Shame and pain

Shame to the human spirit is pain to the body. Pain communicates the degree of injury, illness or discomfort the body feels to the brain via the nerves. Likewise, shame communicates, via the intuition of the soul, the degree of darkness, evil, and density of any energy that can defile the purity of the human spirit. The more degraded the body is, the more numb it is to pain. Likewise, the more degraded and defiled the human spirit is, the more it tries lifting itself “above” shame.

Numbness of the body is vanity of the spirit. Both indicate a deterioration that is a precursor to inevitable death unless a sensitivity is reinstated that is able to perceive maladies. For the body it is pain, and for the spirit it is shame. For the body it needs pain to understand where to direct medical attention in order to cure the illness or avert potential danger. For the spirit, it needs shame to understand where to direct energy in order to defend itself from potential defilement and purify itself in furtherance of its spiritual growth.

Without the perception of pain, the body becomes numb and it is doomed to collapse.

Without the healthy perception of shame, the human spirit densifies and is doomed to death.

Without shame, there is no spiritual hope for humanity. For mankind to perceive shame, he must know the objective reality of Divine Truth. Only this recognition today can impart him with the right conceptions from which the right intuitions can arise, that then–through experiencing–serve to refine his perception of shame. Ergo, shame is the capacity to perceive any slight deviation from the Order of Divine Law–in concepts, thoughts, words, deeds, and even forms on earth. If, for instance, you take a case study of just one form of human activity by objectively assessing the contemporary fashion trends with this concept of shame, universes of conclusions can be derived about the current state of the human spirit on earth.

Through the tutelage of Truth, man’s intuition becomes a lively electric detector that immediately perceives any deviation, or the danger of divergence, from the Divine Order (that alone promotes the greater happiness for all) within and without.

It is to help mankind with the right conceptions of what constitutes Truth for the purpose of assisting and safeguarding his proper spiritual development–clarifying therein the proper sense of shame that will serve to protect and uplift the human spirit–that the work “In the Light of Truth, The Grail Message” by Abd-ru-shin was written.

~Ikenna Q Ezealah

About Ikenna Q Ezealah

Ikenna Q Ezealah is a writer, author and essayist whose themes embrace human-spiritual development.
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