Monday, 30 January 2017

Transurfing. Part 20. Excess Potentials: Contempt and Vanity


Part 20
Excess Potentials: Contempt and Vanity
Judging other people is one of the more ef- fective ways to upset the balance, in particu- lar if in your judgment you despise other people. On the energy plane, there are no good or bad people. There are only those who obey the laws of nature and those who upset “the status quo”. In the end, the latter will always fall under the influence of forces that strive to restore the disturbed balance.
Of course, there are many situations where a person deserves a certain judgment. Does it have to be yours? This is not an idle ques- tion. If a man has brought harm specifically to you, then above all, by so doing, he has disturbed the balance and therefore you are not the source of an unhealthy potential, but an instrument of the forces that strive to re- store the balance. Thus, the disturber of the peace will get what he deserves if you tell him everything you think of him, or even do something specific about the situation (with- in reason, of course). However, if the object of your judgment has not done anything wrong, then you do not have the right to lay any blame on him.
Let’s look at this question from a strictly business point of view. You’ll agree that it’s completely pointless feeling hatred towards a wolf that tore a sheep to pieces, if you are watching it on TV. The sense of justice is constantly pushing us towards judging different people. However, this quickly be- comes a habit and many people over the years turn into professional prosecutors. In the majority of cases, you don’t have a clue what made the person behave the way he did. Maybe you would have acted even worse, if you were in his place?
So, as a result of such condemnation, you are creating excess potential around yourself and why not? After all, that the worse the accused one, the better must you be. Since he has hooves and horns, you must be an angel. Well, since you don’t have any wings yet, forces will get involved, striving to restore the balance. The methods of these forces will be different depending on the situation. But, basically, the result will always be the same: you get a flick on the nose. Depending on the force and type of your judgment, this hit might be either barely noticeable, or so strong that you subsequently find yourself on one of the worst life tracks.
You can probably come up with a long list of possible condemnations and their con- sequences but for clarity’s sake, I’ll list a few examples.
Never despise people, no matter what. This is the most dangerous form of condemna- tion, because you could find yourself in the place of the despised person, due to the ac- tion of the balancing forces. To them, this is an easier and more direct method of restor- ing lost harmony. Do you despise bums and poor people? You could lose your home and your money and then the balance would be restored. Do you despise people who have a physical disability? Not a problem – an accident can be arranged for you too. Do you despise alcoholics and drug addicts? You could easily find yourself in their place. After all, these people are not born that way – different circumstances in life have forced them into becoming who they are now. So why should these circumstances escape you?
Never condemn your colleagues at work for whatever reason. In the best case, you’ll make the very same mistakes. In the worst case – a conflict may spring up that won’t bring you anything good. You could be fired, even if you are absolutely right.
If you condemn another person just because you don’t like him or the way he is dressed, you will find yourself on the ladder of “good and bad”. Only you will be one step below him, because you are emanating negative energy.
If a person prides himself in his successes or is in love with himself there’s nothing wrong with that. A general love for oneself is self- sufficient and therefore doesn’t bother any- one. The balance is disturbed only in the case when someone with an inflated self-esteem has a scornful attitude towards the weaknesses of others, their flaws or simply their modest achievements. Then love and pride in oneself turns into vanity. And again the result will be a flick on the nose by the balancing forces.
Contempt and vanity are human vices. Animals don’t know what these are. They are guided by expedient intention and thus, fulfill the will of perfect nature. Wild nature is more perfect than is the thinking man. A wolf, like all predators, does not feel hatred or contempt toward its prey. (Try to feel hatred or contempt towards a hamburger.) But people do build their relationships to one another mainly on excess potential. The greatness of plants and animals consists in the fact that they are not aware of their greatness. Consciousness has given man many useful advantages, but also harmful garbage such as vanity, contempt, the complexes of guilt and inferiority. 

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