Moral Relativism: The Foundation for a Hostile Takeover

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Moral relativism is the belief that sends the message, “that which is true for me may not be true for you”; it is a subjective view of truth, and not an objective view of truth. If moral relativism is how we should live, and there is no right or wrong, then by extension, humans do not have rights either, because there are no wrongs that can be done against them. You cannot believe that we all have […] Read more »

Beyond Boundaries: Why we Unconsciously Create the Need for Them

Beyond Boundaries: Why we Unconsciously Create the Need for Them

In previous videos we discussed what boundaries are and are not, and tapped out misunderstandings in regards to them. However, in this video, we discuss the limiting belief pattern that makes boundaries a necessity to our survival, and then we generically tap on the belief. Deep down, the chaos in the world around us, and especially in those close to us, bothers us–for it reminds us of us. So we find ways to disconnect from, […] Read more »

How to Neutralize Conflict


The best way we’ve found to deal with any supposed atrocity, supposed because there is always a duality of good vs evil, us vs them, freedom vs security, chaos vs order, and yin vs yang in all conflicts, is to realize how you are the yang (order/good) and honor it, and realize how you are the yin (chaos/evil), and honor it too. I am the evil I perceive, and I am the good that I […] Read more »

Balancing the Freedom and Security Wounds

Balanced scale with a man and woman

In earlier posts, we mentioned that we work almost exclusively with the two duality wounds, “freedom” and “security”, and how the freedom wound relates to “chaos”, and that the security wound represents “order” from the yin/yang symbol.  We’re going to develop that a bit now. There are two areas in which people will act out their particular wound within them, greed/sacrifice and lust/jealousy; which are the split up halves of abundance and satisfaction accordingly.  Stereotypically, women tend […] Read more »

Resistance is Futile

When it comes to avoiding the reality of what is, as the Borg from Star Trek would say, “resistance” really “is futile”. Resisting a pattern and reality is just the other side of the same coin of impulsively acting upon a pattern, they are two halves of the same whole; a sliding dualistic scale of good vs evil, us vs them, security vs freedom, moral vs immoral, and victim vs villain. You can’t just positive […] Read more »