PHENOMENAL!!! How to be Woke About the Nature of Self and Reality
Once we go down the rabbit hole, we don’t return. We parachute into alternate, parallel realities challenging our worldview on how reality ought to work. Believe it or not, no ones possesses all the answers to the nature of self and reality. Yet, the wisest among us somehow manage to be aware of their inherent stupidity and lack of knowledge. That said, this classifies the difference between a wise fool and a foolish wise person. While it is convenient to define ourselves as foolish, we are whatever we say. Because of this, we are wiser when we acknowledge the foolishness embedded in our limited understanding of all that is life. Again, how to be woke about the nature of self and reality: look within and without?!
From a lower frequency of fear, we experience life as this frightening, alarming place. However, when we elevate our vibrations via meditation, sun gazing, solitude, and other self-care routines, we embody the effects of the love frequency. Running back to the cave is not the same as living in a blissful, enhanced, fifth-dimensional state of awareness. Perhaps the nature of self and reality pertains less to a place to inhabit and more of a state to emanate. Perhaps the reality of all that is continues to exceed our grasps because we refuse to take off our masks and face the limitless entity dwelling within us all.
Without! Limitless Within the Limited
Why are we bottling ourselves up when we are genies? Why are we subjecting ourselves to lives of torture and suffering when we are the absolution to breed joy and nirvana frequencies? When are we going to acknowledge how much human error factors into the distortion of self and reality? How can we nurture self and reality? Can we trust ourselves enough to intuit the difference between our projections and our reflections? Why can’t we fight the urge to know and begin to love the habit of un-knowing everything we’ve learned up until now? Since when is the quintessential phrase, I don’t know such a sin?
We must continue to challenge our ideologies and consider the role they play in the manifestation of our reality. We must grow attuned to the frequencies of our minds, hearts, and bodies and determine whether this leads us to a state of alignment or confusion. Or, we can accept our insatiable thirst and curiosity for more sabotages us into a whirlwind of subjectivity. Perhaps this encapsulates the capitalistic mindset but we believe we must obtain and own more to be more, to provide value and produce beyond our wildest, most idealistic dreams. Another worldview might argue value produces within and without and requires little more than tolerating the sound of silence. Don’t we hear the best when we simply observe all the rest?
How to be Woke About the Nature of Life Outside the Cave
Imagine how much clear-sighted and headed we’d all be if we stopped adding labels to everything, if we stopped categorizing every experience, if we stopped biting off more than we can chew. I digress, but I think the need to label the unknown is a given and a known in disguise: we fear the unknown to the extent we refuse to unknow. As such, labels tend to cheapen the invaluable identity of the nature of self and reality, perpetuating an ecosystem of false binaries, dichotomies, and toxic rigidity. We find ourselves one step closer to the truth when we acknowledge all the falsehoods appearing out the blue.
Then again, what is true? What is so blue about the state of humanity and the vices rest assured? How can we see beyond our inhibitions when we insist on making our worldviews fixed and absolute? Is diversity bad, or are we viewing diversity as the division of power, not the multiplicity of empowerment? Perhaps knowledge is power, perhaps understanding is empowerment. How else can we adjust to life outside the cave? Why not open ourselves up to all the ways we’re wrong?
Why do we postpone the inevitable? How come we dogmatically profess what we believe as if we know all there is to see, experience, and learn? What is the worst that can happen when we admit that being wrong is the best part of our existence? I could be wrong, however, but doesn’t the nature of reality encompass exploring our selves, discovering our limits, and connecting with the limitless life surrounding our species? Aren’t we stardust in a sentient galaxy of cosmic awareness?
Do We Keep Letting the Phone Go the Voicemail When an Irreversible, Life-Altering Message Awaits Us on the Other Line?
Why would it be so important to have all the answers? What would we do if we had everything to cease all our struggles? To what extent is the following true: utopia will never exist? How can we augur what’s next when our scope and understanding of the world is inconsistent at best? Why would we arrive to planet earth amnesiac? If true, why would we have to remember who we are? Why would we have to put our consciousness in a veil to experience the human form and transcend again?
Are we as intelligent as we think, or not as bright as the sky? Isn’t it possible we are more and less intelligent than we thought? How does this concept apply to the nature of self and reality ingrained in the fabric of the human touch and impact? Who are we if we fail to reach the staggering, indefatigable heights of our skyscraper expectations? Why are we so hungry for something inside of us, for something that doesn’t complete us, for something we already are and then some?
Why does the subject take an active role whereas the object lies dormant? How would vice versa apply to nature or nurture? Why must the subject insist on altering the object when they merely perceive it? What is so powerful about the art of perception, the science of reality? What is lost in translation and why must this matter? Do we learn best when we go within and live without? Why are growing pains the most essential to our ascension process?
How to be Woke About the Auto-Pilot Narrative
One must realize most people live on auto-pilot. Little thought exists outside of waking up, getting ready, going to work or school, eating, preparing for bed, etc. We don’t thrive in our comfort zones, losing ourselves in the matrix. After a while, we forget to see reality for its accurate, authentic state because we think rose-colored glasses approximate the value of the naked eye, which is blind. The injustices shrouding the world perpetrate too often and we develop insensitivity to the whole affair. We turn a blind eye to our most robust convictions, playing the sport of escapism, our favorite, ancient pastime.
Why don’t we fly our airplanes? Why don’t we steer our boats? Then again, what are the pros and cons of letting go of the steering wheel and adopting the role of passenger? Is it all too heart-wrenching to submit to the loss of control outside of oneself? Don’t we recuperate our source of power when we let go of the need to control the outcome? Is the secret to the nature of self and reality dancing on the tip of our tongues and noses, within the sand slipping through our fingers? Again, wouldn’t it help if we absorbed a growth mindset and explored the variables associated with what works and what doesn’t?
At last, We Don’t Need All the Answers to our Questions
Perhaps the nature of self and reality requires us to understand the valuation of anagrams? Everything within and around us holds the answers to our age-old questions. However, it is up to us to raise our frequencies to intuit and translate the messages speaking to us ever since day one. We can’t request something we aren’t aligned with and vibrationally matched for. We must emit this frequency to expand our tier of understanding. Also, life represents more and less than we can fathom. Sometimes we must put our egos aside to understand the forest matters just as much, if not more, as the trees. Other times, we must learn the art and mastery of self-preservation to self-actualization. Indeed, not knowing everything breathes the essence of the nature of self and reality.
The catch is asking questions produce answers. Think of rewording your positive affirmations into an interrogative — this allows you to speak to yourself as if you are speaking to another person, who seeks for answers in their database of experiences. When you are without information, going within helps you to produce a transparent understanding concerning the situation. Also, we are here, there, and everywhere simultaneously. We embody more than one point of view (first, second, third, limited or restricted, omnipresent) in more than one entity (singular or plural).