If you want to make peace, you don't talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies.

Moshe Dayan (1915-1981)

Genetic Peace Grid

Financial Peace

“We do not manage Financial Peace by controlling our finances,
but by mastering our creativity.”

—Zeljka Roksandic

When the stock market bottomed out in September 2008, so did the value of our societies worldwide. Why? Because people felt helpless, lost and without answers. Worse yet, their governments didn’t know what to do. And if they did, they could not guarantee anything they tried would work.

What happens now? What do we do? Will we ever recover? What kind of answers do you want? In any case, the outcomes depend on you.

We’ve taken a few moments to generate a position that may be a good starting point for positive change. No matter what happens, you are always responsible for how you think, feel, and create your tomorrows.

Assume for a moment that you are looking into a window of time 500 years ago. You are in the court chambers of a castle where the people are petitioning the wisdom of their King, Queen and their Spiritual Advisor. Times are tough. Things are not working out well for most people. Listen carefully and read between the lines, for it is there that you may find some answers and some peace of mind.

The morning chill was slowly lifting and the sun began to warm the courtyard. From all over the country side, people came forth: frustrated, complaining, and hopeless.

 
Archetypal Peace (Channeled Information from Source Surrounding the Myths of Adam and Eve as Their Relationship Effecting Peace) [3 June 2008, Istanbul, Turkey 3:00 PM]

“Archetypes, in spite of their conservative nature, are not static but in a continuous dramatic flux. Thus the self as a monad or continuous unit would be dead. But it lives in as much as it splits and unites again. There is no energy without opposites!”
—Carl Jung (1875-1961)

The wind gently blew across the Bosporus Strait, which separates Europe from Asia. The sea was a bit choppy and the sky brightened by the Mediterranean sun. We were about 500 meters from the Ancient Sultanahmet (Blue) Mosque, sitting on a park bench along the waterfront adjacent to the Sea of Marmara. “I’m thirsty,” my Queen said. “I’d like some water.” Looking out I said, “There was plenty of seawater.” Within a minute, a young thin man approached us. He wore a large shoulder bag that drooped down to his knees. He was sweating and looked exhausted. Looking closely, he was peddling small bottles cold water. Hmm?

 
The Genetic Peace Grid

Choose:
The single clenched fist lifted and ready,
Or the open hand held out and waiting.
Choose:
For we meet by one or the other.

—Carl Sandburg (1878-1967)

Within our DNA, there is a very unique field of consciousness that reflects our Divine origins, which we term the “God” genes. We have a particular interest in this field of consciousness because of its behavior—uniting and expanding with similar fields. We believe that these fields serve humanity and generate a unifying field of social-consciousness.

Behavioral and social scientists know that consciousness influences behavior. When more individuals manifest this new awareness, the field is strengthened, a critical mass is reached, and the awareness becomes the conscious property of all.

Once there is a behavior, there is an experience, and wisdom becomes grounded in physical expression. It is here that the term “Spirituality” takes on a unique meaning. It needs “behavior” to survive on this planet. Spirituality must be grounded into human-earthly experience in order to be creative and effective.