Creating Loving Eco-Systems – An Introduction

Below is a document put together by AJ/Jesus on ‘Creating Loving Eco-Systems – An Introduction’. It is very useful to read before undertaking any environmental projects at home, or in general. It helped us to at least intellectually understand more about what our souls (you/me) are creating and causing to happen in ‘our’ garden or on the land (both the land that we live on, the country we live in and the how we affect the land the world over, souls are large and global not small and local, smile). It gives information about the systems God creates and we need to replicate in order for us and the environment to be in harmony.

Below is the document as written, it can also be found on the Divine Truth website>Learning Centres>Learning Centre Visit Requirements>Outline or the link below will take you to the original PDF at the same source. There are also audio recordings you can download and listen to on the same webpage.

http://www.divinetruth.com/PDF/Event/2012/20121031%20Creating%20Loving%20Eco-Systems%20-%20An%20Introduction%20(Outline).pdf

Creating Loving Eco-Systems – An Introduction

Introduction
 
Some people are still struggling to love each other 
  • Need to examine the reasons for this 
  • But seem to think they have an easier time loving animals, creatures and the Earth But is that even really true? 
  • How much of our addictions are really present even in our work with the environment?
What is an Eco-System?
 
It is a complete ecological environmental system where: 
  • Each part operates in harmony and balance
  • No single part is dominant or overwhelms another 
  • Each part benefits the whole and assists abundance in the whole 
  •  No single part can properly survive without the other parts
 
What is a Loving System?
 
These are the systems God creates, and we need to replicate where:
  • Human Love & understanding is available to all parts of the system 
  • Humans learn and replicate that God has done 
  • Humans understand how we have destroyed the system & desire to change 
  • Humans understand what emotions within us have contributed to destruction
  • Humans honour the intelligence inbuilt in each organism within the system 
  • No human addictions are supported by the system created
Lesson 1 – Love Effects & Controls The Entire System
 
For anything to flourish Love must be present
  • We must understand how our soul condition is reflected the environment 
  • We must understand that God is always bringing more love into the system 
  • We often resist God’s efforts to bring more love into the system
When our Love is present, the following occurs:
  • All organisms and the entire system itself flourish 
  • There is abundance for every part of the system 
  • The system will be in perfect balance
When our Love is absent or addictive (given only for personal benefit):
 
Aggressive organisms express arrogance to the system when loved addictively 
  • They feel themselves to be superior (due to the attitude of the human) 
  • They attack and destroy the organisms felt (by the human) to be inferior 
  • They demonstrate a reflection of mankind’s dominance
  • E.g. A domestic cat killing animals and birds even though it is well fed
  • E.g. Domestic goats eating everything even when they must have eaten enough 
Aggressive organisms multiply when being attacked
  • They go into hyper-drive with reproduction 
  • They feel competitive and aggressive towards other organisms in the system 
  • They are aware of negative feelings from humans, and respond to survive 
  • E.g. Insects that people want destroyed will feel will increase reproduction 
  • E.g. Insects that people want destroyed will attack people 
  • E.g. Insects will reflect the fear in humans that causes humans to attack
Passive organisms express meekness to the system when loved addictively 
  • They feel themselves to be inferior (due to the attitude of the human) 
  • They are attacked and destroyed by aggressive organisms 
  • They demonstrate a reflection of mankind’s submission and unworthiness
  • E.g. A precious shy marsupial that we “love” will be attacked by our own cat Passive organisms regress and reduce reproduction when being attacked
  • They first attempt to flee the area completely
  • They do not feel “safe” to breed and multiply E.g. A watered (& weeded) garden is all about fear and favouritism. There should be no need to water a garden. If things are created with love and as a complete system – the system will support life without our intervention.
All organisms desire survival, and will adapt to survive
  • An attitude of love does not force adaption through negative events 
  • An attitude of love allows change and growth through positive events 
  • E.g. Organisms without enough to eat will adapt and eat other material 
  • E.g. Organisms without enough of their “normal” diet will change their diet 
  • E.g. Organisms not loved will understand they are under attack from the system 
  • E.g. Organisms that are “loved” will drop their defensive actions
All organisms respond to emotions of fear and anger
 
Fear creates: 
  • An automatic struggle to survive 
  • A system that involves lots of work 
  • A system that is without abundance 
  • Destruction of areas of the environment that we are afraid of 
  • Competition with areas of the environment that we are afraid of
Anger creates: 
  • Everything that fear creates (since anger is the result of suppressing fear) 
  • Aggression within the entire system; a desire to attack and destroy 
  • Destruction of the system through natural events (fire, flood etc)
God is always trying to bring love back into the system
  • Each one of God’s Laws is created in order to expose the condition of love 
  • Each one of God’s Laws has the effect of bringing more love back into the system 
  • Each one of God’s Laws is attempting to correct the human’s unloving condition 
  • If a loving system is left alone by humans, it will always maintain balance 
  • If a loving system is attacked by humans, it will always become more unbalanced
Lesson 2 – The Human Soul Interconnects With The Entire System
 
Humans need to understand that everything around us is connected to us
 
How organisms respond is completely dependant on our own soul condition 
         Soul condition is the sum total of our beliefs, emotions, desires, passions, longings, assumptions, intentions, reasoning etc.
  • Soul condition determines the effectiveness of our effort to restore eco-systems
  • Organisms will work against us if our soul condition is not adjusted
  •  Organisms’ inbuilt instinct will be to expose & correct unloving behaviour in us 
  • Our condition will affect any organism connected to us for any reason
  • E.g. Plants that supply my coffee will be connected to me if I drink coffee 
  • E.g. Plants that supply my sugar will be connected to me if I consume sugar
Our soul condition has a huge bearing on how systems respond
  • Even our observation of a system changes how the system responds 
  • Our environmental choices & decisions are caused by our own condition 
  • Our addictions create unloving actions perpetrated towards the environment 
  • The environment will respond to these unloving addictions to correct them
 
I need to become aware of how I am destroying eco-systems around the world through my soul condition
 
The choices I make to satisfy my own addictions through food, will result in the destruction of eco-systems all around the world
  • E.g. My desire for eating meat (McDonalds hamburgers for example) results in the destruction of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil 
  • It is pointless fixing eco-systems in our direct neighbourhood while at the same time destroying eco-systems in other countries
  • We need to examine more honestly how our demands are satisfied 
  • We need to see the laws of supply and demand in operation 
  • We need to change our demands if we want destruction to be averted
What systems we currently have around us are not indicative of the actual system that God created, or their normal operation
 
We cannot assume the following: 
  • That how organisms currently work is how they would normally work 
  • That how organisms currently act is how they would normally act 
  • That how organisms currently respond is how things normally would respond
We can assume the following: 
  • That our interaction with an organism will change how the organism responds 
  • That our actions have a direct bearing on the evolution of an organism 
  • That each organism has inbuilt intelligence (instinct) 
  • That an entire system will respond to our desires, beliefs and actions 
  • That we cannot assume what is currently present is normal; or what would normally exist if we were not present
E.g. When we look at some land, we cannot assume that what is currently on the land will be what was or would normally be there 
E.g. We cannot assume that current methods of farming are the only way to farm
 
Lesson 3 – Eco-Systems Need 3 (Three) Basics For Survival & Abundance
 
Almost every living thing has three basic requirements for survival (that humans have control over)
  • Water 
  • Food 
  • Shelter 
  • Note: many other things are needed for survival, but most of these are naturally provided through the atmosphere, and are not directly under the control of individual humans.
If one of these elements are missing, abundance is not possible
  • Living organisms go into hibernation, waiting for times of abundance 
  • Living organisms can survive many years, some even thousands of years in this state
  • The system remains “pregnant” with life, but only as a possibility
Almost every living thing multiplies with abundance
 
The proximity and abundance of these three basic things will effect how prolific and healthy the living thing is; i.e. the easier the access, the better for the organism 
E.g. If food, water, shelter are near each other, reproduction results
 
Almost every living thing struggles with scarcity
 
Any living thing that doesn’t have sufficient amounts struggles to survive Much more “work” is required With more “work” comes less “free” time, time for pleasure E.g. If food, water, shelter are far from each other, reproduction is inhibited E.g. If remove just a single requirement, the organism will struggle to survive
 
We must not judge the system as what we currently have
  • Huge amounts of destruction have occurred to the earth over 1000’s of years 
  • We cannot state that what we now have is “normal” 
  • Very few humans in the past 4,000 years have actually personally seen “normal”
Lesson 4 – All Living Organisms Have Inbuilt Intelligence
 
Anything living that God has created has its own intelligence
  • Intelligence can be individual (e.g. mammal) or collective (e.g. insects) 
  • Each organism knows how to create abundance for its own survival 
  • If man leaves each organism alone, it will create its own abundance in time 
  • Man does not see nor acknowledge the intelligence in the system 
  • Man can either speed up or slow down the organism’s ability to create for itself 
  • The intelligence already placed in the system will correct the environment 
  • All we need do is learn how to support the system and use the intelligence 
  • When we have millions of different creatures all working for us, our environment will change rapidly and flourish without huge amounts of hard work
All organisms are geared to assist the life-cycle of living systems
  • All processes & creatures turn dead things into the basis of life for more living things
  • All dead things form the foundation for living things 
  • Man tries to prevent this from happening 
  • E.g. We design a home out of “dead” matter & react angrily when living things attack
  • E.g. We poison & destroy living intelligent creatures that are telling us truths
  • E.g. We kill the organisms that are responding in love 
  • E.g. We must work harder to create systems without intelligence
To create loving eco-systems we must understand the intelligence
  • Most soil based creatures know more than we do about how to fix the soil 
  • Most water based organisms know more than we do about how to fix the water 
  • Most food based organisms know more than about their own abundance than we do
  • Most systems are struggling against man’s desires 
  • This also means that most humans feel a sense of struggle against the system 
  • When we understand and love, these living things work for us repairing the system
Once we recognise the intelligence, we will understand the support it brings
  • Mankind can be fully supported by the entire system without much work at all
  • Initially correcting the unbalanced systems will require work 
  • Once imbalance is corrected, then work will not be required 
  • Each system will be fully self-supporting and self-maintaining
  • Man will be free to play, rather than eke out an existence
Lesson 5 – Understand The Role Of Organisms In System Recovery
 
Primary organisms in system recovery are those with collective consciousness
  • Understanding the role of recovery organisms is essential to eco-systems 
  • Most primary organisms have collective rather than individual consciousness 
  • Most of these creatures do not have a central nervous system 
  • Most of these creatures do not have a spirit body 

These include:

Bacteria, fungus, microbes, soil-based creatures (worms, ants, white ants etc) Plants that prepare the environment (weeds, trees seemingly without “purpose”) Above ground and airborne creatures (insects, spiders, etc)
 
Secondary organisms in system recovery are those with individual consciousness
  • Without assistance from recovery organisms, no secondary organisms can survive
  • Humans cannot survive without the primary recovery organisms
  • Other creatures with individual intelligence also cannot survive 
  • Secondary organisms can only survive without human intervention once there is abundance created by the primary recovery organisms 
  • E.g. Introducing larger creatures to an environment without having properly prepared the environment will result in these larger creatures either dying, subsisting, or being dependant on human intervention for survival (larger creatures meaning any creature larger than the biggest earth or air based primary recovery organism) 
  • E.g. Introducing trees and other plant life that requires specific soil and environment elements, without also having a system that supports their existence, will result in constant maintenance being required by humans
Lesson 6 – Understand The Basics Of Creating A Healthy Eco-System
 
All parts of the system must be loved equally
  • Unless we love & care for all parts of the system, the system will become unbalanced
  • This requires changing our heart felt attitudes towards all parts of the system 
  • This is particularly the case with parts of the system that we view as “pests” If we love the system equally, each part of the system will work “hard” for us

Life is not created in the soil by adding dead material

  • Dead material is the food of living creatures that create life in the soil 
  • Dead material is essential, because it is a part of the support structure 
  • But we must understand that its role is to support life of the living creatures 
  • Dead material that does not support life will finish up taking from the system
  • E.g. Adding fertiliser only has long term benefit if it supports living creatures, adding fertiliser every year without supporting living creatures creates a condition where more and more fertiliser is required for the same result
Don’t worry about correcting deficiencies in the soil
  • Intelligence IN THE SYSTEM will correct the soil 
  • It will be faster to create the living systems than trying to correct the dead system
  • Anything else will just create incessant work for us
Systems must be created to support primary recovery living creatures
  • These creatures will turn dead material into material that can support all life 
  • This creates a system that supports all creatures and animals, from aphids to lady bugs, ants to marsupials, grasses to trees, birds to large animals 
  • When creating and supporting systems, don’t start with the plants; start with attracting the creatures by providing them with dead material (food), water & shelter
  •       Even in a desert it is possible (start with shelter, add water collection, then food) 
  •       If you don’t have soil or air based primary recovery organisms, then create the environment to attract and support them, then transport them if you have to
We have the potential to have an environment where seeding and fruiting occurs all year round
 
This doesn’t happen now for a number of reasons 
  • Fear that drives selfish ‘taking’ attitudes from our environment 
  • Denuding of the environment has caused changes in the climate, seasons, and a lack moisture and warmth retained in or near the earth 
  • Systems can only work when there is abundance, which is generally seasonal
 
Lesson 7 – Understand & Develop Techniques For Recovery
 
Techniques include:
  • Water flow and storage based contouring 
  • Water management and collection 
  • Water health, prevention of water stagnation 
  • Shelter systems for primary recovery organisms 
  • Begin where such systems already are naturally starting 
  • Create locations of high fertility, either in or on top of the soil 
  • Understand water and nutrient migration (elevation and flow speed) 
  • Do not destroy systems that have already been started naturally
  • Do not burn off; use the material for the creation of systems 
  • Focus on watering, feeding & sheltering the system first, then feeding yourself 
  • Focus on a NO MAINTENANCE WORK system; self-supporting 
  • Most techniques can be scaled up or down according to area size
Climate considerations include:
 
Cold Climate 
  • Generating heat and warmth is a primary part of creating shelter 
  • Use rocks, decaying matter; any material that will generate heat naturally 
  • Usually have plenty of water, but not all year around (due to ice, snow dry conditions)
  • Manage and use the water for winter (need warm areas that do not freeze) 
  • Allow water to flow during summer (do not want marshy conditions generally)
Hot Climate 
  • Remember that shade and the ground provide shelter 
  • Create conditions were organisms can retain moisture 
  • Collect the water and retain it when it is available 
  • Stop evaporation and prevent soil based distribution of water 
  • Create contours and swales that collect and retain moisture 
  • Initially plant plants that survive in harsh low water based conditions 
  • Plant weeds that are naturally growing in the area
Tropical vs Temperate Systems 
  • Obviously different conditions and locations require different methods 
  • Water, food and shelter is abundant at different times in these different systems
  • Create systems that provide a year round solution to abundance of the three basic elements (water, food and shelter)
Creating Micro-Climates
  • Contours 
  • Swales 
  • Fertility locations (holes and mounds) 
  • Holes 
  • Mounds 
  • Ponds 
  • Shelters
Sloping Land vs. Flat Land
  • Use the slope of the land to maintain the system 
  • On flat land, the systems will need to have a completely different design
Conclusion
 
Obviously, this series of seminars are just an introduction to the subject We could talk for many hours about the different techniques Learning Centre projects will now focus on these different techniques Remember this is about Loving ALL of the parts of the system
 
Key points
  • Bring love for all elements into the system through actions & changes in soul condition 
  • Understand how the human condition (beliefs, emotions, demands etc) dominate the interconnectivity between systems and their effectiveness 
  • Understand everything needs food, water and shelter to survive
  • Understand every living organism has inbuilt intelligence that can be utilised to recover & maintain the system 
  • Focus on supporting firstly the key recovery organisms in the system Use techniques that suit the environment, climate, location, elevation and topography
 
Thank you to AJ and Mary and the Divine Truth Website for this information.

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