Spiritualism first, fortune second.

In response to David Icke Interview ‘The Global Awakening’ on YouTube:

You are absolutely spot on right, David. Only, procrastination will only give you gallstones and bent brow.  You’re indeed channeling collective consciousness, so now why not demonstrate some practical solutions to have people tap into it as well.

I’ve been doing my fair share, as much as any individual can possibly do; studying the Vedic scriptures (instead of doing military service), and I haven’t driven a car in 15 years and still get around; I practise active empathy with people around me. Most of all, I am convinced that my positive thoughts also affect the world around me. My motto is certainly NOT ‘an eye for an eye’.

And I pray so as not to stray from the intuitive and creative processes, which is collective by the way. In line with that of  the Buddha and the 8-fold path, no one need claim intellectual property rights and patents, (since if they hadn’t someone else would serve as the vessel for the invention anyway).

How many now fail to kneel (in a sacred space) and practise the yogas (hatha, siddhi, bhakti), say the auspicious mantras, do the auspicious mudras (at least the Añjali Mudrā) on a daily basis?

How many still use the cursed handshake, secret or not secret, which sucks your energy and puts you in hand with the devil’s deeds.

School systems and western society at large avoid anything connected with spiritualism, shun ‘Eastern’ philosophy and replace inner-self guidance and collective consciousness with language and intellectual sciences, instead of having both side by side. Have youth vanquish fears before it leads to student revolts. Literacy need not replace good old oral traditions and good manners and active empathy.

This means regular sincere prayers and obeisance for a better world. True fortune truly comes from this.

About clasgtr

Ever have an idea or gut feeling, which you feel may have been mediated, for which there is no proof yet you feel nevertheless is valid and important enough to share? I put these down on blog to rid myself of them - it is a question of freedom of speech, and freedom of thought, and freedom from religious persecution. If anyone should feel offended, please be free to leave my blog.
This entry was posted in Education, News and politics, Reflections, Religion, Spirituality and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

what's on your mind:

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s