Diver, deep-sea

Analogy with the situation of humans in the world

October 22nd 2011
When deep-sea divers work at the bottom of the ocean, they need a certain amount of oxygen to be able to remain underwater for long periods. To receive the oxygen, they are connected by lengths of tubing to helpers up above who supply it to them; these helpers are also ready with cables to pull them out in case of danger. Only under these conditions can the divers do their work in complete safety. Just like deep-sea divers, human beings are immersed in an ocean, known as the world. And not only do their soul and spirit have difficulty breathing there, but the ocean is full of reefs and monsters that threaten to devour them. So they need to install tubes through which the air will reach them, as well as cables to bring them up if they are in danger. These tubes and cables represent the link they are able to establish mentally with the entities of the divine world. At the slightest warning signal, these entities are alerted and come to supply them with pure air, as well as light and strength, thanks to which they will be able to continue on their path.