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Gen Bytes - Get "The Boogie Man" Out of Your Head!

Updated on November 23, 2020
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Christofer has been a Counselor, Contract Administrator and studied astrology. with his Mother since the 70's. He has 8 grandchildren.

Sepsis of the Soul? Not at All!

Lets go back to man's developing psyche---way way back. Humans had a hard time saving children. Just keeping them alive from weather, food shortage, all kinds of critters and rampant disease. "Fear of the UNKNOWN" was a gigantic topic! Fear is a big floating topic INSIDE US.... a kind of "Sepsis of the Soul".

BUT THERE ARE SELF-PROGRAMMING ANTI-BODIES. Our fear of danger seems a deep disease. But there are deeper drives beneath our fears ---BELIEF, HOPE and a powerful WILL.

Just Where Did the "Boogie Man" Originate? A Spookie Gen-Byte



We never seem to be able to get over

Being Afraid of the Dark!

As Adults, we tremble and can't accept

Pain, Suffering and Loss

As part of Life's Phases

From which a New Life Comes.


The Monster on the Wall in your Room at Night;

Is Actually the Lamp with your T-Shirt

Slung over it!


And that feared "Boogie Man"

Breathing hoarsely in your closet ---

Is actually the Angelic Redeemer

You hoped and prayed and wished for

When you were a wisp of a kid.

Being Afraid of the Dark

Things We don't Outgrow
Imagination Takes Over
The Redeemer Liveth
 
 
 
 
 
 

Don't Patent Your Mental Inventions

SPECTERS

SPECTER
SPECTER

Analysis of the Boogie Man

The analysis of this "frightening" image is deeper than it might appear. It's NATURAL for children to be afraid of the night and dark.

And when adults are overly fearful of specters in their lives, it is easy to deride the apparent silliness of people, but that's not what this proverb is all about.

We aren't really afraid of "T shirts slung over a lamp"; we are rather, fearful of things that do not put us in any danger; even though we tend to invest power unnecessarily in politicians who are glad to conjure up fearful images.

If you broaden the topic to "ill-founded fears", and "things we obsess over" then the real analysis is -- STOP DRAINING POWER FROM YOUR PSYCHE, AND WEAKENING YOURSELF!

Lets go back to man's developing psyche---way way back. Humans had a hard time saving children. Just keeping them alive from weather, food shortage, all kinds of critters and rampant disease. "Fear of the UNKNOWN" was a gigantic topic! Fear is a big floating topic INSIDE US.... a kind of "Sepsis of the Soul".

BUT THERE ARE SELF-PROGRAMMING ANTI-BODIES. Our fear and danger BUGS almost constitute a deep drive. But there are deeper drives beneath---BELIEF, HOPE AND A WILLPOWER.

We can self program. We just need to use new tools. They are based upon unification and redemption.

A rich man with great prestige and power experienced sudden calamity, he lost family, disease and boils exploded all over him. He was utterly brought down. He lived near the Great Pyramid. As "friends" will do, they told him that he was evil and deserved to suffer and their prosperity was a proof that they were beloved. This man however made no excuses, because he "KNEW HIS REDEEMER LIVED". He is lost in history, but his tale is not. Job is the quintessential man looking above grief and misfortune and disease. If we did not have "trouble" we would not be able to be redeemed out of it!

The reason "Job" is a classic ancient tale is because for eons, we are plagued with the words "cursed", "punished", "tortured" and "horrible fate". And yes humanity has SUFFERED as the Buddhists would tell us. But as many systems would also say --- There is great power in the nature (s) of our REACTIONS to our lives. "Non-responsive Involvement" seems to be a profound, but a complex idea. NO! We do not have a Sepsis of the Soul ------ But we do have to take care of our Immune System. Do you know that your Redeemer lives? By the way, in the end Job was restored by his Redeemer.

In the end we must come to realize that we are punishing ourselves. All of us have seen movies in which a penitent flagellates himself. It is as horrid as our eyes can see. We wish we could UN-SEE those images. Eventually, we must understand that we are the stars AND the authors of the Theatre of the Boogie Man.

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