In an interview with FoxNews anchor John Scott, Kaitlyn Fonzi who is a neighbor of mass murderer James Holmes explained how she went to his apartment -- and though there was no answer to her knocking, and when she twisted the door knob, it appeared to be open, which would have enabled her to complain about the disturbing techno-music that had been turned up to full blast -- but fortunately for her, a voice told her not to open the door. And even more fortunately, she listened to the voice which warned her of the impending danger of a booby-trapped door which would have ignited an explosion that would have instantly killed her. And virtually all of the news accounts which made reference to this interview all played down and even ignored the words of Kaitlyn that she heard a voice which told her not to open the door. Of all the news casts that I heard, only the Fox & Friends newscast flashed a screen, Saved By Intuition -- and only Alisyn Camerota (a woman) even mentioned the importance of Kaitlyn's intuitively sensed voice of warning not to open the door. Which means that we can chalk this up to another life saved, by an intuitively heard voice of warning that the pseudo-intellectuals and authorities in our culture attempt to dismiss as irrelevant in the life of men and women.
Einstein, who much more than most intellectuals was highly aware of the source of his insights and achievements, openly stated: "The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift" (see Intuitive Mind vs Linear-Rational). And if I was to say that the whole substance of our existence and level of cognitive achievement is solely dependent upon the development of the very intuitive spheres of mind that the pseudo-intellectual and authoritative archons of our superficial plastic culture do everything in their power to suppress -- and that Einstein was correct in his assertion that we overwhelmingly promote the linear-servant, while suppressing and even disavowing the intuitive gift that is the key of our advancement beyond an intellectually and spiritually flat-lined society -- then I would continue to be ignored and rejected. What was the source of the voice that Kaitlyn Fonzi heard that saved her life? And what exactly is the nature and reality of intuition? Because our alleged experts and scholars can't even begin to answer these questions, they have intellectually castrated themselves and rendered them pseudo-intellectuals. And yet, it is these same pseudo-intellectuals who mold the thinking of our children throughout our educational systems right up to our colleges and universities (see Harvard - The Quagmire Of Ignorance). It is interesting to note that while Harvard was originally intended to be an educational environment that develops the clergy, in all practical applications of this development, they have perpetually suppressed the intuitive spheres of mind that must be developed in order to achieve the original Christian objectives -- i.e., quoting from The Heightening And Expansion Of Mind: An important insight into the very essence, purpose and higher spiritual objectives of the original teachings of TheWay is contained in an article in the Encyclopedia Britannica under the heading, The History of Christian Mysticism, where it reads: “Although the essence of mysticism is the sense of contact with the transcendent, mysticism in the history of Christianity should not be understood merely in terms of special ecstatic experiences but as part of a religious process lived out within the context of the Christian community. From this perspective mysticism played a vital part in the early church. Early Christianity was a religion of the spirit that expressed itself in the heightening and enlargement of human consciousness”. What is expressed in these words is of the utmost importance. Why? Because the original teachings of Jesus was not the blind faith and belief in a prophet or god-man -- but rather, the means to transform all Christian disciples of TheWay into prophets and mystics as demonstrated in the words: "...From this perspective mysticism played a vital part in the early church. Early Christianity was a religion of the spirit that expressed itself in the heightening and enlargement of human consciousness”. But, we must then pose the question: Just what is a "...religion of the spirit"? Like an astronaut who travels beyond the limits of the earth's atmosphere into outer space, a spiritual religion prepares the seeker/disciple to transcend the barrier of this physical world, and enter into what the biblical authors portrayed as the Kingdom of God which Jesus taught was within us. But to accomplish this spiritual transcendence, you had to first prepare the physical body to make it an environment that would permit "...the heightening and enlargement of human consciousness” to be brought about -- and this requires a great amount of effort and preparation.
When it is realized that mysticism is the development of those spheres of mind that permit the individual to transcend organic physical limitations and begin to intuitively access the Divine Source of Knowledge that possesses the answer to all of man's questions and his many dilemma's of life, then the whole foundation of man's modern-day philosophy and religious ideas must be seen as a cruel hoax that enslaves him in a self-imposed intellectual Diaspora where absolute ignorance reigns. And as just one such example: When this factual reality of mind-development was pointed out to a North Carolina Superior Court on appeal from the lower District Court, they predicatively dismissed and refused to even hear the matter set before them, without even rendering a decision (see The Cross And The Seat Belt).
To what degree was the early Church concerned with the development of the intuitive spheres of mind? The Apostle Peter who is quoted by his disciple Clement explains that the grave flaw in man's attempt to understand both the scriptures, and all of life itself, is seen in his attempt to rely solely upon linear human reasoning where he states: "...therefore great care is to be taken, that when the law of God is read, it be not read according to the understanding of our own mind. For there are many sayings in the divine Scriptures which can be drawn to that sense which every one has preconceived for himself; and this ought not to be done. For you ought not to seek a foreign and extraneous sense, which you have brought from without" (see Flawed Human Reasoning). In making reference to The True Prophet who Jesus portrayed as the One Teacher, Peter warns that: "Hence, O beloved Clement, if you would know the things pertaining to God, you have to learn them from Him alone, because He alone knows the truth. For if any one else knows anything, he has received it from Him or from His disciples”. If we ask the question: What is being said to the believer who desires to be faithful to the Gospel Teachings? In the same way that the believer is commanded to seek out the One Teacher, and the commandment that "...when the law of God (scriptures) is read, it be not read according to the understanding of our own mind" -- it is being stated that there is only One Source of Truth -- and that the wisdom of man will misguide the seeker. By design, human reasoning is incapable of understanding the true meaning of the scriptures -- i.e., "...therefore great care is to be taken, that when the law of God is read, it be not read according to the understanding of our own mind." And neither should you listen to other men's gravely flawed interpretations of the scriptures -- i.e., "...For you ought not to seek a foreign and extraneous sense, which you have brought from without". Jesus taught that there is only ONE Source of Truth, and the disciple/seeker must learn directly from that One Teacher (see The True Prophet). And thus, these words which are representative of the core Gospel teachings, remain inconceivable to the modern faith-based believer who is divided and disenfranchised from the very essence and objectives of the Gospel teachings -- overwhelmed and anchored to a carnal mindset that Jesus himself portrayed as the"outer darkness" of mind and being (see Outer Darkness) -- spiritually disenfranchised by innumerable man-made opinions, factions and sects which totally alienate the believer from the Truth and the Kingdom.
Thus, the ability of each individual believer to gain access to the Presence of the True Prophet that dwells within them -- to transcend physical limitations and tap into this Inner Source of All-Knowing Wisdom -- is directly dependent upon the development of the believers intuitive spheres of mind that fulfills the original spiritual objectives of the teachings of Jesus -- i.e., "...Early Christianity was a religion of the spirit that expressed itself in the heightening and enlargement of human consciousness”. And without the development of man's intuitive spheres of mind, the linear-intellectual becomes totally flat-lined and spiritually castrated -- as is the case in both our Churches and educational institutions today.
Even when a woman such as Kaitlyn Fonzi who has absolutely no ideological, political, secular or sectarian ax to grind, attributes the force that saves her life to her hearing a voice from deep within her mind warning her not to open the door and ask the occupant to simply lower the music, her witness to the existence of this voice from the other side of the inner physical divide is predicatively ignored. Why? Because the male-oriented linear spheres of mind have been perpetually striving to dominate and even suppress the feminine-orientated intuitive spheres of mind throughout every aspect of our modern pseudo-intellectual culture. In a recently published book entitled Thought Revolution: How To Unlock Your Inner Genius by William A. Donius it is strongly suggested that the male-oriented linear-rational even lies and deceives the feminine-intuitive in order to dominate the intuitive (see The Opening And Unlocking Of The Mind. And from a practical perspective, that would be synonymous with saying that men tend to lie to women in order to dominate and control them for their own purposes. In the book Brain Sex by Anne Moir and David Jessel the authors write: "What you will read in this book about the differences between men and women may make both sexes angry or smug. Both reactions are wrong. If women have reason to rage, it is not because science has set at naught their hard-won struggle towards equality; their wrath should rather be directed at those who have sought to misdirect and deny them their very essence". The book then goes on to embrace the very real statement that "Women should contribute their specific female gifts rather than waste their energies in the pursuit of a sort of surrogate masculinity. A woman’s greater imagination can solve intractable problems - be they professional or domestic - at one apparently intuitive stroke." But the fact that every aspect of the development of the intuitive spheres of mind is suppressed by our linear-driven culture, has had the effect of inhibiting man's intellectual development beyond only a very low level of cognitive human potential.
In more ancient cultures young girls were never taught in the manner of young boys -- they never studied Torah, or learned in any other linear-based systems -- because their feminine strength is her greater intuitive insight that she must often be a resource for her husband and male counterpart. Without the intuitive, the linear is dead and flat-lined. The linear needs the insight of the intuitive, as does the intuitive need the insight and impressions of the linear -- and if you remove or attempt to suppress either side of the equation, you inhibit the growth and development of the other at that point in its evolution.
The question is often posed as to Why Bad Things Happen To Seemingly Good People? While the answer to this and other such questions is of paramount importance in the development of the mind and understanding of all peoples, because of their predisposed thinking, beliefs and philosophical ideas, few people are even prepared to contemplate the answer to such questions. Thus, in the same way that the Apostle Peter warned that the scriptures cannot be "...read according to the understanding of our own mind [and linear thinking]. For there are many sayings in the divine Scriptures which can be drawn to that sense which every one has preconceived for himself; and this ought not to be done. For you ought not to seek a foreign and extraneous sense, which you have brought from without" (see Flawed Human Reasoning) -- the same is true with respect to all of life -- and the linear reasoning without the balanced and equal input from the intuitive opposite, will always anchor the mind to the gravest of intellectual folly that always drives the thinking of man in the wrong direction.