Maitreya Rael: Don't be Offended (72-06-13) – Part 7 of 12 Asian Happiness Academy, June 13th 72 aH, Okinawa, Japan
In this video, Maitreya Rael points out that too many people get offended and for the slightest reason. It's become fashionable to be offended… yet, no word uttered by another person can actually hurt us unless we allow it.
Thus, to avoid being offended, he suggests us a very simple antidote, to laugh…. since we cannot change the way things are, but we can change how we react to things.
In his own words, "My goal is to offend as many people as possible because I am teaching you to change your brain, so that you may rise higher."
In teaching how to become a Buddha one needs to leave politeness aside and tell the truth. Therefore, it is very important to destroy the illusion that perfection can be attained.
Nothing is perfect, yet things are beautiful because of their imperfection. As the Messages told us a long time ago, "balance is a succession of imbalances that balance themselves."
Maitreya Rael also reminds us that supraconsciousness requires freedom. We must never put our supraconsciousness in a cage… and the first move to destroy this prison is to be found in just two words,
"I am!" *Please note that at the moment of filming this video, the voice of Maitreya Rael was not in a good condition. Even so, Maitreya Rael humbly accepted to talk to us with the same energy and dedication that he is known for.