posted on Aug, 11 2009 @ 06:23 PM
The natural state is one of love. The unnatural state is from pure identification with the ego. I don’t think hate is at all natural. I don’t
think aggression to the point of violence is at all natural. I think it has been projected for so long that it is accepted as entirely natural and
inescapable. If men feel that violence is in their nature, then that nature needs looking at. War, aggression, rape, torture are mainly a male
(masculine aspect dominating) thing.
I think there is a huge imbalance between the masculine and feminine aspects, and in a world that largely undermines and demeans that feminine side
there will be conflict because everything is totally out of balance. In the outer world, this is demonstrated by the continuing subjugation of the
visible and obvious feminine , i.e. women. And even if women are on the surface professed to being equal, underneath that masculine, ego driven,
destructive head based being of men, the feminine is still seen as weak, inferior and lesser.
The feminine aspect in both men and women is from the right side of the brain, it is the creative empathic nature, more of the world than in the
world. The feminine aspect has been suppressed and demeaned and undervalued since man took power, instigated and continued by most religions. The left
brain masculine ego driven aspect and intellect is the builder and inventor, more in the world than of the world, besotted by it's own physicality,
but it is weak, pathetic and out of control if not balanced and it is then destructive.
The world (being controlled by men stuck in their heads and ego) is lost in that ego which is driving it’s own self insane. So it’s main objective
is for power, and to oppress and destroy and ultimately self destruct because of the inadequacy of itself in the imbalance. It has no self control
The feminine aspect is much more self contained in that it seeks not to oppress at all, but to nurture. It is more creative and peaceful. It is the
link to the other world, the spiritual. How many people who have that feminine aspect integrated would start a war? How many could watch a child
starve to death or torture and beat someone to death. How many could launch a nuclear bomb knowing the devastation it would cause. How many would even
invent the nuclear bomb in the first place? It wouldn’t happen. The world would be much more peaceful.
Before you all scream at me, the imbalance of course can appear in both men and women, but it is in the extreme in men and has been for eons, although
women are being sucked into that purely masculine aspect more and more. Time to change or be destroyed. Time to see that we have got it all wrong. If
you embrace peace then there will be peace. And to use the excuse that nature has made you that way is absurd. Dismiss the ego, come from the heart
and there can only be peace. Temper the aggressive urges that only come from ego and there will be peace.
Also, we are not free, none of us. We are chained by the system, we in effect have no power. We are not living in any way a natural and productive
life. It is just playing some sub standard artificial role in an artificial world because that’s all we can do. This isn’t the way we were meant
to live, it is entirely unnatural and unproductive really and only benefits the few at the top. We need to all say no, not going to do it any
more…topple the top, get rid of the system, refuse to play the game any more. Easier said than done of course. It can only be done en masse.
We should say no to war. No to the elite. No to the corrupt money system. No to children starving anywhere. No to treating the weaker with contempt.
No to insular caring for self only, no to selfishness and greed and yes to caring and compassion and cooperation. And that caring on some level should
be for anyone and everyone. That doesn’t mean we have to become wishy- washy wimps staring at our navels at all. Even Jesus turned over the tables
in the temple to make a point. But the ego and intellect has to be tempered urgently. And we have to realise that what affects one person affects
everyone really. We are all a work in progress, but we all need to try harder.