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Self Worth

Below is an interesting article which applies to our lives more than we know. Growing up with the pursuit of the rare and valuable is a metaphor for finding my own self worth. I am sure my family can relate. I laugh now because I can see it so clearly. Nothing wrong with it as it has a very useful message. Here is what I have learned.

Stop looking outside myself or even at my body for self-worth. Life can be amazing, yes, and it can be a wild goose chase too. It doesn’t matter how wonderful (or otherwise) it all is. The message is clear, love is found were we put it. This goes for whatever we seek, by the way. I love my birth family, those I grew up with, no questions asked. I always have. I wish I could say that about everyone I meet. Honestly, I don’t hate anyone and don’t remember ever hating anyone. A negative thought here and there sure. I get frustrated and angry like anyone else does and I have learned to let it go rather quickly. Point is, I am on an inner journey and sometimes I get distracted by “the world”. We all do.

I invite you to assess your life and what fulfills you the most. What brings you joy? The thrill of a chase? A rare find? A pretty object or image? How long does that joy last? Look beyond all the stereotypes we have forced down our throats daily. The American Dream is a myth and I suspect you already know that. Don’t let life distract you. For clarity, distractions are anything or anyone who does not support your spiritual journey. They can be the news, wants, pretty faces, warm cuddlies, hobbies, places, or any number of things.

Now I am asking you to consider letting go the material wealth (collectible stuff) you’ve built up over the years and let it fulfill others. (What you give, you receive.) Do this at a profit of course, wink, wink. Seriously, we don’t have to be poor to be spiritual. In fact, I think our bank account does reflect how we feel about our self-worth.

Things do not define us, unless you say they do. Saying or thinking so limits self considerably. Consider, who is the “I” in who you are? Pronouns are tricky things. Am “I” the observer or the observed, both or neither? I suppose this is the philosopher in me. I have been down this rabbit hole and found some answers, just not all of them… or else I would not be here. Don’t be afraid to find answers, because as we know, the Truth shall set you free!

Love and Light,

Sequoia Elisabeth


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Home Is Where The Heart Is

The next look at a Love Based Economy (LBE) is how the home is affected.  Certain concepts are key in this new economy and as the economy changes so will our homes.  This principle has been around for a long time, but is as important as ever.  Home is where the heart is. 

Basically this means where you focus your love and attention you are supported and safe.  When you enter a new house, say of a friend, with an open mind and positive attitude the reception you get reflects this.  It also means that even if you don’t have a house of your own, you can still make anywhere your home by how you treat that area, be it a mansion or a box on the street.    

The environment in which you live either supports or impedes you.  When you put loving, caring attention into a place that is what you get out of it.  This is done by keeping the area clean, organized, attractively decorated and comfortable.  You can tell if the area is supportive by how you feel there, and how you feel after you leave.  Being aware of your surroundings at all times is part of the experience in a LBE, because being aware makes the area alive and lifts your spirits quite literally. 

Houses are sustainable, eco friendly and supportive of everyone in the new LBE.  In order to create a comfortable environment all factors must be considered, because we know that life itself depends on our actions or footprint if you will.  Thinking of others even when it is only a tadpole or tree is what a LBE is all about.  Loving and supporting the environment leads to a loving and support place to live, simple huh?  

We are no longer attached to homes as a sense of identity in the LBE.  A home is where you sleep and live for a certain numbers of hours a day, but it is not who you are, just as your body or your car is not who you are either.  In a LBE economy self worth is intrinsic and it is not sought in the outside world.  Quite the opposite actually, because the home is made to support you and make you comfortable, life is about your activities and not about having the nicest home, or the biggest.  It is what you give, not what you get.  The egoic aspects to the home are a thing of the past. 

In a LBE everyone has the basics a home provides, as equally as possible.  This is about equal resource allocation and meeting each person’s basics needs, not about showing off or living a grandiose life.  Everyone and no one is a millionaire in a LBE.  In a LBE the citizens care about each other as much as they care about themselves.  If one person is deprived then everyone is.  This is the basic premise to Oneness and LBE.

Through the power of technology social class is eliminated.  The LBE has no need for social class or power mongering.  Since the basics of life are provided equally each person can explore self fulfillment in any way they choose.  The natural order of life will direct each person through there desire to serve humanity.  The more a person loves life the more life will love them back!  In a LBE everyone knows this and opens the door to exponential growth!

♥ Sequoia Elisabeth

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