The Collective Mind

Beware the collective mind. A dimension in itself, this thought space is storage where every activity is stored. Now imagine an event like World War II, or a genocide where the mass majority of people are experiencing an identical crisis at the same time, in the same space. This collective stress is far greater than a few random people under stress. Trauma and panic from major occurrences are collected in this storage space and when we are thinking, we’re actually dipping into that space where collective stress is stored over endless time. Suffering is a sign of an individual expressing a collective thought.