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Compassion

Wayne

New Member
#1
Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, looked down from the peaceful celestial realms upon the suffering and confusion in the worlds of illusion. He was filled with such intense compassion that his thoughts, desiring the liberation of all beings, expanded his head into a thousand heads. From his body sprang a thousand helping hands. In each palm an eye appeared.

Our compassion for human experience is part of what drives us forward. If there was no end result in the process of Ascension there would be no incentive to do anything.

The only difficulty arises when the mind latches onto lesser desires of the world as the goal, rather than the focus of pure surrender to God as the essence of ourselves, our creation and the mastery of creation, rather than the ideals we place within creation through the thoughts that are contained within the creation.

Constant surrender of all desires does not mean you can't have a desire, the mind that is surrendered is surrendered to divine will and that will shall serve the creation.

If you entertain any idea of what that is supposed to look like then it all returns to the painful contraction of trying to route the manifest back onto the illusory track.

In the expansion of exalted consciousness the awareness of the construct naturally expands leading the mind to seek through the heart, more of what you and creation are in the relationship of the manifest and the unmanifest.
If it were not relevant the history of enlightenment would not have been cognized, nor the many descriptions of enlightenment.

To Cognize is to surrender the heart to the Holy Spirit as it guides one to expansion of both knowledge and experience of reality. This information is for all humanity not just the self gratification of the individual.

Often from the lesser mind these things can seem unimportant for they do not give one the experience of freedom but only give more information so when added to the rest only gives the mind more to think about.
But in truth everything that comes to you is for your expansion and growth. It is very important to keep it all in perspective.

Even Christ in his moments of contemplation at Gethsemane entertained the necessity of the action that would follow his upcoming arrest and betrayal.
The contemplation was initiated by the desire to expand what he already knew, to give it a presence in the reality of the creation.

We do this for ourselves, all of the fragmented aspects of ourselves in our creation, to bind it together in awareness of our manifest creation. This is an act of surrender that is not blind but awakened to its impulse of intent moved thru the Ascendant.

This is normal in our evolution of consciousness. There is a desire to know more of ourselves and as we surrender all thoughts feelings and actions back to the ascendant more will automatically come.

If you were to go into a library and read one book you would have to put one down to read the next.

Certain information must precede the experience to give meaning to the expansion process or there would be only blind movement thru a never ending process towards an imagined or unknown goal.

Follow your heart desire to seek more in relationship to what you had already gained in your previous experiences of expansion, but more so that you came back to Ascending. It's important to not get caught anywhere in the process of expansion.

If you are traveling the path to the goal there are many things along the way that are fascinating and entertaining, as long as we remember to keep the goal of Self awareness in our awareness the entertainment won't become a distraction.

As long as we are travelling the road of enlightenment it is good to be wise about what we choose to incorporate into the journey.

It is said that one can gain much along the path of enlightenment by reading scripture or the works of the enlightened, surrounding yourself with enlightened reflection and to meditate on the Om, to know the Self.

Namaste,

Wayne Fonseca
www.dreamlife.biz
"Do what you can, With what you have, Where you are"
 
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But then there are those who only want to look out for themselves-close their doors & windows & not even stop to pick up something dropped....
 

Wayne

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#3
Beauty of life

Amos Stevens said:
But then there are those who only want to look out for themselves-close their doors & windows & not even stop to pick up something dropped....
That is the beauty of life. Choices that people make, they are not wrong I guess just that they use different vehicles and their interpretation of what the event means to them. In the end we are all still humans with different experience and everyone on this planet are unique in their own way.

Namaste,

Wayne Fonseca
www.dreamlife.biz
"Do what you can, With what you have, Where you are"