MOONBEARSPEAK said
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Is there such a thing as a mental/psychic procedure designed or devised for the purpose of transforming and sanitizing the pathological personality of an undesirable thoughtform?

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Yes there is such a procedure. But it requires a strong commitment and sustained willpower. As this is known in many spiritual traditions, any negative energy can be transmuted into a positive one. For example, whenever you begin to feel enraged about someone, and you IMMEDIATELY change this feeling into serenity and peace of mind no matter how irritating the situation is, then the more you do this, the more the negative thoughtform you have created will begin to change and become positive, so that all curses will be transformed into blessings. The key is to get a proper emotional management by not granting our negative emotions the opportunity to grow and negatively charge the thoughtforms we create but rather to quickly replace those emotions with the positive ones and the thoughtform will automatically change as well. The result will and can only be beneficial.

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But is money our enemy? Since money evolved, one could almost say, naturally, out of the need for a more efficient method of barter and exchange, within a progressive social order, the indicated problem seems to be not so much the pathological personality of the money thoughtform, as the pathological greed, selfishness, hatred, competition, elitism and so on, to which you refer, John-Ly, that have arisen within the human ethos or character. The clock cannot be turned back, so it seems we are stuck with the money monster.
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Money per se is not the enemy because it is neutral, and it is not what I was trying to attack here. In fact, I am probably one of the last people in this world who can adopt the catholic philosophy which kind of say “money is evil, so love poverty give to the church all your money and remain poor in order to gain the kingdom of heaven, so that we (the priests, the bishops, the popes, etc) can afford to live in scandalous luxury”.

At this point in time, nobody can really say that he can dispense of money. Even monks in the deserts need money to acquire some basic necessities of life. Just as the last poster (anushri) has remarked, it is not the physical money but rather the way the Money thoughtform has degenerated and has infected so many people with its pathological character, that raises many causes for concern about the future of this world. We may be the ones who created the Money thoughtform, but once created, it becomes independent and autonomous and can actually turn the dynamic by controlling every aspect of our lives and destroy the fabric of our societies (which is now the case, especially in hardcore capitalist societies). Nowadays, people are no longer valued as individual with divine rights, but are rather valued according to how much their bank account weight, and this is something that should be the cause of much consternation to every reasonable person with a working conscience.

I believe that everybody on this planet should have everything they need (not necessarily everything they want) to sustain their lives and allow them to develop and expand in every way they can. I mean here things like food, shelter, clothing, education and leisure time. Anyone who thinks that this utopia is unworkable and impossible to achieve is only buying to the narrative propagated by those few privileged elites controlling the resource of this planet and who wish to perpetuate their mastership and keep the rest of us as their slaves. The truth is that the world currently has the resources and technology to provide all those necessities to ALL its inhabitants and not just keep it as an exclusive right of some few privileged families.

So it is possible and feasible to build a great civilization that does not necessarily revolve around money. In fact, the irony is that money does not even exist in reality! Not only because it is an abstract idea of wealth conventionally represented by paper notes and coins, but most of what we call money nowadays is not even tangible but is only a stream of electronic data transfers! But of course, we cannot get rid of it at this time yet so we must still endure all its cruelties. All we have to do for now is to keep our minds open and explore possible alternatives to the current money system.

I do not really wish to go any deeper into this subject of money distribution for now because it can get very frustrating and revolting. To avoid risking to digress from the current subject, I would like to first distance myself from the false dichotomy of “evil Communism Vs sacro-saint Capitalism” which often comes up whenever there is a discussion of money. I am neither a Communist nor a Capitalist. But I firmly believe that normal humans are naturally social beings, and as such, only a REAL socialist system can cater to their common needs. The current dominant system (i.e. capitalism) which allows only a selected few to grab everything for themselves and deny the vast majority of human beings with even the most basic necessities is immoral, unethical, unstable, and unsustainable in the long run. We constantly see people ruthlessly competing in order to rise the social ladder by accumulating things they don’t even need or which they will discard in a very short period of time. It is no longer a matter of having one’s needs met, but rather a matter of getting above the others and keeping them down. What sort of a sick world are we really in? Could it be that we are already in hell but we just don’t know it yet? LOL.

The ideal situation is to have a healthy and a sane world is for everyone to have everything they need whenever they needs it. When they no longer need those things, they should release them so that others who need those things may use them. How would you justify for instance the fact of one person owning three or four mansions for himself which he doesn’t even live in, while nearby there are plenty of people living in slums and many other who are homeless. Not so long I was invited to a wedding party of an old friend of mine whose parents are very wealthy, and they organized a sort of a banquet, with so much food and drinks on the tables you could not even begin to count. What troubled me was that at the end of the party, all the leftovers (which by my observation I estimated to be about 60% of the food) was immediately thrown in the bins! Not even animals were allowed to eat those very fine food thrown. I don’t know if dogs and cats these days do get sick from eating nice and fresh leftovers. But never mind, my thoughts went more to those starving and undernourished kids I have met in the Middle East last year (Lebanon and Jordan refugee camps mostly) and in some parts of Africa. How much of those wasted money and food could help alleviate the heartbreaking suffering, hunger and deprivation that the people in those places are currently enduring!

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No one person – no small group of people can, alone, significantly change this situation. Ipso facto it would require a larger number of people to strip this scourge of its power. Are we back to SYNMED?
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I wouldn’t personally like to dwell in that fatalistic mindset. Things can and will change, and the clock can be turned back. It is simply a matter of when. Our job is to prepare NOW the condition for things to change in the future, even if we may not be alive to see them materialize. And it is not at all necessary for every single person on this planet to be awakened and to challenge the system and get things moving. That is simply impossible. As sad and as shocking as this may be, the fact is that the vast majority of people on this planet are (or behave) more or less like biological drones, having a semblance of autonomy but actually being directed from afar by influences they do not know or understand. All it takes to ignite the fire of political revolution and social change is simply to have enough awakened and determined individuals who dedicate their lives in the cause of elevating humanity’s consciousness. When that number reaches a critical threshold, this world as we know it will be transformed and change radically. As for the masses of drones mentioned above (who are busy twitting and taking selfies all days long), they will simply go with the flow (or will perish) because they have no will of their own.