by Swami Don

For the true liver of Life there are no mistakes once he learns how to turn them into lessons to open doors and then are encouraged, the more the merrier, bring'em on. Of course everybody is going to screw-up but mistakes bring limits and where is the reason in them if not to grow beyond them? Nobody is perfect and nobody really knows anything except that they know nothing for sure.

Having posed the disclaimer it's now possible to reason together about what seems apparent.   With an infinite number of ways to the infinite the Journey is merely a matter of first deciding to do it, and then one step after another followed by another.   No worries about the direction because the path will narrow as the traveler concerns himself with nothing more than finding Truths large and small.

Some Truths are obvious and other Truths spring from them to be followed like cake crumbs through a dark and scary forest and discovering elements of the plan confirms the existence of a Plan. For example, we're all separated from the Source at Birth, no memory and no exceptions, it happens to everybody so slumber and unconsciousness must be part of the plan.

Then the first thing that happens after birth is the Matrix is installed and here again there's no avoiding it either.  Regardless of culture it still happens in some form or another and prepares the Vessel for life in the material world.   Obvious again that a Matrix has always been and always will be, so it's apparent as part of the plan as well.

But unless enslavement to illusion is Man's Destiny, which is hard to believe given the reality of Free Choice before us, and pretty easy too... the Matrix or Freedom. The movie exposed the Matrix and some awoke to the horror of living death the Matrix brings, but most did not, nor did many recognize the red-pill Blue-pill moment is a permanent choice before humanity.

Thus another Truth and this one begs the question of what to do after awakening? No help is coming from the Matrix, or its believers, since it (and they) exist to keep us down on the farm as servants with no hope except for more of the same.  But remember, the Matrix is essentially Mind Forged Manacles and the only solution to cast them off is to learn to use the mind to do it.

Since this must be done it must be part of the Plan.  What other challenge is before humankind except to perfect slavery within the Matrix or to gain Freedom from it? Thus after awakening to the need to be free the next step from slumber and  unconsciousness begins with the decision to move to Consciousness.   This presents a monumental struggle but once again, the most logical reaction.

And obviously part of the Plan and just imagine what Life Review looks like to see a barely scratched surface of heights slaves aren't allowed to dream about. To see what could have been in face of the wasted life that was, and maybe that's the lesson if no others.  In a Universe of infinite possibilities the emotion the living dead feel at death is profound regret.

Pretty grim and it's easy to see the mindset of the material world in most old folks as they approach their end and begin to face a less distracted reality and the mistakes of miss-spent life.  Too late for them now except to imagine the misery of passing into the next life carrying the 500# gorilla of unresolved worldly baggage? Not a pretty picture is it?

So when reason suggests benefit from making the final crossing as pure and simple as possible and that means leaving the 500# gorilla of crap accumulated in this lifetime behind where you got it.  And it's more preferable to strip the Matrix away when the vessel is still young enough to enjoy life but given such clear choices it appears that Man's reason to live is to defeat the Matrix.

So another Truth is that Life is a gift that must be fought for because everything  that happens before consciousness to it is illusion and nothing more than campfire shadows flickering on the wall of a monkey's cave... and the unawakened are the monkeys. 

                       ------------  Work in progress... to be continued  ---------



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    Swami Don is an Enlightened Spiritual Teacher, former Airline Pilot,  Vietnam Vet, Green Beret: Purple Hearts, Bronze Star, Silver Star.  A traveling Monk recently returned after 20 years in India/Asia, now based in Tucson at offering Seminars and Specialty Counseling with the goal of bringing a mid-life 180 degree course change that moves from Awakening to full Consciousness and fulfills the promise of 'Two Lives for the Price of One' and provides true Existential Meaning in the last half (where it counts).


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