When humans lived as nomads, or in tribes and even in clans, the pressures for survival came largely from the environment and other neighboring rivals. Most perfections that currently inhabit the human frame emerged out of these pressures. But ever since humans transitioned into feudalistic and more limiting societal structures, the pressures of rivals and environment were largely diminished. Instead, the pressures for survival came mostly from artificially constructed social structures defined by politicians and clergymen. Consequently, now, many thousands of years later, humans have been selected out for optimal use by such leaders.
Now, in the 21st century, a large contingency of humans exists that have been selected out by a system of laws under the oversight of rulers. These laws have multiplied and have been scattered among the populace as tools by which to protect themselves but often to be used as weapons with aggressive intent to destroy a neighbor, a family member or a business rival. This system has put in place rewards and punishments that have given incentive to use these laws. This system has taken center stage in nations that derived their legal system from British-common-law.
Through these environmental pressures, some races (in particular the white-Caucasian race and all those mixed with them) have exposed a genetic predisposition to feeling oppressed. A hypersensitivity to wrong-doing for themselves and on behalf of others. While the tendency may have had a proper use in early stages of development for the Nation-State, now that most threats have been abated, the ludicrousness of this new human feature (the victim-gene) has never been so nakedly exposed. These humans, now, spend much mental energy seeking out reason to feel oppressed or to champion others. If only they knew, this tendency was genetically selected by their newest rulers, like a bloodhound bread for its keen sense of smell.
The more you persist on enduring and living through your tests and trials rather than overcoming them, the more they will persist in your life and bring suffering to you and those around you. And don’t be fooled into thinking that the numbness you’ve developed over that time is any sign of strength. Quite the opposite, in fact! It is your demise. So long as individual humans fail to learn this lesson, so too will continue to be the fate of humanity. One cycle of pain and suffering after another. We will either solve the puzzle or lose our humanity by avoiding to do so. Such is how life tends to teach us with its fractal order of things.
Just as nature shows itself to be predisposed to an infinite variety of variations, the human frame can express an equal if not greater amount of spiritual, cultural and intellectual variation. In fact, were it not for cultural norms that have emerged through the pressures of time, humans would continue to diverge even further from each other, each with their own individual Gods, garments and gifts. Maybe even each with their own language. Because at the root of nature is division and multiplicity and humans are a phenomenal microcosmic expression of the universe.
Eliminate culture and social norms and behold how man will be bent in any direction his or her whims can exert on her soul, or worse yet by the whims of another. Social norms, therefore, are put in place to serve and preserve the integrity of the group, because absent these, humans would be predisposed to adopting divergent behaviors.
Therefore it is plain that chaos is the inevitable result of abject individualism while stifling and suffocating order on the opposite extreme is the result of abject totalitarianism. It is conclusive then that the most we can strive for is a system of ordered chaos that permits the freedom for each to pursue the dictates of their own conscience without the threat of being forcibly stifled by a neighbor wishing to impose their preference on others.
We are as oblivious of the sentience of our soul as a video game character is of the user that plays it. You are the avatar and as long as negative patterns continue to re-emerge in your life, you will continue to fight them until you learn what you’re supposed to in order to pass to the next level.
Cycles of pain are your own doing and cycles of fulfillment those you surrender to. If a cycle of suffering keeps manifesting itself to you then it is because you have something yet to be learned. Once it comes again be sure not to be stubborn! Pass the test, instead, and you will not need to repeat it.
Cycles of fulfillment are derived by surrendering to the cycles of nature. The more you depart from nature’s cycles the less fulfillment there will be in your life. A healthy person will sleep according to the earth’s rotation (every 1 day). A healthy woman will offer the opportunity for life according to the moon’s orbit (every 28 days). The raising of a healthy child and any long term venture must be in accordance with the sun (12 year increments). Let your will flow within the timescale of nature and you will manifest anything your heart desires. And if you continue to desire suffering, then it is because there is something you are trying to learn or overcome about yourself.
If a star were to become extinguished, beneath the flames would be exposed the same patterns seen on the human brain. It would become even more evidently clear then that the sun is the wellspring of consciousness and that life itself is mere imitation of its maker; An aspiration on the part of all living things to become sun-like, themselves each a wellspring of energy and a draw to the attention of others.
It is consciousness, in fact, that is the fundamental aspiration of life. Awareness, awakeness, appearance, acquiescence, acknowledgement, aliveness, aloftness, alertness, attentiveness, and all aspects of alma.
This is why the greatest sin is to dull and numb the senses and the greatest virtue is to seek a state of wakefulness and attentiveness. all other sins and virtues fall within these two extremes; truth on one extreme and falsehood on the other.
A virtuous person, therefore will always be in a state of giving, whereas a sinful person will always be in a state of taking. Do not assume then that by becoming a giver you will consequently become virtuous, but rather that by becoming virtuous, you will inevitably become a giver without even noticing the act itself.
All those able to give without loss, will live eternally.
~ From The Fractal Order by HC Mehdi
Our personhood is like a flock of sheep under the guide of a single shepherd. In this analogy, each sheep is an attribute of our person. There is the sheep that is responsible for processing shame through which ones own behavior is moderated. The one that processes justice and entitlement, through which other people’s behavior is kept in check. There is the one that fashions itself as a wizard and processes beliefs, superstitions and threads coincidences into strings of meaning. Hundreds of other sheep such as these make up our personality. A split personality, therfore, is merely a one who’s shepherd is overrun by the sheep, perhaps even bullied by them. Each taking their own turn to fashion themselves as the shepherd and leader of the flock. To solve this problem, the shepherd must be graced with an assistant and helper from the external world. This person must be her advocate and build fences around the sheep in order to contain them until control is given back to the shepherd. ~ From The Fractal Order By HC Mehdi –
Principles aim to produce very deliberate and positive outcomes in the lives of people. Unity, for instance, is not a principle, because all manner of things can be united, good and bad. Be careful, then, of the principles you adopt, for they form the beginning and end of what you become.
Emotions can be amplified or diminished individually. If your sadness knob is turned up, you will only hear and see the things that make you sad; to the extent that even something small and insignificant becomes a source of great anguish. The task, then, is to act not according to your emotions, but according to your spiritual mandate … A lifting tide will give cause for boats, ships, trade and all manner of good things. A diminished tide, will expose the rocks and creatures hidden underneath. Take the water, that is your body, and bring it stillness and fullness that you may bear good fruit. ~ The Fractal Order – by HC Mehdi
It was centuries of human enslavement that placed such pressures on the human psyche that gave rise to religious thought and tradition. The notion of a God, that superseded their oppressive ruler, gave slaves agency to revolt and liberate themselves from the shackles that bound them for generations. Therefore, glance with distrust to anyone that seeks to remove you from your deity. But place even less trust in he whom uses your devotion to enslave you further. ~ The Fractal Order – by HC Mehdi