Friday, September 9, 2016

The Edge Of The Spear Of Destiny

We live on the edge of our self-created spear of destiny. Quantum physics is changing the belief about destiny as well as reality. There isn’t just one reality. There are unlimited realities within the mind. The intangible, yet conceivable, mind is a creative laboratory where beliefs become truths and truths become reality. Our laboratory continuously inputs, dissects, discerns, and changes our beliefs about our individual reality, and we live our destiny in each moment of every experience. Time is the measurement of our physical experiences in a particular reality. Time will speed up or slow down as our mental laboratory processes our desires, expectations, and vacillating beliefs. Destiny is a moldable experience fill with the energy of our own minds. There is no superior force greater than the purity that exists in the multidimensional soul or mind.

Everything begins with a thought from the mind. The image of God, religion, politics, and other organized beliefs are mind-creations fueled by the energy of consciousness. Consciousness has no form, but it assumes many forms in order to expand the awareness of the mind. God is the action of conscious energy that exists in the mind. There is no limit to the energy that projects aspects of consciousness into various realities. Limitations are self-created roadblocks form by contrasting beliefs that develop through education, and restrictive observations.

Objectivity rules in our mass reality. Subjectivity is delegated to religious belief and those beliefs form the edge of a self-created spear of destiny. We believe we should be saved by some superior source, and we should repent for being born. But that superior source is an element of the mind, and repentance is a controlling religious created belief. We move from reality to reality in a never-ending creative cycle in order to feel the brilliance of the mind as it sprinkles thoughts from its well of the now.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

The Nothingness Of Perfection

We think Perfection eludes us, so we set our own standards for perfection. We value those standards and considered the people that achieve that perfection above average, gifted, and special. Our version of perfection is flawlessness. We want to be free from the shackles of humanity, and our perfect standards provide a sense of release. Our quest for perfection gives us meaning, a bar to climb over, a mission to accomplish, and the feeling of achievement. It gives us movement, and our standard of perfection is always moving. Identifying perfection is easy when that perfection is measured objectively. Measuring perfection with the religious version of perfection erases our accomplishments and that version brings us back to the unworthiness that surrounds our belief system.

The old saying that “no one is perfect” is based on our old belief system. That saying should be, “Perfect in the action of consciousness.” Perfect means finished, final, the ultimate and the complete. But as we expand through this world we realize that nothing is final or complete. There is always something else that compliments, touches, or influences our thoughts, emotions, beliefs, and perceptions. There is always something else that moves, grows or metastasizes into another choice or perception. The universe moves and expands in its perfection, the plant and animal kingdoms expand in their perfection, and our thoughts expand in our perfection. Perfection is consciousness. Our ever-expanding consciousness holds everything in the nothingness of perfection.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Multidimensional Dress Rehearsal

We are all actors dressed in thoughts and emotions. As actors, we perform a specific role. That role is an expression of the soul. In fact, the soul is performing along with us. Being human is our stage and the various soul-filled actors that perform on this stage at any particular moment act in various ways in order to feel the results of their unique thoughts and emotions. This human stage is like an off-Broadway play. The actors are practicing for a spot on Broadway. The Broadway we seek is different for each actor. The events that happen on our human stage are not things that happen to us. They are materialized experiences created by us. These experiences are formed by our individual expectations, perceptions, and beliefs.

Thoughts and emotions create beliefs if we focus on them long enough. Our human experience is an epic drama filled with various beliefs that can cause conflicts. How we handle those conflicts is the plot of the drama. We produce the plot, and our role is to feel how we control the emotions and thoughts that created the beliefs that caused the conflicts. Each plot is the essence of the drama, but not all plots are the same. Each plot and actor are more than the sum of all the plots and actors.

The human stage has a main drama going on, but at the same time, there are individual dramas taking place that create the experiences that each soul-filled actor needs to experience. We don’t believe we create these individual dramas on our own, so we create a man-like God that fills those shoes. We don’t believe that this man-like God is within all of us, and that is cause for conflict.

As actors, we believe we all must conform to the mass drama in order to achieve the blessing of the man-like God that has already blessed our drama. The soul knows the value of conformity as well as separatism. Those judgments are ego generated beliefs. But the actors believe those beliefs are the characteristics of a man-like God not the ego. This separation of thoughts and emotions is the basis for this dress rehearsal and learning process. The opportunity to experience and sense this man-like God within us lies in our ability to understand what we create. When we do, we can accept our human stage as a multidimensional dress rehearsal where all beliefs contain elements of truth, and all truths contain elements of our mass drama.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Reverence For Life

Despair and a lack of enthusiasm are our biological foes. Social conditions, economic issues, political upheavals and even religious teachings that foster these mental states create a biological retaliation within us. They act like a war in our natural setting. Destructive energy erupts within us, and that energy travels through our cells and wreaks havoc on our well-being.

Our physical world is a product of certain aspects of consciousness that want to express challenges through materialization. Those challenges are manifested in wars, bombings, religious conflicts and other acts of war. War and other forms of destruction are self-expressions of an innate play where the actors get to express their challenges in material stages. The actors are so immersed in their roles in this play they forget that they wrote, and constructed the sets. They lose sight of the fact that they are acting. If they did realize they created their intense hatred, the urgency to solve the challenges would dissolve. Many of the people that want to act in these destructive plays choose to be born into certain ethnic groups as well as in certain countries.

We are still learning the importance of thought, and self-responsibility. The concept of killing has been misrepresented. Hate is killing. Separation is a form of killing and the despair and apathy we have toward the acts that conflict with our idea of truth is killing. The sacredness of life is rooted in self-responsibility. Reverence for life and our thoughts are crucial components in stopping the destruction we create.

The permissiveness of killing is the underlying cause of this destruction. If we allow killing for religion, justice, and revenge, we allow the killing of all living things. Reverence for all life gives us the ability to understand that the people that create these destructive plays choose a life of challenges for reasons of compensation.

In order to understand these reason of compensation, we have to understand the nature of the soul. The nature of the soul is not taught. The nature of the soul is pure consciousness. The soul experiences value fulfillment in a plethora of ways and through several aspects of its pure consciousness.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Psychic Patterns

There are certain periods in history that grab our attention and expand our awareness. We are experiencing one of those periods right now. We are becoming more aware of our cellular identity, and we have heightened awareness of our ability to create what we experience. A good example of that ability is the current presidential race in the United States and the UK’s choice to leave the European Union. Concepts of who we are must be expanded if we expect the human race to reach its full potential. The evolution of our consciousness is playing out before our eyes, and most of us are shocked by the chain of events that are forming a link to a future reality filled with psychic blueprints and dramas. The players in these dramas were chosen by us from a well of inner wisdom that sees the shape that our physical psychic will take in the coming years.

Just like a snake that frees itself from skin that no longer fits its image, we are throwing off psychic patterns that have become rigid and stale. We are developing new psychic patterns that will propel our species into a future filled with great deeds, new heroes, and challenges. We are creating a new creative drama by casting off belief structures that we have outgrown. We are thawing our frozen senses and recognizing that our unfrozen sense perceptions bring new possibilities and exciting adventures in consciousness.

The status quo that has reigned for years in our governments and religions are melting in the heat of our awakening, and those institutions are trying to preserve their existence in order to maintain the self-image they have created. But that self-image is no longer valid in a reality that is rooted in more than five senses.

We are pushing the psychic envelope where consciousness creates more of itself by challenging its ability to expand to achieve value fulfillment. The value of that fulfillment is measured in awareness not time. When we begin to measure the self in awareness instead of time, we will reach another plateau in our human existence.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

A Form Of Protest

The recent attacks in Europe and the United States, as well as the horrific wars that are being waged around the world, are having a dynamic impact on our global society. The survivors of those attacks and wars wonder why they were spared the final curtain. The families of the loved ones that perished in these mass events wonder why the tragedies hit so close to home. Our religions don’t really explain why these events happen. The explanations for these events usually have something to do with God. Religions tell us to have faith and believe there is a greater message in the pain and suffering that the people left behind manifest, and then experience for years to come.

Religious notions are partly right about mass suicides, killings, plagues and wars, but God, the supreme being we have created through these faith vehicles, has nothing to do with them. In this reality, we create our individual social, economic and biological situations as well as the mass events that take place. Social, economic and biological factors are involved in these tragic events, but there are other factors in place at different levels of consciousness that put these events together. The purpose of all these individual deaths that occur at the same time and place is to express a mass statement. In one sense, these deaths represent a protest to the particular time they occur. Each individual has private, esoteric reasons for participating, and those reasons vary from one individual to another. But all the individuals want their death to serve a purpose that is greater than their private reasons. Each individual wants the survivors to question the conditions of the time, and then do something positive to change the way we perceive ourselves.

Mass deaths are a learning tool as well as a gift from the individuals that chose to end their physical existence in a mass event. We have never been taught to understand death and its meaning. Fear always gets in the way. But at some level in our non-physical existence, we all choose how and when we will leave this reality. We all want to experience other realities or relive this one with certain alterations that conform to our beliefs. Every death leaves an imprint on physical knowing. Every death is a form of protest as well as a form of growth. In legal terms, the definition of protest is the declaration of an objection and a reservation of rights. Mass deaths are the ultimate public demonstration of our right to die to change objective beliefs about being human.

Friday, June 3, 2016

A Hybrid Notion

Life is a cooperative venture, and the objective is value fulfillment. Humans exist in this reality because of the cooperation that exists in our cells. Value fulfillment is a physical as well as a psychological propensity, and it exists in all forms of consciousness. Our cells don’t compete with each other nor do the other forms of consciousness in our chosen reality. Animals may fight for food, but those battles are value fulfillment choices, not competitive battles. The earth is in a constant state of change not to destroy itself but to move toward another aspect of value fulfillment.

The notion that each individual must seek their own good at the expense of others has deep roots in the free enterprise system. That system intermingled with the Darwinian idea of survival of the fittest. Those beliefs along with individual religious and political beliefs produced a hybrid notion that our species is in competition with itself. And our species is in competition with every other species.

Man’s greedy nature is the result of our misconception about supply and demand. We treat the land as our land because we believe we are the fittest and have the right to survive at the expense of all other forms of consciousness. The concept of different countries is good, but Darwin’s principles were transferred to the economic arena. We believe man is a political animal. The transfer of those beliefs has turned the human species into the slaves of “good and evil.”

Religion and science have always denied the fact that other species have their own form of consciousness. Our beliefs put limits on the sacredness of life, and our competitiveness destroys part of the value of our existence.

The election process is a form of this hybrid notion that we are at war with each other in order to exist in peace. We must fight to make our beliefs the beliefs of others regardless of the cost to our dignity, integrity, and resourcefulness. We are idealists that look toward the future at the expense of the present. And in this process, the ideal erodes. If our cells followed the hybrid notion, our life span in this reality would not be measured in years. It would be measured in minutes.