Comments on The Wrong Way
I think everyone is entitled to there own opinion as long as they don't force people into there realm of thought. You can advise, but you have to be patient because some will take time to digest the information. I know when I first read the Contacts I was laughing at some of the absolute hocus pocus that was going on around our planet Earth. I couldn't believe some of it at first but once I got a grasp of how he explains and words things, it began to grow within me.
--Mark 13:18, 16 June 2010 (BST)
Hmm, there is to me no wrong way. If we accept that everyone is different and understands things differently, then we'll understand that no one is at fault, that no one is wrong, that no one way is better than the other – that, in reality, it's all a matter of choice. We choose what we know and understand is best for us whether we're right or wrong in our choices. And if another chooses differently, that is their choice, and what is right for them. And that is perfectly fine. If we can accept others for who/what they are, then we’ve learned to accept our own selves.
--Carsch 23:18, 6 July 2011 (BST)
In essence as you stated Carsch if they do choose the wrong path and the conceive it as correct they are fine.I wholeheartedly disagree. If you have a foolish leader and all the robots follow then you are screwed.
--Markvd 01:11, 7 July 2011 (BST)
You are not screwed until you feel and believe you're screwed. :D
--Carsch 05:49, 9 July 2011 (BST)
Belief or the act of believing is a stagnation of evolutionary Awareness; it is an ABSOLUTE frame of thought and/or mind that prevents further growth of one’s Consciousness. History has proven time again how the insanity of beliefs has brought utter destruction for those believing in spite of the contrary proving otherwise.
Take for instance the madness of the Giza Intelligences, believing they could still conquer the Earth in spite of many being aged nearing their end of life, but continue down the path of self-destruction and insanity, just like their counterparts in another part of the DERN universe who constructed that doomsday device which was disarmed by the Plejarens. They too believed in their insane madness of the belief they would prevail over benevolent measures and if not, then do as much destruction as possible.
Then take the military samurai leadership of Japan during the last days of WWII, who still harbored beliefs they could prevail in spite of the two atomic blasts and being surrounded by overwhelming military forces, some committed suicide instead of accepting defeat and learning there are better ways of evolution than war. The same goes to religious beliefs and we can only reference the crazy Islamic extremists who claim suicide bombing is right as well as other religions promoting such ideas.
Belief or believing is dangerous and should be replaced with a more harmonic method of Awareness, at least in being aware, one still has the option(s) of finding new ways to evolve and keeping the original concept as reference to build upon rather than being “stuck” on some type of belief system which often “forces” the environment to conform to its “reality” which often leads to insanity and destruction.
BTW, one is still screwed even if they are not AWARE of it by others taking advantage of their situation for their own benefit, it happens ever day on Earth and has occurring for thousands of years by religious dogmas, yet the masses still believe in god(s) and materials in the bible, Koran and other non-sense
--Hawaiian 06:35, 9 July 2011 (BST)