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Sunday, October 6, 2013

RELIGIOHOLICS

Believing that you have the sole, absolute truth is a sign of unresolved fears and insecurities. Recovery from religioholism is a long, and often harrowing process of detachment from trying to dictate other people's lives and personal practice to a purported, infallible belief system.  Such people are never content with their own beliefs and values as lived by themselves, but demand that their whole families, communities, nations and even the whole world must follow the same way under penalty of censure, banishment, punishment, torture, death and/or eternal damnation.

Detoxification is the physiological, or psychological removal of toxic substances from a living organism. Religion is a type of dependence inducing ‘potion’, in a way like alcohol or drugs. The majority are light, moderate, to no ‘consumers’ of a religion system. Billions do it. Drugs or alcohol may have some psychological benefits, and yet at the same time create some physical health problems, and a general price to pay. Indifferent to that, billions find enough satisfaction to become somewhat tolerant, oblivious, or apathetic to the ‘prices to pay’.


Religion is a step for the sick to help purge themselves of a misfortunate past, but is not a vehicle to become attached to falling in love with. In a sense, religion is a rehab to set you free of the ‘demons’ that created habitual addictions. Staying in a religion ‘ad infinitum’ is to not ‘give up the nipple’ that sustains one until ready for what’s needed to grow. The so called ‘God’ doesn’t follow any religion, nor do ‘you’ need to endlessly. Any life hereafter doesn’t have scriptures but is responsive to the vulnerable heart vibration and your open innocence of awareness. Time to stop ‘mind invasions’, and open the heart and awareness to follow your own path of divine godliness.

14 comments:

  1. It is a dependency much like a crotch to a cripple...great post

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    1. yep and the sad thing is that most know this yet...

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  2. NOT TRUE! My religion means a lot to me. Just have a look at my blog to see how it has in no way stopped me from being the me I want to be. I do follow "my own path of divine godliness" and it is a path that I shall continue to follow till the day I die! My religion is not a "drug" but a "health tonic". Without it I would long ago have ended my life!!!!!!!! My religion gives me a reason to go on living!

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    1. I am glad you've carved out your path when it comes to religion

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  3. the fact is that I believe deeply in God, but not in a God made by men and religions that gives us prescriptions, a religion made by men! I believe in reincarnation and god is so far from what men are use to think about!

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  4. To me, religion should be the way to open one's eyes - not close them.

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  5. Religion like food can be nurishment for the soul and body, but can turn into poison if misued.

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