posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 07:48 PM
Having read what the op has written down, I will see if I can sum up what I believe the OP is stating, and then respond based off of that.
According to the Op, that there is a large amount of literature, and videos, that explain ideas, beliefs and conceptualisations of the different
gurus, and that represents the new age spirit and movements. And that the Op, like so many, investigated and dove into such, and after awhile
discovered it was not to the liking, that there were flaws in the different beliefs. And after careful thought the op believes that this is just a
movement for Satanists, that many of the New Ages beliefs use icons from by gone religions and beliefs, that many gurus and those who are making a
buck off of the beliefs do not really know what they are talking about, and that there is a lot of contridiction to the entire movements and most are
mad in their mental facility, and ultimately was found victim to the 2012 non event, the worst Apocalypse ever, that like so many before that turned
into a billion dollar industry.
Before we discount the entire movement, there are bits of wisdom there, not everything that is in the movement is false, and some of it has valid
aspects if you do believe. But like so many beliefs, no one person can say this or that will work for everyone, and ultimately do not know all of the
answers. And those that do, are not so forthcomming as many people are not prepared to hear what they say, let alone understand such.
Many will read the books, will view the videos, and at the same time, still be clueless about what the topic is, nor will they understand that the
wisdom is not in just reading but experiencing. And not every thing out there is the truth, nor is such freely given, as it does require a bit of
common sense on the part of the person. It takes time and effort, work, real work to actually be sucessful with such practices. Yet in this day and
mentality, have someone else do it for you, it is not going to work. And there is always a price to pay, when you change your beliefs, and it should
not be taken so lightly, is not easy and sometimes causes confusion. Nor should one take what is written like it is set in stone. And even the most
religious devout, don't know the ins and outs of their own belief. If you look most tend to pick and choose the passages that best suit their
outlook, rather than the whole, and even then do not live the message, they only like to state and live parts of the message.
One can not just sit and think, that there is a miracle cure or something that is going lead the world to revalations, the message gets corrupted and
the sad truth is, that a path that may work for one person may not work for another. You have to use common sense and find your own way, rather than
that of another, and ultimately take responsibility for your own actions, not blame everything under the sun as to why something did or did not work.