This last week we cancelled the Divining Your Truth Book Tour and Workshop in California and Utah. The remainder of the nation stays scheduled for fall. We’re willing to reschedule the west coast when we know that enough people will register to make the trip pay for itself.
As I am refunding enrollment fees to those who did enroll, I also sent out a group email asking people what they wanted since we are not coming their way. The responses ranged among:
Relief from personal health issues
A pointed question about why I hadn’t emailed people personally if I wanted an opinion
A desire to remove the word “responsibility” from the English language
Thoughts on how much I had charged for the workshop (though the person admitted not having looked at the material and didn’t know how much I was charging)
Skepticism regarding how my book could make us closer to each other since it talks about relying on oneself as God
A few helpful hints about people taking the time to read the book to understand it
I thanked everyone for their reflections back to me and mused over the responses.
I have come to the following conclusion: The confusion that is prevalent in the human race has the capacity to run the show if one lets it do so. Being simple, clear and concise has lost meaning for the human mind because it’s too frightening.
I arrived at this set of thoughts by realizing that human beings are no longer being encouraged to be self-sufficient. The idea of being responsible (which breaks down to how you respond to anything) is now given over to others to manage. Rather than people wanting to be “responsible” for accessing their own information within their Divine Mind, they would rather give it over to others since they don’t trust themselves.
My question now remains: Who is going to teach trust in oneself except the person him or herself?