Monday, 13 June 2011

Ode to 0rdoTempliAurora

Here I submit a response regarding your video, "Desteni Preacher
of Hate, Bernard Poolman".
You sound highly intellectual, however
you have rendered absolutely no evidence worthy of the titles
claim, therefore it is clearly only a facade. What you have managed
is an arrogated assumption of your own debilitated
lack-of-discernment, I am somewhat dismayed
by these false
accusations, replete with petty ego, thoughtless malice, and void of
any coherent relevance whatsoever.

In future, should you ascertain any pointed and/or sagacious findings,
please provide actual citations so they can be dissected and discussed
through pertinent and stimulating discourse.

Your outrageous claims, obviously attempting to appeal to the shallow
judgmental constructs of your audience through attempted aspersion
and mendacious labeling, only serve to magnify your deficiency and
lack of integrity to undergo self-introspection and stand in self-honesty
of what you have accepted and allowed in our world.

"Bernard Poolman's Desteni is a centralized regime, run as a
dictatorship, which advocates strictly regimented economic, industrial,
and social controls."

Your comparison of the Desteni group with that of a regime and
dictatorship is a completely unfounded calumniation, which, not only
makes one want to question the reason, but also the extent of your
pronounced desperation and fear.

"Suppresses free speech and forcibly attempts to censor criticism..."

It is rather unfortunate that your aged and feeble appeal to the
'defense of free speech' simply wins no favor, as those who -
unlike yourself - actually apply themselves have come to the
obvious realization, that as long as we are enslaved, no freedom
actually exists, it is an illusion. Thus free speech is nothing but an
avenue of perpetual abuse.

Your argument of 'Destonians condemning non-Destonians as
less-than-inferior beings', is again devoid of merit or citation and
thus scarcely more than a childish accusation.

"The Desteni philosophy is based entirely on influences of mysticism,
the new age, religion, occultism, and spirituality"

I would strongly recommend, that before stating empty, spiteful
claims that our group is aligned with a borrowed mystical or
occultist philosophy, you would first endeavor to apply yourself
in the fundamental research sufficient to discover that there is
no actual adhering to a philosophy, but rather an alignment to
the simple, common sense principle of 'what is best for all'. This is
the only way in fact, to honor life, if I may so rudely speculate that
you have yet to stumble upon that realization.

Although I have not seen any proposed solutions to the worlds
problems from yourself or your supporters, I sincerely hope that
you will open yourself to the possibility that you can forgive
yourself, and change, for the good of all mankind.
In doing so,
you will learn to be an effective human being ,that stands for a
dignified life for all.

In closing, I would suggest that in order to develop a broader
understanding of the scope of what is happening and what is
necessary to be done in our world, I think it would be of great
assistance to you and everyone if future communications be
subject to the following 2 simple criteria;

Don't talk shit about Desteni
Don't talk shit about Bernard



Thursday, 9 June 2011

Enlightenment is Spitefulness

To place Enlightenment within the context of Equality, here is a brief description of the process of becoming 'Enlightened'. Enlightenment is nothing more than a realization of self, or no-self as some would prefer - a term designed to describe a state of being based on a unique perspective of ones reality. Furthermore, it is the letting go of the beliefs, ideas, perceptions and judgements which barricade the path of the practitioner. All of which prevent one from achieving the attainment, and are based on the outflows of 'samsara' (wheel of birth and death) and/or 'karma' one has acquired throughout various lifetimes.

A practitioner who is seeking enlightenment follows fundamental principles in order to assist oneself to realization. Typically, these are;

1. Understanding of the 4 noble truths
  1. Suffering
  2. The Origin of Suffering
  3. The Cessation of Suffering
  4. The Path that leads to the Cessation of Suffering

2. Following the Eightfold path

  1. Right Understanding
  2. Right Intention
  3. Right Speech
  4. Right Action
  5. Right Livelihood
  6. Right Effort
  7. Right Mindfulness
  8. Right Concentration

3. The practice of Meditation in order to develop a clear state of mind unclouded by thoughts and anxiety.

Anyone can investigate these simple principles and take up the practice of Buddhism. Buddhism recognizes that the origin of the cycle of suffering can be observed by working with ones own mind and thoughts. Meditation is used in order to clear and focus ones mind so one can stop grasping and chasing after these thoughts. Once the mind has become still, it becomes clear, and one is able to more easily see into the nature of ones reality. In general, it is helpful to have a teacher that can direct and assist one to 'stick to the path' so to speak.

The primary Buddhist perspective is that of seeing all of existence as suffering. From that, a practitioner seeks to extract oneself from this suffering in order to attain the highest state of bliss (no-self). There is a major problem with that ideology however.

The problem is that the final realization or awakening - as that of placing self as separate from ones physical reality - is not the case in actuality. To think that one is separate, and/or can extract oneself from the totality of existence as a whole (wheel of samsara), is SPITEFULNESS towards all of existence as self as the physical reality. To give a practical example. A Buddhist monk achieves the highest state of nirvana/enlightenment where he/she no longer requires rebirth and is no longer existing within a human physical body. This being would thus (in theory) enjoy a blissful existence, free from suffering. How does that assist those who continue to endure torture and suffering here on Earth? Answer - it does not.

From the perspective of Equality, this is abdication of responsibility and therefore totally unacceptable. This is nothing more than a form of ascension, thus claiming one is 'special' for having achieved this state of being. Seeing self as separate, as opposed to seeing all as self, and thus honoring all life as self. When one sees all as equal as self, then it is clear common sense that we must all assist each-other to stop the suffering caused by delusional fear of facing self, as what we have accepted and allowed in our world. Only then can we put an absolute end to the extensive abuse and suffering existent within our world.

One can believe one is 'Enlightened' and attempt to extract oneself from the wheel of samsara, yet one can not escape the reality of self as 'one with' and 'connected to' all of existence. There is actually no escape from yourself. Therefore all Buddhist practitioners and those seeking enlightenment are subjecting themselves to a very rude awakening. It is suggested that each one investigate Equality extensively, in order that we may all take responsibility for ourselves in our world, and make this a place where all are given equal opportunity for a dignified life. The most practical solution is Equal Money for All. This is the platform which will give rise to heaven on earth, for everyone. Join Desteni!

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Summer Bikeride

Its a nice summer evening, and I just finished a bike ride around my neighborhood. Refreshing. And then, I saw it.

3 People standing in their driveway. A couple and a neighbor I guess. They were talking, and... smiling. You know that smile... That fake, phony smile people hide behind, to make it seem like they are enjoying each others company? Well there it was, glaring.

I see this often. I cannot express to you in words, how much it sickens me to see this. Here is the reflection of me in my world. Billions are suffering, and our entire lives are wasted working in vain, only to bring us to the brink of annihilation. People cram the highways to get to work in the morning, as if to say "bring death quickly please!"

And here I see a fake smile, a taunting reminder of the totality of what I have become. Fake.

Sadly, I have hid behind the fake smile myself. I'm sure someone has looked at me and been as disgusted as I myself have been.

I also saw an amazing butterfly on my bike ride. It was lying at the side of the road, unable to move. Probably hit by a car. I picked it up in my hands. "Someone will think I'm gay if they see me" the thought crossed my mind. I forgive myself for thinking that. I wonder how the butterfly was feeling. Was it in total excruciating pain... as I have felt at times in my life? There was nothing I could do for it if it was. I cannot even tell if it was in pain, I am so detached from myself as all life in my reality. I placed it back on the grass and continued on.

I then came up behind a young boy walking on the road. I sensed he was a little frightened. I nodded to him as he smiled at me and gave a little wave. Was his smile real? It appeared so, but perhaps he was only smiling out of fear. There is so much fear in our world. Being a somewhat larger male, I often get the distinct impression people are afraid when I pass them on the street. It is another sad reminder of my world.

How can we continue living in absolute despair and denial like this? The only reason I am suffering this fakeness, is because I have found an answer to it all. The undeniable truth of our reality, which is that we are all responsible for what this world has become. I have allowed the world to exist like this... because I did not stand up. I have just let it happen! I didn't realize it was me all along. How could I?

Well, I was afraid of myself...of facing myself. It appeared overwhelming to me. So I just took the easiest path. I didn't realize that all of existence is a reflection of me. This is a hard realization. But there is no other way. I simply must forgive myself. Or go mad and die. This is the bitter truth. There is no escape. So I walk in self forgiveness and self honesty so that I can change myself, and thus change my world. So that all life is honored. So that we may create heaven on earth. Without fear.

Our process, thanks to Desteni, is specific. We must purify and perfect ourselves from all forms of abuse of the mind/ego. This is done through the Desteni I process program where we are taught how to remove our pre-programmed beliefs, judgements, fears and opinions etc about life, so that we can truly live in this reality as equals. All must take responsibility to do this. There is no other way. Its time we take responsibility to do what is really necessary to be done to end the madness we exist as. In doing this, we will create heaven on earth, for everyone.