We need a vision for America that doesn’t just unite the vision of the right and the left – but which transcends it.
As a dominant intuitive, I think it will be a vision which will combine sensing, thinking, intuition, and feeling. It will be a vision that respects the “I” – the “I” of the Enlightenment and respects the “We,” but not the “We” of the New World Order, the Undifferentiated “We”/the Collective “We.”
The New “We” needs to transcend the old dichotomies. It needs to be about Community, not Collectivity. The person who gets closest to it is philosopher Martin Buber when he says I-Thou is about being/in-the-between.
We cannot flesh out that concept on just a conscious level. We need concepts from the unconscious to be integrated into it. Now we just see aspects of the unconscious rear their complex/misunderstood head in primitive phenomena like MOBBING.
A book I have on my desk to begin the study of what I am talking about is the book, The End of Suffering by Russell Targ and J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D.
Our New Vision is so far unarticulated/unconscious. Things become conscious when we can discuss them in words. For now, this feeling of tendency, this not completely formulated idea which pokes out tentacles from the unconscious says merely - we are not there, yet.
As long as we are caught in the Anger, the Hate, the either/or – we are not yet there. There is a way to transcend it, a more holistic view which combines the unconscious which we now only see in primitive MOBBING form and the conscious which we only see fractionated – not the vision Obama once articulated in a speech, but never fulfilled.
I-It relating is totally subjective. The I looks at everything in relation to their self. Their desires and concerns are a barrier to real meeting. There is contrivance and hypocrisy. Imposition characterizes I-It Relating as the I tries to impose their views, their wants on the other.