| May 19 2012
Agreements made in the dark perpetuate reliance and approval of false experience. Let me compare what we experience to watching a movie, the movie is real. Reality is much the same way, being real only qualifies it as something we experience. When we ignore the spiritual beings that populate our experience it gives the spirits that thrive in darkness their existence. Without the darkness, our ignorance creates, they lack the fundamental requirement for their existence, the dark. Once we create this shadowy reality the mechanisms to support it fall automatically into place. It is the light, of course, that makes the false reality possible. Much like the light at the movie theater. We sit in the dark and stare, enjoying the distraction.
Michael, The Mystic Tourist
- Aldous Huxley: Man’s Almost Infinite Appetite For Distractions (sott.net)
- Manage Feelings Of Anger Naturally
- Whole Dude – Whole Reality (wholedude.com)