I will write it out in the nearest future. It is a fascinating thing, because it
explains how our deepest fears are brought into our reality through the close
work of both the ego and the intellect.
Even though it is painful in many ways, this process is very important, because
it clearly shows our deepest fears. These are the fears we are hiding from
ourselves through different strategies. The majority of these strategies have
to do with creating ideals about ourselves that hide these fears.
At the fundamental level these fears are really beliefs, which are a form of
concept. Concept is what destroys our lives, because they cloud our ability
to see and observe reality as it is. Concept is a picture of what the world
should be like or what we should be like. Instead of observing what is clearly
happening in reality, we impose these concepts on ouselves and see these
concepts. Obviously this leads to serious problems, because it is very similar
to being blind, and walking toward a cliff.
This is why people keep falling over cliffs on a regular basis. They're blinded
by concepts, and as they're walking toward the edge of the cliff, they think
they see a never-ending path, but in reality this is only a concept, a picture
of what they think should be there.
Making a distinction between concept and current reality is a skill that takes
years to master. While it is very simple, it takes massive discipline, which is
exactly why the majority of people shy away from it.
Creating concepts is simply much, much easier