The physical world is indeed troublesome. We are placed here to meet goals set by ourselves. Whether we set these goals in a dimension that is
beyond us, is the question philosophers have asked for years
So why not do this? Instead of trying to reach beyond the quantum world, and instead of trying to figure out who you were prior to this physical
incarnation, set yourself goals for one year at a time.
You are your own government. Your consciousness can start right now, tomorrow, next week, whenever you want. You just have to open your eyes and
realize that you create your own destiny. Sure, such things as luck, synchronicity and opportunity exist. It is up to YOU how you capitalize on
these aspects of life.
What I have done, for the past ten years of my quarter-decade existence is this:
1.) Based on the history of nations, I created my own doctrine, my own constitution, and my own moral and personal objectives
2.) Looked at my past, my present, and my future
3.) Asked myself, what holds true to what I believe? How can these beliefs be applied to better myself?
4.) Enact my own form of self-government through, what some may call, the soul.
Now, let's look at these points of interest more in-depth.
1. The History of Nations, Doctrines, Constitutions, Moral and Personal Objectives
- It doesn't take a brain surgeon to tell you that we are meant to learn from history, nor does it take a quantum physicist to tell you that
history repeats itself. Mistakes have been made, and mistakes are meant to be learned from. For example, if you do something illegal - you are
supposed to learn from this mistake. The problem is, that some people don't. People with a mental illness that cannot distinguish right from wrong
are a prime example. Does that make them bad people? Well, that is up for the court to decide. And while that, in itself, is a sad justification, I
assume that most of us here are mature and can decide for ourselves between right and wrong. For my first analogy, I cite the history of Germany.
Myself, being German (born in Canada, moved to America at a young age) knows this all too well. Circumstances are different, and call for different
reactions to specific situations. In order to apply this to real life, let's say that you are Germany.
- Your Personal World War I:
History books record that World War I started when the nations went to war to avenge the assassination of the Archduke
Francis Ferdinand, the heir to the Habsburg throne, on June 28, 1914.
So say, the "Archduke" is a good friend, perhaps a lady/male - who to YOU has been assassinated through one of the following
A.) Slept with somebody else
B.) Was raped by somebody else
C.) Died because of an acquaintances negligence (drunk-driving, BB gun, insert cause of death here)
This personal World War I can take various different paths down the time line of life. For example
A.) You can declare the "acquaintance" as a personal enemy for life
B.) You can talk to the "acquaintance" and try to reason with your own inner-self
C.) You can cut off all ties with the "acquaintance" and ignore the situation altogether
Obviously, all three of these actions will have a great effect on your life, as well as the causation itself. No doubt, you will be questioning
yourself for a while - how long this lasts, is honestly up to the individual - I.E "What could I have done to prevent this," "What could I have
done to change the time line," etc, etc. However, if you are strong enough, you will stick to your own morals, your own doctrines/constitution, and
your own inner-soul's beliefs (or your self-governance). These will lead to various actions such as:
A.) Young, old, whatever you will attempt to engage this personal enemy in verbal, or even physical, disagreements
B.) You will attempt to converse with this personal enemy, perhaps escalating to something that will be worse in the
C.) You will deny anything ever happened, and mourn the loss of the "Archduke" for a long period of time
Your own consciousness sets these standards, and that is where you come in. The three options outlined are obviously political in nature...option A
being a more conservative approach - B being a liberal stance, and C resembles that of a pacifist/isolationist. The good thing is, YOU decide the
path that you take. There is no election, no rigged political pyramid. YOU are the ultimate voice in what YOU feel is right. And the best part
about this is? You can change your ideals, just as a democracy can change their own ways. Not happy with the isolationist stance (pre-WWI America)?
Get involved, and move to point A! Not happy with the results from engaging an enemy (post-WWII)? Move to point B! And you can cycle this as your
own life progresses. The trick is...realize what position your own life is in, and make the best judgment regarding your current situation.
World War I Cause
Okay - so you've conquered a big event in your early life (your World War I - maybe even your own personal revolution - freedom from parents, freedom
from drugs/alcohol - freedom from television, or whatever the case may be) You, as your own governing body has created a Constitution, a doctrine, or
a set of rules that you want to abide by to succeed in life. Congratulations, you have the foundation for your own self-governance. This
Constitution can be religious, scientific, social, or human/life oriented in nature. Hell, if you are sick it can be sexually explicit or murderous
in nature - if that is the kind of person you are. There is no right or wrong answer to what you believe in, for it is your belief. That being said,
there is obviously socially acceptable behavior, and anti-social behavior. Whatever category you fall into is entirely up to you - and that is the
truth of Self-Governance.