What about people who find themselves victims of random acts of violence?
Everyone encounters only oneself
Q. What about people who find themselves victims of random acts of violence? That are caught in an accident over which they have no control?
Elio. Everyone encounters only oneself. The others, the world, the experiences, the facts, the phenomena, are only the deferments.
The more you are separated from yourself, the more the space you leave vacant must be filled with others, with events, with experiences, nice or nasty as they may be.
You have to learn to go back to yourself, to the cause
You carry a grimace inside you at all times, a tight pain, a pain that you have no clue it is even there. Have a good look at it. It is death.
Remember! Accidents are never accidental,
but the impeccable planning of an unconscious will.
You have to learn to recognize and cure this wound, this inner death; if it remains unchecked it will continue to attract illnesses, conflicts, and accidents in your life. As soon as you feel that pain, that anguish – you should exclaim, “Hey you! What are you doing here? I am the head of the household. Nobody gets an atom in here without my permission!”
The others are your illusory conviction that something exists outside yourself that can take care of you, divert you, enthuse you or hurt you. The need for others means the need for this illusion, the need for something that doesn’t exist.
But the others are a trap that you have created. This illusion will always make you poorer, fragment you into a thousand pieces and completely disintegrate you — it will make you get older, will sicken you and ultimately kill you. Only the awareness that the others are your mirror, the manifestation of what you are, makes you belong to a higher level of intelligence.
Remember! Accidents are never accidental, but the impeccable planning of an unconscious will.