#Cyberpeacefare#PersonalCyberpower#Connectivity#The Mind

In the language of John Assaraf,"we are all connected.We just don't see it.There isn't an " out there" and an "in here"Everything in the universe is connected.It is just one energy.(i.e. the whole)
For Bob Proctor, "I dont care what city you are living in, you've got enough power in your body, potential power, to illuminate the whole city...".Thus to become conscious of this power is to become a 'live wire'.
The universe is the live wire.It carries powers sufficient to meet every situation...When the individual mind touches the the universal mind, it receives all its powers". Charles Haanel
The question; why are men not conscious of their personal cyberpower at this time when a global world has emerged sequel to global consciousness and connectivity in the universe?There is the urgent need to unleash personal cyberpower that is available to every individual.Such that, the entire globe will be eternally illuminated on wrong beliefs, thoughts,values, etc., that are antithetical to the universal whole.Moreover, brainwashing,delusion among others.

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Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on January 7, 2016 at 4:21am

If that is the question, then, we must should not hesitate take up our civic responsibilities as world citizens to initiate a CyberWorldPeace Tsunami. No more sitting on the fence,which ever region of the world we may be, lets keep our finger tips on our smartphones , laptops, computers, tablets etc, as we hold tenaciously to the strong belief in butterfly effect/systems theory for the defeat of terrorism in all its ramifications and religious extremism.

Comment by Al LeBlanc on January 5, 2016 at 5:42pm

Hope somebody breaks the "silence" and helps brainstorm #cyberpeacefare ?

Comment by Al LeBlanc on January 5, 2016 at 5:36pm

Great message for start of New Year.  Seems to me men (and women usall)are "conscious of their personal cyberpower" at their finger tips, especially when we have tried to motivate them over and over again.  Why are they not responding to the call to Initiate a CyberWorldPeaceTsunami (butterfly effect) ?  That is the question ?  

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