This is the beginning of my Denism Book.
“The spiral of life begins with love and living in balance and harmony with the flow of energy of the universe and nature. Our challenge is to learn to live happily in love, balance and harmony with one another in nature. Let’s change how we think and behave and help save our world for our children.”
“May you live in Love, Balance and Harmony!”
By: Denis Moore
“Denism” Preface “
Let the voiceless ones be heard.” “Listen to the wisdom of the universe.” “Listen to nature.” “Listen to your ancestors.” “Listen to your children.” “Listen to me for I speak for them.” Denism’s is an attempt to raise awareness and consciousness of everyone on the planet. Thus bring about a much needed paradigm shift. It is a natural way of thinking and a hands-on movement to help save our world. Denism is based on the teachings of Denis Moore who was born in 1958 in Northern Rhodesia, now known as Zambia. These teaching are answers to Denis’ unrelenting questing and his personal quest to discover the truth; about nature, society, our world and universe. Through which he gained knowledge, awareness, consciousness and wisdom.
Although Denis is a marine engineer, a teacher, a captain and world traveler, much of the inspiration thoughts and ideas came to him while being one with nature, in meditative states, day dreaming and lucid dreaming. Denis often thinks of himself more as a channel, an encoder and a facilitator or teacher. With all of these techniques he has developed a unique sustainable harmonious way of thinking and being for future generations to live by. With all of this he shows you ways in which you can change your way of life to help save our world.
About the author
- Let me use my Toast Masters ice-breaker speech titled “Imagine” to introduce myself: Let me use your imaginations to introduce myself. Many years ago my philosophy professor Ivan Bart proposed that: “we are the totality of our life’s experiences”. If this is true – to properly introduce myself I will have to describe all my life’s experiences in four to six minutes – which would present a problem that would require a creative solution.
• I could describe some of the most influential experiences of my life in a short story.
• However, they say a picture paints a thousand words.
• How many words do your imaginations paint?
So let’s use your imaginations to fill in what I leave out to make up for so few words and so little time. Imagine and see through my eyes:
I am at home in South Africa on the South East Coast of Natal in a place called Umtsinsini in 1968. I’m 10 years old. Walking down a Bush tunnel pathway towards the beach I marvel at the beauty of the pristine natural tropical bush. Strolling out onto the white sandy beach, I breathing in the fresh air, I feel warm sunlight on my shoulders. I see the beautiful blue ocean and feel the warm sand beneath my feet. I walk down to the water’s edge where the warm water laps against my feet. It is spring low tide – exposing the rocks; and the wonder world of rock pools.
So I step from rock to rock as crabs scurry sideways, out of reach. I See: limpets sucked tightly to the rocks. Looking into a rock pools I see: spiky black sea urchins; I touch yellow and purple enenomies that closes on my finger tip. Gazing into a pool, I see the beautiful colored tropical fish and an almost transparent brown dogfish darting in and out of its cave. I reach in a rock pool and pull out a camouflaged octopus – it wraps it tentacles around my arm, then I remember its beak shaped mouth, and put it back in the water. It squirts out back ink as it backs away.
Moving further out on the rocks, I step as lightly as possible over the sharp muscles and onto the soft carpets of green, orange and purple sponges that squirt out water as I go.
I lower myself into a waist deep gully and begin to snorkel seeing schools of fish, coral sea ferns and crayfish feelers… as I begin to swim in the womb of the ocean… I swim for hours
Eventually growing tired I get out and walk on along the beach... Coming to a lagoon where the magnificent purple, blue, orange, red and yellow feathered kingfishers swoop down to catch fish. The ligavans (iguanas) lay warming themselves in the sunlight, on the rocks, with emotionless eyes.
I follow the path to a waterfall... And standing under it I wash away the salt crystals that had formed on my body. I’m seventeen now: I lay down on a rock, feeling the warm sun streaming through the canopy. Letting my arm hang down I feel my fingertips touch the cool water and feel an electrical shiver through my body. I lay there in a meditative state and become more conscious and hear the sounds of the frogs and the crickets and the birds and the bees identifying one at a time. I hear a buck nearby moving in the undergrowth. Eventually awakening myself...
I am twenty three now: Warm, rested, and relaxed, I walk on through the bush, stopping to dig for tubers, picking: greens, fruit, berries, form the forest; eventually reaching a clearing and the place where my family live.
The children are sitting at the feet of the elders, who are telling stories, passing on the wisdom of the tribe. The children see me and come running up to me happily laughing and excited to see what I have brought home.
Our tribe is a loving, giving, caring, compassionate tribe that lives in harmony with nature and all others.
Although I used a bit of artistic license I did not have to use my imagination give this talk, I experienced it myself… And these are some of the most influential experiences of my life, and the tribe that helped raise me.
They call me Inkosan, you can call me Denis. “I see you” and thank you for letting me introduce myself to you.
Thank you Madam Toastmaster.
Who is Denis Moore?
“I was the youngest son of four children born to nature loving parents who separated when I was twelve. There after having little to no parental guidance. I learned early on to be take responsibility for my own life. Born in Zambia central Africa and growing up with cow dung between my toes on a subsistence farm on the foot hills of the Drakensberg mountains and later surfing in the warm waters of the east coast of South Africa, I lived and breathed nature but was always searching for more.
From very young I dreamed that there would be someone who could honestly answer my questions about life, not to control me and use me but just tell me the truth for the truth’s sake. I realized early on that those in power, preachers and teachers with their agendas could not be relied upon to tell the truth. I was always asking questions like: “Can you prove there is a God?” “If there is a god, show me your god?” “Why would a loving God make me suffer kneeling on a hard wooden plank and a drawn out speech from an old man in a gown I didn’t know or believe, while the surf was breaking clean glassy six foot tubes; that God I was told had created himself and he had given me the skill to ride?” Either he did not exist or someone was lying to me. This question posed to my mother got me sent off to boarding school.
As an adult I lived in this world of lies and deception and denial, where the indoctrinated believe what the religions, science, governments, corporations and the rich and powerful want them to believe. On my life’s journey I also became lost or shall I say schooled in the values and belief system of our society and its way of life. After finishing school, I studied marine engineering, then education to become a teacher. I then became an entrepreneur building a screen printing business with my wife Sharon. Somewhere in the process I had lost my connection to nature and became a technocrat just like most of us do in western society. Surviving in this world became an internal fight every day to be true to myself. So I began to question again and in the process I began awakening, becoming more aware and conscious.
Eventually at the age of 27 my wife Sharon, a friend Andrew and I began a serious journey to discover the truth. This eventually became my own personal quest to answer all the questions I needed answered. Including life’s eternal questions: What are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? How did we get here? What is the meaning or purpose of life? And so on. Having travelled a long life on this quest for the truth I have uncovered a lot and learned a lot about myself, our world, our society, many religions, science, politics, nature, the world and universe.
In the process I have uncovered an amazing wisdom that is hidden form all of those raised and conditioned into western society. Having learned all of this it has become my responsibility to continue seeking the truth and my honor to teach it to others what I have learned, so we will all know the real truth.” This quest helped me uncover my life’s purpose my dharma: to learn and teach this new way of life to help save our world for our children and all of nature that remains. My life’s purpose or dharma.
Just out of curiosity, I have never done this research before, but let’s look at my star signs. Wow! It is mind blowing to see how accurately the star signs describe: my nature, personality, behavior and my life’s purpose or dharma.
My personal motivations and values: I have been motivated my whole life to search for the truth. I was born to learn about nature, to quest for the truth and to teach. Being motivated to teach others out of love, respect and appreciation for everyone and all of nature. I have been on my own unique quest for the truth, not falling into existing belief systems or paradigms; while gathering what is true from where ever I found it.
I am a dog in the Chinese calendar: http://pages.infinit.net/garrick/chinese/dog.html Words that describe the dog: honest, faithful, sincere, honorable, righteous, against injustice, intelligent, caring, good listener, loyal, profound, sense of duty, good mood, take everything seriously, possible occupations: educator, critic, doctor, priest, captain of industry. He is a profound and often original spokesman. As we all know a dog is a great example of unconditional love.
I am also a Sagittarian in the signs of the Zodiac (an archer man with a horse’s body): http://www.astrology.com/sagittarius-sun-sign-zodiac-signs/2-d-d-66948 Words and excerpts that describe a Sagittarian: Truth seekers, travelers, in search of knowledge fuels broad minded approach to life. Keenly interested in philosophy “and religion and they find that these disciplines aid their internal quest.” A Sagittarian wants to know the meaning of life. Archer represents Sagittarians, Centaur (half man half beast) flings the arrows. Centaurs were the intellectuals of ancient Roman mythology. Clear thinkers, choosing to look at the big picture most of the time, blunt, tactless, listeners, enthusiastic, consumers of information, enthusiastic in general. Ruled by Jupiter. In ancient Roman times Jupiter was the king of the Gods. Generous and just – much like a noble leader. Expansive in their thoughts and approach. “forever reaching for knowledge understanding and answers” “outspoken in their beliefs”, unflinching optimism, lucky and smart. “While the process of exploration is what fuels Sagittarians (and translating that to others as a teacher and philosopher)” Element-fire, action adventure and hopeful conclusions. Love their physicality, athletic, stamina. Life …is played full–on, which is why it’s chock-full of experiences. Archers are outgoing, enthusiastic. Their words serve to inspire others. Straight-ahead folks who are curious, spiritual and true believers, attract other, great sense of fun, confident. Athleticism playful. “The great strength of the Sagittarius-born is their philosophical, wide-open and curious nature. These folks seek both knowledge and truth, and they are eager to share their explorations with others. Their optimistic and generous spirit makes them a pleasure to have around.” Go to the websites for better descriptions. I just pecked at them. It is amazing how true I am to these principles in my everyday life. In a world of choice, were we create our own reality, my underlying personality/essential nature seems to be my guiding force. Wow!
I watch as conventional agriculture kills our planet with monocultures displacing all life in its path, plowing washing away our precious topsoil, fertilizers causing algae blooms that use up the oxygen in our rivers and oceans and killing fish, the herbicides and pesticides are killing all ‘competing’ plants, insect life, bacterial life and plankton in our oceans. I watch as these foundations of life are destroyed in the name of corporate profits.
I watch as we consume all of the worlds ‘resources’, like all of the trees and animals in the jungles and the fish in the oceans and ‘fossil fuels’, as if there is no tomorrow. I watch cities grow and over populate. I watch the wars driven by oil. I watch empires grow on the energy of our survival kit of our life-raft/our planet in the ocean of space. If we burn all of the fossilized energy we have available in storage in the earth’s crust and consume all of the energy of other living beings on the land and in the ocean, what will we do when it is all gone? What will happen if we have another ice age and we have no wood to burn and no fossil fuels to burn to keep us warm? What happens when all the reserves are gone? What happens when our economic systems collapse?
Think about where you live on the planet and then take away oil and coal and natural gas. Then think about how you are going to survive. These are not endless ‘resources’ to be used up irresponsibly. I see the wars and the expansion of demand and excessive consumption are all driven by unsustainable resources that will run out. Already we are looking at there being no commercial fishing from 2050 onwards.
The jungles of the world are being driven back at an ever increasing rate. The Ice caps are melting. Glaciers that provide water for huge regions are receding at unbelievable rates. In the Congolese jungles wild life is being driven towards extinction by commercial logging and through people hunting for ‘bush meat’ because their fishing catches are too small to feed the population; which is caused by commercial over fishing by foreign countries in their waters.
Our way of life is obviously unsustainable. I recently traveled up and down the Caribbean volcanic island chain and discovered that their relatively small coral reefs were fished out. I also found out that many of the restaurants and resorts were corporately owned. Then I looked at the populations of people that lived on the islands and at how few grew their own food. Then I looked at the seasonal nature of much of their businesses because of summer hurricane season. Then the tourism the mega yacht industry and the cruise shipping industry that drives their economies. Then I asked the question what will happen to these people on these over populated islands when oil runs out or when it becomes too expensive for the average person on the islands? Well it is obvious they will have to leave or die in huge numbers.
Then I came back to America and I looked at the numbers of people living in cities/concrete jungles/deserts/dead-zones I realized that they could not grow enough food to support their populations in the cities. Again I asked myself the question: “So what would happen if oil stopped flowing or became too expensive for the average American? Which I know will happen soon. Well, the variety of food would stop coming from all over the world to sustain these people abstract lives.
Conventional agriculture will stop producing the huge quantities of bad food. Mechanized food production will stop. Of course this might be a process of change where only the rich can afford food while the rest starve. But eventually it will be the fate of all of us.
So I went on to think about all of the effort people have been putting into building these cities which would be useless, because people would have to leave them all behind. If they wanted to survive, they would have to return to the land.
Then I thought about the loss of topsoil through ‘conventional agriculture’ and realized that moving back onto the land would take two to four years, and in some cases much more time, to of reestablishing healthy topsoil to ensure sufficient production. Then I thought about the herbicides and pesticides that are killing our biodiversity and people trying to grow the variety of crops they need to survive. Then I thought of the monocultures that occupy the lands and the lack of variety that would be needed to support all of the population. We cannot live on corn or wheat or sugar cane alone.
I then thought about how much time it takes for one to grow a sustainable complex eco-system. Some fruit bearing trees take at least 14 years to grow. Then I thought about the only way to survive would be to begin to build those bridges to the future now before we run out of the ‘energy reserves’ because it will be a lot harder later. It reminded me of the pilgrims that came to America on those first ships and did not have the knowledge and the stored energy reserves to survive through the winter.
The winter of no ‘free resources’ is almost upon us, do we do what is necessary for survival or do we wait until it is too late? I realized that unless we change now from this corporate controlled state and the monoculture production the whole continent of America is a monoculture dead-zone.
Then I realized the way capitalistic corporate interests are being spread around the world, by imperialism and military actions, they are creating more and more of these dead-zones/deserts for all life forms but their crops. I realized that most of our world is going to be in a state of environmental collapse and most humans will not survive and most life on this planet will not survive either.
Our only hope is to change our way of life and to build bridges to the future, NOW. There is only one sustainable resource and that is the incoming energy from the sun and universe. So we have no choice but to stop using up our reserves and begin to capture the incoming energy. The major processors of energy are the wind, weather, oceans, waves, currents and life in the oceans. On the land it is wind, direct sunlight – heat and light and other frequencies and all life – bacteria, plant, insects and animal life. We need to stop the insanity.
We need to stop the corporate machine. We need to stop the capitalistic machine. We need to stop the imperialistic machine. We need to protect what we have left of nature and We need to go back to the land.
We need to nurture the ecosystems that: capture the suns energy; sequester carbon from the atmosphere; produce an oxygen rich atmosphere; feed us; clean our rivers and streams; feed the biodiversity hold onto our precious topsoil; act as natural air conditioning; increase rainfall; filter our water and hold onto water and prevent flooding… not only for us to survive but to improve our quality of life. We need to fix what we have broken in nature. We must invest in nature the provider of life. ---
“We the people of our current institutionalized world are on a train racing towards the cliff of extinction and it is time to get off that train before it is too late!” “May we choose love, balance and harmony to provide a wonderful future for our children.” This is an attempt to save ourselves and our world for our children.
To do this we need to change the way we think our values and beliefs and our way of life. These teachings are based on universal and natural wisdom that the universe and nature were built upon. It is the wisdom that all wild animals and indigenous groups of people lived by on the land to sustain life. It is the wisdom of nature that worked together from the first signs of photosynthesis 4 billion years ago to the rich oxygen atmosphere that supported other life forms. It is the wisdom of our ancestors. It is the wisdom that all natural livings things in the organism of life on this planet worked towards through uncountable generations to build up to our lives without which we would not exist.
If we apply these principles to our everyday lives we will save our world for our children and live happy and contented lives. Abstract Institutionalized thought dominates our societal way of thinking and thus way of life which influences our choices to create the type of societies we live in and how we behave in our world towards one another and nature.
Much of the dominant institutionalized thought is this blind unthinking immoral force that is killing our world. These institutions are in many cases headed by immoral CEOs with their eyes on profits and growth. And even if you put someone in charge who wanted to change the direction of an institution he would more than likely make little to no difference. The reasons for this are: that the fundamental values and beliefs of that institution are so embedded in the institution and in the minds of all of the people that make up the institution. And the institutions have defense mechanisms that protect the institutions from change. President Obama is a prime example – he might have had grand ideas but the system will not let him change it. It is almost impossible to change an institution from the top down. You have to change the hearts and minds of the people within them. You have to change their values and beliefs and thus their behavior. Or dismantle the institution and start again with different values and beliefs.
The most dominant institutions are monetary, capitalistic and imperialistic institutions. These institutions are powered by the people’s energy. They are managed and run by the people. However they are mainly controlled by capitalistic and imperialistic interests. Which are the interests of privately owned corporations that are managed by extremely well paid chief executive officers CEOs and mostly owned by a few super rich and powerful people of our world. Many of the foundational values and beliefs on which the institutions stand are the values and beliefs of religions. These religious values and beliefs are also the foundations on which our society is built and dominate and control our lives in our societies.
Religions are thought control institutions that’s purpose is to influence and control people to achieve a certain purpose. These religious institutions tend to dominate and influence many of the other institutions to have the same or similar values and beliefs. Believers living in religious dominated societies often support these institutions. So it is obvious that they build their newer institutions with the same foundations as their religion. Newton was a father in his church, just like many other influential religious scientists his way of thinking was influenced by his beliefs. The beginnings of institutions are sometimes founded on paradigm shifting ways of thinking; which are not necessarily beneficial to all people and nature. These paradigm shifts are usually a shift in fundamental thoughts on which values and beliefs are based. The institutions being built on these values and beliefs are not in a hurry to change because it would upset the very foundations of the institution and might mean the collapse of the whole institution. This makes these institutions immune to change.
Looking back at history, at various times people came up with a paradigm shifting philosophies. These people were people like Moses, Jesus, Copernicus, Galileo, Newton and Einstein. These historic paradigm shifts changed the way people perceive the universe and the world and their place in it. They changed people’s thoughts and the way they lived in the world and this caused the people to change the course of history. However there was no philosophy as enduring as Moses’s. In the beginning his philosophy helped a select few people benefit at the expense of others and nature. As his philosophy spread throughout history, it benefited those who subscribed to it, at the expense of others and nature. Now it is a dominant world force it is still doing the same thing.
In our modern history the philosophy of Moses, no matter how disharmonious, has been the most dominant and influential. It is the foundational way of thinking of most of the dominant institutions of western society. And even although Jesus tried to change the course of history Moses’s philosophy dominated. Even with Copernicus, Galileo, Michelson Morley, Einstein and many other scientists proving the untruths of Moses’s way of thinking they had an effect but did not change the dominant course of the institutionalized philosophy of Moses.
Science tried to be real and objective to change the ethereal ways of thinking to what is true in nature and provable. They had some impact but still did not change the dominance of values and beliefs of Moses. The dominant institutions use the values and beliefs of Moses: Fear; Domination; Belief in one god - to extend their power base and the increased centralization of power; blind belief; segregation/divide and rule/you are with us or against us – borders and fences; absolutism – simple back and white, good and evil heaven and hell; elitism – “we are the chosen ones” “we are Christians you are pagans heathens”; control of nature; above and separate from nature; ownership of land; entitlement; plunder...
The dominant institutions are forcing their agenda: killing our natural world; warring; plundering all of nature as perceived free natural resources – with a sense of entitlement; unsustainably taking and not putting back; polluting our lands, rivers, lakes and oceans as if there is no tomorrow. They divide and rule – driving people off the land into cities to be used as labor resources and markets for products; growing monoculture farms where there was once biodiversity. The very foundations of life are being destroyed – our biodiversity, our fresh water, and oceans are being polluted, our air is polluted, our topsoil is being washed away, our microorganism and plankton in the oceans is being killed, life in our oceans is being over fished… The list goes on and on.
When do we as people say enough is enough and do something about it? The limits of nature and peoples suffering are demanding that we change our way of life. We all need to get off the train and move towards a sustainable future by changing our way of life. To do this we need a fundamental paradigm shift. Only by changing foundational thought and behavior will we change our world. We need a new paradigm shift to change the way we think and behave in our world. With the main aim of ensuring life goes on, on this planet and ensuring a wonderful healthy happy future for our children and all of nature.
To do this we must build new institutions of learning that teach the truth about who we are and what we are and promote living in harmony with one another and nature. A philosophy based on truth and expressed with love balance and harmony.
We need to move from: • An age of ignorance to an age of enlightenment, raising awareness and consciousness; • Religions, religious biased sciences, governments, corporations, and the rich’s, dominance of our thoughts and behaviors; to a new rational way of life. • Blind belief of so many untruths and abstract ways of thinking; to the truth based on reasonable logic. • Unnatural and destructive values and beliefs – on which our dominant institutions and our way of life are based – to a new harmonious way of linking • An unsustainable way of life to a sustainable one. By changing our values and beliefs we change our focus thus redirecting our energy and change our way of life. In the process we will help save our world.
We have been living a lie for long enough. So let’s move towards truth, honesty and universal and natural wisdom. “Is your life going to be a continuation of the age of ignorance or is it going to be the beginning of the age of reason?” ---
is the philosophy of nature and the universe facilitated by Denis Moore; whose life’s purpose is to help save our world for our children and all future generations of life on this amazing wonderful planet earth. If we change the way we think and act we will change our world! This philosophy teaches people how to live in harmony with one another and the planet. There is a lemming madness driving all life on earth off the cliff of extinction. While many of us are trying our level best to change the direction of that driving force, there are those in power and their unthinking followers who are resisting change and hanging on to the old ways. Then there are some who have no idea what is going on. Others feel they cannot change because they are caught up in the system and dependent upon it. Some are just apathetic and don’t care. Some have a lack of knowledge of what to do or maybe they lack the perspective, maturity, or responsibility…that will only come with going on ‘their personal quest to discover the truth’ which brings about personal change in so many ways some of which are a rise in consciousness and wisdom.
So what is it that is the problem and what are the solutions? It all begins and ends with the way we think and how we behave in our world. There are many perspectives from which to see the problem. So let’s look at three perspectives: • The individual person’s perspective. • The current dominant societal world view. • And the world view we need to survive and once again achieve balance and harmony with our planet and one another.
The majority of people on this planet have been influenced into the way of thinking of the dominant world view of those in power and their thought and behavior control institutions. They are cloaked in layers of an onion with different beliefs that influence their ways of life and prevent people from becoming aware, conscious or enlightened. We have to peel back all these layers to see the truth.
This layering begins at a very young age with the influence of parents who in many cases are already blind onions wrapped up/conditioned/indoctrinated in their beliefs. As my friend put it: “they have drank the Coolade” The layers of their onion are many, language, culture, religion, values and beliefs, specialized ‘education’, religious bias, sciences, physics, mathematics, time, regulations, laws, abstract monetary and economic systems, consumerism, capitalism, communism, imperialism; all creating a state of ignorance.
Most people in our days are born into a system and live in cities. They believe in the systems they are indoctrinated into and cannot comprehend any other way of life. They are trained to be cogs in the system’s machinery and to live their lives out on the labor treadmill of life (as a labor resource and consumers) They are dependent on those in power for jobs and money that buy them land, housing, food, water, transport, toys, insurance for things like cars, home, medical, and they save for more training to continue to work in a changing economic world. Or buy on credit which enslaves them even more. They have become slaves of an uncompassionate system that works them hard for little return.
With inflation and economic collapses, they are being driven ever harder for less, causing stress, sickness and disease. Most people, a few generations into this way of life, have no idea that there is another way of life and that the world never used to be this way. They have no idea that their basic human rights to land food water air knowledge and wisdom have been stolen from them and they have to use their labor to pay the owners for the rights to use them.
The dominant societal view is controlled by the rich and powerful. This empowers them to control that main flow and direction of society’s energy for their own benefit at the expense of the world and all of us. The dominant institutionalized societal view is directed by those who head the institutions as well as the values and beliefs on which the institutions were built.
There are many institutions some of which are: the producers/printers of currencies, banks, corporations, governments, militaries, state governments, city and town governing bodies… The majority of these corporations are influenced by the business or corporate ways of thinking. Governments are influenced by: owners of huge privately owned and controlled corporations; the printers of currencies; bankers; stock exchanges; CEOs; the investor class; the media and certain religions. Not only are the institutionalized corporations capitalism and imperialism the problem.
We are part of the problem. We need to stop supporting them if we wish to change our world. Mahatma Gandhi said: "The future depends upon what we do in the present." A person’s who knows what is wrong with their way of thinking, values and beliefs and conditioning can change by themselves. If of course they have the necessary knowledge and wisdom and the will to change. As a large enough group of these people we can influence and change the larger societal world view. For example: Mahatma Gandhi used passive resistance to remove the colonial British empire from power in India.
If people realized the answers to life’s eternal questions they would have a totally different perspective or world view: What am I? Where do I come from? Where am I going? What I the purpose or meaning of life? They would have a totally different world and universal view.
To a great extent you are what you assimilate. What you are is an energy being in an energy universe. You are composed of the energy of the universe which composes all of nature. You are an energy expression of nature within nature. Like a fish in our atmospheric/environmental fish bowl, you are expressions of the environment in which you live and you depend upon it for your quality of life. You are land, the air, the water and the energy (heat, light and many other frequencies). You are an intelligent human being. As are all forms of life. Any community of energy, cells, life forms are all only possible with a combined communal effort and intent – this is to me – intelligence. You are a life form that depends upon all other life forms and all of nature for survival. You are a living organism a natural ecosystem. You are an expression of the ecosystem within that ecosystem.
Your quality of life depends upon the health of the natural systems around you. The clean oxygen rich air you breathe; the fresh clean water you drink; the healthy natural food you eat – all affect your quality of life. You come from the energy of the universe and are the energy of the universe expressed as a physical human being. Thus you are energy of the universe within the universe. You are a physical being in this physical world an expression of our natural world within it.
You are the continuation of the lives of your mothers and fathers fore fathers and mothers. You are the continuation of all of the life forms that contributed to their lives and your life from the insects to the birds bees and plants that were pollinated by them and all of the animals that fed and sustained your ancestors lives’ and continue to sustain your life. You are this great legacy of past life on this planet. You are part of the responsible living leading edge of life on this planet. What is the legacy you leave for life in the future?
You are also the energy of the universe and more so the energy of the sun in this region that sustains all life on this planet. You are the energy of the stars and galaxies that flow into our reality. You are the energy of nature and the universe. You are the children of our human family, of our greater family of nature and children of the universe. Past energy brought you this far you are in the driver’s seat now. It is your turn to be the responsible grown up and choose well. So what is the legacy you leave for future generations?
Well we are all energy expressions of an intelligent universe (a universe with immense amounts of organization and complexity that requires a natural and universal wisdom. The word wisdom somehow seems to be stationary. In a motion energy universe I would think of it more as intelligence in motion, capable of adapting and changing all the time and being expressed in whatever form we can understand it in as well as being an underlying wisdom; a necessary wisdom without which none of this would be possible.
Looking at our controlling energy our essential nature our perceived self. We have a life’s purpose or Dharma that we intuitively live out. Our essential energy and life’s purpose comes from whatever part of the universe we come from and enters into this world to become physically expressed in this world as a physical living being. My intuitive behavior, my nature, my dreams and my star signs prove this. Being a dog in the Chinese calendar and a Sagittarian in the star signs, both have my personal behavioral characteristics and both are teachers and both have many other similar qualities which are unquestioningly me.
Having been unwittingly been driven my whole life to teach, and help save our world I know this was my before life determined behavior. So I am here to teach. Below is a simplified version of my plan – how this will be achieved.
How this will be achieved:
By changing our way of life we will change the world. With adults: We need to change how they think their values and beliefs and past programming. This will change their behavior which will in turn change the world. We do this by raising people’s awareness and consciousness by teaching the truth, using the quest for the truth as a tool to showing them what to do and how to change. This will lead to the realization that living on the land as one with it is the foundation of our lives.
Moving back to the land we will be teaching our children about nature and raising them in nature. Their educational foundations must be about: who they are, what they are, where they come from and where they are going. Nature is the foundation of their lives so it must be the foundation of their education. Our children are our future so if we teach them how to live in love, balance and harmony with nature so that will be our future. Finally by institutionalizing this system around the world we ensure its longevity.
This will not only to create a wonderful world for us all to live in it will ensure that it endures into the future. I will use books, speeches, video and seminars to teach “The Quest for The Truth” and “Denism” - my insights. The methods used will be: To begin with promoting this way of thinking. Those who show interest I will begin by guiding them on their own personal quests for the truth which will help them see the truth. This is done with the lessons I learned and the discoveries I made on my personal quest plus “The Quest Guide Book.” This quest will:
• Show the importance of journaling your life’s experiences.
• Teach them, how to control their dream states, relive their dreams and learn from them.
• Shows them how to meditate and control their altered states of consciousness without any substance abuse.
• Result in people gaining awareness and perspective of self, nature and the universe.
• Raise their consciousness and connectivity to all of nature, one another and the universe – leading them to become enlightened beings.
• Help them uncover their life’s purpose.
• And uncover the answers to life’s eternal questions: who are we, what are we, where do we come from and where are we going?
• It will deal with self, ways of thinking, religions, politics, science, politics, the nature of reality, and awaken to an energy world view and our place in the world and universe thus creating a state of Enervee(spirituality) with self, nature and the universe.
• This process will result in changing ones fundamental ways of thinking and create a wonderful set of values and beliefs that will change people’s behavior thus change our world.
• It will teach them responsibility and show them ways to help save our world. The honest answers to the many questions asked and answered on this quest will change the way people see themselves in the world and universe. All this and much more will be achieved with the insights in my written works, website, videos and small group teachings and seminars.
Teaching the above will build a foundation of willing activists who will Help Save Our World. Some of these people will assist in the primary organizations development and promotions and funding campaigns.
Others will become future teachers who will travel, teach the truth and set up satellite institutions. Some will combine my teachings with teaching polyculture, permaculture and natural agriculture and begin to set up small self-sufficient sustainable communities on the land. These communities will work together as one greater community integrating with all of nature and one another. This will be done to make the world into one greater bio-diverse, self-sustaining eco-system to create a sustainable future for all life on the planet and a future for our children and all of nature.
Together we will institutionalize this way of thinking and the values and beliefs of this way of life. As quickly as possible we will build a connected web of groups of people all over the world who will help teach others and change the course of history. This will change our world from a world of segregation, violence and plunder to a world of unity and communal co-operation.
There are many ways of ensuring a sustainable future for future generations: So we will have other core groups of nonviolent activists working on many different projects. Some will work towards protecting what we have left of nature by creating protected areas in our oceans and on the land that cannot be touched by capitalism imperialism and corporations. These people will be working on changing government policies. The primary purpose of these sanctuaries is to repopulate our planet with nature.
They will try and pull all of the organizations already in existence to work together for these common goals. While we are fragmented we have less influence and power to change. A central theme of this organization is to stop supporting destructive institutions and building a dispersed sustainable future where we the people are re-empowered and live happily in harmony with one another and nature.
Reintegrating ourselves with nature we will help re-seed our world for our future generations.
For those who are not interested in this idea this is all I have to say: We don’t have time to waste. We are killing our natural world and soon we will have nothing left no alternatives and we will suffer famine, droughts and unsafe world to live in with crime and violence combined with extreme weather, and all the unpleasantness that comes with the above, followed by eventual extinction. Is this the future you want for yourself and is it the future you want for you children? Either we continue to steal from our and our children’s futures or we change now and ensure there will be a happy and sustainable future for us all.
Nature is the only sustainable way to absorb energy and store it for future use. The sun shines the plants grow, we and other animals eat the plants and we grow. Our only way to survive into the future after this economy collapses and oil is gone is to prepare ourselves now for that future. Will there be life after capitalism, imperialism, religion and technology? Only by investing now in Mother Nature will we stand a chance. Without it we are done for. With your funding: I can continue writing, making audible and visual teaching aids for the teaching facilities. We can set up teaching facilities.
We can acquire land, through donated land, by working the land that others already have available. We need to begin to reestablish those natural environments and reintroduce foods that sustain our lives in those environments as well. We need complex bio-diverse ecosystems to survive and live happy and health lives. As this new system and way of thinking grows we will create a wonderful future for our children as we re-seed and reestablish natures ecosystems we will revive Mother Earth.
The only conditions for donations are that they cannot be accepted with conditions other that they will be used with utmost integrity to achieve the goals of the organization. I say this because many NGO’s although starting off with very noble ideas ended up having little to no impact because of government and corporate control mechanisms.
With this I ask for you to join me on my quest for the truth and my journey to help save our world. If you can afford to make a donation, no matter how large or small, it will be appreciated. If you can only donate time and skills I could do with some help. This is a huge undertaking but it can be achieved with positive attitudes and some dedication and effort.