Finding You

Quite often I find myself wanting to write a post in this section about subjects that I find extremely frustrating when it comes to human psychology but, after I give it some thought, I decide against it.  Why?  Well, because the conditioned human mind of most readers will, more than likely, freeze up and the message that I’m trying to project will be totally lost to them.  The most frustrating part of this is that these readers do not even realise what’s happening to them.

This is the conundrum we face as humans.  When you don’t realise that something is controlling the way you think, you can’t even begin to fix it.  No one can force ‘realisation’ on anyone else.  It has to be found within each of us, by ourselves, first, and then the light bulb inside the brain comes on and truly sees, for the first time, what has been happening to them all these years.

When that happens, then everything seems so clear and, for a while, you just can’t understand why no one else can see it.  But, eventually you realise that they can’t see it because they’re not aware of its existence, and so they’re not looking for it.  Let me give you an example.  Jesus once said, “Forgive them for they know not what they do”.  Now, most human minds will read this and instantly assume that the person writing this is going to start a religious rant.  However, I’m not in the least bit religious.  In fact, I don’t believe in anything at all.  I’m merely stating that this person, named Jesus, was able to see that people were lost in their own minds and were not seeing the truth in life.  They were only seeing what had been fed into their minds and assimilated as beliefs, which became part of their own identity.  Once something becomes part of your identity, you will automatically defend it as if someone was trying to kill you, without even considering anything else that comes after that initial threat.  All you see is a threat that must be dealt with.

So, this is why I say that I’m so reluctant to bring up certain subjects in this section of my blog.  My reasoning is, if it won’t be of any help, then, why do it?  However, there are circumstances where someone is just starting to ‘wake up’ from the false self of the human mind and, in these cases, it can be helpful for them to see that others have passed this way too and they are, indeed, finding their true path in life.  So, I struggle with the idea of posting certain topics that would surely offend many readers, including those in my own family.  Should I just turn a blind eye to the insanity that goes on all around me and accept that there is nothing I can do about it.  Or, do I go ahead and point things out that will most surely alienate many people, again, including members of my own family, all in the interest of ‘maybe’ helping one or two people that might be open to ‘waking up’?

Life does have a way of working out in the end, but it doesn’t have to be as painful as it is right now, for most.  If only people could bring themselves to realise just one thing; beliefs are not who you are, they are only thoughts in your mind, which might have relative importance, but ultimately, they mean nothing.  Let them go and just be who you really are.  It doesn’t matter if millions of people are going in one direction; if that’s not your way, then don’t go.


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