We desire simplicity in our existence but how do we reach it in a world that thrives on complexity?
The moment has come to awaken and change how we see ourselves; thus we change the universe.
The word “life” seems so overwhelming when interpreted by human beings. “Life” essence is the exact opposite. Life exists without a reason or definition. It also flourishes without interpretation and judging. A non-judgmental existence or “state of being” is possible, even for human beings. Is it possible to once again experience life on this one to one basis with the source? The answer is yes.
We no longer know how to do the one thing that should be natural and simple. We have forgotten how to just be.
It may not be possible for us to find solace and true gratification unless we see life for what it truly is, and not the illusions which have been generated over millenniums of human history. Human factors and attributes appear so significant when viewed from a species existence. The truth is, they represent no actual significance over what life can give us in each moment.
There is an inborn knowledge that we all feel, however faint. This is something that humankind knows but either did not or could not accept...until NOW
Awaken to consciousness simply involves awareness of the moment. This will eventually allow the human form consciousness and universal life consciousness to reunite harmoniously. We can now understand that the development of this world and the universe has always been dependent on what we think, what we wish and what we decide.
The brain processes information. That is what it does. It is the real you (the self) that decides what to do with the activities of the mind. It is possible to practice going beyond the mind. This is where there is space to experience life as it is. Life is life, there is no good or bad, right or wrong.
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I grew up in the American northern Appalachian Mountains and enjoyed the beauty and simplicity of nature and life in the tranquility of country living. There were experiences during my youth that were difficult but have enriched my understanding of life and humanity. I spent over three years practically living out of a backpack as he traveled from place to place; working as a farmer, convention coordinator, bartender and D.J.I studied Marketing and Management in America and later Psychology and Humanities in Europe; where I have lived for many years. This cultural diversity has nurtured and expanded my understanding of human nature and given me first-hand experiences with individuals from around the world… READ MORE