Should the individual allow resignation to the minds agenda, or should she avoid it’s tempting invitation to take control. It’s difficult to see through the black and white nature of the dilemma, any supposed middle-ground is out of grasp. Slow digestion of the rapid development through meditation, writing or reflection is impossible. If only compromises where possible, Conform to the Mind. Continue reading
There have been many Interpretations of the agenda behind Lucifer, the evil Prince of Darkness or the Rebel Without Cause. My own personal Interpretation is that he’s the symbol, rather than entity, of True Independence.
The beautiful angel, Lucifer, started to think rationally and questioned the law and order of authority. His like-minded followers grew larger by the day, and soon the authority felt threatened by his growing support. In an act of desperation, Lucifer got thrown out of paradise. Here is where Gustave Dorés artwork “Paradise Lost” comes in to play, as well as my own little modification: Independent, Not Evil
The Demonic nature of western Society. Lack of sociostasis is considered a mental illness, the victims are looked down upon and the masses feel pity. Social identification is more important than knowing the self and growing independence. Every form of public media imaginable stresses the importance of social networks and intimate relationships, not self-reliance. Continue reading
Being forced to cooperate is like filling a bucket with holes in the bottom. You can fill it how much you like and how many times you like, but it will always leak out and you will have to start over. Cooperation is just that, a leaking bucket. Family, School, Work, all teach you the seemingly importance of cooperation. Once you have found yourself, you realize that it all was just False Cooperation. Continue reading
Nothing will last forever. Friendships, Partners, Parents, Brothers and Sisters. Like everything in nature they will, like you, one day go away. Therefore it is important to show True Appreciation and practice the Act of Giving. Not once, not twice. But the whole time you spend with these wonderful individuals. Continue reading