This is the full text of The Sixth Prasad: The Sixth Prasad   So instead of the truth that, for reasons unknown, you were unfortunate enough to be deprived of the full and perfect nurturing of a near perfect divine Nature, as other species are, until they are ready to be in flesh…   instead of the obvious truth -- obvious to all other species -- that this prematurity leaves a scar of hurt and rejection, for starters; but also, helplessness and hopelessness, second; and third, that this occurs right at the beginning of known flesh existence so as to create the very unusually twisted unwholesome roots of humans; but then, fourth, this lack must be somehow mitigated for the species to not die out of pure despair, right at the outset.   This mitigation is accomplished through the creation of an alien consciousness construct which serves to both separate humans from the realization of your lack, to essentially muffle or obscure your horrible and precarious plight from your awareness, acting like what you would call an opiate essentially,   but also it serves as an alternate but OPPOSITE construction of self -- opposite from the truth of your nature -- taking all your flaws, like language, and turning them into supreme accomplishments, in this way acting as a euphoriant.   This alien consciousness construct, this child as well as parent of all your wrong-gettedness, is what you call Ego.


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