posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 06:01 AM
We create our own reality by the systematic maintainance of specific concepts, ideas and beliefs.
Most of this occurs in the unconscious (or, as I would like to call it, ultra-conscious) because its just way too much information that if released
all at once to the conscious would simply overload the system and create a breakdown or shortcut which would bring us back to when the system was
still being designed.
This is not a malfunctioning program as it may seem, its actually just perfect if you realize the primal intent of having it come to existence. And
that intent is to continuously create a program that offers more possibilities of creation or manifestations of the infinite possibilities that in
totality escape even the original mind.
Zen teaches us to clear our minds of all concepts so that afterwords we are able to build or continue to create more efficiently in respect of the
original intent. Why clear our minds? Because the ideas, concepts and beliefs that we sustain are not really ours. They are passed down culturally or
traditionally. And these (modern) traditions and cultures tend to be completely ignorant about the primal intent or anything else really. These
cultures and traditions are fixated, obsessed in a detail of the program, that which we can call the biological features, understood, sensed and
manifested by us humans through our instinctual urges and desires.
In all these concepts, ideas and beliefs that we maintain usually without even realizing so I believe there is one pair (cultural concepts always work
in pairs, opposites, the existence of one is dependent on the existence of the other one) that heavily influences us in the creation of our world:
Finite and Infinity. Ending and Endless.
In my perspective these are core ideas. This specific pair of concepts that deals with time is the base for our entire way of living and experiencing
this world. Through them we make our decisions of how to behave and we invariably maintain one idea or the other if we believe that we think.
Now let us realize which concept of the two (Ending, Endless) we are most familiar with. The one that we are more prone to defend and to repass as
being the best one to sustain. Simply become aware. Don't try to explain to yourself why you believe in that or that you actually believe in both,
not now at least. Having one or the other, or both integrated in your mind makes you qualified to continue with this reading experiment.
What is the purpose of this reading experiment? To become aware and create the world you wish to see. Let us continue.
Once you realize what you believe also realize how almost every single action you take is based on the idea of ending or never ending. Your behavior
is a product of your ideas and beliefs.
Now let us go a little bit deeper into the nature of our behavior.
Hendrix once said: The world will know peace when the power of love is greater then the love for power.
At first we totally agree and have trouble identifying what he said with ourselves as individuals. We can easily relate his statement with groups of
people. We understand what he said as being objective, as being a reference to something 'out there'. But is it really? What is he talking about
here? Is he talking about the world we share or is he talking about the world that is unsharable, the subjective world of each experiencer? Is he
referring it to a group or is he referring it to an individual?
The maintance of concepts by our unconscious drives us towards the love for power. Because as I said before, these concepts are passed down culturally
and are perpetuated by our instinctual urges and desires. If you only know the love that you see in TV or that your friends, family or church talk
about be sure that you are being tricked. This cultural love is all about power. Having stability, having one instinctual desire met so that we can
pay more attention to the others that are left and that cannot ever be met.
We want to be correct, we want to make life more worth it, we want people to be proud of us, we want to be proud of ourselves, we want others to want
the same we want. This is a reflection of the love for power.
If I believe in infinity (in relation to my existence) I will have the incredible urge to say to someone that doesn't believe to calm down, to be
more mellow. Because there is no need to rush, no need to run after what you want because it will eventually come since time is not against us.
And by doing this I'm truly believing that I'm doing the best that I can, that I'm being compassionate, just trying to help. But I fail to realize
that my behavior is really just a product of my own love for power. I want people to accept what I think and am unable to accept what they think as
true love would do.
Same thing goes the other way around. If I believe there is an end to my existence I will have the urge to tell who doesn't believe the same that
they ought to be more rational, more impulsive and pro-active, to try as hard as they can to make this experience worth it since time is running
This behavior is also a product of our love for power. We are no different then the so called NWO incentivators. No different then the illuminati or
simply just an extension of all that we fight against, whatever that may be. Because we behave without being aware of why we behave the way we do, we
end up being self-destructive and going totally against the primal intent.
I'd like you to understand that my intention here is not to make anyone start believing in something or disbelieving in something else. All I want by
writing this is that we become aware of what we think and believe and how profoundly that affets the world that we experience.
The world is just our perspective of it. If I believe there are wrong and right people there will always be wrong and right people, there will always
be a problem with something or someone and there will never be a world of fully righteous people even though that may be what I most want (or what I
think I most want).
Let peace reign.