Your Biggest Enemy Is Yourself

Your Biggest Enemy Is Yourself, Because The Only Consciousness In Existence Is Self.

Any idea of one being superior to any other aspect of creation is illusory and self destructive by nature. If one sees another as inferior, it stems from an ignorance of being one with all of creation and all of creation being a singular entity of self. What is good for one is good for the whole and what is good for the whole is good for the one by nature.

An unwillingness to forgive another aspect of self creates a resonance of separation and thus a distortion from reality. Suffering stems from attachments to these distortions, which must be relinquished in order to be healed. When one suffers, the whole suffers as a result. We are of one consciousness bravely diving into the unknown, on a quest to explore all possibility. The manifestation of darkness is merely necessary for the complete witness and revelation of the whole self.

All of creation is to be cherished and loved, and this love transcends the dimensions of space and time. There is no singular chronology of events in an infinite continuum, only a homogeneous collective of now. Access to the infinite is within us all, and begins with the acceptance and loving of all aspects of creation. If one sinks into the vibration of fear, their experiential reality constricts itself into a smaller and smaller window of possibility. But if one sinks into the vibration of love, the realms of possibility expand as one resonates with a higher percentage of the collective awareness having removed the veil of separation. What you do now influences all of eternity, so love now, for now is all of eternity.

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5 thoughts on “Your Biggest Enemy Is Yourself

  1. The greatest error of our species was creating the belief in individual separateness. It has served only those who sought to harness our human collective energy for their own gain. To the detriment of our species and all life on Planet Earth, we’ve been trapped in that illusion ever since.

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  2. You say: “An unwillingness to forgive another aspect of self creates a resonance of separation and thus a distortion from reality.”

    Are we supposed to sacrifice our own enlightenment for the sake of those who are not interested in enlightenment? I personally feel driven to point to the things that cause separation, one of them being the lies of science and education. This does not prevent me from loving humankind or myself.
    cadxx

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