Why Do Most People Not ‘Get It’?

Much depends on our early years; our infant experiences and associations (the talk surrounding us) influence and set our brain in a certain way, creating our attitude to life.

The Buddha said, “Don’t take my word for it; see for yourself”,
but we don’t see.
We assume.

The essence of life – the essence of everything – comes down to one or two aspects, but this has been made increasingly complex, which gives rise to ambiguity, inexactness and confusion. Confused people conform easily to suggestion – it’s how hypnosis works.

Because we see in our way, we cannot recognise how others see, and so we cannot see what is coming. Once we are influenced, when our button is pushed, we revert to type.

The insightful author, Aldous Huxley, wrote about this in 1932 in his dystopian novel, “Brave New World”, where everyone accepts the servitude for which they have been screened. This book, together with George Orwell’s “1984” – which is about changing people’s views through fear and doublespeak while rewriting history – reveals how things were set in motion decades ago and are coming to light now.

To some, these are just sci-fi stories,
but to those who ‘get it’,
they are a precise prediction of the sequence of events.

Inner knowledge is obvious to some,
while to others, it’s a mystery,
which is why they don’t ‘get it’.

This is the Kali Yuga, the Age of Strife,
where we can make the fastest acceleration
– one way or another!

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