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PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 1:39 am    Post subject: What it means to be a warrior Reply with quote

I had some thoughts today about what it means to me to be a warrior. I don't often think of myself as that, because what I do is more about working to remove the blockages within my own consciousness so that I can be living in my "right mind" Smile - outside the Matrix consciousness.

I don't see myself as a fighter within the Matrix - that's like engaging in a power struggle with a kid - you just can't win Smile. So I don't engage in battles on their turf. And when it seems that they're invading my turf, I take a good hard look at what's really happening.

Let's start with us - our real nature is expansive - we want to express, radiate love, grow and expand our consciousness. Then there are the bad guys. They're not bad in the ultimate sense, because everything comes from God, but they're adversaries. Their nature is to thwart, suppress, resist, confine, and regulate the life energy out of us. So they offend, scare and piss us off, and our habitual reaction is to fight.

But in our fight, we're still doing their bidding, because we're captured by illusions. One illusion is that if we can win the fight, there will be peace and better times. If only we can push back the enemy so they leave us alone, the skies will be blue again. I say, nonsense.

We don't get blue skies by pushing back the enemy, any moreso than you can get your child to back down in that power struggle. And even if you can one time, you know you haven't seen the end of it!

Another illusion is that we're constantly being victimized by the bad guys, and what a raw deal we're getting. Again, I say nonsense.

Poverty consciousness is Matrix consciousness. Everything is a matter of not having enough - when there's not enough resources to get what we need, we're stuck using poverty consciousness to cure poverty, and we can't think our way out of a wet paper bag. We're impotent - we've got no real power to break through the problem, so we keep plugging away, plugging away, getting nowhere.

The thing is, we're using the wrong power source to do all this fighting and pushing and resisting. It's a power source that has no leverage, so we struggle in a way that only ends in despair and bitterness. It's a relentless, never ending battle that only wears us down.

Where the real leverage is, is in this other power source - prosperity consciousness. Prosperity consciousness sees that the universe is absolutely overflowing with resources. That can never change, even if Lucifer and Satan themselves were to make a special private appearance at your house. The problem is that we're fighting them on their own turf, their own terms, their own consciousness. The key to getting out of this groove in which we're caught spinning our wheels, is not to push on the gas even harder, but to change our consciousness.

So what does it mean to change consciousness.. It means letting go of the compulsion to keep stepping on that same gas pedal. It's not just a matter of fighting harder or adding more force or getting smarter people in office - those are quantitative ideas that come from limited, linear thinking. Poverty consciousness keeps whining, "If only we had more or better__"

We're being squeezed, no doubt. But do we see the squeeze as an attack that requires counterattack - or do we see it as a compression that challenges us to expand even further.

What if we didn't have any resistance - nothing ever got in our way. We'd chase after every desire, with little consciousness, and we might get tired of that after a while. Really. Smile. It wouldn't be furthering our spiritual purpose, so we'd sense the lack of resonance and the thrill would wear off. We NEED the resistance to develop the strength that's our real spiritual potential. Resistance exercise is not just for the gym! We get this training in life, every day, and we can come to appreciate it for what it really is. Even the sickness. Even the chemtrails.

This isn't about being passive, and it's not about loving your enemy in some warm fuzzy nauseating newagey way. This is about letting go of subjective hate, because that doesn't work and never will. It's about objective hate - a kind of hate that has no emotional grudge. It just says, "This sickness, chemtrail, operative, etc. does not belong here!" That kind of consciousness is not living in fear. We might experience fear, but we're not driven by fear.

If you watch your state of mind that's behind the feeling that "We have to get rid of these chemtrails/sicknesses/operatives, or else!" you'll see subjective fear, and indignation that covers up the fear.

We need to look at our own consciousness. Most of the energy that's being devoted to looking at reality outside the Matrix, is trying to use the same consciousness of the Matrix to see something different. That is the problem - not the Matrix itself.

-Karen
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 7:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Those are beautiful, inspiring words that speak of a conciousness, at this moment, too far to reach for most.
What I like about it is, even though you ask the "impossible" as I would call it, it does leave a question, an alternative as to how we can deal with our challenges.
And I do find myself "trying out" this different approach. But of course it doesn't work so easily - I need to change first, and that will take its time.
But little seeds like this do help

Keep posting! Very Happy

Carlos
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2007 7:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you, Carlos! I enjoy writing these kinds of expository posts, in large part because it helps me to articulate my own thoughts. Then it's an extra pleasure when someone else resonates with it.

I wasn't sure how that post would go over, because it's prety different from the main thrust of the "conspiracy theory" community. And mostly I find that people want things to be different in the sense of making the bad stuff go away - but they don't like the prospect of changing themselves from the inside.

And actually, I'm not asking anything of anyone, only suggesting the possibilities. The internal change is the foundation - it's not that we have to change first in order to then be able to do these difficult things. But it's what has been called "metanoia" - changing one's mind.

Christ told the woman who had "sinned", essentially to go and change her state of mind. You don't keep trying to get rid of cockroaches in the place where you live, and you don't just keep trying to make the place a little cleaner, because you're still living in the poverty consciousness. But to live in prosperity consciousnss means to move your state of mind to a place where cockroaches don't want to be - the food is too rich for them Wink.

We have this power within us that generates this kind of qualitative change, and it's a matter of activating it and doing whatever we can do to promote that inner spark. There are methods of treatment to remove the blockages, the armoring that dampens down this radiant, creative life energy. That can speed things up, but even so, we can only digest a certain amount at a time, for good reason.

So it's a step-by-step process, and that's never impossible, because the next step is always right there in front of you, in the smallest thing. Even just taking one minute, when some emotion grabs hold of you, to look at what's really underneath that, can bring some light of consciousness where there wasn't any. So you could look for small things like this that are really powerful. In the world of truth, the powerful things can be very tiny, like shrimp, I guess Wink.

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Karen
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