I had given up writing this book because of people’s reactions when I mentioned the Commerce Game.Most wanted to ‘kill the messenger’ because their having been so conned by the alleged ‘authorities’ for their entire lives was too painful to contemplate. Those with neither eyes to see nor ears to hear wanted toargue with me. Many suggested they were aware, yet upon further discussion they admitted to not
Our mind is of 3 categories: what we know, what we don’t know, and what we don’t know we don’t know. Not knowing is unfortunate; not knowing that we don’t know is tragic.
– W. Erhart.Some actually did know about the fraudulent banking system and yet felt already defeated. Theyremain part of the problem by refusing to become part of the solution.
The ultimate ignorance is the rejection of something you know nothing about and refuse to investigate.
– Dr. Wayne Dyer I concluded that, unfortunately, only a few want to hear how to become free, stop identifying withtheir false beliefs, do what they
to do (instead of ‘working for a living’), and live in joy which iswhat we are designed to do. I felt as if I were my own minority group – I truly do want to know thatwhich I don’t want to know. Most want security over freedom. As most people identify with their beliefs, giving them up would present the fear, ‘who would I BE?’ If they were to open their minds, droptheir preconceived notions and their psychological prejudices, let go of the concept that their
who they are
, they might become enlightened.
Millions of unconscious people are not taking responsibility for their inner peace.
– Eckhart Tolle. Needless to say, suggesting we have been conned into playing an insidious game which is destroyingour lives, our futures, our fellowship, our spirituality, and our true natures, will meet with non-receptiveminds. Consequently, in exasperation one night I resolved that my book would be futile – a waste of mytime and energy. I declared I would put my efforts back into developing my Energy Psychology practice.In the middle of the night I was awakened by a voice saying, “Secret Oral Teachings”. I thought, “I’llremember” and went back to sleep. Later I heard it
, and then
upon awakening I heard, “SecretOral Teachings” at which point I leapt out of bed and went to my books and put my hand on a small brown book which I’d owned for 20 years and never read, entitled, Secret Oral Teachings in TibetanBuddhist Sects by Alexandra David-Néel and Lama Yongden (1967). Within the first eight pages I readabout the hesitation of the Buddha, before beginning His Mission:“I have discovered a profound truth, difficult to perceive, difficult to understand, accessible only tothe wise.“Human beings busy themselves in the vortex of the world and find their pleasure. It will be difficultfor men to understand the law of the concatenation of causes and effects, the suppression of the
(ideas that one forms which depend upon ignorance).“Of what use to reveal to men that which I have discovered at the price of laborious efforts? Whyshould I do so? – This doctrine cannot be understood by those filled by desire and hatred .. it ismysterious, deep; hidden from the vulgar mind. If I proclaim it and men are unable to understand it, theonly result will be fatigue and annoyance for me.”Brahma Sahampati exhorts the Buddha to conquer His hesitation: