Biggie, you bastard! Stealing my thread ideas!
I joke I joke. It was very well put together.
From the moment we are born we are assigned a great deal of programing. This is who I am, this is what we are, this is what can and cannot be.
All of this programing is false, of course. People seem to have this pathetic little need to label everything, and put it in it's own little box.
They are forced to fit our own preconcieved notions of what it is we are dealing with. For example, Yoga. For years and years I put it in the box of
"a bunch of chicks stretching." Later I learned of the teaching behind it, and the exercises themselves are infact physically challenging. It is
essentially a form of gymnastics that aligns the energy meridians a certain way in order to gain a new level of perception, with a concious effort to
live accordding to it's teachings.
We are given an identitiy by society. Our parents tell us who we are, what we are supposed to believe. They're all lies, though not malicious, or
even concious. This programing keeps us dumb to our true nature.
This goes back to my threads Controlling The Masses
and Your Opposition: The Person In The Mirror
We are being controlled. The powers that be force this self-image upon us, and fill our minds with programing. These lies form a barrier between
ourselves and our true nature. In this sense, we become easy to control. This forms resistance to our goals, it acts as a disconnect between ourselves
and our truest nature. In order to make any progress, we need to shed this programing, let go of our restraints and relearn who we truely are. It is
this self-image that anchors us to this bleak fate.
The collective unconcious has been programed to believe lies. Every person has a little part of us inside of them, and they project this belief onto
this piece. Beyond that, this "greater" version of ourselves that we see is programed from birth by our families, and our society.
We must break free of these false notions, in order to begin to comprehend the truth.
The notion of self gets very complicated. It is a matter of defination. Self could refer to our true nature. Or it could refer to this concept of who
we are. If we view self as the preprogramed, we need to break free of the system.
We are divine. We are a vital part of God. As a single drop of wtaer from the ocean, or a single rock that has broken from the mountain, we are made
up of the same stuff. But we've been disconnected, and we need to discover who we are imprisoned against our will, we have been hyponotized and
plopped into a barely concious world of mediocrity. Awareness will bring graeter freedom.
Society has developed a way to weaken and capture, and utterly subdue God/his children. It is only through reconnection with our source, nature, and
the freedom of unlimited abundance that we can reclaim our stolen divinity. Our power is feeding the machine, instead of serving us. We need to break
the machine, and wake up to our true nature.
We have truely fallen from grace, and now we reside in Hell.
It is our self-image that seperates us from our power. These false notions that we cling to. Only by letting go of these notions and living in the
present can we truely be free.