Loss of Consciousness
When we lost the consciousness, we lost faith and knowledge. Indicating to us that faith and knowledge are two very important aspects of consciousness.
The order of remedying fear is trust, knowledge and consciousness. Meaning that we start with trust first, then progress to knowledge and then to awakening.
With the loss of consciousness arose fear.
Why is it This Way?
Why does it take so long to get to the Being? Why does it take so long to accumulate dharma, but to get karma and fall, only takes some minutes?
Scepticism only exists in those who knew God before. The principle here is that the mind can not be sceptical of what it does not know. There is simply no way that the mind can be sceptical of something that it has not even heard of.
People who are sceptical believed in something before and then due to some disappointment or failure, in pain turned against what they ardently believed in, and due to a subdued kind of resentment they are now sceptical.
The more one ardently believed in something the more sceptical one will now be.
We have to work hard to try and release ourselves from the weight of our karma.
Feeling of One Close to the End of the Great Work
How does the master who is about to finish the great work feel?
One feels incomplete because those around him or her are incomplete.
The Being who is becoming complete deeply wishes that those around him or her are also complete with their Being.
Meanwhile those who are around the master are incomplete, that master is sad and suffers.
It is the Intimate Christ that works for others to make them complete also. In doing this, the Intimate Christ is also working for the Absolute.
End (48 - Martis-VIII)