A New Way of Being

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The consciousness of the soul manifests itself in several planes of reality interconnected with each other. In all these planes, there is the permanence of the unique spirit of the being. Therefore, the spirit can manifest itself in different space-time constructs. This explains why it is possible to perform astral travels to other planets or to make quantum leaps to parallel realities. On the other hand, whenever the soul incarnates in a certain plane of reality, as for example, the planet earth, it can incarnate in different periods of history, without there being a temporal obligatory cycle as we know it. Thus, a human being of the future can easily reincarnate in any past period of time and vice versa. This is why time is not only an illusion, scientifically verifiable, but also a necessary illusion, like so many others.

Along this line of perceptions, we must know and explore all these dynamics with a pragmatic perspective, and we begin this by asking: “who are we and why do we live?” These questions, among many others, are clarified here, leading to a better understanding of the mechanism of life. In fact, "all truths are easy to understand as soon as they are discovered; the difficulty is to discover them "(Galileo Galilei). Throughout the several chapters, a linear spiritual approach is presented, cross-referenced with different religious, as well as gnostic, perspectives, while focusing on empirical premises. In this way, the idea of knowing how to live without the fear of chaos is promoted, allowing learnings which lead to greater happiness and success in life.

  1. Introduction
  2. Who Are We?
  3. How Do We Find Our Real Identity?
  4. How to Eliminate the Negativity Within Us?
  5. What is the Relationship Between Human Beings?
  6. Can We Really Learn From Experience?
  7. What is Reality?
  8. What is the Purpose of Life?
  9. What is the Relationship Between Our Desires and Spirituality?
  10. Why Does Love Exist?
  11. How to Achieve Happiness?

Who Are We?

A human being is composed of the same elements that form the universe. This is because he is himself a synthesis of the universe itself. And yet he and his body are not the same, for the spirit, which forms, or must form the most prominent part of the personality, contains the divine spark, a small portion of the divine fire, made up of the very nature of God. And in this sense, it is wrong to say that we are God, but it is not wrong to say that we can be like a god, in the sense that, awareness brings the mind of man closer to the mind of God.

The state of Buddhahood or enlightenment is thus non-exclusive, but open and progressive, to all who desire such an approach, through meditation, knowledge and physical experience. And it is not possible without a formidable balance in these three planes. Any imbalance in one of these elements before the others, delays the progress of the individual in this walk.

On the other hand, to the extent that man possesses the same chemical elements that make up matter, he holds real power over the energy that moves matter and is itself a form of energy endowed with intelligence and controlled by the divine magnitude which guides the whole universe and the matter that it includes. In other words, although subject to the laws of time, a human being can actually manifest whatever reality he intends to live if he really knows how to control the mental laws governing that possibility. For such, he has to be able to control, discipline and persist in all the elements that make up his identity, namely his thoughts, his emotions, his actions, and all the other elements that interfere with them, including the thoughts of others, their emotions, and their actions.

Although telepathy is still a strange phenomenon to many, what we want others to think about us can actually be verbalized, thought-out and triggered through the communication we have with them, and the emotions we convey at any moment to such people. Communication is a much more complex medium than many may think, and it acquires deep genetic proportions that should not be ignored. For if, on the one hand, most of what we think corresponds to survival needs, on the other hand, it interferes with new social models that sometimes conflict with these values, and with our personal values.

If ever, when participating in an event, or interacting with a certain group of strangers, you felt an immediate repulsion or approach towards certain individuals, or cultures, you know that this emotion was later justified by the words and actions of such people. And we can actually create theories about the past, but such theories hardly cover all the causes behind our more emotional experiences.

Some call intuition to such abilities, but they actually include many more aspects of our being, and not simply intuition. Telepathy and the heart are closely related to thought, education, culture, and identity, as well as the relative importance we place on each of these elements.

As far as communication itself is concerned, by word or writing, although we cannot totally control how what we say affects others, we can, substantially, adapt to their responses, as well as communicate according to aspects that are more favorable to others. To do this, however, we need to identify relevant values. After all, all communication conveys personal values, and it is through these that we transform the world in which we live.

It is ridiculous to think that a person cannot change the world, because each person has contact with at least one hundred people, through the social means at his disposal, mainly with the Internet, and this number multiplies substantially, making a phrase or a photo able to achieve repercussions far beyond what would be expected.

With regard to gestures, in general, we tend to be more affable with people who touch or touch us. Hence the negative response we get when we touch someone who feels they are not yet at that level of affinity. And yet, this level can be created by touching, whether or not it exists between two or more people. This factor is so relevant that a simple hug can stimulate sexual desires in both men and women.

However, there are genetic factors behind how we react to touch. And much of these factors are related to physical attraction or signs of kindness. It is therefore not surprising that so many men in the world today are being grouped on a large scale into extinction, while a few others are chosen by women in general, who compete aggressively for them, for procreation, or at least casual sex that can lead to it, even though much of the female behavior is unconscious.

Communication, in its technical aspect, can never be relevant or sufficiently true without encompassing all the aspects mentioned.


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