Imagine - There Is No Religion!
2.) A comment inspired by a YouTube comment re: a particular org that calls itself a "church". My intention is to offer understanding. It is my true Joy to give understanding to others, no matter what they may believe!
Date: 5/31/2014 11:59:17 PM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 1099 times
June 14, 2018 -
"... When the balance within the human psyche is redressed, there will be no need of external religion. Neither will we have a patriarchy nor even a matriarchy — we will have a single stream of consciousness experiencing the true meaning of the word family.
The family unit is the most powerful crucible of love through which humanity will be transformed. ..."
May 31, 2014 -
It is becoming more understandable to me(1) that individuals can have varying abilities for "dealing with" doubt and especially in regards to the ability to truly manage the pressure that is generated in one's head(2). Those with less ability and/or with greater pressure may believe that they need relief!
Just what an individual decides that may apparently give them some relief and how they go about getting that relief, etc. is wide and varied. On one end of the spectrum those possibilities include things like self-abuse through substance abuse and/or oppressive, even violent behavior toward others. That may appear to be contrasted with religion and/or a myriad of belief systems on the other end. Sometimes these two ends are joined.
People apparently are willing to believe whatever they think can give them enough relief from their own head pressure so that they do not have to totally and completely face their own doubts. That inability or avoidance, in and of itself, is not really a problem for the rest of us. The problem/s may arise when these "believers" then believe that they are being confronted by others who project their doubts "upon" the believer.
There appears to be two ways that the "believer" may respond to the projections of a "non-believer". The first way is to do whatever they can to win/gain the non-believer. Sometimes some individuals may include some form of coercion. If the believer has not completely "cleared their own case" then their inability to fully face their own doubts may compel them to defend their beliefs (as well as the authority of their belief system) and in ever-more increasing degrees. Many organized belief systems typically require some form of an "absolutism" of allegiance to the beliefs.
I understand how people can adopt belief systems, how they can believe that doing so is a matter of their own survival and also how they can extend their beliefs to others and further on into all the other dynamics of life and the universe.
June 1st, 2014 -
The seed-dream vision that I am presenting under the acronym of "cheeta" is not about religion. Cheeta does not offer or ask for any beliefs or belief systems. It is neither for nor against any religion.
Truth may be pointed to, represented or even hidden in religion however truth does not originate from religion. Knowing truth does not necessarily make you religious. In fact, knowing truth can set you free from religion.
There are many different kinds of "religions" and they are not all about real spirituality. Some religions are actually ant-spiritual.
April 1, 2015 -
That is because the true nature of religion and the true nature of spirituality are two different things. They may appear to "meet" each other at times but they are not one and the same. Christ, Holy Spirit, Buddha, etc. are not religions even though "religious" people have made religions in the name of spiritual beings.
September 14, 2015 -
"... Child of God, you were created to create the good, the beautiful, and the holy. Do not lose sight of this. The love of God for a little while must still be expressed through one body to another because the real vision is still so dim. Everyone can use his body best by enlarging man's perception so he can see the real vision. ..."
(1) The understanding of which I would like to document. In this instance I will at least say that it is partly with the insightful help of "The Human Design System" (for which I am deeply grateful that it is not a religion nor is it actually a belief system)!
(2) According to the "Human Design System" (and verifiable by one's own direct experience) each individual human being has nine Centers and one of these is the "Head Center" (aka Crown Center). This is the Center that provides both inspiration and pressure and "from which truth, doubt and possibilities can emerge. ... its applied pressure is to find meaning in life ... the urgency of a problem searching for an answer.":
(see page 18)
There is both a healthy and an unhealthy relationship that one may have with their Head pressure.
 See 105 @:
 "Gene Keys" - The 37th GIFT – EQUALITY; By: Richard Rudd.:
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