InfiniteMuscle wrote: ↑
Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:17 am
I don't understand how people are so bugged out by this. Daryl need to make money, Bashar is supporting Daryl by mentioning the copyright stuff. Makes perfect sense.
Well when it gets to the point of "no posting of transcripts, no quotes over 100 words," removing youtube videos, etc, etc.--it becomes a bit
"over the top."
"Tumblr’s biggest copyright troll is a guy who says he knows an alien":
https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/bashar ... ht-tumblr/
Another pov on copyright, from Abraham-Hicks:
"Q: I'd like the larger perspective of copyright, especially in this climate of iPods and downloading music, digital rights, controlling copying...
A: There is infinite intelligence not guarded by any copyright, available to everyone... if you could apply that, you could see that while many people are using Esther's words, it is not slowing down Jerry & Esther... An artist listens to music, feels it, expresses it, and bounces off it into his own style. Others copy him and leap off again...
But if you focus on it, you see that it is not possible to control the uncontrollable. It's all upstream, the trying to control. Make it downstream instead. Just say 'I do what I do and I do the best I can.' It's downstream to trust that you will be sufficiently compensated for your work. Many can compensate you easily. For others, not only is it easier not to pay, it's cooler, too! It's upstream to say, 'People are ripping me off!' It's downstream to say, 'They were never going to buy it anyway and it might benefit them.'
If you call them unethical or inappropriate, that's all upstream. It gets you all out of whack trying to control them and puts the cost of everything higher. Say instead, 'There are people who will harmonize with me who will want to give something of value in return.' If they say, 'I will just take it,' that is out of balance and Law of Attraction will manage them and they will not be with you. if copyright is making you crazy, you are out of alignment. Protection is always upstream.
Another Abe concept is to "get money out of the equation."
We can be compensated in many and various ways, if we are open to receiving. Money can come from a source that
is completely unrelated to our work.
Van Gogh is an example. Today we are aghast that his paintings didn't sell in his lifetime. But his brother willingly supported him
so he could keep on following his excitement as an artist. He was able to do what he needed to do, when he
needed to do it (B's definition of abundance).