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Realitätsvermeidung – Verleugnungsverhalten auf dem geistigen Weg


Zehn fehlangewendete spirituelle Konzepte zur Realitätsvermeidung
༺༻Spiritueller Bypass
Geistige Fallgrube
VerhaltenstendenzEffekt
Bemerkung
1.Positives Denken [BW 499]
Glückseligkeits-Falle
Sich selbst und anderen Positivität vorheucheln, um über den nicht geheilten Schatten hinwegzutäuschen, oft einhergehend mit dem überfliegenden Mantra "Alles ist gut." 
2.Intellektualisierungs-FalleFlucht in den Verstand, um allein in und durch Gedanken zu leben, unentwegtes übermäßiges IntellektualisierenKopf-Trip mit dem Ziel, sich von der Gefühlswelt zu lösen; gut ausgebildete Fähigkeit, Bewusstseins-Modelle zu artikulieren, ohne herzlich und echt fühlend zu sprechen
3.Bezeugungs-FalleStets im Zeugen- oder Beobachter-Bewusstsein leben, wie aus der Ferne auf den eigenen unerlösten Schmerzkörper starren und glauben, man sei präsent; hilfreiche Dissoziations-Techniken mit dem Leben selbst verwechselnPseudo-Gleichmut mit glänzenden Augen, sehr eingeschränkte Fühlfähigkeit; Der unerlöste innere Schmerz erstarrt zu einer Waffe, die sich nach innen gegen das eigene Selbst richtet.
4.Pragmatismus-FalleBemühen, sich stets auf die greifbare, praktische Realität zu konzentrieren, um eine Einheits- oder Gesamtbild-Erfahrung zu vermeidenHäufig bedeutender materieller Erfolg und spiritueller Bankrott
5."Alles-Ist-Eins"-FalleBemühen, sich stets auf das Einheitsbewusstsein zu konzentrieren, um spezifische Probleme, Herausforderungen und irdische Bedürfnisse zu vermeidenUngeerdetsein und Unvermögen, sich die eignen Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, Abdriften ins große Mysterium
6.Advaita-Falle
Nicht-Dualitäts-Falle
Sich selbst als "nichtdual" einschätzen, [über BW 500 zu kalibrieren], um dem menschlichen Kampf auszuweichenNichtduale Vermeider entfernen das Unangenehme (Identifikationen, gestörtes Gefühlsrepertoire, Ich/Selbst, Körper) aus ihrem Wahrnehmungsspektrum, um ihre Menschlichkeit zu  transzendieren und damit das notwendige Wasser auf der Seelenmühle fernzuhalten.
7.Verantwortungs-FalleKonzepte ("Welt als Spiegel", "Nicht-Urteilen") missbrauchen, um die eigene Mit-Verantwortung beziehungsweise die Verantwortung der anderen für falsches Handeln zu umgehen, gestützt auf die überfliegende Idee, dass es kein Fehlverhalten gibtZiel dieses Vermeidungsverhaltens ist, ungesundes Verhalten weiterhin zu erdulden oder fortsetzen zu können und Opfer zu entmutigen, einen rechtmäßigen und notwendigen Heilungsprozess einzuleiten
8."Du-bist-nicht-deine-Geschichte"-FalleDurch Bagatellisierung der eigenen Geschichte dem Schmerz und der Verwirrung der persönlichen Lebenserfahrungen entfliehen.Die eigene Geschichte beinhaltet das zu bearbeitende karmische Material (Identifikationen, Gefühlsleben, ungelöste Probleme). Dieses Wasser auf der Seelenmühle fördert das spirituelle Wachstum.
9.Karmische VerträgeEinzelereignisse auf eine seelische oder universelle Absicht zurückführen ["Das hast du dir so kreiert", "Es war so bestimmt", "Deine Schwingung hat es angezogen", "Alles geschieht aus einem bestimmten Grund"], Bemühen, dem Schmerz, Unerklärlichen und Fehlgeleiteten vieler Erfahrungen zu entfliehenScham, persönliche und zwischenmenschliche Realitäts-
verleugnung, Unvermögen Mitgefühl zu zeigen und Heilung anzustreben
10.Vergebung Unerlöste Emotionen und Beziehungserfahrungen durch voreilige, vorgetäuschte Vergebung vermeiden, jene beschuldigen, die noch nicht verziehen haben, Heilungsvermeidung.Wahre Vergebung erfordert, seine Emotionen und die Erinnerungen seiner Erlebnisse zu konfrontieren, gefolgt von einer bewussten Entscheidung zu vergeben.
Quelle: ► Spiritual Bypassing – 10 Wege, die Realität zu vermeiden, englisches Original 10 Ways to Bypass the Real, 20. March 2014, präsentiert vom US-amerikanischen Elephant Journal, Jeff Brown, M.A., kanadischer Rechtsanwalt, Psychologe, körperzentrierter Psychotherapeut, Autor, 10. März 2014, übersetzt und nachgedruckt von der Schweizer Zeitschrift Sein Sein.de, November 2014
Reference: en.Wikipedia entry Spiritual bypass
Siehe auch: ► Weg und ► Wirklichkeit und ► Prüfungen

Zitate zum Thema Fallen und Versuchungen / Temptations

Zitate von D. Hawkins

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

  • Hüte dich vor Naivität und Leichtgläubigkeit. Sie ist eine der größten Fallen auf dem geistigen Weg. Quelle unbekannt

 

 

Quotes by D. Hawkins

Personal avowals

  • On one occasion, there was no worldly presence, but on the consciousness level, there was an encounter with a more rarified luciferic presence that promised great power if one went into agreement with it. When this was refused, it retreated. This occured at what might be analogously referred to as a high-altitude fail/pass test. One could see and know that Christ had passed through that temptation and had also refused it. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 258-259, 2003

Warning

  • Be aware, that all that is out here – and frankly, it wants to get you. I hate to tell you that. You can love the tigers out there, although it doesn't pay to push them. You can stand for what you are without necessarily provoking them. The reason I say this is because in this experience, what the world calls personal, such a thing did happen. More than once. It can happen in the nonmaterial world, and for those, who are spiritually committed in the dangerous one of spiritual seduction. Sedona Seminar Realization of the Self: Final Moments, 3 DVD set, 14. December 2002
⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

 

 

 

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Self refuting statement

Self refuting statements, Cult FAQ, presented by NZ Cult List 1999-2015

  • Question: How can one get out of this trap?
    Answer: Although various methods have been described, one that is helpful is to cease having opinions about anything. Because all opinions are vanities, they are based on duality and tend to reinforce it. It is observable, for instance, that spiritual organizations which have a very high calibrated rating have 'no opinions on outside matters'. The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, chapter 19, S. 292, Veritas Publishing, revised edition 2002

 

  • Doubt is the ego. One could say that the ego is primarily a complex doubt structure that keeps itself rolling on by manufacturing endless, unsolvable problems, questions and distractions. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 7, 2003

 

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Psychic attacks

 

  • Most of the prevalent negative spiritual practices attract the spiritually naive by their "feel good" glamour and uniqueness, e.g., get a psychic reading or Tarot card seance, have fortunes told, get "channeled" advice from a "master" on the "other side", or fable in the occult with various forms of magic, seances, or rituals. Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter Spiritual Truth, S. 389, 2003

 

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The Paranormal vs. the supernatural

Dichotomy [i.e. level clash] between the prerational and the postrational stages

  • Paranormal phenomena are confused with the supernatural and are attractive to the curious. Traditional scripture, as well as highly evolved sages and teachers, warn "not to go there" because the astral realms are not spiritual and represent other realms and dimensions for which the human mind is not equipped with protective discernment. Thus, it is perilous to invoke spirits and otherworldly entities. Occult practices have a sizable and unseen downsize, despite the popularity of various Tantric exercises, "white magic," incarnations, Tarot cards, channeled masters, psychic readers, etc. Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter Spiritual Truth, S. 390, 2005

 

  • Spiritual evolution is a process of unfoldment, emergence, and purification as a consequence of what one has become rather than a result of what one is doing or has been. Spiritual errors can be concluded by humility and caution as well as forewarning. Temptations occur along the pathway and have been alluded to in the discussion of the various levels. It is best to periodically review them so as to be on guard. Those temptations that represent levels below 200 are often suppressed and therefore may suddenly re-emerge unbidden at levels over 200. Transcending the Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 314-315, 2006

 

  • Spiritual evolution is a process of unfoldment, emergence, and purification as a consequence of what one has become […]
    Temptations occur along the pathway and […] the various levels. […]
LoCLevelTemptation
200CourageBravado, machismo
250NeutralityIndifference, withdrawal
310WillingnessOvercommitment, overinvolvement
350AcceptanceFailure to take appropriate action
400ReasonStuck in cause and effect, intellectualism
500LoveSeduction, exploitation, misidentified as personal
540Joy/EcstasyPoor judgment

 

  • The seeming obstacles along the path consist of two components:
    1. a seemingly attractive pay-off or pleasure, and
    2. fear of its presumptive alternative (i.e. lack if pleasure).

 

 

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The glamorized attracts the naive.

  • Fortunate is the seeker who has not been led away from the straight and narrow path by diversions and popularized attractions. People spend lifetimes searching for authentic teachings and become sidetracked by the seduction of attractive, glamorized aberrations from the truth. These turnout to be fictional or romanticized fantasies that attract the naive person's inner child. Spiritual fairy tales abound and impress the credulous for whom anything is labeled 'spiritual' is imbued with a magical glamour. To go through that stage is routine during initial, uncritical enthusiasm and exploration. Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, Clarifications, S. 93, 2007

 

  • The safeguards that protect one along the way from temptations that arise consist of forewarning plus humility, gratitude, and importantly, respect. One becomes grateful for the truth and its fruits and respectful of its origin. The integrous [LoC 200+] are also respectful [LoC 300+] of the possible pitfalls and temptations that may be encountered; therefore, this respect is reflected by alertness to such limitations. Humility is paradoxically a quality of respect. Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 141, 2007

 

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Spiritual dryness

  • There may be long, dry periods where seemingly nothing is progressing. That is a deception; a 'long, dry period' is what is happening as though it were a test of resolve. These periods can be traversed by transcending the spiritual ego's wish to seek gain via 'progress'. Frustration itself is therefore a sign of trying to control that which is not really controllable. Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 19 Practicum, S. 351-352, 2008

 


 

  • The first big trap for spiritual evolution is right and wrong, and the idea of fairness. This is kindergarten. In kindergarten, on the playground, they talk about "this is fair, that is fair." Sometimes I see something on television that is absolutely absurd. There is a woman whose three children have been killed in an automobile accident or a bus crash, and this woman appears on television and sobs, getting into all kinds of self-pity, and says, "It's not fair." Not fair! It is so absurd to say, under the circumstances, that it is "not fair". Interview with David R. Hawkins, Dialogues on Consciousness and Spirituality, transcript on Advanced States of Consciousness, spiral-bound, Veritas Publishing, Sedona, Arizona, 1. January 1998 Removed from Veritaspub' sale offer mid 2013

 

  • In highly advanced states, when you start to become a serious threat to those forces opposed to God, you can experience psychic attacks. They'll look for anything potentially vulnerable in you, some chakra out of balance, some positionality still held. Sedona Seminar Thought and Ideation, 3 DVD set, 28. February 2004

 

  • When you work with people with questionable energies, they will sense for your vulnerability, whichever chakra it is, whatever is involved with your karma. As Jesus taught, avoid these energies. Sedona Seminar Witnessing and Observing, 3 DVD set, 16. October 2004

 

  • The way out is to picture the worst possible scenario and surrender to that. You perpetuate what you resist. Sometimes it’s karmic blockages that need to be resolved, and when you do, it disappears. Sedona Seminar Transcending Barriers, 3 DVD set, 18. June 2005

 

  • Distraction is the biggest enemy to spiritual progress. People want to blame it to demons and etc. But really most people just get distracted. [Paraphrased.] Sedona Seminar Practical Spirituality, 3 DVD set, 25. October 2008

Zitate von anderen Quellen

Nehmt euch vor den falschen Propheten in acht, die in Schafskleidern zu euch kommen, inwendig aber sind sie raubgierige Wölfe. An ihren Früchten werdet ihr sie erkennen. Liest man vielleicht jemals Trauben von Dornsträuchern oder Feigen von Disteln? Ebenso bringt jeder gute Baum vortreffliche Frucht hervor, aber jeder faule Baum bringt wertlose Frucht hervor; ein guter Baum kann nicht wertlose Frucht tragen, noch kann ein fauler Baum vortreffliche Frucht hervorbringen. Jeder Baum, der nicht vortreffliche Frucht hervorbringt, wird umgehauen und ins Feuer geworfen. Ihr werdet also diese wirklich an ihren Früchten erkennen. Matthäus 7, 15-20 Bergpredigt (NT)

 

  • Je höher nämlich Ihr spiritueller Entwicklungsstand ist, desto stärker werden Sie von Versuchungen bedrängt; je weiter Ihre eigene Verfeinerung fortschreitet, desto raffinierter werden die Versuchungen. Das geht schier endlos so weiter. Genau das kommt zum Ausdruck in den Angriffen der Maras auf den Buddha. Dieser Punkt ist, was die eigene persönliche Erfahrung angeht, in gewisser Weise die höchste Entwicklungsstufe in der Welt der Hungrigen Geister. Deshalb müssen die Maras kommen, und deshalb sind die Versuchungen notwendig. Erst durch sie wird der Unterschied zwischen wach und verblendet wirklich klar. Chögyam Trungpa (1939-1987) umstrittener tibetischer buddhistischer Meditationsmeister, Meditationslehrer, Künstler, Gründer der Naropa University, Die Insel des Jetzt im Strom der Zeit, S. 156, Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1998

 

  • Wo du stolperst, da grabe nach dem Schatz. Pädagogenweisheit

Quotes by various other sources

  • Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Confucius [LoC 590] (551-479 BC) Chinese sage, social philosopher, sponsor of Confucianism, the Chinese state religion

 

  • It's clear what you like: having sex, wining and dining, and making yourself a career without having to make an effort. Running after what you like and running away from what you don't like is what is meant by 'wandering around in the impermanent world'. Even a rat begins to run if you give him an electric shock. Kodo Sawaki (1880-1965) influential Japanese Zen master of the 20th century

 

  • The desire of power in excess caused the angels to fall; the desire of knowledge in excess caused man to fall. Francis Bacon [LoC 485] (1561-1626) English philosopher, statesman, scientist, lawyer, jurist, pioneer of the scientific method, author

 

  • Glamour can always be found where there exists:
    1. Criticism, when careful analysis would show that no criticism is really warranted.
    2. Criticism, where there is no personal responsibility involved. By that I mean, where it is not the place or the duty of the man to criticize.
    3. Pride in achievement or satisfaction that one is a disciple.
    4. Any sense of superiority or separate tendency.
Many other clues to a right recognition of glamour might be given, but if all of you would pay close attention to the above four suggestions, you would release your lives most perceptibly from the influence of glamour and be of greater service consequently to your fellowmen. I have endeavored to give you here some practical assistance in this difficult battle between the pairs of opposites, which is the major cause of glamour. Alice A. Bailey [LoC 445] (1880-1949) British US American theosophist, metaphysician, author writing by inner intermediary dictate, Glamour. A World Problem [LoC 560] dictated by Djwal Khul, member of Great White Brotherhood [LoC 560+/-], S. 66, Lucis Publishing Company, June 1995

 

 

  • The universe will test you over and over and over again to make sure that you are committed. Until you are committed you'll always will be rudderless. Once you are committed – I am speaking of personal experience – the universe then falls on line with you and will support you.
    If you are committed to being a jerk […] the universe will support you.
    If you are committed to being whatever […] the universe will support you.
    If you are committed to do indeed what you say you want to do the universe will support you but it will also test you. It will throw thunderbolts up your butt and say, […] "You think you are really committed now?" And if you can finally stand up and say: "Yes, I absolutely am," you'll be supported. […] People will come and support you, you'll find all sorts of things to support you. Video presentation by Stan Dale (1929-2007) US American sex, love and intimacy expert, transactional analyst, founder of the Human Awareness Institute, 1968, radio broadcaster,  Love, Intimacy and Sexuality workshop leader, recipient of the Mahatma Gandhi peace medallion, author, Are you committed?, 1 minute duration, May 1993

 

  • Whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad with power. R. K. Narayan (1906-2001) Indian novel author, source unknown

 

  • Failure is an event, never a person. William D. Brown (1813-1868) US American city building pioneer, source unknown

 

  • Compassion automatically invites you to relate with people because you no longer regard people as a drain on your energy. Chogyam Trungpa (1939-1987) controversial Tibetan Buddhist meditation master, holder of both the Kagyu and Nyingma lineages, scholar, teacher, poet, artist, originator of a radical re-presentation of Shambhala vision, source unknown

Englische Texte – English section on Temptations

Four rounds of consciousness evolution


Four temptations of consciousness development

 

Money ♦ Eros ♦ Domination/Subjugation ♦ Death
Life / Survival ♦ Love ♦ Power ♦ Surrender

༺༻Firy Ring
Color
ThemeFocusStatusDescriptionPerspective
1.ME
WHITE
Life / Survival
Knowledge
Money

Recognizing
Status quo
Simple
Creation
Survival


SUB-
CONSCIOUS
SelfidentityEGOcentric level
Subjective selfimage – Ego/Self
2.YOU
RED
Love
Eros

Acknowledging
Movement
Increasing
Procreation

UNCONSCIOUS
Intersubjective Relationships
Intention, Comparing
(Setting and dissolving boundaries)
ETHNOcentric level
'Objective' perception of other/s
3.WE
BLACK
Power
Influence

Calling out
Loving radically tenderly freely
Transformation
Complex
Cocreation

CONSCIOUS
Shadow work
Art of Differentiating
Speaking the awful truth gracefully
Constructive criticism
WORLDcentric level
Manifold reactions from inside and outside, above and below, entwined integration
Subjective perception
of the community
4.IT
TRANS-
PARENT
Surrender
TABOO unlocked
Karma redeemed
Letting go
New Status quo
New design
New creation

DEEP CONSCIOUS
(Incorporated)
Rebuilding
Convictions, feelings, impulses
Be still, know I am God.
COSMOcentric level
Based on a broadened view of reality

 

Transformed people are capable to incorporate more self-awareness and love as a result of maturity.

Commitments and work

The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

Robert Frost (1874-1963) US American poet

Index: Fallen auf dem geistigen Weg / Temptations – Bücher von D. Hawkins

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Five national awards for best spiritual book of 2010

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