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The Great British Brexit


Last night was one of the most intense out of body experiences I have spontaneously had in years.  The collective distress that called me out of body was something I usually experience in conjunction with a natural disaster or a war.  But low and behold, it was in fact related to the debate happening in Great Britain involving whether or not Great Britain would stay in the European Union or leave the European Union.  Living in America, these kinds of foreign decisions feel worlds away.  America in general is self-interested and the average citizen is unaware of foreign affairs.  But in the collective unconscious, it is as if the world knows that this will have an impact not just on Europe, but also on the rest of the world.
brexit-1491370_640.jpgThis debate is not a small debate.  It is a debate that is so polarized that people have sided in an extreme way.  From the fifth dimension it is clear that people either feel separating from the EU will be nothing short of either a brilliant new age or utter catastrophe.  And the people campaigning on both sides have fueled this polarization by doing what campaigners do… distorting facts and oversimplifying and fear mongering and playing on prejudices to the point where it shows up as a crisis in the collective human energy field.  The side that has contributed the most fear to the collective is the side in favor of leaving the EU.  They have caused a very interesting reaction in people.  They have caused people to shut down and close up.  When people feel threatened enough by others, they go into a ‘selfish’ mode.  People close the openness of their boundaries and close to the flow of energy both in and out.  And regardless of what the future will see as a result of this change, this is what Great Britain (as a reflection of its people) has done today.  It is similar energy to a turtle going into its shell but with an attitude of “now I’m free from everyone else outside me that poses a threat".

brexit-4175466_640.jpgWe all know what ultimately did happen.  Despite the polarization, one side did prevail.  It was the side in favor of leaving.  Great Britain is leaving the EU.  And as a result, their Prime Minister has resigned.  The news had great impact for me, not just because of the experience I had before waking, but also because I have spend time in London often for my career.  Everything feels more personal when you have some kind of relationship with a place (regardless of whether that relationship is positive or negative).  The economy will absolutely see an impact.  The trade will absolutely see an impact.  All of this will impact the rest of the world.  And the impact is not something that either side is fully aware of.  It’s one of those situations where the collective will simply be able to see the impact in retrospect.  But I have to tell you that from the perspective I gained in the out of body observation I did last night, the aspect of collective conscious that has me the most worried as a result of this decision to leave, is the aspect related to immigration.

Whether or not Europe (especially Great Britain) is aware of it yet or not on a conscious level, this decision to leave the EU has upset immigrant populations.  It has upset the people who could freely live and work in England without being blocked by red tape.  But even more importantly, it has severely effected non EU immigrants.  Those who come from outside the EU, especially the Muslim population. 

smilies-1607164_640.jpgRegardless of whether or not the actual issue of immigration relative to the decision to leave is overblown, it is now very real.  Perception is reality.  And the perception people have is one that deeply concerns me.  This decision has made many immigrants feel unwanted, unconsidered, turned against and like outsiders.  They feel scorned.  This has caused them to start severing their emotional connection to the rest of the British people.  And it has given rise to a ‘me vs. them’ mentality.  And that mentality is VERY, VERY dangerous.  When I see this mentality spike in the collective, it often leads to bloodshed.  Some will simply keep this hurt inside.  Others will not.  But one thing is for sure, peace does not belong to Great Britain right now.  The country has chosen in favor of conflict. 

Not all conflict is bad.  Sometimes conflict must occur to get to something better.  But sometimes, when we look back, it becomes obvious that what we gained wasn’t worth the price.  Polarized decisions like this that are made from a space of being triggered, decisions that are made without a genuine awareness of the impact of the decision, make me very nervous.  Awareness only reveals itself in retrospect in these situations.  And it is almost always a harsh wake up call. 


euro-96598_640.jpgI have a very different perspective than most people because my vantage point is different.  It is not a third dimensional perspective.  That being said, I have to admit that I love the golden age vision that many supporters of 'leaving' have for the country.  But based on my own rather ‘outside the box’ vantage point about the actual impact the decision will have on people, I was not for Great Britain leaving the EU.  I was in favor of them staying.  I feel a bit anxious and disheartened over the decision that was made.  There is a genuine uncertainty in the collective consciousness of the world, and especially Europe now.  It is ‘up in the air’ for most people what will actually happen.  Uncertainty is torment for the human mind.  That uncertainty is rippling outwards.  It is affecting me as an extrasensory intensely today.

question-2736480_640.jpgBecause what we have in the world today (as a result of this decision being made) is nothing but ‘potentials’, uncertainty is the very thing that needs to be directly addressed.  There are people in this world who feel awesome about the decision.  They feel nothing but a positive future awaiting.  But others feel the exact opposite.  They feel nothing but an uncertain future full of potential negatives. 

When something is not known or not decided relative to a circumstance that causes you stress or pain, you feel vulnerable.  There is no sense of resolution. This lack of resolve in and of itself adds to the distress you feel.  There is no relief.  It feels like you are stuck in a powerless place with no sense of control and completely at the mercy of the world.  So, if this is how you are feeling today, this is for you:

 


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I live in singapore and 40% are immigrants. Overcrowding created issues that ppl are not happy about. For Britain, I could understand how some ppl feel. It's ok to have immigrants coming but when it's too fast, the infrastructure and culture of the british will be negatively affected. Being independent allows a more regulated flow. I am sure britain will be able to adjust to the change. 

By the way, do you know this? 

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/131215

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I'm Italian and I live in London.

But I'm happy for the brexit.

I agree completely with the Soviet Union comparison of UE. 

Read page 39 of this assay, this journalist is a genius. The chapter "Beyond the wildest imagination":

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2ESBYeH0uvvMjJkZDM2YTMtODI5MS00OTJjLTk2ZGUtMTE5YmIwZWZiNmI4/edit?hl=en_US&pli=1

So well done about the brexit!

But what is going to happen is an Americanization of uk I think. I will miss them in Europe.

I don't know why you say that Muslim are going to be affected by the brexit. Maybe for the Americanisation of UK. It's not a mystery the propaganda anti Muslims done (by USA in particular) for justifying our violent presence in their countries.

I can say that these years in London have been amazing. A ma zing.

No borders (for me), multi culture to the greatest extent, stimulation, how we were living together so normally.

Where are you from? Korea, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Brasil, Finland, Marocco, Iraq.

And it was funny for me to see how the anti Muslim propaganda here had not effect AT ALL! You know, when the tv and news paper say "terrorist attak in ..".

Elsewere you start to look at the Muslims differently. Here not!

Here Muslim is the guy that sells you cigarettes, the guy of the laundery, the cool guy that you fancy so much, the friends, coworkers.

Amazing, this is the future. No borders, multi culture, the couples, the kids are all mixed.

And the food. And peace.

And the black guys, with their style.

Here I've seen the future of humanity.

Peace, variety and sunshine.

This is how I describe the atmosphere here before the referendum.

(Apart of those coincidences that Teal describes happening in London, sometimes unpleasant..)

From yesterday the atmosphere is changed.

We are all waiting.

It's ok, they couldn't continue in Europe. Enough is enough.

What gave UK the chance to go out is the pressure of USA. This is my feeling. USA wants UK. As at the time of tony blair I guess.

I don't know about the other countries. I hope we will free ourselves on our own. But I really can't imagine how.

Anyway, I'm happy to have tasted a bit of this future in London. Like me everyone who has lived here these years.

Now I know how the world will be. And I don't accept anything less than that.

You know, when you start to see everything less than that as pathetic, unacceptable? It's when you bring a change where you go. Even if you stay silence.

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With all the wishing in the world, I knew this would be the outcome. I live in the north of England (having moved from London 10 years ago) and the Difference in opinion between the north and the south was frighteningly apparent. I was saddened to realise just how easily seemingly intelligent people were scaremongered by the mere mention of immigration into voting to leave. I am angered that people that usually wouldn't even know where to go to vote, would so blindly make a decision without doing an ounce of research. there are so many more implications. They are now talking about a second vote?! If it wasn't so predictable it would be utterly shameful. Xxxxxxxx

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Hi Teal Thank you for your blog. The comments to this have been all lovely and I see both sides. I voted to remain in Europe so we could address these issue from the inside around the table. Instead we listened to a knowledgeable Boris but not such a wise and clever man. Albeit a wonderful and caring man. You know Teal this UK decision is being viewed as building borders and self protection we all see conflict coming. You are the one Teal to show harmony is the answer and how we are to love on another without conditions attached. Our role is to create the funds for you to do this life purpose work. Everyone should be aware of the wonderful Teal Eye. Love Mark x

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Two days before this happened, my country (Colombia) signed THE peace treaty of an almost 70-year civil war ... things are definitely changing in the world.. (and don't forget GB's history.... England is the most assiduous conqueror in the world.) I understand that separation is not necessarily the way to be happy but it brings contrast so we can value unity, and maybe now is the time to look elsewhere and expand towards other cultures, blend in with the world, learn from different types of people, there are many places to go, there are a lot of good people all over the world, try to put your attention on that. From my perspective Great Britain right now is like an old grumpy man complaining and yelling because he wants to be left alone.... so... love and patience people, love and patience. Meanwhile you focus on the paradise you're living now... and the beautiful lessons that you can learn and the people you can meet and be inspired by. :D 

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I don't live in the United Kingdom but I felt sad when I heard about these news of separation. I persoanlly think is more about money than anything else. Most likely, after the separation, the UK will not have financial obligations with the EU anymore. No more helping poor countries that belong to the EU. Those funds will be used somewhere else. Hopefully, they will not be used to increase  politicians  salaries. 

But what still,bothers me is that politicians use the immigrant issue as their platform to gain votes. If there is anything  wrong with any country, politicians like to blame it on the immigrants. That s the way it is almost everywhere, specially the US. The media and politicians advertise these ideas to the general population creating fear and separation. While immigration is an issue  hard to handle, there are solutions  that can be  implemented to benefit everyone, not just one side. and it's not fair to blame immigrants for the problems in our economy, when the people responsible for the economy are  many times, corrupt politicians  that  makes themselves rich  at the  expense of the rest, like is the case in Spain and other countries. 

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this subject, which is of course very dear to my heart

Personally, I see the decision for Britain to leave the EU as a positive one

Coming from a vibration of love, rather than fear, the decision can be viewed as an excellent opportunity for real, meaningful and lasting change and it can be for the benefit of all

I believe that as sovereign beings, we the people of Britain should be more involved in the decision making processes, as placing so much power in the hands of a few only opens the situation up to corruption, deceit, fear mongering and control, which in my humble opinion, can never be a good thing

Rather than fear and division, the outcome of the referendum can be used as an opportunity for the people of Britain to set aide our differences and come together in the vibration of love, to decide what kind of society we wish to live in

In common law, it is we the sovereign people of Britain who hold ultimate power. However, our current political system, has taken our sovereignty and sold it on the stock market. For way too long, we have been lied to, controlled and manipulated through fear and if we so choose, this can be an opportunity to leave behind the "fearporn", recognise ourselves as one and build a new society, where everyone is equal and provided with an equal chance to prosper

I am the founder of www.redesigningdemocracy.co.uk A grassroots movement of people permanently living in the UK, who believe our political system isn't working for the vast majority of those it is meant to serve, is undemocratic and in dire need of change

We have one goal, which we have defined as: "To design and build a truly democratic UK society, where everyone will have an equal chance to prosper" and if they so choose, the sovereign people of any nation could build a grassroots movement in their own country

I have written more about the opportunity we the sovereign people are now being presented with in our recent blog article www.aradicalthinker.tumblr.com 

 

Namaste x

 

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BREXIT

 

GETTING RID OF THE RAIN BY THROWING OUT THE RAINCOAT 

 

It is as if people had enough of the rain, deeply done with it altogether - and thus voted to get rid of the raincoat. 

 

Perhaps or even certainly so, the raincoat was not quite right and did need a lot of improvement. Sure, but, getting rid off it altogether when you know it will rain was the very decision made from the emotional basis of “once you get rid of the raincoat, the rain will be gone as well.”

 

People wanted to get out of globalisation, wanted to leave the globalised world with all its new problems at unprecedented scale.

 

Thus they OPTED OUT of a complex management structure, that has at least some potential to regulate. People voted against complexity. People voted against their very own interest because of an unprecedented level of manipulation of the democratic process. Yes Uninformed and misinformed decision making unhinges the democratic process.

 

People voted to leave, because they wanted to be heard and validated. They did not recognise that this vote will have consequences, consequences they did not intend, consequences that do not serve their very own interest.

 

And people will be disappointed to find that there is no way back and that none of us can vote to leave a globalised world much as we cannot change the weather.

 

But we can dress right for the weather and embrace the weather as our ally.

 

What will come next? Hopefully a clarification process that indeed we are connected and are capable of working together as a species. Fortunately there is not just one and only one way. And sometimes a more challenging way can even more give rise to expansion and understanding. Currently apparently this is the way that serves.

 

We are all connected. We are one. We are learning. We are part of a process. May it serve. May we serve this process.

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I'd be more inclined to say, our government have ignored us, pushed us about, forced us to accept things and made us feel like we weren't important. There was no democracy and the people were getting more and more distressed.
Our own young, unskilled workers are unable to get work, as desperate migrants are taking super low paid work (lower than the minimum wage) which devalues imperative jobs such as cleaning and so on. I don't mind immigration at all, but is it fair for the hard working people to suffer because of it? 
I personally believe that this is unfair on both sides and raises the fact that our government turned a blind eye to our suffering. Everyone should be on enough to live instead of this backhanded rivalry, spurred by the greed of businesses preying on people's desperation for a better life.

The English people are angry because they are not heard. They are bringing about a revolution and I fully support this as I was one of the people who voted leave as a protest. Now the entirety of the government realises that they cannot control us and they have raised a tempest which will wash away the weak of will.

The EU is a club, where the club leaders sit upon their plush cushions making business decisions which affect people's lives. They care not if I struggle to pay my bills or children go hungry. The tax payers money keeps their children in private schools for little dictators and their bellies full of foiegras.
The fearmongering was designed to cause a rift between the people. To take away the pressure from the real problem, our government and turn us against each other, when we were all voting for the same thing. 

We want to be free, we want to be happy, we want opportunities. Right now, as a nation, we are destructing. It's like the mentality of someone threatening suicide "maybe now you'll see how much you hurt me" and unfortunately, I see no other way. They must present us with a better option or UK will collapse. We need a solid leader to bring us stability in this time of great instability and rebuild over this prison. 
It is so bad out here that migrants complain about how the new migrants are taking work for less money so it's harder for them. I mean it just goes to show how absolutely corrupt this place is. We're not racist, we're one of the most diverse countries you could visit. We accept anyone and don't ask people to change, but the business world has us captive and we have had enough.

This is new and exciting times and a lot of people in power will be shown up and engulfed in the furore. We are claiming our lives back, we will no longer want to live to work. The working class will be a proud people, not glorified slaves to their tie-wearing, cocaine addicted, psychopathic masters. We must stand together and finish what we started, the fight for our voices to be heard. I stand by all my fellow people no matter their ethnicity. I am a descendant of immigration throughout history, I am a collection of genetic variation through time, I am British. I support the genetic variation of our future, but I am not a slave to business and I will not have the future of our children be dictated by the wealthy; who keep them in a silent, powerless struggle. This is about unity, this is not about segregation.

 

Edit:

When I say British or English, I don't mean the white people, I mean the people who are part of our society and live here. I mean the Muslim down the road who sees this land as home and raises his family here, the Italian person in the comments above who has lived in London for years and joins in with our community and adds to the beautiful diversity that they speak of. It's great here. If you are a permanent resident of this country, contributing and coexisting you are British to me. A passport is for stamps, it only says where you have been, not who you are.

Edited by Eva*Millar
Clarity.

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On ‎6‎/‎24‎/‎2016 at 3:31 PM, Louise Aspinall said:

Hi Teal - thanks for writing your thoughts on this - I was interested to know your position. I voted leave - but for me and I know many of us, it was not about the people of Europe in any way - it was about the corruption in the EU itself - Brussels, where they make our laws for us and we have no say in it. It was/is destined to become some sort of super power and I felt it was moving towards everything that we are trying to save this planet from - the global 'elite', one world government, lack of freedom - for me this was a big show of freedom, freedom from the slavery they were trying to impose on us all. There is a large proportion of the country that have voted sole for immigration reasons, which is sad. However, I flt that we needed the immigration problem, to prompt these votes, to break up the EU. It may not have happened if we hadn't had that large share of votes. Great Britain gives more in foreign aid, charity donations and other aid than many countries so it is not that we are not charitable. I know many of us would take all of these refugees in if we could - I would. However we are only an island with a finite amount of space. So we have to look at this problem from many different angles. I hope that this will trigger other countries to remove themselves from this beaurocratic farcical system called the EU - hopefully we can ditch the flag, the anthem and go back to being strong countries, friends and trading partners on our own terms - that is what I had hoped for by voting out,. The new golden age as you mentioned. There was no malice in my vote whatsoever. This is not about the individual countries of Europe or the people. I for one hope this will lead to a brighter peaceful place for us all and peace does belong here. Much love to you all xx

 

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On ‎6‎/‎25‎/‎2016 at 4:46 AM, Ambra said:

I'm Italian and I live in London.

But I'm happy for the brexit.

I agree completely with the Soviet Union comparison of UE. 

Read page 39 of this assay, this journalist is a genius. The chapter "Beyond the wildest imagination":

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2ESBYeH0uvvMjJkZDM2YTMtODI5MS00OTJjLTk2ZGUtMTE5YmIwZWZiNmI4/edit?hl=en_US&pli=1

So well done about the brexit!

But what is going to happen is an Americanization of uk I think. I will miss them in Europe.

I don't know why you say that Muslim are going to be affected by the brexit. Maybe for the Americanisation of UK. It's not a mystery the propaganda anti Muslims done (by USA in particular) for justifying our violent presence in their countries.

I can say that these years in London have been amazing. A ma zing.

No borders (for me), multi culture to the greatest extent, stimulation, how we were living together so normally.

Where are you from? Korea, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Brasil, Finland, Marocco, Iraq.

And it was funny for me to see how the anti Muslim propaganda here had not effect AT ALL! You know, when the tv and news paper say "terrorist attak in ..".

Elsewere you start to look at the Muslims differently. Here not!

Here Muslim is the guy that sells you cigarettes, the guy of the laundery, the cool guy that you fancy so much, the friends, coworkers.

Amazing, this is the future. No borders, multi culture, the couples, the kids are all mixed.

And the food. And peace.

And the black guys, with their style.

Here I've seen the future of humanity.

Peace, variety and sunshine.

This is how I describe the atmosphere here before the referendum.

(Apart of those coincidences that Teal describes happening in London, sometimes unpleasant..)

From yesterday the atmosphere is changed.

We are all waiting.

It's ok, they couldn't continue in Europe. Enough is enough.

What gave UK the chance to go out is the pressure of USA. This is my feeling. USA wants UK. As at the time of tony blair I guess.

I don't know about the other countries. I hope we will free ourselves on our own. But I really can't imagine how.

Anyway, I'm happy to have tasted a bit of this future in London. Like me everyone who has lived here these years.

Now I know how the world will be. And I don't accept anything less than that.

You know, when you start to see everything less than that as pathetic, unacceptable? It's when you bring a change where you go. Even if you stay silence.

 

WELL STATED!!!

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l feel it does not really matter, it was just a referendum, England is not out yet... Im french  l live in Portugal, got many english friends, heard all their contradictory points of view and kinda agreed to all.. l liked the out to win because if somehow it does not show unity, it  does show that another world is possible... we are so stuck in the feeling that these building blocks of civilization are imuable, that nothing will change once its created...that politics win anyway... l liked the warning to the EU that its planned obsolescence has run out warranty...
At least we learn that empires are built and empires get crushed
 

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