"I look inside for novel ways to sell liberty."

Novel ways? Ayn Rand literally wrote novels to glorify her heroic sense of life, but her novels had to implicitly "sell" liberty, because liberty is the political condition required by true heroes. Future liberty loving fiction writers also will probably "sell" the ideas of liberty in novels for a long time to come.

But freedom lovers who do not write fiction can still listen inside to their inner voice and come up with a million and one novel ways to sell liberty.

One valuable way to sell liberty is to float proposals which sound reasonable to the public but would surely have the old-guard defending like crazy. Remember, whoever is defending is really attacking oneself, which really is crazy.

James Dale Davidson and Lord William Rees-Mogg floated such a proposal in their book "The Sovereign Individual". It was a proposal to pay all political office holders straight commission based on the growth of after-tax per-capita income.

If Tea Party politicians were to introduce this proposal in Congress, or even into campaign debates, the old-guard would surely scream and cry, tear their clothes, throw fits and fly into temper tantrums.

Is it to liberty's advantage for the public to watch the old-guard acting this way in the face of a reasonable sounding proposal?

You should be hearing inside, "Yes!" Anytime one goes into resistance against a reasonable sounding idea, or even against a cherished traditional idea, it is the one who is resisting who loses. The old-guard screaming and crying, ranting and raving about school vouchers has worked in liberty's favor.

What about "selling" liberty in other realms besides art and politics?

What if an insurance salesman included a paperback copy of something short and easy to read such as Ayn Rand's "Anthem" or Frederic Bastiat's "The Law" as a complimentary gift to his customer with each policy delivered?

What if one sold a product that included in the packaging a short, easy to read, non-offending primer on freedom ideas like the truth that taxation is immoral?

What if someone sold small business owners on the idea of reprogramming their sales receipts printout so that the line after the subtotal which for years has said "Sales Tax" now says "Government Theft"?

What if one came up with a product priced to appeal to minimum wage earners and at the same time serve as an entry point or "foot in the door" to the longer-term creation of individual sovereignty?

What if marketing schemes of various freedom technology products included the Course in Political Miracles as part of their distribution?

When it comes to novel ideas which promote liberty ... the sky is not the limit. There are no limits.

This month give yourself an assignment to meditate constructively ... coming up with 25 novel ways to sell or promote liberty.

Each night before retiring, ask yourself very seriously, and with great desire, to give you during your sleep some wonderful novel ideas for selling liberty.

Go to sleep with a notepad and pencil nearby, happy in the knowledge that losing a few minutes sleep in the middle of the night is a small price to pay for establishing liberty.

Each morning with great gratitude review the ideas given to you during the night and ask that even more good ideas be given during the day.

During longer daily meditations this month, specifically ask to be shown novel ways to sell liberty.

Some of these ideas will make you a great deal of money and work toward assuring your own individual sovereignty. Some ideas you will share with others and everyone will make money.

You can be happy in the knowledge that whether the novel ideas make money or not, all will promote liberty. And because we are all connected on psychic levels, the ideas will have their effects in the minds of others.

Throughout this entire month, remember that an idea held in mind produces after its kind. Remember that novel ideas selling liberty are contagious, infecting all minds very powerfully.

To really understand the evil psychology of modern "liberal progressives," read Ayn Rand's entire novel "Atlas Shrugged"

"God's laws will keep your minds at peace, because peace IS His Will, and His laws are established to uphold it. His are the laws of freedom, but yours are the laws of bondage. Since freedom and bondage are irreconcilable, their laws CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD TOGETHER. The laws of God work only for your good, and there ARE no other laws beside His. Everything else is merely lawLESS, and therefore chaotic." -Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles