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Monday, November 26, 2012

Creating A New Paradigm

All the darkness of the world cannot put out the light of a single

By Want To Team
Monday, November 26, 2012

The Old Paradigm

Together, we are creating a new paradigm on Earth.

Yet in order to give meaningful suggestions to further support
this, we first need to speak candidly about the old paradigm.

It appears that there are factions within the world's power elite
which still desire to exert as much control as possible over the

Their primary means for establishing control are through promoting
fear, secrecy, and polarization, and through distracting people from
their deeper purpose in life.

When these factions gain greater power and control, our freedoms
and liberties are increasingly taken away, sometimes without our
even realizing it.

Fear is used as a powerful tool of control by these factions of the
global elite.

"The terrorists want to kill us all. Your job, home, and retirement
are no longer secure. You are either for us or against us. We might
be attacked at any time."

All of these messages push us towards fear.

And by encouraging us to focus blame on others such as terrorists
and "evil" leaders, the global power brokers push us away from
feeling in control of our lives and towards the role of powerless
victims, so that we look to them for protection.

The more we slip into fear and being victims, the easier it is for us
to be manipulated.

Secrecy leads to control through preventing the exposure of hidden
agendas, and through breeding distrust, suspicion, and paranoia in
the world.

In the name of "national security," we have been told ever more
frequently that we should not know what is happening behind closed
doors in government.

Yet we are encouraged to keep vigilant watch over our neighbors,
over those who question the government, and over those who
look or act different from us, as they could secretly be terrorists
in sheep's clothing.

Rampant suspicion and secrecy cause us to lose touch with the
common humanity we share with all around us.

Polarization leads to "us vs. them" ways of thinking.

Divide and conquer is a tactic that has been used successfully
by the power elite of the world for centuries.

As long as people focus on blaming and attacking "the enemy,"
they are not likely to look for the deeper causes of their

Controlling factions of the power elite work to keep public and media
attention focused on issues which divide us into two polarized camps,
so that their greatest concerns of power and control go unnoticed.

The power brokers then control both sides of the divided public by
assuring that corporate ownership of the media and key candidates
from all political parties support their deeper power and polarization
agendas, which often involve war profiteering.

A final subtle, yet powerful method of gaining control is to distract
people from their purpose in life.

Consider that television, radio, and movies have been filled with
ever more greed, violence, and empty sex.

Our educational system has increasingly prioritized passing tests
over developing intelligence and creativity.

Excessive corporate control of the media has limited what news
we receive, and often shaped our decisions and the way we think.

Our attention has been subtly diverted from our deeper purpose
in life to the more superficial attractions of sex, consumerism,
and money.

When we succumb to fear, secrecy, and polarization, and when we
lose touch with our sense of purpose in life, elements of the global
elite are able to exert ever more control over our lives and world.

The New Paradigm

What can we do about all this?

Ultimately, it is the collective fear, secrecy, polarization, and loss
of purpose within all of us that has allowed leaders to take power
who would subvert democracy, and who would take away our
freedoms and liberties.

By each one of us making a commitment to work on these issues
both inside of ourselves and out in the world, and to inspire others
to do the same, we are changing our collective direction and building
a solid foundation for a new paradigm. Several actions can help us to
take firm steps in that direction.

Develop purpose and intentions for your life.

To live full, rich lives in today's complex world, it's vitally important to give your life clear direction by exploring what is deepest and most meaningful to you, and by developing life purpose and intentions based on this.

Then choose to live your intentions and follow your purpose to the best of your ability every day.

By choosing to live with clear direction and focus, life becomes deeper and more meaningful.

This then weakens the seduction of consumerism and media hype which distract us from our purpose, and allows us to more effectively focus on creating a new paradigm.

Choose to transform fear into acceptance and love.

When we notice ourselves feeling fear, we can trace the roots of
that fear, so that we are able to identify our core challenges and
deal more consciously with them.

We can open to guidance from friends, teachers, and spiritual sources in helping us to move from fear to acceptance and understanding.

We can also transform our fears through welcoming the ever-present love of our divine creator, and the love that lies always deep within our own hearts, and in the hearts of those around us.

In doing this, we begin to recognize fear as an invitation to growth.

Become aware of when you are playing the role of victim, and choose
instead to take personal responsibility for creating a new paradigm.

In blaming others for our problems, we often avoid taking
responsibility for how much we are involved in creating these
problems through the choices we make.

Whenever we catch ourselves playing the role of victim by blaming
others (including the power elite) for everything that's wrong in our
lives, we can choose to take a look inside ourselves, and to explore
and take responsibility for our role in what's happening.

By focusing less on blaming others, and more on improving
ourselves, every one of us can make a difference both in our
lives and in our world.

Avoid secrecy and encourage openness and transparency.

An important way we can do this is to work together to inform
friends and colleagues about the major cover-ups being hidden
from the public.

Then in our personal lives, when we notice ourselves keeping
information from others, we can examine our motives for this

Are we withholding information out of our own self-interest, or
because this is really what's best for all involved?

And on a deeper level, where are we avoiding being honest with

Move beyond polarization and the focus on "good vs. evil" and
"us vs. them."

Consider the possibility that all of us are doing what we believe
to be right based upon our beliefs, circumstances, and upbringing.

Each of us has a place in our heart that wants only to love and
be loved.

As we focus less on blaming and judging "them" and more on
supporting the highest motive in all people, including members
of the power elite, we increasingly come to see that we are all
one human family, and that we can choose to transform our world
by working together for the good of all.

And finally, come together in groups and communities to
support each other in making these positive changes.

In these groups and communities, we support each other
in transforming fear into acceptance and love.

We exchange information about all that is being hidden from us
and explore ways to move beyond polarization.

We also share our life purpose and intentions and encourage each
other to live these as fully as we can and we inspire each other to
take responsibility for our lives and to be the best that we can be.

When we gather in community to support each other in these
intentions, we join in building a growing network of inspiration
and empowerment around the planet.

These suggestions emphasize changing the collective consciousness
of the world by transforming both our own personal lives and the
world around us.

Let us do all that we can to stop destructive behaviors of the
global power elite.

Yet let us not overly focus on changing the outside world without
first having a solid internal foundation, lest we fall into blaming
others, and into the polarizing "us vs. them" ways which only
further divide us.

By reminding ourselves that the most powerful change starts
inside each one of us, we can develop more balance and
strength to then work towards positive change out in the world.

As we change ourselves from the inside out, we send ripples of
inspiration and healing out into the world.

By joining together in groups and communities to support each
other in this, those ripples become waves which are powerfully
helping to create a new paradigm for all of us.

The Want To Team is composed of researchers and
concerned citizens from around the globe dedicated to empowering
transformation of our lives and world. Some of these team members
have written key books which are summarized on this website, while
others have sent valuable information revealing major cover-ups.

All are courageous citizens who venture where many dare not go.
We share a deep commitment to inspiring us all to work together
to strengthen democracy, and to build a brighter future for us all.

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