What is the origin of all creation? It’s not in the Bible or the Quran.
Is this an old fashioned question?
I am perhaps an unusual man. I see that the birth of a new society must be founded on the corner of religion. Again, not the Bible or the Quran. But rather a loving and living religion. And I feel that the question of what religion actually is has deep relationship to the understanding of the current and past psychological and continuous condition of the human mind.
Our mind, our psychological state is what we are. And what we are is a never ending movement of thinking centred around a central ideology of 'self'. This movement is the result of continuing societal programming of the human brain and divides men, from Jew, to Muslim, to Hindu, to Christian, to American and Russian, and so on and on.
Multiple are our divisions, as numerous as are our illusions. For all our abundant religious activities, there is no religion in the world. No living religion. No true understanding of what the word actually means, and so no living quality of what the word symbolises.
Our human consciousness is a progression of self interest in psychological time. This is limited, as the human self is a movement grown from the foundation of human memory, and memory is limited to past experiences, and past experiences are forever limited. No one experiences everything. Our human consciousness is a process in the memory cells of the human brain. There is nothing spiritual about thought.
Thought is a material movement of the brains memory cells.
This process involves itself as programmed to involve itself, seeking status, seeking security, gathering, always adding to itself, yet always limited to the boundaries of knowledge gathered from limited past experiences, and so forever, our lives are lived in a very small area.
This programming includes a movement from remembered past to a projected future seeking betterment, in the name of progress, religion, national identity, self-interest. As this inner movement is forever limited and divisive in its limitation against others doing the same, this is the root cause of all conflict between human beings. The separation between human beings is the human self.
That, which you are.
This ‘self’ forms the whole content of our consciousness. This is an inner built structure within the memory cells of the brain built out of knowledge, remembrances gathered from the past. The inner structure of the brain of humanity is identical in structural nature, it differs in the content based upon the divisive nature of past experiences. One man is born into a Muslim world, one a Hindu, one a Jew, one a Christian, again, American and Russian and so on and on and on and on.
The psychological past and the future are conceptually programmed elements of this inner structure and both future and past within this psychological world are found in the present moment.
A common element within this psychological prison cell of the brain societally gifted is fear. Fear is found wherever time is found. A projected future inherently brings fear. The future is an unknown and knowledge carries awareness of the terrible things which can happen in this world, especially this world in the hands of such insanity as it this day. Fear is inherent to the programmed nature of our movements of thought. You must see this? You must be aware how fear arises within this inner mechanical structure? You are, after all, such a mind.
Past and future bring fear to thought. I endure a difficult time in life, perhaps serious ill health, or a friend or relative has been ill, and thought projects the future possibility of the return of my ill health, perhaps my death, or the same of those I hold near. Is knowledge a cause of fear? It would seem to be would it not? Thought, which is knowledge, is the cause of fear.
A mind engaged in inner activity of fear, obviously, cannot be a religious mind.
A fearful mind, is not a religious mind, it is a confused mind, a mind in battle within itself, projecting unwanted outcomes to life and attempting to suppress, or run away from. Desire is another common component to the inner nature of a mind founded on knowledge. Desire is needed to progress, to build, to grow, and may have a place in life, but in the area of the psychological realm of humanity, this movement again brings us to division, for we can only desire what we know and what we know comes from our past, and our past is divisive between us all.
No one has the same past.
The divisive psychological condition of humanity, is the enemy of humanity.
Can these divisive inner movements end?
What is the cause of such inner destructive continuity in the inner nature of mankind? Is it not important to understand the cause of all of the inner divisive chaos of humanity which builds his outer chaotic world, this day flowering into a self-projected 'Great Reset' standing on a ground of monumental divisive self-importance and the incessant hunger and greed of those with the largest of all desires and the largest of all self-interest?
This desire so common to humanity is born from previous recorded sensation. And so we are caught in a loop, ever chasing into perpetuity the continuity of experiences past. Born from the seeking of more of that which previously brought delight. Desire depends on the continuity of an inner image, and once more, this is a divisive factor among men, as this image is carried from past experiences, recorded and progressive. And divisive. Psychological thought in progressive movement of time, is a movement of desire and fear. We hunger after what we desire, the fears, we run from, or seek to suppress. And both are related. I fear I may not get what I desire, and I fear even if I get it, I may lose it in time. Or someone else may take it from me.
It is little wonder this inner chaotic movement has built a world now in the grips of the insane. It is little wonder our home has known nothing but war. For this movement is no way to meet life as it is, and meeting life as it is, is to meet the creative, for the sacred lives in the timeless, and the timeless is complete, whole (and so holy) and all this is found only now.
Not to be moved towards. To arrive now, you must stop progressing. You must cease all movements to arrive where you are.
There is no division inwardly between what you are and these divisive fragmented qualities. This fragmented 'self' is what you are. What you are, is this inner movement. If you take away all thoughts, where is the thinker, who states 'I am'?
Desire is what you are.
Fear is what you are.
Related qualities such as worry, stress, anxiety, confusion, pleasure, hurts, all of this, is the human psychological self. There is no other. You may argue against this, I would ask in reply, have you studied the field at all?
Not looked in books, have you read the book of yourself?
You can watch and see what is actually taking place if you do. Much more reliable than listening to an 'expert'.
And you will learn so much more if you do this than in the reading or listening to another’s words, certainly, including these words.
This society brings great suffering to mankind. Is this not strange? This society, built by mankind, brings great suffering to mankind. What a strange thing man has done to build a system which enslaves and torments his life. Reflective, of the inner state he has inherited through a process of education and tradition.
And so every human being suffers, outwardly as well as inwardly, because suffering is inherent to a mind which lives and carries the past to a future in conceptual time, in a movement of desire inviting fear rooted in ambitious self interest travelling in conceptual time battling against all others.
We suffer greatly on the death or injury of a family member or close friend. We carry the memory of the person now gone, which torments our lives in the break of the attachment to the continuity of the road we had travelled through life.
The memory itself, brings the sorrow. Is a mind in suffering, a mind in shock of a loss, a religious mind?
And through the course of all our shared lives together we have never known peace. And this also has great relationship to the inner nature of our psychological lives. Fifteen thousand wars in the past only six thousand years has added immense suffering to the lives of all of mankind. Thats your life, as much as it is mine.
And we are still at it today.
We have turned war into an industry demanding more be spent on weapons annually which blow innocent children to bits, than we are spending to providing children with food. Is a mind which participates in conflict and war a religious mind?
It is little wonder we suffer in a world such as this. The deception, the lies, the mistrust, the greed, the self-interest, the fear, the divisions by the billion, from the great houses of religious entertainment to the parliament and presidential buildings, from Temple, to Mosque, to Cathedral. We could go on and on and on and on. Suffering seems the common lot of all of mankind.
Suffering arises from conflict and conflict is found in every division.
Is a suffering mind, a religious mind? Is a divisive mind, a religious mind? Beliefs divide men, is a believing mind, a religious mind? Many are those who claim so.
As suffering is a commonality for all of humanity, as one group brings suffering to the other, as the powerful shit on the lives of the weak, as the rich love more and more the superficialities they seek, their power, self-love and their greed.
But don’t condemn, for this is common to all of humanity, this inner nature which divides us all.
And so does it hold any potential to state that the consciousness of humanity, is one movement?
If I suffer, and you suffer, only in different ways, are we not standing on the same ground of suffering? And are the divisive contents of the inner recorded knowledge in our minds, not the very nature, the root of all of this pain? And so when you look, if you look, if you dare to look at your inner movements of thought, you are looking into the mind of all of humanity.
Perhaps now, you might begin to understand why the world is as the world is.
What is thought? Memory.
What is the place of thought? It has many. At place of work, to act in skill. To remember where is home, how to drive, play a musical instrument, talk a language, remember the face of a lover or spouse or friend. Thought has a million bona fide uses. But why, inside every human being, has thought built this movement of 'self', necessitating self-interest, which again, is the flowering of the insanity of a 'Great Reset', the agenda of 'climate change', the deception of politicians and rich men, who have divided their lives from the rest of humanity and are following their laid out plans of a long known and discussed agenda.
The latest flowering of insanity of a human consciousness which functions the way we all do. Look through the history books, the insane this day are only the latest representatives of a very old club of 'authority' bringing immense suffering to humanity in the name of making life good.
The entire activity of our daily lives is founded on the movement of thought, which is memory, and memory is extremely limited to only the totality of divisively remembered past experiences. This is the communal divisive psychological cage which mankind lives within this day. This cage, brings us to conflict, as it's past, future, values, beliefs, prejudices, ideologies, desires and fears all differ between us. Naturally so, for no one shares the same past.
Can this inner cage which limits our lives, drives desires and fears and so much suffering ever come to an end?
Thought brings limitation to our lives. Verify these words, accept nothing, it will do you no good.
Not to be modified, made or 'built back better', for to change in such a way, is to continue the same limitations in modified continuity.
The nature of the Royal decreed Great Upset.
No, there is nothing special about these people, in fact they are identical in psychological nature to the average man on the street, same fear, same desire, same self interest, same hate, same self love and little for others. Massive self interest. Their unwarranted elevated societal position likely gives them a feeling there is something special about them. In the same nature perhaps as Hitler and Mao and Mussolini shared the same insane grand delusions.
And look where they 'led' our race.
But, no stones. This is a human problem. Not limited to a few.
We are all the same, all limited, tied down, confused, seeking to change, but the change which is sought, is sought by that which needs end, and so a change is never realised. Forever traveling past to future, desirous, divisive, self interested and carrying fear.
And we call ourselves religious.
How can a mind so diabolically structured be 'religious'? Is it such a simple matter of living like this, in fear, carrying hatred and jealousy, divided, wounded and adding the words
What does it mean to end?
What does it mean to end to everything I carry which divides my life from another?
My religious acceptance of a traditional life, my feeling of patriotism, my attachment to family, friends, my ideologies, my beliefs, all carried from past to future inwardly indefinitely. All living alongside fear and desire.
Can this entire psychological movement of 'self', that which divides one man's life from another, can this inner conceptual movement end? Is this inner nature what we desire to continue beyond physical death? The continuity of fear, desires, all past, the continuity of self-interest, attachments, identity, is this it? Or is it the ‘soul’?
What is 'the soul', is it different to this movement of confused, conflicted, brutally divided human consciousness? If it is, then it is already beyond this ‘me’.
Thought will end at death. Nothing more certain. The movements of the brain’s memory cells cannot continue after the brain dies. Can we not end it before? We are to face this definite ending in the future, and that future is now.
Now contains the whole of time. The past and the future are found now.
We don’t like this, this approaching an ending, because the ending of the ‘me’, my identity, all attachments, pleasures, pains and desires I carry, a bag of inner educated and traditional concepts, denies the continuity of all this we carry, the 'meaning' of our life, which is the denial of any meaning at all. The ending of our life lived in seeking greater perfection, by carrying the past forwards psychologically in an action we call 'progress', which is a continuity in modified from of the same old rot.
When we die, our attachments end.
We end, in the nature of a psychological 'self'. Might it be possible to end this 'self' before physical death? To birth a new society? One where we live together in peace with minds rooted in the actual loving, living and dying sacred present quality of life?
Is this what Christ meant, when he said ‘unless a man be born again’? If this inner self, built and founded from knowledge can end, then so can jealousy, anxiety, violence, which all arise from and in relationship to the psychological attachments I carry. The stupidity of the eternal arising of the insane claiming the world as their own, can end. Self interest, the divisive factor, which so tears our world apart, can end.
Is attachment leading to jealousy, pain, conflict and violence and ambitious, competitive, aggressive self interest, the nature of a religious mind?
Our society needs change and those proposing the change do not have a clue, because they are acting in the area of what brings suffering to mankind’s lives. They are seeking change, and leading the change, is that which needs to end. It's a common problem.
Divisive, conceptual, limited thought.
The real change will come when we understand creation and the truth of what a religious life is, and this is only to be found, surely, in the ending of that which denies it, and what denies it is the movement of thinking within, the movement of mankind's consciousness. Divisive, aggressive, fearful, desirous, attached, travelling divisively together forever separated in illusory psychological time.
This is not personal, this is ubiquitous to our race.
The revolution this world needs meet is within us, not external to our lives, it is the unholy nature of how we live here, inwardly, which has built this outer world of insecurity, wars, suffering and fear. An irreligious world. For all it's churches and temples, this is an irreligious world. If it had religion, it would look far differently than it does today.
This revolution demands the ending of what is today, not a modification, making it 'better' in time.
Better corruption, is still corruption.
An ending is a death, without a death, nothing new will ever be found. And the death required is at the root of all problems.
That's you. Reading this here.
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