Saturday, February 15, 2020

Tearing Down the Walls of Victimization

"Before Victimization, we have the power not to be a Victim"

Many victims don't believe we have the power to overcome victimization during our lifetime. This willingness to accept ourselves as victims -- whose only source of power is to complain about how we're treated by others -- can no longer be the model or excuse for the way we think and live.

We have the power to create a new way to think and live a victim-free life. This new way is Enlightenism. Enlightenism is the unconditioned Consciousness we can use to restore our Awareness-of-Being to accept that we're whole, perfect, and complete. And with this power, we can change our current Consciousness by using toxic-free beliefs and values.

Those who feel the realness of pain and suffering, and seek relief by complaining about it,  can now stop complaining and change the one thing we can change, which is our Consciousness.  Consciousness is changeable, and we are the only ones who can  change it. However, the changes must occur within our Consciousness, not by fighting with others to change their beliefs and values.

Some are using the Enlightenism philosophy to tear down the walls of victimization and restore their Consciousness to its wholeness. When we restore our Consciousness to its natural, organic state, we  reclaim dominion over our Awareness-of-Being.

When we embrace and accept Enlightenism as unconditioned Consciousness, we can then accept  ourselves as whole, perfect, and complete. This is the Awareness-of-Being where we don't have to fix anything, because we already possess that which we seek in people, places, and things,

The light from Enlightenism shines brightly on the illusory beliefs and values encapsulating our Awareness-of-Being to believe we're victims living in a  dungeon of pain and suffering. This light reveals that our dungeon is an illusion that's overwhelming us with intense fears and doubts about our power to overcome it.

Even though victimization is an illusion, we're too afraid to go beneath the illusion and discover this for ourselves. This is why many accept the death sentence of victimization imposed on us by others.

We have been taught by others to believe the illusory walls shield us from the  unimaginable pain and suffering that comes from freedom. So, we believe it's to our advantage to remain a victim. As a victim, we can  continue to seek freedom from others and believe we cannot achieve it on our own. In other words, we're willing to suffer rather than free ourselves.

Victims of toxicity lack the clarity  to free themselves from the sense-certainty that victimization is caused by what's outside, rather than what's inside. We are the victims, but we believe others are responsible for our victimization.

We have tricked ourselves into believing that others are responsible for our victimization. They forced their beliefs and values on us. Unfortunately, we did use others' beliefs and values to become victims, however, this does not prevent us from unlearning what we were taught.

Similarly, when we accept that we conditioned our Consciousness by using others' beliefs and values, we understand that we're personally responsible for overcoming our own victimization. Our Awareness-of-Being is the source of our pain and suffering.

Nevertheless, we can overcome our pain and suffering by creating a new Awareness-of-Being that's free of dependency on others' beliefs and values. This new Awareness-of-Being is created with beliefs and values from the unconditioned Consciousness existing within us as whole, perfect, and complete.

When the walls of victimization come down, we stop living a nomadic life of searching for freedom within the darkness of victimization. Our  search for freedom ends with the clarity to understand that Consciousness is our freedom. Consciousness is all the power we need to overcome victimization and create a new way to think and live.

Meanwhile, with Enlightenism, we have the clarity and power to understand victimization as an illusion created from toxic beliefs and values. This means we have the power to change our Awareness-of-Being to accept that we're always greater than victimization.


Saturday, February 8, 2020

Going Beneath our Problems

"Before Victimization, we have the power not to be a Victim"

We have the solution for the problem of victimization. Regardless of the intensity or magnitude of our problems, the solution begins with understanding the problem. Where did it come from? Who created it? Who's responsible for solving it?

The answers to these questions must be answered by those with the problems. And contrary to what we have been taught in toxicity about group-thinking victimization, our problems are personal and unique to our Awareness-of-Being.

Most problems are just misinterpretations about our power to create and solve our own problems.  Unfortunately, our misinterpretations about who we really are determine how we respond to our problems.

The transformation from misinterpretations about who we really are begins with changing our Consciousness. When we accept that Consciousness is changeable, we can then change the beliefs and values that created it.

Enlightenism is unconditioned Consciousness existing within us as whole, perfect, and complete. This Consciousness is who we really are without toxic beliefs and values. It is also the Consciousness we use to create a new, toxic-free Awareness-of-Being: One where we're greater than our problems.

Similarly, with Enlightenism as our guide, we can go beneath our problems and discover that we actually created them.  Our desires for people, places, and things are responsible for our deep-seated beliefs of victimization and powerlessness.

When we go beneath our problems to the place where  the victim is hiding, we understand that the victim is an illusion. This illusion of victimization exists because of the sense-certainty we have about the power of toxic beliefs and values, and our own powerlessness.

Nevertheless, when we go within our Consciousness to the realm that's free of victimization,  the place where we're colorless, faceless, and formless, and to the place of extraordinary fecundity and blissfulness, we arrive at a place where there are no problems, only solutions. This is Enlightenism.

Saturday, February 1, 2020

A Legacy of Freedom

"Before victimization, there is the freedom not to be a victim"

A life without pain and suffering is one of freedom. Those who desire freedom must be willing to do the work of cleansing our minds to achieve the clarity to know that freedom is found in our Consciousness, not in our toxic achievements.

During the Enlightenism era, we know how to change our consciousness and change our life. This phenomenon comes from our understanding that Consciousness is changeable.

It's not as difficult as it might seem to change our Consciousness. We can change our Consciousness by a burning, unrelenting, desire to understand our Awareness-of-Being.

We must have a strong determination and unwavering commitment to unlearn what others taught us about the sense-certainty of remaining powerless in a self-created illusion. The prevailing notion among those victimized by our beliefs and values is that we cannot transcend what others taught us.

Unfortunately, we accepted the sense-certainty of toxicity and resigned ourselves to living in a dungeon shackled by chains of powerlessness and victimization. While living this way all of our lives, we began to believe and accept this lifestyle as the best we can ever hope for ourselves. And  even more debilitating to our power of freedom is accepting that we lack the power to ever free ourselves from the vicissitudes of pain and suffering.

Nevertheless, we can now use Enlightenism to free ourselves from the toxic misinterpretations responsible for our pain and suffering.  The Enlightenism philosophy of "A New Way to Think and Live'" is sending powerful shock waves throughout toxicity. Those who desire to remove the chains of toxicity and embrace freedom are feeling this philosophy resonating within them as insights of freedom.

The Enlightenism philosophy of freedom is the light we need to go beneath the pain and suffering and understand what's really happening to us. Regardless of our reluctance to face the pain and suffering, we must do so if we desire to  discover the causes of these beliefs and values.

In other words, we are required to go deep into our Consciousness to discover and transcend the frightening causes we're too afraid and unwilling to accept responsibility for creating. Yet that which we fear within us is the freedom we are seeking from others.  

Similarly, our desire and willingness  to let go of victim legacies of pain and suffering will lead us to the place within us where we can understand and accept that we must free ourselves from these legacies. This means we must create a new toxic-free legacy ourselves.  It must come from a Consciousness that accepts itself as whole, perfect, and complete.

Our new legacy of freedom is created by our acceptance of the power of transcendence. When we accept our power to transcend what we have been taught, we can also accept our power to condition our Consciousness with new beliefs and values.

When we accept our power of transcendence as Unconditioned Consciousness, we can no longer accept a lifestyle of victimization that's built on lack, limitation, and struggle.  This new perspective of a more powerful Awareness-of-Being is the foundation for our Legacy of Freedom.

Meanwhile, this new legacy of freedom will provide us with the power and clarity to pass on to others. This great power is individualized. We must each discover it for ourselves.  Then, and only then, can we accept that we already have the freedom we're searching for in toxicity.

"Change your Consciousness, Change your Life." "A New Way to Think and Live."