Charles T. Tart, professor of psychology at University of California, called the ideological blunting of our intellect 'consensus trance'.*
Tart recognised the fact that far too many of us have accepted a false conception of reality, not through logical processing of facts but through intensive conceptual manipulation by the global elite using their owned media and bought-and-paid-for political class.
Far too many believe the lies we have been spun. It is the comfortable thing to do. Many experience a mental paralysis, even terror, when faced with facts that that threaten to shatter this trance by exposing the lies on which particular false narratives are founded. The usual initial reaction to such a challenge is denial. This is not surprising as the information is a threat to the stability of the individual's very consciousness.
There is a concept in thermodynamics called 'entropy'. It is a measure of the accessible energy available from a system. This is also characterised as "the degree of disorder" within a system. All physical systems tend towards increasing entropy (disorder) and, therefore, decreasing usefulness, as time passes. Heat dissipates into the environment, then distributes itself through the depths of space; batteries lose their charge; fires burn themselves out.
Information systems, on the other hand, naturally adapt themselves in the direction of decreasing entropy, i.e. towards ever-increasing order.
Human consciousness is such a system. We spend our entire lives refining our perception and understanding towards increasing order (lower entropy), whatever our chosen goals.
If our goal is truth-directed regardless of the interests of ego then, if we proceed without error (which is not always possible), we will find ourselves approaching ever-closer to the Divine or Christ-mind. Our minds will fill with truth and our hearts will necessarily fill with love towards our neighbour and the Divine consciousness that affirms all.
The egocentric individual will accept information that feels like increasing order (lower entropy) simply because it supports their existing delusions. Rather than experience the short-tern disorder of recognising that one has been misled and wrong on important issues the mind clings to a pseudo-order manufactured by our Luciferian overlords. This pseudo-order is, in reality, no order at all. This disordered consciousness is the atmosphere in which real hell can, and will, break loose.
The Divine source is zero entropy. Total order. Total affirming love towards all creation within an environment in which every created conscious being can work their way towards and become one with this source.
Thus Christ's most severe (and unique) teaching:
* ("Waking Up: Overcoming the Obstacles to Human Potential", Boston, 1987).
“I have talked with angels about the conjunction of heaven with the human race, and I said that, while the man of the Church declares that all good is from God, and that angels are with man, yet few believe that angels are conjoined to man, still less that they are in his thought and affection. To this the angels replied that they know that there is such a belief and even such a mode of speaking in the world, and especially, to their surprise, within the Church, where yet there is the Word to teach men about heaven and its conjunction with man.
Nevertheless, there IS such a conjunction that man is unable to think the least thing apart from the spirits adjoined to him, and on this his spiritual life depends. They said that the cause of ignorance of this matter is man's belief that he lives from himself, without a connection with the Creator of life; and that he does not know that this connection exists by means of the heavens; and yet if that connection were broken man would instantly fall down dead.
If man believed, as is really true, that all good is from the Lord and all evil from hell, he would not make the good in him a matter of merit nor would evil be imputed to him; for he would then look to the Lord in all the good he thinks and does, and all the evil that inflows would be cast down to hell whence it comes. But because man does not believe that there is any influx into him either from heaven or from hell, and so supposes that all the things that he thinks and wills are in himself, and therefore from himself, he appropriates the evil to himself, and the inflowing good he defiles with merit.”
Emanuel Swedenborg, ‘Heaven and Hell’ §302