Saturday, December 14, 2019

Changing Misinterpretations About Ourselves

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

"I accept that I have everything I will ever need for the journey. My journey is Enlightenism and that is the journey Home."

What we think of ourselves determine our power. Our power is determined by Consciousness. Our Consciousness is determined by our beliefs and values.

The Greater Power is unconditioned Consciousness. Our unconditioned Consciousness is whole, perfect, and complete, and colorless, faceless, and formless. This is Enlightenism.

The primary purpose of Enlightenism is to change misinterpretations about ourselves and others. It is also the power we have to create a new beliefs and values system. And with Enlightenism we can detach ourselves from the sense-certainty of toxicity.

When we remove the distortions concealing this Awareness-of-Being from us, we discover that  Enlightenism is the home we  left to pursue our journey to Toxicity.

One of our greatest toxic misinterpretations is that we cannot unlearn what we have been taught. This makes it easy for us to believe we are born powerless and unable to overcome what others taught us.
Others -- parents, society, experiences -- taught us to have an allegiance to their sacrifices and work to create a great civilization for us to live in.

Unfortunately, this great civilization they created for us is nothing but a cesspool of toxicity. We are lost in an ocean of toxic labels defining us by race, color, gender, age, religion, status, and education. These are the substances responsible for our pain.

Regardless of how we feel about the pain caused by societal labels, many accept this as a necessary condition for our survival and the survival of our civilization. We are required to ignore our pain of having lost our authentic Awareness-of-Being and accept the never-ending pain of powerlessness.

Nevertheless, we continue focusing on changing the illusion, rather than changing the consciousness supporting the illusion. We cannot accept that we were born into an illusion created by others.

Our lack of acceptance and understanding of our birth into this illusion causes us to believe that  others are responsible for our pain. This misinterpretation distorts the role our Consciousness played in creating our Awareness-of-Being.

Our Awareness-of-Being is always responsible for whatever we interpret  happening in our lives. Whether we believe our interpretations are good or bad, happy or sad, we are the one doing the interpreting.

So, if we change our Consciousness, then we can change our interpretations about our actions. It's important to recognize that our interpretations of our actions are responsible for creating our problems. In other words, we create our own problems by relying on toxic beliefs and values.

The Enlightenism era represents a paradigm shift in Consciousness. We are free to exist outside of the consciousness of society without causing problems for ourselves or others.

"Change your Consciousness, Change your Life"