posted on Dec, 3 2008 @ 11:39 PM
If we do not construct a universal spiritual belief system to live within, there will always be division. Why?
Because people will seek like minded/spiritual people to live with.
This is not necessarily bad. Why?
Because the different factions of spiritual belief can withhold judgement to other factions. Therefore there will always be
In this context humanity will only come together if a cause great enough demanded it.
We would then have to come together within this paradigm withholding judgement to address the cause successfuly.
Afterwards, we would go back to division amongst the factions. Why?
Because we still have different spiritual belief structures.
It comes down to whether or not we wish to come together as humanity.
Why would we want to do such a thing, when we can have different spiritual belief structures and still come together for a great
cause successfully, and later return to our spiritual belief structures?
The only reason I can think of is that we would always be strong. As strong as we can be to succeed in a great cause.
Do we want this?
It would be preferable, but not necessary to the experience of life containing spirituality belief. It can work either way.
Divisional spirituality belief systems would work IF and ONLY IF we always withhold judgment through infinite time. If not, then war and fighting
amongst ourselves will incur due to the division where judgement is not withheld.
So why not realize this? Why not realize that belief is just that, belief where we can choose anything to believe. And create a universal spiritual
belief structure therefore alleviating division, and therefore stopping future chaos (amongst divisions) down the road?
Because everyone would have the same spiritual belief system. Why is that bad?
Because people would feel there is no truth left to explore in the spiritual belief structure.
Here is where I do guess work. I think that the changing of the ages will bring new spiritual truth. I believe 2012 to be this exactly. I also think
that after a transition has occurred, no more natural spiritual truth can be learned. We ultimately add truth to our spiritual belief through the
knowledge gained through the "life" experience. Therefore spirituality should always be advancing and changing. Therefore different perceptions by
different individuals can lead to differences in the spiritual belief structure. This would undermine the universal spiritual belief structure.This is
why after a trasitional period (2012) we will decide as one the new additions stemming from higher energies (allowed by transitional period) to our
universal spiritual belief structure. This means just as finding that that the universal spirituality belief structure was indeed the prefferable
path, so to would we find the new additions. It would be a time of great learning. We would have to explore the new energy provided with the natural
transition as long as we needed to, where we decide that the time of learning the new spiritual additions have been fully learned. After this, we
would proceed to seek knowledge retaining the additional additions to our universal spirituality belief structure to further individualize us. We must
always have individualization or there would be no incentive to experience if experience is the same for all. As long as we remember we are the same
on the basic level of spirituality, no conflict would absolve from knowledge.
Do people like to be different?
Does this somehow make them more of an individual?
It does, because they are different.
But they wouldn't be different.
We would all have the same spiritual belief structure allowing permanent oneness amongst ourselves.
But in the physical world around us, there is always new truth to experience, and thus be different.
And thus, individualizing every person depending on the pursuits in their "life" experience.
Can knowledge that creates individuality bring chaos?