fundamental way we direct the events of our life and create our own experiences
is through the decisions we make that we then use our will in fulfilling by
taking action on them. Many think that the power of choice only matters in the
big decisions we make regarding what seems like the important issues we’re
faced with, yet the fact is we’re always making decisions in every moment, both
unconsciously and consciously, as to who we’re going to be. The future is
created in the present. The past no longer exists unless it’s kept alive by
continuing to think about it. Major decisions come as a natural progression of
many smaller decisions we make along the way. All decisions come as an
expression of our character and as the basic means through which we create
ourselves through the type of experiences they produce that we play a part in
initiating and cooperatively participating in.
When we practice the art of staying present in our life, and keep our attention on what’s actually happening as a direct experience, we can realize that the only “real time” is the present moment and that all future events come as the result of the decisions we’re making as to who we’re going to be, what we’re going to do, and what type of things we’re going to participate in co-creating in the moment. No one is ever really making our decisions for us, but simply act to influence us by getting us to agree and cooperate with them, or causing us to doubt ourselves and what we know to be true in favor of their ideas about things instead.
Three Basic Types of Choices
three primary forms of decisions: conscious ones that we make with awareness
and in an intentional manner; unconscious ones that we do without thinking or
that are emotionally based; and natural selection, or ones that come as a form
of perceptual default based on our mental paradigm. One of the most basic types
of decisions that we make all the time without realizing it is in terms of what
we focus on, give our attention to, and think about consistently. Whatever we
think about in a repetitive manner, we literally program ourselves with as a
reality, and ultimately become through the activity we generate out of it. We
can use the self- aware aspect of our mind to decide what we focus on and think
about. We can learn how to keep our attention focused in the present and only think
about what actually matters.
We’re making an unconscious decisions anytime we focus on the past and continue running the stories of our conditioning through our mind over and over. As we continue to tell stories about what happened to us in the past, and what it means about us as a result, we simply repeat the past in the present and create ourselves out of an unconscious state. When we allow our mind to wander in a random and habitual manner our thoughts tend to control us instead of us controlling them. Unconscious decisions are often made purely out of emotional states as reactions. As we go through our day, current events form a chain of association to similar events of the past, and we constantly go off into whole thought processes as memories that we consistently replay and tell stories about in a redundant manner. When we allow our mind to operate on auto-pilot without being self-aware and directing it in an intentional manner, we continue to live out of a primarily unconscious state.
Birthing New Realities
will are intimately connected because we always use our will as the means of
producing the reality of our choices. Likewise, self-realization is what forms
our awareness around our ability to make moment by moment decisions and then
realize the outcomes we produce through willful action. We apply realization through
our ability to recognize several options available to us in any moment, then imagining
the reality our decisions will produce as an experience. Choice and will work
“as” the Law of Cause and Effect. All action causes an equal or greater
reaction of the same nature. As we make a decision, then take action on it, we
act to birth a whole new reality. As we create the reality of our decision, we
form new realizations about our self and life and begin living in a much more
acting to consciously and unconsciously produce our own reality while
simultaneously experiencing ourselves “within” that reality as a certain “kind
and type” of person. Choices, like all things, stem from our mental paradigm
formed out of our conditioning as our fundamental means of perceiving things.
Most of our decisions come as a form of perceptual habit that’s applied consistently
while in an unconscious state where we lack awareness of what we’re actually doing
in the direct sense. While many believe that choice is a conscious act, the
fact is most of our decisions come unconsciously as what we choose to focus on,
think about, and play out in our mind as imaginary scenarios and the mood that
results from it.
Realization is important as the means for
being able to make intelligent decisions by playing out possible choices to see
what type of consequences they’ll possibly render. By playing out a choice as
the reality it’ll produce, we can learn how to make good decisions that will
bring the best possible outcomes. We can’t ever blame our own decisions and
creations on other people who we imagine made our decisions for us by giving us
no choice, or that put us in a bind, or that we imagine led us astray somehow,
because intuitively we’re always “sensing things” as our feelings about it, and
know right away the character and intentions of the person and what type of
drama as a relationship and way of interacting that will result from it.
Emotions that are intense can act to override and take control of our intellect.
When we begin making emotional decisions we use our will to engage in
co-creating the illusion inherent in the emotion.
In our modern society we entertain ideas like it’s “alright” to say no, as if you’re doing something wrong or that you’ll “make someone feel bad” by being true to yourself. We’re often taught to ignore red-flags that come as intuitive awareness in favor of the emotional illusion being unconsciously played out by others instead. Many stay in bad relationships for years because they feel they’re wrong somehow in making the decision to leave, and then become resentful, bitter, and depressed while imagining it’s the other person’s fault.
The Power of Intuition
animal kingdom of instinct, there’s no such thing as illusions that replace
objective reality. There’s no lying to yourself and others by presenting them
with an illusion in place of truth, and there’s no manipulative and covert
agendas being played out as a means of gaining control over others. As humans,
we also possess an animal body and experience instinct as intuition and body
consciousness. When we listen to our body (how we feel) and intuition (the
awareness that comes from it) we always know the truth in any situation, and if
we allow an idea to spontaneously arise out of our intuition as a mental
impression, we can know the reality that will result from it.
feelings is based on the energies at play that systematically produce patterns
as the reality inherent in it. As we steadily move into a situation we’re
constantly being stimulated energetically forming an intimate awareness around
it that’s always connecting us to the truth about it. When we form an intuitive
awareness around something, but then either feel bad or doubt our awareness in
favor of a story we begin telling ourselves that either explains it away or justifies
it somehow, and we keep moving into it instead of away from it, we make a
fundamental error in judgment, and act to co-create an illusion in place of the
truth. Naturally, at some point along the way what we knew from the beginning
starts becoming evident, then we feel “disillusioned”, lied to, let down, and
somehow betrayed by the other person, when in fact it was us who lied to and
betrayed ourselves because we didn’t listen to what we knew to be true right
from the start.
The power to self-create in an aware fashion comes by realizing that we’re always making the decisions as to what direction our life takes, what relationships we maintain, what environments we place and keep ourselves in, and who we are in terms of our character and morality. As we make decisions in a moment by moment fashion as to who we’re going to be and what type of qualities we employ as the means of creating our experiences, we are simultaneously creating our “self” in relation to everything else. We can begin realizing that we always have a direct connection inwardly to the truth that exists outwardly. All we have to do is realize it and trust it as the means of making good decisions. Once we realize that all of our mental and emotional pain and suffering is caused by our own hand through the choices we make and the actions we take based on our decisions, and how we use our mind to experience the reality of our choices, we gain access to a very fundamental power as the true nature and creative ability of our higher soul.
Self isn’t separate or different from our lower soul that’s confined to our
personality and our unconscious conditioning, but is what acts to produce the
entire material reality of our lower soul “through” how it operates as the
consciousness of the body. When we “choose” to embody and utilize our higher
consciousness as the means of creating, we learn how to tune into and skillfully
use our intuition as the means of always knowing the truth in any situation and
begin creating our life in a self-aware and intelligent manner. When we ignore and
subdue our higher, subtle awareness as our intuition in favor of surface
appearances, we use the power of our will to form illusions in place of truth. As
unconscious beings that lack true awareness, we’re always deceiving ourselves.
In the ultimate sense all deception is self-deception. We’re only deceived when
we first disconnect from our self in favor of someone else’s truth, and act on
ourselves to cooperate in creating an illusion in place of what we know deep
down to be true.
comes initially from betraying ourselves by choosing to ignore what we know to
be true and therefore real, in favor of a lie. We can only be lied to by
another when we first lie to ourselves by going against our inner feelings. When
we lose touch with our true self, which is only known intimately as our
feelings and the awareness that arises from them, we become an inherent part of
a grand illusion created by surface appearances and facades designed to mask
the truth and engage in a primary form of self-delusion.
allow someone to persuade or convince us to go against what we feel to be
right, we make an unconscious agreement to participate in a very basic form of
self-deception where we deny our self in favor of another that we believe knows
better than we do. The “truth” is never something we have to be persuaded to
believe, it’s something that comes from within as a basic form of
“self-awareness” as to how we feel in relationship with the outer forces we’re
interacting with. We’re always choosing both unconsciously and consciously in
any given moment to either make decisions based on what we know internally or
what we’re being influenced by externally. We’re always either allowing our
Higher Self to show us the way and create through us, or allowing others to
make our decisions for us where we lend our will to creating our life according
to the illusions they produce. Either way, the choice is always ours.
I won’t even attempt to approach this
idea from the typical angle of scientific studies and conditioned mindsets born
out of supposed conventional education regarding nutritional value of foods, but
rather from the perspective of understanding energy and the natural laws that
govern it. Most studies presented to the public nowadays come as more of an
educated opinion created by the food and pharmaceutical companies, or that have
read and are regurgitating whatever ideas are currently considered popular and
widely accepted within various communities. When we don’t really know how to
tell truth from fiction, even the decisions made with the best of intentions
can bear unremarkable, unexpected, or even disastrous results.
All of what we can call “true wisdom”
doesn’t come from opinions and individual perspectives of some kind that’s
designed to sway you in one direction or another, but rather from a basic
understanding of universal laws, which apply to every single aspect of the
phenomenal world, and are always true in terms of understanding the fundamental
nature of things and how they operate. Universal laws demonstrate the
relationship that naturally exists between consciousness, energy, and matter. All
reality is formed by multiple planes that all work together to form what we
perceive as a single plane that are correlated with each other through a dynamic
and interactive series of correspondences. All spiritual wisdom, without
exception, is the practical understanding of how laws operate within all planes
of existence to produce a material form of a certain nature and kind. We now
know for a fact (scientifically) that all material objects are coupled with an
energetic field that acts as its “double or mirror image” (polar opposite) in
terms of how properties are organized into a coherent pattern and what
appearance and activities it takes on naturally as a result.
The only real way to look at the true nature of any kind of “food”, is through an understanding of how these law operate to produce its energetic and chemical constitution. The energy in our food is what works to likewise produce our energetic and chemical constitution in consuming, breaking down, assimilating, and utilizing it where it becomes an essential part of us. All matter as we know it is produced or “grown” from mysterious invisible forces that act to organize various combinations of elements to produce cells which then begin systematically replicating and differentiating to produce a whole plant or being. All genetic information used to construct something comes as pairs of opposites that are combined to form sequences through a process of “natural selection”. What’s selected and what’s not is determined by the Life-force energy that acts to form it into a specific type of structure that vibrates at a certain rate, making the form ideal for absorbing (resonating with) and utilizing specific types of complementary energies available in its immediate environment.
The Life-force energy is what acts to
animate a seed of a specific species causing it to begin growing while organizing
its physical structure and thereby determining what type and kind it becomes. A
seed is produced as a combination of information (genetics) obtained from the
parents (male and female) who share complementary information as the means of producing
the genetic information inherent in the seed as its potential for growth and
development. Most of the energy that governs the material plane is electromagnetic
in nature as both active and passive qualities that together form a functional
third as their offspring.
The essence of a seed can be thought of as the “soul” of the plant. The soul is the etheric double as an energetic blueprint used to organize the information contained within the DNA into a specialized pattern of a specific nature. This sequenced genetic information determines how it forms and what it acts to naturally “absorb” from the atmosphere, soil, water, and various forms of consciousness that exists in near proximity to it. These elements naturally make up what’s referred to in Spiritual Sciences as the “4 Elements of the material world”, out of which all beings of the Earth are formed into specialized patterns by the Life-Force energy that activates, holds it together, and animates it.
essence is the energies that give life to an entity and forms its nature as a
vibratory frequency. The material form of a thing has no life unless it’s
“ensouled” by a living force that serves to grow and determine it. As
information comes to life and begins absorbing and organizing Elements into a
living being, it forms a structure out of coalesced light that acts as a form
of empty shell or neutral body for the Life-Force to concentrate and express
certain qualities. This shell that’s constructed out of primal intelligence (instinct)
and Life-force energy acts as a kind of neutral housing for accumulating
energies and determines what elements it acts to naturally resonate with, and thereby
absorb and assimilate that are inherent in the space (astral field) around it.
Everything in the material and energetic sense of formation are based on
vibration, resonance, sympathetic induction, and coherence as a harmonic unification
based on a constant process of regeneration that utilizes new variations of the
same type of energies in order to continue constructing itself.
Whatever we use to get energy from, we use to form our energetic constitution to be of the same nature, evolving it to different states of the same basic type and kind. The same kind of plant, for example, grown in different soil and climate, will have different chemical properties based on the combinations formed from what nutriments it naturally acts to absorb from the soil, air, and water it’s growing in. A certain type of plant will absorb certain chemical nutriments, while a different plant will absorb a different array of properties. This forms the basis for agricultural practice of compatible planting and crop rotation, as well as allowing periods of rest in order for the soil to rejuvenate after being depleted of certain nutriments. All forms of nourishment as the plants essence and active properties are ultimately obtained from the natural elements available to it that it uses to construct itself, and the energy it obtains from the stars (sun) that causes minerals and metals to grow that act to refortify the Earth.
All material forms can therefore be seen
and understood as simply being containers for the vital energies they house.
The outside appearance and constitution of a material object or being simply
allows us to identify what type of energy it contains. A plant is “killed” and
considered dead when its physical constitution has been altered to the point
where it’s no longer an appropriate container for the Life-force energy to
inhabit and express through. Plants aren’t killed by picking their fruits or
even pulling them out of the ground by their roots, and will continue to mature
and ripen through live enzymes and active properties. While we have a tendency
to think that death is something that happens instantaneously, in fact, it’s
actually a gradual process that usually happens over a period of a couple of
days. The etheric body or energetic double of a living being lingers for a
period time intact before it begins disintegrating and returning back into the
original elements that formed it.
When a plant is cooked at high temperatures, or refined by changing its energetic and chemical composition, it releases its life-giving energies, and they’re no longer available by eating or drinking them. What this means is that their nutritional value is significantly reduced or eliminated altogether, making it a “dead food source”. In other words there’s no energy to be obtained from it. This is why most processed foods are “fortified” by adding certain vitamins and minerals, which are of course synthetic in nature, meaning they’re also highly processed and contain no “actual” nutritional value that can be assimilated and utilized by your body. Our body needs the full array of the chemical properties naturally present in food in order to be able to utilize it as fuel.
Whole Foods – the Complementary
Nature of Passive and Active Properties
Another huge form of ignorance that’s prevalent in our modern concept of nutrition and health is that we typically think that only what we call the “active properties” or ingredients are important or meaningful. Yet the entire material world and all forms of growth, regeneration, and the means for forming our material substance is based on both active and passive (masculine and feminine) properties that are complementary to each other and work in relationship with each other to form both our inner essence and physical health, both of which are analogous to each other. The passive components are necessary in order to break down and fully utilize the active ones. It’s the passive components of the food we eat that stimulate the active ones in our body, which then produces its own nutrition. We don’t necessarily need to get nutrition in its full form from our food, but rather the proper ingredients that our body needs to produce its own. For example, we don’t need to eat protein in its whole, already made form; we simply need to get the necessary amino acids for our body to make proteins. Science is only now beginning to understand the importance of what they call micro-nutrients, enzymes, pigments, and so on, in helping to properly assimilate and utilize the full nutrition available in a plant.
Once we become aware of the importance of eating whole, natural and organically grown foods as the means of not only acquiring their energetic essence, but also in being able to fully utilize it once acquired, we can begin using this knowledge to not only intelligently select what we eat, but also in how we go about preparing it. All of what we call “processing” comes by how it’s prepared. Much of the problem we’re now facing is not just in the constitution of the food itself, but also how it’s prepared, or what happens when we “process and refine” food, often completely changing its chemical composition and releasing all of its Life-force energy, killing it.
The Benefits of Eating Live Food
Whenever we’re talking about the energy in food, we have to look at the entire process undertaken to raise it, and the environment and method in which it was grown. We acquire our energy as nutriments from whatever food we eat and drink. As we consume it, we break-down the physical structure of the shell itself, releasing the Life-force energy contained within it, which we then use to fuel our own biological activities and regenerate our molecular structure to be of the same type of energy, and as a result produce the same type of energetic condition as our mental, emotional, and physical health. Like always begets more of what’s like itself. In processed foods its structure has already been altered and the life-giving energy released from it. It becomes what we can think of as “dead food”, which means it has no energetic value and contains only remnants of the physical properties still inherent in its substance.
Along with the various methods used to
prepare processed foods, we also have to look at how we’re being taught to
prepare foods through various cooking methods. I’m not going to enter the
debate on how it affects what we call the “actual nutritional value”, because
of course none of us really know for sure, but only consider the energetic
aspect as the “Life-force contained within the food” which is what actually
determines its nutritional value in terms of assimilation and the fuel it
provides by releasing the energy contained within it. Energy is what acts to
produce the electrical impulses that activate natural biological processes
within the body and is what determines how it’s overall condition and how it
functions as a correlation.
This idea is very easy to understand for anyone who has taken basic chemistry or biology in school and for those who are educated in occult sciences and realize that all transformation is achieved through the element of “fire” (heat). As we heat up any physical substance, we begin systematically altering its chemical make-up. The greater and more direct the heat, the more pronounced its transmutation. Once the physical structure that houses the energy of a substance is altered to a certain degree, it’s no longer appropriate for housing the energy that grew, organized, and formed it. As the structure of an object is altered, the Life-force energy is discharged and released, and the food itself becomes lifeless. This means it no longer possesses any life-giving energy, and only contains dead remnants (etheric substance) of the energy it was once infused with.
Anytime we kill food as the means of
eating it, it acts likewise to kill us by failing to re-energize us with
electromagnetic properties and introduces instead a form of toxic substance. Processed
foods and those prepared by way of certain methods are the leading cause of
illness, disease, and cancers within our modern day society. This is
self-evident by the fact that when life leaves a substance, there’s no longer
any activity and the Life-force that was organizing and “holding it together”
ceases (leaves it), causing it to begin disintegrating and putrefying. It
begins rotting and decaying and will make you sick if you eat it. This is why
processed foods are sterilized through cooking methods and ad so many chemical preservatives
and flavor enhancers just to keep it looking and tasting like real food.
Food that’s cooked at high temperatures discharges all of the energy the food contains and the chemical components that make up its constitution are likewise altered. Foods that are “steamed” and softened through indirect heat at a lower temperature, may not actually kill the food, but still alters its outer structure and inner chemical composition, which is why as it softens it also tastes different. Cooking at just about any temperature kills live enzymes and other chemical properties necessary to efficiently break-down, utilize and assimilate the nutriments still contained in the food. Different properties are altered at different rates based on the type, degree, and direct contact of the heat. Food that boiled at high temperature for a long period of time, discharge the Life-force energies and contain no live enzymes and very few actual nutrients. Animal foods that contain high amounts of fat are rendered toxic through searing, charbroiling, and frying.
Microwave ovens are not only hazardous to use in terms of the propagation of the waves themselves and the outer exposure, but also in terms of “how they cook food”. Unlike convention stove top methods of cooking, a microwave heats food from the “inside out” rather than from the outside in. As the microwave heats the food internally it “shatters” (explodes) the cells of the food, releasing all life-giving energy while simultaneously infusing it with radiation. We end up with dead food of very little nutritional value that’s a radioactive substance that we then consume and use to energetically fortify our energetic body and molecular structure.
This problem is further compounded by the fact that most “microwaveable foods” are highly processed and loaded with unnatural chemicals, and usually cooked in plastic containers. In this case we’re starting with food that’s already void of life-energies and of very little nutritional value, loaded with synthetic chemicals, which are also saturated with chemical contaminants of the plastic containers, and turned into a radioactive dead substance. Plastics, which are synthetic themselves, are loaded with toxic chemicals, some of which imitate hormones and are endocrine blockers that also “leak” their chemical toxins into the food through temperature inversions, especially heat. But like most things, we continue to eat them due to ignorance about what’s happening, because it tastes good (flavor enhancers), and of course they’re cheap, easy, and convenient.
Animal Products – Recycled Energy
Animals that we eat as food are usually mammals, avian, and fish of some kind, which are of a similar nature to us biologically, and metabolize food in much the same way we do. They also have endocrine systems that regulate all physical processes and mental states through chemical messengers known as hormones. Hormones are produced a number of ways, but most notably through events and the experiences they bring that alter their state in order for them to react in the most appropriate and beneficial way possible in order to “preserve their life”. All animals share the subconscious aspect of the mind with us, whose main motive is “self-preservation”, and are emotionally driven to produce instinctual (automatic) behaviors as a means of survival.
Hormones are produced from electrical impulses received and interpreted by the subtle energy centers of the body (chakras) that in turn act to regulate the endocrine system as the means of instantly altering their “state” to produce a natural way of behaving and functioning. Whatever energies are active and expressing in the atmosphere around them are absorbed, decoded, and converted into proper electrical signals that run through their nervous system and serve to operate all major systems of the body in a coordinated fashion. Energetic essences are constantly being produced and transmitted through the air where they become an unconscious stimulus that’s designed to produce an appropriate action of some sort that doesn’t require realization of any kind, the need to think about it, or make any actual decisions as to what to do. All chemical messengers as hormones are circulated throughout the body through the blood stream. The blood of any being (which is comparable chlorophyll in plants) contains its “essence” as all the accumulated energies it acts to naturally absorb from its environment and successfully integrate, and is the “energetic summation” of all of its life experiences.
Animals are “sentient beings” that possess a certain level and type of consciousness, and are self-preserving in terms of “clinging to life”. This Is self-evident by the fact that when an animal is being killed, or feels its life is threatened in some way, it “freaks out” and does everything in its power to get away and escape it, or fight for its life just like we do. As they begin panicking, their whole system is saturated with hormones that instinctively produce the “fight or flight response”. Their blood chemistry and muscles are “infused” with the energies that produce a feeling of stress and fear in us. As fear sets in all blood flow is slowed down to the brain and major organs and is redirected to the muscles in order to run or fight, and so the “meat” of the animal, which is primarily the muscle, is infused with these type of hormones and act to produce that same mental and emotional state in us by eating it. As we consume the flesh of animals, we’re consuming their blood and all the chemistry of their experiences, which produce the same kind of “mental state and natural behaviors” in us. Our modern western society is currently being grossly overtaken with chronic forms of stress, fear, and anxiety from a seemingly “unknown” source.
In a similar fashion, animals that are deprived of “quality of life” and confined to an environment that causes them to feel pain, suffer emotionally, and live in a chronic state of poor health, produce a “product of the same nature”. Our food supply has moved to an “industrialized” organization that’s brutal in the most basic sense of the idea and raises animals in a form of assembly-line process of mass production that turns out a product of extremely low quality. Animals are not only mass produced in small facilities where they live in crowded and often filthy conditions, but are then pumped full of growth hormones to mature and fatten them up in a fraction of the time it normally takes, then pumped full of antibiotics to keep infection and disease at a minimum long enough to slaughter them. The method used for killing them is usually inhumane and causes them to experience terror. Their entire life, which is often only a few months, is spent in an environment that causes depression, fear, stress, and anxiety while in a bacteria infested pin, yard, or warehouse where they’re often further abused by the people caring for them. Some never even experience the feeling of sunlight on their body or roaming freely in a grassy countryside. All because we take an attitude that their only purpose in life is to be food for us.
Our modern day society is currently plagued with not only physical ailments and cancers, but also mental and emotional “conditions” whose causes have yet to be accurately identified. Depression, which is usually formed from a constant form of anxiety without an obvious reason, is currently an epidemic in the western world where meat is being produced in an industrialized fashion and has become our main staple diet. Many people have been trained to eat meat at every meal. All energy, which is a form of consciousness, comes through a basic process of photosynthesis in plants as a direct form of a neutral-like essence, that’s then eaten and metabolized by animals and people. Plants don’t have the same animal-mammalian body as we do, and don’t produce hormones as emotional states that “give us” the same “type of experiences”.
Plants grow out of the mineral kingdom, and animals eat plants, converting the raw energy contained within them into blood chemistry as a form of interpretation, that people (who are animals also) then eat, acquiring energy of the sun that has been transmuted to include mental and emotional states that affect them in the same manner. As a basic rule, whatever we consume, absorb, and take in, whether energy, air, water, or food, and we integrate in order to energize and build our substance out of, we become like in nature. By eating only live plant food that doesn’t contain blood, we acquire a direct source of energy that optimizes the fuel of our whole system, energizing us without altering our mood and setting the premise for how we behave.
The most fundamental law that governs all of life is the Law of Vibration. Every single thing and being vibrates at a certain rate and mode that has a specialized pattern as a structuring mechanism for organizing all the elements available to it into a similar life form. Whatever we consume and become one with in essence, we become like in nature, and act to not only produce the same type of mental state with as a certain type of perception and experience, but also take on the same type of emotions and behaviors. All behaviors are emotionally driven at an unconscious level. How we feel determines how we think and act. Because all of this happens at the energetic, unconscious level, we often don’t intuitively make the connection and realize what’s actually happening. The process of cause and effect that we’re constantly engaged in can completely elude us in the most ordinary sense, because the effect takes time to accumulate to the point where it manifests as an actual condition of some kind. All things are built up through an accumulative process of energetic acquisition that eventually alters our physical health.
The Process of Regeneration
Our body regenerates itself structurally
within different times frames, and we have a completely new body, bones (most
dense) and all, every seven years. Because of this it can take several years of
accumulating the same energies for illness, disease, and cancers to develop. Many
people who don’t necessarily manifest specific physical diseases due to their
diet, still suffer from poor mental and emotional health through various forms
of depressions, stress, chronic anxiety, feelings of hopelessness, lack of
motivation to change their life and habits, and by maintaining negative and
destructive emotional states and attitudes.
Energy is primal in nature, which means it initiates the process that forms a series of correspondences as a chain-of-association that produces an equal or greater effect mentally, emotionally, and physically. This chain reaction is an energetic flow that moves both ways as a form of infinity that both descends and ascends simultaneously. Just as our mental state produces emotions of the same nature, which motivate all of our behaviors and activities, what we take in and become one with in our environment, likewise affects our emotional state which then drives and determines our thoughts. Whatever we think about and how we feel as a result, are directly correlated to each other.
As creative beings we’re bestowed with
self-awareness and the ability to realize truth through intuitive realizations
of various sorts. These realizations provide us with the means for making calculated
decisions that act to direct all of our activities. We’re always the one
producing our health by what we choose to eat, drink, and associate with. We
can’t use the excuse that we didn’t know any better and are therefore not
responsible for what we create, or claim to not “deserve” what happens to us
that were actually self-induced and willfully undertaken.
Our ability to make informed and intelligent decisions isn’t based on who else’s opinion we accept as fact and therefore adopt as our own, but rather through our ability to understand the Natural Laws at work in any situation that provides us with the truth that’s not always outwardly apparent and equips us with the proper means for creating ourselves with a sense of awareness and intention. In fact (not theory), there’s no such things as universal injustice or being a victim to others, because everything we do to ourselves comes as a demonstration of our true knowledge and awareness, and comes through the volition of our own decisions and the actions that result from them. We are all bestowed with the higher creative capacity of choice and will and it’s up to us to care enough to seek out the knowledge it takes to make what we deem “good decisions”. It doesn’t matter so much if we’re right or wrong in our decisions, but rather that they’re truly “our decisions” and not made for us by another. The only point in life is to learn how to create ourselves through our higher capacities of realization, choice, and free will to be an individual of our own making.
It doesn’t take long to realize that in life all things exist in relationship to each other. There’s really no such thing as an independent or solitary act. Everything comes as a result of something else, or as a synchronized series of events that play out over a period of time. While we can say that “no choice” is a choice, or that unconscious decisions that are seemingly made without awareness or in a deliberate manner, that are based primarily on feelings, emotions, or impulses of some sort, are still using your will because you’re willingly acting them out, this is passive use of the will that likewise creates in our life in an unconscious manner. Choice and will, like all faculties of the mind and soul, exist in both active and passive form based on awareness and deliberate action, or without direct awareness and in an automatic fashion.
Anytime we’re aware of choice, and we negotiate it in an intentional manner, it usually comes as a decision between a conditioned response and a conflict of some sort as a conscience or inner awareness that makes us hesitate and resist it, and so we look for other options. Whenever we make an “actual” and true decision in a fully aware and intentional manner, we naturally leave all other options we were previously debating behind and move forward to create the choice we’ve made as our reality. We remove our attention from all other ideas, become single-minded, focusing exclusively on the reality of our choice, and we direct all of our attention and actions into creating it. Once our mind is made up and all conflict dissolves, our only movement becomes directed by the imagined reality of our decision, and we act systematically to create it. This is why “choice and free will” are always presented together, because they’re different aspects of the same creative process.
If we experience the inability to do something that we believe we’ve chosen to do, it’s due to the fact that we haven’t truly made the decision for it, but are still bartering, debating, and negotiating it. It can be showing us that we still harbor inner conflict around it, still have attachments of some kind to what we’re deciding against, or we have conflicting beliefs and values of some sort that are holding us to indecision. Often our emotions and feelings are contradicting it or wanting something different than our rational, reasoning mind, and so our mind is divided. Anytime there’s a division between the subconscious and conscious mind, with one aspect of the mind acting to contradict or counteract the other one, we sit in limbo not knowing what to do, always going back and forth, sabotaging our own efforts, never actually able to settle on one or the other, until someone or something makes the decision for us and we no longer have a choice in the matter.
While there’s a tendency for society to tell you to pick “one over the other”, to follow your heart and not your mind (as if they’re different things), the fact is, it’s always about a balance between the two. An alignment that forms a single mind as a single goal, free of all conflict, that works dynamically in-sync with each other to create the reality of that choice. Anytime we pose one aspect against another, we’re doomed to failure or a seeming success that merely forms the foundation for inner turmoil and conflict to play out as a constant realization of betraying ourselves in some way. Thought and emotion, intellect and feeling, heart and head, are always unified, one producing and sustaining the other. There’s no such thing as a division in the true sense of the word. The masculine and feminine aspects are only capable of creating when forming union that produces an offspring that’s a combination of the two. They always act in unison as “one idea” that produces the material reality as a correspondence of that idea.
The Power of Emotions
Making a “true decision” where all aspects are aligned and agree, can often be quite difficult, and may actually come over a period of time while different aspects that negate the desired outcome in some way are played out and explored in greater depth, so that the necessary realizations can be obtained, which serves to confirm what you need to decide. Our subconscious, which is the seat of all of our conditioning as our mental paradigm, habitual tendencies, regular emotional states, and dynamics that are magnetic and compulsive in nature, seeks only to maintain the status quo as a form of self-preservation by continuing to play out the thematic dynamics that we’ve built our identity around, and need to keep playing out somehow in order to maintain our “sense of self”.
We keep casting ourselves in the roles we know how to play, and telling the story we know how to tell and do so in a natural, automatic, and compulsive fashion. We’re magnetically drawn to it even when intellectually and through reasoning we know we don’t want to be or shouldn’t. It works through our emotions, which are often gripping and intense, holding us captive to passions and intense emotional experiences that saturate our body with the chemistry and hormones of the emotions, satisfying a form of addiction. Emotions, being the motivating force of the subconscious mind and body, which is habitual and automatic in nature, are habit forming and we literally become addicted to them, even when we hate ourselves for doing it. Emotions, which are the driving force of instinct, are designed to produce automatic behavior that don’t require will, thought and decision, or self-awareness of any kind. We become addicted to pain just as easily as we do pleasure, because they’re both a drug produced internally that we become dependent on and use not only to create and maintain our state of mind, but also to create our reality out of, which is how we act in an indirect manner on ourselves to create ourselves.
Anytime emotions and passions go against reasoning and rational thought, they nearly always win, because they’re experience as a strong internal sensation that’s very compelling with a form of urgency, whereas clear thought is more neutral and something we seem to experience in more of a dissociated perspective of witnessing as being outside of or above the situation looking at it from the perspective of a “whole” rather than in it as a “part of it”. Once emotions take hold and grip us in some way, usually through memory of some kind that’s used to create in the present, it tends to cloud and control our thinking through a form of seductive persuasion, making it difficult to resist.
When this happens, decisions usually come as a gradual process, where once the desire to change becomes persistent, and we continue playing out the emotional dramas preventing us from implementing them, we begin having realizations about them that start dissolving the illusion we’ve built around them, loosening their grip, and they begin disintegrating and falling away. Once we have a notion as the desire to change in some manner, breaking an established pattern, it tends to steadily grow until it reaches fruition as an actual decision that we begin acting on to make it an actual reality, leaving the old behind and starting something new.
The Power of Belief
In a like manner, we can appear to have made a decision, and started it in motion, while maintaining a belief of some kind that prevents it, causes a feeling of conflict somehow, or results in what seems like the inability to take action, or not knowing what to do. Beliefs can be quite difficult to identify because they form the very basis of our experience of reality, and we often mistake them as being “fact or true”. Belief and the reality formed from it is the most basic and prevalent demonstration of the “power of the mind to create reality”. We create the experience of our beliefs perfectly without realizing that it’s our own creation, and is not real or true at all in the objective sense. Because many of them come from actual experience in terms of how we “interpreted” the events of our life by telling ourselves a story about them, we don’t realize that we actually made them up using our imagination (will). Likewise, we’re also taught certain ideas that we accepted as being factual or true, and use as the foundation for building entire networks that are all based on the same belief system, and accepting the ideas of others that were given to us and willingly adopted by us as our own thoughts. Usually the only way to upsurge a belief and bring it back into a fluid and negotiable state, is by introducing contradictory evidence that proves it wrong, one-sided, or reveals it as a skewed version. While many choose instead to argue against, deny, or ignore altogether anything that serves to shine light on the validity of long held beliefs, this too is a decision that we willingly act out and employ as the means of creating the reality it implies.
When we always act to defend our beliefs instead of being willing to consider other possibilities, we condemn ourselves to the confinement of the reality of those beliefs. When we feel we’ve made a clear and conscious decision to change our life in some way, no longer running on memory and autopilot, and are confronted with what seems like the inability to act in order to create it, or the “path to take” in moving in the new direction, it’s usually due to a conflicting and limiting belief of some sort. We know when both aspects of our mind are in alignment with each other when we make a decision that lacks any kind of inner conflict, and we feel a sense of passion and urgency in acting to create it. We don’t have to figure anything out, we’re not stumped or confused, lacking motivation of the drive to do it, but instead, from that point on direct all of our attention and energy into actively moving forward on it and systematically producing it.
Knowing What to Do
The idea of being aware of the need or ability to make a decision puts us in the position of actually creating in a conscious and intentional manner. We create our decisions by focusing and concentrating our full attention on them, and consistently acting on them in whatever way is immediately apparent. We move forward with the attitude of being and doing. It’s very natural for us to not necessarily “know what to do” or how to be when we’re stepping into something new, because we don’t have memory or previous experience to go on. All new actions and creations come to us, not as a whole idea or plan laid out in detail for us to follow, but as a desire for what we’ve chosen, and a notion about how to start. If we simply act on what we know to do while remaining focused on our intention and desired outcome, it starts a process in motion that comes as an intuitive and synchronistic unfolding where one idea leads to another, and investigating or penetrating one aspect reveals the next aspect as the “next step”. We’re often required to have faith in the fact that if we simply act on what we do know and therefore step into it and start the process in motion, that the next step will become apparent.
Stepping into the Unknown
All well laid out “action plans”, so to speak, come as the result of rehashing and reformulating past memories to form what appears to be a new idea, yet in reality, is merely a new version of an old idea. When we form a truly new idea as a reality for creating, it usually comes through a part of us that’s always been there, urging us on to “become” who we truly are as our dream for our life that we negotiated away in an attempt to conform to the ideas of society imposed on us and the need to fit in, and we step into the flow of life by embracing an inspiration that comes to us seemingly from out of nowhere (though its often been there forever), that takes hold within us, becoming relentless and persistent. Once we receive it as an intimate connection that appeals to our true self, urging us on and encouraging us, it can almost become an obsession. An idea for our life that we can’t seem to let go of because it speaks to us with a vivid honesty as a form of promise that restores hope and the fulfillment of our true purpose and mission in life.
All truly inspired ideas come to us by resonating with our deepest parts, the ones that we remain unfamiliar with while having a deep longing for, crying out to be free, shrouded and suffocated by illusions that we blindly accept as our fate, surrendering our true destiny and condemning our soul to a wasted and meaningless life. These form the big, life-altering decisions. The ones that are truly difficult to make, because in doing so, our identity and who we’ve been up to that point becomes compromised, and is no longer validated and sustained. To follow it, make the decision to surrender to our higher calling, means our entire previous life situation and roles will change, sometimes drastically, and we’ll be left scrambling, faced with the unknown, new conditions and circumstances, a new way of being that requires trust and a belief in ourselves and our inherent ability to know what to do when faced with brand new options that only guarantee uncertainty.
When we make a decision to be and do something different in our life, especially when we’re older and have an established lifestyle and habitual patterns that we’ve built our identity around, where we have no past memory to go off of, we realize that the path unfolds through the series of decisions we’re making moment by moment as we go. In this total newness comes true creativity. Every decision, no matter how minute, becomes about “who am I?” What do I want to create? Who am I going to be, here, now, in this moment? What am I going to do, how am I going to act, and what consequences will result? We start getting a true feeling for how we actually create our lives through our everyday choices and actions, often for the first time as an adult.
Once we’re cast into a life that we just sort of ended up in through an unconscious and natural process of growing up, where decisions seem to be made for us by our situation and responsibilities, and we fall into the habit of making decisions in an unconscious manner where they’re made for us or we simply accept them, and even when we maintain an awareness of what we want to do instead, we choose to give it up in favor of what we feel we need and should do. After a while we find ourselves living life in an automatic and habitual fashion where the only decisions we have to make is what to eat for dinner, or what to watch on TV, and even those decisions can be made for us by others. We can slowly fall into the reality of never having to make decisions and actually creating something new, and instead just act to maintain the habitual pattern already established and go with the flow by coasting through our life.
To make true decisions that bring about change and create in a conscious way requires a form of courage and willingness to create something new and unfamiliar. It can mean giving up security and established success, or a glorified self-image, and wiping the slate clean, starting all over with a brand new idea for yourself and your life. When we make one decision and actually act to create the reality of that decision, it naturally leads to the need to consistently make more decisions, because you’re the creator and they’re not being made for you by someone else. When this happens a new sense of freedom comes about, and you start getting a real sense of who you actually are. Anytime and unconscious process becomes conscious, we gain tremendous insights into unfamiliar aspects of ourselves that remained hidden, subdued, or just barely out of sight. Naturally with this awareness and freedom comes the true responsibility for what we create and who we become through our own volition. We can no longer dodge responsibility or blame our shortcomings on others. This realization alone can be as terrifying as it is empowering.
Many people go through their entire life with decisions that are being made for them by others, or simply complying with the general consensus and trained mindset of society. Many “fall into a situation” in what seems like a haphazard method of chance, because they were creating from an unaware state with no realization of the consequences or end results of the actions. Many start off not knowing for sure what they want to do, then as they go along just end up in situations that seem to dictate the course of their life for them, and they feel trapped, or something about it becomes more important than their freedom to decide, and so they choose it instead, going with it till the situation ends or drastically changes somehow, then, they’re right back where they started. Drifting aimlessly into an abyss with no sense of purpose or vision for their life, scared and filled with an unbearable sense of dread and insecurity. Having lived so long without the ability to create through active use of choice and will, they feel lost and confused, and as if they have no ability to move their life in a new direction. Usually, without even knowing what direction they want their life to move in. When this happens, they usually simply find a new situation that they can wrap themselves around, and continue on their way, choosing to remain unconscious in the most basic sense of the word.
All true creativity comes through a balanced and aligned mind, where feelings, emotions, and desire are the motivating force and formative factor of thought as an imagined idea. To decide on something is to choose an idea that you then act to willfully create. You direct all of your attention (undivided mind) and activities into the fulfillment of your decision. Choice gives us a vision as a firm idea that we’re then required to create. In this same way, an artist decides what feeling they want to capture and express by becoming one with it. They envision that idea as a sensory reality in a way that invokes a love for it, and then they go about doing what’s necessary to create it. They engage in whatever course of action is necessary to produce it. Naturally this requires great skill that only comes through constant practice and a sense of diligence.
So if you’re struggling with creating what you want, or making the necessary decisions in your life to better it somehow, and you’re always going back and forth, or never actually being able to bring yourself to do what seems like a “big move”, just allow yourself to reflect on and become aware of all that comes up in relation to it as a conflicting feeling or idea. Then, go into each conflicting idea in depth in order to gain whatever realization about it that you need in order to make a true decision as to whether or not to continue with it, tweak and reformulate it, or leave it behind and quit thinking about it altogether. As you gain insight into what it is that’s preventing you from making a decision, you’ll know what other decisions you need to make first. Because decisions for change require sacrifice of some kind, they can produce a lot of inner turmoil that will need resolving in order to reside peacefully in that decision.
We know when we’ve actually made a decision because we’re no longer debating it while considering other options, and we simply go about creating it. We hold an idea firmly in our mind with no inner conflict or anxiety around what we have to give up in achieving it, and we feel a sense of purpose and inspiration in regards to it. A feeling of devotion and dedication to it fills us, and we feel peaceful and content in the reality of it. All distractions fade away and focus all activity towards producing it. We move forward with a clear conscience and a feeling of certainty, and no longer look back or miss what we left behind. We’re filled with a sense of excitement and anticipation, alive with the true power to create the life we desire in an intentional and deliberate manner. We gain a new sense of ourselves that becomes a self-perpetuating force, and we fall in love with life as our own creation and ourselves as our own creator.
Dr. Linda GadboisConsultant for Integrative Mind-Body Medicine, Personal Transformation and Spiritual Mentor
Though science and religion seem posed against each other throughout our modern day society, in ancient societies they actually originated as the same thing. These ideas are now separated only by the onslaught of what we have come to call “religion” and “science”, in terms of how each person perceives what we call a higher power, or the terminology that’s now used to describe the invisible forces that underlie and serve as the substrata for the material world. Both exist as an entirely different paradigm that’s used to view the same outer, material world in different ways, and as a result, create different realities around them as a personal creation and a way of experiencing what is in fact, the same idea.
What we call Spiritual Sciences, like all fields of study, requires an even different paradigm to view the world in a cohesive manner, and while it embraces all ideas that are inherent in both the areas of science and religion, it forms more of a unification of both that form a completely different way of looking at the world in order to see its true nature and significance. Yet, Spiritual Sciences, which can also be thought of as mind, soul, or consciousness science, is the most fundamental science there is that serves to produce or make all the others possible, because the “paradigm” necessary to produce a specialized perception of the world “as” something specific and therefore different, is a product of the mind itself. So all sciences and religions are formed as a personalized conception as a product of the mind, which is what makes feeling, thinking, and imagining possible. In order to form an idea around something that doesn’t come from pure “sensory observation”, we have to form a conceptual reality out of it that “assigns meaning to it”. The meaning we give something creates a personal reality as our story about something, that’s strictly a product of the mind of the individual as a personalization (personalized version) that reshapes it by way of their own mental paradigm. Again, all of which is a product of the mind.
All versions of reality, whether we call them atheist, religious, scientific, pagan, or something else, is the result of the individual paradigm being used to form them as a “believable reality”, even if it’s only believable to the person forming it. Those who form their version of reality out of a different paradigm can’t see the same reality, and therefore it doesn’t exist as “real” for them. Other versions not only can’t be seen, conceptualized, or realized through your model, but they can’t be explained, described, rationalized, or reasoned using your model either. So an argument, which is really one mental concept or “model of the world” pent against another is a meaningless conversation with no satisfactory resolution, that usually fails to realize in the most basic sense that what you’re really talking about is what we call common terminology. All terms, such as God, mind, science, the universe, and so on, are more like symbols and metaphors meant to represent and idea that have a different meaning for everyone that uses them. And while one may feel that their contrasting evidence that disproves the other is blatant and easy to see, in fact, to the other person, who’s operating out of a different model, it seems irrational, unreasonable, and makes no sense at all. This is often because both parties fail to recognize the most fundamental law of all that they both share in common, which is what allows them to have diverse and contrasting perceptions of the same idea, and that is their “mind as a mental paradigm” or structured model that is literally producing their perception of reality.
A Spiritual Scientist walks between worlds and sees life, not as one or the other, but as a magical unified reality that holds and supports an infinite number of variations as personalized versions of a metaphorical or symbolic idea. While many are oriented within the material plane looking out, and imagine the spiritual world of invisible ideas to be symbolic of the material, the fact is, when oriented from the perspective of the spiritual (energetic) plane of cause, the material is symbolic of the spiritual, and can be interpreted in an infinite number of ways to form different versions of the same basic idea. There is no such thing as right and wrong in the ultimate sense, there’s only one version and another version, both of which are right and real to the person creating it, and come strictly as a product of their mental model which is what forms their perception of the outer reality in terms of how it “appears” to them. How things appear to us come through our perceptual lens as a filtering mechanism that activates and pull out some aspects, while deactivating and moving to the background other aspects, reformulating it to take on a novel and unique version as one possibility out of an infinite number of possibilities.
I often get asked if I “believe in God”, which many see as the defining question that puts me on one side of the fence or the other, and I never really know how to answer that question in a way that will be comprehensible to the person asking. I usually say something like, “well ya, but what you’re calling God and what I see as God are probably entirely different things, so my answer to that question probably won’t make sense to you, because my model doesn’t support that type of question in a meaningful way, and can’t be used to validate and prove the idea one way or the other”. I find the question itself a bit confusing, because that type of question isn’t even a thought process in my mind. I don’t have a “this or that” mentality that pledges allegiance to one extreme over the other, but rather see both extremes as existing simultaneously in relationship to each other as the contrast necessary to define one or the other, and see both as being different perspectives on what ultimately exists as the same thing.
All of life exists as a divine paradox, and all personalized versions of reality arise out of this paradox as one way of looking at it, and form a unique experience of an archetypal or universal idea. So to me, in my paradigm and way of seeing the world, science and God are different aspects of the same idea, and do not exist a part from each other or where one serves to disprove the other. All of what we call Nature or the material world exists as the creation of the mind that perceives it. Perception itself of an “outer world” is only possible through the mind as an invisible field of information that’s doing the perceiving, and has the ability to separate one from the other in a way that makes sense to them. Science, when looked at from a certain perspective is the realization of the mind of God, and is how we explore and come to realize God through It’s expression and creation of the material world. Science is what proves and demonstrates God as the Laws that underlie and govern the entire material world. There’s no such thing as one existing apart from the other, because they’re the same thing, varying only by degrees as an energetic state or vibratory frequency.
The division of God from the material world, or religion and science, is a man-made concept that poses one extreme of the same idea against them other. What we now call religion, formed the idea of God as a monotheistic idea that’s presented and perceived as an “entity” that lives a part from Its own creation – “out there” somewhere that we pray too – and sees the study of the Natural world that we live in as separate and different from God, and therefore the sects that supposedly “worshiped nature” are called “atheists”. And those who perceived or connected with God “through Nature”, are called Pagans. Yet, in another way, it’s the religious sects that may be viewed as true atheists and pagans, because they have formed an idea about God as a person, image, or idol that’s separate from the natural world as God’s very own creation, all without seeming to realize that what makes their perception possible, is their mind. The mind is a field of vibrating energy as information and intelligence that shapes how we perceive and experience the world that’s comprised of a set of Laws, and like all Laws exists and operates on different levels and scales, and what we call the material world exists within the Universal Mind that’s dreaming it, just like we are.
So to ask a scientist if they believe in God, is a meaningless question, because it’s based on a false or incredibly diverse idea of what we mean by the word “God”. It’s a question that only arises out of the mind (paradigm) that’s asking it, and in the very mind also that has the answer to the question that it deems appropriate or meaningful, and therefore “factual”, right, or true. And the scientist responding to the question, who usually has an entirely different take on the idea of what “God” means, forms an answer from their paradigm and perspective that seems entirely different or that doesn’t perceive Nature as God, and they conduct a controversial conversation “as if” they’re talking about the same idea. Usually without ever realizing they both exist in and live out of very different realities that are virtually incomprehensible from the others perspective.
I have made the comment that I’m spiritual, but not the least bit religious, and some know exactly how I mean this, while others find it confusing. And of course I decline having to explain it, because just the fact that I have to explain it tells me we have entirely different paradigms, and the whole basis of the conversation usually amounts to more of an argument and kind of “show down” that has no real meaning whatsoever. Because no matter how we look at something, it’s “real for us”, and therefore our “truth” about the idea as a personal creation, and that’s the way it’s supposed to be. I have nothing to prove, no need to be right (or make someone else wrong), no need to convince, or argue to defend. Because I understand, fully observe and acknowledge that everyone is operating out of their own mental paradigm, and is forming a unique version of the same idea, all of which creates how they experience the same idea to form a personalized version of it. Their version is naturally going to differ from mine, and the only actual or absolute truth that’s involved in either one, is the Law of the Mind Itself which is what’s producing our perception of reality. Truth doesn’t exist as an idea or material reality, but rather as the Universal Laws that are what’s creating them.
By acknowledging the most fundamental Laws of the Universe we’re acknowledging truth itself which fully supports all the infinite varieties as perceptions of reality that arise spontaneously out of it that are real and convincing to everyone producing an experience of reality. So to argue to defend a perspective is foolish and ultimately meaningless, because you’re failing to acknowledge and form awareness around the “Law of the Mind” as a mental paradigm that’s systematically producing it. Every single individual is producing a unique version of the same outer reality, and interprets, what is in fact an archetypal idea, in a novel and different way. No one reality is more right or true than the other, and in a sense all are illusions of our own making that when we invest in them, or proclaim them to be accurate and real, become delusions.
It’s only by changing our paradigm that we change how our outer reality appears to us. How things appear, what meaning and significance they have for us is a projection of our own mind that reorganizes everything outside of us to be of the same constitution and composition as our mental paradigm. By changing our mind, integrating and assimilating new information as ideas that serve to modify it, we simultaneously view and experience reality in a different way, seeing and able to experience things we couldn’t before. The reason we can’t see another person’s perspective and take on something, is because their mind is comprised of different information than ours and causes them to see life in a different way than we do. It doesn’t make them wrong and us right, it simply makes their experience of what we call reality different from ours. As we learn (live and earn), new ideas as the acquisition of new information that we integrate (willingly accept into) our mind that “updates it”, reforming its informational structure, we literally change the reality we live in, and can readily perceive it as real and a part of both the inner and outer reality of the mind.
Again, the only thing being right, true, and actually real, is the Laws governing the mind of the individual in producing their perspective and experience as real and true. Truth itself exists as both relative and absolute. What’s true for one person may not be true at all for another. What was true for us as a child, and formed our experience of reality, may not be true at all for us as mature adults. But it doesn’t make it “not true” because we now see things in a different light, because it came as the result of learning and growing, and served our evolution at the time. What we hold as true and therefore real today, may not be true at all in a few years, but it’s very much true for us at this moment, and in terms of how we see life. The only real truth being the Laws themselves that grow and expand our mind through the incorporation of knowledge that then becomes part of our reality. Absolute truth isn’t an individual perception as a part of reality, but the laws themselves that serve to structure the mind that’s doing the perceiving.
So to ask a religious person (meaning their reality is formed out of concepts used in a particular religion) if they believe in science, which is formed out of entirely different ideas as a type of information, can be a fruitless question that makes the false assumption that they’re talking about the same thing. Likewise, to ask a scientist if they believe in God, which indicates that there’s a difference between science and God, may be a contradictory idea, because the reality of both arise out of and can only be explained and verified by the model that’s producing them, and can’t be used in a meaningful way to answer questions that are foreign to its way of thinking. The truth is, there’s “no fence” to take one side or the other, there’s only the mind of the individual that’s producing the perception of “one or the other”. In fact, both ideas of religion and science are simply different perspectives and subjective realities of the same objective, neutral reality that only sees within that same shared natural environment what matches and can be adequately explained and described, and therefore made real, using its paradigm.
A Problem can’t be Solved from the Same Mind that Created it . . .
In order to truly understand the reality of forgiveness, we have to look squarely at the nature of what we call “reality”. Reality in the general sense that it’s commonly used, is whatever we perceive as being “real” in terms of what we naturally see in any situation, have a shared belief around, and automatically engage in with others who share the same reality with us. What’s real to us is a product of our own “quality of consciousness” which acts naturally to generate different “versions of reality” as an outer expression of an inner dialogue or imagining. Our reality, as the creation and expression of our consciousness, is formed as a story that we’re always engaged in telling (projecting) and seeing the outer world through our inner perceptual lens, which we react and interact with through the natural relationships that we form with it. What we “see” in any situation is of the same level and quality of consciousness as we are, and we act naturally to tell the same type of story by living it out through drama’s and the behaviors that ensue from those dramas through the activities inherent in our story.
This personal creation of a specific type of reality as an expression of our quality of consciousness, is an illusion of our own making out of a belief system or series of harmonious theme’s and patterns that are the natural offspring of our consciousness as a vibratory frequency. Vibration as frequencies (range of vibration) has a self-organizing mechanism inherent in it that spontaneously forms patterns. These patterns are consciousness are creative in nature and generates thematic realities as individual perceptions. This means that our vibratory frequency is a quality and level of consciousness as primarily a belief system or series of interrelated and congruent patterns that all create a cohesive and consistent version of reality as a “life theme” or drama that we perceive naturally, attract and are attracted to, and are always in the process of acting out as a life drama or certain type of experience with those of the same consciousness or indigenous thematic patterning. When we engage in these dramas with others, because they’re our own creation and therefore real to us, we are directly affected by them. We have strong feelings associated with them, and react to them (engage automatically), find them pleasurable and profound, or painful and destructive. But no matter “how” we’re affected by them, we are affected in a pronounced manner. This comes from believing them to be true instead of realizing them as the self-made delusion they really are.
As long as we’re of the same consciousness we create the same type of experiences with others, we perceive them as being capable of hurting us, attacking us, or ultimately shaping us through their perception of us and behavior towards us. Because of this “shared belief” in the reality we co-create with them and fully participate in as if it’s real, we believe that they have power over us through their ability to continue effecting us through the story we play out together, and we struggle with the idea of what it means to “forgive them” for perceived trespasses (wrong doing). We then develop an idea of what it means to forgive them from the same perspective and mind-set of the perceived injury, which, of course, is impossible to do. In this way, we simply create more illusions around the idea of what it means to forgive (in an attempt to actually do it), and continue to define ourselves (be effected by) our own delusions.
When we can gain self-realization around our own tendencies and can honestly realize that the story we’re telling ourselves about another, what happened, what they did to us, and so on, is actually an illusion or story that we made up about it that shaped how we experienced it, and what we believed to be true about it as a result, and in “seeing” this reality clearly, and therefore no longer fooled by it, we stop believing in it and acting to cooperatively participate in co-creating it by being a part of it as an imaginary story, and, in realizing this, it no longer holds true for us. Once we see the illusions of our life and no longer believe in them, or act naturally to co-create them, we no longer perceive being effected by them. Because we’re no longer effected we don’t react and produce the behavior of them anymore (being hurt, sad, humiliated, disappointed, betrayed, etc.). Once we become clear on what our part was in telling or living out the illusion as a co-creation of that types of reality and experience, it loses its hold on us, we dissociate from it, see it in a detached and objective manner, and in that moment, we realize, there’s nothing to forgive. The perception of the “need to forgive” comes from still being within or a part of the same consciousness that perceived and experienced the injury, and is reacting to it (still believing in it) by needing to no longer be effected by it (forgive). The injury and therefore the need to forgive the injury all come from sharing in the same illusion of reality or level of consciousness. Forgiveness can’t be attained through the same level of consciousness, it can only be achieved by moving into a higher level of consciousness that no longer perceives being injured by the actions of another.
Once the illusion is dissolved for us, and we realize that the other person(s) is still caught up in the illusion, and believes it’s real, and so honestly doesn’t know any better, they no longer stimulate us with their attitude and behavior towards us, or the type of activities they continue to engage in. We move into a different way of seeing the same reality that makes it seem very different and a part from us. We are no longer invested in that reality, and so don’t participate in co-creating it. Because we experience a “shift in consciousness” where we no longer perceive the same reality, we no longer attract or are attracted to it, and virtually are no longer even able to “see it”. It no longer holds us hostage by continuously thinking about it within the pain it caused, and within a very short period of time, we forget about it, and we forget about them. We go for longer and longer periods of time without thinking about them or remembering the experience we went through with them, until we hardly ever think about them, and even when we do through an association of some sort, experience it (talk about it) in a completely detached and unemotional manner. We experience the memory in a “matter of fact” way, and no longer identify with it, or the state we were in (who we were) when we willingly participated in it.
When we move to a different level of consciousness, and shift our vibratory frequency, we become fully engaged in the perception of the reality inherent in that level of consciousness. A movement to a higher level of consciousness comes by way of self-realization as a paradigm shift where we are literally of a different mind and we “become” a different person by “being” of a different quality of consciousness which engages in a whole new version of reality as its natural offspring or self-expression. We begin living a whole new story told from a new perspective and we “become” a new person by way of that story. As we shift between dimensions as qualities of consciousness, we no longer remember the previous ones, and so we truly “forget them”. They are no longer a part of us, we no longer create out of them, and we no longer identify with them. They then feel foreign to us. They are of a different frequency and no longer perceivable by our mind and soul.
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The idea of forgiveness is probably one that eludes us in the most basic sense, because we approach it from the perspective of pain and suffering that we imagine someone has caused us, and believe that to forgive “them” is to somehow let go of the pain, pretend it doesn’t exist any more, or somehow condone their behavior in terms of the experience it created for us. Even when we struggle to grasp forgiveness in theory, which gives us the basis for attempting to actually “do it”, we often find that it doesn’t work, and we still hold hard feelings and pain caused by another, that still eats at us, and we can’t seem to honestly let it go in the real sense of the word.
“To forgive is to forget”
One of the hardest things to realize about this equation is that forgiveness in the ultimate sense has nothing to do with the other person or situation we think that we need to forgive, but rather about us, as seeing whatever happened as the enactment of a larger pattern as a behavioral dynamic of some sort that acts as a mirror for helping us to “see” aspects of ourselves that are normally very difficult to see. It comes through the realization that whatever takes place in a relationship or situation, that we are very much playing a “role” in that situation, and are participating in creating the experience that it affords us.
Our lives are psychologically governed by “patterns” as life themes that we are conditioned to in our formative years, and continue to act out in various ways through the very nature of the relationships we form and the behaviors that become immediately established through the nature of our interactions. These life themes as “dramas” usually involve ideas like: betrayal, abandonment, deception, not being worthy of love, being used, not wanted or good enough, and so on. These patterns as life dramas were being acted out within the dynamics of our immediate family, friends, and daily environment while we were growing up, in which we played a part, had a role of some kind within it, was subject to the emotions and attitudes being openly displayed. These dramas formed our everyday “normal” experiences, and in an attempt to make sense out of them, we began telling ourselves a story about them that made them “mean” something ((I’m not wanted, no matter what I do it’s not good enough, etc.) The meaning we began giving things by the story we told ourselves about what was happening and why, formed the basis of what became “our story”, that we continue to develop as we grew up by using it to interpret all of our experiences that had a strong emotional impact, making them mean the same thing, and using them as the means of creating more of the same type of experiences. The meaning we gave things in order to understand them, not only means something about the people involved, and the way the world is in general, but it means the same thing about us in the context of the story we tell ourselves about it in which we are not only the main character, but also the creator of the story as a means of creating our personal experience, and the observer who’s always “watching it” as we play it out in our imagination, subjecting our self to our own story about it over and over, seating it deeply into our subconscious, which perceives it as “real”.
Whatever thematic pattern we’re conditioned to, we develop as the formative basis of our mental paradigm or vibratory frequency that forms our “perceptual lens” and how we interpret the events of our life just through how we perceive them. While we think we’re conditioned to only one role in a dynamic, we’re actually conditioned to the dynamic itself, and while we may relate to one role in that dynamic as a child, as we grow into an adult, we begin associating with the adult role in the same dynamic. As an adult, we can play any role in that dynamic, or even multiple roles at the same time, switching back and forth, and act to perpetuate the dynamic, initiating it by projecting it, and by the presumptions we’re always making as a form of anticipating or predicting, and the natural behaviors we employ as a result.
How we act when we come into relationship with others, stimulates, and calls forth the matching tendencies in them of the shared patterns, and we establish the nature of the relationship as the behaviors and attitude that forms the daily interaction where the shared theme becomes acted out in a new version. By co-creating more of the same type of experiences that leave us feeling the same way, strengthens and reinforces that dynamic in us, telling the same type of story, wrapping our identity around it to the point where it’s the only story we know how to tell. We form our mental paradigm out of that story as our “basic perception” and we can only “see” in others and situations what matches our story. We’re always in the process of telling our story through our outward persona and natural (unconscious) behaviors and general attitude, which are all natural expressions of our paradigm.
Because these patterns are engrained in our subconscious mind (our mind is structured by them) which forms all out natural and automatic behaviors, and how we’re “being” in terms of our energy and how we “feel” to others, we are actually vibrating to the frequency of that dynamic (pattern) and act to stimulate it in others by resonating with those that share the same tendencies and can cooperate naturally in acting out the same dynamic, giving both of us more of the same experiences through the natural interaction that takes place. All attraction is ultimately unconscious in nature, and comes through the quality of our energy as our emotional mind-set, which connects us energetically with those of the same quality of consciousness in our environment. When we connect, see each other, encounter each other, or actually meet directly and interact, we experience a pronounced chemistry as an “inner stimulation”. This feeling of having chemistry with someone, feeling attracted to them, is the experience of “resonance” as inner sensations that are arousing somehow. We are literally vibrating them, and they us, through “shared” qualities and life themes. We come together based on these shared qualities because we’re compatible for acting out the same idea together through the relationship we form.
Because this is all taking place at the subconscious level and comes automatically, without our direct awareness of what’s actually happening, the only way we can begin working with it consciously, is by realizing that we tend to end up in the same type of relationships with the same type of people, where the same type of experiences take place, leaving us feeling the same way. We can only act to change and evolve the stories we act naturally to tell, by gaining awareness not of the other person as separate and different from us, but as possessing and reflecting back to us the same qualities, tendencies, and relationship dynamics, that we ourselves possess. We can recognize how we feel because of the interaction, and while holding that feeling, and simply being present with it, we can see the story inherent in it as a series of associated memories.
When we change the orientation from “what they’re doing to us”, and self-reflect instead while asking ourselves “what is my part in this”? What role did I play in cooperatively acting this out to recreate my own experience? How have I felt like this before, and what story or experience was being acted out then? Is this a familiar feeling, and if so, in what way is it familiar? What memories do I naturally associate with it? And what does it remind me of? What points along the way did I get a notion or direct realization of what was happening, and what did I do or tell myself about it that explained it or made it alright and kept me “in” the relationship despite what I was realizing about how I felt? What did I sense about what was happening, and chose to pretend I didn’t notice, or interpreted it in such a way that I masked it with an illusion that secretly condoned it? What were the indications along the way that gave me a funny feeling, that I didn’t investigate or act on?
The true ability to forgive another comes only through the self-realization that they provide you with. They are acting as an outer mirror that’s reflecting back to you through a direct experience parts of you that you can’t see clearly or have covered over with a story about it that prevents you from seeing it for what it really is. Any relationship we participate in (which is all of them) is based on shared qualities that we have in common (which is why we relate) and the natural interaction that takes place through the expression of those shared qualities to tell a story as a joint experience. This brings whatever is “inside of us” (that we’re largely unaware of) outside of us, where we can view it through the experience of it in an objective manner (apart from us) as a “full pattern” that also contains aspects of ourselves normally hidden from us through some form of denial or suppression.
By realizing this, we can use our relationships and the experiences we create through them as a mirror that’s showing us who we are in our fullness. We can recognize the dynamics we are prone to and the tendencies that engage us unconsciously in cooperatively acting out those patterns in new and varied ways with new people. Once we realize “what we’re doing” in a relationship that’s cooperating in causing the events that produce emotional pain as the enactment of our life’s theme, just through the awareness itself, we are no longer “unconscious” in our own experiences, and are no longer prone to the same stimulus. We are no longer drawn into illusions through reactive behaviors, and no longer “relate” to behaviors that act to initiate those patterns, and as a result no longer need to act it out in an attempt to recognize the true reality being played out as a shared delusion.
All healing in the ultimate sense, is becoming aware of parts of ourselves that we are not aware of in the normal sense, that play a powerful part in the life dynamics we engage in that form the basis for our experiences, and of course, give us a sense of ourselves by how we identify with our own self-created experiences. We don’t realize that we’re playing a major role in the type of people we attract and are attracted to, and the situations that naturally emerge out of the relationships we form with others. This lack of self-awareness and the tendency to project onto others by imagining that they are “doing unto us” in an unfair and unjust manner, is what keeps us expressing what we call “shadow aspects” of our personality that we continue to remain unconscious of, and therefore don’t recognize them and certainly don’t “own” them. As we begin recognizing our own tendencies in relationships and situations, and become conscious in our own life, we can see them as they’re being acted out in the moment when we’re actually in the process of “doing them”, and we no longer engage in the same manner. In that moment of awareness we realize what’s actually going on, and we’re no longer “reactive”. Because we can see it in a new light, it’s no longer compelling to us, and in that moment of calmness where we used to react, we realize that we actually have a choice in how we respond and interact. By changing our response to a person or situation, we change the dynamic that plays out, and break the pattern. The same behaviors that we used to get draw in by, no longer have the same affect, and after awhile, we don’t even notice them anymore. Once we break the pattern of our own tendencies, we don’t attract people who are living out that pattern, and no longer relate to them or have any chemistry with them. We become neutral to it.
Once we realize that what was holding us to the illusions of the story we were telling ourselves was the fact that we were unaware of what we were doing, and through our awareness, we can simultaneously realize that the people still acting out those stories are in fact unaware of what they’re doing. They still believe they’re real, and so honestly don’t know what they’re doing. They don’t realize that they’re living out of an illusion of their own making as the story they continue to tell themselves about everything that gives their live meaning. In this awareness, we can realize that there’s actually nothing to forgive. The idea of needing to forgive was based on an illusion and our lack of awareness. Once we are no longer participating in telling the story as a shared delusion, we are no longer affected by it. We no longer feel any residual pain, no longer suffer at someone else’s hand, and at some point, quit thinking about it all together. In the ultimate sense, we know when we’ve actually forgiven someone or some perceived act “against us”, because we literally forget about it. We no longer think about it or feel the pain it once caused, and when we do recall it, we can do so in a completely objective, matter-of-fact way. We look at it almost like we’re looking at it from a completely detached perspective where it’s no longer personal. If you’re still hanging on to something that happened “to you”, with pain, suffering, and hard feelings of any kind, it’s means you haven’t forgiven and more importantly, that you haven’t been able to realize the delusion that you yourself are involved in.
As with all things in life . . . awareness that brings self-realization is the key to healing and happiness.
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Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Spiritual knowledge, unlike most things, requires you to seek it out through an inner desire for it, which intuitively communicates its knowledge through the language of imagery and geometry requiring you to acquire a broad range of knowledge in order to intuitively interpret it. It’s not stated in plain terms as something specific, because it can’t be. If it is stated as something specific, then it’s really simply one aspect, or metaphorical way of looking at it that simply introduces an idea as a concept into your mind as a form of seed, that comes alive and begins growing as a continuous process of unfolding as a dynamic series of a chain-of-associated and correlated ideas that lead you deeper and deeper into related ideas as a kind of vastness that’s ultimately connected and correlated with everything else. The entire natural world (universe) is all governed by the same handful of laws as invisible forces that organize, form, and operate the material world. All true spiritual knowledge is the practical understanding of universal laws that are active and creative in every single aspect of the manifest world.
Just as the fundamental laws are all connected and interdependent as a form of growth process that moves systematically through stages and phases of development, the knowledge represented by these laws do the same thing. Spiritual knowledge as universal laws remain alive and in a constant state of fluctuation as a continuous evolution of the same fundamental ideas going through numerous spontaneous transformations as a dynamic relationship that constantly expresses in new ways, as new variations of the same idea in every moment based on how they’re being perceived, interpreted, and applied. The spiritual realm of pure energy is not fixed and formed like the material realm, but exists in a purely potential state as infinite possibilities for the same idea (pattern) to be formed and expressed based on what individual mind tunes into it, serves to conceive of it, and forms it into a personalized version by how they imagine it and adapt it to their current conditions and circumstances to produce an actual experience as the physical equivalent.
Ideas are principles that exist as archetypes (memory as dynamic living patterns) that are represented by geometric shapes (form, function & behavior) that are mathematical in nature (exist in relationships) and form a living entity (personality), imbued with distinct attributes, qualities and characteristics as it’s innate constitution. The constitution of an animated being has a form of personality in it that display distinct attitudes and behaviors, and undergo natural operations as biological processes that create in the physical world through myths or stories the personality naturally tells by how it interacts in relationship to everything else.
Principles as philosophical mathematics, structure the material realm determining how it naturally functions. The form biological matter takes on, determines what it does through natural behaviors and how it does it as a form of style or personality. Form that’s structured and animated through life-force energy, functions in very distinct ways through a kind of personality, which not only determines what processes it performs, but the quality of consciousness as characteristics that form traits for “how it does it” in a somewhat unique fashion. These principles as life-forms remain in a constant state of growth and evolution because in every moment they’re entering into relationship with everything else around it that modifies it by exchanging information as an energetic form of metabolism, reforming it to express in new ways through different combinations of information that it integrates that reconfigures it. All physical matter, though it appears solid and consistent in its behavior, remains in a constant state of regeneration that comes by exchanging information between the inner core and the outer environment, which equalizes the internal to match the external. The molecular structure of the material entity is constantly conforming to its environment as the means of survival and growth within or by way of the environment, that’s the most basic function of evolution.
Human beings, which are bestowed with a higher mind that’s creative in nature, and have the ability to modify the environment as a means of surviving and functioning within it, only exchanges energy with what’s of a similar vibration or quality of consciousness with everything around it through resonance. It forms union with ideas that can be shaped into it’s model of the world in a congruent fashion and used to tell their primary life’s story. Vibration as ideas that are too different and exist in a range that can’t be processed by our vibratory frequency, doesn’t resonate with us, and isn’t integrated as a means of modifying our vibration. Because of this law, the law of sympathies and antipathies, we tend to only grow and evolve through absorption and assimilation of the same frequency (range), and only occasionally move into different frequencies.
When we do grow in a significant manner, it’s usually not through deliberate intentions (though it can be), but by having change thrown on us through changing life circumstances that force us to resort to alternative means because our entire life situation changes, and new influences and processes come into play, that we have to adjust to by changing our most basic routines that form our daily lifestyle, which act to break the pattern set by the old routine. Frequencies can be thought of as creative patterns, where we live out of the same tendencies and personality traits that keep repeatedly creating the same type of situations that tell the same type of story over and over throughout our life. When we evolve into a new frequency, we act to initiate and actively participate in creating a new type of story that employ new aspects of our character not being used when telling the previous story.
Spiritual knowledge, unlike conventional knowledge, requires intuitive development as a means of sensing and interpreting the symbolic language it’s written in. Conventional knowledge is given to us in written, verbal language as already interpreted for us. We don’t have to form our interpretation as a unique and personal version, but simply have to accept it verbatim as knowledge itself, without ever having to think for ourselves as the means for interpreting it that transform it into a personalized version that’s unique to us. Because spiritual knowledge requires us to interpret it intuitively, we not only learn simultaneously “how to think for ourselves”, but we have to form a concept of it in our imagination that turns it into a reality as a practical application as an inner experience that becomes a form of virtual memory that acts as a form of blueprint for using within our daily lives in order to consciously create reality. Laws and principles are the tools for “how to” create life.
In order to use an idea, we have to have a working understanding of it. We can only understand what we can conceptualize as an internal representation that forms it as a possible outer reality or actual material object. So information that’s communicated symbolically teaches us how to think by imagining, how to conceptualize by applying to a real life scenario, and integrates the information into our paradigm as a form of virtual experience that becomes an actual memory. As we form ideas into realities that operate according to natural laws, they’re formed into memories that can be recollected, accessed and used for reference, and used as a creative tool from that point on. We acquire the information as a “paradigm shift” by internalizing it to bring it from a thought into an actual form that operates in a specific and consistent way. Knowledge as experience that forms a memory becomes a permanent and natural part of how we feel, perceive and interpret life events. It becomes a built-in process of how we naturally think.
All spiritual development is personal development as the knowledge of laws, integrated into the mind to evolve the soul, that are brought into practice to form our daily lifestyle and natural behaviors as the primary means of personal transformation. Only knowledge that’s applied and lived serves to reform us as an evolving creation. Laws and principles, which pertain to all of life, provide us with the creative tools for shaping our life by “living them”. By how we utilize them to make everyday decisions and direct our own behavior. Laws as spiritual technology provide us with the means to grow and evolve ourselves into higher levels of consciousness and vibrate at a higher frequency, as harmonious with Nature and at one with all of life.
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Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Many people hold the belief that moral values or a moral code of conduct is a form of standards as a man-made concept born out of various types of judgment of right and wrong, or good and bad. In much the same way we think of the idea of a ‘sin’, and while this may be true for many, the idea of a moral code used to monitor your own behavior originated in a more objective and intelligent form as guidelines that were created from the recognition, understanding and conscious application of Universal Laws within our daily lives in order to consciously self-create at the spiritual or energetic realm of pure consciousness. It’s a tool used for developing ourselves to a higher level of consciousness as the use of absolute truth inherent in Laws and Principles themselves.
How we choose to live our life, and how we conduct ourselves and behave as a result, is constantly reforming us as a direct correspondence, it determines “who” and “how” we become by way of our own actions. A moral code that’s used to direct our behavior and remain fully conscious of our actions and what dynamics we are engaged in and become apart of, is Law used as creative instructions for how to create ourselves at both the conscious and subconscious levels, in terms of our character and the type of person we are as a basic form of self-expression.
Morals, as universal law applied in a conscious and creative manner, are a form of strategy as the intelligent and deliberate application of law, which is absolute and not subject to beliefs and mental distortions, within our life to use them as the powerful tools they are for developing ourselves to a higher level of consciousness that’s not subject to habitual patterns, illusions, addictions, emotional dramas and the temptations they pose, which can be very powerful and misleading in the most detrimental sense. A moral code, once established in a conscious and deliberate manner, must be applied without exception, knowing that in doing so, will without exception help us to recognize and gain realization around our own tendencies to violate law and render the consequences as a result, and also to be able to resist and transcend those tendencies born out of error, through conscious choice and use of our will to discipline ourselves. This turns weaknesses as creative errors into strengths as creative intelligence.