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TOPIC: Future GTEN course topics - what do you want to study?

Future GTEN course topics - what do you want to study? 3 years 1 month ago #349


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Hi folks,

We'd like this topic thread to influence our future GTEN course content. Please add your input and discussion by replying both now and anytime in the future.

We started GTEN.org with 5 courses that are each designed to stand on their own and also to work together for a comprehensive understanding of rights, trusts, trusteeship, structure and operations for asset protection and a firm foundation to live as a free inhabitant without the jurisdiction and authority of the public forum and its trappings. We're adding Administrative Justice at the strong suggestion by a member, Siobhan, and because we agree with her that it's important to have the tools to privately handle private matters and quash controversies. We're now looking at our potential offerings, and we welcome your input. This is your (our) private member organization, not some company that markets widgets we hope you'll buy if we make them shiny and trendy enough. Anyway, we suck at marketing. Thankfully GTEN.org is growing nicely by word of mouth and reputation, so we will just keep focusing on what I think we're good at: solid content based on authoritative sources and digging down to the truth.

What would YOU like to learn? And how would you rank the following ideas in terms of what you'd like to see next? These are a few of the ideas we're considering:

1. Success science - subliminal subconscious reprogramming tools.
2. Corporate credit - the fast track to establish and build corporate credit and forget personal credit.
3. Trust law - the case law of trusts including understanding Weiss's citations.
4. Common law court - how to handle court matters under common law, without the court.
5. Guest interviews - deep topics with invited guest speakers.
6. Guest teachers - invitations to select individuals to teach GTEN courses in their areas of expertise.
7. Others? We welcome hearing what you'd like to gain from GTEN.org membership.

It's my hope this topic thread will create an ongoing discussion and ever-growing list of ideas. It's already the case that almost all members eventually register for every GTEN course. We think that says a lot about the relevance of the topics. We thank you for that, and we want to make sure we keep future content every bit as relevant to you.

Thanks, and blessings,
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Future GTEN course topics - what do you want to study? 3 years 1 month ago #352

Thank you for taking interest in what the community wants to learn. As you know I'm already signed up for Administrative Justice and looking forward to it. As far as what's next, I'm resonating with each of those ideas you presented. What jumps out for me in particular and in this order, is number 4 common law court, 3 trust law and number 2 corporate credit.

However, in my view number 1 is important for all walks of life, this education is no exception.

Learning is one thing, but changing base sub conscious programming, behavioral responses, thought patterns etc. is another, and to be the best I can be I incorporate doing both in my life... learning, as well as re-programming/re-training myself where I see I need it and want it for both my conscious level of awareness and my sub conscious levels. That is important to me. Transforming myself. As I upgrade my knowledge, I also upgrade my thinking, my speaking, my behavioral responses, my reactions ..all that. It's a whole integrated kind of thing...

Something on success science would be fun - there is so much exquisite knowledge in this area and when I have and do apply it, I bend and shift my reality to the direction of my focus and watch it unfold in the 3D experience more and more...the more I focus and pay attention to what I'm shifting, the faster and sharper the bending...the sooner the reality plays out in my life experience.

Perhaps...success science combined with esoteric knowledge about language, roots of the language we speak and words we write (rite) and spell (magic) and how neural patterns are developed in connection with language...also combined with esoteric knowledge and teachings about natural law, also touching on various law forms and how these are all a kind of different program, like various forms of software we can apply to life depending on what the situation is...that all might be very interesting :)

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Future GTEN course topics - what do you want to study? 1 year 2 months ago #685


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Hi all.

Here are the topics I like the most from Christian's list:

1) Success science - How about distinguishing between money vs. currency? There's so much
confusion between the 2 terms. The first is a storage of value while the other is a
medium of exchange. Search Mike Maloney for more details.

3) Trust Law - YES!!! The more examples from Canadian or other non-American jurisdictions,
the better.


I'd like to add the following topics to the list:

1) Flag Theory - spreading various business elements (e.g. incorporation, banking) across many
jurisdictions and countries, and how it integrates with private express trusts

2) International Travel - More details to follow.
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Future GTEN course topics - what do you want to study? 1 year 2 months ago #686


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Hi.

Let's include Contract Law because today all law is Contract Law. To add to Siobhan's comments about word magic, I suggest learning about writing standard contract terms and clauses so that they limit our liabilities, protect our interests and honor fairness for all parties affected.

Also, I'd be interested in learning the difference between autographs and signatures, and the legal implications of each.

FYI, I've seen the word "indenture" replace "contract" in Trust Law as they are synonyms. Is it because of the negative connotation of "contract" -> con: to swindle or trick; tract: pamphlet for general distribution.

Magic and the Power of Words
http://themindunleashed.com/2015/03/magic-and-the-power-of-words.html



Cheers,


Rolando
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