Friday, April 29, 2016

Mosaics Of Consciousness

Understanding the underlying mosaics of consciousness in the rapid current of time is not on our to-do list. In a reality where religious and political influences and associations take precedence, we overlook the fact that we are products of an inner reality that began before birth and will continue after death. We like to create stories about this inner world that are filled with good and evil intents just like the intents in the world we create while we focus on this reality.

The pristine uniqueness of our inner consciousness is passed through this focused measuring sieve, and we only recognize the elements of the conscious self that suit our beliefs. But the mind still moves in and out of probable selves to experience these other left-out aspects of our pristine identity. The reason the mind leaves them out of our focus is those identities often seem contradictory, and they may even invalidate each other.

The mosaics of our consciousness are not like the small segments of shiny sizes and shapes we identify as mosaics. Consciousness mosaics are energy-filled blasts of awareness that travel through millions of spectrums. These mosaics are electromagnetic impulses that are filled with particles of awareness that bounce through time’s simultaneous structure and land on the psychic bridges in the mind. They connect the self as it seems to the self as it always is. These residents of the mind are real, and in a way, they are our parents more than our parents are. When we recognize them and feel them, we are experiencing our ability to maneuver through the maze that produces the eternal growth of our innate identity.

We have “power selves” within us that utilize the energy in our mosaics in constructive ways, and our personality reflects the use of that energy in some way. We feel an incredible amount of ambition and creativity in that energy. Feeling these mosaics and accepting them allows the self to be more than one drop in the ocean of consciousness.

Friday, April 15, 2016

The Psychic Soul

It seems the psychic information is emerging more and more, and it is dressed in the deeply rooted beliefs of each individual. We might call the psychic the soul. The psychic soul always expresses its vitality and purpose by manifesting itself in new and unique ways that produce a plethora of experiences for every individual. The objective reality is a manifestation of the psychic soul’s subjective reality. The exuberance it projects in the process is the physical action of consciousness. The psychic soul in each individual is filled with the thrust of energy from which all life springs. The soul seeks value fulfillment through the creation of social civilizations. The value fulfillment comes from the social contact that actualizes its potential. As the individual become aware of the potential within the psychic soul, the potential in others is also actualized. The psychic soul produces dreams, and when there is no response to these dreams, a type of private religion is created.

In essence, religion is an objective activity through which individuals attempt to discover the meaning of life. It is a mental construction rooted in the psychic soul. Man has come up with many names and an assortment of rules and beliefs for this mental construction, but regardless of those influences, religion still represents man’s connection with a deeper universe. That universe is lodged in the psychic soul. We search outward in order to remember we are one with the psychic soul, and that has created organized religion.

Fact and fiction are intertwined in organized religions. The facts and fiction in religion represent a combination of beliefs about the meaning of life. But the meaning of life is more about the value fulfillment of the psychic soul than the continuance of fragmented thoughts about the nature of consciousness in organized religions.

Friday, April 1, 2016

Fanatical In Nature

The latest growth of fundamentalist religion is an authoritarian attempt to regulate the ideas and perceptions of others. The fundamentalists accept literal interpretations instead of allowing the inner self to guide their thoughts and actions. Literal interpretations narrow the road through which intuition travels, and the result is an unhealthy view of the world. The other fundamentalists that are pulling in another direction cause the fault lines in the objective reality to collide and the result is an emotional earthquake. The fanatical aftershocks replace expansion with destruction. This fundamentalist view of reality isn’t one sided. All religions are fundamentally fanatical in nature.

Over the last 2,000 years, Christ's message has been dipped in egotistical and fanatical rituals that serve man, not God. Christ’s message was every man and women is inherently good and each is an individualized portion of the divine. But a civilization based on that message has never materialized. Our social structure is based man’s sin-ridden nature. Religious organizations have not allowed man to become good. There is always a part of man that is immersed in sin, and that idea construction creates the sin.

It’s almost a sacrilege to say man is free from sin. The righteous depend on sin to control others. Trusting the fabric of our inner being is viewed as a contradiction to God’s law when the fabric of our being is the only law. When the only law we trust is covered in flaws, it is hard to feel the beauty within us.

We are part of the beauty of nature. We are the part that has learned to make choices and the part that automatically produces dreams and beliefs from out imagination. From those perceptions, we organize our reality. It is the reality we call sane. But is that reality really sane, or is it sinful fanaticism in nature?