AwakeningBy Anurag Shantam
(With R. J. Doucette)
ConclusionThe West has created the most complex ego structure the world has ever known. Its complexity has produced intense feelings of alienation, separation and insensitivity to the world around us – the world of which we are an integral part. Through this ego structure and its division of ourselves and the world into good and evil, we have created great good and equally great evil. The more complex the ego structure, the more inherently unstable it becomes. The society we create through this ego naturally shares these characteristics of increasing complexity and instability – a fact not unknown to terrorists seeking to destroy the West. Our very complexity is our greatest weakness, individually and collectively. We are vulnerable to pressures and stresses, and just as we are prone to individual meltdowns within the ego structure, so too the society we have created through it.
We are in the endgame, and God – the only hope we have at this point – is distracted in the ancient blame game perpetrated by His anger. He needs to realize that the blame game has not healed Soul’s pain nor made Spirit safe. The blame, with its attendant conflict and warfare, has never solved personal or global problems. As addictive and compelling as it is to God, the blame game does not work. It has never produced the results that anger claims it will, nor will it ever fulfill its promise of righting wrongs, healing hurts, or creating safety.
But God, possessed and controlled by His ancient advisor cannot see the futility of it all. While He is distracted by anger, precious time slips through His fingers, and we edge closer to the abyss.
I call on God in each one of you to come to His senses. We are the sleeping Gods unconsciously destroying life, and only by choosing to awaken, to become conscious, can we save it. The future is in our hands.