Radical Self-Unschooling. DAY 340

January 29, 2015 in Anna's Journey to Life

Radical unschoolingThe past five days I have been home with the flu. During these days I have spent a lot of time researching and educating myself online. Something that I have particularly spent time investigating is the educational philosophy of radical unschooling. Radical unschooling is an educational but also political activist philosophy that supports the notion that we as human beings learns best when learning is self-initiated and when what we learn is something we are interested in learning. Radical unschoolers therefore see life in its entirety as the educational space in which a child learns and emphasizes an absolute trust in a child’s natural learning ability, that the child will learn what is required for it to learn in life, if only facilitated by caring and responsible adults.

Radical Unschooling is based on the principle that we learn much better – in fact that we can only learn – that which we understand the purpose with, that which we have made a decision to learn for ourselves. That is something I can adhere to, as I have learned so much more from doing my own research into things that interested me, than I have from years in school. This however poses the danger that the things we’re interested in, aren’t genuine interests but in fact preprogrammed into us via innumerable forms of brainwashing and propaganda.

A specific element of radical unschooling thus has to do with a detoxification period that parents as well as child who have been in the school system, have to go through called ‘deschooling’. One of the key aspects of deschooling is that especially the parents have to go through a process of deconstructing and letting go of preconditioned fears and beliefs programmed into them through their own school years. This could for example be the parent thinking that “a child needs boundaries and routines” or that “punishment teaches the child that there are consequences in life.” Another aspect of the deschooling process is a period of ‘binging’ on things and activities that previously would have been seen as ‘sinful’ such as gorging on candy, computer-games, movies or staying up very late. According to many unschoolers this is a natural part of the process that will slowly but surely even itself out, where the child and adult will become more inclined to making decisions that are best for them as they get in contact with their authentic selves beyond the limitations of rules and restrictions.

So as I continuing investigating unschooling I started thinking about that I could also unschool myself. What I realized is that we tend to do things and move ourselves to get things done during the day based on various experiences of fear, desire, moral obligation and expectations to ourselves. We move and motivate ourselves based on external influences, where most of the time we probably wouldn’t be able to explain the purpose with our actions and why we are doing the things we do – from a self-honest starting-point.

So then I started considering: what if I were to make a decision today to have absolute trust in my own decisions, where I no longer let myself be ruled by ideas, rules, restrictions, morality or fear? What if I trusted myself to do what is best for me in every moment – and so best for all? What this would mean is that I wouldn’t be restricted by for example a belief of having to sleep a certain amount of hours per night. I would be able to trust myself to sleep and wake up in accordance with my body’s needs and would thereby be able to sleep more or less without thinking that I either have slept too much or for example not enough.

Then I started considering that in order to live like this, in absolute trust that I will do what is best for me, and so best for all, there are some points that requires to be sorted out first:

At the moment, most of our definition of ‘what is best’ is based on preconditioned ideas and experiences, exactly as in the case of a child having to ‘deschool’ and literally ‘detox’ from the restrictive school system before it can effectively unschool itself in a supportive way. Meaning that, as long as certain actions are polarized, we will interact with them accordingly.

A good example here is playing computer games, which for many children has become a space of escaping from the tediousness of ordinary life. It has become something they do to rebel against their parents, where they can feel free and where they can empower themselves. But as long as playing computer games are done as a reaction to something else in one’s life, it will be a polarized action. It will be ‘best’ from the perspective of the mind’s need to escape – but it won’t necessarily be best in the context of the amount of hours one plays, because there won’t be a natural consideration that “I need to sleep now” because playing will be an act of defiance where the child will want to do it even more because its not allowed to.

So – as long as I cannot trust that my definition of what ‘best’ is, is in fact what IS best for me and so best for all, I cannot give myself the trust to exist without restrictions – which is a shame, because it means that I have to live as though there is a part of me that can’t be trusted, that I have to keep in control, so as to ensure that I don’t compromise myself.

Let me give another example: growing up I was not allowed to eat candy. This has created a polarization within me where I’ve developed a strong desire to eat candy, because I’ve associated eating candy with being free and doing what I want, thus in my child mind defining eating candy as what is ‘best’ for me, ‘best’ for me because I generate a positive mental experience when I eat candy. This then unfortunately overrules any bodily responses to the candy, where I’d for example get stomach aches, which would be a signal to me that eating candy is indeed not what is best for me in fact, because what is best would include a consideration for the totality of myself, including my body – but even my environment and the world as a whole, such as a consideration of how the candy is produced and what resources have gone into producing it.

Secondly, for me to live in absolute trust that I will do what is best for me, I also have to be absolutely self-honest with myself. Otherwise, this new ‘freedom’ can very easily turn into a total abdication of responsibility and it very easily opens up for backdoors to justify not taking responsibility for myself or my life.

Fortunately I know people who live like this, where the trust they have in themselves is so absolute that their lives are a lot freer. What this means is that they don’t have to restrict themselves, use punishments or discipline to motivate themselves, because they know in an absolute way that they will do what is best for themselves and so best for all. So I also know that existing in a state of polarity within oneself, between rebellion and punishment, between restrictions and indulgence is not what is best. The need to discipline and restrict oneself is only required as long as one doesn’t trust oneself and the only reason one wouldn’t be able to trust oneself is if one is not absolutely self-honest.

So I see that taking the leap into an unschooled life with regards to living unschooled for oneself comes with an agreement of taking absolute responsibility for oneself.

As I’ve been discussing all of this with my partner, I’ve realized that I have a conflicted relationship towards the words ‘must’ and ‘have to’ – especially in context to morality. Whenever I remove the moral expectation to do something I can do it with a lot more ease and a lot less resistance.

Interestingly enough, when investigating the word ‘must’ the following stands forth:

must (v.)

Old English moste, past tense of motan “have to, be able to,” from Proto-Germanic *mot- “ability, leisure (to do something)” (cognates: Old Saxon motan “to be obliged to, have to,” Old Frisian mota, Middle Low German moten, Dutch moeten, German müssen “to be obliged to,” Gothic gamotan “to have room to, to be able to”), perhaps from PIE root *med- “to measure, to take appropriate measures” (see medical (adj.)). Used as present tense from c.1300, from the custom of using past subjunctive as a moderate or polite form of the present.

medical (adj.)

1640s, from French médical, from Late Latin medicalis “of a physician,” from Latin medicus “physician, surgeon, medical man” (n.); “healing, madicinal” (adj.), from mederi “to heal, give medical attention to, cure,” originally “know the best course for,” from an early specialization of the PIE root *med- “to measure, limit, consider, advise, take appropriate measures” (cognates: Greek medomai “be mindful of,” medein “to rule;” Avestan vi-mad- “physician;” Latin meditari “think or reflect on, consider;” Irish miduir “judge;” Old English metan “to measure out”);

Looking at the word must in this context, it can be brought back to and purified from its totalitarian and authoritarian notions of control and redefined as the act of taking appropriate measures based on knowing/understanding the best course of action in any given circumstance. It is thus a decision to live principled, where the word ‘must’ refers to the commitment of acting according to that which one has seen is best for all.

As Bernard Poolman says in this blog-post: “I commit myself to remove from my design anything related to what I have to do and to replace it with doing that which is what is best for all life within the understanding that to do what is best for all life is not a ‘have to do,’ it is common sense.”

I have realized that if I am to create the life for myself that I see is possible through the potential that I see within myself, I cannot simply sit and wait for it to happen. The same goes for this process. I will not ‘magically’ wake up one day and be clear of all self-interest and backchat and suddenly live principled in a way that is best for all. No, I have to literally, physically and practically change myself in my practical living, not just thinking about it or seeing it and then being satisfied with that, but actually bring this realization into living application.

Therefore, before living in an unschooled way or even simultaneously with that, a process of deschooling is required. But to get trust, we have to give trust. As the educator famous for coining the term ‘unschooling’, John Holt says: “Trust Children. Nothing could be more simple, or more difficult. Difficult because to trust children we must first learn to trust ourselves, and most of us were taught as children that we could not be trusted.”

Every day I take it upon myself to learn something new, I am amazed and astonished at my own capacity to learn, my passion for learning. Every day I am also astonished to see how limited I have allowed myself to become and I realize how important it is to deschool myself – so that I can walk the process of unschooling myself in self-trust. To make the decision to trust myself means to make the decision to take absolute responsibility for myself. That is radical self-unschooling.

To be continued…

For more information on radical unschooling I recommend the following links:





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Artwork by Louise Mcnaught ‘free your mind’

Living The Principle of What is Best for All. DAY 301

June 30, 2014 in Anna's Journey to Life, My Declaration of Principle

Best for allSome points are so simple and straightforward that our minds can’t or won’t accept them, because we’re so used to things having to be complicated and because it would mean that we would have no excuses not to change.

The principle of what is best for all is probably the most simple and most natural and practical principle in the universe, and yet it is also a principle that we as human beings often have a hard time grasping and understanding.

I am continuing here with the series on the Desteni of Living – my Declaration of Principle

Here are the previous posts in the series:

2. Living by the principle of what is best for all – guiding me in thought, word and deed to always in all ways direct problems to the best possible outcome for all

What is ‘Best for all’ can be described as an ‘equation’ where all individual parts comprising a whole are aligned in the best possible way to support the whole to thrive and so in affect, each individual part. It is really that simple.

When discussing how to apply the principle of what is best for all in one’s own life and in the world as a whole, I have come across the following objections and will therefore accordingly here give a perspective on each one to show exactly how feasible and practical this principle in fact is.

“You will never be able to implement this principle. Because what is best for someone else is not best for me. Who are you to decide what is best for me?”

Something important to understand is that the principle of what is best for all is not yet another philosophical gimmick or doctrine. We are so used to either being entirely placated or suspicious to the point of paranoia towards any principle presented to us, with good reason, because most of what is presented as principles on this planet, often carry hidden agendas or is simply regurgitated knowledge with no real connection to reality.

However, in our world there are many examples of organisms living the principle of what is best for all and unfortunately, the human race is not one of them. Our bodies however exist within and based on this principle, just like an eco-system. Each body part has its individual and specified role through which it functions and contributes to the overall well being of the organism. An example from the animal kingdom and from nature and even some indigenous tribes is the principle of ‘permaculture’. One of the principles of permaculture is that when a resource is extracted from the earth, resources are also given back to the earth, like when you cut a tree, you plant a new one. Herds of animals have for eons of time applied this principle instinctively through grazing only to the extent that the ecosystem could bare it and still revitalize itself.

What is best for all is thus not something that can be debated where I can decide something for you that is not truly best for you and then simply claim that it is ‘best for all’. Either it is, or it isn’t. The proof however, will be in the physical practical living conditions of each individual and of the whole. And this is where it gets bit more complicated. Because in our glorification of ‘individual freedom’ and in many people landing on the principle of ‘each has a right to his own opinion’ as the only viable alternative to a totalitarian system, we miss certain key points. The first being that we tend to think and believe that our apparent ‘individual choices’ are indeed ‘free’ – when in fact virtually everything that we desire and prefer and take pleasure in has been preprogrammed into us and is being perpetually impulse through social engineering and marketing campaigns.

This means that as we currently exist, our ‘free choice’ is not actually free at all. So when someone for example argues that “If I want to drink 2 liters of Coca Cola every day and rot away my teeth that is my choice! What right do you have to tell me what to do?” – this person is not acting out of free choice as they would have most likely never considered drinking Coca Cola, hadn’t it been for relentless advertising, but even more so: they are not acting in his or her best interest. So when you decide to drink 2 liters of Coca Cola every day and we for arguments sake say that this is in fact rotting your teeth, you’re actually being detrimental towards your own physical body and thus in a way being a ‘threat’ to the equilibrium of the whole that is your body. You are prioritizing an experience of instant gratification – prompted by advertisement – over the wellbeing of your own physical body. This is not best for all and it is not best for you and I am sure that if you were in fact acting out of a true ‘free will’, you would obviously chose that which won’t destroy your body in the process. See, we only do such destructive acts towards ourselves and others when something inside of us is ‘misaligned’ with ourselves as Life and this is unfortunately being heavily endorsed and promulgated by the media and consumerist system, making us think that we’re acting out of free choice when in fact we’re acting based on a preprogrammed behavioral pattern and on external impulses like advertisement. So to understand the principle of what is best for all, you basically have to start with the fact that you would like to live, that you would like to thrive and live your utmost potential. Best for all thus means: best for you, even if you do not at the moment agree with or understand that. We’re talking about best for you at an existential, physical and practical level. We are NOT talking about a Nazi-health regime like in the movie The Island, because unfortunately most information out there about what is in fact best for you when it comes to nutrition for example, is fallacious at best and at worst is outright deceptive. No one can decides for another what is best for them, however that does not mean that there isn’t an ‘objective truth’ of what is in fact best. Certain points may differ from person to person and that is where individual choice becomes possible in a system based on the principle of what is best for all. Because it would be best for all for example, if everyone were educated about the effects of sugar on their body, if ingredient labels on products were explicit and transparent and if each of us had learned to discern on a physical level So maybe some people would enjoy Coca Cola without it being destructive to them, and in a world that is best for all, that would be fine – as long as the Coca Cola is produced and manufactured in a way that has not compromised this basic principle.

So here we then get into what best for all means on a global level. I have in previous posts used the example of how it would be best for everyone if all had access to clean water. It would not only be best for the people who currently does not have access to clean water, but also to everyone else who may or may not be indirectly affected by water elsewhere in the world not being clean. So let’s say that we now on a national as well as on an international political level agree that clean water is best for all. What we’d then have to do is to conduct and utilize research being done on water to asses the most practical way to ensure that all water is clean. This may mean that certain production facilities or for example ships that transport crude oil may have to change their infrastructure to ensure that they do not contaminate any way. It may also mean that water purification systems would be installed into homes or that everyone gets access to equipment through which they can monitor the level of purity of their drinking water. Some might argue that such solutions will be very costly, but within the principle of what is best for all, there is only one bottom line: is it best for all or not? See for instance, it may be more cost-effective for companies to dump their contaminated water into a water stream that runs into a farming community’s fields, but in the end it would be so much more costly to everyone if no clean water is accessible and people have to migrate and uproot themselves because they live in an area where their children are falling ill due to contaminated water. What I am saying here is that looking at things in a long-term perspective, the solutions that are best for all are by far the most cost-effective, because through them we are actively protecting and prioritizing the well-being of our planet, the eco system, the animals and our own health.

How can we live the principle of what is best for all in our own lives?

At the moment we live in a world system and under national laws of each country that aren’t founded upon the principle of what is best for all. This means that we will not always be able to act in ways that are best for all, simply because the structures of the system prohibits us from doing so. Let me give an example. Throughout my life I’ve always flushed grease and oily substances down the drain after cooking. A couple of years ago I came across an article that explained how our drainage system is not build to handle grease and oil being flushed out and how it literally gets stuck inside the pipes to the detriment for the entire sewage system. I was absolutely flabbergasted that I had never heard about this before and that it wasn’t something anyone was being educated on in terms of taking responsibility for not pouring fatty liquids down the drain. However, I didn’t know of any alternatives so I kept flushing the grease out the drain. Then a friend showed me how she had found a solution in for example if she’s cooked a chicken, she would place paper tissues into the container to soak up the excess fat that she would then throw in the garbage bin. This is a small but simple way that one can take co-responsibility for something that isn’t working to an optimal level in the world system. It doesn’t mean that it is best for all at an absolute level, but within the giving circumstances it is the best option we have.

Let’s look at another example of how one can live the principle of what is best for all despite living in a system that isn’t yet founded upon this principle: My partner and I live together with our two cats. Since my partner and I are both walking process, we agree to optimize our living to be based on the principle of what is best for all. So for example when we discuss whether we should take our cats outside for example, we look at what is best for all as the whole group of us four beings. If a fifth person or another being like a dog would come into our lives, this being would obviously be included in the equation of what is best for all. So the ‘all’ in what is best for all can also be a mini-version of the eco-system. I would for example like to move somewhere where our cats can go out through a cat-door, because this would give them more freedom in deciding when they want to go out, but it would also alleviate the responsibility that my partner and I currently have to take them in and out. On an absolute level, it would obviously be best for all if animals wouldn’t have to be dependent on humans in any way whatsoever, but this is not something we can manifest from one day to the next and so therefore we have to look at what is best within the current conditions that we are all existing in.

Another example is that what is best for all in fact might not be what I would prefer. Let’s say that I really want to buy a new summer dress, but my partner explains to me that we have to get the carburetor of our car fixed and that we won’t have enough money for both purchases. In such situations it has been tremendously supportive to have a principle such as what is best for all as the foundation of our relationship and agreement, because I can, despite really wanting to buy a summer dress, see how it is necessary that we instead invest that money in fixing our carburetor because it is more important to have a car that can drive than me getting a summer dress. What this means is that a lot of emotions and feelings and needless discussions about priorities can be superseded because we agree on this basic principle. When we have such discussions about what to do or what to buy we simply ask each other and ourselves: but what is best? Recently for example, my partner and I have had many discussions about where to move when my partner is done with his education. Sometimes we will for example look at options and my partner will say, “This might be good for us to do.” I can then ask him: “but will it be best?” So by introducing this principle into our lives and especially into our decision-making, we can ensure that we actually elevate our decisions to the highest standards possible, not just what is or may be ‘good’ – but in fact what is best. Sometimes we may not have all the information required to see what is best, but then we can go and do research to find out. Other times we may have made a decision and then later on new information emerges that changes the equation and we then have to reconsider what we saw was best initially. The point that I would like to make here is that implementing the principle of what is best for all into our lives makes decisions so much more practical and simplistic and it prevents decisions being made out of self-interest or fear, because we can at all times look at the physical and practical implications of a certain decision and ask: Is this best?

One of the effects of starting to live this principle has had on my life, is that I now do a lot more research when I am looking at making a decision for myself or for my life with my partner and our cats. This means that the decisions I make are much more informed and educated than previously where I mostly relied on how I felt about a certain decision. So many decisions I would make on a whim or based on fear. Now, if I see that I want to do something or that I don’t want to do something, but I also see that it isn’t best for all, I can bring it back to myself and go and investigate my starting-point. What I have come to see is that what is best for all is something that exists as the optimal potential or outcome of a certain decision or process. What this means then is that all we have to do is to communicate, research and educate ourselves on ourselves and our reality and environment to be able to effectively asses what that ‘best’ scenario or outcome is. At the most basic level of living this principle it means, as Bernard once told me, that when I am best for me, I am best for all. This means that I have to first be able to determine what is in fact best for me and what it means to be best for myself in self-honesty and through that I actually enable myself to begin walking the process of living and becoming my full potential. Expanding ourselves to look at and live in a way that is best for all means to understand that we are part of an interdependent world where what we do affects the whole and where what is being accepted and allowed elsewhere on some level affects our lives and living conditions. When we start living what is best for all, we can begin including the needs of others into our decisions and stop existing in bubbles of self-interest. If everyone lived what is best for all, what would exist would be best for each individual as well as the entire earth; the eco-systems and our world would be nurtured and supported to its full potential. What such a world would look like and what potentials in fact exist, we will have to find out. We can start by taking the first step to decide to begin implementing the principle of what is best for all into our own lives.

“Self is an Eco-system. This eco system is by your own allowances and acceptances and determines the Nature of who you are. It functions according to the demands you place on yourself and how you supply yourself the fulfillment of these demands. In your self eco system you are the center of a very small world. Yours. And you are completely alone with only your back chat with no one ever knowing the real you as you want to hide it at all costs, because if people hear your back chat, you know they will know the real you. They will realize the real nature of you as human. This nature of self. This eco system must be abolished to create an ecosystem that is best for all life, all inclusive as that is where you will find life and home.“

“The daily self Task: to place yourself in writing in a structured way will in time be your proven sanity, trust , honesty and consistency that transcends all ego.
All the structure must show is your dedication to what is best for all life and the confirmation through cross-referenced feedback that you are in fact living this commitment breath by breath into being as you as life.” – Bernard Poolman

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Are the Values We Proclaim to Have, Our Real Values? DAY 235

August 31, 2013 in Anna's Journey to Life

Real ValuesIt is fascinating how we human beings talk about values; ‘family values’ , ‘life values’, ‘religious values’.  As children we grow up learning the values of our culture. We learn for example that ‘family is all that matters’ or ‘blood is thicker than water’ suggesting that the most important thing in life is family. And yet even in such families, there exist neglect, abuse and betrayal. As such what we say is our values and how we act and live is often very different – sometimes even completely contradictory.

So what are values? Are values that which we say we honor, that which we believe we honor or are our real values that which we live according to?

It is certainly a problem if our values are causing harm in our own life and in the lives of others, but it makes it even more problematic, when our real values and our perceived values are completely different and we even exist within a state of self-delusion where we’ve convinced ourselves that we’re living according to specific principles – when we’re not in fact. Obviously we can only lie to ourselves to a certain degree, because after all we know that we’re lying to ourselves. And the fact that we’re living contradicting to the values we claim we hold, makes us live on edge, having to keep up the lie we’re telling ourselves. And if we have a look around the world and in our own lives we’ll see that this is the case for most of us. Very few people actually live and adhere to the values they claim they hold.

This obviously creates a ‘schizoid’ world where we have the actual real things that we as human beings do and participate within and as, and then there’s the made-up fake world that we talk about – which can be seen evidently in everything from news to entertainment and how we communicate with each other on a daily basis.

The problem within saying one thing and living another is obviously that we’re then living on a lie, living a deceptive life, which obviously makes it the more difficult to actually change the under-lying problems (the problems under the lies we tell ourselves). When we live this way, we furthermore undermine our own self-integrity and self-respect because we obviously know at a self-honest level that our words cannot be trusted and this then has the effect that we distrust others as well, creating massive paranoia and setting up all kinds of ‘safety nets’ to protects ourselves from the possible abuse of others – not considering how we’re doing this because we know that we’re exactly the same. And then we seek out all kinds of therapy and self-help literature to understand why it is we can’t stick to a diet, or stop an addiction and we come up with all kinds of diagnoses to define this ‘entity’ that apparently ‘live inside’ us, but that we in no way have taken responsibility for or faced as ourselves. And this is obviously also why we can’t and won’t stop, exactly because we’ve separated ourselves from the root of the problem: ourselves. And what is even worse, we’ve created an entire consumer system that is specifically designed to feed off of these secret values that we pretend we don’t have, through subtly seducing us to consume and telling us that it’s alright, that it’s just a ‘little sin’, that its ‘okay to indulge once in a while’ and so through this we can go on living our entire lives in this dichotomy between our proclaimed and our real values, lying so hard to ourselves that we can’t see or fathom a way out of the mess.

So this is the point I will be working with here, continuing from my writings on integrity, self-care, and relationships and as of late the point of value.

Because I have seen within myself how the problems I face in my daily living with where I am not yet fully standing absolutely in every breath in/as the decision to live what is best for all – has to do with the fact that I am accepting and allowing myself to value things that aren’t best for myself and so not best for all. When I look at such points, I find it astounding that one can hold something valuable that is absolutely detrimental for oneself and even know this and for example know that it is brainwashing or programmed behavior – AND THEN STILL DO IT! So this is what I will be investigating for myself. How and why and what mechanisms and points of self-dishonesty/abdication are ‘at play’ when I act contrary to what is best for me – and from there to establish practical solutions in and through which I can place a corrective application through which I can anchor myself in a consistent commitment to change.

In addition to this blog-post I recommend reading the following blog-posts by Sunette Spies that specifically focuses on the exact points I’ve been describing here from an existential starting-point:


I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe and convince myself that my values and the principles in life that I support, are those that I proclaim that I am supporting/holding as when I speak to others or to myself – not realizing or admitting to myself that these cannot be my ’real’ values or principles if I am not in fact living absolutely according to them as that would indicate that I don’t actually stand by them or hold them in fact

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to live on a lie – to live a life of self-deception where I proclaim to have and hold the values and principles that I see would be best to live according to, while living in completely contradiction to these, even for ‘just a moment’ throughout my day – not realizing or admitting to myself, how values and principles are only real in fact, when they are absolute and that there is a difference between seeing what values and principles is best yet admitting that one isn’t yet living according to these and taking responsibility for changing and correcting oneself – and then proclaiming to have principles and values, pretending to live according to them, while actually living according to another set of principles/values that stand in contradiction to one’s proclaimed principles and values

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realize how we as human beings, through our inner living in self-deception in a dichotomy between proclaimed and real values, are in fact creating an infected, diseased world where we are making ourselves incompetent towards solving the problems we are facing on earth, because we are living on a lie, through which we prohibit and prevent ourselves from facing ourselves in self-honesty and taking self-responsibility and as such that this way of living is passed on from us as parents to our children in how we teach by our direct example – tacitly yet resonantly– while believing we’re teaching through our words – thus teaching our children to live the same lie we’re telling ourselves

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realize, see and understand that the fact that I am living in a way that isn’t best for me and so not best for all – specifically when it comes to caring for my physical body through nutrition and body-awareness, that I am not doing so because “it’s simply who I am/how I was born/my parents fault/I can’t change who I am” – - – but in fact because I specific values and desires that I’ve held onto that I’ve accepted and allowed to be preprogrammed and brainwashed into and as me to such an extent that I would never even question them, I would never even consider being able to change them and I would simply accept them as a part of who I am

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see, realize or understand that there isn’t anything ‘natural’ about the fact that I have allowed myself to mistreat and abuse my physical body – because it would in fact be natural to live in harmony and equality with and as the body – that would be the way of the body – but I have accepted and allowed not only my mind but also my body to become conditioned through specific desires and values that I have integrated into and as myself, into and as the very flesh of my body – to the point where I’ve been able to justify addictions by blaming them on the body – where I’ve been able to consume things that weren’t good for me without experiencing instant consequences, because the body has become so suppressed and conditioned that it integrates the toxins into itself as a state of acceptance of this being ‘normal’ and ‘natural’ where even the body has accepted a starting-point of self-abuse through greed and indulgence as ‘who I am’.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to as the merging of Beingness/Mind/Body make the physical body that I exist in/as/inhabit a literal slave that I have used and abused to an utmost extent, even deliberately causing myself harm and pain and suffering because of values and desires that I have created and defined myself according to

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to create, manifest and participate in an experience of shame, disappointment and frustration towards what it is that I see that I am accepting and allowing myself to do to my physical body, where I go into a ‘state of mind’ of thinking that I have no control over myself, that this ‘primitive instinct’ is taking over and in charge of me so that I cannot make directive decisions to change how I interact and live with my physical body – when in fact as I have just established, this way of living isn’t natural or normal and therefore who and what I am within and as this point of self-abuse towards my body, is an ‘entity’ that I have accepted and defined as ‘who  I am’ that is brainwashed and programmed behavior, repeated and energized into and as a character/personality/entity

– I realize now that the analogy of the ‘primitive instinct’ is actually quite accurate, in that I see how this character/personality was formed in my childhood and even before I was born in the lineage of people who come before me, like my father and mother both being addicts in their own way and my father being self-abusive because of a mental illness. Because I see that this ‘who I am’ is in fact very primitive – very one-dimensional but also very strong/intensely experienced for me, where I feel ‘driven’ to do certain things, like overeating or eating foods that aren’t good for me or placing myself in awkward positions – as though I have no choice, don’t want a choice, just want to do this – no matter the consequences.

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to not consider and remind myself that simply because a behavior is automated, doesn’t mean that it cannot be stopped, corrected and changed – - because I have proven this to myself and as such I’ve deceived myself yet again by making the excuse and justification that “I can’t help it!” “It just happens” “It’s automated” “I have no control” – because I have in fact proven to myself that it IS possible to take self-directive authority and responsibility over and of such behaviors – through a self-honest realization about ‘who’ one is within and as this behavior and how one has accepted and allowed oneself to follow brainwashed backchat with detrimental consequences and how one has an opportunity to change and actually prevent consequences and expand oneself and live in integrity and self-respect

I forgive myself that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to find and seek ‘freedom’, ‘independence’, ‘self-control’ and ‘pleasure’ through specifically doing things that I KNOW aren’t best for me – because I’ve associated ‘Best for me’ with when I was a child and I was told that something was best for me, like not eating a whole bag of candy or I would get a stomach ache (obviously true) or go to sleep early cause otherwise I’d be tired in the morning (not necessarily true). Basically I’ve associated ‘best for me’ as something that is dictated by others and that I have no control over – and so I decided to take matters into my own hands and deliberately act in spite of what was best for me. So I for example ate the whole bag of candy – but when I got the stomach ache I didn’t care because I had decided that it was worth it – because it made me feel powerful, independent and free – and because I felt and believed that what I ‘got out of life’ was much more interesting and exciting this way (like candy vs. vegetables or sleep vs. staying up).

Okay I am gonna go up to here for now and I will continue in the next post.

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Bad Girl Gone Fake Moral Judgment: Self-Corrective Statements: DAY 71

July 14, 2012 in Anna's Journey to Life

Introduction: In this blog post, I share Self-Corrective statements on the point of ‘feeling good when being bad’ and the fake moral judgment character that goes with,that I have been writing about in the last posts. Read the first two parts of this point here:

I see, realize and understand that I have equal as one, created, manifested and participated within and as a fake moral system, wherein and from which we’ve presented ourselves as moral beings – while in fact living and existing in greed and self-interest, in our actions and in our own relationships with ourselves, each other and the earth. I see, realize and understand that we’ve created this moral character to cover up the reality of who and what we’ve accepted and allowed ourselves to be and become – and as such that I as a child believed the lie – instead of trusting what I experienced inside and as myself and instead of questioning myself within and as that in self-honesty, accepted and allowed myself to separate myself from myself through creating, manifesting and participating in the belief and idea that 1) the world and people are good, because that is what they say and present themselves as, 2) there is something wrong with me because I do not see or experience myself as good and because I feel good when I do bad things and as such concluded and accepted that I was bad and thus deliberately made myself feel bad and experience guilt, shame and self-judgment towards myself

When and as I see that I am participating in experiences of guilt/shame/self-judgment I stop. I breathe and I do not allow myself to continue in the experience because I see, realize and understand that it pertains to a moral judgment character that is not real, that I have assumed for myself as a cover up for hiding who and what I have accepted and allowed myself to be and become, where I have used and abused the moral judgment and subsequent experience of guilt/shame/self-judgment to legitimize for myself the ‘bad’ I am doing and as such define myself as good for feeling bad about being bad – and I instead face myself in self-honesty and look at the point/person/manifestation I am experiencing guilt/shame/self-judgment and I commit myself to look and see in self-honesty whether this is best for all and if not, I commit myself to stop and delete this point and stop my participation within and as it, through writing, self-forgiveness and self-corrective application.

I commit myself to show and expose and share the realization that moral judgment as it currently exists and is presented in the world and in people’s minds in their relationship with themselves and the world – is not real and that we’re in fact using this moral judgment as a cover-up to both hide and legitimize who and what we’ve accepted and allowed ourselves to be and become in and as greed and self-interest

I thus commit myself to support others, as I support myself to stop participating in moral judgments and subsequent experiences of guilt/shame/self-judgment and to develop and apply a form of moral that is based on practical reality in common sense simplicity see whether a point /manifestation is best for all or not – and if not, to correct/change/stop and align this to what is best for all

I commit myself to show and share with others as I have shown and shared with myself that the reason why we ‘feel good when doing bad’ is because of the relationship we’ve developed towards ‘bad’ in defining, perceiving, seeing, experiencing and accepting ‘bad’ as ‘free’ and ‘exhilarating’ in the energetic reaction we create, manifest and participate within and as ourselves when we do something we believe that we’re not supposed to do and feel good about it

I commit myself to show how I, as all, have abused and used ‘feeling good about doing bad’ to cause harm and pain to myself and others – as I within and as the addiction towards the energetic experience I experience when I do/se/participate in something I have defined as ‘bad’ and feel good about it, have only cared about my own energetic experience and surge of energy and have accepted and allowed myself to do anything to anyone, including myself and my own human physical body to get that experience of energy

I see, realize and understand that moral judgment is not real – but that does not mean that it is acceptable to do whatever we feel like, simply because it feels good – because within that we are enslaved to feelings and experiences and what direct us is the mind in its demand for energy in and as the delusionary and illusionary entity we’ve accepted and allowed ourselves to be and become and what is abused, wasted and disregarded is ourselves as life, as the physical actual reality

I commit myself to stop, delete and release myself from all characters of morality as I see, realize and understand that they are not real and even more so that I have created them to abdicate self-responsibility for myself as who and what I have accepted and allowed myself to be and become to present myself as a character of moral judgment, even though I am not actually a moral being in anyway whatsoever, or I would have created a world that is best for all

I commit myself to here stop and delete the belief, experience and acceptance that I am bad – because I see, realize and understand that the belief in bad can only exist if the belief in good exist – and it is clear that good does NOT exist in this world

When and as I see myself participating in the belief/idea/experiences that others are good/pure/morally correct and that I am bad/dirty/morally corrupted – I stop. I breathe and I remind myself that morality does not exist and that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to create a false character of moral judgment that I accept as real and accept and allow myself as others to participate within and as, in presenting ourselves as moral, when we are in fact not – I commit myself here to only accept and allow and participate within and as a morality of common sense self-honesty as a practical seeing of what is best for all and what is not best for all and to accordingly correct and align that which is not best for all, to what is best for all

I commit myself to show and share to others as myself that good and bad are polarities of the same exact system manifestation and design, that I as all have created and designed specifically with the purpose of upholding my own separation of and from myself, where I as all, hide who and what I, in fact have accepted and allowed myself to be and become – and in that agreement, that I accept your character of deception of moral judgment, if you accept my character of deception of moral judgment have accepted and allowed ourselves to keep ourselves separate from ourselves and in fact legitimize and justify the continuation of our abuse of the world and ourselves and each other.

I see, realize and understand that the only valid and legitimate definition of good and bad is a practical, commonsensical categorization of that which is best for all and that which is not best for all, as a practical physical equality equation – an example is that a rotten apple can be good for a worm to eat and bad for a human to eat, but neither makes the rotten apple inherently good or bad within and as a moral judgment – as such I commit myself to only consider good and bad as to whether a point/manifestation is best for all or not best for all – as such I commit myself to stop all participation in moral judgments towards good/bad and the subsequent attraction to doing bad and feeling good about doing bad

I see, realize and understand that I have deliberately created, manifested and participated within and as a guilt character towards feeling good about doing/being bad – and as such that I have created, manifested and participated within and as this character based on a starting-point of deliberate self-deception and self-dishonesty, where I would make myself feel guilty to make myself feel better – yet did nothing to correct or change my participation or even considered whether what I accepted and allowed within and as me, was best for me and best for all – because all I cared about was how and what I was feeling

I commit myself to stop accepting and allowing myself to participate within and as and accepting and allowing taboos as suppressions within and as me that I have accepted and manifested through accepting the moral judgment character of the world and of myself and others as real and as such have created a taboo character, through which I hide, conceal and suppress all parts/points of and as myself – and the world – that is not in alignment with the moral judgment that I have accepted as a real character – as such I commit myself to face and embrace all parts of and as me, that I have separated myself into and as without judging myself – because I see that judgment is another character of self-deception that I’ve created to prevent myself from realizing and seeing myself in self-honesty and as such from taking self-responsibility for who and what I’ve accepted and allowed myself to be and become – and I see, realize and understand that as long as I suppress/deny/judge any part of myself and thus project it outside myself as separate in refusing to acknowledge that this is who I am, as who and what I’ve accepted and allowed myself to be and become, I will continue perpetuating manifested consequence of abuse, suffering and self-abdication, in and through which I have no self-direction or self-will because I am living a decision of self-abdication – and I see, realize and understand that that is unacceptable when I in fact have the opportunity here to face and change myself, simply by allowing myself to SEE and HEAR what is here as who and what I’ve accepted and allowed myself to be and become, and as such bring all parts back to myself so that I can direct/change/stop/correct/align myself to what is best for all

I commit myself to here sever and stop all connections and relationships I have created towards and within defining myself as a ‘bad girl’ and within and as that associate and equate being a ‘bad girl’ with being ‘free’ and a ‘free spirit’ and as such superior – because I realize, see and understand that the pride I have been experiencing towards being a ‘bad girl’ has been a cover-up for my experience, definition and acceptance of myself in feeling inferior and ashamed and judged myself for being bad – and I see, realize and understand that neither polarity is real

I commit myself to identify, investigate and expose to myself all characters that I’ve accepted and allowed myself to assume and assign for myself, both as positive characters of superiority and negative characters of inferiority – I see, realize and understand that characters can only be played/acted out in relation to something/someone outside separate from me – and as such I commit myself to bring all points I see and experience in relation to something/someone else – back to myself and as support myself to step out of all characters

I commit myself to walk a process of self-trust as trusting myself to be self-honest and to see whether what I am participating within and as is what is best for all or not – and if not, to correct/change/align myself to what is best for all, in my participation and in my relationship to/with myself, with others and with the world and to within and through that support myself and strengthen myself in trusting myself to not needing or requiring a form of moral judgment outside separate from me that I place myself into and as – and such limit and suppress and sabotage my self-expression and my participation in fear of being bad and doing bad and being seen as bad by others – because I see, realize and understand that the only morality that is valid and real is that which is best for all and the ability to see whether a point/manifestation/interaction is best for all or not – and as such I commit myself to stop participation in all other forms of moral judgment

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to feel, experience and believe myself to be superior when feeling good about feeling bad, in seeing, perceiving, defining and experiencing myself as ‘a rebel’, ‘a revolutionary’, ‘a free spirit’ and as such judge and define those who do not dare to do bad as inferior – while in fact judging and defining myself as inferior and as ‘bad’ because I feel good when I do bad and as such have created the superior character to hide from myself the inferior character to suppress myself as it and separate myself from it in perceiving it as a threat to my survival and as such exist within and as a constant and continuous inner conflict

I commit myself to stop and delete and release myself from the relationship and definition I have created of and as myself as a positive/superior self-definition character where I have seen myself as a ‘rebel’ and ‘revolutionary’ and ‘a free spirit’ and judged others for not having guts to stand out – because I see, realize and understand that this self-definition character was a cover-up, wherein and from which I hid myself from myself as actually defined myself as inferior to those I had seen/defined/experienced as ‘morally superior’ to me and where I would suppress myself as who I am as amorality through fearing that I would not be able to survive and sustain myself

I see, realize and understand that, that which feared not surviving and through and as which I submitted and subjected myself to moral judgment, was in fact the mind, as the illusionary entity that I’ve separated myself into and as – and thus I see, realize and understand that I’ve used moral judgment to protect myself as the mind

I commit myself to stop participating in fear of not surviving when and as I do not participate in moral judgment – so when and as I see that I am experiencing fear of being excluded, rejected and judged (and as such not survive) because of not participating in moral judgment – I stop. I breathe and I do not allow myself to compromise myself in complying with the fear through allowing myself to participate in moral judgment. Instead I push myself to do it anyway and to trust myself to act morally within and as what is best for all. (Except when it comes to actual laws of the world-system, which I will not go against as that would have consequences that are not practically supportive)

I commit myself to here sever, delete and stop the relationship I have created within and as myself towards foods I was not supposed to eat as a child and that I developed a relationship of desire towards because I could not have them and as such experienced myself excluded from my peer group and thus threatened upon my survival – because I see, realize and understand that eating food is about supporting myself in and as the physical – and NOT about fitting into a group or experiencing an energetic experience or relationship towards certain foods in entertaining oneself through food

I commit myself to, when and as I see and realize that I am experiencing a desire towards eating/consuming something – to stop and investigate in self-honesty whether I am experiencing a physical requirement for that particular food or whether I am participating in an energetic relationship based on memories of not being allowed to eat this food – I then commit myself to assess in self-honesty whether or not this food is best for me and to if I am not clear on whether the food is supportive or not, to see how my physical responds when I eat the food – as such, I commit myself to transform my relationship towards food from an energetic relationship based on memories, to a commonsensical physical relationship of self-support

I commit myself to stop the relationship I have created of polarity towards that which I have defined and experienced is forced upon me “from above” as all rules and regulations – that I have defined as boring/restricting and limiting and unfair – because I see, realize and understand that it is I, myself who have defined, experienced and accepted specific regulations and rule as boring/restricting/limiting and unfair and as such created a relationship towards these as such – instead of simply allowing myself to direct myself in common sense, in seeing what is required to be done in a moment of participation and what is common sensical to act and participate within and as

I furthermore see, realize and understand that I am not going to be able to create a world and a world-system that in fact is best for all, where all beings live without oppression and regulations that are not best for all – if I do not follow the rules of the world-system as it is now and the rules of physical reality and as such I commit myself to support and direct myself to stand equal to the world-system of rules and regulations and to not accept or allow myself to create, manifest or participate within and as a relationship towards it of experiencing it as boring/restricting/limiting and unfair – but instead embracing, expanding and directing myself within and as it in common sense and self-honesty in self-expression

I commit myself to, when and as I see that I am experiencing a surge of energy as desire/excitement/shame towards seeing, hearing, feeling something that I have defined as ‘bad/wrong’ to stop. Stop the energetic experience and not accept or allow myself to go into judgment, but to simply stop participation in the energetic experience.

I commit myself to stop all judgments towards sexuality and myself as sexual and myself within and as sexual experiences – because I see, realize and understand that I cannot sort myself out within and as the design, expression and manifestation of myself into and as sexuality through judging myself and through separating myself from myself as sex/sexuality/sexual experiences/expression – thus I commit myself to get to know myself within and as sex/sexuality/sexual experiences/expression intimately and in detail, so that I can develop self-honest self-communication and relationship with and within and as myself and my human physical body and stand equal to myself as the mind and the physical and from there assess and see, correct/align and direct myself within and as what is best for all

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Q and A – E.M.S: Nonsense or Come-On-Sense?

June 8, 2011 in Equal Money Blog

“… Best to remain practical in the physical world and to stop the mind as the source of information as it is the thing humanity have become that give value to money” - Bernard Poolman

Comment: ”I find the scheme objectionable. They say “the goal is to establish equality on a basic physical level – equal housing and electricity, equal food and water, equal health care and equal education. But human individuals don’t have equal needs for these things, so the whole thing is a nonsense.”

Point 1.) It is clear common sense that EVERYONE has an equal requirement to eat, have clean drinking water and accommodation – that is simply a justification only possible being made from someone who already has money. This is a justification of abuse.

QUESTION: ”What exactly do they mean by equal money like exchange rates between countries or all money has the same value between bills?” 

Point 2.) Equal money is a political and financial solution of creating a base-line support where all supports all equally here. It is not based on the continuation of the current political or economic systems, but on the discontinuation of such in a practical and sustainable way – thus the foundation of the EMS is a practical and mathematically based consideration of what is best for all, at fundamental physical level – thus no ideology – simply common sense – For example: it is best for all that all has clean drinking water – thus clean drinking water for all is now a priority within the political system and funds are being directed towards ensuring this point. Another example: it has been mathematically proven that there is in deed enough food for all in the world, yet over 1 billion people are dying from birth to death – this can be understood and solved within the principle of equality where 1 + 1 = 2.

QUESTION: “Why do we need to have a money system? it [money system]will only create inequality. Equality = we all have equal right and responsibility to the earth and its resources.” 

Point 3.) we require to take self-responsibility for the systems we’ve created to manage our lives – if we were to simply abolish the money-system, another system of inequality would emerge because we would not have changed the foundation of the problem, which is ourselves as human beings and how we exist in abdication of equal self-responsibility for what is here, in and as this world and in and as ourselves as human beings.

Point 4. ) Equality is not to debate – half the world’s population is suffering, not to mention animals and all other lifeforms, because of what we as humans have allowed. What is most important here is not our perceived individual happiness, opinions or freedom – What is important and vital is that we stop accepting and allowing ourselves to be governed by systems of abuse and inequality. The EMS provides such a solution where the focus is not on mental ideologies of contrast, but on physical, tangible and substantial proof – what is best for all cannot be denied as it is… what is best for all.By: Anna Brix Thomsen

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Q and A – “Do we need an Academic Elite to Change the World? “

March 9, 2011 in Equal Money Blog

The following Question was asked by Tood as a reply to the article: “Academic Education – A Waste of Space, Mind, Money and Time?”in my column on The Sociology Journal

Q – from Tood:

Do you not think that your call to action in creating an imagined world of equality is also a product of one of these theories of university education which you denigrate in your article? Before action can be taken toward any goal, what is required is a thorough analysis of the situation at hand. This will require thinking, not acting. After this task is complete (and it is not), you must subsequently be able to define the goal toward which you would like to steer society as well as to justify that goal as a proper goal. Given that your goal seems to be equality for all, in all aspects, the next step would be to formulate a process of transition from the current situation to the desired one– a plan of action. This will require an immense amount of interpretation, theory, data-gathering, statistical analysis, historical considerations, etc. (e.g. consider Karl Marx’s more than 3000 page collection of volumes known as Das Kapital). Before beginning work toward global equality, we ought to consider its feasibility, desirability, and complications it may bring– questions which, by the way, are being asked and answered inside the University (consider, for example, the work of analytic marxists such as G.A. Cohen in “Self-ownership, Freedom. and Equality”). I agree with you that the University has a socializing function, and that success in the university is at least contingent upon learning the language-games of academia, however it also functions to open up a space for the dedication of oneself to inquiry– a space which is not generally provided outside of the University. And as a final consideration: when is success outside of the University going to be devoid of the socializing function of the University, or of its criterion of “learning the lingo”, apart from living a hermitic life?

A – My reply:

Hi Tood – When I (and when most people) were a young child, my basic outlook on the world situation was that of: “Why are people starving, when there is enough food?” – “War is stupid, why can’t we simply be friends?”

Thus my perspective was that of Simplicity and Common Sense – without moral judgments towards those creating wars: I saw the World and the people within it, as Equal. Therefore the call to action – based on the basic Principle of Equality is not an ideological conception constructed in the Academic class- room.

Unfortunately we have as adults, covered and sugar-coated ourselves in fancy words and knowledge to hide from ourselves within ignorance and abdication of Self-Responsibility – which Actually for any Child, is Common Sense. Thus – we will back up Self-Deception with Self-Righteous regurgitation of useless knowledge simply to postpone the Moment, where we literally have to ACT – where we Actually have to Give up this armor of theories upon theories and see the World and Ourselves for what it is.

It is plain to see, even within the theories of Social Life: Common Sense Perspectives that All can agree on is being reproduced, mutated an twisted into oblivion, even though they always say the same: That to Change the World, we require to Change Ourselves first – because whatever We are, is what the World is too. I have heard professors regurgitating the glory of knowledge and thinking as enlightenment and cure to the disease of ignorance and inequality. Yet – we see none of those professors or students Changing anything in their own Participation. Instead the regurgitation of knowledge is used as the justification for NOT ACTING and thus being reproduced and recycled with every new batch of students in hope of Changing the World.

We do not require anymore “thorough analysis as thinking” of the issues at hand – The sustainable solutions to the World’s problems ARE invented – we are simply not Applying them. If every Child can see the Common Sense of war being stupid and not even blaming those that create war, but simply suggests for us to stop it – it is clearly not assisting to create long theories upon the impracticality of War. It is basic Common Sense: 1 + 1 = 2.

If the 1 eats all the food, the other 1 will starve and the 2 will exist in inequality – which is Clearly not what is Best for All. This requires not Socratic or dogmatic systems of approach – It does however require Self-Honesty of each of us as re-educating ourselves to take Self-Responsibility for what is Here.

The plan of action towards Global Equality is to create a Global Political Party based upon the Principle of Equality, where each commits themselves to Stand Self-Responsible in Common Sense Equality and do what is Best for All – at a Practical, Physical level – in All ways.

This we are doing with the proposal of the Equal Money System, which of course requires thorough planning – but within the Principle of Equality as what is Best for All, no ideological discussions are necessary, which will give us room to investigate and research Practical, Real Life Solutions.

Even though the tradition of the universities place themselves within the “honor” of the objective inquiry (aka truth producing business) – this is in Fact not so and the Space of universities as learning facilities could be utilized for so much more fruitful and practical purposes – not simply to reproduce knowledge for it to be reproduced. Activism without Practicality as well as knowledge without Application, is useless…

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