Sunday, October 28, 2018

A Formula for Achieving Greater Power

Consciousness is the key that unlocks the door that leads to our Greater Power. This Greater Power is the unconditioned consciousness of Enlightenism.
When we believe what others teach us about the Greater Power existing outside of us, we accept this information as sense-certain. In other words, we accept others  interpretations  because we haven't achieved the clarity to refute them.

Many powerless victims of toxicity desire to wake-up, but don't know how. Unfortunately,we don't believe we have the power to wake-up on our own. So we continue hoping for others to discover a way for us to wake-up.

Today, a formula has been tested and proven to work successful on awakening us to accept the Greater Power as existing within. The formula was tested over a fifteen years trial period on an African-American male, who desired to change his life.  

The results of this study in consciousness is shared in the book "Enlightenism." The book describes how the formula works best on a cleansed toxic-free mind.

Similarly, we must first be willing to unlearn what others taught us about ourselves and the world. We then must do the work to create a new awareness-of-being whole, perfect, and complete.

When we do the work to unlearn what our parents and society taught us, we achieve the clarity to go beyond our dependency on their beliefs and values. We can then go to a deeper level of consciousness where we exist as colorless, formless, and faceless. To achieve this level of awareness, we must first unlearn toxicity or our sense-certainty of others beliefs and values.

     "Unfortunately, change is what causes many people the greatest trepidation. For those trained to believe in toxicity, change represents the unknown, unbelievable, and unproven power.

     "For most people, change, particularly enlightened and self-empowered change, is considered the enemy of toxicity or the status quo. It forces you to accept responsibility for the conditions in your life and environment. Yet the way to your enlightened consciousness requires a willingness to unlearn toxicity. This means your commitment to Enlightenism must be greater than your commitment to toxicity."
                                                    "Enlightenism" by Brother Malcolm Kelly

Friday, October 12, 2018

Kanye West's Dilemma for Blacks

Kanye West's support for President Trump has plunged Blacks into an unexpected dilemma. Many of the black political pundits and intelligentsia don't consider him a reputable or knowledgeable person to express problems and solutions for Blacks. In other words, they believe he's uneducated, uncouth, and expresses himself in a manner that embarrasses many Blacks,

He is reminiscent of Fannie Lou Hammer: A civil rights icon fighting for acceptance of Blacks into the Mississippi delegation at the 1964 Democratic convention. She, like Kanye, felt and expressed the raw pain of being Black in this country. Some historians claim that most Black civil rights  leaders didn't want her to have a public platform, because she lacked the  education and  sophistication to speak on behalf of Blacks. The primary distinction between Ms. Hammer and Kayne is she was  expressing concerns that Blacks supported, while  Kanye is expressing concerns to someone most Blacks dislike.

We have become accustomed to smooth-talking Blacks, who by their education and class make us feel good about racial progress.  They allow us to participate in intellectual gymnastics and apathy. They incite us to claim our victimization by gossiping about  judicial injustices, police brutality, racism, Black on Black crime and so forth.  Their eloquence and erudition lull us into an illusion where we forget millions of Blacks don't talk, act, or live similar lifestyles as they do.

Whenever we hear someone like the raw, unfiltered Kanye speak, we don't know how to label him. Some of the Black Intelligentsia  called him a "Cultured Negro," "a sell-out," "crazy," and so forth. Instead of attacking Kanye, why not thank him for opening our eyes to see and hear what Blacks have to say who are not considered to be politically savvy.

Nevertheless, his willingness to break with the black, monolithic-Democrat voting block is in many ways courageous. Regardless of  our opinions of him, he verbalizes his beliefs in a manner that's similar to how many inner-city Blacks talk to each other about overcoming victimization.

Those who believe they are qualified to speak for Blacks should also think about the Kayne-effect that's absent in their lives. In other words, Kanye, without his wealth, symbolizes millions of Blacks publicly silenced and unable to share their pain, feelings, and desires to overcome victimization.

Similarly, at this point in our lives, we should have achieved the clarity to understand that Kanye is a Black man. He has felt, and continues to feel, the pain of being a Black man in this society. And while his political and social beliefs are anathema to most Blacks, they are his and we can listen to them and understand he represents a sizable number of Blacks that we claim we're fighting for their equality and freedom.

Meanwhile, when we live outside of ourselves trying to fit into a toxic environment, we tend to forget we have embodied massive dosages of other people's information, which distorted our organic awareness-of-being. The desire to change is the awareness to know that "waking-up isn't popular."