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By holding absolutely to certain perceived conditionings or perceptions, whether real or imagined, we will be reducing our ability to openly communicate with others. We will be seeing through sticky strands of beliefs. However such sticky beliefs will not give us a framework of understanding them personally, but provide a web for our oppression. Whenever such contracted beliefs arise, we are believing in an ism, such as nationalism, racism, sexism, ageism, classism, elitism, even religiousism or politicalism and so on. In these situations, our consciousness has become lost to the lowest common denominator or generalisation, where legitimate, natural truth does not exist. We have entered the small mind. The primitive, fear based, fight or flight mind, where separation rather than union exists. Such views do not add to the peace of the world (as has been historically evident) but rather take peace away.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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