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All Is Well MKE

Miracles are all around us !! You just have to be the observer and not dismiss them as coincidence!

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Most people just dismiss the miracles in their lives as a fluke or coincidence , when in fact they created them.

I have made the decision to just follow the recipe that our teachers and leaders have set forth and keep doing the right things long enough consistently.

When you follow the instructions and the recipe exactly , miracles happen!

Just let go and know that everything is right with the world because it is incomplete and unfolding for the good of mankind.

There have been tremendous events happen for me this week including abundant business opportunity just showing up unexpected , people calling out of the clear blue sky.

Flood gates breaking open and flowing into my experience and then next week a holiday will be upon us and no doubt more cool stuff will transpire!!!!

I have been practicing for 5 years now and things are beginning to gel for me because I act as if I already have what I desire and I do not care that I don’t have it yet.

I practice delayed gratification.

It takes time to succeed.

Some people go to school for 16 to 20 years before reaping what they have sown.

Be patient , know that everything was put here for our benefit and well being. Get out of your own way and be open to receive!!

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See you in paradise next week!!

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Tommy’s Master Key Experience

Well it’s been 10 + months since I have written on this blog site. Lots of things have transpired and unfolded in my world.

The Master Key Experience has been nothing less than mind blowing.

With my new skills and applying the knowledge that I have accumulated and built on with practice, dedication and hard mental work are paying big dividends.

My life has certainly made a turn for the better. It’s amazing when you change the way you look at things , the things you look at change!

I believe everything IS a Miracle . I have had many wonderful people , events , situations and circumstances automatically show up just at the perfect time.(From my thoughts)

My income has been on the rise , I am in perfect health , my weight is what it was in my youth and I’m feeling great.

I jump out of bed every morning and declare ” It’s going to be a GREAT DAY today!! I wonder what miracles will happen today ?”

Everything is unfolding perfectly . If a so called ” unpleasant event ” happens , I am just grateful and thankful and I know it is working to my advantage.

You see when you care but not that much you live a stress free life and you live longer and get to enjoy it more.

Don’t sweat the small stuff ,and it’s ALL small stuff. I practice delayed gratification and I know that everything ALWAYS works out the right way.

All is right with the universe. Nothing can possibly be wrong because it is a cosmos not a chaos . It is all perfect , though incomplete and it unfolds more and more each and every day.

What a great time to be alive and moving into a new paradigm !! Until we meet again!!

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Continuation Week 42 We Are All Connected


“During the past few decades, science has begun to prove what ancient myth and religion has always espoused: there there may be such a thing as a life force. Frontier scientists all over the globe have produced extraordinary evidence to show that an energy field – the Zero Point Field – connects everything in the universe, and we ourselves are part of this vast dynamic cobweb of energy exchange… the Field is responsible for many of the most profound human mysteries, from alternative medicine and spiritual healing to extra-sensory perception and the collective unconscious.”

To elaborate, the Zero Point Field refers to the staggering amount of energy left in empty space, even at absolute zero, when nothing else is going on. Said to link the micro and the macro, that is, the quantum level and our level of everyday existence, there is simply so much energy going on here – through a variety of mostly still undefined mechanisms – that what we typically falsely think of as “miracles” are not only possible, they are common.

Even more evidence that we are all connected and entangled is the book ” Hundredth Monkey ”
Watch this short review and see what you think !

Peace be the Journey !!http://

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Out Of Bondage MKMMA Week 41


I believe we are entering into a new world paradigm as did Moses when he led the Israelite’s
out of Egypt.

The time has come to awaken every soul on the planet and raise our awareness and consciousness.

Let’s broadcast thoughts of love , courage , power , inspiration , harmony and positive constructive activities.

Our brains are the most powerful transmitters and receivers on the planet and the waves permeate space and time quicker than any radio waves. Together we have a synergistic power that cannot be denied and will prevail!

Charles Haanel wrote over 100 years ago some of these quotes that are of the utmost importance today.

Every thought tends to become a material thing. Our desires are seed thoughts that have a tendency to sprout and grow and blossom and bear fruit. We are sowing these seeds every day. What shall the harvest be? Each of us to-day is the result of his past thinking. Later we shall be the result of what we are now thinking. We create our own character, personality and environment by the thought which we originate, or entertain. Thought seeks its own. The law of mental attraction is an exact parallel to the law of atomic affinity. Mental currents are as real as electric, magnetic or heat currents. We attract the currents with which we are in harmony—are we selecting those which will be conducive to our success? This is the important question.

A new era has dawned, and now, standing in its light, man sees something of the vastness of the meaning of life—something of its grandeur. Within that life is the germ of infinite potencies. One feels convinced that man’s possibility of attainment cannot be measured, that boundary lines to his onward march are unthinkable. Standing on this height he finds that he can draw new power to himself from the infinite energy of which he is a part.

You will see, you must see, that we are at the dawn of a new day; that the possibilities are so
wonderful, so fascinating, so limitless as to be almost bewildering. A century ago any man with an aeroplane or even a Gatling gun could have annihilated a whole army equipped with the implements of warfare then in use. So it is at present. Any man with a knowledge of the possibilities contained in the Master Key has an inconceivable advantage over the multitude.

This new paradigm will bring a vast abundance with it and it will be enjoyed by all!

We have more power than you can imagine so let’s use that power to create for everyone , the joy of life that we were created to enjoy ! Concentrate with all your might the world you desire to experience and it will be so!

Our time is NOW ! Think good thoughts and good things will follow ! The best is yet to come !

May all your days be Happy and full of JOY !

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Master Key Experience Week 40

Wow !! Has it been 40 weeks already? Astonishing how fast time is going by when your having a BLAST living life to the fullest!

It just keeps getting better and better every single day!

I’m so grateful for being a part of this wonderful experience , getting to know some of the charter members and guides, that have been trained by the best , looking forward to meeting them in beautiful ‘Blue Hawaii “…. Yippee, it’s going to be AWESOME !

I wold like to share an exercise that will eliminate F.E.A.R. ( false evidence appearing real )

Yeah , you can google it and see numerous ways and techniques! Everything from herbs to anxiety pills,life coaching , books , seminars etc. , etc………….

When in reality all you need to do is learn how to breathe and expand your lungs and abdomen and awaken your solar plexus and let your light shine !

You don’t need any snake oil or remedy’s , just look inside yourself ! You are natures GREATEST MIRACLE! You have all you need! All wrapped up in a beautiful body and unlimited mind under YOUR direction.
Not your doctor , your priest, your attorney, your shrink , your best friend , your husband , your wife , only your self and your thoughts!

You create your own reality and you are in control of your experience here on this physical plane.

Fear binds , love expands , so get out there and LOVE everything and every one! Be happy and be in control. The mighty Laws Of Nature NEVER fail !

HAWAII here we come ! Yeah Baby!!


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MKMMA Continuation / Week ?? 36 or so!

Hello All,
Life has happened , my son is here for the largest portion of the summer and we have been traveling.
Aahh, life is good!!! I thought I would post a blog this week on Deepak Chopra , ” The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success ” This book is very succinct with the teachings of Charles F. Haanel

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
Deepak Chopra

With an effortless power and simplicity, The Seven Spiritual Laws is a supreme example of contemporary self-help writing. The emphasis on success and prosperity may not seem ‘spiritual’ enough for some, but this is the very point of the book. If you are not a self-sufficient hermit then you are an economic actor who must be able to reconcile wealth generation with the spirit. In being both a devotional tract and a prosperity manual, The Seven Spiritual Laws acknowledges this, and is therefore an emblematic work of our times.

Despite its source in Vedic philosophy, Chopra’s short masterpiece could with some reason be called the Think and Grow Rich of the 1990s. Chopra’s ‘Field of Pure Potentiality’ and Napoleon Hill’s ‘Infinite Intelligence’, for instance, are quite similar concepts, emphasizing attunement with the non-material realm as the key to worldly success. While Napoleon Hill’s work arose out of the simple American obsession with money, The Seven Spiritual Laws draws from Eastern thought and quantum physics, and the notion that power derives from stillness. Chopra goes beyond money to show us what abundance means.

Identifying immutable laws of success is the great challenge of the self-help literature. Karma (cause and effect) and dharma (purpose in life) have been with us for eons, and they form two of Chopra’s seven laws. Here, we look briefly at his other five.

The law of pure potentiality

The field of pure potentiality is the silent realm from which all things flow, from which ‘the unmanifest is made manifest’. In this state of pure consciousness, we have pure knowledge, perfect balance, invincibility and bliss. When accessing the field, we experience our higher, pure selves, and are able to see the futility and waste of living through the ego. While the ego is based in fear, the higher self exists in loving security: ‘It is immune to criticism, it is unfearful of any challenge, and it feels beneath no one. And yet, it is also humble and feels superior to no one, because it recognises that everyone else is the same Self, the same spirit in different guises.’

When the veil of the ego drops, knowledge is revealed and great insights are normal. Chopra refers to Carlos Castenada’s remark that if we could stop trying to uphold our own importance, we would start to see the grandeur of the universe. We can access the field of pure potentiality primarily through meditation and silence, but also through the practice of non-judgement and in appreciation of nature. Once you know the field, you can always retreat to it, and be independent of situations, feelings, people and things. All affluence and creativity flow out of the field.

The law of giving

Have you ever noticed that the more you give, the more you receive? Why does this seem infallible? Chopra says it happens because our minds and bodies are in a constant state of giving and receiving with the universe. To create, to love, to grow, keeps the flow going; not to give stops the flow and, like blood, it clots. The more we give, the more we are involved in the circulation of the universe’s energy, and the more of it we will receive back, in the form of love, material things, serendipitous experiences. Money does makes the world go around, but only if it is given as much as it is received.

If you give, give joyfully. If you want to be blessed, silently bless people by sending them a bundle of positive thought. If you have no money, provide a service. We are never limited in what we can give because the true nature of man is one of affluence and abundance. Nature provides everything we need, and the field of pure potentiality provides the intelligence and creativity to produce even more.

The law of least effort

Just as it is the nature of fish to swim and the sun to shine, it is human nature to turn our dreams into reality – with ease. The Vedic principle of economy of effort says ‘do less and accomplish more’. Is such a concept revolutionary – or crazy? Are hard work, planning and striving a waste of time?

Chopra suggests that, when our actions are motivated by love, not the desires of the ego, we generate excess energy that can be used to create anything we want. In contrast, seeking power over others or trying to get their approval consumes a lot of energy. We are trying to prove something, whereas if we are acting from the higher self, we simply make choices about how and where we will affect evolution and bring abundance.

The first step is to practice acceptance. We cannot hope to channel the universe’s effortless power if we are fighting against it. Say to yourself, even in very difficult situations: ‘This moment is as it should be.’ Secondly, practice defenselessness. If we are continually defending our point of view, or blaming others, we can’t really be open to the perfect alternative that waits in the wings.

The law of intention and desire

This is the most complex law, and of course the most alluring. Chopra notes that while a tree is locked into a single purpose (to put down roots, grow, photosynthesize), the intelligence of the human nervous system allows us to actually shape the mind and the laws of nature to bring about the achievement of a freely imagined desire. This occurs through the process of attention and intention.

While attention on something will energise it and make it expand, intention triggers energy and information and ‘organizes its own fulfilment’. How does this happen? The author uses the analogy of a still pond. If our mind is still, we can toss into it a pebble of intention, creating ripples that move through space and time. If the mind is like a turbulent sea, we could throw a skyscraper into it and there would be no effect. Once the intention is introduced, in this receptive stillness, we can depend on the infinite organising power of the universe to make it manifest. We ‘let the universe handle the details’.

The law of detachment

Though you may have an intention, you must give up your attachment to its realisation before it can manifest. We can have a one-pointed focus on something, but if we are attached to a specific outcome it will produce fear and insecurity at the possibility of it not happening. A person who is attuned to their higher self will have intentions and desires, but their sense of self is not riding on the outcome; there is a part of them that cannot be affected.

In Chopra’s words: ‘Only from detached involvement can one have joy and laughter. Then the symbols of wealth are created spontaneously and effortlessly. Without detachment we are prisoners of helplessness, hopelessness, mundane needs, trivial concerns, quiet desperation, and seriousness – the distinctive features of everyday mediocre existence and poverty consciousness.’ Without detachment we feel we must force solutions onto problems; with detachment, we are free to witness the perfect solutions that spontaneously emerge from chaos.

This book really resonated with me! It has all the things that Haanel wrote about in ” The Master Key System” and coincides with things Sages and all enlightened teachers speak about. I have also experienced recently some mantras and chants by Thomas Ashley-Farrand , AWESOME STUFF ! I highly recommend you check them out !
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The Law Of Attraction- Week 28 Master Keys Experience

My apologies for missing a couple of weeks! No excuses or reasons why ( because they are one in the same) . I have been doing other things that’s all. I thought it would be beneficial for all to see this video and use your own discernment and then decide for yourself. Just recall some of the events in your past and see if this does ring true ! Enjoy !

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As A Man Thinketh MKMMA 26

In its theme that ‘mind is the master weaver’, creating our inner character and outer circumstances, As A Man Thinketh is an in-depth exploration of the central idea of self-empowerment writing.

James Allen’s contribution was to take an assumption we all share – that because we are not robots we therefore control our thoughts – and reveal its fallacy. Because most of us believe that mind is separate from matter, we think that thoughts can be hidden and made powerless – this allows us to think one way and act another. But Allen believed that the unconscious mind generates as much action as the conscious mind, and while we may be able to sustain the illusion of control through the conscious mind alone, in actuality we are continually faced with a question, ‘Why cannot I make myself do this or achieve that?’ In noting that desire and will are sabotaged by the presence of thoughts that do not accord with the desire, Allen was led to the startling conclusion that, ‘We do not attract what we want, but what we are.’ Achievement happens because you as a person embody the external achievement; you don’t ‘get’ success but become it. There is no gap between mind and matter.

We are the sum of our thoughts

The logic of the book is unassailable: noble thoughts make a noble person, negative thoughts hammer out a miserable one. To a person mired in negativity, the world looks as if it is made of confusion and fear. On the other hand, Allen noted, when we curtail our negative and destructive thoughts, ‘All the world softens towards us, and is ready to help us.’ We attract not only what we love – but what we fear. His explanation for why this happens is simple: those thoughts which receive our attention, good or bad, go into the unconscious to become the fuel for later events in the real world. As Emerson said, ‘A person is what he thinks about all day long.’

Our circumstances are us

Part of the fame of this book is its contention that ‘Circumstances do not make a person, they reveal him.’ This seems an exceedingly heartless comment, a justification for neglect of those in need and a rationalisation of exploitation and abuse; of the superiority of those at the top of the pile, and the inferiority of those at the bottom. This, however, would be a knee-jerk reaction to an argument of subtlety. While Allen does not deny that poverty can ‘happen’ to a person or a people, what he tries to make clear is that defensive actions like blaming the perpetrator will only further run the wheels into the rut. What measures us, what reveals us, is how we use those circumstances as an aid or spur to progress. A successful person or community, in short, is that which can process failure with the most efficiency.

Each set of circumstances, however bad, offers a unique opportunity for growth. If circumstances always determined the life and prospects of people, then humanity would never have progressed. In actuality, circumstances seem to be designed to bring out the best in us, and if we make the decision that we have been ‘wronged’ then we are unlikely to begin a conscious effort to escape from our situation. It all seems too hopeless. But as any biographer knows, a person’s early life and its conditions are often the greatest gift to an individual. Gold does not emerge from jewellers’ shops but from mud and rock.

One self-help author influenced by Allen is Wayne Dyer. Dyer observed that ‘…being broke is a temporary state of affairs that afflicts almost everyone at one time or another, but being poor is an attitude, a set of beliefs that gets reinforced when we shift to blaming life circumstances for the condition of our poverty’. The tragedy of poverty is that children born into it begin to accept it as part of their culture. Allen talks about those who feel that it is all right to do shoddy work because they are being paid so little. Yet this attitude – superficially justifiable – keeps them in the very situation they despise.

Tranquility = success

The influence of Buddhism on Allen’s thought is obvious in the emphasis on ‘right thinking’, but it is also apparent in his suggestion that the best path to success is calmness of mind. People who are calm, relaxed and purposeful appear to look like that is their natural state, but nearly always it is the fruit of self-control. These people have an advanced knowledge of how thought works, coming from years of literally ‘thinking about thought’. According to Allen, they have a magnet-like attraction because they are not swept up by every little wind of happenstance. We turn to them because they are masters of themselves. ‘Tempest-tossed’ souls battle to get success, but success avoids the unstable.

Final word

Almost a hundred years after publication, As A Man Thinketh continues to get rave reviews from readers. The plain prose and absence of hype are appealing within a genre that contains sensational claims and personalities, and the fact that we know so little about Allen makes the work somehow more intriguing.

The book’s title comes from the Bible – ‘As a man thinketh, so he is’ – but despite this provenance, As A Man Thinketh is religion-neutral. Allen believed that the dynamic that linked thought to action and outer circumstances was a metaphysical law that could not err. In the way it identifies universal laws and applies them to the mechanics of desire and prosperity, the book is appropriately the 20th century’s first self-help classic.

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I thought I would post something on the power of our mind , perception of ourselves , what other people say about us , and how it effects us. Here is a short video with Dr. Maxwell Maltz. Enjoy!

What is cybernetics?

The word cybernetic comes from the Greek for ‘steersman’, and in the modern sense usually refers to systems of control and communication in machines and animals: how, for instance, a computer or a mouse organises itself to achieve a task. Maltz applied the science to man to form psycho-cybernetics. However, while inspired by the development of sophisticated machines, his book denounced the idea that man can be reduced to a machine. Psycho-cybernetics bridges the gap between our mechanistic models of the brain’s functioning (cliches like ‘Your brain is a wonderful computer’), and the knowledge of ourselves as being a lot more than machine.

Maltz said that human beings have an ‘essence’ or life force that cannot be reduced to a mere brain and physical body. Jung called it the libido, Bergson the elan vital. A person cannot be defined by their physical body or brain, just as electricity cannot be defined by the wire through which it travels. We are, rather, systems in constant flux.

Some readers will be uncomfortable with this distinction between the brain and the mind, but it does make sense in relation to Maltz’s key statement: ‘Man is not a machine, but has and uses a machine.’ This distinction is crucial to understanding the larger subject of the book: setting and achieving goals.

Guided missile technology applied to humans

The founder of cybernetics was American mathematician Norbert Wiener, who spent World War Two refining guided missile technology. Maltz thought: why could the technology behind guided missiles of a constant feedback loop in order to maintain direction not be applied to human achievement? He realised the key point about the loop is that it gains an automaticity when the target or goal is very clearly fixed. When you first learn to drive, you have to worry about every car and process every sign ahead of you on the road – the result is that you move slowly and are vulnerable to getting lost. In time, however, driving becomes easy because you know your destination when you sit behind the wheel, and body and mind automatically do what is necessary to reach it.

Cybernetics appeared such a breakthrough to Maltz because its implication was that achievement was a matter of choice. Most important to the dynamic of achieving was the ‘what’ (the target), rather than the ‘how’ (the path). The frontal lobes or conscious thinking part of the brain could devise the goal, or create the image of the person you wanted to be, and the subconscious mind would deliver its attainment. The ‘set and forget’ mechanism of guided missiles would also work for our deepest desires.

The importance of the self-image

Maltz was a plastic surgeon. His life centred around giving people a good image of themselves in the mirror. Distinguished as he was in the field, he was at a loss to explain why a minority of patients were no happier after operation than before, even if disfiguring scars or other malformations had been removed. He found himself drawn into the new self-image psychology, which held that we generally conform in action and thought to a deep image of ourselves. Without a change to this inner image, patients would still feel themselves to be ugly, however excellent the cosmetic work.

Maltz came to believe that self-image was the ‘golden key’ to a better life. Without an understanding of it, we might forever be fiddling around the ‘circumference of the self’ – instead of its centre. Positive thinking, for instance, could be of no use if it simply related to particular external circumstances. Saying ‘I will get this job’ will not do anything if the idea of being in the job is not consistent with how you see yourself deep down.

As a plastic surgeon who gave people new faces, Maltz also became interested in self-image psychology. This suggested that we acquire our self-image through our beliefs about ourselves, which grow out of past experience of success and failure and how others see us. Maltz argued that both are unworthy of the privilege of determining our basic psychological template. The crucial and fascinating point about the self-image is that it is value neutral, that is, it doesn’t care if is empowering or destructive, but will form itself simply according to what psychological food it is fed. Maltz realised that winning images of the self could replace negative ones, denying any authority to past events. The beauty of self-image was that while it was the supreme factor in determining success or failure, it was also extremely malleable.

Living out the image

The brain thinks in terms of images, therefore if you can consciously create the desired image of yourself the brain and nervous system will automatically provide itself with constant feedback to ensure that it ‘lives up to’ the preordained image. In a well-known clinical experiment, one group of basketballers was physically trained to throw more balls through the hoop, while another was taught to merely visualise throwing goals. Despite the absence of any physical practice, the second group far outscored the first.

The brain, nervous system and muscles are obeying servants of pictures placed in the head. But the ability of your body and brain to manifest the desired self-image depends upon its indelibility. It must be tattooed on the brain. With such a strong image of ourselves, it would be difficult not to live out and manifest all that is associated with the self-image. Instead of just ‘having goals’, we become them.

Final word

A lot of self-help writing is about goals, but how does goal-setting work? Why does it work? Maltz was the first to explore the actual machinery of it, and in doing this he has been a key influence to a generation of success writers. The emphasis on positive self-image paved the way for hundreds of books on the power of affirmation and visualisation techniques. Psycho-Cybnernetics has sold in its millions because it provides a scientific rationale for dream fulfillment.

Notwithstanding its ‘Reader’s Digest’ style of writing, Psycho-Cybernetics is, in fact, a textbook. The science and computing references are now outdated, but the principles of cybernetics have only grown in influence. Complexity theory, artificial intelligence and cognitive science all grew out of the cybernetic understanding of how the non-physical, the ‘ghost in the machine’, guides matter. This makes Psycho-Cybernetics the perfect self-help book for a technological culture.

It is admirable because it was written at a time when behaviorism and time-and-motion studies, which tended to reduce people to the mechanical, were at their zenith. Maltz’s genius was in saying that while we were ‘machines’, and while the dynamics of goal-setting and self-image might best be described in mechanistic terms, the fantastic variety of our desires and our ability to create new worlds were uniquely human. What could never be reduced to machine analogies were the fires of imagination, ambition and will.


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The Universal Mind-Week 24 MKMMA


The Universal Mind Principle

The principle of a universal mind lies at the core of our philosophy. Every intelligent being has a mind. Sure, we have a body but it is our mind that makes us so special. We could in fact remove our limbs but as long as we had a mind we would still exist. Our mind is the real” I “of us, and it is through this mind we exist. In fact our main teaching revolves around the notion that all of existence occurs within mind, not just our individualized life but all of existence, including the existence of our universe.

A famous philosopher once asked: “if we light a candle and walked out of the room, does it still burn?” By this he was trying to highlight that it takes a mind to confirm something’s existence. Existence depends on mind because all of existence occurs within mind. We can know of the existence of our universe only because we have a mind and we can manipulate creation only because we have a mind. Mind is the true cause behind effect and therefore all things are mental.

If there is one thing we all have in common it is that we are born ignorant; devoid of any intimate knowledge. From our very first waking moment we look out on the world with wonder. We ask ourselves: Why am I here? What is the point to life? Where did everything come from? Science has propelled mankind into unprecedented levels of sophistication, and yet despite this, the things we yearn for most are the answers to a few basic questions. Regardless of how much wealth, fame or academic achievement we attain, the answer to these questions will plague us for the rest of our lives. The fact that you have took the time from your busy life to read this document is tantamount to this fact.

It is very easy to become caught up in our individuality. It is very easy to see others as separate and apart from ourselves, but the more knowledge we gain the more we begin to realize that we are not so different deep down. In fact we begin to realize that we share a very strong common bond. What makes one different to another is their perception on life. Deep down we have the same basic needs and we seek answers to the same basic questions.

Could it be that we are the same being only multiplied in number?

Initially, this may seem a strange way of thinking of ourselves but if we entertain it for just a moment we will see that is not as bizarre as first thought. Life is interconnected and is really one giant life form that is continually expanding, adapting, and evolving in complexity. The binding force of all life is: consciousness. Each life form possesses various degrees of self consciousness and in this world we all share the need to survive and re-produce. On a basic level all of life share the same common needs and desires. What then makes us perceive we are separate beings as opposed to the same thing?

On the surface we can all appear to be so different. I am not just referring to our visual appearance, although this can act as a barrier, I am referring to the way we behave and the way we treat others. On the human scene in particular it is our behavior that alienates us from others not so much how we look. There is nothing more uplifting in meeting a like thinking mind. The harmony and peace that is generated by our feelings of oneness with another is an experience we encounter rarely, but when it happens its effects can be immense. This is because on a fundamental level we are all seeking oneness – a kind of reconnection to the realization that all life is one. In attaining oneness the barriers of individuality are reduced and our sense of self is merged into one another as two (or more) become one. We can all relate to this on some level, however, imagine what would happen if we all had the same understanding and thus behaved and responded to situations in a similar manner. Would we not all be in a state of oneness? Would we not all be like thinking minds? Would we not all be the same state of being only multiplied in number? More importantly, could such a thing ever happen?

The way we behave and respond to situations is based on what we believe to be true.

At this point in mankind’s evolution we are not at the stage when we believe the same things, and because of this, we do not always behave the same way, thus we appear outwardly different. Never before have we had such freedom of thought, but subsequently, never before have we been so confused as to what to believe. This lack of common identity increases our sense of separation/alienation and this encourages us to think of ourselves as unique and different, when in fact we are not.

We are all seeking knowledge about the same things and if we could all see the same underlining truth we would all realize our shared oneness with all existence. If we see ourselves as a mind instead of a physical identity, a mind that is engaged in seeking the same answers to the same questions as everyone else, we will begin to see that we share the same common mission. The only thing different between one mind and another is its contents, the beliefs and ideas it contains. It is important to recognize that although a mind can contain distinct beliefs, a mind is in many respects independent of these beliefs. For this reason it is possible for two minds to contain very different beliefs but it is also possible for two minds to contain identical beliefs. A mind is unlimited in content.

We often take thought for granted but if we examine thought we will see that thought is actually universal and independent of individuality. We may invent many different languages to convey our thoughts to others, but these thoughts are independent of language. Thought is universal because it is part of a Universal Mind, and because of this, we and every other species are capable of using these thoughts to build up an understanding of what life is all about. Think of it, your cat or dog is using the same thoughts as you, only we have a greater ability to access a greater complexity of thought. On a fundamental level we are all minds engaged in thoughtful activity. We are in fact the same being only at different stages of comprehension.

So here we arrive at the one mind principle. The I of us is not our body but our mind. We are all searching for the same things, we are all trying to develop an innate understanding of existence and therefore we are all trying to achieve the same state of mind. Think of it this way, when we finally discover the answers to all our questions, and it is beginning to happen, we will in fact become identical to one another in terms of mind content (of course this requires we are all educated to the same levels). We will behave the same way and react to situations in the same manner because how we react is dependent upon what we know and believe to be true. When this happens the many will become one again; the same state of being appearing in multiple form but in a state of oneness not separation. This is more than a possibility, it is predestined to happen.

We Are Evolving into the Universal Mind.

We are all engaged in a evolutionary process that is producing an all-knowing being, a being that can achieve the very heights of understanding, a state of being known as Universal Mind Consciousness. Our evolution has taken us from a period of separation to a point of unification, although we are far from the end of our journey. We are caught up in an evolutionary process that is predestined to end in a predetermined manner.

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