Let's Help Create a Better Future! Seek Wholeness First!

The main mistake of humankind is trying to find happiness outside one's self in external situations and material things instead of within the heart or spirit through correct eating, herbs, divine love, chastity and hours of daily concentration on Spirit in meditation. The result of the general human population ignoring its own true nature as infinite, eternal inner love, joy and fulfillment results in a long history of catastrophic problems such as wars, pollution, poverty, crime, murders, natural disasters, financial disasters, famine, and terrible diseases. Strong negative emotions such as greed, lust, envy, hate, grief, aversion and fear cause confusion, darkness and misery. It is of paramount importance to balance emotions and seek only the deepest levels of wholeness possible to create a far more beautiful future.

UCSB Shooting Rampage Reflects the Insane Education, Medical and Legal System

On Friday, May 23, 2014, 22 year-old Elliot Rodger gunned down seven innocent victims and injured seven others in what would have been an otherwise peaceful Isla Vista, Santa Barbra, California college community. This everyone's-worst-nightmare scenario has happened more times than I can count, and now seems to have become a horrific American past-time. This nightmare scenario is usually created by a young male with access to guns and ammunition while having serious difficulty growing up in and adjusting to society. They are often quite hapless, lonely and antisocial individuals who therefore are not able to enjoy any close or meaningful relationships.

There are obviously many things still extremely wrong today in society. The world today is largely conditioned and shaped by people who have been educated and trained in one or more professions, skills, fields of research or other endeavors. That which is taught and not taught in the educational system has a massive impact on society, and I believe what young people experience (especially in the area of social adjustment) in the schools of learning has a huge part to play in these college related and school related mass shootings.

Elliot Rodger created for YouTube a nightmare video. In it he ranted over and over how he was not attracting women and was feeling utterly neglected, devastated, lonely and even worse how he was going to take a horrible revenge against the women he felt rejected him and threatened to shoot their boyfriends as well. Also he ranted on how jealous he was of all other guys being able to easily attract women, how he wanted to become a "god" and in other parts of his statement, the "Alpha" male, rather than the lonely inferior "nothing" he felt he had become. He felt discarded by society and longed for revenge, yet he felt great power because of the guns he owned and the horrible things he was going to do with them.

Obviously he was suffering, obviously he needed help, but I learned there already were five mental health professionals on his case who by all practical purposes were not helping him at all, or at best, very ineffectively. Even worse, his physicians most likely may have been prescribing him drugs (can encourage violent behavior) instead of botanicals (can be very effective without side effects) and probably completely ignoring his special nutritional needs which nearly all people with mental health issues have. Most drugs have side-effects. Mental health drug treatment without first involving correct eating can result in extreme neurochemical imbalances resulting in deadly consequences. Nearly all mass shooters have been "treated" with anti-depressants or some other mental health drug of some kind without first carefully monitoring the nutritional intake. The standard American diet or SAD is a disaster for mental health.

Even worse, somehow this most mentally and emotionally unstable person was allowed to own guns! How the hell did this guy pass the background check? Richard Martinez, the angry, greaving father of one of Elliot Rodger's innocent victims quickly blamed his incomparable loss on "irresponsible politicians" and the NRA. These groups may very well be part of the problem because far too many individuals who should not be owning guns and ammunition are owning guns and ammunition. This is a horrible mistake, making or allowing many individuals to become an accident waiting to happen.

Elliot was intent on doing something extremely rash, horrific, and irresponsible without ever giving thought to the terrible consequences. Obviously his teachers did not teach him well enough exactly what these consequences would be. I strongly suspect his rotten choice to kill and hurt others has to at least partly be caused by the extreme lack of spirituality in the social and educational system and its sadly maligned emphasis on materialism, self-importance, sensuality, wealth, and the unfortunate misconception that those having mates are somehow superior to those who don't have mates. This idea of one's own value or worth being wholly dependent on various external traits, possessions and relationships is as far from spiritual as one can get, yet this is clearly what the educational systems and their fraternities are either teaching or encouraging in some way!

Spirituality does not have to involve religion nor a belief in something scientifically impossible. One need only describe to the pupil exactly all the details of what near-death experiencers have encountered during their out-of-body journeys and what they learned during the life-review process which is that we all share the same consciousness and that our real essence is a living light of pure, unconditional love. The wisdom of the ages has always stated: "Whatsoever you do to others you do to your self!" We need to present these facts to students as an undeniable law of physics and consciousness that whatever you put out, you get back!

Also teach in every school the very vital and important fact that there is life after death; people have been there and were able to come back and talk about it! The idea that everyone is completely annihilated by death is unfortunately taught by many science professors and others in universities and colleges. Even the mass murderer Eliot Roger was talking in his YouTube video as if death was indeed a complete and permanent annihilation, and therefore wanting everyone to pay for his suffering with complete annihilation.

Knowing that there is an afterlife and realizing that the consequences for all one's actions continue on long after the physical body ceases to exist, could definitely improve one's attitude toward others and toward life itself. Yet to be taught the opposite idea that the physical world is all there is and that one's physical body is the only existence one will ever have can import really serious damage into one's psychological makeup. Such academic concepts of separation, existentialism, alienation from Spirit, etc. affected me in a very negative way, and caused me much suffering, fear, hopelessness, and grief. I felt quite helpless, quite lonely and worse of all, scared out of my mind to risk or experience anything in life. I felt much more inclined to self-delusion rather than face the reality of life. I am quite sure that the standard materialistic curriculum and very strong encouragement of competition taught all my fellow classmates to be even more egotistic, selfish and snobbish than they were already. These are childish human tendencies anyway, therefore how stupid is it to push these tendencies even further along into adulthood?

Obviously advanced spirituality and the immense benefits of unconditional love and serving others need to be taught in all schools! And I don't mean any form of religion, but the principles of wrong and right, the illusion of the ego, and the latest scientific research on the phenomena of the near-death experience, out-of-body travel, and spiritualism. Some famous near-death experiences such as Dannion Brinkley's "Saved by the Light" and Howard Storm's "My Descent into Death" should be required reading in every school, college, and university. If everyone in school were given all the knowledge that individuals like Dannion Brinkley and Howard Storm acquired during their near-death experiences, and all that was learned by researchers such as Raymond Moody and Kevin Williams, then I believe there would be far fewer students in school inclined to hate, shoot, hurt or kill one another and far more who are inclined to help, encourage, love and support one another. There would be much less selfishness, bullying and snobbery and far more support, humility and understanding.

All those inclined to bully should definitely be taught just how terrible the consequences of their actions would be in the afterlife! During one's life review, for example, the bully will be forced to experience all the pain and suffering and torments given to others. He will be forced to realize that all consciousness is one consciousness, and that the oneness of all life is the reason why he will have to experience all the pain and harm he has caused others. There are many other perhaps even more frightening possibilities for those inclined to hurt others such as being nearly forever lost in very cold, dark, damp and lonely hells, or feeling so cold that the soul will shiver for possibly hundreds of years, or finding one's self ambushed by many other similarly horrible or vicious criminals bent on tearing the bully to pieces which was most gruesomely described in the Howard Storm near-death experience.

In the afterlife, Elliot will be forced to experience all the consequences of his actions. He will have to experience all the grief and all the other terrible emotions and pain he inflicted on all his victims. He will have to endure all of the terror and misery he caused all those around him including the utter grief, horror and extreme sense of loss experienced by all the parents and siblings of his victims. One way or another, he will eventually have to wake up from his dark state of being and possibly have to reincarnate again and again to repay all the damage he had caused until he finally learns unconditional love. Elliot will forever remain stuck at a certain level of pain and suffering until he finally learns how to love unconditionally all those women whom he felt had rejected him.

Every student in society needs to be exposed to a much deeper understanding of life and what it all really means in order to help prevent so many people from doing so many stupid, destructive or nonsensical things. This world is unfortunately full of misguided people doing all kinds of harm and mayhem simply because they do not at all realize the sacredness of being and the oneness of all life!

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