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The Architecture of Reality

January 29th, 2010

Part 1: Looking At 'The Shift'

From this point on, everything in this blog includes excerpts from the book I am writing, as a preview of its content. The name of the book is “The Dreamer's Guide to Reality.” Language as we

use it isn't sufficient to understand the true nature of “reality,” therefore from this point on I will use and explain the shift in language from the standard view of reality to what looms as a much more accurate view of reality. Standard language services the fiction everything is what we insist it is, and the shift in language explains why we defend standard language as accurate. If truth exists, then we can look forward to language that comes out of what the truth is. Standard language defends the lie truth is false, or doesn't exist. The shift in language is from the lie to the truth. The language we use is diagnostic for where anyone is right now with the truth. 'The awakened state' no longer uses standard language because its goal is to defend the fiction truth is false, and it isn't.

Anyone is eligible to make the shift from the lie to the truth, but where you are with the truth right now, consciously, reflects where you are with the truth. The words we use reveal where we are with what the truth is. Our actions r

eveal where we are with the truth. Our feelings reveal where we are with the truth. Truth exists, and everyone displays, whether they know it or not, where they are right now with the truth. Once you wake up, or make the shift from the lie to the truth, the content of your presentation changes.

Others will say, “what is going on with you, something has changed.” If they are busy living the lie they will know, without knowing why or how, that you are no longer living the lie. This is viewed with a mixture of fear and envy because everyone knows at some pre-conscious level, what the truth is. They are just as eligible to make the shift, too, but they 'know' that's not in the cards right now. Our eligibility stems from the fact truth is what we are and can only be. Truth is what everyone is, all the time, under all circumstances, and our presentation in life reveals where we are with what that is, somewhere between total acceptance and total rejection, and everything in between.


A Glimpse of THE BIG AHA

January 18th, 2010

There were times when life seemed more dreamlike than real, but in defense of the buy cialis online uk assumption the self is real, or must be real for me to be real, these thoughts were dismissed as “unscientific,” and even delusional. In spite of resistance, aka amnesia and trance, I was aware that 'clients' relied on suffering to portray 'not okay people,' convincingly. Since I didn't want to know I was doing the same thing, too, even these insights were dismissed to preserve the assumption that right now is real, and not a dream, and that 'suffering' is sufficient to maintain the assumption that people are victims, enduring their difficult lives. I noticed, at some preconscious level, that clients said they wanted relief from their suffering, but when you began to meddle with the mechanism of suffering, resistance said, in effect, “I need my suffering to anchor the self as a real, less than okay self.” In my own unconscious state, I perceived this as a “strange paradox”: they pay good money to find relief from suffering at the conscious level of functioning, but the unconscious sends a very different message: “my suffering defines me, and even though I hate it, hating it keeps it in place as objectively awful.”

Once a client locks into the conclusion the self they have is 'damaged,' life provides the setting to live this assumption for the duration, if need be. The idea we are who we insist we are depends on the assumption the self, as we define it, exists as proof we are who we insist we are, including a 'damaged person.' The implication is a shocker: defending the assumption we are who the self says we are takes precedence over everything, including well being, happiness, love, and a life that is relatively trouble free. Suffering works to defend the assumption the self is real, and that 'a suffering self' is the epitome of the real. Apparently, the experience of suffering is secondary to the defense of the assumption the self is real.


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in the 'unconscious' part of consciousness, and kept out of sight and out of mind via amnesia. Truth exists, and amnesia tries to dismiss it be

cause it always threatens to remind us that what we defend as 'the truth' resides in the conscious part of consciousness.

Time displays how amnesia works, more or less successfully, to reject truth as false, so we can defend what we want truth to be. Because we can only obscure truth with amnesia, it contradicts everything we defend as the truth. The fiction we defend as “the truth” is false, and what we reject as false is the truth. We live, in other words, at the mercy of truth, always threatening to come out of hiding to remind us that nothing is what we insist it is.

The disparity between the two can be as much as 180 degrees out of phase, which is sufficient to explain what makes us anxious and insecure. Fear provides indirect proof that 'we know,' at some pre-conscious level, that what we defend as the truth is a lie. In this sense, insecurity makes perfect sense: truth bleeds through amnesia to remind us that the conclusions that run our life are understandably fragile. Reality, in this light, displays how we live a lie as if it is the truth. The stance we assume in life is always at risk. Our collective amnesia defines the box we occupy. The box we occupy is always under siege because as long as we dismiss truth as false, we are impostors. Reality is the setting in which we impostor who we insist we are to dismiss the truth of who we are. We live a double life, and it can be argued that every problem we endure stems from 'living a double life,' as if that's not