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|Author:||Chicodoodoo [ Mon Mar 30, 2015 11:53 pm ]|
I am beginning to see the deception and manipulation contained in that New Age concept known as "enlightenment". The propaganda is that you must turn inward, that all answers are found within each of us, and that nirvana is to be found there as well. If everyone is pursuing this kind of enlightenment, you have a perfectly fragmented group. This is the exact opposite of a united people. It is instead the idea of "divide and rule" in action.
Imagine all the cells in your body decide at about the same time to seek enlightenment. They turn inwards, seeking answers to the eternal questions that bother them, seeking peace and contentment and oneness with the universe. Your body would cease to function. It would fall apart into a pile of uncooperative cells. That's because the whole is bigger than the sum of the parts. Much bigger, in fact. Your body is far more awesome than the billions of cells that cooperate to become that body. The body can do things an individual cell can't even dream of. It is many orders of magnitude more capable than its constituent parts. Enlightenment is not found from "going inside" or turning within. It is found from going outside yourself, from uniting with others to make something much greater than the sum of the parts.
The ruling degenerates know this, which is why they do everything in their power to keep us divided and conquered. And they even get us to call them the ruling "elite". After all, they are better organized and united than the vast majority of humanity, which does make them somewhat special.
Magamud had some good insight into what true enlightenment means:
Zook makes a good observation about enlightenment, but naturally jumps to the wrong conclusion:
I point out Zook's error, and I show that I am more aligned with Magamud's definition of enlightenment:
"Coming to light" = enlightenment.
I have even taken issue with some of the "wise words" of our respected enlightenment gurus while studying their philosophies:
And, in the pursuit of knowledge, I dig deeper into the substance of enlightenment:
So, like the blind men trying to describe the elephant, each having felt a different part of the animal, a description can be put together. It seems contradictory, irrelevant, unrelated, confusing, and causes much argument, yet each blind man is telling his truth.
Enlightenment is the recognition of our diseased state, of how we have been fooled, and of our equality. It is recognizing the source of evil. It is recognizing our errors and our motivating psychologies. It is uncertainty. It is awareness. It is cooperative. It is educational.
It is the pursuit of truth.
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