11 January 2016

Making Yourself A Winning Player For Liberty


Donald Trump, when asked about his tariff proposals, has famously said, "I'm for free trade, but you have to be smart." Many liberty lovers, when asked about politics, might similarly answer, "Down deep I don't like politics, but I have to be smart."

The freedom impulse inside all of us, easily understood when stated "live and let live," assumes we are all in this together, everyone's life affects everyone else's life. A quote attributed to Jesus Christ in modern day revelation states: "As long as a single slave remains to walk the earth, your release is not complete."

So as much as we might dislike the game of politics, the heroic nature inside all of us will not allow us to chicken out and forfeit the game. But as long as we're going to play the game, we would do well to make ourselves the best players ever, right?

It's time for liberty lovers to quit sabotaging their cause (really sabotaging everyone's true cause) by refusing to make themselves winning players. That's called "being smart." Vow to rise above the level of those liberty lovers who sabotage the cause of liberty. Vow to learn the following lessons which are absolutely necessary for liberty lovers to assure the success of their endeavors (links on side ->):

Lesson 1: "Whatever I really, really, REALLY want comes to me very quickly."
Lesson 2: "Nothing comes easily if I hold in my mind contradictory desires."
Lesson 3: "There is nothing I cannot do if I put my mind to it."
Lesson 4: "There is nothing I cannot do if my heart is in it fully."
Lesson 5: "My heart and mind are unbelievably creative ... when I am ready."
Lesson 6: "The achievement of my goals depends on feeling my spirit."
Lesson 7: "My inner peace gives me enormous power to achieve my goals."
Lesson 8: "I access my inner peace instead of emotions against my goals."
Lesson 9: "Only my thinking can take me out of peace."
Lesson 10: "As I stay in touch with my peace, I bring peace to the world."
Lesson 11: "Fear or thoughts of limitation cannot keep me down."
Lesson 12: "I choose to rise above fear, thus teaching freedom."
Lesson 13: "I replace fear with trust."
Lesson 14: "My joy brings me everything I have ever wanted."
Lesson 15: "Worrying damages my cause; my joy keeps me safe."
Lesson 16: "My safety lies not in defensiveness, but in joy."
Lesson 17: "My belief brings me what I really want."
Lesson 18: "In place of frustration or anger, I quickly substitute love."
Lesson 19: "My love gives me everything that is really important."
Lesson 20: "I see clearly we are all in this together."
Lesson 21: "I open to love by seeing things in a different light."
Lesson 22: "I enjoy experiencing my enemies as allies."
Lesson 23: "I see my enemies working for my success."
Lesson 24: "All things are working together for my good."
Lesson 25: "By letting go of guilt I teach freedom."
Lesson 26: "The future will bring far more good than I can imagine."
Lesson 27: "My inner voice guides me perfectly."
Lesson 28: "First things first creates the lasting."
Lesson 29: "I think of myself as a freedom zealot."
Lesson 30: "I see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil."
Lesson 31: "I emphasize areas of likely agreement."
Lesson 32: "I raise the world up from dictatorship."
Lesson 33: "I am serving the highest in the universe."
Lesson 34: "I release all resistance and all good rushes my way."
Lesson 35: "I campaign for non-retaliation and forgiveness."
Lesson 36: "I find ways to trick the trickster."
Lesson 37: "Nothing works like non-resistance."
Lesson 38: "There is nothing more powerful than an idea held in mind."
Lesson 39: "Liberty's light is the light of love."
Lesson 40: "I create liberty by joining with others."
Lesson 41: "I break the chains of bondage by listening inside."
Lesson 42: "Inner seeing shows me the way to freedom."
Lesson 43: "I plant positive associations in people's minds."
Lesson 44: "I experience invulnerability when I surrender outcomes."
Lesson 45: "I want nothing and gain everything."
Lesson 46: "I look inside for novel ways to sell liberty."
Lesson 47: "I make an offer which can't be refused."
Lesson 48: "My patience and common sense assure success."
Lesson 49: "I am in your service!"
Lesson 50: "I join Ayn Rand, educating spiritually!"
Lesson 51: "When I'm serving liberty I'm at my best!"
Lesson 52: "Yes!"



To understand the evil psychology of modern "liberal progressives," read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"






The device which more deeply prepares freedom lovers for success, A Course in Miracles , talks about our ultimate need to free ourselves from every kind of slavery:

"Freedom cannot be learned by tyranny of ANY kind, and the perfect equality of all cannot be recognized through the dominion of one will over another."




Available free of charge online:
Course in Political Miracles

12 September 2015

Helping Rand Paul Build The GOP Into A Liberty Party


Liberty lovers can easily discover all the usual political "tricks of the trade" by studying a number of highly successful political campaigns and analyzing what makes them successful. That is the way of political science.

But the purpose of this Course In Political Miracles is primarily to help liberty lovers evolve abilities and tools which other politicians or political activists or political science professors have not developed.

One of these very powerful tools is the practice of planting in people's minds a juxtaposition between a positive possibility for liberty and a positive possibility for them personally.

For example, one woman used every opportunity to say to everyone she ran into: "I heard that people who become Rand Paul supporters are experiencing honest-to-God miracles in their lives. It's incredible!"

People would sometimes respond, "Where did you hear that? What are you talking about?"

The woman would then avoid specifics, finding ways to immediately become distracted and put off answering. But in the mean time ... seed planted.

Two possibilities are now juxtaposed in the minds of her listeners. (1) A possibility the listeners could become Rand Paul supporters (which the woman would love). (2) A possibility the listeners could experience miracles (which the listeners would love).

Since ideas in mind associate with each other, this woman has literally caused an association in her listeners' minds between supporting Rand Paul and miracles.

"But that sounds almost like chicanery."

Yes ... almost ... until you look deeper. Since Rand Paul stands for political liberty and against any kind of disguised political dictatorship, the listeners who eventually act on this new mental association and become Rand Paul supporters actually will experience miracles.

"A miracle rearranges the order of perception, and places the levels [of perception] in their true perspective. A miracle is a beginning and an end. It thus abolishes time. It undoes the past in the present, and thus releases the future. Miracles honor man, they release him from a prison in which he has imprisoned himself. By freeing his mind from illusions, they restore his sanity."

Will a man becoming a Rand Paul supporter experience a change in perception, seeing things in a true perspective? Will his past be undone and his future released? Will he experience healing as he becomes newly in-touch with his innermost desire for freedom, and thus in-touch with his true nature? Will his illusions be dispelled and his sanity restored? All this will happen at least to some degree, wouldn't you say?

Until they actually become Rand Paul supporters, will the woman's listeners be able to shake the association out of their minds? Not easily. The way the mind works, there would have to be direct evidence to the contrary in order to completely wipe out the association.

Will her listeners feel a recurring niggling temptation to consider becoming a Rand Paul supporter just to see what happens? Definitely. A seed has been planted and the listener's subconscious mind will want to find out one way or another.

Will her listeners ever actually vote for Rand Paul? Yes, likely. To be associated, even in the slightest way, is to be associated. It would be hard for the listeners not to vote for Rand Paul at least once because somewhere in their subconscious minds is the muted thought "A few miracles would be nice."

If her listeners become even a little open-minded to supporting Rand Paul are there benefits to the liberty movement? You decide.

Rand Paul is like a shining knight charging up the hill to overthrow the old Republican establishment and reshape the Republican Party for liberty. The transformation of an extensive well-established political party takes time, and Rand will of course have more and more supporters as time goes on. But we can all help by planting some version of positive association in people's minds.

"Rand's work aligned....
And profit combined....
Thoughts held in mind....
Build after their kind."




The device which even more deeply prepares freedom lovers for success, A Course in Miracles , talks about our ultimate need to free ourselves from every kind of slavery:

You have been told to bring the darkness to the light, and guilt to holiness. And you have also been told that error must be corrected at its source. Therefore, it is the tiny part of your self, the little thought that seems split off and separate, that the Holy Spirit needs. The rest is fully in God's keeping, and needs no guide. But this wild and delusional thought needs help, because, in its delusions, it thinks it is the Son of God, whole and omnipotent, sole ruler of the kingdom it set apart to tyrannize by madness into obedience and slavery.




Also available free of charge online:
Course in Relationship Miracles



To understand the evil psychology of modern "liberal progressives," read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"





"God's laws will keep your minds at peace, because peace IS His Will, and His laws are established to uphold it. His are the laws of freedom, but yours are the laws of bondage. Since freedom and bondage are irreconcilable, their laws CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD TOGETHER. The laws of God work only for your good, and there ARE no other laws beside His. Everything else is merely lawLESS, and therefore chaotic." -Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles


11 August 2015

The ONE Issue Which Makes Rand Paul A Winner


Rand Paul can win the Republican nomination and the presidency by making only one offer. At the same time, there are seemingly endless offers that will not work.

Rand's early popularity came from his offer of a foreign policy of non-intervention. Such a policy was accepted by many Republicans and many non-Republicans who were tired of wars which boomerang on the United States.

Unfortunately it's too easy to view such a policy as unwillingness to help neighbors who are in trouble, or as weakness in national defense. Such an offer is too easy to reject, by too many.

Rand acted heroically in offering Americans loyal adherence to the Fourth Amendment in his fight against the Patriot Act's overreach. Again, as we saw, it was too easy for too many people to refuse Rand's offer, imagining home-grown terrorists will have smooth sailing if government agencies can't spy on U.S. citizens.

Let's suppose Rand Paul offered people marijuana. That wouldn't work either. There are too many people who have seen loved ones destroy lives with drugs. Rightly or wrongly these people say, "marijuana started it all." They would decline Rand's offer.

There must be something to offer which is so fundamentally necessary to the fullness of life that even if people reject it ... they could not really mean it. In other words, they could reject it on a surface ego level, but they would then be in conflict with their inner spirit.

There is only one such political offer: liberty, freedom.

People can say, "What in hell would I want to be free for!" But they cannot really mean it. Therein lies liberty's assurance of success.

Our spirit is free. Freedom is our inner state of being, our natural state of being. So if a man opts for something other than freedom, he is (probably unawares) in conflict with himself. Even if he loves dictatorship, he cannot love it 100%. Some percentage of himself deep inside wants freedom.

No one can fully, completely, 100% refuse his or her natural state of being. So all Rand has to do is offer freedom, and continue offering freedom, and never cease offering freedom.

It is the act of offering freedom which would really do the work of electing Rand Paul. Ronald Reagan offered freedom to the American public: "I want to give you back what America once had ... freedom!" Reagan said it loud and clear, and won elections by landslides.

Did people actually experience more freedom when Ronald Reagan was president? After all, the government continued to grow, taxes increased, and there was little perceptible movement toward more political freedom.

The answer is people did feel freer. They had voted for freedom. They had chosen the natural state of their spirit. Having so chosen, their predisposition was toward feeling more of their natural state regardless of conditions outside themselves. Whoever offers freedom, by virtue of the offer, ends up facilitating freedom. During the Reagan years many more people joined the liberty movement.

"That's all well and good," some will argue: "but candidates are expected to focus on more than one issue."

Okay ... so Rand Paul needs brutally honest self-evaluation, asking himself:

"What issues are my ego's favorites, and do my ego's favorite issues really awaken the desire for freedom in most other people?

"What am I offering? How clearly do my offers call upon people's natural desire for freedom? 

"What issues really do resonate with everyone's inner desire for freedom?"

To see the self-defeating effect of ego-issues one needs only look at the Libertarian Party.

During many recent elections, the Libertarian Party has clung to one of the weakest, most worthless self-defeating possible campaign themes. The one consistently publicized campaign issue favored by the party leadership was, "We offer an alternative to Republicans and Democrats."

Big deal! Joseph Stalin would be an alternative to Republicans and Democrats. Adolph Hitler would be an alternative to Republicans and Democrats. Not voting at all would be an alternative to Democrats and Republicans.

Yes, most Republicans and all Democrats truly have forgotten their source, but they too will someday remember that deep down below all the liberal-progressive ego insanity they are libertarians. To offer merely an alternative to Democrats and Republicans is to offer no clearly defined opening into people's deepest desires. Is it any wonder that most Libertarian candidates receive a very small percentage of the vote?

So elections are winnable for Rand Paul. But he does need to listen inside and allow his inner spiritual voice to tell him what he really needs to focus on, to give him a list of issues which just about everyone on a deep level will respond favorably to.

Rand needs to never forget that issues given by his inner voice are issues worth campaigning for because these are issues that are going to open people's inner desire for freedom.

Rand's inner voice has already told him: "Freedom cannot be learned by tyranny of ANY kind, and the perfect equality of all cannot be recognized through the dominion of one will over another."

Now Rand needs to never forget that by offering freedom he is making the only offer that cannot be totally 100% refused.



To understand the evil psychology of modern "liberal progressives," read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"





"God's laws will keep your minds at peace, because peace IS His Will, and His laws are established to uphold it. His are the laws of freedom, but yours are the laws of bondage. Since freedom and bondage are irreconcilable, their laws CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD TOGETHER. The laws of God work only for your good, and there ARE no other laws beside His. Everything else is merely lawLESS, and therefore chaotic." -Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles


15 July 2015

Coyote Campaigning Wakes People Up


Cartoonists have fun with the well-deserved reputation coyotes have for being tricky. When hunting, coyotes trick their prey. When being hunted, coyotes trick those who would dearly love to catch them. Coyote campaigning in politics "tricks" people into waking up. To illustrate, let's look at a possible coyote campaign to wake people up regarding taxation.

The truth that taxation (threatening your neighbor with a government whip and demanding money for your purposes) is immoral and criminal cannot be sold directly to the general public who have been carefully and thoroughly brainwashed to believe paying taxes is their "duty."

Only among people highly dedicated to reason can I even hope to be heard if I point out that taxation is extortion. If I campaign in public on the immorality of taxation, I will be crucified. Therefore, there has to be a winning indirect approach.

The answer is a coyote campaign: a campaign that causes the problem to be looked at without specifically attacking the problem. A coyote approach in this instance does not campaign against taxation, but campaigns against retaliation for taxation and in favor of forgiveness of tax advocates. "No retaliation for taxation!" "Forgive taxers, for they know not what they do!"

A coyote approach in this instance accomplishes the following:

(1) People would be at least subconsciously in rapport with the coyote campaign because their inner spirit responds positively to non-retaliation and forgiveness.

(2) Many people would suddenly ask themselves: "Why would taxers need forgiveness?" The answer awakens at least in some subconscious level of mind: "Because taxers must be hurting people, causing pain."

(3) Many people would suddenly give thought to the essence of taxation: extortion, threat of property confiscation, ultimately threat of force. The immorality of taxation would no longer be easy to hide.

(4) A possible future threat to freedom rising in the form of oppressive legislation and expansion of police-state power would be averted.

This fourth point needs explanation.

If liberal-progressives and their enablers have their way, taxes will continue to decimate paychecks, greater numbers of people will be impoverished or struggling financially, and more people than ever will be furious about taxes. A Robin Hood mindset might emerge. A charismatic leader might come along who says, "It's okay to coerce the coercers! Those who are taxed would be within their rights to tax the taxers! Politicians who steal from the people have no moral claim to immunity from theft of their own personal property!"

If such a leader were to convince even a few followers that it is heroic to become Robin Hoods, robbing from the taxers and giving to those taxed, it would not be long before we would see the spectacle of misguided vigilantes taking upon themselves a self-appointed mission of conducting midnight sneak attacks stealing the personal property of politicians who favor taxation and the personal property of those who call for assertive government programs requiring taxation.

Only a handful of such attacks would lead to the noisiest cry ever for more protection for politicians and those in cahoots with politicians. Such a resounding cry by politicians and their cohorts for protection would lead to more oppressive legislation and greater expansion of police-state powers than ever before.

The public already knows that pursuing "an eye for an eye" against politicians and others who vote for taxation (other than voting such politicians out of office) is not the way to go. Yet by noisily trumpeting the obvious, we stay in rapport with the public while yet inviting everyone to look deeper at the immorality of taxation itself. Which politicians would dare come after those campaigning long and loud against retaliation for taxation?

There are numerous aspects to conducting such a campaign.

Citizen's committees can be set up in cities all over the United States for the specific purpose of opposing retaliation for taxation. There can be thousands of letters to editors, and news media contacts, and social media expositions regarding "heading off at the pass" any tendency people have to begin retaliating against politicians who tax, or against people who favor taxation.

Freedom candidates themselves can campaign loudly and constantly against retaliation for taxation. No matter that it's never been an issue on anyone's mind. It gets people thinking.

Bumper stickers can be printed up stating: "No retaliation for taxation!" and "Forgive the taxers!"

Petitions can be circulated in shopping malls and outside libraries favoring: "Clemency for politicians and others who vote for taxes!"

Issue ads can be purchased with bold headlines stating: "Retaliation for taxation is not the answer!"

All tools of the trade of issue-oriented campaigning can and should be used.

If we think of politicians being the original tricksters by hoodwinking people into supporting their ways, coyote campaigning is seen as a fun can't-lose approach ... tricking the trickster.



To understand the evil psychology of modern "liberal progressives," read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"





"God's laws will keep your minds at peace, because peace IS His Will, and His laws are established to uphold it. His are the laws of freedom, but yours are the laws of bondage. Since freedom and bondage are irreconcilable, their laws CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD TOGETHER. The laws of God work only for your good, and there ARE no other laws beside His. Everything else is merely lawLESS, and therefore chaotic." -Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles