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.
spirit — The animating or life-giving principle in
humans and animals. This as a disembodied and separate entity esp. regarded as surviving after death; a soul. A supernatural, immaterial,
rational or intelligent being, as an angel, demon, fairy, etc. The divine nature or essential power of God, regarded as a creative, animating,
or inspiring influence. Oxford Dictionary
Peter: Spirit is the basis of the word spiritual and yet many
spiritual people, when asked, somehow manage to deny that they believe in spirits or that a spirit lives within them which will be going ‘somewhere’
– after physical death. Religious and spiritual leaders are but the representatives of the good spirits on earth or practice the cultivating
of a good spirit within themselves that will then go to the place where all good spirits go.
Of course, the good spirits are there to counteract the bad or evil spirits which
are deemed to make human beings violent, murderous and sadistic. All this is a gigantic play of the imagination resulting from ancient mythical
We now know that the ‘evil’ of malice and sorrow is simply an instinctual
programming of fear and aggression instilled in all human beings by blind nature in order to ensure the survival of the species The elimination
of this ‘evil’ can now be taken out of the hands of priests, gurus and imaginary Gods and put where firmly it belongs. It is now up to each
of us to eliminate instinctual fear and aggressions from within ourselves – and with it the complimentary so-called good instincts of nurture
Those who present themselves as the spokesman and representatives of the forces of ‘good’ are
going to put up a hell of a struggle, such is their vested interest in keeping everyone miserable and dependant. The lure of an Actual Freedom
from malice and sorrow will eventually win out for there is nought but purity and perfection, delight and fascination in the experiencing of
the actual world.