Inspiration or conspiracy?
I believed the knowledge of religion, science, politics and philosophy would lead us (particularly me) to inspiration.
Is it true?
To be precise, it is on the contrary.
It actually led me to start a book (pathetic though) on conspiracies of the last century.
Not inspirational by any stretch of imagination.
We are led on wrong garden path over a century.
We are not making amends.
We are on course of the same morbid path.
This is why I postulated that we do not have credible guys/girls on this planet to lead the way.
We need aliens help, ideally humanoids but not reptilians with hidden agenda!
Let me dissect the basic premise of each of the above disciplines.
Religion (especially Vatican) is leading us on the wrong path.
Scientists are conspiring (not me).
Philosophy is overtaken by science and virtually a dead species.
Politics, democracy and referendums are polarizing people on opposite poles.
All the above are meant to be educational stuff.
No consensus emerging by trying to integrate the above disciplines.
So they go on a short vacation / vocation on a meditation course.
They return after an individual bliss of some sort but go back to their base prejudices instantaneously.
I believe trying to meditate and expecting inspiration to "come of" to you by default is a fundamental fallacy.
If one does not have inspiration to begin with one would not achieve anything substantial by meditating.
The reason for me writing this is there is a breed of pseudo-scientists and paranormal entities coming as suckers.
They come as "mediums" and "channels" and spread the very old conspiracies again and again.
Thinking to think on correct channels (Professor De Bono's approach) is what we need.
Buddhist Meditation detachment of all these themes are encouraged!
I do not know.
The latest conspiracy is "Intelligent Design".
They are coming as bogus alien visitors (
masquerading as new Gods).
In the meantime, the prudent aliens are still pondering "Is it worth visiting these lowly earthly beings."