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Tue, 28 Jul 2009 #1
Thumb_12 madhav mool Nepal 19 posts in this forum Offline

It's easy to say our world, because of the world is infront of us, but it is not real as we are seing, so it is not easy to get awareness moment to moment about the our world seeing instantly.

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Tue, 28 Jul 2009 #2
Thumb_avatar Richard Kover United States 14 posts in this forum Offline

madhav mool wrote:
it is not easy to get awareness moment to moment about the our world seeing instantly

Hi madhov, You are right, it is not easy... there is much that goes into building up the overwhelming resistance to awareness by most people most of the time... humans face incredible obstacles to awareness from heritage, from conditioned behavior throughout the early years, from trained conformity in most school systems, from corporate controlled media all over the world, from pressures to find employment and meet family responsibilities, and from living in a world whose controlling oligarchs continuously foster fear in the people of the world.

Nevertheless, it happens that a few people see through this conditioning in each generation and question the way of life that has been forced upon humanity to satisfy the desires of the most corrupt, predatory, exploitative tyrants of each era as they perpetuate, and expand the power of self centered destructive behavior. Each one of us seems to carry the germ of that same behavior, but the resistance to seeing that is incredibly strong apparently.

Kind regards, Richard

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Wed, 29 Jul 2009 #3
Thumb_img_7089_copy Eve G. Indonesia 5 posts in this forum Offline

Richard Kover wrote:

madhav mool wrote:
it is not easy to get awareness moment to moment about the our world seeing instantly

Hi madhov, You are right, it is not easy... there is much that goes into building up the overwhelming resistance to awareness by most people most of the time... humans face incredible obstacles to awareness from heritage, from conditioned behavior throughout the early years, from trained conformity in most school systems, from corporate controlled media all over the world, from pressures to find employment and meet family responsibilities, and from living in a world whose controlling oligarchs continuously foster fear in the people of the world.

Nevertheless, it happens that a few people see through this conditioning in each generation and question the way of life that has been forced upon humanity to satisfy the desires of the most corrupt, predatory, exploitative tyrants of each era as they perpetuate, and expand the power of self centered destructive behavior. Each one of us seems to carry the germ of that same behavior, but the resistance to seeing that is incredibly strong apparently.

Kind regards, Richard


.There you go, them and us, we are they and they are us?.we are always thinking in terms of division?not the whole. Is there such a thing as they? Who are they?

The nature of the change from disorder is silence.

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Wed, 29 Jul 2009 #4
Thumb_avatar Richard Kover United States 14 posts in this forum Offline

Eve Goodmon wrote:
thinking in terms of division?not the whole.

Thought and the "whole" are mutually exclusive. Then too, there is the qualifying sentence from the post that ties us all together in our patterns of thought: "Each one of us seems to carry the germ of that same behavior, but the resistance to seeing that is incredibly strong apparently."

This post was last updated by Richard Kover Wed, 29 Jul 2009.

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Fri, 31 Jul 2009 #5
Thumb_avatar Richard Kover United States 14 posts in this forum Offline

Eve Goodmon wrote:
There you go, them and us,

When division is what is, then division is what we see or resist seeing.

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