Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Excerpt from "Initiation of the Soul"
It is after all, our choice to think for ourselves, to question reality and authority and to discover truth on our own instead of only basing our belief system not on our own experience, but on what we are told to believe, pertaining to all facets of life...
The time has come, to break through the illusions that is the matrix of so called reality and to become who we were always meant to be, or we can continue on the current path, and continue to wonder why we face the problems we do and continue to allow others to decide what is best for us, as individuals and as a whole. If the latter is chosen, then it should be no surprise as to why society continues to devolve into utter chaos, until ultimately the reset button is pushed.
It comes down to personal responsibility in all aspects of ones life, and countless hours of soul searching, of learning, going within ones mind through meditation as the key to unlocking the secrets of this life. The answers to happiness, or the pursuit of it. It is personal responsibility for ourselves that will save us as individuals, and as a collective whole. I remember a famous quote, through many years of reading every book I could get my hands on. “Faith without works is dead". This is very true. To merely believe in something without experience, without doing the work needed to accomplish the goal is ignorance at its best.
The mind control of the collective consciousness must be severed. We must look to no one but ourselves, to seek within ourselves for Truth, not to some guru, not to some church or person or cult or anything outside of ourselves, leading us on a path that is not truly our own. Belief systems must be gained from direct experience, from intuition. The connection to the divine is directly linked to our consciousness, we may study knowledge, the occult (Hidden) teachings, spiritual and religious paths, learn to gain wisdom through meditation, through intuition and discovery of self, higher self, awareness to realization of truth. Waiting for someone else to change the world, or seeking truth outside of our self, waiting for some savior or some date on some ancient calendar to come and save us from ourselves is in truth philosophic suicide, it is complacency and leads to depravity and despotism.
We are the ones we have been waiting for. It is as simple as that.
Veritas Vos Liberabit