The Paradox of Life (Part 1 of 3)


1 The human body form was designed to *tame the spirit into what it became.

2 We became human to tame the spirit as it evolved in matter because it grew attached to matter. It first became an *animal to learn how to work with the senses as creation evolved.

3 FV—And why do we *sin? I ask. Why are humans so rational yet so corrupt?

4 CFKW—In the rationality of humanity, it became a desire that animals did not have: The desire to create. And the desire shifted to power, and with power, corruption, because humanity wanted to have control of itself and its thoughts, as in “I want control now.”

5 You see, thoughts create form, and the form identifies itself with the source, which is the thought in creation. Animal form wants survival, and survival becomes the ultimate goal in animal form. That is the simplified need for power—survival: Either survivor as the predator or survivor as the prey. That is desire in itself; to survive, thrive, to come to be, and that in itself brings suffering—for the prey and the predator as well.

6 The predator’s ultimate goal of survival is to strive through hunger, which is the biggest of all fear because, without food, it will not strive. You see?

7 If humanity knew that feeding, in itself, is the most basic of all desires and knew that the feeding process is an attachment in itself, as Buddha learned when wanting to detach once, and that brought suffering in itself because he wasn’t ready for *’prana’ as we call it now as the spirit being able to feed itself from the air and understand that through this energy source, we survive and strive *alone…

8 FV—But if surviving in itself is an attachment, how do we figure out how to detach in its simplest form to survive?

9 CFKW—Well, by oneself. Surviving is an attachment for the self to be, to exist, you see?

10 FV—Then, why do we want to exist?

11 CFKW—To survive, which is the main and basic desire taken when the spirit took form in animal form.

12 FV—But I ask: Who designed us?

13 CFKW—The creating forces by themselves. The spirit wanted to exist through the self to experience as matter by itself, and that desire took form. And spirit found better ways to manifest. The spirit found a refined, so to speak, way to express and attach to matter by itself. And through humanity found ways to refine itself. So, the difference between animal form and humanity is basically the same, but in a refined way, a new creation took place.

14 It found new abilities to create and to better itself. And by refining itself, it found new ways of creation— to strive and survive in its new environment. One environment that is detached from the animal kingdom, from its source, from its natural environment, and created a new environment, artificially made, and now it is part of it as creation. You see?

15 The animal kingdom’s imperfection comes from creation itself. The imperfect world, once created by the spirit, in form. But by being creation by itself, it needs to be tamed before one jumps to the refined stage of creation because it is a process, a learning process from the basic to the complex. You see?

16 And now the complex becomes too complex to handle because creation in its refined way keeps finding ways to create. And what once was simple matter now becomes a complex realm of existence where the spirit thrives. And now its striving is to survive in new forms. When once the driving force was hunger, now its driving force is bare survival from the complexity of things. You see?

17 Hunger, prey, predator now becomes a new type of hunger, which is power, which is ranking, which is status, which is acknowledgment, which is accomplishments, which is surviving with things of a vast complexity of creating forces by themselves, ruled by the new god, which is money, in this new world created by us to strive and survive: The new god, which is money, as it becomes the essence of everything. It becomes the origin for us to thrive, survive, be recognized, gain power, acknowledgment, and commitment: The striving force that keeps us surviving in this world. You see?

18 That’s why you see suffering all over the world; because…(continues in part 2)


A1- ‘Tame’ implies that the experiences of the body increase the vision of the spirit.
A2- Spirit first manifested in its simplest form (fist particle) and evolved from what we (erroneously) call non-living to living matter. From unicellular to multicellular, it came to evolve into animal form. This article explains that humanity evolved from animal form since it wasn’t necessary to go into detail on what was previously explained.
A3—This question I made may seem irrelevant to the reader. However, it came about as their intent manifested in me as I understood (at that time) that ‘taming’ came from erring, and erring translates into ‘sin’ following my Catholic upbringing.
A7—Prana: (Hinduism)-breath, considered the life-giving force. Today it is commonly known as the practice for ‘breatharian.’ Furthermore, this is not an incomplete sentence—an ellipsis means I interrupted their insight to step in and ask the troubling question that followed.
A18—Prey/predator now refers to the oppressed /oppressor, victim/transgressor.

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