Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Ontological Anarchy

I realized that the world we are living in, characterized such as it is by central governments, originates in and is fueled by our insistence upon viewing the world as though we are at the center of our consciousness and all others and else are viewed from that vantage point.

When We come to see ourSelves as *both* beings in and of ourSelves: real, actual, whole and with Our own integrity but also as aspects of all others, We will likewise create a decentralized world system.

Nullifying the ego enough to be able to dissolve into seeing oneSelf as an aspect of others, from their point of view, does not bring about obliteration of the Self. We simply become able to be both actual and perceived, real and a perception. Think particle and wave if it helps.

When We realize ourSelves as aspects of all the Others, We see around Us, We realize that any thought that arises in Our minds, any moment that arises in our Hearts, likewise arises in all Others - to varying extents of immediate awareness.
The thinker of the highest, purest, most loving thoughts, the originator of the tenderest and most sincere feelings is manifesting on the highest levels of reality and is broadcasting on orders of magnitude higher than those who hatch evil schemes.
So, let's pay attention to the Beautiful and strengthen it with Our Collective Attention. Let's share Our best thoughts and Our purest feelings One with Another and We will banish the world that was created when the majority of us were ego-centered quite naturally and as a matter of course.

Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Tzfat, Israel

Saturday, April 12, 2014


Yes. I'm crazy enough to think I can change the world. And when I say change the world, I don't mean just create a better socio-economic structure within the world such as it is, while leaving the "laws of nature" intact.
When I say change the world, I mean to change the entire nature of being. My idea of a New World Order is just that - a more liberal Existence, a more just Creation. AND I'm crazy enough to think you can change the world too.

I'd go so far as to say that so long as we accept the "laws of nature" such as they present themselves to our consciousness, we are milling water when we try to institute radically better systems. The currently accepted "laws of nature" are weighted against us. They favor enslavement.

Those really aren't laws of nature at all. They are the result of our how our minds and moral structures work. It is we who are currently making reality line up around us thus.

To change the world, we must change our moral structures significantly and jettison our preconceived notions about, well, just about everything.

The rejection of the current "laws of nature", based as they are on low-grade morality which we both attribute to all of nature and which determine how we attract phenomena to us is what I call Mystical Anarchy.

Because most Anarchists reject all mysticism, they are never going to get a better socio-economic structure of the ground. Their rejection of laws extend only to the rejection of those laws they realize are man-made, not realizing that ALL laws are man-made. We cannot artificially transplant a just socio-economic system on a reality that is reflecting our own malevolence. We have to transmute that malevolence to benevolence and then ALL laws will be on a higher, more liberal, more elastic level.

I'm also convinced that the gateway to breaking out of our attachment to these laws is finding the courage to stop payment of all loans and taxes and unjust charges.

That we cannot do alone. We have to organize.

Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Tzfat, Israel


Friday, April 04, 2014

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