Dogma. A little druidic book


Dogma. A little druidic book which he uses to write down his secrets. A little druidic book which he uses to write down his secrets. What is the druidizing dogma if it does not involve any obligation? To understand it, we must integrate the fact that we do not judge anyone, but we study ideas. In fact there is only one obligation, that of respecting the food and the body which has been given to us. We are forbidden to practice circumcision for example. Druidism is a natural spirituality which gives its rightful place to man in the midst of living natural elements. Monotheism separated man from nature. Atheism led them to forget each other. Druidism must reconcile them in their common landscapes. The druid observes divine things all his life, he notes what he sees and understands, prepares to speak on the divinity of the world around him. Three bases of behavior: "HONOR THE WORLD, BE FIRM AND RESPECT OTHERS" Five foundations appear in the main: "Desire, happiness, freedom, justice, respect". Sharing with the world does not mean subjugating it, the one who, even extremely wealthy, thinks that everything belongs to him, has nothing in himself. Dogmatics is not easily accepted by the libertarian, Druidism compromises in the matter and if philosophy offers it a solid basis for reflection, it is the vital, human aspect that defines its stature. "Give everything to your children in the visible world and everything to your ancestors in the land of the spirit" Giving to reflect with closed eyes on the necessities of the physical and visible world only leads to one thing: religion. If this is a bias of understanding which makes it possible to elevate those who do not have direct access to knowledge, religion turns out to be a way of existing, which in its precepts, can offer a deprivation of freedom of thought. and to exist. This is why, even if we need a dogma, it must never be completely in possession of the natural environment in which it develops, it is necessary for it, it is a tool which in my opinion must denounce the hegemonism of the human character. How to propose a dogma which respects the entire living domain when the humanity of those who advocate it pushes them to this naturally destructive hegemonism? This is a thorny question, this unity of the divine side of lived spirituality not being of a physical order and yet desiring to order the physical world of all that is living. "Life is not just about the world of thought". Dogmatics must lead without firmness, offer ways but not order. The nature of the vital principle itself provides the rest of the evolutionary activity. This is the definition of a prolix path respectful of existence and religious freedom where not everyone. "Dogma is unacceptable when it becomes liberticidal". The philosopher having himself very often rejected religion by excess of authoritarianism, the whole guided by a primary elitism and say it too, because of a misplaced pride, it is human and it was half a pity. There is only one way to compromise after these considerations, it is in this that the philosophy is embodied which belongs in full to Druidism since antiquity. A state, a way of being, which is situated between the human and the divine. Perhaps above that even, because this philosophy does not merge with the temporal aspect of the evolution which manages the living? In Gallic language, it is the "ANAUOS", the correctness. The dream and the reality. The five points of dogma normally derive from the perception of what surrounds us, and therefore from what we have learned to discern. It consists of five cliffs that support the sacred sky: 1-Nemax: the celebration. 2-Ogma: teaching. 3-Teuta: The community. 4-Tara: dignity. 5-Donna: memory. These are the five spikes of the Druid urchin, I'm pretty sure. And it belongs to Bélénos (100%), the god of life. There is a sixth cliff, free, moving like a wave that abounds the others: Liga: the mud of creativity. * The mind, when it is badly sculpted, formatted, becomes something inhuman. And the one who has been forced to learn without having a personal choice finds himself outside all natural attitude. This can cause real problems. It is in a commonly learned order of thought that many catastrophes are caused all over the planet, an ordination that could also save it if it were more successful. The question is therefore first that of education, of the proper learning of the ins and outs, it is vital. For example, we don't need expensive and polluting items to be happy, we need the effectiveness of useful items. Of course there is the dream, and who doesn't need to dream? I accuse the destroyers of biodiversity of using this needin to dream anarchically implemented. The arts should have been forbidden to the methods of sale and reserved for the needs of human spirituality, it would have changed the fate of humanity. What I mean by that is that the discernment between dream and reality should have been the primary axis of mass education. Several of you will retort to me that precisely religion should have been used for that. Precisely yes, but religious are human, religion is imperfect because human, it does not see very far, does not necessarily care about the rest of earthly life, itself a victim of its abuses. It is only Druidism that completely encompasses respect for all forms of life in its precepts without lying. If the human spirit has developed imperfectly, it is because of an incomplete education. It therefore remains to give him, give him back (yes yes, give back), the words, an understanding that would allow him to perfect himself and why not to save himself at the same time as the world around him. That is the work of mythology that can allow it. Declaring realistic, lasting ideals through dreams. On the role of religion. Religion has a role in the Druidic milieu which is a little different from that which one could find elsewhere, 2,500 years ago it was secondary, secondary but useful. In the other religious associations, all the dogma is carried out by the religious. In Druidism, religion is one of the parts of dogma. Religion is used in particular to transcribe, preserve and propagate acquired knowledge. She clearly represents the memory of the philosopher's cult, she is the guardian of traditions, this is the power of the noble bull, the deified part of the evolutionary cycle of spirituality, accepting the inexplicable without seeking to know. Religion preserves memory and that is what the philosophical calendar is for. These ways of worship emanate and are created by another large part of the Druidic glade, that of the artists, the creators, that of Lugus and of the visible world. Creativity and memory are embodied in two almost completely antagonistic twins who wage war against each other in the minds of humans. Shared that we are all by creating things that erase a part of the timeless memory, the one that gave us a foundation that we could not do without. Thus the mind invents, transforms the memory which defends itself as best it can, Lug invents too insuperably for Donn who keeps the best while rejecting the rest. A fraternal fight which must make stability in the evolutionary, two dragons which fight and which cannot do without one of the other however. It is the law of time. Today the Druids are according to their religious tastes or historians of the sacred. Their differences are appreciated and in all ways, it is mutual respect that binds them. I think that this role of religion in Druidism is not the main one and it is very good that way. The religious is spiritual memory, memory does not evolve and does not allow the renewal necessary for the perenniality of worship on its own, it needs artists, people who are totally free-spirited, even if some annoy us, creativity is sacred among the Druids. All the serious mistakes that have taken place in the past have happened because of this, because of too much firmness preserving the spiritual, memorial memory. This is why the cult needs creators, in order to "move", to be able to be a living cult. This ancient concept recognized among the Druids and the Greeks only could have been easily imposed if certain religious had not imposed their hegemonic power by means of arms. Believers believe for the most part, have always believed, because they are victims above all, the dark priesthoods of the past have taken advantage of it. This is why we must never give full powers to religious, if only to protect them from themselves, we must also maintain their waters, this is one of the greatest Druidic precepts: "He who believes must do so by opening his eyes to the world, not by closing himself in on himself" Freedom. Freedom is above all a feeling, that of creating your own path. Yet this feeling is something between illusion and goodwill. Physically we are subject to our needs and our environment, not exactly what we define as complete and idealistic freedom. In fact, only the freedom to think causes a whole sensation in us. The physical freedom felt is most often caused by the choice to acquire tools that make life easier but it is an illusory freedom because on this physical level, it is the sole existence of the body and the care that we what freedom comes from. Of course, it would be necessary to be able to have the certstudy of a good future on earth so as not to be slaves to our self-preservation instincts. To evolve freely, the body needs to struggle. "Does the human body still have this need to evolve in the 21 st century?" The mind, yes, the body, no where only in case of new need. Does humanity still have the right to expand its population to the detriment of the world that gave birth to it? Since this increase in population is leading to its demise, I think not. The dogma of freedom must first propose to protect the physical body by limiting its abuses. Where I am coming from is that if the body is well maintained, the instinctive character stops wanting to conquer, it is a natural phenomenon. From there he returns in osmosis with his environment, on the part of the divine consideration, it is true for the individual as much as for the group. From this moment on, the only acceptable struggle becomes that of medicine. One of the pillars of the Druidic act. "The real feeling of freedom comes only from good health." The forest of the Gallic gods. The forest of the Gallic gods. Desire. Humanity does not control its desires and devours without ever being able to feed itself completely, insatiable in its will to control the future. What remains impossible for the intestines which impose themselves blindly. Unattainable desire therefore and growing because it is worse hungry the one who remembers too well his meager passages, for which he is most often responsible. History, generally, has shown us what bad memories remind us of, that they participate in gregarious instincts hoping to ward off wasted time. Those who are too well fed find there a ready-made excuse and continue to devour like cancer invades the body. However, these uncontrolled cravings do not lead to more emotional enjoyment, just as usual. Uncontrollable desire is embodied in interference, destruction. The only wise path of possibility is that of osmotic desire, of wanting to appreciate and love instead of wanting to invade without sharing. What deprivation triggers, the certainty of the acquired can stop it. Everything that exists, exists by complementarity, it is the lesson of the forest, the enjoyment of a given moment reinforces destiny. Osmotic desire drives perennial destinies, in Gallic, the term "suanto" designates this very natural mechanism. The burning passions cool down and the natural resumes its prolific form, that of true enjoyment and true reward. If passion is not part of thoughtful work, the results are monstrous. If, on the contrary, it participates in thoughtful work, it becomes a tool that brings refinement, and refinement, even more enjoyment in the promise of a better way. It is a very real concept (desire drives the luminous act) which can be applied to all acts. Concept that can be explained more simply as follows: "the will to refinement and the desire to build gives the enlightened reward". "The desire to take everything without understanding leads to the inhumanity of the act". One of the mechanisms of the Druidic school says that one cannot hold the truth about all things, that it remains an abusive and therefore destructive gesture. We can then accept to do better, because refinement has no real limits and the desire to build better gives us a role on this earth, it is desire in the work. Desire and refinement are therefore inseparable in dogma, is not nature itself, of which we are part, the example of a very great refinement? The respect. Respect in the field of spirituality is always the instrument of time. Justice. Gods and ideology. Gods and ideology. The saplings had set up a system of local participatory democracies without a particular leader being appointed for all the tribes, except in the event of war. In fact, it was only among the druids that there was a great potentate, an arch-druid appointed by all the tribes through their local tutors. Each tribe had a god and a particular activity among them all. The law must govern honesty or more naturally, as with us, it is the feeling of honesty that decides the implementation of laws. Currently the policy does not decide and it is the oligarchic law, economic in the first place, which decides of the good behavior of the populous acts. A denial of natural societal behavior which must balance each other out so that the common cause can advance. The natural law has always been imposed by the largest group and this is a good thing because this largest group has the most successful, most sustainable societal organization. Unfortunately today, it is the hidden ideas that decide the politician speech, we allow ourselves everything more often, and the laws accumulate on the backs of the masses to elect certain small onesgroups. Society decomposes instead of composing, laws are flouted because they are not designed for the individual, only for the economy gone mad, at least in our time. The Gauls acted according to principles of life, the first of which was that the individual acts for the group and the group for the individual. Currently it is no longer that at all, it is generally for everyone. The second important principle is that of territoriality which protects, yes, but societies tend to grow, naturally, this is what decides the fate of peoples, because they encroach on foreign territories. From there comes the need to organize a culture of solidarity but diversified, not easy I admit and yet they had succeeded, all those who had a role in the Gallic state organization had been educated by druids. The same culture ruled all the tribes. The third important principle is that of self-defense. Justice is personal revenge no matter what you say. Normally, we must respect others but also ourselves, so there is a force of character integrated into the education of all. And we must systematically defend ourselves against abuse. It is the revenge of the people on the tyrant, it is the vengeance of one on the lie of the strongest. It is the condemnation of the one who imposes for himself because each one in his acts must consolidate the whole. Among the Gauls it was constantly applied by each to his personal name where everyone, also a bad act led to an immediate return of things. We did not allow ourselves to be done and it was not necessarily necessary to appeal to the public force of the riders to ensure respect for personal law (which was the same as common law) when we could. The Druids were there for that moreover, their philosophical precepts imposed peace. The Gauls were calm and understanding, complete fighters in case of injustice. It was in their education ..... We defended ourselves, whatever happened, without leaving any illusions to bad behavior. ..................... The tree before being a physical weight is a balance. When one part grows threatening to tip it or break it, the roots of the past test their strength and the other side of the tree must grow to counterbalance. So it is with the spiritual balance of each tribe. And if the part which unbalances the whole cannot be offset, contradicted, and it threatens the whole ..... we no longer feed it where we cut it. The dead branch will disappear. If a part of the tree system is sick, we try to treat it, otherwise we cut it and replace it with a new organism. The billhook is used to treat and cut social disease to restore the balance of the common good. "Nothing is taken for granted, nothing is definitive, everything must evolve, only time is the master". Nb: there certainly existed a system of physical value which was used for judgment. Like 1 for 1, 1 for 3, in Druidic thought the whole system was encrypted, counted. It seems logical, except maybe for what could not be counted. The cycle of fifths. And yes, the cycle (where circle of fifths) is part of the philosophical dogma. We know him especially for his musical utility in our time but in truth the system has been applied to many other eminently Druidic matters. It is about a mathematical calculation of the harmony of the vital time divided into twelve parts which can be, musical, colored, or even sentimental which serve for the harmony and the enchantment of the general arts. It is the basis of calculation of what is called: the rainbow. Some tax it as a simple concept but I assure you that we are no longer at this simple stage for more than 2500 years, it is true that hiding its use from the masses has kept its magic. In fact, even zodiac calculations have always been shown using the method of fifths. It is easy to create a balanced and harmonious pantheon that brings belief and imagination to the rhythm of a truly captivating cyclical score. And we can quite adapt it to the arts of storytelling thanks to a rhythm of feelings. If we know the seven notes, we know the seven colored feelings. And from there build a very harmonious, captivating prism.