(Phillip J. Watt) When we live in a scarcity-based system it’s easy to believe that having abundance is near impossible, but that’s just because we’ve probably got the wrong idea of what true abundance actually is.
by Phillip J. Watt, December 27th, 2016
The ideologies that dominate our societal landscape – particularly operationally – have skewed our collective view on what’s important and what’s not. For example, our materialistic culture which has been deceived by the debunked pop philosophy of the same name has generated a plethora of issues which have distracted the masses from aligning with natural law, divine values and their true nature.
- enslavement to debt;
- vanity and an obsession with one’s image;
- fighting to just survive;
- intergenerational poverty;
- poverty of the mind and heart;
- addictions to sugar, nutrition-scarce food, gambling, legal and illegal drugs etc;
- obsessive fixations on other people’s lives, including celebrities;
- unhealthy competition with each other;
- greed and an imbalanced sense of entitlement;
- a scarce sense of selflessness;
- a deep ignorance of how reality works;
- the quest for false power (control over others); and
- poor physical, emotional, psychological, philosophical, behavioral, social, relationship, creative and spiritual health.