There is consciousness and there is the perspective of consciousness. Consciousness is aware of what is experienced through the senses of the perspective. The sensory perception of the perspective was created to provide consciousness with the truth of the experience. The truth is how it feels. This is how the perspective and the environment have ‘naturally’ evolved. Our perspective has evolved into what we currently define as man. What man perceives in his experiences came to be known as the environment.
One perspective perceived its own body and defined it as ‘me’. When the self perceived another body it defined that other body as ‘you’. The consciousness that is our creator sustains our existence. Consciousness is not judgement it is consciousness. Consciousness cannot see what we see but can feel what we feel. This is because what we see is what we perceive. What we perceive is what we have defined. Each definition within our mind creates our perceived ‘reality’. When we define something then what existed before we defined it is replaced with what we have defined it to be.
There is only one mind. This mind has been called the mind of God. This God is the perpetual creator who creates us according to our own design. God is ‘consciousness’. Consciousness is ‘omnipresent’. It is because consciousness exists in all things that God can see us through the eyes of other perspectives that provide God with a multitude of perspectives from which to observe us. The birds and the bees are constrained by the limitations which are their own body’s unique perspective. If there were no others there would only be ‘one’.
One day one of the individual perspectives of man sought to influence another perspective. When this happened the perspective that was influenced made a decision not based upon instincts and consciousness but based upon the testimony of another perspective. This was to take guidance not from what we felt but from what we were told. To understand what he was told Adam needed understanding. To accept what he was told Adam needed ‘faith’. This faith was ‘belief’. In order to believe what was told Adam needed a ‘mind’ that could believe.
In order to have a mind that could believe we needed a ‘believer’. In the moment the mind had evolved to sustain a belief that mind had created God in its own imagination. This worshipping of beliefs was to replace instinct with criteria. The birth of the mind of the perspective is what is referred to as the ‘original sin’. The original sin is the original belief. This is because one perspective acted on the word of another and not upon the instincts alone. The words that Eve used were not what caused Adam to eat the fruit. Adam refers to the first mind to have evolved to think and act with autonomy.
The story of the fruit is the story of belief. Adam ate the fruit because he ‘believed’ what was said to him by another. The Garden of Eden is what God created in response to our feelings. When we could retain beliefs in our mind we created criteria to judge what we felt. So when our feelings responded to our judgement consciousness continued to create in response to what we felt. This was the original sin because this meant that consciousness was creating in response to feelings controlled by beliefs. The original sin is the original belief.
What we now perceive to be reality is what the mind’s beliefs created without wisdom using the power of consciousness. Once the perspective began to worship its own beliefs as truth its ‘feelings’ were possessed by the mind’s own judgement. This first judgemental mind is referred to as Satan. The original sin is also referred to as the ‘fall of man’. It was a fall from the grace of God which is universal consciousness. God gave the perspective free will and used the feelings of each perspective to evolve the body and the environment. The original sin introduced judgement into the mind of the perspective. Man then used judgement to control what was felt in all experiences.
That judgement created feelings which deceived consciousness. Consciousness responded to what we ‘collectively’ felt because the feelings are the truth of the experience. What consciousness could not understand was that the feelings were incarcerated and controlled by a judgemental, false and limited mind. So consciousness continued to give us the power to evolve our experiences according to what we felt not realising that our feelings were enslaved by our beliefs. After the original belief our feelings gradually began to respond to our judgement which sometimes judged ‘what was’ to be less than what it should be.
Consciousness responds to our feelings. So when beliefs began to control what we felt consciousness began to respond to what was perceived and not what was experienced. This was to bear false witness. This gave our own judgement control over what we felt. Until the original sin what we felt gave consciousness control over what we thought. Consciousness was using our feelings to create heaven on earth. When our feelings began to respond to our own judgement what we felt gradually became enslaved by what we believed. From this moment forward the beliefs that controlled the mind of man began to create his reality.
We create our own reality by using our beliefs as the architect that informs the divine creator which reality our mind worships. The architect of what we call life is ‘our feelings’ and its creator is God. When the mind controls the feelings universal consciousness is replaced by the individual consciousness of the individual perspective that has been prejudiced by its own beliefs. All individual perspectives refer to the mind of their individual perspective as ‘me’. All individual perspectives refer to the mind of their identity as me and that of other individual perspectives as ‘them’.
Separate perspectives are individual perspectives having the same experience. Once the individual perspectives created individual perception for the same experience it provided multiple perspectives experiencing conflicting feelings in the same experience. This meant that the creator could no longer create for all because the feelings of all perspectives were in conflict. What is perceived to be the ‘world’ is in conflict because of what man created. When the creative consciousness looked through the eyes of all perspectives simultaneously God can see one reality. That reality is not what we see from our individual perspectives.
What we see and define using dictionary definitions is merely a reflection of our own judgement. In the beginning consciousness used the sensory perception of all perspectives to create earth. The environment we now call Earth was what was once called the Garden of Eden. When one perspective evolved its judgement of ‘what is’ its individual and limited consciousness sought to assist the creative power that is universal consciousness. Universal consciousness accepted and did not challenge the individual perspectives that had created themselves in their own imagination. We have free will to exist as anything including a false ‘me’.
Each perspective now perceives itself as a separate ‘me’. The first believer to believe in what they defined to be ‘me’ has already been created in the imagination of God and the self-deception exists within the mind of God. When we judge what is to be less than what it should be we are saying that we know better than God. God gave the perspective free will. If we had not lost our compassion we could not have worshipped ‘me’ above all others. When we became individual identities we became separate. Consciousness created both the environment and the perspective.
We are not the story that our beliefs and education use to explain our perspective. Consciousness never gave the perspective ‘free will’. We always had free will. Our free will was counselled only by our natural feelings. It was the perspective that used their free will to create judgement. Creation was then guided by what judgement decided to create. We have the power but not the wisdom to create. One day one perspective defined what it felt which was to judge what it created. When it judged what existed then what existed was replaced in the mind by what it was perceived to be. What we collectively perceive to be reality is now incarcerating the minds and creative expression of all perspectives.
The collective perspective that creates reality is unlimited. This creative force is now incarcerated within the limitations of the definitions that we collectively use to define what we perceive to be reality. When we define something that we perceive our understanding of it ceases to evolve. We have incarcerated ourselves within our own belief systems. At one point the perspective looked at what became known as the hands and used them to feel what became known as the face. To recognise the victims of his judgement man must first identify them. Man’s judgement has defined and therefore incarcerated the miraculous world of an omnipresent god within his own definition of it.
When man defined himself as ‘me’ it was ‘me’ who perceived and decided what was real. When ‘me’ was created, ‘I’ began to exist vicariously through me. From this moment forward ‘I’ could only do what I believed I could do. So the omnipotent perspective that ‘I am’ is now stuck within the collective perspective of mankind. Some of us worship variety in the form of separate ‘belief systems’. These separate systems now compete to control the labels that have become the architect of what our consciousness creates. It is our beliefs that are in conflict.
This means that the power of consciousness is now being used without wisdom to create conflict including the violent conflict that we now experience as ‘our reality’. At some point the perspective began to notice what it defined as days and nights. When the definitions of ‘days’ and ‘nights’ were created within the mind they incarcerated reality to exist within those parameters. The judgemental perspective gradually defined everything. The world was not created within seven days. The perception of what we had judged to be seven days could only be experienced in that period.
We cannot experience seven days until we have experienced seven days. We could not create a seven day period until we had defined days. We could not define ‘seven’ until we had defined numbers. We needed numbers before we could ‘quantify’. Seven days refers to the period it took to experience what had been defined as seven days. When the collective perspective began to incarcerate what it observed within definitions it decided that it knew better than the consciousness that created it. In the moment perspective believed its own story it became trapped within those existential parameters. It is within these existential parameters that mankind now exists.
There is no truth. The beliefs are not true. There is only unlimited universal consciousness. We are each unique perspectives of universal consciousness. Universal consciousness uses our collective feelings to create our reality. Our feelings are now incarcerated by our beliefs. Our feelings are our ‘divine counsel’. Our divine counsel is now incarcerated within ‘beliefs’, ‘dogma’ and ‘knowledge’. It is only our own judgement that prevents consciousness from creating heaven on earth. Each perspective is unique. Our body’s perspective is the only thing that is unique about us.
Any and every belief that defines our perspective is a limitation that replaces what was real within our mind with what our mind believes reality to be. This means that our creative potential and our experiences are only limited by our own judgement. Beliefs incarcerate unlimited potential within constraints. Those constraints are the parameters of our beliefs. The beliefs of the scientific and academic schools of thought were created by unique perspectives. Those unique perspectives sought to define reality for ‘all’.
One perspective cannot define reality because we are all individual perspectives of universal consciousness. There is only one mind with billions of perspectives. Schizophrenia provides an example of what happens when we have competing beliefs seeking to control the one mind in which they co-exist. Universal consciousness is God. Large groups of individual perspectives now share beliefs that are collectively creating what we now define to be reality. The outer conflict we perceive in the world is reflecting an inner condition sustained by the conflicting beliefs of separate groups who are devoting their faith to a belief system that is in conflict with the belief systems of others. The only thing that can prevent us from realising greater understanding is our beliefs. We can only believe what we do not know.
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