Karin’s Newsletter #14 – special edition, December 26, 2014
My crowdfunding experience continued…
Dear fellow travelers;
I want to give an update on my crowdfunding campaign for the publishing of my book “Potty Training for Indigo Children” – Cannabis/Marijuana/Hemp for Medicine, Enlightenment, and Abundant Resources for the 21st Century.
I started my crowdfunding campaign on Pubslush, which is for books, on November 19. It goes until January 3, 2015.
Here is its link: http://KarinLLightworker.pubslush.com A neighbor friend posted $10, otherwise nothing has happened on my campaign page since then. So I decided to give it one more try on a different crowdfunding platform to see whether the result will be the same. So on December 3rd I started a campaign page at indiegogo; it ends on January 2nd, 2015. The link is: http://igg.me/p/potty-training-for-indigo-children–2/x/9270472 No funds raised so far. I described my experience with indiegogo in my last week’s Newsletter #13. I did not respond to about 15 companies/individuals who offered to spread the campaign through the social media for money, ranging from $5 to $300. It appears to me, without hiring the vultures on the sidelines there’s no chance of success for me. However, I have no intent to spend money for my indiegogo campaign. I read that only 45% of all crowdfunding campaigns succeed. No wonder I fall in the loser category. I think my two main reasons are: First: I live outside of society, as a maverick. I am a Lightworker, meaning I am in this world but not of this world. I am on a mission, on assignment. It is important for me not to get sidetracked in the 3D world. I read about a person’s successful crowdfunding campaign on a blog in which she told that she raised funds for her book campaign for six weeks, around the clock. As I remember rightly, she raised over $10,000. According to the crowdfunding instructions I should do the same as this person; I should be downtown, telling people about my campaign and convince at least one person per day to donate money to my cause. Well, I am not here for popularity. But I think popular people, popular groups or even celebrities are candidates for success on crowdfunding platforms. Second: Crowdfunding is about generating money. I was aware of the contradiction I am holding within me in starting a crowdfunding campaign to raise money and my belief in a money-less society. If contradictions are held for a longer period of time within one’s energy field, they lead to imbalance, discord, dis-ease, and finally chronic conditions of the body-mind-system within the human vessel. It is important to me not to get pulled into any 3D drama of the end game. Yet, I’m still with one foot living in third density, I still need a dwelling, bank account, food, electricity, Internet. I intentionally choose where I give my energy and attention, for what we focus upon and include in our vibration, we vibrate as it. It is a constant thriving for ever greater awareness. I know from my own experience how hard it is on the body to constantly switch forth and back. It makes you bi-polar. Conclusion I believed crowdfunding is a grassroots movement of Good Samaritans who are counteracting human greed through regular acts of generosity, especially to strangers. I thought they donate money to support worthy causes in order to soften and bridge the intentionally created gap between the Haves and Have-nots. And to increase the Love-Light Quotient on Earth. So far, none of them came across my crowdfunding campaigns, even though there are presently only 17 campaigners on Pubslush. Anyway. I don’t think I’ve figured out crowdfunding. I’d like to talk more about Human Energy Harvesting in my next newsletter. Until next week…. Happy Holidays! Bless you all, Karin Lacy