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How materialistic philosophy is cutting your wings and burning your soul

18 June 2021, Omraan
How materialistic philosophy is cutting your wings and burning your soul

Materialist philosophy has cut the wings of the human soul by trying to demonstrate that man is nothing but dust, that there is no God, no Heaven, and no hope for him to become a sublime being.

Today's civilization is essentially based on needs of the physical body. I am not against it, it is not so bad, but one should not devote oneself to satisfy only these needs by forgetting the soul and the spirit which, deprived of “food,” wither away and have no more existence. How many people with no soul have we met? They have no soul and no spirit, but only bodies that moves! What we do not know is that a philosophy based on something as fragile and vulnerable as the physical body and not on an immutable and eternal stable principle has catastrophic consequences. Since its starting point is not divine, the conclusions drawn from it are often wrong and even dangerous because they resemble the physical body.

To meet the needs of the physical body, it takes money, and if it is sometimes obtained through honest means, it is often through dishonesty, theft and lies. To satisfy their physical needs, humans are capable of all crimes and even of eating each other in the event of hunger; they are at the origin of almost all wars we are seeing today – think about how the United States attacks other countries and kill civilians without consequences.

Meanwhile human beings who have sought only to satisfy the needs of their soul and spirit are never afraid of hunger, fire or death. They were great Masters, great martyrs, saints, prophets, heroes who has no fear of anything. They demonstrated by their behavior that they had an immortal soul and spirit that they preferred to die rather than betray the needs of their soul: greatness, nobility, fidelity, purity. The physical body cannot create these needs; on the contrary, it has no morals, and always pushes humans, to steal, to destroy, to massacre.

If one builds a philosophy on the needs of the physical body, one will remain small, weak, mean, and incapable of performing great actions. Do not expect much from a man for whom only the physical body counts: to satisfy his appetites he would not hesitate to sell his wife, his country and even the Lord.

You must not neglect your physical body but it must be at the orders of the soul and the spirit whose superior, noble, grandiose needs: the light, the eternity of the spirit, the immensity of the soul, will be reflected in all your acts and your words which will then carry a trace of the Divinity.

Because the moment you accept philosophy, it works in you, it transforms you, you are no longer fearful and selfish beings who tremble and pluck everything for a few pennies.

Accept this philosophy of mind, and begin the noblest, greatest, most divine inner work there is. You will see the transformation it will produce in yourself first, then in your surroundings, in the whole world and up to the stars ... because everything is linked. (…)

Materialist philosophy has cut the wings of the human soul by trying to demonstrate that man is nothing but dust, that there is no God, no Heaven, and no hope for him to become a sublime being.

This philosophy has killed and wiped out all that is beautiful in man.
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