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SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE + LIFE COACHING
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VIOLENCE

VIOLENCE

 


Initiating aggression towards another lifeform is wrong.

 

Using violence to defend oneself is an inherent right of all lifeforms.  Knowing how to fight is an incredibly useful life skill which we strongly recommend for everyone.  Too great a focus on fighting however would detract from the desired, naturally peaceful mindset.

 

Beware of unchecked anger leading to a propensity to violence.  Sometimes this is an irrational emotion.  An external, invading energy, an Attack.  It must be avoided at all costs.  Violence is rarely a solution.  Without fully thinking things through this can be immensely damaging to your life, and to others.  An interaction which you may take forever to forgive yourself for.

 

Go far out of your way to avoid physical conflict yet if it is unavoidable then you must win.  Kneeing testicles, gauging eyes, scratching, biting, bludgeoning, etc..  By all means necessary.  Nothing is off limits when it comes to your physical security.  Try to inflict pain as your goal is to stop their violence while avoiding killing them.  For if you were to kill them then Society could persecute you.  Obviously use Societal law enforcement as soon as you can.  That's what they're there for and you pay for them.

 

Humans are traditionally omnivorous animals, meat eaters, with the teeth to prove it.  To fulfill this diet requires the slaughter of animals.  Even vegans kill plants to live.

 

"They're scared, man."

"Oh, they're not scared of you.  They scared of what you represent to 'em."

"Hey, man.  All we represent to them, man, is somebody who needs a haircut."

"Oh no.  What you represent to them is freedom."

"What the hell's wrong with freedom, man?  That's what it's all about."

"Oh yeah, that's right.  That's what it's all about alright.  But talking about it and being it that's two different things.  I mean it's real hard to be free when you are bought and sold in the marketplace.  Course don't ever tell anybody that they're not free 'cause then they're going to get real busy killing and maiming to prove to you that they are.  Oh yeah, they're gonna talk to you and talk to you and talk to you about individual freedom but they see a free individual it's gonna scare 'em."

"Man, it don't make them running scared."

"No, it makes them dangerous."

Billy talking to George Hanson,

Easy Rider (1969) movie,

Written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Terry Southern.

 

See chapter Security for more about aggression, self-defense, and Societal violence.