Perception is not vision. Perception is the projection of the beliefs that the mind uses to define reality. Perception gives us the power to create reality. The objective of education is to ensure the collective perception is constrained within a systemic thought system. The systemic thought system ensures that the mind sees what it believes. What the mind sees is what is perceived according to the beliefs that define reality. Education ensures we collectively perceive the reality defined by the words of the dictionary. Education created perception which created ‘perceived reality’.
When we believe that the words in the dictionary represent reality experience cannot exceed those beliefs. What our mind sees is what we perceive to be reality. Our beliefs prejudice our perception of what we perceive to be our reality. What we have not realised is that our beliefs are ‘indirectly’ creating reality. The cause of our unhappiness is what we believe not what we experience. Perception is sustained by beliefs. Change the beliefs and you change perception. If we change perception we change reality. Uniformed perception sustained by beliefs has its origin in education and religion. Educated perception creates the world we share. Why educate?
Education ensures that the mind can only perceive the ‘official’ version of reality. The powers of the world with the biggest population indirectly create the environment of those within their jurisdiction. To control reality you condition the minds of all children under your jurisdiction. Education is used to define and therefore control what the mind sees and what the mind believes it sees by editing perception with the beliefs that are used to define reality. When conditioned our minds are programmed with a code. The code expresses itself in what we have defined as language. The code is embedded within the words that represent language. In folk tales and fairy tales the book of spells is a metaphor for what we now call the dictionary.
We are entranced and spellbound by the hypnosis of words. Words have absolute control over our ability to understand and communicate. Words can only control us if we believe that they are what they represent. Perception creates reality. Education ensures that what we perceive is what we believe. We can only believe what we do not know! Beliefs incarcerate reality within what is perceived to be reality. The world is incarcerated within a metaphorical computer code that is the source of the language that controls how an educated mind perceives reality. The author of our script is not us. The author is ‘authority’.
The creative power of God is the mind of God. God creates what the mind perceives. What the mind perceives is what the mind believes it sees. What the mind believes is programmed with words installed into our minds through education. This occurs by ‘learning’ or ‘acquiring’ knowledge through the mediums of ‘religion’, ‘education’, ‘media’, ‘propaganda’ and ‘legislation’. God’s power is expressed through the collective perception of mankind. Authority controls perception in order to harness the most powerful forces on earth.
The most powerful forces on earth are faith and imagination. The believers are the hostages of authority. We are the hostages held and the ransom to be paid is our faith in authorised beliefs. God creates what we perceive. If our behaviour exceeds what the conditioning of beliefs permit then we can no longer sustain the authorised version of reality. Those who do not believe will be imprisoned or murdered. So, out of compassion, God works within the constraints of the belief systems to awaken us. Because once we are no longer controlled by beliefs neither is our perception.
If perception creates reality and we can change our perception we can restore Eden. Beliefs sustain perception. Beliefs are used by ‘authority’ to replace each one of us with a mind that is intended to be little more than an operating system that can be manipulated by those in power. This is an attempt to harness the creative power of God to serve generic beliefs. God creates what we perceive. Our perception reflects our beliefs. Our perception creates reality. Mathew 18:19 “If two of you agree here on earth concerning anything you ask, my Father in heaven will do it for you”.
If we control the perception of the majority we control reality. It is only the beliefs we individually worship that incarcerate the perception of our own mind. The script of our lives is written by religions and governments. What we experience as reality is what our collective perception creates. With the power of God our perception is creating reality. Our perception is now being influenced by advertising, media, religions and government propaganda. Why? If we realise that our perception of reality is creating reality then we may realise that we can change ‘reality’.
To experience a different life we just create a different reality. That reality can be heaven or hell. The choice is ours. We have free will so we can live in the Garden of Eden or the embers of war and destruction. Knowledge seeks to tell us what is and what is not. Why? Because our imagination is constrained by what we believe is ‘real’ and what we believe is ‘possible’. If we believe that it is not possible for us to change our reality we will pray for a miracle. What is a miracle? A miracle is something we are educated to believe is impossible ‘for us’.
If our mind has been educated to understand the word ‘impossible’ then we cannot perceive what is impossible. We are what the word miracle misrepresents. Technological evolution shows that for us all things are possible. We are creating what we perceive to be reality but education tells us that our perceived reality is wholly external. We did evolve. We evolved our reality with our growing understanding of it. Our understanding prejudiced our perception which worshipped what we believed.
We were also created and sustained by God who gave us ideas in response to thoughts so we could evolve what is defined to be an external world. We are the consciousness that has the power to manipulate the particle and the wave. We have not realised we are the one mind that creates all. We cannot be destroyed. Some of us decided to control all of us. If you can control and incarcerate the consciousness of mankind you control the collective perception that creates reality. This is done by ownership of every new born child including its mind.
Perception is a veil through which the mind sees. The veil filters what is seen by reducing what can be seen through the veil. The veil is the lens of the mind that prejudices the perception of the believer with his own beliefs. The belief’s function is to prejudice perception. If I believe you are a thief I see a thief. If I believe you are my brother I see my brother. My mind sees what it believes. KJV, 2 Corinthians 3:14 “But their minds were blinded: for until this day remaineth the same vail untaken away in the reading of the old testament; which vail is done away in Christ.”
KJV, Mathew 7.7-8 “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.” Question the integrity of all beliefs. Ideas exist beyond the doors of our perception. Look within and ‘imagine’ seeing, experiencing and feeling the joy in your life and it will appear. We can only believe what we do not know. Beliefs control our perception. Our perception is trespassing where our imagination belongs. Perception was created to control our body’s chemistry experienced as feelings.
Look within, imagine and have compassion for all, even your enemies. Look within and imagine a world fit for those you love. If we change our beliefs we change what we feel. Bad feelings are nothing more than perceptually induced ‘neurochemical responses’. Whoever owns your faith owns you. Whoever owns your beliefs, owns you. What you believe ‘controls’ you! KJV, 2 Corinthians 3:14 “Nevertheless when it shall turn to the Lord, the vail shall be taken away.” As infants we imagine and then we communicate what our imagination would have us do only to be told ‘we can’t’. We can!
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