Psyche Carl Jung discovered that there is a collective unconscious connected to all humans. Meaning that the whole of humanity shares a single mind with one another. This is evident in the world through accounts of shared mythology and symbols, the study of morphic fields, and with the science of kinesiology. This collectivity is a global example of the unconscious mind of the human body, which trillions of cells share a similar signal.
"These human instincts drive hierarchical political systems and bureaucracies that most often limit the basic human right of the pursuit of happiness. A society whose foundation is fear, apathy and hatred sets up a system which fundamentally affects the happiness of the individual. It represses individual development and maintains a cyclical behavioral pattern of superiority and inferiority and a class society founded on untrue ideals." – Mark Zimmerman
"I say, as the holy and the righteous cannot rise beyond the highest which is in each of you. So the wicked and the weak cannot fall lower than the lowest which is in you also." – Kahlil Gibran
"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." – Ephesians 6:12
Their very nature depends on our desire to be ruled.
Human beings are naturally connected to nature, the whole of humanity, and their own consciousness. The false ego, a malignant creation of consciousness itself, threatens these natural connections and attempts to become more powerful than the true self.
In many industrialized societies individuals are becoming more confused, angry, depressed, lonely, hateful, and unhappy. This is partly due to the creation of a false ego within the individual. The false ego is a false personality created by an individual based on what they think others would desire them to be, what they desire themselves to be, and what society views as acceptable. Therefore, when faced with a decision, the individual bases their decision on what would benefit the false ego, instead of making the choice with their true self. The true self is an innate consciousness, and the ego is always trying to become more powerful than the true self.
The pattern of how the false ego works is a simple reward/punishment system. We experience a situation, then we experience the positive or negative consequences of that experience. We also experience emotions associated with that consequence, and we project those emotions onto the experiences themselves. Sometimes the experience is something as routine as going to work everyday, or being around a particular person. This is where the false ego enters. Through negative self-talk, or negatively thinking about the self or others, the ego makes a biased decision about a particular experience, person, place, or thing. This decision shapes future decisions, and the false ego becomes what the individual recognizes as their personality. The control of the false ego leads to feelings of confusion, anxiety, anger, loneliness, hate, greed, sadness, and overall unhappiness. Phobias, anxiety, social anxiety, and depression are all products of the false ego.
In order to recognize the false ego, one must be consciously aware of his or her own thoughts and emotions.
When making a new decision, meeting a new person, or experiencing a routine activity, interpret each situation as it is, and be aware of any preconceived emotions or irrational thoughts associated with that situation. The false ego is extremely tricky, and many irrational thoughts and emotions are automatically triggered during certain situations. It is important to remember that every thought and emotion that you experience is created in your own mind. Your mind, through the utilization of the false ego, can trick itself into irrational emotions, thoughts, and behaviors.
And a typical symptom of the illness among humanity today is our continuous denial of our illness.
We consistently repress those qualities we choose not to accept about ourselves. This is why it is so difficult to see the false-ego and its multiple manifestations for what they truly are.
"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within." – Marcus Tullius CiceroThis is the very nature of the false-ego, it acts as a red herring to distract us from the freedom we truly have.
For this psychic parasite to survive, it must supply us with a chemical that will cause us to remain dependent upon it.
In this case, the sustenance is our conscious energy, and in order for us to feed to the parasite, the chemical of fear causes humanity to crave protection and defense. The functions of the body to survive can be broken down to two basic functions for any organism to survive. You have to be able to grow, maintain yourself, take care of your biology, but you also must be able to protect yourself.
So that, if you're just growing but you can't protect yourself you become food for something else.
So, survival involves a balance between growth and protection. Through the history of human civilization and human evolution we recognize that our nature is to be in a state of growth. And that our protection is only supposed to be used to help us out of that threatening moment. You can't be in growth and in protection at the same time.
So the significance is when we see a need of protection the stress hormones in the body shut off the blood vessels in our viscera or gut which is the part of the body for growth. Well the issue is, if you took the blood from the viscera and moved it out to the arms, then you left no blood in the viscera, that means, no growth. But you're ready to fight. And when your fighting is finished your blood returns back to the viscera and you grow again. But in the world that we live in today it's 24/7 fear.
So we have a continuous dripping of that stress hormone into the body. It's just dripping all the time, getting us ready to run or fight or flight at any moment at the drop of a hat, were ready to go.
We're ready to go because we're on guard.
Well the problem is, what does that mean about your allocation of energy? It says we're spending most of our energy on protection.
You cannot survive if you're in protection all the time.
If the parasite can control the nature of the fear, it can then create a fear among us, that only it can defend us against. A recent physical manifestation of this comes from Zbignew Brzezinski, former secretary of state, who also supported president Barack Obama.
“As America becomes an increasingly multi-cultural society it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus of foreign policy issues except in the circumstance of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat”. - Zbignew Brzezinski, the Grand Chessboard
“The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders, that is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.” - Hermann Goring, ReichsfuhrerIt also works the same in every individual psyche. Just remember that the false-ego has only one desire -to become greater and more powerful than the true self. This illness causes us to believe that we are separate from nature.
This is why we see such a rise in the dependency of technology.
This is why we see such little stewardship for the earth and the environment. And this is why we see bigotry, racism, sexism, and every other form of discrimination possible that leads to crime, violence, wars, and eventually the global destruction of the organism.
"This endless state of fear, confusion and segregation our world seems to live in, is a symptom of the false-ego, creating a false threat. If people base their identity on identifying with authority, freedom causes anxiety. They must then conceal the victim in themselves by resorting to violence against others." –Arno Gruen[source - Kymatica]
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