‘The Future Of Community Living…’ by Michelle Walling, CHLC, Staff writer, In5D.com
“From Our Friends Over at How to Exit The Matrix”
In the late 60’s and early 70’s, hippie communes and campgrounds were a place of peace and love. Government camping regulations now disallow this kind of living on public lands. Communal living is discouraged from society to the point of zoning and utility restrictions that define usage of public and private property. People are now taking a stance against government restriction and are realizing that we were created to live together in communities where we are all equal and we all have something to contribute, and we should not have to pay extra for things like water, energy, and organic food.
Communal Living in the U.S.
Many people over the last forty-plus years have had dreams of buying property and creating a low cost of living miniature city that is self sufficient. Everyone would have everything they needed to live comfortably and barter or donation would get you anything you needed. Of one person liked to cook, they would cook for many, and of another person liked to build houses they would build many houses.
Children are meant to grow up with just one or two caregivers. In communal living, children have many surrogate mothers and father figures with aunts, uncles and neighbors. Children need to be surrounded by loving people in their formative years and to be shown how to live in love. Instead, most children today live in broken homes or with parents that argue aboutmoney and other societal difficulties.
The Amish grow their own organic food and have the lowest rate of cancer and disease. In correlation they do not vaccinate their children. They have most of what they need right there in their community where everyone grows up learning a trade. However, the Amish still do not have the idea 100% correct, or we already have been living like them and the world would be a different place. It seems there may be some free will lacking in decision making, which still allows for control. However many principles used by the Amish can parallel to sustainable communities without the societal restrictions.
More upscale community living has been proven to work in communities where traditional houses exist. Yards of grass are a thing of the past here, and instead everyone grows a vegetable garden and shares the food with their neighbors. They get together to pre-determine who will grow what. This picture is an example of what has been termed “Foodscaping” and is courtesy of the Facebook pages SEED: The Untold Story and Spiritual Ecology.
Planned resistance against communal living in the U.S.
Communities have come and gone, and thousands of plans have started out with excitement and have vanished in the dust just as quickly. Why have communities mostly failed in their efforts in the past?
Governments have millions of dollars allocated to keeping people from living together. The brilliant plan of economic pressure and credit based allowance of buying houses one cannot afford pulled most of America into the mortgage trap. In succession, both parents in a family began working and now many of these families are without a home due to foreclosure.
Most land zoning restrictions do not allow for campground living. The closest legal thing possible to this is an RV park, which requires about a million dollars to build and requires rent or a daily camping fee as well as utilities like electricity, etc. for long term stay. Government regulatory agencies are always on the lookout for communal living and do everything they can to bust them up. Raids occur in small family communal living with the mask of warrants for illegal marijuana culturing where mass quantities of trucks are brought in. In some cases other organic foods such as strawberries and blueberries are seized even if marijuana was not found.
There have been instances lately where people are being fined and even thrown in jail for not adhering to city restrictions which require that all houses be connected to electrical and/or water hookups, whether they use it or not. A woman in Cape Coral, Florida has been living off the grid with solar power and reclaimed water. She had to go to court and was found not guilty for her use of solar energy and her use of the city sewer for her shower and toilet, however the city then capped off her use of the sewer because of the thousands of dollars past due on her sewer charges that were not paid in her water bill.
If communities do get established, the unseen dark forces begin to hone in on those who unconsciously allow them into their auric field. Erratic behavior in a community from just one individual can disrupt the lives of everyone. Before you know it, everyone is arguing or leaving and the dark has easily completed their task of disharmony.
As we continue to raise our vibrations, we realize that if we would treat others as we would want to be treated ourselves, then harmony can indeed take place. The vibrational level of the planet has risen to a frequency which allows for this kind of living to occur now as people are becoming more responsible for their thoughts and actions. They are realizing that what we do to one person on the planet we do to ourselves, all of humanity, and the planet herself.
The Law of Resonance
As we raise our vibration towards ascension, those who wish to live apart from those who wish to stay in the old third dimensional way of thinking and living will naturally begin separating based on vibrational match due to the Law of Resonance. As we bring more soul essence light into our bodies we may not even be able to communicate with these people because it will seem like we are speaking another language. They will not feel comfortable with us and we will not feel comfortable with them. This may cost you some friends but in the long run you will be much happier without them. Since everyone is on an individual ascension path, respect for another’s timeline is essential.
Thousands of people are driving the movement of awareness toward communal living. These forerunners dedicate their lives to help humanity awaken to the backward way of life that we have been born into. Without these people, some of us would have no idea why we think we have to struggle just to survive, as it has always been that way in this lifetime.
Movers and Shakers in Communal Living
Many people have created organizations that help provide for the needs of those who are having a hard time sustaining food, clothing, and shelter in today’s economic chaos. Fundraising efforts for those who have life threatening illnesses are heart based efforts to help those who might not be able to get through this life without such help. Successful communites have been planned and blueprints are available to follow. The internet continues to serve as a tool on instant sustainable living ideas and projects.
Here are just a few brilliant examples of how today’s leaders create the bridge for humanity to cross in order to find freedom.