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Sloth – the last of the 7 deadly sins

Sloth – the last of the 7 deadly sins

English:

Sloth is the most difficult sin to define and credit as sin, since it refers to an assortment of ideas, dating from antiquity and including mental, spiritual, pathological, and physical states. One definition is a habitual disinclination to exertion, or laziness.

Views concerning the virtue of work to support society and further God’s plan suggest that through inactivity, one invites sin. “For Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do. Satan is the god of sin, the underworld and all things evil.”

The word “sloth” is a translation of the Latin term acedia (Middle English, acciditties) and means “without care”. Mentally, acedia, has a number of distinctive components of which the most important is affectlessness, a lack of any feeling about self or other, a mind-state that gives rise to boredom, rancor, apathy, and a passive inert or sluggish mentation. Physically, acedia is fundamentally with a cessation of motion and an indifference to work; it finds expression in laziness, idleness, and indolence. Two commentators consider the most accurate translation of acedia to be “self-pity,” for it “conveys both the melancholy of the condition and self-centeredness upon which it is founded.”

Wikipedia

Our reflections:

The way we see it, the programing from church have taken a fully natural and necessary behavior like sloth (read laziness) as sin. By making it a sin we stay busy, disempowered and work all the time – as we do not want to be sinners. When we are busy all the time we are not free to listen to our bodies and our own needs.

Instead we become depleted of energy which results in apathy and passiveness. We don’t care about ourselves and others, or the environment. This create a lot of unconscious stress which creates even more “dullness” and “sluggish minds”. It is a vicious and ongoing cycle. Therefore it creates its own polarity when being busy – we shut down spiritually and emotionally.

We shut down from our natural states and what is natural. Like we don’t care that there are popping up 4g+/5g masts everywhere. Or that we use facemasks and just throw them outside the bins and in nature. We sit there like sloths in front of the tv, watching main stream media and become even more unconsciously programmed and enslaved. We don’t question anything they say on tv. We get dull and sluggish in our minds.

Hence this become a destructive behavior for the individual as well as the collective. Our deep unconscious desire to please God – even if you don’t believe in God – makes us the sinners we do not want to be. It becomes a self-fulling prophecy.

What can we do about it?

Our solution to free ourselves from this unconscious program is to do the opposite. Allow yourself to be lazy. To rest. To do nothing. Still your mind. Shut of your tv and your phone and all the “outer chatter” that is going on and connect with nature. And read our book Holy F*ck and sacred Water and undertake our programs ….

Quote from Holy F*ck and Sacred water:

This text is an excerpt from our book Holy F*ck and Sacred water – The Secret Connections to Everything (Chapter 29):

“Leaves are falling each fall, but most of us have lost con-tact with Mother Earth and do not understand what that means for us and our own cycles. As we have lost our con-nection to the natural cycles – our own, nature’s, and the bigger ecosystems we are all part of – we ignore the signs we might get, which can lead to long-term diseases. How many of us have felt blue and almost depressed during the dark season, or know someone who has? There is a simple expla-nation for it. We are meant to withdraw, reflect, and let go of the old so we have renewed energy when spring comes. Instead, during the darkest months of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, we are often more stressed and busier than ever. And we wonder why we create diseases and stress-related symptoms.”

 

How do you embrace your sloth?

 

Please, share your reflections and thoughts in the comments below! We look forward hearing your perspective on this topic!

 

Be F*ckin’ MoRE – Become the Master of Reactivated Embodiment. Tora Zophia and Ulrika are transformational life designers and you can find them and their programs at: www.reactivatedembodiment.com

 

Live Unfuckwithable!

Tora & Ulrika

Gluttony – one of the 7 deadly sins, part 6

Gluttony – one of the 7 deadly sins, part 6

English:

Gluttony (Latin: gula, derived from the Latin gluttire meaning “to gulp down or swallow”) means over-indulgence and over-consumption of food, drink, or wealth items, particularly as status symbols.

In Christianity, it is considered a sin if the excessive desire for food causes it to be withheld from the needy. Some Christian denominations consider gluttony one of the seven deadly sins.

Wikipedia 

Our reflections:

The way we see it, like everything gluttony has many different aspects, unconscious programs and shadows to it. Here in the western world many people are suffering from overweight and obesity. This in itself causes other symptoms and diseases such as cardiovascular diseases.

Obesity has reached epidemic proportions globally, with at least 2.8 million people dying each year as a result of being overweight or obese. Once associated with high-income countries, obesity is now also prevalent in low- and middle-income countries.

 -WHO

The polarity of gluttony is equally bad as people starve to death as well. It is a loose/loose situation, nobody wins or gains from this. Except for those who regulates and profit from this gluttony, overconsumption and global distribution….

“Approximately 9 million people die of world hunger each year according to world hunger statistics; more than the death toll for malaria, AIDS and tuberculosis combined in 2012.

The world produces enough food to feed everyone. Food availability per capita has increased from approximately 2220 kcal per person per day in the 1960s to 2790 kcals per person per day in 2006.

Poverty is the number one cause of world hunger. The World Bank estimates that 10.7 percent of the world’s population, or 767 million people, lived on less than $1.90 per day in 2013.”

How many have died from covid?

It is almost impossible to find a correct number of this since not even WHO seems to know ;)..

In our perspective Gluttony is one of the causes of the extreme polarities of the global imbalances seen today. Only 2095 of the world´s billionaires control the enormous amount of $8 trillion in 2020, according to Forbes.

Compare this to the 767 million people who live on less than $1.90 per day.

This is for us really f*cked up and makes it very clear this is NOT a question of overpopulation. This is about Greed, Gluttony and other deadly sins.

Quote from Holy F*ck

The quote below is from our book Holy F*ck and Sacred Water – The Secret Connections to Everything (chapter 34):

“We give our silent consent that tons of food are thrown away yet millions of people are starving. Some so-called leaders claim that there is not enough food for everyone and decide who will receive it and not. Same leaders say that we are overpopulated yet want us to have mandatory vaccinations to stay “healthy” and alive. Where is the logic in that?”

Please, share your reflections and thoughts in the comments below! We look forward hearing your perspective on this topic!

Be F*ckin’ MoRE – Become the Master of Reactivated Embodiment. Tora Zophia and Ulrika are transformational life designers and you can find them and their programs at: www.reactivatedembodiment.com

Live Unfuckwithable!

Tora & Ulrika

 

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