posted on Oct, 6 2014 @ 12:25 PM
It seems in this life, you ultimately have three teachers. You have this world, which seeks to ensnare you into the trap of surrendering to your own
smallness, you have an inexplicable synchronizing force which seeks to present information to you in order to induce change and growth within you and
you have an internal voice which seeks to make sense of the world by adopting and accepting principles to guide your belief system.
The internal voice is probably the most dangerous of the three, because it is something you accept as your own, but it is ultimately not your own, it
is more similar to a .mp3 player which can either produce narrative that you have crafted or it can produce narrative that is induced into you by
other authors. It seems to be true that whatever you accept as true echoing from the amplifier of that internal voice will magnify itself over time to
become your reality. Call this force whatever you will.
The synchronizing force is truly transcendent and inexplicable, but it seems as if every artist, actor and author on this planet are all inducing
subtle changes in one another so that the narratives they weave can align to become a masterpiece within the heart of the observer. If you allows
yourself to surf upon the waves induced by this force, amazing things can unfold, fulfilling the deepest virtuous needs of your heart in ways that
could not have been achieved if attempted by your own limited planning.
The final teacher of the world seems to be the world itself and it seems to be a truly nefarious teacher seeking to ensnare you at every turn. Very
little does the world have to teach you that is not taught through lessons of fear and abuse. It seems that those who are most transfixed by the world
are those who are marching headlong into slavery at the most advanced rate.
Common Lies Told to Ensnare You:
1). Free will does not exist.
2). Surrendering your free will is a virtue.
3). You can be defined and limited by external narratives.
4). The world is entirely ruled by materialistic determinism.
5). The world is entirely ruled by some grand architect.
6). You can find all of the answers by accepting that person over there as an authority figure.
7). You can easily make sense of the world entirely on your own.
8). The state of things is immutable.
9). You are powerless to change your situation.
10). It is impossible to change your archetype.
11). Our shared reality is the most important thing there is.
12). If you don't do this, that will certainly happen to you.
13). If you aren't this, then that means you are that.
14). If I'm not as good as or better than them in every way imaginable, then I'm not good enough at all.