If ever I find myself feeling any shade of uninspired, lackluster, or just generally *blah*...
I can be sure that one thing has happened:
I've begun taking this "life thing" too seriously.
When that happens,
I call upon my remembrance that this is all an illusory dream and there is literally nothing to get here and nothing to get done here, only experiences to dream awake for the fun of it.
I remember, that I am the Divine Infinite Dreamer who already is and has it all.
I remember, that I have the magic of my imagination available to me, which I can use to paint my perception any color I please.
I remember, that I can change my mind and play any character I please at any time.
When life gets too serious...
I call upon my innate innocence, I surrender all my ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing, and I return to the ever-expansive activity of child's play.
Young children do not spend their days imagining entire fantasy lands into existence because they're trying to get something,...
You're not here to try to make the other humans like you.
You're not here to be accepted into the tribe.
You're not here to prove yourself to anyone.
... you're here to get to know and fall shamelessly in love with the aspects of your infinite Self that you choose to get intimate with, as represented by the shades of the light world spectrum.
...and everything in between.
You are all of it, and you dreamt yourself into this dream world of form, to for the pleasure of experiencing and getting to know, those aspects of your Self.
To identify with the light world of form and then judge against any aspect of you that you perceive within the dream, is to take a machete to your being and hide the pieces of you, that you find unacceptable.
You may have heard the term "shadow self" before...
that's how the shadow selves are created.
The way you create shadow selves is by hiding the pieces of...
I get asked about addiction a lot.
I'm not surprised, because, at the core of it, the work that I do helping people reinvent themselves has a lot to do with transcending co-dependent relationships to anything (and everything), so to become the fully self-sourced sovereign dreamer of your life.
This morning in my FB group I was asked this question:
How do you view, perceive and treat issues with addiction?
The boots-on-the-ground answer to this question is dynamic only in the sense that the human personality is created by a complex web of layered stories & memories that must be seen, dismantled and reworked (this is what I help my clients do)
but if you ask me,
understanding the cause (and therefore the treatment) of Addiction itself, is pretty simple.
Recently, a man inquired about my mentoring services pertaining to an addictive tendency he was looking to move beyond, and I told him this:
"The way I see it, the only reason addiction ever occurs is because life has called you to...
I'm thinking about something wild today.
I'm thinking about how the human is actually the baby god of divinity.
The baby god in training.
...and the awakening human,
is the end of the baby god.
I'm gonna do my best to explain, as this is the first time I've understood this, in this way.
We exist in a fractal holographic dream in which all parts mimic the others in pattern (until the pattern changes, that is... but that's an entirely different conversation. For now, we'll work with where we are)
If you consider the physical & psychological evolution of an actual human baby, you can see that as a young child the human is actually very dependent on it's caregivers - for food, for shelter, for love, etc.
As the child gets older, and into it's teens, it starts yielding more say-so over it's life experience and desires; and it's wishes get incorporated into the family structure, as co-creator.
However, eventually, that child who's now a young adult, moves out on...
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