Human life is founded on manifestation and creativity. The most appreciated people are those who stand out for what they manifest and create in the world. Even among the most ordinary individuals, the criterion for evaluating one’s life is related to the ability to manifest something: work, money, family, home, children, relationships, etc.
The problem is that creativity and manifestation are not qualities in themselves. They depend on the nature of what is manifested in the short or long term. Something that is created can have immediate or delayed dire consequences. Very often the fact is overlooked so that an apparent happy event is then later the cause of immense pain.
Unfortunately, the above continues to be misunderstood. The human tragedy is that we continue to assume that manifestation is the purpose of human life, so it is a question of continuing to create what has been created, adding variations from time to time.
Are we really certain that creating and manifesting is the primary purpose of life? Are we really convinced that what we create and manifest has a positive nature? Have we ever questioned the nature of what we keep creating and manifesting in life, both personally and collectively?
I believe that before creating anything, it is essential to ask yourself these questions. And if you realize right now that the condition of human life is rather painful, asking yourself these questions is an existential imperative.
Perhaps it would be a question of considering the opposite process to creativity and manifestation, namely the release, elimination or rather demanifestation. If you recognize that what has been created by humanity over time has a nefarious nature, the purpose of life could be to no longer create it, to demanifest it. This does not mean eliminating what was created in the past, or preventing those who want to continue to manifest from doing so. Demanifesting simply means that you refrain from creating something that you do not consider right or that you consider doubtful, that you no longer do it or that you do not attribute to it the importance you have given it in the past.
Demanifesting perhaps also means manifesting in another reality what you have been told or have been forced to manifest only in this world.