Samstag, 15. August 2009
SPIRITISM: Studies and Researches on Man
Psycho-Physical Equilibrium and Will
Dr. Vasconcelos Perez
Brunhilde Miriam Bertotto
Nature is versatile, fertile of new adaptations and new capacities which surely are generous to man, but it’s up to man himself to respect the requirements and objectives.
In the family, the simplest and most natural social core of humanity, the bases of environmental equilibrium regarding all possible aspects and, above all, the structures of the interior world and the energies that determine life, can be established.
A balanced and tranquil family whose components are approachable for the other and open to dialogues, is the essence of society, the irremovable premise to form the personality of free individuals, who nonetheless are able to show a correct behavior, adapted to the necessities of the most ample context of society in which each one is integrated.
Utopia, you say! Maybe, but if you look back to the course of the centuries you will only realize a continuous and constant recurring of this utopian tendency.
The improvement of human behavior is the only access-key to respecting and applying correctly the laws nature has predetermined.
This improvement has its beginnings in the family, in the necessity and the conscious habit of expressing thoughts, talking, letting emerge ideas and feelings; these are expressions of a spiritual personality which has affinities with those of all the others, but isn’t fully identical to the personality of anybody.
This habit, if it has been implanted since childhood, helps man to make a tool out of his mind, a mind of which he can disidentify himself to use it as he wants, to control it, and to detach himself from it.
If man learns to direct his mental activities by following a rock-steady course, “ thinking” assumes the meaning of reflecting and exploring profoundly an argument, to verify all possible implications and the worthiness of this argument, and it also means to allow the emerging of that potentiality and those attributes of the same spirit itself , which we strain so much to suppress and hide, as life goes on.
Spontaneity and exchange of ideas and opinions are man’s nature; however, educational conditioning and instinctive defense behaviors often drive him into narrow-mindedness and isolation, to a superficial, standardized and pre-established way of communication.