1. The 'white elephant' are issues that everyone sees but chooses to ignore.
We have the tendency to avoid confronting illusions and misunderstandings that perpetuate the sense of separation.
2. The reluctance to discuss the 'white elephant' mirrors a deeper fear of facing the truth within ourselves.
Confronting these fears is essential for our spiritual growth. This confrontation leads to the realization that fear is and always was a product of the ego, not of God.
3. The collective avoidance of the 'white elephant' is our shared denial of a fundamental truth.
Our collective behavior is a reflection of shared dreams and illusions. Talking about the 'white elephant' is our collective awakening to a higher understanding and the dissolution of ego-based perceptions.