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Egregores and life in the society

People often ask themselves why things are not going well for them, or why they can’t achieve their dreams. Many just assume that ‘that’s life’ and it’s supposed to be that way. In reality through it only appears to be something beyond our control.

Scientists have long since proved that the old saying ‘Thought is Matter’ has a factual basis. Our thoughts and emotions are nothing else but small bundles of energy, which, generated by our mind, are subsequently released to the outer world. One of the properties of energy is magnetism, which means that similar bundles attract each other and merge, to create bigger elements. Those elements subsequently get attracted to each other with an even bigger force (as their potential grows the magnetism increases), until eventually all similar thoughts, experiences, memories and feelings create a big structure – a powerful ‘cloud’ of energy, to which all people who have created it stay invisibly connected. That structure has a name of Egregore. Those are always naturally created where there is a number of people who think in a similar way or have similar aspirations. For example, there are big structures – like egregores of whole nations and counties, as well as egregores of cities,  parties, movements and professions, companies, community and family egregores. They all influence us in a different way, depending on their size, power and other characteristics. For example, you can easily notice, that people working for a long time in the same company, start acquiring features characteristic for that company employees; people who were married for many years start looking and behaving alike; people who come to live in a certain city from somewhere else with time assimilate and start sharing common features of the dwellers of that particular city.

Why does that happen? It is because human brain is in a way similar to a computer – it can be ‘programmed’ to do, feel and think in a certain way. People get ‘programmed’ to do and desire certain things by the egregores they belong to. Our first ‘programme’ we receive as children – through our parents, who tell us what to do, how to react to events and people around and what to aspire to.  Children don’t have a protective mechanism, so they absorb and embrace all outside influences, teaching them from an early age to ignore their own wishes and intuition and follow what everyone else is doing.

If you look around you will see people everywhere are just following same patterns without further consideration, regardless of whether or not such behaviour makes sense or works for them. Examples are numerous: a young guy invites his date to the cinema, often not because ether of them are interested in films, but simply because he heard that this is what should be done. Quite possibly they would both have a much better time going somewhere quiet instead, having a chat to know each other better, discovering their common interests and developing their relationship, rather than pointlessly stare at the screen.

Parents force their child to go to a certain school and aim for a certain job just because it’s considered prestigious, without any consideration for their child’s abilities, dreams or needs. When he is not doing well or trying to rebel against the scheme, their reaction is usually something like: “We wanted well for you, and you’re just stubborn and ungrateful!” They would do a better job wanting well for this particular child, taking into account his individual skills and abilities, rather than forcing him into a dead scheme which decides for them ‘what a child from a respectable family should be like’.

As you may have already understood, those patterns are imposed on us by the respective egregores, which influence us through other people around. Healthy egregores will share their energy with their members, while decaying egregores will suck in more than they give away – as they are only concerned with their own survival. The egregore which dominates our civilisation at the moment is only using people as its “food”, exploiting their energy and trying to squeeze of them everything it can, giving very little in return (it pushes people to pursue the wrong goals and make choices they wouldn’t normally make – just to they release lots of their energy.) Basically, it drags people away from their real evolutionary goals, because those are not important for the survival of the egregore.

These egregores are what was described by Charles Baudelaire as huge Chimeras on our backs, which pull us down and feed on our energy, but which we nevertheless consider to be a natural part of ourselves. Only looking from the outside of the system helps us to understand how ridiculous that believe is.

The egregore of the modern society, which was originally created to help people live together and prosper together, is now decaying, which has a negative influence on all people who are connected to it. Old decaying egregores can be describe like monsters devouring their own members – they push people to release more and more energy which is vital for the survival of the egregore, while not giving them much in return. From the egregore’s perspective it doesn’t matter, whether the used person loses his health or even life in an exhausting chase of phantom goals dictated by the egregore – there is enough supply of new members whose energy it can use.

Programming is performed through the chakras – they are energy points through which we are interacting with the outer world. Through our chakras we send out our thoughts and emotions, and we receive emotions of others. Emotional programming goes through the top chakras, behavioural – through the bottom chakras.

Under the influence of the egregore of the modern society, people are likely to be turned into energy-releasing biomechanisms, devoid of any dreams or aspirations on their own. Deep inside though most people can remember their real, inner values – and that what causes frustration in their lives. Quite often, someone who has achieved everything that is set to be a recipe for ultimate happiness and is symptomatic of a success – a big house, car, yacht, any other material property – suddenly realises that all those things didn’t at all make him happy and that he had wasted all his life and energy chasing eidolons. There is nothing wrong in material prosperity – but people are made to forgets and it’s not a panacea and that different people have different needs. Sometimes a person can wake up to a fact that he was living someone else’s life, according by someone else’s values and chasing someone else’s dreams. Good if that happens when that person has still enough time and energy to make a change.

Following your real dreams and real values is the only way which can bring real happiness. When our wishes are genuine and linked to the nature of our soul, the whole Universe is supporting us on our chosen way. It sounds simple because it really is. Many never never discover that easy way to happiness and self-fulfilment – because they never try. Old programmes planted in their minds through the years are stopping them from looking around and trying to set themselves free, so they spend all their lives as slaves of the egregore, trying to comfort themselves with the miserable pittance which they receive from the egregore as a ‘reward’ for their efforts. It’s worth remembering, that even if the egregore finally gives us what we are striving for, the price we have to pay for it is absolutely disproportionate. It resembles a situation when buying a pound of potatoes in a street market you would be asked to pay not a few pennies, but a sum of money which would be its equivalent in weight. Of course no sane person would ever accept such a deal. But this is precisely what we are doing in our everyday lives, giving away our priceless time, freedom and energy to feed parasitic egregores.

Most people are being trapped in that situation because they don’t realise that there is a way out and that they could be living a life of their dreams. It requires some determination and courage, but it’s relatively simple and certainly achievable. The easiest way to start is to find a Star, who will become your guide and teach you how to discover your inner strength. It’s a fascinating journey and once you discover your inner calling you will never want to look back. Freedom and happiness are things definitely worth fighting for.

 

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5 Comments

  1. […] When many thoughts get together, they can create a big and powerful structure called an egregore. Egregore is a stable conglomeration of thought energy, which has self-preserving and expansive tendencies and has the ability to influence people’s minds and behaviour without their knowledge. Every idea has its own egregore – there are small ones, like an egregore of a family or a boutique as well as really big ones, like the egregores of countries, religions and core values. The bigger the egregore, the stronger it becomes and the greater number of people it can influence. For more information, please have a look at my earlier article here. […]

  2. […] When many thoughts get together, they can create a big and powerful structure called an egregore. Egregore is a stable conglomeration of thought energy, which has self-preserving and expansive tendencies and has the ability to influence people’s minds and behaviour without their knowledge. Every idea has its own egregore – there are small ones, like an egregore of a family or a boutique as well as really big ones, like the egregores of countries, religions and core values. The bigger the egregore, the stronger it becomes and the greater number of people it can influence. For more information, please have a look at my earlier article here. […]

  3. deborahgravatar says:

    Could it be that world events are branded and marketed in such a way as to create and embed ‘egregores’? Just as a beverage marketeer reflects thus on his companyʹs products, ʺHow can I arrange all our communications so that our brand is seen as a ʹparty spiritʹ (egregore) by young consumers, so that they order it in pubs and bars on a Friday and Saturday night?ʺ So also opinion shapers reflect thus, ʺHow can I arrange all our communications on this channel so that this world event is promoted and perceived in the way that best meets our political alignment?ʺ (egregore)
    As the political spin-doctors learn ever more tricks from their brothers in the advertising industry we can expect world events to be ʹsoldʹ to us in ever more sophisticated ways, such we are ‘implanted’ with egregores. The naïve notion that democracy is about politicians serving the peopleʹs will is twisted into the cynical notion that the electorate is a market to be sold political events. Is this not mind messing on a grand scale?

  4. Hi Deborah,

    Egregores are not something that ordinary people can make work for them. Those are massive and complex energy structures, consisting of many ‘layers’. What you are referring to are “egregorial focuses”. Egregorial focuses represent one or several “egregore needs” (like “to drink”, “to party”, “to be trendy and drink X brand” etc.
    Politicians are in fact victims of the egregores they represent – therefore they have no freedom of choice in terms of what they can and cannot do, their actions are pre-determined by their appropriate egregores.

  5. Ezekiel magnus says:

    You did a good one here with a term as strange as Egregore.

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