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Because in our culture we overvalue the intellect, we imagine that to become enlightened demands extraordinary intelligence. In fact, many kinds of cleverness are just further obscurations. There is a Tibetan saying: “If you are too clever, you could miss the point entirely.”
Patrul Rinpoche said: “The logical mind seems interesting, but it is the seed of delusion.” People can become obsessed with their own theories and miss the point of everything. In Tibet we say: “Theories are like patches on a coat, one day they just wear off.”
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The general public has no idea what is really going on in the world around them. They don’t know about sodium fluoride in the municipal water supplies. They don’t know about estrogen mimickers in the plastic containers. They don’t know about geo engineering projects in which heavy metals are sprayed all over the skies. They don’t know about vaccines which contain mercury. They don’t know about flicker rates on television screens which are designed to alter brain waves into lower states of consciousness. They don’t know about how fiat currency is printed by the Federal Reserve. They don’t know about the depleted uranium used by the military. They don’t know about the radiation contamination from leaking power plants. They don’t know about the collusion of rigged economic markets. They don’t know about who runs the opium out of Afghanistan and the cocaine out of Central America and the marijuana out of Mexico. They don’t know about the United Nations’ Agenda 21 program. They don’t know about the quotas CPS agents have. They don’t know about the Sovietization of the public education system which was implemented decades ago. They don’t know about the genetically modified organisms that are in the processed foods. They don’t know about detoxification and the body’s ability to heal itself from nearly any condition. They don’t know squat.

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