Anastasia: And in what ways does the Animal nature cause the so-called states of “unfounded” aggression in a person?
Rigden: The states of “unfounded” aggression are particularly frequent when man loops his thinking on his own false pride and pays much attention to the struggle for domination of his “authoritative opinion” among friends and people close to him. Naturally, such a person is dominated by the Animal nature which makes him dependent on its programmes and patterns. In this case, man becomes easily manipulated by the material Mind through the system of consumption values where satisfying the Animal nature’s endless needs becomes of paramount importance.
From the book “AllatRa” by A. Novykh