There are some articles written by media on the issue of West Papua, Port Moresby and "fear". Let us see the following list
- ‘Don’t be afraid’ – give Bougainville, West Papua freedom, says Parkop
- Parkop urges residents to make city a safe place for women
- Parkop backs W. Papua, B’ville independence
- Free West Papua: Parkop Calls for Cooperation, minute -0.25-0.27
The question is "How to Defeat the fear?" or " how to raise up the fear? "
There are at least three answers to this question. The first answer is according to the "Universal Healing Tao System". Second one is according to the Christian faith, or biblical teaching. And the third one based on Melanesian Wisdom that we inherited from our ancestors.
Solution One: UHTS System: "Two Kidneys", Darkness, Cool, and Fear"
According to the UHTS, "fear" has a headquarter called "the kidneys" that are situated on the left and right of backside, off the ribs, above the bottom part of the body. When you hold your two palms and swing to your back side below your body, then your two palms will be precisely meeting the two kidneys situated at the back-bottom part of the body.
Let us look the image below to see the precise location of the two kidneys
Now, the first rule is "Always keep your kidneys warm". Any time you feel cold, first of all, take care of the "kidneys" so that they are protected, covered and not exposed to direct cool.
Fear and coolness, fear and feeling cold are very related, and they affect each other. When you feel cold, it is easy to feel scared. And when you feel scared, you will feel cooler.
Kidneys are "water" element, symbolized by winter season, and water element of the nature. To keep it warm, you need metal and fire.
Rule number two is "Get used to darkness". Darkness and fear are connected to each other. Remember, "Why you feel scared when you are in the darkness?" Naturally, anybody will feel scared in the dark. The solution is "Get used to the darkness".
To get used to the darkness, learn to reduce the use of light bulbs, turn off all the lights in bedrooms when sleeping, stay in the darkness when you pray and do meditation. Give no chance to any lights at all. Your body will get used to the dark situation, and automatically, you will see your fear will be less than before.
Rule number three is "smile at the two kidneys". Yes, I mean smile, smile, smile.
Here is how to do the "smile":
- Site down in a relax position, on chair, on the floor, in bed, in car, anywhere
- Put your hands on both of your kidneys
- Say "Hello, ......say your name..... Good Morning/ Good afternoon/ good evening..." Ask them "How are you doing?"
- After a short introduction, do nothing more, nothing less than just "SMILE....."
- Hold, rob, open your eyes, close your eyes, imagine the face, colour of your kidneys,
- Smile, smile, smile
- Do this for some time, for some days.
The expected result: Less Fear! No Fear!
Anxiety, cool, cold, phobia, fear of death, fear of height, fear of insects, fear of anything, fear of anyone, fear of any situation and fear of anyone WILL be automatically disappear.
Remember, you will not totally become fear-less, but you will have "reasonable fear", "logical fear".
Why Powes Parkop is saying "Raise up above fear?"
The National Capital District of Port Morsby, Papua New Guinea, Hon. Powes Parkop, MP, has been speaking a lot about "raising up above fear:. He is talking about the "shared feeling", or precisely "shared emotions" that defeat the logic and the heart.
Many Melanesian leaders are tortured with various mis-information and dis-information about how big, how powerful, how dangerous, Indonesia is, and how deadly Indonesia is when anyone in Melanesia speaks against Indonesia. Indonesia can just come in and kill anyone.
Another rational developing around West Papua issue is that the United Nations and World Powers already recognised West Papua as part of Indonesia, and therefore, when Melanesian leaders say a different think and they will look stupid, they will break the international laws, they will insult Indonesia, they will make fool in front of global community.
Remember, every leader in Melanesia do feel sad, and angry with Indonesian occupation over Melanesian land, and Indonesian racial attitude and treatments, state-terrorism practices that killed so many Melanesians in West Papua. However, these leaders are "fearful", "worried", "uncertain", "reluctant".
Most often, they will use the following statements
- Our job is to protect our population,
- We acknowledge the territorial integrity of Indonesia over West Papua.
- West Papua is very sensitive issue.
- West Papua issue must be taken to the United Nations.
I hope this first tip to raise up beyond fear will help Melanesian leaders to "defeat" "fear" and win this battle against "lies", terrorism, manipulation, based on lust for goods or natural resources in West Papua.