Are you a moocher, a looter, or a producer?

moochers, looters, producersEach of these is a distinction, moocher, looter, producer. Your belonging to one of these categories can be considered a sliding scale or a pregnant/not pregnant absolute, depending on your capacity to look at existence and not feel compelled to lie.

Mooching and looting is being on the side of Death. But let us not jump ahead.

How do you find out if you are a moocher or a looter?

If you are a moocher then your vocabulary, inner or outer, will give you away.

Moochers have no self-esteem. They have no confidence. They use "deserve," "wish," "hope," "need," "give," "get" often. They need to be loved, appreciated, listened to, paid attention to. They consider it their right. They are entitled...

They value nothing. They don't value what they got from you: "value is for traders", they say, and they shudder at the thought of trading: they have nothing to offer except their neediness and helplessness.

They feel like victims, and they are looking for handouts.

If you don't give it to them, they complain. They will say that you are selfish. They can't stand on their own, they are weak and they show you their need, their pain, their wounds, their misfortune as badges of honor that earned them handouts, handout of love, attention, or anything that matches their need.

They hope that somehow, someone, something, will fill the hole in their being. They are the ones that hope that some investment will pay off, that someone will make them money, somehow.

They are unable or unwilling to take responsibility of their power to provide for themselves, they completely give it all up.

Their knowledge is second-hand, they either can't think, or they won't think.

Their whole world is mystical: no cause and effect, no reason is operational in their world. Most religious people live in wish, in hope, with their hands out.

The Law of Attraction believers are moochers.

The teachers of all these hope-stuff are, on the other hand, looters. All of them.

Looters are the powerless little pranks, that will take it by force. Their tools are blackmail, authority, position, orders, guns, muscle-strength, gangs, politics, regulations, and such.

Their vocabulary is, although not always outwardly, has the word: "I want," "I won't allow it," "I won't permit it," "you will," "you should..." etc. They know they are not entitled, they know that they are taking by force. Taxes are a version of looting.

Their knowledge is second-hand as well.

Both the moocher and the looter depend on the producer.

The producer knows what he loves, that he is willing to spend his whole life producing. They love the doing and they love the results their doing produces.

The entire wealth of the planet depends on the producers. They are the motor of the world. They get no respect, they get no notoriety: if they did, then the moochers and the looters would not have anyone to mooch or loot from, they would have to earn their keep, provide value for value.

The currency of the moocher is need. The currency of the looter is force. The currency of the producer is creative problem solving using their brain.

The producer is and individualist, proud of their mind, proud of their accomplishment. They consider no one as their boss, no one as their dependent. They trade value for value, and give nothing away for lesser or no value: that would make them a moocher by the law of enabling.

They love what they do so much that they, unless they are highly conscious, will allow others to mooch and loot their fortunes, so they are allowed to do what they do.

Producers are rarely satisfied with being an employee, though they may start out as such. They value independence, they enjoy creating the whole world inside which they produce, instead of a framework fraught with limitations given by another.

Moochers and looters rarely become self-employed: they need the crowd, they need the power in numbers. They like to belong.

Producers love their life. Exactly the way it is, and exactly the way it isn't. They love life for its own sake. They rejoice in being, even when the circumstances are harsh. They are continually expanding: if they begin to shrink, they become moochers or looters as a result.

When I look at myself, I have been hovering between moocher and producer all my life.

Most of my life I didn't know what I wanted. I didn't know that I deserved to work for my own sake, live for my own sake, take pride in my accomplishments.

People hated me for my virtues, and I shrunk to accommodate them and to escape being hated.

It takes a lot of courage to be a producer, apologizing for nothing, owing nothing to anyone, to be the pride of Existence, the highest achievement of Life.

I have my moments, but I am not quite there.

About 1% of humanity are producers, about one half percent of Americans. Living in a welfare state corrupts the would-be producers.

Moochers and looters turn values into crap, natural progression and the wealth of the world is halted by them. They live for today, even if they give you lip-service to prove how high-minded they are... they are lying.

Is there any way we could take the Earth back, people who produce?

At this point humanity is digging its own grave, and Existence has had enough of it.

We are either facing extinction or the "Thousand Years of Peace", and the problem of moochers and looters cannot be solved on the level of consciousness that created the phenomenon.

No revolution, no reforms, no talking, no known and bankrupt methods will produce a new humanity that honors the individual, that honors each individual's right to its own production, that honors that each individual lives for their own sake as moral duty.

Moses wandered in the wilderness for forty years, so the generation of slaves dies off: they weren't allowed to enter the Promised Land with the values of a slave, the values of a moocher.

But because nothing else happened in those forty years, the Promised Land didn't become the Age of Prosperity: it became the age of Looters and Moochers.

The energy transmissions I distribute as audios are designed to tear up your moral depravity so you can, maybe, find the human, the producer, the self-esteem, the pride underneath it.

Will it succeed? It is not up to me any more. It is up to you.

Let's make the energies work with us and for us.

It takes the choice, it takes the volition of the listener to make it work. Free will is still the ultimate law. Only looters violate that.

My Cure Procrastination audio is a good place to start: it addresses the hopelessness, the lack of self-esteem, the depression, the confusion, the lack of clarity, the death-wish, effectively.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

3 thoughts on “Are you a moocher, a looter, or a producer?”

  1. Hi Sophie,
    I came across your site through checking up on the healing codes , all sort of by accident! Interesting website , im curious and find interesting what you say just read moochers article , hmm you dont mince your words , a good thing , if challenging , im thinking jeez Im probably a moocher a lot especially in past but am doing practices and attending workshop with a realised teacher etc bla bla, I will read more and you have me on your group heal can you send me times expense and details , thanks , james

  2. I guess I want healing, but self-healing seems lille too much work. Something has happened to my will. I have always been lazy. And never known what I wanted, and wanted to please a God I could never quit connect with. I am a moocher. And a consumer of self-help products. But I don’t do all I can to help myself. I want to be healed and boosted up to a point of feeling better and thinking more clearly. Then to carry on with my life.
    My life has been more of a struggle and waste than it has needed to be. I am embarrassed at the idea of only waking up now, as I am 49 years old. My work with you do far has not felt very rewarding or assuring. I do not want to continue for the wrong reasons.

    I have learned all the wrong lessons. I
    am afraid to want anything. I get very little out of my experience of life. I have no promise or plan
    Or deal for the afterlife. I have spent so many years holding my breath. My greatest accomplishment is surviving. But what for?

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