Living Brotherhood Of Man In A Capitalistic Society

by Edith Boyer-Telmer

Dear Friends,
a little while ago I shared the story how one day I passed my neighbors property, and while I was deeply concentrated on navigating safely the muddy ground below me, a dog came up to a fence and started barking at me rather aggressively. Without slowing down in my step, I turned my awareness to the dog and communicated through the pineal gland. I remember that my thoughts in that moment where “No need to talk with me like that my brother. We all need personal space and peace to share our collective path”.

Since the Full Moon in Aquarius with Total Lunar Eclipse that we have experienced at the end of July this year, there is a shift happening in the bigger picture of humanity. The brotherhood of beings for the Golden Age of Aquarius becomes more and more vivid in the collective awareness of human kind, which is a world of respect and harmony between all of us. All the colorful beings with so many different life stories, cultural backgrounds, believe systems, so many physical shapes and vibrational levels of manifestation.

WHAT WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND IS TRANSMITTED IN THE NATIVE AMERICAN CODE OF ETHICS
I. EQUALITY OF ALL EXISTENCE / BROTHERHOOD OF MEN
That everything sprouts from the same mental essence, translates as “we are all equal”. In daily life on planet earth, that does not necessarily mean we have the same chances or the same blessed start in life, but it does mean we all have an equal right to live!!!

II. ACCEPTANCE OF ALL POWERS OF SPIRIT AND MATTER
This law teaches us about our constant interconnected communication with another. Of our responsibility to take care of our emotional field, so we do not effect our surrounding negatively. It also requests from us to understand, accept and integrate our divine part, our human existence, the feminine and the masculine energies within.

III. AWARENESS AND RESPECT FOR ALL MANIFESTED EXISTENCE
This is as easy as respecting and applying in daily life a practical understanding of the human rights, animal rights and even the rights of planet earth and all her manifestations, for a dignified and safe life on planet earth!! But not only that, it also means to show respect for manifestations we ourselves or fellow humans have brought into live, so we can all together celebrate our divine essence and most authentic expression.

IV. PEACE BETWEEN ALL TRIBES AND BEINGS
If you think of the ethics code as a pyramid, you will notice that the 4th step is on the top. If you think of them in relation to the chakra system, we find this one located at the heart chakra. That is because it represents the cultivation of our everything connecting higher heart – the only place where true lasting world peace can sprout from.

V. JUSTICE AND HONOR IN MAINTAINING THE HUMAN RIGHTS
This sounds like it would be a big official thing for everyday life, one that governments and other official institutions should take responsibility for. But in reality this principle corresponds with our ego, and the translation is about each and everyone of us!! Its about how much respect do we show for the normal everyday survival needs of every being on earth. How balanced we run our business and how skillful we communicate, when we are in dispute with others.VI. AUTHENTICITY AND HONESTY IN THOUGHT, WORD AND ACTION
Be who you really are, express what ever the divine guidance within you demands you to bring into the world, only say what you really mean and WALK YOUR TALK!!

VII. TO MAINTAIN OUR STRENGTH IN ORDER TO INTENSIFY THE POWER AND TO USE THE POWER ONLY TO CREATE POSITIVELY
This law allows us to “emotionally get it”, what it means that our physical bodies are truly only masculine and feminine to represent the universe authentically, not to separate us from another with stupid human concepts and ideas. And that the whole world essentially is relationship, which means that everything we do effects ALL of us!!!

Knowing now how the creation of a balanced world can be brought into manifestation for all of us on the planet, we are well equipped to apply this principles in our daily life and particularly in our personal financial behavior. Marshall Vian Summers invited us in his book “Living the Way of Knowledge“ to remember that money is here to serve our life. He said: “You do not want to serve it. Money is a resource to be employed. It is here to serve. You do not want to become its servant. What does money serve for you? How do you use money? Do you preserve money and save it for future use? Do you live according to what you need or are you dominated by what you want?
Perhaps you are working too hard in your work in the world because you are requiring more money than you really need. Perhaps you have to work harder in the world because you need more than you have. You must find what is correct for you. However, to be able to find what is correct, you must know what is correct, and you must have the necessary criteria.”

What that means in essence, is that we all need to check our personal core values profoundly when it comes to our relationship with money, and make sure that we act on them in our everyday life. A little while ago I shared the article: “Spirituality And Money – In Balance And Harmony Between Spirit And Matter”, with further helpful advice.
What we need to do now in order to collectively lift the money theme into higher vibration, is that some of us might have to shape up and take full responsibility for their own income; while others have to let go of the idea that money is automatically representing power and security – and grow some spiritual balls instead! Each of you for sure know best for yourself, what direction it is you need to balance within.

Modern capitalism needs men who cooperate smoothly and in large numbers; who want to consume more and more; and whose tastes are standardized and can be easily influenced and anticipated. What is the outcome? Modern man is alienated from himself, from his fellow man and from nature.
Erich From

The forces of a capitalist society, if left unchecked, tend to make the rich richer and the poor poorer.
J. Nehru

Capital as such is not evil; it is its wrong use that is evil. Capital in some form or other will always be needed.
Gandhi

Dear ones, I hope that you are feeling inspired right now, and that these insides invite you to also explore new dimensions of brotherhood of man, inside yourself and in your outside world. I pray for this world and that it will daily see more people who make the conscious decision to feel their neighbor, their pet, their garden and their enemy as “just another brother in the oneness”.
Love and Blessings!
Edith

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