Showing posts from July, 2013

Day 208: Desteni I Process Assisted Me to Overcome my Fear of Studying

I'm writing this post because I stand by my statement that Desteni is in no way, shape or form a scam, cult, or deceptive scheme, and I can back up this statement with real research and real results achieved through applying the tools shared at Desteni.

When I made this video in 2011, sharing perspective on how to enjoy studying, I was enrolled in college courses which I did online. I had previously had massive resistances and fears around studying and school, because of past experiences in middle school and high school where I experienced myself as inadequate and had formed ideas about myself like 'I'm not academic enough', and 'this is stupid and hard' -- when in fact the only reason I resorted to such reactions and ideas is because I wasn't effectively prepared for the curriculum but did not realize that, and at that stage was not aware of the practical tools of self honesty and self forgiveness and practical self correction to support myself within my s…

Day 207: The Secret Truth About The Royal Baby

Prince William and his wife had a baby and the whole world is acting like it's something to celebrate.

Here Ye Here ye!

There's no such thing as royalty. It's make believe. It's human beings pretending they're special and managing to make it seem like they are because their families have always had more money than the rest and thus have always had access to better education so their children become well spoken and highly knowledgeable and are presented amongst fancy looking shit like crowns and gold scepters and giant palaces.

With the newest research about Epigenetics that shows how a parent's thoughts and behavior influence the development of a child at the DNA level, we can see that families of well educated people will predictably produce a better stock of human that will be easier to educate and will have a naturally higher aptitude than other people.

If you take away the palace and the crowns and the fancy clothes and the titles what are you left with? …

Day 206: Self Forgiveness on Fear of Arguments

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear arguments

I forgive myself that I have not accepted and allowed myself to realize that I would only fear arguments if I've defined myself within / as a particular point of view and fear my point of view being invalidated

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to define myself within and as a particular point of view

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to take it personally when someone doesn't agree with my perspective

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that I have to get someone to agree with my perspective

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to connect the sound of an elevated voice tonality / volume with an emotional experience / charge of anxiety

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to tense my physicalbody and go into anxiety when and as I hear an elevated voice tonality / volume

I forgive myse…

Day 205: An Example of Self Honesty

So, an important note about my Witness Blog I posted yesterday:
I changed the part where I wrote about 'developing an effective partnership', because my Agreement Partner pointed out that what I was saying is creating the perception that things like 'blame and manipulation' 'don't exist' in the relationship when - in fact these things have not been magically / entirely removed, but rather I am still facing these points within myself / still in the process of stopping myself within these points / removing them from myself, still walking a process of taking self responsibility for these experiences to stop myself / investigate myself when and as they still arise / the temptation arise within self and so I realigned what I wrote to how I've changed my relationship within myself within / toward such points when and as they arise within me in relation to my partner.

This is what I initially wrote:

Have been able to develop an effective partnership / relati…

Day 204: A Witness Blog: I Have Done my Research and Desteni is Not a Scam

My name is Matti Freeman. I was born in Washington State in 1983, finished High School in 2002 on Bainbridge Island, Washington. In 2003 I attended Northwest College of Art in Poulsbo, Washington.
I am now a business owner working in the education field.
I joined the Desteni Research Group through the Equal Life Foundation on January 17th, 2008.
I've visited the Desteni farm in South Africa a total of 3 times, living there a total of 2 years. During that time I found only people dedicated to a practical solution for this world, to end all abuse and suffering.
My first exposure to the Desteni Group was in December 2007 when I started watching some video interviews with what was termed by Desteni the 'Interdimensional Portal ' on YouTube. What I heard was very direct, specific perspectives being given on all aspects of Human Nature, Earth, and Existence, and I found that what I was hearing was describing what I can actually see within myself. 
The message was fascinating to…

Day 203: The Age of Global Happiness is Coming

More money always leads to more happiness.
Yep, new research has found that increases in income virtually always bring an increase in well being.

"New research tells us what we already kind of knew about money and happiness, but may have chosen not to believe: More money will make you happier.It doesn’t matter if you are very rich, very poor or somewhere in between, advances in income are always met with increases in life satisfaction, according to an April report conducted by University of Michigan professors Justin Wolfers and Betsey Stevenson. Their findings debunk previous studies claiming once basic needs are met, more wealth no longer leads to more happiness.The researchers' analysis of 155 countries, accounting for over 95 percent of the world’s population, found no evidence that advances in income for the rich are met with diminishing increases in happiness."  Huffington Post: More Money Always Leads To More Happiness: Study…