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Posted by on 2010/12/10 under Uncategorized

Well, #104, you are quite wrong. You belong, I belong, every living thing belongs. Even the trees belong. It is a shame you don’t think so. But we all belong, because we are all one.
“We’re all one consciousness. We’re not our bodies. that’s an illusion. Our physical forms are just a temporary condensation of consciousness in material form. This one consciousness is our true identity. And we all know this deep within us: I know that you know that we all know that we are one. We’re all just playing this game. In ordinary reality, we’ve deliberately gone to sleep on this knowledge. It’s not just a metaphor. Our minds are all linked, yet we’ve made this consensual agreement to pretend that we don’t know it. We’ll just play out this game of creating different forms and names and individualities.”
You may not take it so literally as I or others do, but it still remains that our subjective experiences still stem from one source. Our bodies are just vessels of these subjective experiences, but what inhabits your body is the same being that inhabits mine, is the same being that inhabits everyone else’s.
All the things you feel, I feel. Why do you think no one is like you? Why, I am you. Every emotion you can muster, I have felt it too. Every question you ask has crossed my mind as well. Our thoughts are collective, our emotions even more so.
It is an ignorant mistake to make advising people that they do not belong, or are alien from each other. The very fact that we all innately seek to belong is proof of how we are connected. Maybe we don’t seek to belong, but rather we are trying to rediscover the oneness to which we do belong?
Maybe once you come to terms with the oneness that is all living consciousness, you will be at peace with yourself. You should not define yourself and others by your differences, but by what you share. Your own Self.

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