Socrates used to say, “The opinions of the masses are as foolish as children’s monsters”.
The Keys to Creating Reality
As we have seen so far in society these days in the 21 century… we are living in a highly chaotic world that seems to be moving faster and faster each year with technological developments seemingly out pacing our ability to understand or use them, especially when two thirds of the world’s population does not yet own a telephone and half live on two dollars a day. Surviving rapid change requires one to be flexible in body and mind… an Analogical mind and body. We need to change the way we think, the way we act and what we take for granted in our lives. We need to look at becoming a Peaceful Warrior and battle our own worst enemy, our personality that is hooked in to society and is product of its upbringing. In seeking the freedom of the Spiritual Warrior from the domestication of human beings we free our selves from the Money Game and society’s obsession of consumerism and financial debt that is sucking the life-force energy out of its people.
We must take back our life-force energy, our power, by taking total responsibility for our past and total control of our future by living in the moment that controls all our power from within. This is only done by being a peaceful warrior struggling to become the spiritual being that he once was that is now having an all too human experience on planet earth. He becomes the observer in his life watching his emotional temper tantrums and manipulations as they happen and ‘as the observer’ is horrified by his behavior. The Spiritual Warrior aligns himself with the observer to learn and see what the personality is really doing in life on auto-pilot; out of control in an accelerating world and that it needs a programmer in the pilot’s seat to guide the body away from destruction.
You see, we are having a human experience caught in a web of intensely physical orgasmic emotions of pain and suffering, joy and religious ecstasy that we are willing to kill for if they are not satisfied; this is what is grounding us to this earthly plane of demonstration. We believe the illusion we collectively have created is real, but do not “Know” that we are spiritual beings in ‘Material Garments’ here to make known the unknown in life. The spiritual being in the human body is submerged beneath a dominate personality that feeds on the first, second and third seal in the body, survival, pain and power. We are like the firebird wanting to take flight but we have grounded our electro-spiritual energy in the earth dissipating our life force in the illusion of reality and commerce and like the firebird (the phoenix) at the end of life, we burst into flames, turning the body into ashes (cremation) once more. It takes a Spiritual Warrior to summon the will and
focus to become the Phoenix once more rising up from the ashes restoring our electro-spiritual energy so that we may rise up from the earth to float amongst the clouds like the gods of old.
It is our awareness of our potential divinity and our focus on it that creates this reality because our mind connects to this consciousness, this higher frequency that creates a moving electrostatic force that is out of phase with and repels gravity so that we may fly high like the firebird, free.
To learn why we need to become spiritual warriors in life we turn to world renowned Physicist Peter Russell, author of the now famous book, “The Global Brain” (published in 1983). He foresaw the entire pace of human existence accelerating as we approached the new millennium, bringing us to a point of unity, and providing a panoramic perspective on the relationship between the state of the planet and our state of mind. Peter Russell wrote that humanity has reached a crossroads in its evolutionary path. “Computers, satellites, fiber optics, video recorders and other technology are the catalysts linking our planet into one, worldwide community – a ‘global brain’. This technology, combined with a rapidly growing human potential movement, is helping to create a collective consciousness that is humanity’s only hope of saving it from itself”. However, Russell warns if we continue on our current path of greed and destruction, humanity will serve only as a planetary cancer. Russell has emphasized that all our crises, at their root, are a crisis of consciousness.
“We have viewed ourselves as separate beings, living disconnected lives in the face of unrelated challenges. The illusion that happiness could be found in the world outside us has led us to tear up the landscape in a mad search for paradise. The result has been that our social structures bear an undeniable resemblance not only to the human brain but also to a cancerous growth in the way that they have devastated the body of the planet. The writing is on the wall. If we are to navigate our way safely through these critical times we have to mature inwardly. Why do we feel so insecure? Why do we want to feel we are in control of things? We must discover how to move beyond this egocentric phase in our development. And fast. The essence of spirituality is the search to know our true selves, to discover the real nature of consciousness. This quest has been the foundation of all the great spiritual teachings, and the goal of all the great mystics.”
All our crises, at their root, are crises of consciousness, this is the reason for our desire and need today to become Peaceful Warriors to learn how to get in-touch with our deeper selves, our true selves- “the spirit within”. The only way to get in touch with the spirit within is to be in the present moment the “Now”, a higher level of consciousness that brings us out of body-mind consciousness that we use to tend to the needs of the body i.e. feeding cleaning, propagation and protection. We spend 90% of our time in body-mind consciousness just paying the bills for our basic survival needs of the body. To get in-touch with spirit we have to be in the Now moment of Analogical Mind, a level and frequency of consciousness that develops over time the more it is used and expanded. You build your mind like you would build muscle in the body over time. What you put in your mind to build it is just as important as what you put in your body to build it into a world class body builder but the muscles of the mind are more like that of an electrical current in a battery. If you increase the voltage in your mind you can power your watch and tell the time, if you further increase the voltage you can power your laptop computer and surf the internet for the time anywhere in the world. The great thing about the mind is that it can create a virtual computer in its analogical mind and surf its own internet and find answers to things that are not even thought of or invented yet today and bring them into existence. Analogical Mind creates a resonant energy field around the body, a Pure Consciousness, a higher frequency of thought acting upon the brain creating mind. Your brain does not create thoughts any more than a radio creates the music it plays but is a receiver of thought like the radio tuning into your favorite station.
Analogical Mind is a powerful enough frequency of thought acting upon the brain to cause it to levitate, become invisible and move to the next dimension and level of consciousness.
Learning the Lost Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven…
It is time for the female Peaceful Warrior to take the stand and let her light shine for all eternity… for us as a species need to change the way we think, the way we act and what we take for granted in our lives. We need to look at becoming Peaceful Warriors and battle our own worst enemy, our personality who is hooked into society and is a product of its upbringing. In seeking the freedom of the Spiritual Warrior from the domestication of human beings… we free ourselves from the Money Game and society’s obsession of consumerism and financial debt… that is sucking the life-force energy out of its people. We must take back our life-force energy, our power, by taking total responsibility for our past and total control of our future by living in the now moment that controls both from within. This is only done by being a peaceful warrior in society… struggling to become the spiritual, being that we once were.
We start by becoming the observer in our lives watching our emotional temper tantrums as they happen. The Peaceful Warrior aligns himself and herself with the observer to learn and see what the personality is really doing in life on auto-pilot, out of control in an accelerating world, and that it needs a programmer in the pilot’s seat to guide the body away from destruction. Our problem is we are having an all too human experience caught in a web of intense physical emotions of pain, suffering, joy or religious ecstasy that we are willing to kill for. This is what is grounding us to this earthly plane of demonstration. This is the reason for our need today to become Peaceful Warriors to learn how to get in-touch with our deeper selves, our true selves- “the spirit within”. The spiritual being in the human body is submerged beneath a dominate personality that feeds on the first 3 seals in the body, survival, pain and power.
The only way to get in touch with the spirit within is to be in the present moment the “Now”, a higher level of consciousness that brings us out of body-mind consciousness. For those who are ready to understand and learn, this is the initiate’s way of the Ancient Secret Mystery Schools… an Analogical consciousness of the ancient mystics who came before them. They had the ability to see the right path in the face of great Chaos and blaze a trail in consciousness for others to follow and become Spiritual Warriors. As events in our lives speed up and as chaos increases in society today now is the time to learn the ways of these Spiritual Warriors and use their wisdom so that we may conquer and free ourselves from the domestication program we find ourselves in and overcome our “crisis of consciousness”.
Becoming a Spiritual Warrior and using the Lost Keys to the Kingdom…
The ancient Spiritual Warrior realized his responsibility to his internal self and his external (outside the body) environment, and he could enthusiastically respond to clues in his environment when he was in tune with nature. The modern Peaceful Warrior follows this same path and begins to shatter the illusions he used to live by in society, begins to fight for his own deeper spiritual truths and learns what the real nature of consciousness is “the awareness of being aware in the present moment”.
As the Peaceful Warrior starts to lose his domesticated human program, he begins to see through his illusions by mastering his own emotions by being “present” in the “Now” moment, not the illusions of the past or the dreams of the future, this way he conquers himself. He battles his own inconsistencies by making known the unknown and learns the way of the Ancient Spiritual Warrior that teaches the keys to re-creating his own reality contrary to having society create his reality for him as in his domestication program.
To do this the beginning Peaceful Warrior must reawaken the instincts he had when he was a wild hunter gatherer and let go of his consumer consciousness as a domesticated human. He must remember how to assess his external environment correctly to ensure his survival. For this he must learn how to come from his heart, question the direction his path should take and allow Spirit to tell him what is best for him this moment. It is his brain that assesses the situation, lists all probable dangers and opportunities, but it is his heart and soul connected to spirit that provide the answer to the right solution, one out of 10,000 known probabilities. The Ancient Spiritual Warrior learned quickly on his path that his thinking brain, his personality, was not fast enough to assess the dangers, so he learned to live in the Now moment… and be in a state of Analogical Awareness… to make the right decision when his life depended on it, and thus he learns to trust his heart. He also gained wisdom from his fellow warriors in battle who did not survive… the decisions made by their egos.
In society today we have become accustomed to relying only on our left brain analytical functions to assess the situation at hand because of its excellent computer like abilities and our focus on the preeminence of the material world. The modern Peaceful Warrior realizes the world is not flat or solid and learns to use his whole brain both right and left hemispheres in a one mind… in an Analogical state of consciousness.
Society’s children, on the other hand, are taught to use a dualistic right or left brain and to specialize their talents in one or the other. This separates people from themselves and others, which cause them to live disconnected lives in the face of unrelated challenges. Females predominately use the right brain, and males use the left brain so society can enjoy the battle of the sexes as a competitive sport to entertain ignorant consumers. The priests that have set up these game thousands of years ago have not understood that the females are winning because the right brain receives communication from the heart that is coming from the soul. This is transmitted via neurons that connect the heart to the brain. The right brain is the hemisphere open to listening to the communication coming from the heart that is going on all the time.
The ancient female warrior connected to her heart, and soul used this knowledge to balance both hemispheres of the brain and create a one mind, Analogical Heart and Soul, a Mind unified as a true Spiritual Being. In the ancient matriarchal society, the female warriors took on younger mates taught them in the ways of love and life, so they could understand the essence of becoming a true spiritual being. The men in turn would take on younger mates and taught them the wisdom of the ages.
All modern Peaceful Warriors must first develop a crack in their domesticated program to see through the illusions of Society’s Dream. It begins when the Peaceful Warrior starts to go within and meditate on self and contemplate questions that cannot be conveniently answered in society and by his thinking brain. When he begins to question society’s motives for economic, political and social joys and really contemplates his happiness in it the crack begins to form, and the realization develops that he is not alone and true to his heart. When he begins to contemplate new solutions, Spirit guides him and nature initiates him into deeper divine truths that are not visible to those in their domesticated environment of illusions because they are not allowed to take a moment in their life of wage slavery to stop doing and just be.
A civilized domesticated person is a human doing not a human being [9 to five wage slavery]. Native people understood this and have followed the path of the human being for thousands of years in perfect harmony with nature and other native cultures. The Cheyenne Indians, as we call them were never Indians, their name for themselves in their language meant Human Being in the true sense of the word, and they could sustain peace with other native cultures for a thousand years before the age of white man with all of his sophistication, technology and religion came along. These native Human Beings connected to Mother Nature were becoming one with her and maintained a natural State of Analogical
Awareness, which helped create the 1000 years of peace. Heaven only knows what would have happened if they were allowed to maintain this Awareness and a Consciousness of Peace for a long enough time without the appearance of the dreaded White Man. One can only hope that the Disappearance of the Anasazi as a race of human beings is because they evolved beyond our violent ability to see them and to a new dimension that facilitates a new level of mind. The domestication program is society’s dream, a game for children to play to satisfy their physical desires of competition, manipulation and control before they wake up and the cream of society’s young rise to the top and evolve out of society to become conscious Peaceful Warriors.
One of the first things a Peaceful Warrior learns as he contemplates and looks within for
guidance is that the world of everyday life is not real, or out there as we believe it is. For this Warrior… the world as we know it is merely a description of the world. The experienced warrior sage knows from the experience of meditation and going within that we are dreaming all the time; we are dreaming when we’re asleep, and we are dreaming when we’re awake. When we are awake the dream has a material frame around it to make it more real so the mind and the brain can follow the material patterns and create habitual responses so that it no longer has to think but just do and play the game. The Native Americans called this Maya or Illusion. According to the Toltecs, the Mayans and the Olmecs, this dream, when we are awake is called society’s dream.
It is the dream of the planet, of the collective consciousness of all human beings that have agreed to one perspective of the world, many thousands of years ago. To play a game of needs and greed, power and control, haves and have not’s to overcome our animalistic fears of lack and become truly loving human beings to one and other. Over the centuries, we lost the desire to change and evolve embroiled in our pain and suffering and a burning need to rule our small corner of the world. We lost the knowledge that we were only playing a game, we are true spiritual beings having a human experience… we create our own reality by our focus on our thoughts and actions.
The modern Peaceful Warrior begins to understand this as he opens his mind to learn all that he can about life. He reads and learns of the many different theories like that of Evolution… consciousness and Mind, Quantum Physics and the cosmology of an electrical universe… to compare its theories with that of society’s and picks the one that is closely aligned with its heart and spirit and not with society’s economic political again. My Master teacher taught me how to think for myself, study everything that interested me and to question everything around me. He taught me to follow my heart and use it as a guide to life… as it is never wrong. He taught me how to look to other consummate Peaceful Warriors to study their lives and their actions … great warriors like Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome in 180 A.D… a true spiritual Warrior in every sense of the word.
It is from here studying his mediations that I saw the greatness of this Spiritual Warrior. Legend has it that he wrote the Meditations as notes to himself during the many battle campaigns he led against invaders. Far from being warlike, the Meditations take a lofty, spiritual approach to life. The brotherhood of mankind is emphasized, and the power of a gentle, disciplined mind is extolled. From the Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius, you will find in this royal philosopher a rare generosity, sweetness, and humility. Adopting the philosopher’s robe at twelve, he remains a student all his life. He lived simply, like other men. It was his greatest delight to retire to his country home and there, dwelling among his books, to meditate upon the great problems of life. When he speaks of the shortness of time and the value of fame, riches, and power, for which men strive in this world, he speaks not from the standpoint of one who would wish to obtain these things, but as a Roman Emperor, enjoying the highest honors that man might expect to attain in this world. He certainly was in a position to speak intelligently concerning these matters, and his opinions ought to have weight with New Spiritual Warriors. He would write in his meditations to himself…
He claimed that a man’s life should be valued according to the value of the things to which he gave his attention. If his whole thought was given to clothing, feeding and housing himself comfortably, he should be valued like all other well-housed and well-fed animals.
Marcus Aurelius was known as one of the last great rulers of Rome. He was born in 121 AD. And died in the year 180, and his Meditations have been widely published since the middle ages.
In the beginning of his teachings, the novice Peaceful Warrior gains from life a genuine conviction that what you hold in your mind as the world at hand is merely a description of the world and not the real world. And that everyone who comes into contact with a small child… beginning to learn of and understand the world around it, is a teacher, who describes the world to the child until the moment… the child is capable of perceiving the world as it is described. None of us could possibly have had any point of reference to compare it to anything else because we never ventured out to experience the real world. From that moment on however, the child is a member of society and knows only the description of the world and not the real world. This is called the first attention by the Ancient Toltec’s, one of the original nations of Spiritual Warriors.
Society has hooked our attention by telling us what to focus on… and what to believe… how to behave… where to go and when to think, all through repetition. The Ancient Toltec Spiritual Warriors called this the Domestication of the Human Being. We are trained to behave in society, the same way you would train a dog to behave, through a system of punishment and reward.
When we are good and follow society’s rules and regulations we are rewarded, and we feel
special and all the attention is focused on us and away from everyone else. This is how society hooks our attention: we feel a great need for everyone to focus their attention on us all the time, to stand out in the crowd and become a hero in society. When we are BAD, we are punished, and we feel pain for going against society’s dream and are ostracized from everyone’s attention and are looked down on like a dog in the street. We spend most of our life competing for attention and forming agreements with everyone around for their attention, even though we, or they may be lying, we do not care as long as we have their attention.
A Spiritual Warrior has learned from experience that our word is our bond and our law and
the only thing we take with us when we die. We store information in the form of agreements… if we do not agree then the information is not stored. The information we store rarely has anything to do with the truth, but that is never important, never the point… we store our agreed beliefs, attitudes, opinions and judgments about our actions in society. These actions focus our attention outside of ourselves on agreements with people, places, things, times and events.
In knowing the description of the world, society’s child learns to take everything personally… the child is taught to make its own assumptions about everything… when possible take credit for anything and “know” nothing. His membership becomes full fledged when he is capable of making all the proper-perceived-interpretations which by his conforming to society’s description of the world… he validates it. Reality of day-to-day life then consists of an endless flow of perpetual interpretations… which the individuals who share in society’s dream have learned to make in common. These perpetual interpretations run uninterrupted and are rarely ever open to question.
In fact, the reality of the world we know… is so taken for granted that the basic understanding of the Spiritual Warriors… that our reality is merely one of many descriptions… or that we can create our own reality by being focused and conscious… can hardly be taken as a serious proposition. This brings into question whether we are really conscious and alive or living an illusion and just running a preprogrammed reality simulation.
In learning the truth of our existence and our part in society’s dream, the True Peaceful Warrior becomes a man of ancient knowledge and wisdom… learns to find his truth internally by coming from the heart (Soul) and by unraveling the illusions of his own delusions and finally gaining wisdom from the experiences of his internal philosophy. A man of ancient knowledge and wisdom is a designation of mastery over the illusions of life, and it was given in ancient times to all who could master this art, any man or woman who took this path. The Toltecs and the Mayans all Native Indians of Central America would teach this path for 1000s of years until the white man came to America.
A Peaceful Warrior learns the secrets that make up the process of becoming a man of ancient knowledge and this requires a very deep commitment because the training is long and arduous. A Peaceful Warrior goes to knowledge as he goes to war… wide-awake, with fear, with respect, and with absolute assurance. Going to knowledge or going to war in any other manner is a mistake, and whoever makes this mistake will live to regret his steps.
When a Peaceful Warrior has fulfilled those four requisites, there are no mistakes for which he will have to account… under such conditions, his actions lose the blundering quality of a fool’s actions. If such a man fails, or suffers a defeat, he will have lost only a battle, and there will be no pitiful regrets over that.
A man of ancient knowledge is one who has followed truthfully the hardships of learning… he is a Spiritual Warrior, who has, without rushing or without faltering, gone as far as he can in unraveling the secrets of power and knowledge. To become a man of ancient knowledge one must challenge and defeat his four natural enemies. The modern Peaceful Warrior has learned that this path is not unlike the path of Jesus Christ and other great initiates, in their battle in the desert for 40 days and 40 nights defeating their four natural enemies.
When a Peaceful Warrior starts to learn, he is never clear about his objectives. His purpose is faulty… his intent is vague. He hopes for rewards that will never materialize for he knows nothing of the hardships of learning. He slowly begins to learn… bit by bit at first, then in big chunks. Moreover, his thoughts soon clash. He is caught in society’s dream, and he wants society to manifest his new reality for him. What he learns is never what he pictured, or imagined, and so he begins to be afraid. Learning is never what one expects. His illusions still cloud his awareness. Every step of learning is a new task, and the fear the man is experiencing begins to mount mercilessly, unyieldingly. His purpose becomes a battlefield.
Thus, he has stumbled upon the first of his natural enemies as a conscious being: Fear! This is a terrible enemy… treacherous and difficult to overcome. It remains concealed at every turn of the way, prowling and waiting. Moreover, if the Peaceful Warrior, terrified in its presence, runs away, his enemy will have put an end to his quest, and he will never learn. He will never become a man of ancient knowledge. He will perhaps be a bully, or a harmless, scared man… at any rate, he will be a defeated man. His first enemy will have put an end to his cravings. The majority of societies made up of people who are afraid of learning the truth…. herded Sheeple.
It is impossible for a Peaceful Warrior to abandon himself to fear for years and then finally conquer it. If he gives in to fear, he will never conquer it, because he will shy away from learning and never try again. However, if he tries to learn for years in the midst of his fear, he will eventually conquer it because he will never have really abandoned himself to it. Therefore, he must not run away. He must defy his fear, and in spite of it, he must take the next step in learning, and the next, and the next. He must be fully afraid, and yet he must not stop. That is the rule! Moreover, a moment will come when his first enemy retreats.
The Peaceful Warrior begins to feel sure of himself. His intent becomes stronger and learning is no longer a terrifying task. When this joyful moment comes, the Peaceful Warrior can say without hesitation that he has defeated his first natural enemy. It happens little by little and yet the fear is vanquished suddenly and fast. Once a Peaceful Warrior has vanquished fear, he is free from it for the rest of his life b ecause, instead of fear, he has acquired clarity… clarity of mind, which erases fear. By then the man knows his desires… he knows how to satisfy those desires. He can anticipate the new steps of learning, and a sharp clarity surrounds everything. The man feels that nothing is concealed.
Thus, he has encountered his second enemy… Clarity! That clarity of mind, which is so hard to obtain, dispels fear, but also blinds. It forces the man never to doubt himself. It gives him the assurance, he can do anything he pleases, for he sees clearly into everything. He is courageous because he is clear, and he stops at nothing because he is clear. However, all that is a mistake… it is like something incomplete. If the warrior yields to this make-believe power… he has succumbed to his second enemy, and he will be patient when he should rush. He will fumble with learning until he winds up incapable of learning anything more. His second enemy has just stopped him cold from trying to become a man of knowledge. Instead, the man may turn into a buoyant warrior, or a clown. However, the clarity for which he has paid so dearly will never change to
darkness and fear again. He will be clear as long as he lives, but he will no longer learn, or yearn for anything. Many of society’s leaders are made up of these failed warriors.
He must do what he did with fear: he must defy his clarity and use it only to see, wait patiently, and measure carefully before taking new steps… above all, he must think that his clarity is almost a mistake. A moment will come when he will understand that his clarity was only a point before his eyes. Thus, he will have overcome his second enemy, and will arrive at a position where nothing can harm him anymore. This will not be a mistake because it will not be… only a point before his eyes… it will be true power.
He will know at this point that the power… he has been pursuing for so long is finally his. He can do with it whatever, he pleases. His ally is at his command. His wish is the rule. He sees all that is around him. However, he has also come across his third enemy: Power!
Power is the strongest of all enemies. Moreover, naturally the easiest thing to do is to give in… after all… the Warrior is truly invincible. He commands… he begins by taking calculated risks… and ends in making rules… because he is a Master.
A warrior at this stage hardly notices his third enemy closing in on him and suddenly… without knowing…he will certainly have lost the battle. His enemy will have turned him into a cruel, capricious man… but he will never lose his clarity or his power. A warrior who is defeated by power… dies without really knowing how to handle it. Power is only a burden upon his fate. Such a man has no command over himself… and cannot tell when or how to use his power. This is where the global elite power brokers are… they do whatever, they please… with their cruel, capricious corporations.
Once one of these enemies overpowers a man… there is nothing he can do. It is impossible, for instance, that a man who is defeated by power may see his error and mend his ways. Once a Peaceful Warrior gives in, he is through. If, however, he is temporarily blinded by power, and then refuses it, his battle is still on. That means he is still trying to become a man of ancient knowledge and wisdom. A man is defeated only when he no longer tries, and abandons himself.
He has to come to realize that the power… he has seemingly conquered is, in reality, never his. He must keep himself in line at all times, handling carefully, and faithfully all that he has learned. If he can see that clarity and power, without his control over himself, are worse than mistakes… he will reach a point where everything is held in check. He will know then when and how to use his power. Thus, he will have defeated his third enemy. This is the realm of all the worlds’ great Spiritual Warriors and Masters.
The Peaceful Warrior will be, by then, at the end of his journey of learning, and almost without warning, he will come upon the last of his enemies… Old Age! This enemy is the cruelest of all… the one he will not be able to defeat completely… for the fight is never ending….
This is the time when a Peaceful Warrior has no more fears, no more impatience… clarity of mind… a time when all his power is in check… but also the time when he has an unyielding desire to rest. If he gives in totally to his desire to lie down and forget… if he soothes himself in tiredness… he will have lost his last round… and his enemy will cut him down into a feeble old creature. His desire to retreat will overrule all his clarity… his power… and his knowledge…However, now if the Spiritual Warrior… sloughs off his tiredness, and lives through his fate, he can then be called a man of ancient knowledge and wisdom. If only for the brief moment when he succeeds in fighting off his last… invincible enemy… that moment of clarity, power, and Knowledge are enough… because he can hold that moment in time indefinitely. If he let’s go of the need to rest and the desire to forget all his hardships that lead to his experience and wisdom, he has won the battle in that Now moment in time.
The Spiritual Warrior knows he needs to take his body with him into forever and not let it forget and die. He has learned… he has gone beyond his fate, he now has a destiny to fulfill to become everything that his spirit has mandated for him. To learn in this incarnation… to rejuvenate the body and mind… to that of a young man so that spirit can now use the body and create heaven on earth. Like the Spiritual Warriors who went before him, i.e. Krishna, Buddha, Allah, Yeshua and all the forgotten warriors who are not recorded.
Specific Keys to Creating the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth…
As he has unraveled his destiny and now is at the peak of his power, clarity and knowledge the Conscious Spiritual Warrior can see with new eyes the illusions that cloud the common people of society, and he realizes that everybody creates their reality in accordance with their common beliefs and expectations. Therefore, the Conscious Spiritual Warrior can see that they should examine these carefully every day. If they do not like some aspect of their world then they should examine their own expectations and change it according to their heart… for it is never wrong. As far as public events and private dreams that they focus on… they are a concern… they should isolate and focus only those things… they want to be manifest… and not let society hook their attention on something they do not need. For the Conscious Spiritual Warrior knows that… the true self has no boundaries, except those it accepts out of ignorance and is bound to by agreements.
The true Spiritual Warrior can see that every hour of every day… people are inundated by the advertising media for them to buy… many of their external wants and desires. As impressionable consumers in society people are constantly pressured into agreements to imagine, dream, focus, or desire some corporation’s product. Therefore, it is imperative from the perspective of the conscious Spiritual Warrior, whom you do not focus on any events that you do not want to happen.
Concentration on them to any degree… ties them to all those quantum possibilities. Putting your focus on anyone of a 1000 nice things to buy during a busy day weakens your ability to manifest your personal dream by stealing your energy. Those 1000 nice things will be manifest over the coming 1000 days, weeks, or months the more you think [imagine, dream, or focus] on any one of them. A Conscious Spiritual Warrior will tell you that your mind is not your friend in society when it is not disciplined and subservient to the observer. Our life becomes a chaotic mess when we do not make personal choices in creating our own reality and become
lazy and allow society[advertisement from the media on television, radio or the internet] to do our bidding and tell us what we really want.
Only focus on what you want from the source… Spirit. You should frequently remind yourself, “I will only act on constructive suggestions, whether they are internal or external.” This will give all seekers after truth a non-dualistic source of ammunition… against their own negative thoughts and emotions and those generated by society. As long as they fight for society’s dream of greed and gain, they will have no peace within.
From the perspective of the Spiritual Warriors of old we can gain the wisdom of the ages… that the brain does not create thoughts but is a receiver of thought. Consciousness is a higher frequency of thought acting upon the brain creating mind. Our brain is like a radio receiver tuning into higher or lower thought vibrations. The lower frequencies come from society… are a low vibration… recycled ignorance of our collective unconscious… the higher frequencies come from Spirit. To access Spirit a warrior on the path learns to develop a state of Analogical Awareness.
A Spiritual Warrior understands the paramount importance of his morning meditation and
focuses on his internal reality creating his day as he wants it to be manifest… this is his second attention… because he knows he is creating his reality at all times… the so called good and bad experiences. This conscious warrior knows that there are no good and bad experiences in life… that there are only experiences to learn from and gain wisdom. This way we learn h ow our brain and our body interpret instructions… the experience gives us clues to our hidden agendas and ulterior motives… to our spiritual beliefs.
This is a valuable lesson of observing our choices in life and evolving true goals of spiritual growth. To judge experiences as good or bad limits the experience and puts it in narrowly defined boxes not letting us gain wisdom from the experiences. We are doomed to repeat the experiences until we can see our way out of the box and observe our actions. The internal dream, his “focused will” has to be more important and more real than the
external illusion which everyone else believes and wants for him.
Spiritual Warriors base their entire evolution on their internal reality that they create throughout their life based on their philosophy that has turned into wisdom which they have gained. The Spiritual Warrior can tell us that the external illusion of our life, the one we pay homage to, means nothing compared to the evolution of our eternal being. Realizing this he knows that power and riches, or poverty and suffering in that moment of life mean nothing compared to our personal intent and our attention as Warriors over our personality and society..
From the point of view of the Spiritual Warrior all of our philosophies, our spiritual beliefs and dreams come from our inner focus, that we either, “will into realityourselves” or that we “accept as our own… out of ignorance” from society. Ultimately, in the most basic sense, the purpose of life is BEING in contrast to DOING. The real essence of you is Spirit, you are not your
body, only the body dies, and spirit is eternal. The Spiritual Warrior lives on through lifetime after lifetime learning to tame the body so that he may take his body “home” one day thereby making it eternal and turning it into an eternal Spiritual Warrior.
A Spiritual Warrior will tell us that as human beings in society when we use our freewill
we make reality into something quite different than Spirit intended. We allow our alter ego, our personality to become overly developed and specialized according to society’s dream. We are here to develop our freewill with the nature of the Spiritual Warrior, so we can work out prior problems and challenges. We are always supposed to be aware of our own inner reality (spirit) and our non-physical existence. To a large extent, we in society have lost contact with this and use our freewill to manifest… and get further lost and caught in Society’s dream.
Western Society uses this and lets us wallow in our emotions… focus on our deficiencies… lusts and addictions… digging a deeper hole for our prior problems and challenges. Instead of observing the addictions as a downward spiral of consciousness… using our free will… we explore it further… and when we get stuck in it… we state that this is who we are… and it is gods will… and we do not want to change because we are weak and only human. From this position… It will now be infinitely more difficult to focus our way out of this situation… and this choice is neither good nor bad. The next lifetime we are put in situations in life where our challenges are greater than before, and we get to see the other side of the story of life to deal with prior problems and addictions to work them out. Lifetime after lifetime, countless… thousands of lifetimes…
The evolving Peaceful Warrior soon becomes aware that the dream of society is “one of a global consciousness”, by which… if you follow society’s lead… society will create your reality for you… allowing your energy to react to… society’s dream for you… with all your attitudes, emotions, desires and needs. This dream creates Body-Mind Consciousness with the lack of any willpower on your part… this equals Hell on Earth for the average person.
As unconscious human beings, people allow society’s consciousness to dominate their reality and squeezing out all of their unconscious attitudes… emotions and desires… to satisfy Society’s dream of business and consumerism… supplying people with better products to support their unconscious attitudes, emotions and desires… creating great suffering for many on this planet. In Society’s dream… with the aid of medical science… pain is optional and suffering is mandatory.
In Society’s dream Jesus died for Your Sins. In a Spiritual Warrior’s dream, his “second attention”, Christ Consciousness is the example and the way home… death is not the end… we have the potential to BE forever. When you realize the difference you become a Peaceful Warrior and no longer need to suffer, and you create your own reality.
The Second Attention of the Spiritual Warrior
The internal Dream of the Spiritual Warrior, his “second attention” is where he creates his
own reality. His consciousness (thoughts, attitudes and emotions) and his emotional energy (the action of those thoughts) create the nature of his own evolution, in reality. Each day is new and each day he aligns himself with spirit and comes from his heart and creates what is needed for that day. It is in the morning meditation when he awakes, he creates his day as he sees fit according to his dream and what he is determined to manifest in his life that day. He will meditate at sunrise and sunset on the words of wisdom from ancient spiritual warriors and their philosophy gaining experience and wisdom as the days follow… contemplating the wisdom of the ages.
The Spiritual Warrior studies and meditates daily the Ancient Stoic ideals of Greek philosophy that have stood the test of time and evolution. These eternal truths keep the spiritual Warrior in the moment involved in living a life of honesty, humility, and personal responsibility, great emphasis is placed on the power of decision and thought, and they act as Justice itself would act in all their daily actions. These are the very same ideals handed down to the philosophers of old in the time of Hermes and his Emerald Tablets asking Warriors to first look for the Philosophical Stone in Nature and in themselves. (for a greater understanding on the philosophy… read the Book, Decoding the Philosophers Stone: Milk of the Gods by Robert Tonelli on page 430)
As an evolving Spiritual Warrior opening Analogically… his mind, he has learned:
- We must learn to train our minds, to avoid useless and painful lines of thought. We must learn to focus our minds on thoughts, which bring us joy. A person with such a mind is a light to the community, and one who is using his gifts aright. Such a person understands
that he is kin to all others. He knows that his role is to care for his neighbors without seeking their good opinion. He is neither shaken by praise nor blame.
- The Spiritual Warrior considers the past… dead and “Now”, lives from this point onward according to his highest principles. It is impossible for the future to escape the motion of the present. Each of us lives only in the present, ‘this moment’. All the rest is
either past or uncertain. Let nothing distract you, for you have wandered many
times and have not found peace. He who sees what exists ‘right now’ has seen
everything… for all things are of one source and one substance.
- Why race after future fame, while the present “Now” moment is yours to enjoy? For the man who is content in the present moment, even death has lost its sting. It is never the future or the past that troubles us, but the present. And we can train our minds to see
the present in a new and peaceful light. ‘You’ have power over your mind… not
outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength as it is in your power
to return to life.
- The Spiritual Warrior thinks of the Universe as one living being, having one body and soul. Observe how things are connected, and how things act together. See the beautiful web. The true self has no needs, unless it creates needs for itself. In the same way, the mind is
not troubled, unless it allows itself to be.
- Some things are in our control, and others are not. Things that are in our control are our decisions, desires, and wishes… our own thoughts and actions. Things that are not in our control are the thoughts and actions of others.
- If you remember what is in your control and what is not in your control, then no one will trouble or threaten you. In addition, you will never find fault with anyone, or accuse anyone. You will do nothing that brings you pain. No one will hurt you. You will have no enemies. You will never be able to be harmed. Try, then, to say to every difficult
event, “You are but an appearance, and not really the thing you appear to be.” Then ask yourself, “Is this in my control, or isn’t it?” If it is not in your control, do not think about it any more.
- If you would be free, wish for nothing that depends on the actions of others. If your happiness is dependent on others, you have made yourself a slave. See, how sweet are generosity, freedom, kindness, purity… for what is sweeter than goodness itself? Honor that which is the best in ‘You’.
- You can have all the things you want right now, if you observe but one thing: You must give no thoughts to the past, trust the future to the spirit-within, and spend the present in holiness and peace.
In peace, that you may be content with the present moment. In holiness, that
you may act in line with the harmony of the whole and do not let another man’s
wrongs disturb you, nor his opinions or thoughts.
- The Spiritual Warrior knows… If you do your work with “Clarity”, keeping your spirit clean as if you might be asked to give it back, you will find peace. If you hold to this, expecting and avoiding nothing, but satisfied with this moment, you will live a happy life. And no one will be able to prevent you from living like this. It is always within your power to be respectful, to behave kindly, and to discipline your thoughts so that no one can control your mind. You have the power to release all the judgments, which trouble you by embracing the whole Universe, and everything in it.
- Always live in accordance with your highest purpose and principles. Never value the things that will force you to lie, lose self-respect, hate, or deceive. Whoever values peace of mind and the health of the soul will live the best of all possible lives.
- Remember that kindness is invincible, if it is genuine. How can a man hurt you if you gently say to him, “No, my brother. We came into the world to help each other. It is not me who is hurt by this, but you.” If we say this honestly, without a trace of blame, there is no one who can hurt us. If these ideas are not enough to keep you in peace, remember that it is unfair to insist that ignorant people should not act wrongly.
- Why do we fear change? What comes to us without change? Can you take a warm bath without changing the firewood? Can you eat, without changing something? The changes in our lives are like the changes of Nature. If we see them in the right way, we will understand their value. Think of people who have been upset, and cursed their fate. Then think of people who found fame and riches, and were happy. Then ask yourself, “Where are they now?” It is nothing but smoke and ashes and memories. The Spiritual Warrior realizes how foolish it is to strive after worldly things. It is a great deal wiser to simply present yourself honestly and faithfully to the gods, in perfect simplicity. The life of a man is but a tiny thing, quickly vanishing into the eternal. Remembering this, we should think nothing to be great, except to act according to our highest principles and to accept the Will of the Spirit-within that is now in command of our life. Soon the earth will cover us all, then this earth too will change, and then that will change… and on and on to eternity. A man who realizes this will not value what (things) will change.
- In the mind of a Spiritual Warrior who has purified their thoughts, you will find nothing painful. This person will not fear death, but rather will see it like an actor whose time on the stage is done. There will be nothing in this person who is cowardly or fake, and nothing that needs to be kept in secret. This moment may be your last on earth; remember this, and choose every thought and act carefully. Remember, too, that to leave the earth is nothing to be afraid of, for the nature of the Universe is eternal and good. Even if you were to live three thousand years, or thirty thousand years, remember that no one loses any other life except the one he is living now, this moment. The longest life and the shortest life lead to exactly the same end. Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
- Socrates used to say, “The opinions of the masses are as foolish as children’s monsters”.
- The Spiritual Warrior r knows that ‘Good Fortune’ is a good attitude of the soul, plus good feelings and good actions.
- If you are serving your highest purpose, it will not matter if you are cold or warm, sleepy or awake, or whether people speak well or poorly of you. For you will be happy to simply do your work. Peace is not found in victory, wealth, or reputation. Where, then, is it found? It is found simply in staying true to one’s principles. This is the most important thing: do not be disturbed, for all things are in harmony with the Whole. Do your part without worry, and speak the words that are most true.
- In the morning, think to yourself, “I am called to serve the world today. The plants have their work; the birds have theirs; so do the ants, the spiders, and the bees. They have their part in helping the world, and so do I.” Seek your form of contribution, and you will find it. Concerning things, that you find useful… or that you deeply love… remember to remind yourself of their nature. Begin with the most insignificant things. If, for example, you are fond of a specific coffee cup, remind yourself that it is just a cup. Then if it breaks, you will not be disturbed, for you have remembered its true nature. Similarly, if you kiss your child or wife, remember that you are only kissing their bodies, and that you will not be apart from them if either of them dies. In this way, you will remember their true nature.
- When you are going about any action, try to put the action in perspective. If you are going to the pool or the beach, remind yourself of what usually happens there: some people splash water, some push, some use poor language, and others steal things. If you do this, you will be able to safely go to the pool or beach without l osing your peace of mind. You will say, “I will now go to swim, and keep my mind in a state of peace.” If something should happen… if someone splashes you with water, or steals something from you… you can say, “I didn’t just come to swim. I came to keep my mind in peace, and I am not surprised that these things happened. I have no need to lose my peace of mind.” We are not disturbed by things that happen, but by our interpretations of these things.
- Therefore, when we are disturbed or upset, let us not blame it on others. A beginner on the spiritual path will blame his state of mind on others. An intermediate will blame his state of mind on himself. However, a truly knowledgeable person a Peaceful Warrior will blame neither other nor himself… he will simply make a change.
- Imagine that you are on a voyage, and your ship is anchored. You go onto shore to get some fresh water, and along the way, you amuse yourself by picking up a shell or buy something in a shop. Even though you are enjoying yourself, your attention should be focused on the ship, waiting for the captain to call, “all aboard.” When this happens, you must immediately leave your shells and the shop and run back to the ship.
- So it is with life. If you are given a wife or nice home, that is fine. However, if the captain calls, you must run to the ship. Your focus should always be on this. Remember that you must behave in life as if you would at a dinner party. Is anything brought around to you? Put out your hand and take your share. Does it pass yo u by? Do not stop it. Has it not yet come? Do not reach out towards it, but wait until it reaches you. Do this with regard to children, to a wife, to a job, to wealth, and you will eventually take your seat at the feasts of the gods and if you do not even need
the things, which are set before you but are able to let them go. Then you will
not only take your seat at the feasts of the gods, but also at their homes.
- If you wish for yourself and your family to live forever, you are expecting the impossible. For you wish to be in control of things that are not in your control. Similarly, if you wish for your family or friends to be without fault, you are expecting the impossible. However, if you wish to remain at peace, this is in your control. Above all else, let the spirit within you be the guardian of your life. Tend to it; let it be the source of your peace. You will find happiness if you do not seek outside you for what is within.
- If you can find anything in life that is better than truth and peace… then turn to it and enjoy it wholeheartedly. However, if you find nothing as fulfilling as this, then put away all else. Simply and freely, choose the best thing and hold on to it. The goal in life is to see all things as they are; to act with the heart, and to speak the truth.
When this is done, what remains except to enjoy life, joining one good day to
another so that there is no gap in between?
- Everything is in accord with nature, and nothing is evil which is in accord with nature. The Spiritual Warrior keeps this in mind, and does not judge things falsely.
- If you are tempted by the thought of an unhealthy pleasure, try not to be hurried away by it. Rather, give yourself a few moments to gather your mind. Then bring your thoughts to two points in time: the point at which you will enjoy the pleasure, and the point at which you may blame yourself for enjoying it. Think, further, of how glad
you will be if you avoid the pleasure altogether, and how happy you will feel
for your efforts.
- Therefore, the Spiritual Warrior blames no one, controls no one, and seeks neither praise nor power from others. If he is praised, he secretly chuckles at the person who praised him, and if he is accused of something, he makes no defense. If he appears stupid or ignorant, he does not care… he knows that his own mind is the thing to watch.
- Never call yourself a philosopher, nor talk a great deal about theories… simply act according to them. When, for example, you are at a party… do not talk about how people ought to eat and drink, but simply eat and drink, as you should. Silence is a fine thing. Do not toss philosophical theorems out for debate, for there is danger in throwing out what you have not digested. If anyone tells you that you know nothing, and you are not bothered by it, you can be sure that you have begun your inner work. Sheep, for example, do not throw up their grass to show the shepherds how much they have eaten. Rather, after inwardly digesting their food, they outwardly produce
wool and milk. Therefore, you should not debate philosophy, but demonstrate the
actions produced by the philosophy after it has been digested.
- Let the highest principles be your rules for living. Moreover, no matter what happens to you… whether it is pain or pleasure, glory or shame… remember that you are bound to these high laws. Whatever spiritual and moral rules you have decided to live by, respect them as if they were laws. Do not worry about what anyone says of you, for this is no concern of yours. If you are worried about death, turn your mind upon the people and things you will leave… “And now”, love them dearer than you ever have.
- The Spiritual Warrior knows a disciplined mind can release every painful thought that enters into it, and to return to a state of perfect calm. Rise up and look down from above at the herds of animals, the many journeys of men, their births, lives, and deaths. Think too of the lives led by those who are past, and the lives of those to come. See that those who now praise you may soon blame you, and those who blame you will soon forget you. Then realize that neither fame nor anything else is worth a
stray thought. How simple life is for the disciplined mind.
- Learn to look at men’s souls in nakedness. When they believe that their blame hurts the world and their praise helps it, they are as ignorant as children are. There are five things that cause the soul pain: One, when the soul tries to split itself off from the Whole. Two, when it turns away from its neighbors. Three, when it seeks after pleasure or pain. Four, when it supports dishonesty. Fifth, when it falls into aimlessness and lack of purpose. Our spirit has the power to adapt itself to whatever may happen. For it requires nothing, and always moves toward its higher purpose.
- We seek quiet in the country, at the seashore, and in the mountains… but true quiet is found within. Whenever we choose, we can retreat to the quiet of the soul. Take frequent trips there, and let them be long enough to wash away the troubles of the world. Then return, happily, to the needs around you. Do not give up if you fail to follow your principles… do not give up, but simply pick yourself up and return to them. Remember that these principles are in line with your true self, and what you
fell towards was not.
- It is possible to see beauty in everything… in the fig, in the ears of corn bending down, in the lion’s mane, in the foam, which comes from a wild boar’s mouth. These things may not be beautiful by themselves, but if we perceive them as part of the larger Whole, we will begin to see them with fascination and wonder. However, if a person has an appreciation and understanding of the Universe, there is hardly anything that will not appear beautiful. Such a person will find equal pleasure in looking at paintings and wild animals. He will see in every person a sweet freshness and light. Vision will be his gift, and he will see beauty where others see
- The Spiritual Warrior knows… he who does not understand the Universe does not understand himself. Moreover, he who does not understand the purpose of the Universe does not understand his own purpose. Seek to know the Universe and you will know yourself.
- The Spiritual Warrior sees… the substance of the universe… as if it were wax… how
it takes the form of a horse, then, melting down, a tree, then a man, then
something else. In addition, every one of these forms exists for a very brief
while. The eternal is a different thing… Plato said that we should look at
earthly life from a higher place.. the armies, the fields, the marriages, the
births, deaths, the famines and feasts… from this, we will gain a new
perspective. Find your peace within. The mind is content with its own right
actions, and the tranquility they bring. Choose to be simple, self-respecting,
and modest. Love humanity… Follow the God-within…. Remember that everything
rests in a higher order.
In re-creating our reality as Spiritual Warriors from the perceptions of illusions and distortions which we have been given to believe, we realize that to change these perceptions, we have to change our promises, which created these perceptions in the first place. Everything we do is based in promises we have made… promises with ourselves, with other people, with God, with life. However, he most important promises are the ones we make with ourselves because our word is our law, our contract with the spirit-within. These promises are as common as a friend hooking our attention while we are creating our dream. They manipulate us to agree to some past emotion while they want us to “now” do their bidding by creating their dream out of some moral obligation to other past arrangements, which no longer apply. We are sidetracked, no longer creating our reality, locked in an “illusion of emotion”, believing that we are creating a better reality… not realizing it is through guilt, shame, greed, or just our personality ran amok in society’s dream.
What we have to learn is to how to unhook our attention from all that is not our personal
dream, how to love our friends, how to listen to all the people we meet, how to treat them with respect, how to contemplate what is said and agree that our dream is our primary focus. All things that agree with our dream are supported and anything that is not aligned with this contract with our inner self is rescinded, and we apologize for not being able to do their bidding for them and speak our truth clearly. The key here is “to know thy self above all else” and this is the quest of the Spiritual Warrior.
The very process of learning about ourselves from an early age is one of extremely self
limiting beliefs, outright lies about who and what we are, we are taught from an unimpeccable point of view in society and given only assumptions and theories when we ask for the truth. When we question authority, we are taught to take everything personally because in that moment it was meant personally so we would not step out of line. From the standpoint of a small child, we are taught to follow orders, not to question anything and this is from the ones, we love the most. However,, deep down, we know the truth, that people around us say one thing and do another, put themselves down and everyone else, and the love we get is filled with lies and conditions to agree to things that we know, deep down, are not true. Our lives are filled with promises that go against our very nature of who and what we are, but to be a part of society we have to issue forth from deep within us the law, verbal contracts that disempowers us and holds us to emotional judgments based on ignorant belief systems of our specific society.
As the Spiritual Warrior learns, he realizes that in these promises we tell ourselves who we are, how to behave, what is possible, and what is impossible. One single promise is not such a problem, but we have issued 1000’s of promises that come from fear, ignorance, and greed; as these promises deplete our energy, they also diminish our self-worth. It is the judge within us (our personality) that holds us accountable for our actions as we judge everyone around us and hold them accountable for their action, whether they are real or imaginary. We are held prisoner by the judge within and our actions.
The Spiritual Warrior consciously recognizes the source of his self-limiting beliefs… that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. When we are ready to change these promises, there are seven deceptively simple, yet powerful promises that we can adopt as guiding principles to change our life. This is the same for both male and female Warriors.
The Spiritual Warrior consciously recognizes the need to be impeccable with
his word. He speaks with integrity, says only what he means and avoids using words to speak against himself and does not think about gossiping about others. He uses the power of his word in the direction of truth and love. The Peaceful Warrior knows that he comes into this world with only his word and that when he leaves this world it is the single thing he will be able to take with him to the next world.
The Spiritual Warrior consciously does not take anything personally. Nothing others do is because of him. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. The Peaceful Warrior is immune to the opinions and actions of others and knows he will not ever be the victim of needless suffering. “The opinions of the masses are as foolish as children’s monsters”.
The Spiritual Warrior consciously does not make assumptions… but finds the courage to ask questions to learn and express what he really wants and knows the truth of any situation. He knows how to communicate with others as clearly as he can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama. With just this one promise, he completely transforms his life.
The Spiritual Warrior consciously recognizes the need to always do his best. The Peaceful Warrior’s best is going to change from moment to moment, and it will be different when he is healthy as opposed to when he is sick. The Peaceful Warrior under every circumstance simply does his best, and he avoids self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret.
The Spiritual Warrior’s mission in life is to make known the unknown… as
a conscious representative of his spirit. His duty is to educate the body to new possibilities and not the old existing patterns. To make known the unknown, he let’s go of the past by erasing personal history… that which is already known through experience of these old patterns.
The Spiritual Warrior knows that he is erasing his personal history… in this sense, comprises of every emotional experience that he has had in relation to people, places, things, times and events. All of these experiences constitute the contents of his emotional body and he has become attached to these human experiences. Once the Spiritual Warrior let’s go of his attachment, he has no personal history. He develops the ability to become the observer in life and is able to use the wisdom gained from his observations to change his thought patterns from the dream of the planet, society’s dream to the dream of the warrior, his internal focus, and
his second attention.
The Spiritual Warrior is free to speak his truth and live in the Now moment…
and accept total responsibility for his world and live by his personal dream, his second attention the dream of spirit… to speak his truth, wherever, whenever, to whoever needs to hear the truth. The modern Peaceful Warrior has the keys to creating reality as he pleases… the way spirit intended.
The Spiritual Warrior sees that the decision to keep these seven promises is a Declaration of War… to redeem himself from the parasite (altered ego) and create a new dream of heaven on earth with a new consciousness and new found energy”.
Spiritual Warriors… free of the emotional constraints of people, places, things, times, events and our covenants with society, stand at the edge of the known world, ready to jump off. He learns what has been hidden from us since antiquity… our true nature free of the control of the parasite, the Altered ego, truly great spiritual warriors with internal focus, intent and attention. This is the beginning of true power, with a feeling of divine connection to all things in life; this power is based on his new ethical standards from spirit as he is no longer trapped in the illusion or bound by promises.
The Spiritual Warrior’s pearls of wisdom and his internal focus are the reasons for a declaration of intent for ethics in society… for an evolution of consciousness in harmony with nature. The true Spiritual Warrior does not take his intent and the truth lightly and to speak his truth… and he knows the truth, to be fully conscious he has to be truly free… for the right to freedom being the gift of God…[the ALL in ALL,] God being in… and emanating from everyone and everything. Gods do not pay taxes, neither do Spiritual Warriors, freemen, nor “natural persons”… only “artificial people” and corporations. This is where his personal power begins to build exponentially with each decision he makes in the name of Spirit.
In letting go of his illusions… where society is his master and money is his dream… the seasoned Spiritual warrior recognizes and applies his inalienable rights under god by choosing Spirit as his salvation. The right to freedom is the gift of God under the Magna Carta… the Charter in England in 1213. The Canadian Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms insures all “natural persons” are free and do not pay taxes (see the Canadian law dictionary) only artificial people.
Their allegiance is to spirit and truth, to know themselves… they have let go of the grip of society, and they will know the truth, and the truth will set them free. Artificial people are corporations created under the law and given the rights of real people. All human “doings” (referring to the CAPITALIZED name, which is given a number for easier reference on birth certificates, driver’s licenses, and other ‘official’ documents) are also artificial, compensated by the governing body of society for those who are too weak to take care of themselves, and are unconscious of who they really are.
Two thousand years ago Jesus’ disciples showed him a gold coin and said, “Caesar’s men demand taxes from us.” He said to them, “Give Caesar what belongs to Caesar, give God what belongs to God, and gives me. What is mine”? Your unconscious or ungodly acts (your artificial person, your drivers license) belong to Caesar, your body belongs to God, (the creation of life is given by god) and your Consciousness divinely inspired belongs to Christ. All things created with consciousness of spirit, all these acts, and doings, are given the highest level of compensation and are in the realm of Christ Consciousness.
The Peaceful Warrior follows the example of all the great Spiritual warriors’’ throughout time. He knows that his spirit is immortal… he has the choice to take his body with him… if he is up to the task of conquering his body and making known the unknown in his life. His task is great and his obstacles are many… but not as many or as great as the Spiritual Warrior and Emperor of Rome… Marcus Aurelius. He provides for us a great model that we can emulate and we end our journey here… with his words. The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius reflect mood by mood the mind of him who wrote them. In their intimacy and frankness lies their great charm. These notes are not sermons; they are not even confessions.
He states, “To serve the divine spirit which is implanted within him, a man must ‘keep himself pure from all violent passion and evil affection, from all rashness and vanity, and from all manner of discontent, either in regard of the gods or men”: or, as he says elsewhere, ‘unspotted by pleasure, undaunted by pain.’ Unwavering courtesy and consideration are his aims. ‘Whatsoever any man either does or says, thou must be good;’ ‘does any man offend? It is against himself that he does offend: why should it trouble thee?’ The offender needs pity, not wrath; those who must need correction should be treated with tact and gentleness; and one must be always ready to learn better. ‘The best kind of revenge is, not to become like them.’
That these sayings are not mere talk is from the story of Avidius Cassius, who would have usurped his (Marcus Aurelius) imperial throne. Thus the emperor faithfully carries out his own principle, that evil must be overcome with good. For each fault in others, Nature (says he) has given us a counteracting virtue; ‘as, for example, against the unthankful, it hath given goodness and meekness, as an antidote.’
The Spiritual Warrior finally realizes that he is free of society’s covenants and dreams and creates his own heaven on earth. When he was young, he thought everything he was told was real… he did not have the ability to question the validity of the illusions people live by in society. He did not have the ability to make an independent choice because he was too young to understand that he was not given the truth… so he now rescinds all promi ses and contracts as not legally binding. He was never given all the facts and was coerced into buying society’s dream. Now in an Analogical State of Awareness he sees clearly all the potentials available to him, speaks his truth, and lives by his Spirit.
The Spiritual Warrior honors his path each day by creating his day at sunrise and
greeting the first rays of the morning sun… Sungazing and does his morning contemplation with his Analogical state of Awareness by enacting this new law of freedom from slavery “this day” and every day so that he will never forget his heart and soul, “his Spirit”. In his morning focus the Spiritual Warrior creates, his day by focusing on what he needs to accomplish or has desired to experience each day and to make known the unknown in his life by allowing spirit to create. The Spiritual Warrior takes control of his own destiny by creating his day by starting every Morning Prayer with powerful words that empower him to achieve his goals each day, ancient words of the masters of old. He’ll state: “from the Lord God of my Being”… “I am filled with vital energy and radiant joy” … “I am healed and perfect”, “today my body became twenty years younger” and “I am abundantly filled; gold without measure”. Instead of relying on the illusions of society to take care of him, the Spiritual Warrior takes his life into his own hands and creates his own life, liberty, immortality and the pursuit of happiness. He Consciously adds any specific information needed for each day and ends each morning and evening pra yer with “the father and I are one” – “the Kingdom of heaven is within me”… stating “So Be It” to all that he has proclaimed.
This means it is done… it is now law.
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