Question: Is the information about the crisis, which has now entered the active phase of development, negative or not?
Answer: We have gone through the period of intrauterine fetal development. Now, comes the period of birth: contractions, dramatic events, and even risk to the mother and her baby. However, we believe this is necessary for birth, for the appearance of a new human in our world seemingly from another world, from a state that is completely opposite to us. Why should we consider this a crisis?
If you were to show what happens to a pregnant woman to a creature from another planet, how something is born from her, with screaming and labor pain and people bustling around her, he would think that the woman was dying, that something is happening to her, and that has no joy in it. However, a husband with flowers and relatives are standing behind the door. There is something strange about this picture.
So, we relate to the crisis as the husband with the flowers. Others relate to the crisis like the alien.
Comment: When you begin to reveal truth to a person, it is painful for him or her to receive information.
Answer: However, it is not accidental that nature erases women’s memories of childbirth and how hard it was. Women are ready to go through this again.
We see that there is a process that we have to go through, and nothing can be done. So according to what we experience, we should exalt the next degree: what we achieve through this crisis.
The very word “crisis” means birth, ascent. Hence, we should treat it as such.
From a “Talk on Integral Upbringing” #13, 12/18/11