Busyness is a form of avoidance rooted in fear. People often avoid facing their fears by maintaining a high level of busyness

Busyness Enslaves Consciousness

One of the greatest obstacles to clear seeing is a state of chronic busyness. Chronic busyness undermines awareness and keeps people from being present in their lives. When a person is not present within the moment they are susceptible to parasitic thought viruses and opportunistic entities. Lack of presence is the mechanism through which human consciousness is enslaved. When we are not firmly anchored inside the present moment we are slaves living on the outskirts of our own existence. There is no other way to say this. Either you are present and awake inside the present moment or you are living life as a slave.

Busyness is a form of avoidance rooted in fear. People often avoid facing their fears by maintaining a high level of busyness. They rationalize they simply haven’t the time to be present and still within themselves. Deep down, they are fearful of what might filter to the surface if they become still and listen. Chronically busy people don’t have a relationship with their deeper selves. It is this relationship with our innermost self that gives meaning and purpose to life. The person who doesn’t have this deeper meaning and purpose is easy prey to parasitic energies of all kinds – whether it is in the form of thought viruses, enslaving entities or other energy drains.

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2 thoughts on “Busyness is a form of avoidance rooted in fear. People often avoid facing their fears by maintaining a high level of busyness

  1. I completely agree. My 10 year old daughter died last August and I use busyness to avoid pain. I fear more suffering and so busyness is my drug. It doesn’t last and it doesn’t make me better but it distracts. For me it is coping but I still see its destructiveness. I can tell you first hand. #missingerin

  2. A vicious cycle…Using your goals to avoid the false self which defines your goals, which were never really yours to begin with. Waking up and seeing what you’ve been is as horrifying as it is freeing.

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