Terrorism

It seems we reserve this word for gross acts of violence, shootings, bombings, cyber attacks etc. by what we consider to be extremist groups. Clearly very obvious evil at play.

However, is there at play much more extreme and wide spread forms of terrorism every day, right before our eyes, that we have chosen to be blind participants of? Subtle they seem, but not so subtle once exposed and seen.

Institutionalised Religion comes to mind as one form of extreme and an almost universal form of terrorism, subtle as that ‘terrorism’ may be.

Religion in its current bastardised understanding in essence exists to separate humanity; designed to control and “support” only its membership. This subtle yet successful global divide is one point in question.Yes we are to support but the moment it is for one’s own kind, it is separation.

Should it not be a full support for all equally without having words or teachings that clearly divide? Of course true religion is about the re-alignment to the All that is love; and love has no borders or divide.

This was the original basis of teaching of all the major religions until they were bastardised for the gain of a select few, and the masses without discern and grasping at hope and with what they felt may supply them with the truth and brotherhood they know exists, gave their power away to.

Not all that institutionalised religions say represents the truth, true brotherhood, true love and the true joy that we all are in our essence. In fact, it can be said with a catalogue of historical evidence that they are devised to separate humanity, except in my experience “The Way of The Livingness” via our inner heart.

By Kevin Doyle

Further Reading:
The Way It Is – A Treatise on Energetic Truth
The Way of The Livingness is a Religion
True Reflection, The Way of The Livingness & The 5 Elements of God
From Christian Belief and a Good Christian to Finding True Religion

787 thoughts on “Terrorism

  1. So much of what we call a living way does not reconnect us to our essences and hence falls short of a True Livingness and is thus like a terrorist in our own bodies that keeps us occupied from The Livingness and a Way to evolve.

  2. Not all institutionalised religions represent love, brotherhood and oneness – but all institutionalised religions come from man, the separation and divide comes from the people preaching and getting stuck in their beliefs – not the teachings from God.

      1. It could, or it could also be that the teachings in those “sacred books” hold no value, no depth & it is easy to interpret them however one pleases.

  3. This is a really bold but true observation about institutionalised religion and the terrorism it evokes – with the religions that I know preaching a ‘love’ that is conditional. Terrorism is born of division. Sport is touted as positive and cohesive but it always has opponents. We can look at all that feeds terrorism and I know I have to look at any judgements I make about others, any moments I think of anyone as less, including myself. The ‘war on terror’ feeds into what fuels terrorism when really it could be about us all coming together and setting standards about how we treat one another with consequences for those acting outside of these standards, but never holding them as less.

  4. I can see your point. I feel that with anything in the world that is extreme, before that could even happen there had to be a movement, albeit subtle, away from truth, love and harmony, and then from there a continual momentum of movements until we get to the extreme (in this case terrorism). So therefore in order to prevent this, is it not simple? Which is to reconnect to our inner heart and inner most, where it is also known that no person is ‘higher’ than another. We are all in fact equal.

  5. “Not all that institutionalised religions say represents the truth, true brotherhood, true love and the true joy that we all are in our essence.” You can tell the truth of a persons word by looking at and feeling the quality of the body speaking it. The Way of The Livingness has shown me this very clearly.

  6. It is terrorism to tell children – or adults – that unless they behave in the way you tell them that they will go to hell.

  7. To live separated from our soul can be categorised under terroristic acts, as it is a violent disturbance or separation in the human being that otherwise would be naturally there.

  8. It are not only the extreme violent acts that come into the news that needs to be called acts of terrorism. Terrorism, for instance, is for instance when we feel ourselves more or better than another and wield that arrogance to bring separation in the natural connection we do have with anybody in this world.

  9. Not only does institutionalised religion segregate us from each other, but worse still is the lie that it directs in the deliberate dissociation of God from our innate and divine being-ness, as in-truth we are at one with God forever and always, as Sons of God we are His light here on earth.

  10. True religion only ever connects us to the divine love that lives within each and every person, and by this love all are held as equal, a far cry from what religions today represent, which is separation not only from each other but separation from our own divine love within.

  11. Looking back over history it is so clear that some forms of religion have mis-used their power to terrorise people. For example; starting a war in the name of God, telling people they won’t go to heaven if they don’t hand over some money to the church or that if they do not repent they will go to Hell. Reading that list of only a few of the ways, it is obvious that, in truth, what is being represented is in no way religion, but simply a way of controlling the masses, because in true religion every person on this planet is equal to another and there is no God making threats, simply holding every single person in the love that they naturally are.

  12. Institutionalised religions have well and proper bastardised truth that we all innately know by introducing ownership and control through bullying as a means to arrive at Oneness.

  13. “true religion is about the re-alignment to the All that is love; and love has no borders or divide.
    This was the original basis of teaching of all the major religions until they were bastardised for the gain of a select few….” So true Kevin. The more I hear about institutionalised religion the more aware I am as to how the people have been fooled. I explored a few religions for myself as I knew there was more to life than the temporal, but didn’t stay with any one of them. Not until I came to Universal Medicine and learned about The Way of the Livingness did I realise I had come home and this was what I had been searching for – true love, equality, brotherhood and truth – to name a few of its principles .

  14. Terrorism is the correct word being used here as institutionalised religion has for a long time practiced it, whether that was through the widespread abuse of children, the subjugation of woman, etc

  15. Spot on Kevin, this line perfectly sums up The Way of the Livingness ‘true religion is about the re-alignment to the All that is love; and love has no borders or divide.’

  16. “…. true religion is about the re-alignment to the All that is love; and love has no borders or divide. This was the original basis of teaching of all the major religions until they were bastardised for the gain of a select few….” Thus a religion that incites terror and violence cannot ever be called a true religion. As you clearly state – “Should it ( true religion) not be a full support for all equally without having words or teachings that clearly divide? “

  17. Terrorising is creating terror. You cannot create terror in a body that confirms itself constantly. To create terror you have to make sure that someone is totally out of his/her body and feed that constantly. Once you understand this and get clear what institutionalized religions do in your body, you can see that they are not it. Nothing in them confirms you being in your body. They reign upon your life based on a fear they create and they offer to help you manage. This is what makes The Way of The Livingness to be a totally different experience. It is about confirming you deeply in your body.

    1. “You cannot create terror in a body that confirms itself constantly. ” I love this Eduardo – so true. Discerning energy is so important, then we cannot be hoodwinked.

  18. Pondering on Love today a few questions arose, so let’s go there? What you have shared Kevin fits simply into what I was feeling, as words can never convey what will bring us a complete understanding of Love. Simply as soon as we feel that we have a grasp on Love it deepens within us, so the goal posts are continually moving and we have to realign to a deeper level of Love. So that which we already have as our standard for Love, is that ever going to be enough Love? Then we also have so much in the way of deeply understanding how Love and it’s true wisdom works.

  19. The way of the Livingness offers us a true religion that is not separative or elite and requires only a true connection to one’s inner heart and from there we have true religion as we re-align to our soul and God.

  20. A religion that incites an act of violence or the massacre of people cannot be a religion, there is nothing divine about an act of hate or violence and to associate it with the sacredness of religion is a complete bastardisation of what religion truly is.

  21. I suppose the question then needs to be asked of, in what ways are we willing to live with terrorism, obviously its most obvious ways are abhorrent. But what about how subtle it can be and what about the organisations who, in their subtlety, actually supply the breeding ground for a kind of interpersonal terrorism that exists between people because if something promotes judgement and social isolation then isn’t this a subtler form of the terror that later becomes the gross acts against humanity which we all then look at and watch with horror? Perhaps the horror is coming in too late? What if we started with horror right from the first point of or act of judgemental words spoken? What if this was so abhorrent that from there all life had to stop and change in order to start again?

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