Here is philosophical question 4: Is it all right to chant the names of God, or use Eastern yogic techniques, or use Western mind control techniques to pursue white-collar crime?
A Summary follows the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Here is another knotty philosophical question: Suppose we have a yen to get ahead in the world, and we feel that white-collar crime … like embezzlement and fraud and hacking on the internet and stealing credit cards, those kinds of things … suppose we consider that they are not so terribly awful; and that we’d like to undertake a profession in the world such as that.
And then we turn to the Kabbalah, or the many names of God there, and we begin to chant in order to achieve that which we want to manifest in the world in that way.
Is this right or wrong? Is it right or wrong to invoke the name of God for the sake of white-collar crime?
Or any of the other methods, for example:
Using the yogic techniques from India, in order to do that.
Using the mind control techniques developed in the West. Is that ok?
Is it all right to do those things, or is it not? What is the consequence to our Soul evolution or devolution? That is the bottom line. You may have your opinions, and I may have mine. Therefore, I put that out to you to think about, and to consider.
May God’s love and light and joy shine down upon all of you, and uplift you to the very highest spiritual realms; the greatest truth; the finest, deepest, most unconditional love.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
See also … Link: “Philosophy: The Series,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 25 February 2020 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-gCn ..
Here is the third philosophical question: If a person rises in Awareness to the state of being beyond right and wrong, above right and wrong, does that, then, make it all right for the person to slip up from time to time … say, to murder, or to perform cannibalistic acts, or to rape? And correlative to that, how does a habit of making these slipups affect our Soul evolution?
There is an edited Summary after the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
On this beautiful, sunlit day. Here is another philosophical question for you: If a person rises, in Awareness, to the state of being beyond right and wrong, above right and wrong, does that, then, make it all right for the person to slip up from time to time … say, to murder, or to perform cannibalistic acts, or to rape?
“Mission to Earth: A Lightworkers Guide to Self Mastery,” by Anna Merkaba, is a very interesting book, that raises some thought-provoking … and to me, somewhat disturbing … questions …
Citation: “Mission to Earth: A Lightworkers Guide to Self Mastery,” Anna Merkaba, ~2014, 142 pp
In the book, Anna Merkaba talks a little about this question …. On page 32, first two paragraphs [to paraphrase] she explains how everything there is, including us human beings, is both good and bad. She speaks of a Reptilian race that inhabited Earth. There is a reference to how humans eat animals, and how this is similar to what Reptilians do to humans.
She also mentions how we humans, of our own free will, allow Reptilians to enslave us by destroying our Souls or psyches …
Link: “Are ‘Reptilians’ Really Antisocial Personalities?” by Alice B. Clagett, extracted and published separately on 25 February 2020 from a blog published on 23 April 2017 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-gCc ..
The following paragraph, paragraph 3, explains how to get out of the grasp of a Reptilian through feeling Love. And then on page 33, there’s an explanation of how Reptilians as well as humans have Souls …
I feel these passages from Anna Merkaba’s book offer a unique perspective on the quandary of right and wrong, good and bad, and the question of rising above it all. This is very different from my own perspective, but the notion behind “Philosophical Question 3” is for everyone to discover their own truth about these knotty issues. Along those lines, here are some questions from the video:
If a person is in a state, most of the time, of neutral mind, beyond right and wrong, how does that connect to the person’s actions in the world? Here is another way of looking at it …
If we are in the eternal flow of the Now, and we commit a heinous crime, an atrocity in the eyes of the world, and then we find ourselves in the next moment of the flow of the eternal Now, does that mean that the atrocity that we committed doesn’t count, or that it never happened?
Does it mean, for instance, that we can absolve ourselves of that, and start fresh, in a new moment?
This is a philosophical question that is well worth pondering. Here is another question …
Does it make a difference … if we find ourselves in this situation of being far above notions of right and wrong, and we find that we have committed a terrible atrocity, and that we continue to commit these atrocities habitually … Does it make a difference if it is habitual, or if it only happened once?
If it makes a difference, then what kind of a difference does it make? For instance, how does it influence the evolution or devolution of our Soul?
I feel that this description by Sri Aurobindo of the importance of approaching clearing of the vital body with a neutral mind, rather than repressing our sensation of it by using a strict moral code as a mental filter, is a classic well worth the read …