From the February 2005 Idaho Observer:

Realize who you truly are—then act that way

by Allisone Heartsong

Beware of anyone who tries to violate your sovereignty by first telling you that you have to do something, or that you cannot do something—and then demand your obedience.

Be aware of the fact that demands and prohibitions enforced by rewards and punishments constitute the essential method by which authoritarian parents control their children and authoritarian governments control their citizens.

Understand that your power to make choices constitutes your sovereign power to create your life any way that you choose.

And realize that how we experience the events in our lives is determined, not so much by what happens, as by how we choose to respond to what happens.

Therefore, do not give away your power to anyone who attempts to violate your God-given free will or to reduce you to the subservient status of an obedient slave.

Know that your own inner being is the ultimate expert and the final authority on the subject of what is best for you.

The proper role of your parent is to be your guide, and the proper role of your government is to be your servant.

Beware of people with psychopathic personalities that derive conscious pleasure from deceiving, subjugating, and destroying other human beings.

Be aware that the more a person desires to exercise political or economic power over other people, the more likely that person is to be a psychopath, unfit for governmental responsibilities.

Let us never forget these immortal words with which We The People claimed our sovereignty in our Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness."

Remember that you are living in a world of illusion, where deception and coercion are the name of the game, and where the fundamental guideline is: Do not be deceived by appearances, and do not give away your sovereign power to choose, if you do not wish to lose your way in the labyrinth.

Whereas the illusion is that you are a human being having some spiritual experiences, the reality IS that you are a "Spiritual being having some human experiences.

Therefore, be very clear about the fact that you are neither your experience nor your personality, but are rather the creator of your experience and of your personality through every choice that you make in every now moment.

Let it also be clearly understood that civilization consists in the choice to renounce the use of fraudulent deception and coercive force in human relationships, and that only those human beings who have accomplished this renunciation in their lives are truly civilized, from which it follows that the primitive and barbaric society in which we currently live is as yet largely uncivilized despite all of its advanced technological sophistication.

And last but not least, know that you have also made the soul choice to incarnate in a veiled state of spiritual amnesia, so that you may eventually have the wondrous experience of waking up to the full realization of who you truly are.

The very fact that our American Dream is rapidly turning into an insane Alice-in-Wonderland nightmare, as the rate of change continues to accelerate exponentially, this is a sure sign that now is the time for us to wake up.

Note: Verbally demanding respect is unnecessary when our noble actions command it. (DWH)

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