Looking back through personal experience on haters of my work, I was compelled to share the wisdom I have gained to articulate the difference between Action vs. Neutrality. Many of you who have tracked my work know that I have taken the action of inaction which has now become a stark contrast in light of our public statement on defamation.
While some may liken our statement to an action akin to defense maneuvers of other personal development leaders in my field to the greater mass movements or revolutions going on all over the world, I take a deeper look at consciousness itself as the prime operator that sparks any cause. Before you fight back against a perpetrator in “eye for an eye” or rush into a street protest, we should look at our history to see if any of these types of actions have actually effected any real and so-called positive change.
It can be alluring to feel a sense of belonging and be seduced into a biased herd of do-gooders to go against the saying: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
I instead break down the motivating factors and mechanics of one’s consciousness to discern what, how and when you can take action as well as what it truly means to be neutral and rise above any given situation. Action, you’ll find, means nothing until you reach a neutral state of a grander inspired action.
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“Your actions do not cause or elevate change in human consciousness. It’s the greater awareness and thought processes behind them.”
How is neutrality considered a detriment to society
When and how do we take action
Why would the God-view be enabling
Why did Mas finally take action against his haters
How have quotes like “turn the other cheek” and “take the higher road” been misinterpreted
What’s the truth behind “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”
In what way is doing nothing similar to abuse
How do we rise above abuse to a higher and grander level
“Neutrality is not not taking any action. Neutrality is to have no judgement on what you experience.”
How does Mas’ understanding of “neutral” differ from others
If Hitler didn’t exist what did he say about his consciousness
Does humanity still carry the evil in Hitler’s consciousness
Why did the people who witnessed Jesus’ crucifixion do nothing
What happens when we fall into a place of helplessness or futility
What is the significance of Mas’ action in his public statement
How has Mas’ public statement represented our audience to eliminate the frequency of bullying and being bullied
“Understand the mechanics of a problem then rise above it for a solution.”