Author: jf

Chia Ortegon

August 27th 2010: At the moment I am writing this post, Chia and I haven’t met physically yet. Our meetings have been online though skype. But what an encountering! Chia is the most amazing artist I know. Her creativity and her fields of expression seem to have no limits, from painting to online art to cloth designing to writing to filming. What she expresses is definitely the alchemy of consciousness. You can witness this alchemy not only in the pieces of art themselves, but in what happens within you when you experience her art. Alchiamista is her true cosmic name To say it short, Chia is a powerful goddess embodied in a few pounds of feminine beauty. 😀 Chia and I are going to meet physically in California for the first time Sept. 15, 2010. This is an exciting journey that is beginning! More in this post soon!...

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Brad Nye

Brad and I met first time early January 2010, during a trip in California. What struck me the very first time, and this feeling has increased ever since, is the power that Brad holds in manifesting things. Hence, Brad has invited Fernanda and I to Burning Man this summer 2010 where he is building a whole infrastructure there. See RedLighning.org for more information. Right after Bard is organizing the Core Conference 23-25 Sept. 2010. Brad is definitely joining the source that inspires him with collective manifestation of spirit as crucibles where the world can evolve and transform, through serendipistic connections, expression of Divine Feminine, fun and self-expression that has freed from conventional forms. Brad, I am so glad to walk this path with you! More to come in this post as new experiences will build along our journey. Links: Brad on FaceBook...

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Barbara Marx-Hubbard

Barbara is quite famous in the US. During all her life she has explored evolution of consciousness, and more precisely what she calls conscious evolution, that is evolution conscious of itself. Conscious evolution manifests through beings that have decided to evolve, to be the evolution, and of course who are conscious of this force manifesting through them. She also talks about suprasex, when the masculine and feminine manifest through us, infusing co-creative genius. Barbara and I are soul connected. We share this irresistible evolutionary force playing through us, not just as new concepts (which is what most people think this is about), but as physical transmutation in our body, in the way the world manifests in us and how our consciousness new realities get constructed in our consciousness. This is a unique experience. Barbara is joy and laughter, pure beauty, with fire, genius and love in her eyes. She seems that the older she goes into age, the younger she is, as she has become a direct manifestation of her soul. And soul is ever young! Links: Barbara’s official website Biography Blog post: Reconnecting with Barbara Marx-Hubbard Blog post: Eve and the cosmic family reunion...

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“Les monnaies libres” – Emission Radio Aligre 93.1FM

[audio:http://www.yudu.com/item_files/131427/76bd8ce11/100219_JF_Noubel_radio_Aligre_-_Les_monnaies_libres.mp3|titles=Les monnaies libres|artists=Jean-François Noubel|autostart=yes] Interview par Florence Matton, jeudi 18 février 2010. Sujet : les dernières avancées concernant les monnaies libres....

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From owning to flowing

Our consumer society has built an ideology of accumulation. This is triggered by the scarce monetary system. Rather than sharing the stuff we need, we accumulate it in our basements, garages and backyards. Skis, furniture, toys, lawnmowers, tools, washing machines, books (ah, books!), DVDs, carpets, dishes, clothes… This stuff doesn’t circulate, nor it is shared. It piles up in every house. How would the consumer’s economy be if we didn’t have to reproduce the same artifact a zillion times? How would it be if we shared? How would it be if everything became a flow? Today we unconsciously perceive ourselves as endpoints, as final destinations of whatever object or service the world creates if we need it, just like little children at early age. This nourishes an underlying egocentric experience at the societal and cultural levels. This economic infrastructure based on conquering and accumulating stuff by means of harshly conquered money doesn’t help us become systemic human beings. We don’t see ourselves as harmonious beings serving and being served by a wider whole. We operate exactly the same with knowledge. We accumulate knowledge in our inner basement. Knowledge that was first poured in our heads at school (this is the dominant vision of school programs in most cultures). How much of it do we really make publicly available? How much do we freely redistribute? How trained are we to...

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Use essence rather than function

Part of my research work is how ontology (our language structures that define our relationship to the world) builds our collective self, and how these invisible architectures often maintain the collective entrapped in predictable social structures that self perpetuate via language. Same seed, same tree… same invisible architectures, same society. Language creates reality, reality creates language, as an endless mirror that keeps us trapped, unless we open up to the Divine evolutionary spark that shifts the whole thing to a whole new set of self-reflecting mirrors. Many of the ontological structures that we use today carry archaic forms of consciousness (which include violence and domination), and for the most part they carry and duplicate the memes (units of culture) that perpetuate pyramidal collective intelligence (the form of CI that still prevails in our society). One of these (many) old ontological structures can be seen in our habit to use substantive words that express a function, a social status or state, rather than essence. Examples: the homeless rather than people without a home a user in the software world, rather than a person (shall we say some day a person interface rather than a user interface?) a prisoner rather than an imprisoned person an Italian rather than an Italian person etc We use generic terms such as the French, the Africans, the geeks, the red necks, the blacks, the WASP,...

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The Law of Attraction/Repulsion

If often use this term —Law of Attraction–, or even more often: the Law of Attraction/Repulsion. This morning, while writing another post, I realized that I am using these words in my own specific way that I should clarify in regards of how this seems to be widely interpreted in the common context. The expression “Law of Attraction” came naturally to me through my own direct experience. It is the simple observation that we attract others via our own behavior. Behavior is the external manifestation of our inner alchemy: emotions, personal and transgenerational history, persona, physical aspects, social environment, cognitive profile, etc. This makes us some sort of very complex molecule that floats in the human soup. Our complex molecule bonds with other complex molecules that carry complementary properties (that’s the attraction part), while it discards those that have antagonistic chemical properties (that’s the repulsion part). That’s just a very natural and universal property that, I believe, makes sense for everybody. More interesting to me is when we being to claim power on this law of attraction/repulsion. In order to do so we need to shed the light of consciousness on everything that we manifest into the world as an expression of our inner being. We need to understand how our relationships with others are built, how they became what they are today, and what are the real deals...

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