Thursday, January 24th, 2013
- Rarely have people been disappointed so early as they are this year in 2013
- “Everybody’s taxes will be going up.”
- People are living in an environment of fear and loss
- Fear of losing your zest or passion for life
Traditionally people are optimistic at the beginning of a new year. Rarely have people been disappointed so early as they are this year in 2013. What are they disappointed about?Continue reading »
Monday, December 24th, 2012
- This fear environment has led to instability and unrest around the world
- Fear is potential pain that could happen and is many times brought about through manipulation
- The people who do these things or cause them to happen are psychopaths motivated by greed, power and control
- Most of these events that result in fear come about by attacking people’s high-level needs and beliefs
- People assume that consciousness is something that’s universal
- There is a small portion of the population who are these psychopaths
- This is the psychopaths advantage
An Environment of Fear has been created. This fear environment has led to instability and unrest around the world. People just didn’t decide to live in an environment of fear, they were set up and manipulated into it. Fear is a great controller.
Fear is potential pain that could happen and is many times brought about through manipulation. It hasn’t happened yet, but there is the potential of something bad happening, so people become fearful. Also, unconscionable events create fear. The people who cause these events to happen are not restrained by morality. They will do anything to instill fear. These events they perpetrate are strikingly unfair or unjust and most likely horrifying.
The people who do these things or cause them to happen are psychopaths motivated by greed, power and control. The events they create are crimes to achieve a goal, most likely that goal is control and power since they are already wealthy beyond imagination.
Saturday, November 24th, 2012
- Systems are at breaking points or having band-aid situations put in place
- Neither political party will ever cave in and stop spending
- Next year will come a run on the banks
- High-dollar depositors will quickly withdraw their money from their accounts.
- States and municipalities will continue to go bankrupt
- The “Black Friday” riots are just one example of what’s to come
- The media focuses on what the Republicans should have done
- If you are not prepared and believe someone is coming to help you
The world is experiencing an environment of shaky underpinnings. Everything seems to be held together by a thread.
Systems are at breaking points or having band-aid situations put in place in order to string the deteriorating situations along awhile longer. This environment is most obvious in the financial world. Huge amounts of debt and spending will never stop.
In America, one political party won’t give up a dollar of military spending while the other party won’t give up a dollar of spending on welfare programs. Neither political party will ever cave in and stop spending. It will only come to an end when there’s no money left to spend and the crisis gets out of hand.
Raising taxes on the rich by any amount or cutting spending by that amount will never address the huge fiscal imbalance that exists. Next year will come a run on the banks when the FDIC stops insuring 100 percent of all accounts in order to limit their exposure to $250,000 starting January 1, 2013.
High-dollar depositors will quickly withdraw their money from their accounts. This will hurt the banks as trillions of dollars in deposits leave. Continue reading »
Monday, October 22nd, 2012
- There’s currently a hostile financial environment in the world
- Any hostile environment contains entities within it that cannot be trusted
- Sometimes a person is just trying to improve their life and go with the flow
- What’s the solution to any type of hostile environment?
What is a hostile environment? Usually you hear about a hostile work environment, but it can also be a hostile political environment, or relationship environment, how about a hostile economic environment or a hostile health environment or family environment? When you have a hostile environment of any kind, you are in the middle of repeated actions that harass you or put you at a disadvantage. For example, in the work place it could be sexual harassment or racial harassment. The key is that you have to be in a protected class to be considered discriminated against. If your aren’t in a protected class, you could still be in a hostile environment and couldn’t do anything about it. The political campaigns are a hostile environment with each politician going after their opponent with malicious intent and then the other reciprocates, creating a hostile environment. There’s currently a hostile financial environment in the world. People also endure hostile relationships and don’t get out of them. Your health could become a hostile environment; compromised by damage caused by pharmaceuticals, botched procedures, or misdiagnosis. How about going to the hospital to get cured and contracting a staph infection and dying? There’s a hostile health environment in hospitals. There are many examples that cause these intolerable situations to occur and the result is a hostile environment.Continue reading »
Monday, September 24th, 2012
- What type of environment produces the best ideas?
- It is the environment you purposefully create around you that influences creativity
- What puts you into the creative environment or space?
- Do you find you are most creative at night or early morning?
What type of environment produces the best ideas? You hear people talk about a creative environment. People advertise for people to work in their creative environment. Stop and think where are you when you feel most creative – is it in a cubical at some company, or is it while you’re driving, or in the shower, or when you are outdoors exercising, or walking in nature, or when you awaken from a dream you remembered?
We would say that it’s not the actual physical environment itself although it contributes, but it is the environment you purposefully create around you that influences creativity. If you are a creative writer where do you get your best ideas – are you indoors or outdoors, where are you sitting, at a desk or in a lawn chair or on the grass? Continue reading »
Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012
- People and weather are both doing some very radical things
- People are experiencing a drought – a spending drought
- Less consumerism and more unemployment
- It’s the new environment of non-spending
- What do these people know that you don’t about your current economic environment?
You are witnessing a very different and changing environment, both for people and the weather. People and weather are both doing some very radical things. The weather is remaining very dry and hot around the world with not much relief in sight in the future. That relief could come with severe rains like those experienced in Colorado, Las Vegas, Arizona and several other places where torrents of rain came down quickly filling the streets like a flash flood. Also, the storms gearing up that we predicted in a previous session will start hitting the U.S, and Mexico between now and mid-September.Continue reading »
Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
- Your environment is not to be confused with the air you breathe
- Let’s look at your work environment
- How about your living environment?
- It takes time to adjust to new environments
- All your environments are like concentric circles
- When you change your environments you change your life
Whether you know it or not your environment shapes you in many ways. Your environment is not to be confused with the air you breathe, but it’s the occurrences happening all around you throughout your life. Your environment shapes the way you feel, think, talk, dress and act. It is these environmental occurrences that mold you into who you are.
Let’s look at your work environment. Do you work all day in a stuffy, crowded office cubical environment? How does this effect your work? Let’s say you are a writer or a researcher in this office. Suppose you moved and did your work from a beautiful beach with a laptop? Would you feel different about your work?Continue reading »
Saturday, June 23rd, 2012
- Europe is moving toward a dictatorial environment
- Everyday there’s talk of bailouts for banks in different countries
- European countries to be in debt over their heads
- Manipulators of the markets want bailouts to look like they’re working
- Make Europe one giant country
- We predict this dictator will come from…
Europe is moving toward a dictatorial environment. Already you’ve seen non-elected people put into place in governments running the countries and the European banks. The EU and the international lenders are dictating who will run countries. This has already happened in Italy and Italy is just the first.
Everyday there’s talk of bailouts for banks in different countries, Spain’s banks have been in the news lately. The government said that the banks need a bailout. Spain’s banks needed 19 billion Euros at first. If a bank needs 19 billion Euros and the country or government is solvent, that’s not a lot of money and any country should be able to come up with that much bailout their banks. Then, Spanish banks needed 45 billion Euros…more than double. Do governments even know how bad the condition of their banks is? Banks in the U.S. got bailouts and the money came from taxpayers. But if a country’s government is insolvent also, they can’t bailout their banks and they have to go borrow money from central bankers and international lenders. Also, countries try to sell their debt, but high yields offered will bury the country in more debt. When it comes time to pay, investors or banks that bought the debt will be pushed to the end of the line as all international banks and central banks will get paid first.Continue reading »
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012
- Everything you hear is biased and slanted
- A very small hand-full of companies own everything you read in print
- The movie industry and video game industries encourage killing
- Everything is there to distract you from what’s really happening
- You are kept in a cage with imaginary bars Continue reading »
Saturday, April 21st, 2012
- How things are connected and environments compliment each other
- Man wants things now
- How you develop from childhood as a person is dependent on society
There are many types of environments and what they have in common is that they are all interdependent. There’s the physical environment, the biological environment and the cultural environment. The physical environment is what people think about the most when they hear the word “environment.” It’s what’s all around you – it’s the weather, the air, it’s nature, the atmosphere, the ground, water and all things that affect living things around the world. When someone says you need to “protect the environment” this means to do your part to take care of the things you need to both survive and enjoy life. The land provides nutrients for things to grow that you end up consuming. So, when you endanger the land you endanger your food chain. This is one example of how things are connected and environments compliment each other. The air provides oxygen and many other gases necessary for all types of life.Continue reading »