Spiritual Revolution / Spirituelle Revolution / Revolução Espiritual / Revolución Espiritual

I think this is an interesting time, I think that people interested once more in formulating a different Society, I think people kind of are bored with the current cultural narrative that supports elitism.

The planet is being destroyed, we are creating an underclass, we are exploiting poor people all over the World and the genuine legitimate problems of the people are not being addressed.

This is what I belive, you see certain cultural narratives are promoted that are beneficial only to the elites. These cultural narratives are not true.

I think of the contemporary bipartisan politics is a meaningless spectacle designed to distract you from where power truthfully dwells.

Politics just needs to be the administration of certain spiritual principles. For me these spiritual principles important is that we are all one, we are all together and every individual’s rights need to be respected.

I think that we need to see politics as the implementing of spiritual principles of oneness, togetherness, tolerance of one another and making sure that the people are taken care of. This is what I think, I think we need a spiritual revolution more than a political one.

I believe profoundly in the power of humanity in connecting. I believe we are all connected and there is an inevitability that there will be a successful revolution. I think this is a changing Consciousness that we are all experiencing meaning that we will survive.

There has to be massive and radical changes in power structures. We need to look at the world as one inclusive identity, we need to look at how many people are on the planet and look at what resources are available and the most sensible things to do.

You can’t define yourself in reference to external things you must define yourself internally in relation to a higher entity seeing yourself as a manifestation as a higher thing a higher frequency. Get yourself in alignment with that and you will beam like the sun.

I believe in Oneness but we all believe so much in our relative identities, these flesh puppets. I do also believe in individualism and personal identity, but these things are transient, what’s really important what defines us is things we all share like unity and togetherness.

As long as we have cultural narratives that suppress these ideas and even rubbish these ideas in favour of selfishness, lust and greed and as long as we believe in these selfish ideas we will be exploited by corporations that prey on all these negative facets of humanity.

There is going to be a revolution. It is going to happen. I haven’t got a flicker of doubt this is the end. This is time to wake up.

There may have been darkness for thousands of years but as soon as the match is struck there is light there. The light is coming.

Russell Brand is an English comedian, actor, radio host, author, and activist. Brand has become known as a public activist and campaigner.

He has spoken on a wide range of political and cultural issues, including wealth inequality, addiction, corporate capitalism, climate change, and media bias.

Over the course of his career, Brand has been the subject of frequent media coverage and controversy for issues such as his promiscuity and drug use, his outrageous behaviour at various award ceremonies.

His dismissal from MTV and resignation from the BBC, and his two-year marriage with singer Katy Perry. He has incorporated many of his controversial public antics into his comedic material.

His parents split up when he was six months old, and he was raised by his mother. He had a difficult childhood. When he was 7, a tutor sexually abused him.

When Brand was 8, his mother contracted uterine cancer and then breast cancer one year later. When he was 14, he suffered from bulimia nervosa.

Brand says he had a strange relationship with his father, whom he saw sporadically and who took him to visit prostitutes during a trip to Thailand when Brand was a teenager.

When he was 16, he left home because of disagreements with his mother’s partner. Brand then started to use illegal drugs such as cannabis, amphetamines, LSD, and ecstasy.

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