1.19.Question: What is the purpose of incarnation of each person?
Answer: Yes, probably, the most important thing is to wake up! Without waking up, all the rest is useless. But when a person, ie, a soul, wakes up and begins to understand and work things out, then it depends on what it will do.
The purpose is that person should not just become a rational animal but his own real person, a real human being. So I introduced a concept to distinguish if from others. For those who haven't read my books, I'll just explain it briefly so that you don’t think that I'm introducing categorisations such as; this the 'highest grade', and that's the 'lowest grade'. All are born as animals, as the first phase.
Then a human being enters the second phase, as a rational animal. And then comes the third phase; 'person in his own right, a real person' as I call it. How do I define the difference between a real human being and a rational animal? In both phases we are talking about person who two arms, two legs, one head, and no tail. And what's the difference? A very simple difference – in the 'rational animal' phase, instincts control the person's behavuor. But a the stage of 'real human being', a person controls their instincts.
This does not mean that instincts disappeared, it only means that a person can control these instincts. In this respect, there's an interesting point, that many simply do not pay attention to such things. I just saw the movie ""Penal Battalion"". In that film, the main character, commander of the penal battalion, was taken prisoner when he was wounded. There is a scene where the prisoners were taken into a barracks with tables set, and offered food and drinks. Most of the people rushed in, and began, sorry to say it, stuff themselves with food. I can’t call it at any other way. They pull the food from each other hands, etc.
Only a relatively small group of people, even though they were hungry as everyone else, didn’t rush to eat. What did the Germans do? Those who rushed in, again I have to say, to stuff themselves, were taken away like a herd of sheep because they were not dangerous, and herded onwards. Because when a person is controlled by instincts and he is hungry, he doesn't care about anything else. He tries to do what his instincts demand. If he's hungry – he needs to eat as much as he can. Such people are not dangerous because they are at the 'rational animal' phase. It doesn’t mean they are bad people. They just have’t passed this phase.
But those who didn’t rush for the food, they are dangerous. Why? These people are not so easily frightened, and can’t be pushed to do things, etc. What was done with them? They were made an offer; either you work with us, or this is the end. He choose the second option. Remember that the bullet hit his skull, bounced off, and so he was buried alive in a grave. But then he managed to crawl out. This is a very important point. Why did the Germans conduct such a selection? This scene is meant to show that the Germans did it intentionally.
Because for the Germans it was important to know; who could resist them? If a person is able to withstand hunger, then he will confront his fear of death. He won't betray or kill others. Even during the Chechen wars our captive soldiers were forced to kill their own comrades. Put gun a put to his head and pull the trigger; either you do it, or it will be done to you. If one refused, he was killed. But many shot at others, so as as not to be shot themselves . A person was broken, but in any event, he was living by the instinct of fear, the instinct of self-preservation. He was ready to kill anyone, even his own mother, to save himself.
These people are good for the system. Why? They are easy to manage. So, when these people start waking up, of course, this does not mean that they will stop being afraid of death, but people who can control their instincts, they become free. In the full sense of the word, they become uncontrollable by the parasitic system. That's why they are very much afraid of such people. These are a strong people of the nation. The more people there are that wake up, the more people will become 'their own person, a real human being'. Everyone passes through these phases, and I don't count myself an exception, as I also passed through all these phases just like everyone else. It's just that I just passed through a lot faster than most others, but that's another question. This is a natural process.
And what the social parasites do is to do everything they can to make sure that people will never pass out of the state of being a 'rational animal'; when instinct prevails over him, over his behaviour and consciousness. So my task is to provide technical information to help people move from the second to the third phase of being a real human being. This does not mean that problems will disappear. But people who learn to recognise reality in the full sense of the word, at least some of my friends said this to me, they begin to feel sad. Because when they didn’t know any all of this, they didn't see, nor understand it all. It was a little easier to live. Well, is it better to live without knowing anything? Or is it better to know and then to try to do something?
I think it's better to live, with knowledge and try to change things around, because in this case we have a chance to make changes. There is no benefit to anyone, including us first and foremost, if we live without understanding, without knowledge, continuing to live in a blissful state of ignorance. First and foremost, everything what I’ trying to do, I don’t do it for myself. Take my word, if I thought of myself, I do not need it for any cost. Because it brings me nothing except headaches. I do it to help people to wake up, to really perceive, and to become what they should really be.
All people are different, and no one should be guided by thoughts like 'I want to be the same as my neighbour'. There's no need to be guided by this parasitic system. Everyone should make the most of themselves, no matter in what area. If a person has talent, he should try to achieve the most he can from it. Even when making a chair with his hands, he should put all his love into the task. Everything should be done with love, with the soul, putting all of yourself in it. You have to understand things like, in order to achieve self-actualisation, it is not a chase for something else. Competition is also not so bad. This is an attempt to try to achieve self-actualisation. To achieve something in the task you are working on gives you meaning and the joy of creation.
I had to work and do a lot of things in my life that were not that creative. I always tried to find a meaning in any work I was doing, even in the meaningless tasks. For example, after school I worked at the 411th Aircraft Repair factory in Mineralniyi Vodi (a spa town at the foothills of Caucasus). There was a group working on precious metals. They assembled electronic components and our task was to extract gold, silver, platinum from electronics because it was lot it. Generally, they brought in several thousand relays. You take a hammer, very intellectual work, take a relay and smash it. And you have to aim the hit so that it strikes the relay and not here and there around it. Immediately a point appears on place were you hit it.
You smash it apart, pull out contacts, cut pieces of silver, gold or platinum, put them aside and throw away the rest. Such smart work! And what did I come up with for myself? I set myself a goal; how many of these relays can I break in an hour? So, I did this many, but can I do more? Do it again. This monkey business started to make sense for me, and the work even started to be become interesting; I've already done more, and I can do even more again. And this dull work started to become useful for me. Because I was competing with myself.
In any task that person can take one, no matter how dull or meaningless, we can make it bring us some joy from the fact that you have been able to overcome yourself. Defeating others is not so important, and not so difficult. The most difficult thing is to overcome yourself. This is what really creates such a joy that no victory over others can give you. Therefore, a lot of things really need to be done with the soul, to put all of yourself into it, because any task should either not be started at all, or should be done with all that you can give to the task.
And even if it's not be the very best thing you've done. Tomorrow you'll already be able to do it better than today. This is allows a person to develop, at any level of activity. Starting with a simple employee and ending up as president. Anyone in this world can be a creator. And who prevents it being done? No one. Only ourselves. So let's not interfere with ourselves in the first place. Others will be trying to hold us up anyway, without us doing it to ourselves.