posted on Jul, 14 2007 @ 09:50 AM
I can say yes, there is something to "where attention goes, energy flows".
So far as this concept applies to religions of seperation, it is difficult to ignore when you are constanly bombarded and surrounded by people giving
in to that worldview. Look what happened when Nazi Germany was ignored by the west. It didn't go away, it got worse. If you can ignore something that
bothers there are instances when that is a good way to deal with it, but not always. But in this case we are talking about tring to ignore millions if
not billions of people who are activley involved in supporting an illusion which enables humans to enact violence upon one another.
When the interstates are full of billboards, you can't ignore it.
When people come to your house to convert you, you can't ignore it.
When laws are being passed based on the religious backgrounds of lawmakers, you can't ignore it.
When people want to kill you because your not "with them", you can't ignore it.
Or, you can ignore it, and let the world around you be created without you.
It is time to realize, and admit, that some of our most long held ideas about God, about Life, are wrong and no longer serve us. The problems in our
world are not political problems, not finacial problems, not military problems, they are spiritual problems, and require spiritual solutions.