1 When it comes to religious beliefs, humankind blocks themselves from ideas other than what one was taught, mostly out of fear of sin or blasphemy over what one has been taught.
2 It is very similar to someone being born blind, and for the first time, sight comes from, let’s say, surgery. When the person starts seeing, someone may teach what is pretty or ugly, good or bad. The person receives such belief indiscriminately for not having a preconceived idea, much like the child believing everything that is being taught.
3 If someone contradicts what once was taught, resistance takes over, and the lack of ability to reinterpret such an image gets distorted upon one’s doubt. Upon doubt, the fear of losing what was once acquired as knowledge makes the person refrain from changing the preconceived idea for fear of losing the complacency one had with society for so long.
4 It is like the fear of learning that one must let go and hold on to something else. That fear of letting go creates a high level of doubt and uncertainty. It is not until after it has been overly corroborated repeatedly that the person begins to let go of what once held so firmly and move to new ideas.
5 That conflictive environment is utterly abundant among humanity when they start questioning their current ideology they were subjected to and is no longer making sense today.
6 This must be understood through compassion, understanding how the healing factor sets in and how someone sees things in other ways. One must understand the power struggle within the human mind.
7 I do not mean to impose the absolute, but instead extend an invitation to expand your mind and give way to new ideas so people can find within those new ideas the possible answers one may have been looking for so long, and the individual, in due time, could grant oneself the opportunity to explore new horizons and realize that there is leeway to see life in a different way from what has been taught from the beginning.
8 Once the person acknowledges the said possibility, one can become free to think differently and see the beauty of the inner world that is much greater than the limited physical world that is currently known now and in this phase of spiritual evolution. This is an invitation to open your mind to a new horizon.
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