Someone emailed me and said that it was hard for her to see that all the evil Illuminati stuff was just illusion. And here’s what I have to say on that…
It is an illusion because evil and suffering too are illusion. Our natural, original state is one of just being, of what is, but because of our belief in the realness of the ‘me’ which looks out at the world and believes that everything it sees is totally real too, we cannot get the illusion. This is because the ‘me’ is doing the seeing. We look out from a separate identity and see a separate world. If you are not ‘[your name]’ then ask yourself, who are you? The end answer will always be nothing and noone. This is the Primary Space which allows everything, even so-called evil to arise.
But we are not the body, and nor the ‘mind’ (thoughts). Of course the body will hurt if tortured. And this will not be easy. But the body is still not who we are. Of course thoughts can be screwed up with mind-control and this will not be easy, but thinking is still not who we are.
The truth is, we just are. When we see what we call evil, what happens? We go into opinions and emotions about it. This is the ‘me’ that seems real for us. But if you are not the ‘me’ that gets scared or mad about all these things, then ask yourself who are you?
This is much more than words. It is transformational – in the sense of collapse of identity. When we are a small baby there is just what is, there is no separate self or thing. It’s just isness. Then the mother or primary carer is seen and the baby believes it is actually a separate entity because the mother or primary carer has a separate body etc. As a baby you are called a name. So if you are a name, you assume you are separate from all other names. There is a deep sense of loss and isolation. Then the story starts, to get past this loss and back to the freedom it had once known. This is the illusion of separateness. All suffering comes down to the illusion of separateness. There is only Oneness, or Beingness. It may show up as stuff the ‘me’ finds hard to take, but all of that is still illusion.
Personally (haha) I don’t consciously recall the baby state of beingness, but I have felt the sense of deep loss and grief, and I have also come to ‘know’ the absence of such loss and grief in the space of just being, just existing in nothing. The ‘trouble’ with this space of nothing is that whilst sometimes you may feel great wonder, mostly it’s no big shakes and is literally like just nothing which can seem boring maybe to some who miss drama. So this is why I say that the Illuminati stuff is addictive, because we enjoy drama.
It’s hard to word it, but I find it pretty amazing at the variety of experiences and happenings that can occur in the variety of life as we think we know it. All of this arises from Source, because there is nothing that is not That. Without being flippant about so-called evil, don’t you think it’s incredible the freedom and spectrums of experiences available within the drama of human life? Until only recently I used to feel indignant about being duped out of so much money through mortgage fraud, and all the rest of it, but the charge of that indignation has quietened and I see how incredible it is the array of emotions we get to feel in the illusion, and to think it’s all so very real – what a fun game it really is. A game that you play which you don’t even know you’re playing. Okay, so some experiences are real heavy, but they are still just a game of illusion playing out. All the seemingly nasty stuff in the world is a test to see through the illusion of separation, to see through the ‘me’ that wants things to be other than what they are. There is nothing wrong with the latter, it’s just a futile thought.
We maybe just don’t want to see it that way, as the drama of the evil stuff is pretty addictive. If we saw the illusion of so-called evil in the world, what would we have to spend our time reading and watching, lol.
Comments, as always, welcome.
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