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Shift from Fear into Awareness

Inner peace manifests outer peace.  There is no other way to reach it.

Our collective efforts show that we are depending on enforcement to bring us peace, though we are seeing that it can only provide temporary security at best.  Institutions of enforcement use fear to promote our dependency of their services.  The irony is; the only thing we would ever have to provide security against are those who are driven by non peaceful archetypes, such as fear (hint hint).  Our resources are heavily spent combating the result of fear, while providing more and more fear.  We are trying to put out fires with flame throwers.   We must find ways which enable others to exist with peace in themselves and rid them of their fear of each other.
Security is a concept that can only exist through fear.  It is a necessary result of that fear if that is the operating system.  However, by changing the operating system from fear to awareness; we change our goal from security to peace.  Very similar in meaning, though completely opposite as archetypes.

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The external state of the world is a direct result of the internal state of our own being.

Fear and judgement gives us war and law enforcement.

Awareness and understanding gives us peace and balance.

We have the option to choose.

Through Your Eyes – Reflections

ImageI saw my reflection through your eyes.  I can see who I am through you.  Not just an ideal that I have of myself, but who I am being.  It would matter little, what I was internally, if it was not manifested externally.  I needed mirrors to see.

The walls of fear came crashing down in a magnificent display of destruction and now my spirit is free.  My ego witnessed this with great humility.  There was a shift in my consciousness and the world revealed itself in a brand new way.

I turn around and my heart torments me for those spirits who are not free.  Dominated by ego, the self gratification of their pride and confidence is created by appeasing the judgements and expectations of those who were conditioned in the same way.  They become little more than the results of selfish and fearful motives that are not even their own, until they are inherited.  Once inherited, it is reinforced to everyone they come in contact with.  It is perpetual self imprisonment.

I reject my awareness.  Now I have to witness the truth.  It is a truth I have always felt, but now I can not deny it in any shape or form.  I do not want this pain of compassion.  I resent my freedom, though I know I would never choose to go back…  Then I understood that it all comes down to choice.  It has to be a choice to be free.  That is, after all, the essence of freedom.

I will continue to shine a light at the door for those who are ready to choose.  There are many of us who do this.  We have motives, but they are not motives of power or control.  We are not driven by fear.  This is the result of non-selective love, which is our next evolutionary frequency.  Expect your ego to be terrified, though there is nothing to fear.

Our only option is choice

I still hear people arguing that we are just physically responding to stimuli and we have no real choice of what we do.

I know this is not true because of what I experience, despite what I have been told.

For example;

We have Australian Shepherds in this place I have come to call home.  About three months ago one of them, Zoe, had puppies.  My daughter got a little bit too close to her face and Zoe snapped at her and drew blood on her lip.  I picked up my daughter and carried her away from Zoe and toward the bathroom to clean her up.  As we ventured down the hallway I felt this horrible rage build up inside of me.  The energy of it was incredibly strong and I was perplexed that what I felt was contradicting to what I thought and chose to do.  I realize that there were many other stimuli I was feeling at the moment, probably too many to even calculate, but the rage was definitely the dominant stimulus.  It is a good thing that the majority rule did not apply in this case, as the majority was screaming for war.  Reacting to stimuli would have brought the story to a different ending.  We feel things for reasons but we should not be a victim to everything we feel as we learn to be conscious of our choices.

This is not saying that we should always go against what we feel.  It is saying that we feel many things and we are interpreting many different stimuli at any given moment.  This leads me to realize that our only option is choice in light of all the variables.  This realization requires me to feel responsible for my actions as well, which we know we should be.

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