It’s good to see him writing again!
I posted this on my other blog, but this one has more subscribers and maybe this might help someone.
Inspired by this post: The death that awaits establishment
It’s a good article and should be read.
I think people have a warped view on what leadership really is. Too many see a leader as being dictatorial. The “my way or the highway” type isn’t going to get very far. He or she is going to be miserable. People will be plotting their destruction. That is no way to live.
I have led people in a business before, Not many people, less than 10. But the numbers don’t matter much because the same principles apply without any regard to the number of people being led.
The following are my opinions, based on what I have learned.
- The primary job of a leader is to find and develop talent.
I want to find people that have the potential to do a better job than I can do. I want someone that can…
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and by stuff i mean i felt adrenaline a bit of fear and i think she calmed me down i couldnt move at all my whole body was like i drank rocket fuel and i was ready to go in orbit…
I recall some subscribers that are interested in the shamanic path. This comes from the Republic of Khakassia in Siberia.
Here is the article this came from http://rbth.com/longreads/shamans/
I posted this on my other blog, but repost it here because it fits the theme of this blog too.
Beware of anything that is handed to you on a silver platter.
In this culture, or perhaps in the entire world, darkness is equated with “evil” and “deception” and light is seen as being “good” and “truth”. Needless to say, I disagree.
Perhaps a key to understanding this is the misuse of the word “truth”. Christians misuse that word constantly. They already have the truth and are therefore good and in the light. Everyone else is deceived and therefore evil and living in darkness. That’s how the immature and fearful fundamentalists see it.
I, as a Satanist, know that truth is like a distillation process. It is refined, over time and with experience, and in my opinion it happens over many lifetimes.
Truth is wisdom that is made a part of the person. It comes from the inside, not from the outside via books and other teachers. Again I stress to beware of anything handed to you on a silver platter, because it is not truth.You may agree with it because you think it makes sense, but making sense is not enough. Many errors make sense. But if you experience it for yourself, then you know and it is internalized as being truth.
If I recognize wisdom in another person or book, it is only because I too have internalized that persons wisdom and made it my truth.
To me, our sole purpose here on this planet to learn truth. BUT. it is an individual’s journey, not a group journey. Those that think they already have the truth think they have it all figured out. I, on the other hand, know differently and I still have a long ways to go. But at least I am now on the right path to find this ever-elusive “truth”.
Religions provide a false light. Religions are the words of others that their adherents internalize as being truth. They are the words of others, and not the words of the adherents. That is the key. This is what makes it a false light; because it comes from the outside and not from the inside of the person.
I recognized this false light that was provided to me. I then went out into the darkness to search for my own light. I was not afraid of this darkness. If you are afraid, then you still have work to do and you aren’t ready yet to go into this darkness to search for your own light.