“The concept of need for privacy is considered (at the societal level) to be an essential condition for the Human Being. Many countries implement legislation and laws that “guarantee” privacy for individuals, businesses, religions, education institutes, and so on. Other countries strip away any expectation of privacy. Vast sums of money are directed toward efforts to maintain diverse facets of privacy. The resultant culture of privacy that has been created is the consequence of parochial thinking. The pursuit of privacy implicitly orchestrates an endless Human versus Human struggle for concealment. Privacy is an environment in which individuals protect and insulate particular aspects of themselves from perceived “outsiders,” which is most of the Human Species. Privacy is an illusion.From a spiritual perspective, privacy is problematic as there is no reasonable probability that any such condition can exist. Indeed, privacy is impossible within the primal energy streams that flow through the Cosmos. The acceptance of this proposition is crucial to the effort of repairing of Human—to—Human and Human—to—Nature relationships.
All personal thoughts, desires, and actions are patterns of energy pulsating within the “fiber optic” that connects Human Beings with each other and Nature. The presence of the Human Being as a donor to the energetic formation of the “fiber optic” signifies that she or he is transparent throughout the moment—to—moment contribution process. The influences entering the energy flux are a de facto exposure of the consummate inner structure of the Human Being. Resultant outcomes of those unique influences are expressed through the cause and effect impact on seven billion other Human Beings, and the indispensable symmetry of Nature. Rare are those Human Beings with the spiritual adeptness to continuously examine his or her dynamic behavior within the Cosmic energy stream. Until such adeptness is universal, chaos will be the predominant influence in Human—to—Human and Human—to—Nature interactions.”
The Irreducible Primary
© Rob Taylor, 2011
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