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Lifting Others Up To The Libertarian Way

Probably everyone has experienced moments of the fullness of life: the enthralling love that radiates from our heart when it seems we have met our destined soulmate, the joy that explodes out of our being when at the very last split second our team scores the improbable win of the century, the peace that flows from the depths of our soul when the sunrise suddenly bathes our mountain fishing lake and all seems momentarily "on earth as it is in heaven."

The fullness of life is within us, but doesn't too often emanate from most of us because our minds employ many devices for closing down our being. Yet there is a Way which leads us to constant heart and soul opening and nearly uninterrupted experience of the fullness of life. In common street language this Way is often called "live and let live." Although this encompasses all areas of life, when practiced in the context of people's political interactions it is called The Libertarian Way.

Notice that when we are in resistance to how others live such resistance serves to close us down. While we are in resistance we are neither radiating love, nor expressing joy, nor enjoying peace. By resisting we have limited the flow of the spigot of our being. Thus by not "letting live" we are not experiencing life in its fullness. If "live" (within the "live and let live" frame of reference) refers to pursuing life in its fullness, then "let live" (the libertarian NAP) is seen as an indispensable aspect of "live."

Consider the logic:

Deep inside, below all the devices our minds use to close down our being, we all really want the fullness of life.

The Way allowing for the fullness of life when living among people is "live and let live."

Therefore deep inside, below all the devices our minds use to close down our being, we all really want merely to live and let live.

In a political context "live and let live" is The Libertarian Way.

Therefore deep inside every one of us human beings, we truly want to live The Libertarian Way.

"Deep inside" is an important caveat. Until we get in-touch with what we really, really want deep inside ourselves we spend a great deal of our lives focusing mostly on surface needs, seeing others as different from ourselves, generating a sense of separation, creating fears, choosing resistance to others, experiencing conflict.

But let's assume we are beyond any sense of separation, fears, resistance and conflict. Assume our lives are already well into The Libertarian Way. How do we then help others let go of their surface focus and begin feeling more fully their true heart and soul desire? The answer is not intellectual arguments about surface conditions, because intellectual arguments are a form of resistance containing the potential for disagreement and conflict.

There is only one answer. Others need to experience our own freely extended love, our own freely released joy, our own freely flowing out and permeating peace, an experience which is felt much deeper inside themselves than any surface argument. In feeling our effulgence of freedom, their mostly sleeping innate inner desire for freedom glories in recognition, and awakens as never before.

There is an old spiritual truth which indicates we teach what we are showing others. If we are resisting, we are teaching resistance. If we are in conflict, we are teaching conflict. If we are fearing, we are teaching fear. But if we are simply living fully, which includes letting live, we are teaching and lifting others into The Libertarian Way.

a socialist governmental system led by a dominant elite which seeks to control industry and commerce, and uses legislation and governmental decree to force Utopian programs on people.

one's natural state of being; a governmental system reflecting one's natural state, including voluntary funding and voluntary willingness to join and cooperate with minimal intrinsic rules, but with no programs of "good intention" forced on people "for their own good."

If you are newly waking up to your innate libertarian core and want to investigate deeper the underlying nonsense of the liberal-progressive religion of government worship, give yourself the pleasure of reading Ayn Rand's epic and masterful novel, Atlas Shrugged.

"God's laws will keep your minds at peace, because peace IS His Will, and His laws are established to uphold it. His are the laws of freedom, but yours are the laws of bondage. Since freedom and bondage are irreconcilable, their laws CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD TOGETHER. The laws of God work only for your good, and there ARE no other laws beside His. Everything else is merely lawLESS, and therefore chaotic." -Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles

Interesting factoid: for the last election year studied (1998) some of the highest percentage of votes for Libertarian Party candidates were for candidates who had been studying free of charge the lessons of: Course in Political Miracles

For a great discussion on Christianity vs. State Socialism see: Christianity vs. State Socialism

“I did not understand what made me free, nor what my freedom is, nor where to look to find it. Father, I have searched in vain until I heard Your Voice directing me. Now I would guide myself no more. For I have neither made nor understood the way to find my freedom. But I trust in You. You Who endowed me with my freedom as Your holy Son will not be lost to me. Your Voice directs me." (Prayer from A Course in Miracles)


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