Many people put an artificial sealing over their work and research, getting stuck in a tunnel vision of topics they keep focusing on, trying to explain everything through it instead of being truly open-minded and looking at the many other angles of our multifaceted reality. Don’t attach yourself to anything you can’t honorably walk away from. Keep free and flexible. Have the courage to discriminate. Learn to know when you are hearing dogma. Know when you are hearing the shriek of the ego.
The power in you is your uniqueness and individuality. How you see and move in the world is a precious bequest to the divine source from where you came and where you go back to.
If you walk around any city, you will see people choosing not to control themselves and therefore they become followers, not independent, not individuals, not pioneers, not explorers. It’s an anti-human way to follow.
The biggest threat the establishment has is individuality, people who think for themselves, people who say: no more of this group mentality. I don’t care what they are following. It could be the best yoga, the best spiritual guru, it could be a beautiful ancient Hindu, german or french texts, whatever. I don’t care.
If you are following, you are doing it wrong. The only path is the path of the Individual. That is what it is all about and what you are here for.
There is an esoteric axiom, all untrue things eventually destroy themselves. Empire, as long as “I” get out of the way, is burning itself out and it’s a natural power of the evolutionary process. In mystical studies, you’ll find that this has happened before. It has happened periodically over millions of years, not thousands, but millions of years.
And the message is always, look, humans, you are super powerful. It’s the divine will, a metaphysical spark of creation within you, call it what you wish. To be here is to grow and explore as an Individual. If we are not doing that, we give that power away, we surrender it, and there are other beings in this world who will gladly take that and do something else with that. And that’s how the empire rises.”
– Neil Kramer