« A man owns a beautiful car. He is extremely vigilant with regard to its maintenance, he uses the highest grade petrol in it, fits it with the best tyres, and so on. But when he gets into it he is not careful, nor is he able to keep his self-control.
Date: 3/27/2006 3:12:51 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 1683 times
« A man owns a beautiful car. He is extremely vigilant with regard to its maintenance, he uses the highest grade petrol in it, fits it with the best tyres, and so on. But when he gets into it he is not careful, nor is he able to keep his self-control. He performs rough and dangerous manoeuvres, he drives at great speed, he brakes suddenly, and then of course this poor man-handled car soon breaks down. Well, this is how most human beings treat their physical body. They are not in the least bit aware of the marvel their organism represents, in what workshops it was built, how much work the spirit put into it and how much it cost the Creator to perfect it. You will say you treat your physical body with care and respect. Maybe, but that is not enough. If you really want to be in good health then you must be attentive, provident and careful, in other words avoid impassioned states, chaotic thoughts and emotions, all of which weaken and wear out your organism. »
« It is true that medical science is making great progress, but this is no excuse for people to live imprudently. If they fail to educate themselves in the science of life, medicine will remain powerless in spite of all its progress. While it is trying to cure certain diseases, the disorders people continue to produce in their organisms by their unreasonable lives will cause new ones to appear. When you puncture a rubber ball, a depression forms in it. You may try to correct it, but the depression will appear elsewhere.
I can tell you that even if medicine has made enormous advances and continues to make even greater ones, this does not give human beings license to live however they please, without taking certain principles into account. Nor will any psychologist, psychiatrist or psychoanalyst ever manage to restore balance in someone who believes he can transgress with impunity the laws of the moral and spiritual worlds. »
Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
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