21 Nov 2012

The Human Addiction to “More”

21 Nov 2012

Here is Part Two of  the latest Mercredan session. I’m separating it into different topics. We got through a lot in this session but I’ll link to the other parts at the bottom of each post so it’s easy to navigate.

If you have any questions or want to discuss it at all fill in the “Leave a Reply” box under that part of the transcript.

I don’t always have all the answers but will do my best to clarify.

A = Annabelle
M = Mercredan
19 November 2012

Part Two

M: That is the parasite “more” is so engendered that humans have forgotten when anything is enough and you are arriving at the time when war as such cannot continue indefinitely.

A: Mm

M: Humans then are beginning to decide they’ve had enough of it. You understand? But how is enough to be enough when one wants more land, more places to build, more to claim as such. And this modern era, that is the defining era as you know it, is one of conquest. You understand?

A: Yes

M: Starting in your late middle ages conquest has become the greatest driving force.

A: Yes

M: And so it goes on. But you have arrived at the point where conquest no longer serves and one can not any longer dominate. Then Humankind has had enough.

A: So there will be many people who have been taught the belief from birth that their drive should be religion and conquest. I wonder how difficult it will be for them to move through to the new way of thinking.

M: One cannot impose and expect that to be taken up.

A: No. Will it be voluntary?

M: Of course, because like everything it is kindness that builds respect. And respect for viewpoints, that is as one moves out of the old “religious phase”. And one has to remember that in the beginning religion was designed to lead people into harmony. You understand? It was not until Domination that religions at any point had any conflict. Religion as such has no conflict, one against any other because they all recognise the same Source.

A: Yes, though all you need is somebody high up the hierarchy of any particularly religion that others trust to introduce the idea of conquest I guess, that the others will follow.

M: Of course and it has been motivated from early times. That is the sentient beings out of balance creating a desire for more and more and more. But as you come to recognise, there has always been enough.

A: Yes

M: as long as there is no “more”.

A: (laughs) Yes

M: And so Humans are beginning to recognise that Happiness as such, that which they most want and desire, is not brought about on the back of “More”. More does not actually bring anything except disease. That is dis-ease.

A: Yes yes.

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