Please note that the text below was written by the feeling-being ‘Peter’ while ‘he’ lived in a pragmatic
(methodological), still-in-control/same-way-of-being Virtual Freedom before becoming actually free.
Body: The physical and corporeal nature of a human;
flesh as opposed to soul or spirit. Oxford Dictionary
Peter: The flesh and blood body which sees, hears, smells, touches, thinks,
reflects and speaks as distinct from the psychological and psychic entity within (who I think and feel I am) that neurotically controls, is
fearful and aggressive, feels lost and lonely, and desperately fears death.
Spiritual wisdom has it that the spirit or soul is real and the physical body/mind
is but an illusion. The physical body is imagined as the seat of lustful carnal desire and the mind (ego) as the seat of selfish, evil, and
non-divine thought. The soul, the imagined seat of the good feelings, is seen as the ‘spirit’ within the body, able to survive the death of
the body. The spiritual solution to the human dilemma of malice and sorrow involves actively cultivating the soul – the ‘good’ feelings
– into a distinct, superior, God-fantasizing identity. This new spiritual identity is then in total denial of, and transcendent to, the more
unpleasant aspects of the body’s instinctual programming that produces lust, anger, despair, violence, fear and depression. To fantasize of a
‘good’ and immortal ‘spirit’ dwelling within an ‘evil’ and, very obviously, mortal body is to deny the fact of that humans actually
are – instinctually-driven flesh and blood bodies, able to think and reflect.
The Human Condition that enslaves the human body in malice and sorrow is
essentially a neuro-biological condition. It is firmly based on the formation of a social identity imposed over an instinctual based primitive
self – installed by blind nature to insure the species’ survival. It is only when we firmly face this fact, cease denying it, and cease
believing the fantasy story of a spirit-world, can we sensibly get down to the business at hand – ridding ourselves of the neuro-biological
instinctual programming of the human brain. When one does, one discovers that the instinctual programming is exactly analogous to software in a
computer – it is nothing more than how the hardware of the brain has been programmed to operate and function, and being software, the whole
lot can be disposed of, deleted, eradicated. What is discovered is that the human flesh and blood body, freed of the pernicious restriction of
a personal, instinct-based ‘self’, is able to operate at its optimum, to its full potential – freed of malicious and sorrowful feelings.
In actualism, it is possible to eliminate the psychological and psychic entity such that one becomes
this flesh and blood body only, wondering at the perfection and purity of the physical universe. All is then delightful, easy, carefree,
serendipitous and perfect.