Thursday, September 13, 2018

Overcoming the Victimized Mind

We are born into a world created by others. From our birth, and throughout our lives, we are taught beliefs and values that we use to create our awareness-of-being. It is from this awareness-of-being that we act, interpret, judge, and defend what we have been taught.

The desire to free ourselves from the sense-certainty of what we have been taught must be a cleansed one: One that is free of toxic distortions. In other words, our desires for freedom must begin with understanding how we created our awareness-of-being. This is the understanding required for us to create a new, completely different, awareness-of-being.

When we identify our awareness-of-being as victims, we imprison our desires and actions to accept ourselves as powerless to overcome what we have been taught. The freedom from victimization is achieved when we overcome our current beliefs and values.

A few of us have acted on our desires to overcome victimization. Our desires and actions are expressed clearly in The Book of Enlightenism. Enlightenism contains the formula for overcoming our current awareness-of-being and the power to create a new one. We accept this new one as the unconditioned consciousness within us that expresses itself as whole, perfect, and complete.

     "The desire to change your life is the first freedom in the Enlightenism formula. It is this desire that motivates you to begin your work to discover Enlightenism by creating your first visualization. The goal of your visualization is to free yourself from the pain you're unwilling to tolerate.

     "To achieve this freedom, you must listen to, and trust the silent intuitive ideas within you. When you do this, you can create a boundless flow of new ones and unleash the timeless power of Enlightenism within you. These new ideas contain within them the cleansing power to free your mind from the clutches of toxicity.

     "One of the primary misinterpretations about how to change your life is believing that it takes too long, and you don't have enough time and power. When the desire is strong enough and the commitment firm, then you always have enough time and power."
                                                 "Enlightenism" authored by "Brother Malcolm" Kelly

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