The Con of the Senses

“Following after the endless desires of the senses leads to an entrapment of addiction and the bondage of always needing more. Sense cravings can only be temporarily satisfied for varying lengths of time depending on the individual. Yet, inevitably attachments will always convince us we are lacking and thereby make us a slave to their needs.” It is the grandest illusion of the path of selfishness/ego that the senses (desire and attachment) can eventually be satisfied and ever-fulfilled. If I just got that career I would be complete. If I just made x amount of money I would be set. If …

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There is Nothing External Imposing Consequences, it is Self-Fulfilling According to Free Will

“All are choosing their own destiny of liberated happiness or enslaved misery according to expressing their soul’s desires. There is nothing external imposing consequences, it is self-fulfilling according to free will.” There is no external power or entity for us to blame or project our circumstances on. Our entire reality is a holographic projection from within us that shifts and changes according to our own subconscious beliefs, desires, and perceptions. The world is perfect just as it is and has everything available within it for us to perceive, we are the one’s that label it otherwise and seek to find a …

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We Can Perceive a World of Selfishness or Godliness, the Choice is Ours

“Some souls are attracted to goodness, abundance, and service while others by fear, scarcity, and selfishness. The attraction is self-imposed and according to each soul being what it is. All align with what they desire.” With the gift of consciousness we can perceive the universe unfolding to us as we see fit. Subsequently, some of us will choose to see scarcity and lack and thus respond with fear and selfishness while others will choose to see abundance and eternity and thus respond with service, joy, and peace. There is no right or wrong here, it is just a matter of perspective and …

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