People want CHANGES FOR BETTER but they don't want to change themselves.
ISN'T IT A PARADOX?
The contradictions between the scientific conservative approach to the creation and reality in our daily life is constantly increasing with a sense of approach to the "boiling point". We are confronted with the spiritual manifestation of life in everyday practice. We no longer adopt this spirituality to our life from books, but rather draw it from our own life experience.
Usually success is measured in several categories – power and strength, knowledge and education, beauty, wealth, and fame. The more one has, the more successful one is.
Am I successful? To answer that, we, as a rule of thumb, compare ourselves with others. So, we answer, “yes” if the mood is good. We will answer “no way” when we fell little bit down. But can we have an absolute measurement?
Light is gradually and continuously expanding. So there is a transformation on the Sixth and Seventh Floors. We are moving up the Middle Stages of the Pyramid of Natural Uniqueness. In fact, on the Eighth Floor is already so light that you can see far enough, orient yourself and assess your possibilities. These are still not the clear images and not 100% internal confidence in anything. But it is already clear that the sounds are subordinated to some system, more often it is noise and illusion. Sometimes it happens that a danger would come close to you. Is it a real danger?
We go up the Pyramid. The sounds die down. Suddenly, a small light lit over your head. This light shines only at you. All of a sudden it became easier. At least now you see your shoulders and hands. You began to feel yourself and this already brings you a certain amount of peace and a sense of security and safety rooted in it. Even if it is still very small. And most importantly, not stable at all. In silence, it gives the illusion of rest, but when the sounds begin to go from all the four corners again, you start to tremble with fear again.
We often meet people who say: "Life is a complicated thing!" And many others keep saying: "Life is such a simple thing!". Why is that so? How does complexity and simplicity of life correlate with each of us? On the one hand, the question is difficult, but on the other – very simple. I'll try to answer it in 3 leaps.