Two types of leadership

Where there is fear, leadership is needed. There is inner and outer leadership. External leadership creates a group of leaders who can forget and suppress their fear within the group. The larger the group, the further away are the boundaries behind which fear lurks. The larger the group, the easier it is to forget fear within it. Nevertheless, deep in their ego, everyone knows that fear lurks behind the borders. From this follows the efforts to control and destroy that which is outside the group. By destruction or by incorporation, it remains the same. External guidance thus separates the fear. To the extent that man no longer has to confront it and simply does not think about it. It is the whistling in the woods. The larger the group, the louder it can be whistled. With external guidance, the consciousness is therefore still deeply caught in the ego, only the fear is now hidden and expresses itself on the surface again and again in the anger and hatred towards the outside of the guided group.

Inner guidance reduces the ego and lets the consciousness glide over into soul knowledge. The knowledge of oneness becomes apparent and there is no longer a boundary behind which something separate could be. The knowledge of security becomes visible and the fear – the ego – dissolves…

Pain must never be allowed to guide us. Our actions grow out of the fearless knowledge of our security in the meaning, of our soulfulness and of the eternal unity of everything. We always act in love for everything and everyone. There is no inner separation. Pain alone must never guide us.

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