Thriving in the PRESENT Transformational Era

Transform LifeWe entered the present “Transformational Era” five years ago. Massive changeGeneration Flux. So in this vast interconnected global time, with over a billion Smart Phones, our body-minds are having difficulty keeping up with all the information and change. Robb Smith discusses the very near future complexities … who will win and who will fail.

1. We WILL be a single society of 7 Billion people
2. Three in Four adults currently feel overwhelmed with increasing demands
3. One in TWO adults will have a chronic disease within 7 years
4. With overload, simplicity will be a necessity to survive
5. Learn from the different perspectives instead of getting insulted”
6. There will need to be a shift from, “scared to sacred”
7. Exceptionalism is NOT the new average… you must be your unique self
8. CEOs have the lowest emotional literacy… this will be a “FAIL” by 2020
9. Those without empathy will experience increased mental, physical, and economic problems…

So what does ‘Transformational’ mean? It means to change the shape of. What’s changing? EVERYTHING.” ~Robb Smith

Click on the link below and view the short but powerful TedTalk by social entrepreneur and Chrysallis co-founder, Robb Smith


Raw Sangha

Echo Roberson of "Raw Sangha"

Totally pumped about this new organization I found last week. Echo Roberson is either the spokesman for the group or “Raw Sangha” is his website for all these products, recipes and ideas.

He takes all the food, spiritual and organic farming ideas that have been pushing their way West these past 20 to 60 years and presents them in fun, informative, short videos. There’s even a link to Bhakti Fest!

I was drawn in through his presentation about I don’t know about you, but I’m totally bored with Safeway and the prospects of all the  food-based illnesses that will come out of eating all that processed, GMO crap  sold there.

Visit Raw Sangha and give them a look for yourself!

Food, Inc.

I strongly encourage each and everyone of you to view, Food, Inc.

I put a copy on hold at the local public library. This video isn’t “Republican” nor “Democrat”. (As if those labels actually meant something anymore…) Everyone has to eat, and food has changed more in the last 50 years than it has in the last 10,000.  (View the trailer link.)

The documentary provides real information about the world we really live in, rather than the one we’re told we still live in. In short, we no longer live in a democracy. (No news to most of you I guess…)

We live in a Corporate “New World Oder” administered by Masons and other “Secrete Societies” and owned by the “people” like the De Beers, the Rothschilds, and the Rockefellers. (Nasty bunch with an insatiable appetite for evil and greed.)

So, view the film and make your decisions about how you’re going to live the rest of your life. Exercising denial or sticking one’s head in the sand is no longer an option. For instance, 1  out of 3 children born after the year 2000 will develop early onset Type-2 Diabetes. 2 out of 3 of those kids will be children of color. Before they started messing with the food supply, only adults got Type-2 Diabetes.  Educate yourself. Think: “Corn syrup” and then question why so many people are so fat theses days.  Short version: They’re killing us.

Long Version?

  1. Plant an organic garden
  2. Exercise (your demons too ..)
  3. Bring your talents to the world
  4. Follow any spiritual path that brings you into cooperation with others

For more info, have a quick glance at, “Slow Food Columbus”

Good News, and Bad News: Manufacturing Jobs Aren’t Coming Back … SO?

According to Lakshman Achuthan of the Economic Cycle Research Institute (ECRI), the U.S. Commerce Department reported today that the U.S. economy officially grew at 5.6% pace in the fourth quarter of 2009. So, that means if you live in a manufacturing center or previously worked in a job associated with the housing bubble that burst, you’re going to have to accept the fact that the Market Place no longer wants your skills.

Economics 101 says that to have a top, you have to have a bottom. A LOT of thought and effort goes into deciding who is going to be at the bottom and what will happen to them. Remember, we live in the greatest capitalistic country on the planet. In short:

  • You have to change
  • Change is good
  • Change is the only constant in the universe
  • He or she who waits, shall have change engineered for them. [SEE: Prison Nation.]

Long, LONG term unemployed usually aren’t even counted. In the Black Community where the effects of inflation and recession are doubled, those numbers are almost laughable. So if 40% of those now unemployed have skills that the market place no longer wants … in the black community, that means 40% – to -80% of those people WILL NEVER RETURN TO THOSE TYPES OF JOBS EVER AGAIN.

Forget Detroit ever returning to what it used to be. Forget the glory days of the Rust Belt . READ what even Wikipedia says about America’s greatest manufacturing centers: Rust Belt.

Smell the coffee yet?
This is another reason why I advocate Urban Farming and Small Farming so strongly. Please take a second and view some of the remarkable YouTube videos on this and other related topics posted on:


Black Solutions (and take a moment to view some of the videos on the video bar posted on the left.)