Why do people get so bent out of shape about the “savior paradigm”? It’s like the latest new age joke…on no dood—he’s bringing the “savior paradigm”….breaking the prime directive even.
Look, please don’t start telling me you (and I) can only save yourself…I get it.
But IF we believe in a cabal (which is either the creation of an anti-human force or that self-destructive “human nature” so many believe in)…why do so many get so emotionally attached to the fear of the “savior paradigm” (a non-human force aiding humanity)?
I personally think that if it is that a non-human force brought about the misery of the reality we find ourselves, it would be great to receive help from a different outside force…even at the risk of potential enslavement by said force—I mean, we can cross that bridge when it happens…but it seems we need some help EMANCIPATING OURSELVES FROM MENTAL SLAVERY.
This goes DOUBLE if the mental slavery is self-imposed human nature…if we have managed to create this trap for ourselves, why not let outside nudge us in the right direction?
I understand PINING for ET to save us self-destructive behavior, I’m not advocating that. What I am wondering about is why there seems to be such strong emotional reactions to the very idea something other than us might help us?