From bondage to liberty (part 2)

 

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Traductor : Wolgang Black

Every man has to decide for himself whether he should master his world or be mastered by it” – James Cash Penney

Our world has taken on a whole new twist, in very little time. We’ve had a noose called Covid-19 that tightened on us, trapping us in a narrow physical and psychological space, creating pathophobia.

This phobic state has comforted many to respect the official rhetoric, keeping them in the illusion of safety while looking for a way to save themselves from the vaccine. One cannot ask people who are paralyzed with fear to come out of their torpor. Obedience is a source of security.

Others have understood that this discourse is perverse[1]; it inflicts suffering for the so-called welfare of the population, in addition to defrauding rights and freedoms. A visceral reaction, in order to preserve our rights and freedoms enshrined in our charters and in the Universal Declaration, has mobilized quite a few.

Even if the servitude demanded from this discourse is hardly evitable, one’s shield is to keep one’s mind free. “… there is only you who can choose…” – Rael[2].

Understanding that we are beings with free will, which is to say the faculty to determine ourselves freely and by ourselves, to act and to think, is to understand that we are responsible for our decisions/actions even if these are motivated by the logic of obedience[3].

Free will does not protect us from making bad choices. “Free will can lead us to bad things sometimes.” – Rael[4]

The challenge is to train ourselves so that fear or anguish do not become advisers of our decisions/actions. Take these emotions for what they are, either indicators of our ignorance or our refusal to know. When we seek to understand and to know, we open ourselves to a world of possibilities.

Even in a social context where the discourse keeps us under restrictions, our freedom is expressed through our being. “The totally awakened person is able to live permanently in a state of absolute joy…” – Rael[5]

In this way, we allow ourselves to do good to ourselves and to do good by showing compassion towards our neighbor through smiles and hugs[6]; meditations for peace[7]; by posing creative gestures of defiance[8], small though they may be, in short by demonstrating, first and foremost, that we are human beings.

Being an influencer is essential so that the one who holes-up in his fear is made aware of the choice to die free or to live without freedom.

 

 

Rachel Bluteau, columnist
Canadian Raelian Movement

 

 

[1] https://odysee.com/@DiscreetL:6/Ema-Krusi—Jean-Dominique-Michel—Propagande,-corruption—trahison:f; 44 :13 min à 46 :18 min.
[2] Paroles de Maitreya. 42 ans d’éveil de A à Z, La Liberté. https://raelcanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Maitraya_paroles-70-a.H.-FR.pdf p. 64
[3] Voir le blog L’Humanitarisme… les suites logiques (partie 3 de 3), Août 11, 2020 https://raelcanada.org/fr/blog-fr/page/4/ Words of Maitreya. from A to Z, 42 years of awakening, Free will
https://raelcanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Maitreyas-words-70-a.H.-EN.pdf p. 33
[5] Words of Maitreya. from A to Z, 42 years of awakening, Human being
https://raelcanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Maitreyas-words-70-a.H.-EN.pdf p. 47
[6] https://freehugsproject.com/
[7] http://1min4peace.org/
[8]projet vérité :  https://www.facebook.com/1tichou/posts/10225866260542582; sos quebec: https://www.facebook.com/groups/389181245626803; fondation pour la défense des droits  https://www.facebook.com/FDDLP.ORG; canadian people’s union : https://www.facebook.com/CPUFREEDOM2017; manif du samedi : https://www.facebook.com/groups/LesManifsDuSamedi

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