posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 05:07 PM
This post may be a bit different than some of the others. Let's see what comes of it.
When you were a developing fetus. if someone had come along and suggested that you were unfinished, and in a very temporary phase of physical
existence, you'd have been skeptical at such a suggestion. After all, that placenta was the only world you knew, even if you were suspicious of how
limiting the damn thing was. You had no capacity to conceive of a larger world - one where you could stretch out and go from here to there. In fact,
stuff like that would've been akin to superpowers compared to the somewhat strangled existence you were stuck in.
But, what if someone had told you stories of walking across large stretches of territory, and running, and jumping, and playing? Maybe you'd have
been so jealous of those magical people who were allowed to be so free and unfettered, that you'd have been beside yourself during that entire phase
of your life, especially as you grew larger and the fit became more and more restrictive.
And while we're imagining here, let's plant a twin inside that placenta with you. Someone you could discuss these amazing ideas with. If your twin
had never been enlightened with the stories and ideas that you had, then he (or she) would be extremely skeptical. "Just be patient and accept
things as they are," he/she would say. "What's wrong with you? The world isn't like that. Your life isn't like that. Look around you.
Reach out your hand and touch the world." And he/she would be right. In that phase of your life, the entirety of reality was not going to change
to meet your new requirements, regardless of what the storyteller suggested. But was that storyteller wrong about the world that awaits you? Of course
So, let's put you back in your own placenta now, and get rid of the twin plot thickener. Just for story's sake. What if you'd refused to take any
advantage of what your present stage of physical development offered you in defiance of the fact that you were being denied all that freedom and
mobility you'd heard about? Okay, so it's not as if you could've gone on strike, but let's imagine that you had a way of resisting the fundamental
process that was ongoing while you were in utero. "I won't develop my digestive system," you might say. "What do I need a digestive
system for. I want to run and play. I don't need a digestive system to run and play." And so, (let's pretend) you resisted that seemingly
unnecessary development in your rush to get the hell out of there and leave that slimy, restrictive placenta behind.
"I don't see the need for wasting time with lungs," you might decide, after finding out that such development will delay your exit an
additional month. "I'm doing fine without lungs here. This is just another ruse to force me to knuckle under and submit to the program. Screw
that, I'm not spending a moment longer in this hellhole." So, you don't. To hell with that development too. You want to run and play. Who needs
that other crap. Besides, it's probably all a lie anyway.
Eventually, you blow right through the whole program and exit two months ahead of time. And as a result, you spend your next development phase
tethered to medical machines and hospitals, and never get to run and jump and play. You were in such a rush to get to the next phase that you blew it
during that phase, and were not at all prepared to enjoy what was just beyond your ability to intellectually conceive as real and imminent.
You're a corporeal Homo Sapien, and your brain is working to create the eternal human being that will someday disengage and move off into a very
different phase of existence - one that some have tried hard to describe with their stories and movies and YouTube videos. You want to be superhuman?
Okay, I can promise you that if you work on building the best you possible during this corporeal development stage, then you will be
superhuman compared to so many others that will have never bothered to even conceive of such a developmental opportunity that was always right there
for the taking.
Just don't cripple yourself eternally by refusing to take from this critical development stage every bit of advantage that you can. Think of it as a
2nd stage of physical gestation, and commit to learning as much as you can about what awaits. Then, experience as much of this realm as possible. This
realm is where the reality anchors can teach you about what's real and what's simply impossible. This alone will make the greatest difference
between freedom and severe oppression within the eternal realm. Learn what reality can and cannot be, and you'll be superhuman in the only world that
I hope you think about this and begin to explore what has been handed to you. It's not all pleasant, but it's amazingly instructive. And you'll
definitely benefit from becoming interested in it as a preparation for what's definitely to come.