Bravery, Immaterial Awareness and Spiritual Catalysts

Without Self-Awareness We Must Wait For The Opportune Situation To Create Our Selves

Being brave when the situation calls for bravery and when you feel most automatically drawn to that is easier.

Being brave when the situation calls for apathy and when you feel inclined to learn by readily appeased by apathy is more difficult and will yield greater results.

If we can organize our lives into a system where we are observing and acknowledging this flow of change throughout ourselves and each other through our actions and intentions then we can also plan and generate the highest potential for learning by pushing our selves to attain a higher spiritual acuity in all situations instead of just when we are compelled to do so by circumstantial catalysts.

You see? We must become our own catalysts and through this we create the universe within ourselves.

With Self-Awareness We Produce The Catalysts At Will and Enable Our Own Self-Generation Of Principles Applied Through Intention

Observe your life and see where there is an opportunity for you to catalyze and present your higher spiritual presence.

This exists, otherwise you would be in another form of embodiment in another realm. This place is the place of learning and developing the higher form from the lower.

This is a sometimes seemingly treacherous dance, because who would choose to step down from everlasting presence and become physically vulnerable and limited? Yet, the idea is that this is a choice and from this choice comes the ability to traverse along that pathway back into wholeness and immaterial everlasting presence.

Be sure that there are opportunities for all of us to grow. We know if we are unable to find room for improvement, that we must simply look more closely. The closer we look, the more we will see. The more we see, the more there is to ignore if we so choose to.

Make this a conscious effort and you will see more than just what you want. Face the fear within yourself and you will see both that which you want to see and that which you have ignored before.

Where There Is Apathy There Is Growth

Where we are most comfortable, where we automatically accept apathy without realizing the process has taken place, that is what people automatically ignore. That is what the society of false positivity, praise and continual celebration seeks to create. The psychological break and vulnerability that this manipulation generates is the harvest, the yield of that manipulation which is converted into benefit and progress for the harvesters and controllers.

Instead of giving that harvest of soul growth away, take this within yourself and develop your everlasting presence with through accepting the challenge and catalyzing your self into a more refined awareness.

Know the self. Utilize this to become self-aware. Remember, this includes the light and the dark.

Where we are most comfortable at reclining and accepting the conviction that we are to push away all discomforts and perceived fears, that is where the most catalyzing effects can be attained. This is done through rejecting apathy. Instead of reclining, stand up. Instead of accepting that the fear is kept at bay by the spiritual or physical work of the day, put on your shoes and go out to meet that fear face to face.

The more this is done in a controlled manner, so as to evenly challenge yourself and your mental and emotional patterns then the true immaterial awareness within will move closer and closer to being present at all times.

Biological Consciousness and Immaterial Awareness

The non-biological awareness behind consciousness observes all experiences yet is not actually interacting directly with these experiences. The silence, the pause, the space between each material and biologically conscious experience, that silence is the true awareness of the being that you are.

The fear that causes one to seek to defend themselves from emotional or mental threats that represent a vulnerability of the character of the individual are formed through the biological consciousness’ inability to accept the true self as the immaterial, everlasting awareness without shape, identity or form.

Thus, the ego is strengthened out of the desire to define the self as a material and conceptually restrictive ideology. When life experience or the awareness of the self goes outside of these conceptual barriers, an illusory perception of the loss of identity occurs. If the awareness is centered on the observation of the self as the immaterial essence that observes all influences of consciousness, then this represents change and adaptation. If one’s awareness is focused on observing consciousness itself as the self then this change is perceived as death and this is called ‘ego-death’ or the death of the false sense of self which is a false sense altogether.

When the ego perceives this false sense of death, the one who places their awareness in adaptation by permitting and embracing change then experiences empowerment on the soul-level. Through this the ego remains only as tool to organize experience in the material realm. Through the embracing of the otherside of this false-sense of death the soul is empowered and outlined as the ego is inverted by being pushed to embrace that which is beyond the material grasp of the brain.

This immaterial nature is the true self and the soul is the midway between the brain and body and the conscious self. This soul essence could also be referred to as the mind which is immaterial and aware of the biologically generated consciousness that the brain translates.

The Brain Receives, Converts and Regulates Consciousness Experience

Consciousness is formed as a convergence of states and presences outside the particular sense of the self that perceives through the body. As much as consciousness is focused in and through the body and brain, this energy is determined by frequencies and essences that are everything in this reality that serves to outline and act as a background to the consciousness of this brain and body. Essentially, the foreground is consciousness, the background is the subconscious, and without the contrast between them there is no defining either.

Another way to view this metaphorically is to imagine a series of magnifying glasses around the body, or even a glass ball or water droplet. The imagery and light that exists outside the perimeter collects and shines through the substance while focusing into a central point. In the exact central point where all rays converge and create a singularity of being, that is the conscious perception of self. The energy of that singularity is the rays outside that are shining in as well as the focusing properties of the glass, or water, or physical body, as well as the optical singularity that is created. All aspects converge to the center to create the perception of the individual unit of consciousness.

To go outside this is to know what you truly are.

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