“The greatest challenge in life isn’t that we survive, it is our choice to thrive.”
Who We Are:
We are eternal beings existing in infinite experiences beyond the perception of our imagination. Our body, mind and heart are connected to our spirit and the universe through the multi-dimensional conduit of our intuition. We are related with all possibility all the time with everyone and everything that was, is and will ever be. We are an expansive illustration of all creation. Our potential and resiliency is emulated and sustained by the nature that embodies us. The power of our consciousness, inspiration, listening and presence is our common birthright. Our personal transformation is the essential expression of our creativity.
Where We Are:
Reality and our experience of it is a three-dimensional construct devised and maintained to amuse, distract and detain us into the parameters of duality. Society is a vortex that insatiably devours our creativity, consciousness, energy, intention and possibility. In our daily encounters we are given two options; yes or no, left or right, up or down, liberal or conservative, good or evil, etc. We accept and apply this communal understanding because we do not identify and explore existential diversity. We turn our backs on our own experiences, insights, lifestyles, perceptions and thoughts for a superficial sense of belonging, purpose and worth.
We have a natural desire to sense only what we want. Our experience is primarily dependent upon our advantage, comfort, convenience, interest and willingness. We often shy away or even criticize and discredit all that is distinct from our unique lifestyle, perception and understanding. Our reality is fashioned not by our choice, but the frequent avoidance of our choice. Our life becomes a decision of what we don’t want instead of what we truly need. We have enabled reality with our mere existence. Our attention and engagement sustains our attachment to and dependence on a subservient human survival.
“It is not our reality that is the most powerful influence of our life. It is our oblivion.”
Buying in to Oblivion:
Human beings have an innate tendency to be enchanted by the artificial mysticism of obscurity. It is an enigma of reality that consumes our attention, awareness, intention and enlightenment. When our consciousness has been compromised by this insensible dimension of perception, our experience of life is severely diminished and inevitably manipulated. Creativity, destiny, purpose and the possibility for transformation all cease to exist. The investment of our energy, focus and involvement with the comfortable and common diversion of human oblivion concedes our aim, passion and will to thrive. We become a shadow of all we were destined to be.
The Power We Yield:
We are an extraordinary and enormous expression of energy. Yet, most of our potential is never acknowledged, embraced or fulfilled. Simply being with our own empowerment terrifies us, let alone expressing or living it. We convince ourselves that it is much easier to acquiesce our personal power instead of claiming its ownership. We pass our personal empowerment onto authority figures and elected officials with an expectation they will achieve our desired outcome. When they inevitably don’t, we demonize them as failures without realizing the absence of our own initiative and participation.
The Greatest Con on Earth:
We are too clever for our own good. Every day we invent strategies to conceal and defend our agendas, deficiencies, downfalls, fears and insecurities. Eventually these ploys become our rackets which enable our unhealthy lifestyles thus suspending us in our self-induced confusion. Once we have been successfully captivated by our own artificial authority, we begin to impose our rackets upon others. We deceive, distort and fabricate to proliferate our selfish desires and false power. For us to break our patterns of manipulation, we must transcend our illusions and become present to who we truly are.
“Our salvation comes not from what we do, think or say. It is in who we are being.”
An Act of Being:
Ontology is not a practice that is appreciated, emphasized, encouraged or required in our society. It has been forgotten under the heaping pile of metaphysics somewhere between meditation and ritual. Yet, it is one of the only practices that can empower and transform our life and the world. For most of us to be present to our way of being, we must discover, experience and commit our lives to it every day. Our oblivion to being as a culture inhibits our capacity to become the fulfillment of our possibility. The history we carry into our present most certainly ensures the repetitive outcome of our future. We allow our past to dictate our present.
An Epiphany of View:
For us to see what is unknown about ourselves and our lives, we must first distinguish our perspective from who we believe ourselves to be. This takes a great deal of authenticity, dedication, honesty and integrity. Yet before any of these qualities are exercised, we need to experience insights to define our greatest potential. The intention of our vision and mission in life ultimately creates our purpose and destiny. When we release everything we “think” we know about ourselves and create space for possibility, all we could only imagine becomes our experience. Our way of being is the soul of our life’s expression.
The Dawn of Possibility:
Before we can manifest anything new in our lives, it requires us to become present to something we have yet to experience. Within the three-dimensional structure of our everyday routine, our perception is conditioned to observe only what is relative. There is a vast, unknown universe of ourselves to discover. The expanse of our exploration is defined by our willingness to release the known and intentionally embrace the mystery. We are born to be creators of our experience. The expression of our creativity and intention originates from the possibility we choose to apply. Our possibility is the spark that ignites the manifestation of our destiny.
“Enlightenment is possible in the experience of our transformation.”
We all have a wardrobe filled with personality guises we don to achieve, evade and survive. Eventually we become so accustomed to the appearances we present we lose ourselves in the presence of our own collusion. We perceive authenticity, objectivity and sincerity as being needless social expressions of charity and weakness. Yet, these are the essential qualities of our being. Authenticity allows us to become present to and relate with others in profound and powerful ways. It empowers and inspires us to transcend the ordinary reality of doing and become an extraordinary expression of being.
All That We Are:
We don’t know who we are. We live our lives stumbling through our experiences with an aimless wanderlust for consciousness, love, purpose and truth. Yet, when it comes to extending the effort and energy to express and manifest a life that inspires us, we allow ourselves to become distracted, disengaged and disinterested. Our lives will not be fulfilled until we reclaim the power we have long ago yielded to social authority. Until we are real with ourselves and others, our destiny will continue to be a comfortable daydream. When we are present to the truth of our lives, we become the source of our transformation.
“Transformation is becoming conscious to the creativity of human being.”