Friday, November 6, 2020

The Power of Enlightenism Consciousness

"We have the power to help ourselves."

Enlightenism is not magical; it requires work to know the self.  We have to work to overcome our victim identity. It begins with our willingness to overcome toxic beliefs and values defining us by race, color, gender, religion, age, status, and education.

Enlightenism is a new system of thought.  The focus of this system is accepting consciousness as the greater power and understanding we can change it to create a new way to think and live. This new way of thinking and living overcomes our reliance on others while focusing on the power we have to help ourselves.

There is a way out of victimization. We discover this truth when we dissolve the beliefs and values assuring us of the sense-certainty that we must accept our fate as victims. 

Similarly, with a new system of thought, we have the power and clarity to unlearn what our Guides -- parents, teachers, and society -- taught us about power and freedom as it relates to us. This new system of thought is diametrically different than the one used to victimize us.

The search for freedom is an inner one. We first must understand the system of thought we're using to self-victimize ourselves. This system is the one we're accustomed to. It's the only one we know.

When we desire to discover the unknown reservoir of clarity within our consciousness, we can create a new system of thought to free ourselves from the one used to victimize us. 

The awakening of the mind begins in earnest when we can accept the new system as the power to overcome victimization. This is the moment we affirm our commitment to Enlightenism as the way to achieve freedom. 

The power of consciousness is freedom. This is where we can accept our origins as colorless, faceless, and formless beings. 

"Change your Consciousness, change your life."


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