Setting the Stage
On the 85th episode of The Chief Yuya Podcast, Chief Yuya continues to illustrate the idea of Jezebel. We will explore the damage that comes from a spirit that has no respect, and the idea of “cancelled culture”. Chief Yuya also shares a parable to help illustrate these ideas.
“When you are inspired by some great purpose some extraordinary projects, all your thoughts break their bonds. Your mind transcends limitations. Your consciousness expands in every direction and you find yourself in a new great and wonderful world. Dormient, forces, faculties, and talents become alive and you discover yourself to be a great person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be. “-Unknown
- “The 4 Noble Truths”: Life is not perfect, and the desire to personally fulfill yourself leads to your suffering.
- In order to cure the suffering of life, you have to overcome your personal will to be fulfilled.
- The Jezebel spirit seeks to control and establish dominance in the family and religious environments, with the desire for deconstruction.
- The Jezebel spirit is a prostate, sexually confused, transgender ideal, always independent, moves from various organizations that do not teach the truth, has mental health issues, has a profound deep religiousness, and hatred towards any man who teaches the truth or who says “no”.
- The clinical terms personality disorder, bipolar, and schizophrenia, all describe a person that is “possessed“, meaning “filled with a counterfeit spirit”, such as the Jezebel spirit.
- The Ahab only sees money as a form of power and control.
- Male Jezebels are very domineering, controlling, sexually demanding, imposing, over baring, and provide no sense of safety.
“Little Buddha” is a 1993 drama that tells the story of a young boy named Jesse Conrad, who is believed by a group of Tibetan monks to be the reincarnation of their recently deceased teacher, Lama Dorje.
The movie follows Jesse, along with his parents, as they travel to Nepal and Bhutan to learn about Buddhism and the concept of reincarnation. The film is structured as a series of flashbacks and storytelling, recounting the life of Prince Siddhartha The movie explores themes of faith, spirituality, and cultural identity, as Jesse and his parents grapple with the idea of reincarnation and the complex beliefs and practices of Buddhism. Along the way, they meet a diverse cast of characters, including other monks, a young Bhutanese girl, and a group of young monks who are skeptical of Jesse’s claim to be the reincarnation of their teacher.
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