Had a meeting today with an interesting person. We talked business, life and philosophy. He presented an angle to “Fuck it” that changed my view on letting go – a view that is more direct, active and productive. Play is more positive. While “Fuck it” has great merit, Play is easier to adopt.
You can tell a person to “let go” of the negative emotions he creates. He can perhaps do that. Or perhaps he will struggle to figure out how. You can guide him, coach him, train him to just “give a fuck” and “chillax”. But it may take a while with some serious guidance.
Telling him to play more in life is easier to grasp, easier to do. Play is doing fun stuff that is unserious and not demand results or consequences. Ask the person what “play” is to him. Then encourage him to do more of that in his life. Voilá.
The world is going down a “dwindling spiral”. Society is corrupt, immoral and irrational. Psychiatry is on its relentless quest to destroy civilization by drugging every adult and child to obedient zombies. Mankind needs to be saved, and the only hope is Scientology. The whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here and now with and in Scientology. This is a deadly serious activity. And if we miss getting out of the trap now, we may never again have another chance. Remember, this is our first chance to do so in all the endless trillions of years of the past.
This is the true Scientology attitude. And with this attitude, no wonder life gets serious, grim and tense. And no wonder there is so much drama among scientologists. Everything gets serious. To Kirsty Alley. To scientologists in the church as they disconnect from any and all that might, potentially criticize their strongly held beliefs and cognitive dissona.nce. It is deadly serious to scientologists who carry the torch outside the church.
I have experienced being in the crossfire of some silly drama on scientology-related forums and mailing lists. And recently in e-mail exchanges back-stage. The irony is that people armed with supposedly the best tools known to Man for handling social relations manage to entangle themselves in more drama than you can shake a stick at.
Scientologists need a new course – a requirement for practicing Scientology. The title of that course would be “Chillax – handling drama by not giving a flying shit”.
Or learn to practice hugology.
Trying my best, and increasingly better, to live in the here and now with no shame, blame or regret. Working hard to do only fun things and learning to like and then to love those things I have a hard time enjoying. Hunting and shooting down my preconceived ideas and lazy classifications – especially regarding others. Eradicating expectations and planning less every day. Letting go of the past and leaving tomorrow to come, but doing what I can to improve now and what comes. But above all enjoying the moment. Chillaxing.