We have free choice for the first time in history
Question from the Internet:
“What significant event, if it had never happened, would make humanity live differently today?”
While such “what if” questions are interesting and entertaining, in truth until now we had absolutely no free choice in what happened in history and there is nothing that could have happened any differently.
We usually think certain people, events turned history as they did, but if it was not for those specific names, specific scenes in this “movie” of human history, then other, almost identical personalities, events would have propelled human history exactly to where we are standing today.
Until this point, there was no free choice introduced to the “system” as we have all been blindly following our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, subjective and exploitative egos that have been growing, intensifying from generation to generation. This is why “prophets” unique, sensitive people have no problem telling the future, since as long as we all act blindly, instinctively it is not difficult to foresee what will happen.
But today we have a free choice. There are already a growing number of people who recognize the destructive, cancer-like human ego — in all of us — as the root cause of everything that happened and still happens to us. And as a result of this recognition — with the help of an openly available method — now we have the chance to consciously, willingly change, upgrade ourselves, to adapt ourselves to Nature’s laws of inevitable mutual integration.
Only from the moment of free choice about changing ourselves purposefully, methodically can we speak about chances, “what if” scenarios. Only from now on can we speak about any kind of “reward and punishment. If we take up the chance given to us by evolution and start proactively adapting ourselves to Nature’s integral system, we gain so far unimaginable rewards.
If we refuse this chance to consciously change ourselves and we choose to remain in the “Matrix of the Ego”, we punish ourselves tremendously until the intolerable suffering will “change our mind”.