Saturday, May 27, 2023

Things our Parents and Society Didn't Teach us

 "I am greater than the I that I created. "

We are not divinely created as victims.  We are divinely created with a powerful mind. 

A powerful mind is not a goal to achieve, it is something we already possess, but fail to recognize. When we recognize that the greater power is the mind, we stop treating it like a stranger.

"To develop your mind to express great power, you must first repair the estranged relationship between your illusion-ridden mind and your freethinking mind. 

"Anyone who has become victimized by the illusions feels powerless to think of himself or herself as being greater than the illusions. The illusions of lack, limitation, and struggle are very powerful when they interfere with your actions to change the way you think and live. "

Our Parents and Society taught us a system of thought that's designed to victimize us. They, unfortunately, believed it was to mitigate our suffering and improve our chances for success. Nevertheless, the system of thought only taught us to distrust our divine power to create a new system of thought.

The more we learned about the greatness of others, the less we learned about the powerful mind we were born with. The greater our trust in others, the greater our victimization. 

The powerless victimized mind cannot find the power to overcome the illusions distorting reality. When the mind is overwhelmed with illusions, reality is an illusion and a illusion is reality. 

The less we know about inner-mind power, the greater our faith in the sense-certainty of illusions. Many have great faith, but little or no power. Faith without power is an illusion. 

We are responsible for the conditions in our lives. Regardless of the information our parents and society taught us, we have the power to unlearn the information and create a new system of thought. 

The faith legacy we inherited from previous generations is a stumbling block we must overcome. Faith in illusions retards our inquisitiveness and willingness to work in the mind. 

Trust in the greater power of the mind releases us from the sense-certainty of illusions. Trust also frees the mind to understand how to use self-acquired knowledge and clarity to create a new awareness of being. 

When we use self-acquired knowledge and clarity to work in the mind, we understand how the mind creates a powerful mind and a powerless one.  We are working to understand the mind, not control it.

When we understand how the mind works, we understand the causal relationship between powerlessness and powerful. The cause and effect of powerlessness and powerful come from the mind. 

"After a while, and with years of mindless actions, it's easy to forget that your mindless, seemingly innocuous actions, are representations of what you think of yourself."

Meanwhile, we can unlearn what others taught us. The unlearning process begins with Enlightenism.

The first three principles of the Enlightenism philosophy represent the self-acquired knowledge and clarity to overcome generational toxicity. They also represent a new mindset for those who seek a powerful mind.

I acknowledge that I am responsible for the current conditions in my life.

I acknowledge that my beliefs and values created the conditions in my life.

I acknowledge that I have the power to change my beliefs and values. 

Read my books "Enlightenism" and "Seeds from the Ashes" to learn more about Enlightenism and Self-Acquired Knowledge.

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