the food we all need. That would solve both the homeless and hunger problems.


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