Dangerous conditions are numerous. There are some that we cannot influence - like solar storms or pole shifts -, but others are the outcome of our own actions, and against these dangerous conditions we can do something if we train our minds for this specific purpose.
Some examples of this type of dangerous conditions would be:
The greenhouse effect - caused by gases that are produced as we burn fuel, oil, coal and wood; and by the gasses produced by the digestion of large numbers of grass-eating animals that we keep for meat production
The destruction of Earth's ozone layer, which leads to an increase in UV radiation which is responsible for rising cancer rates, and is caused by gases that we use in spray bottles, fridgidaires and deep freezers
Unimaginable damages in Earth's oxygen household, caused by the destruction of gigantic areas of tropical rainforest
Global nuclear pollution from nuclear weapon tests and accidents in nuclear reactors
Global chemical pollution, caused by the use of pesticides and other dangerous chemicals
These are only some examples - add your own items.
Unlike social habits and cultural patterns, nobody had the intent that such things should happen. We just didn't expect them to happen as a consequence of what we were doing, or we didn't listen to the experts who warned us.
But at the moment where we realize the full extent of the consequences of our activities, there is no way around taking responsibility for the final handling of all dangers that we have created. The failure to do so is - again - a product of a mind that is not well enough trained to control its environment. Our drills can help to train the awareness of the unexpected consequences of things that we have done.
This page last updated on 01.04.2007