“The original conflict of interest between Indigenous people and Industrial people is Stewardship of the earth, water, fire and air; and, Ownership which is still on-going today.” – Patricia Anne Davis, Navajo Wisdom Keeper
Indigenous people were stewards of the four sacred elements for generations and Industrial people trashed the planet within a few centuries. Industrial people have man-made Political “Sovereignty” and Indigenous people have Inherent Sovereignty with creator and creation, power within to have power with others and this eliminates the need for power over.
Our whole-brain thinking is constructed for using our thinking for what it is for, the appropriate use of our whole-brain thinking is for designing the co-creative solutions using power within from creator for power with others to eliminate the need for power over & Tyranny. Thus, the “criminal mind” is using our thinking for what it is not for and to limit thinking capacity of our Inherent Sovereignty with creator for win-win constructive and life-affirming decisions & choices. The “criminal mind” always makes win-lose (no-win for everyone) destructive and death-producing decisions and choices.
Over the centuries people have used the “criminal mind” to manifest these forms of pain and suffering: poverty, hunger, homelessness, addiction, illness, incarceration and war. Pain and suffering are not a spiritual path, yet people have been programmed and conditioned to believe that there is a reward for pain and suffering. This is a belief in a cosmic lie. Ownership is based upon win-lose. Therefore, this belief is morally wrong. We cannot reform anything that is morally wrong. However, we can reframe our thinking into win-win decision making to remember and reawaken our sacred-SELF intellect to initiate peace making with creator and restore balance and harmony with creation as a spiritual and moral way of life.