what do you see?
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As we look at life what do we see?
Is it the truth – or just a perspective?
As children we played games in our own make believe world – agreeing to this as a safe place, that is a dangerous place, one is the king, one is the villain, the game being shaped by children’s stories and experienced through our own stimulated imagination.
As adults we turn out to be just older children playing the same games in the world of our own make believe reality, deciding this is acceptable, that isn’t, you are this and I am that, this is acceptable, that isn’t - all shaped by adult stories in the media, society, politics and religion and experienced in our own stimulated imagination.
Don’t we all spend our lifetime building and defending what amounts to just a created viewpoint of reality? And we bind ourselves to it!
Isn’t our reality of who we are just a fashioned and shaped point of view. It remains ‘real’ until we stop interpreting everything and instead see clearly for ourselves.
‘Seeing’ it is done in a state of clarity, free of an established point of view, preconception, and the running commentary we have in our minds. Seeing is a state in which we can see what is without it being limited or skewed by interpreting influences.
Why waste any time building, protecting and saving the entity we aren’t.
What could be more valuable at this point than letting go of our own limiting vision to focus our attention on discovering what we really are?
Socrates said, ‘Know thyself’
Our hidden immensity can be experienced.
Expanding our consciousness is going beyond our present limitations.
trouble, it is sometimes better to keep your