Michael Moore in Madison

I didn’t see this speech in person, and overall I’m somewhat ambivalent about Michael Moore. On the one hand, I admire his ability to research and reveal. On the other hand, I find a lot of emphasis on outrage, “gotcha journalism” and fear. I do like this speech, though, because it not only points out the problem, but also invites and invokes solutions.

I feel that way about most “conspiracy theory.” Most of the things that so-called conspiracy folks shout or whisper about have trickled into me via intuition, dreams and premonitions, especially since my brain injury, but even before that. I purposely isolated myself from major news media or “paranoid” radio shows because I felt some negative, brainwashing tendencies; however, the information found me in other ways. I have rarely spoken to others about my own personal take on our world, and certainly not publicly, not because I didn’t have opinions/theories/senses of my own — but rather because I DID. To say I have spent decades feeling uncomfortable and oftentimes hopping mad would be an understatement. In my own efforts to help raise the vibe of this planet, I did not feel comfortable speaking about such things until I had come to a peaceful, effective means of transmuting the information into something useful and different. Something that I would love to see in the world.

After much meditating, my own past life work on myself, healing, portal painting, and recognition of how to reprogram the subconscious, I’ve come to a point in my life where I feel celebratory about all of the behind-the-scenes operations. When things get pushed too far one way, they snap back in the other direction, eventually balancing out somewhere natural.

I’ve begun sharing more of this information on my blog and Facebook, because the energies of this planet and our Universe currently support massive human evolution. We have agency in how that unfolds. Rather than getting stuck in the negativity of revelations (and perhaps of Revelations), I find it useful to know what we’re dealing with in order to create effective strategies. Abraham-Hicks talks about the value of “negative creation” or of challenges in that they reveal “what you do not want.” We can get stuck in what we don’t want, or we can use those realizations as spring boards for discerning and manifesting what we do want.

Before the following videos, I will leave you with another quote from Abraham, one which feels especially relevant to our times:

“Those who are mostly observers thrive in good times but suffer in bad times because what they are observing is already vibrating, and as they observe it, they include it in their vibrational countenance; and as they include it, the Universe accepts that as their point of attraction — and gives them more of the essence of it. So, for an observer, the better it gets, the better it gets; or the worse it gets, the worse it gets. However, one who is a visionary thrives in ALL times.” ~Abraham

Just as in healing on a personal level, brutal self-honesty can lead to action and amazing change, healing on this planet may demand the conscious recognition of some unpleasant circumstances. But … we need not remain in those circumstances. We can, collectively and as individuals, create an alternate reality. When enough of us admit and announce that “The Emperor has no clothes!” we can freely and joyfully build a more natural, joyful, abundant world around us. Namaste. For real. 🙂

For another, more humorous take on Wall Street, feel free to check out this little video from The Daily Show.

I have adopted the commercial motto, “Don’t get just get mad; get glad.” The mischievous faery and artist in me loves this chance to work around restrictions, find the love and create something beautiful out of things less enticing. It’s not unlike turning dirty, ugly, old doors into portals, now, is it?

7 responses to this post.

  1. Namaste girlfriend!

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  2. Posted by Dawn Vierra on March 8, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    BRAVO!!!! It’s gaining momentum the idea of “the emperor has no clothes on” isn’t it? Thank you for this post Laura.

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  3. Posted by Mindy on March 8, 2011 at 11:27 pm

    Excellent post, Laura. I love your faery take on the world. Bring it on!

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  4. Posted by laurabruno on March 8, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    Thanks, everyone!

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  5. You always sum it up in the ‘nearly there’ fashion which makes the reader hold on to your say, till the very end, and that makes for an interesting read! i am totally your fan! great work! 😀

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  6. thanks Laura, now I don’t have to write anything .. I can just say “me too” and point out your blogpost 😉 Love you ❤

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  7. […] I came up with the idea right after the “historic” budget passed in Congress. What’s historic about heisting more money from the middle class, destroying EPA regulations, preserving corporate money and the military-industrial complex? Um, not much! Business as usual among BigBanks and the corporation known as the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. (Yes, not only are corporations now considered “persons,” but our “country” is not really a government, but rather a corporation. It’s the reason all the Birther arguments about Obama’s citizenship may not actually matter. While it would be illegal for a non-citizen to be president of the country, being president of the corporation is perfectly legal. All this quibbling really distracts from the deeper issue plaguing America and most of the rest of the world — the systematic transfer of all wealth, power and resources from sovereign individuals into the hands of a few. Indeed, as former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura reveals, feudalism is very much alive in 2011.) As Michael Moore reminded the world when he came to speak in Madison, “America is not broke!” […]

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