http://inergetixforum.com/wp-content/uploads/arrogance-150x150.jpg 150w, http://inergetixforum.com/wp-content/uploads/arrogance-297x300.jpg 297w" sizes="(max-width: 400px) 100vw, 400px" />An issue for many radionic practitioners is not their level of development, but the fact that they are striving to develop. One of the keys to growth is recognizing that there is always room for improvement.
In any field, whether it’s sports, the arts, one’s profession, or spiritual growth there are always going to be some people that are farther along in their development than others. We live in a society where “trash-talking” pop stars and egomaniacal power gurus are idolized. Inevitably, there will be people that feel the need to tell you how much better they are than you. In the area of radionic development, I call this “Radionic arrogance”, and BE AWARE that it can be encountered at the level of radionic involvement: from instrument conception as well as amongst radionic practitioners
As a radionic practitioner you should understand that such kind of behaviour inhibits your own development. When you already know everything, there’s no room for additional wisdom. This should be self-evident, but additionally just giving the appearance of knowing everything can deter people from sharing their knowledge with you. Who wants to be told, “I already know that?” This shuts off sources of new knowledge. Remember, a wise man can learn more from a fool than a fool from a wise man, and God speaks through everyone….Further more, it wastes energy.
Rather than the self-assurance born of knowing his own strengths and limitations, arrogance admits no limits. A subspecies of arrogance, which I called radionic arrogance, takes various forms. In the first, the “victim” (read: the radionic practitioner) concludes that he has made progress in his radionic work or conception, perhaps due to having a few deep experiences. Or he prides himself for being part of the in-crowd, or for being the teacher.
Whatever the reason, the radionic arrogant mistakenly determines that he or she is special and then vaunts that assumed eminence over his clients or other people. This may be explicit in his outward behavior or implicit in his inward self-image. When a radionic teacher contracts a case of radionic arrogance, this typically leads to abuses of his unfortunate students and clients.
All forms of radionic arrogance lie well beyond the pale and objective of true radionic “technology”, because arrogance attempts to fill our inner emptiness with ego rather than allowing that emptiness to blossom into humility.
As radionic practitioners we have an important responsibility. Therefore it is absolutely important that we are aware of the hints that we receive from how our behavior affects those around us. Gradually, we learn to allow ourselves, in our own estimation, to be at the same level of importance as others: not higher, despite our gifts, and not lower, despite our defects — just ordinary. This is the antidote to arrogance and its second greatest fear: to be an ordinary person.
In our opinion, CoRe is a system that is free of all radionic arrogance…it doesn’t use false arguments as many other instruments do. This issue is very well reflected in the behaviour of the CoRe users, such as the nice and kind participants at our radionic course we had last week in Marlborough….
Willy De Maeyer