You are not the result of creation, left to experience whatever was destined for you by your creators with lack of free will. Instead, you are creation itself manifested into the ultimate being – a being capable of designing and creating its very own unique experience of its existence. Moral limitations will always exist, though this does not necessarily hinder the ability to stray from the accepted norm, if one truly wanted to deviate from the ideal society. With that ability lying inert inside each of those who appear to be enlightened, we also retain the ability to remain comfortable when ascending from the depths of immoral madness and illusion into a realm of higher consciousness and understanding.
A common agreement among the psychological community is that a sick cell cannot (accurately), or better yet, should not, diagnose itself. This is, unfortunately, a very limiting conclusion. It’s easy to take this agreement and further conclude that, as a human being with active consciousness, we should not assess our brain or thought patterns unless we feel that our health is being affected. And in the event our health declines, we must consult a professional to essentially tell us who we are and how its affecting us on a deeper level.
Though there are times where it is vital that you seek out a reputable aid in times of true emotional crisis (Yes, It’s True!) – times in which your life or the lives of those around you are being dramatically affected – it’s also very important as an individual with consciousness to learn to recognize that your thoughts are not YOU. Once you are able to observe your thoughts – truly take a moment and rethink a thought a few times, how it came about, how it makes you feel and how that affects things in turn – you become more able to determine which thoughts are helpful and which are the result of negative thinking. This goes a long way in curing minor health issues brought on by stress (of the soul/mind), laziness, apathy and similar negative influences.
You’re not a defective product, so stop trying to find issues that don’t exist! You are that wonderful space before it all – an idea without crushing boundaries to limit it. You can be any shape, any size, any color. You can be quiet, repetitive, on time or perpetually late. You can be pretty, too opinionated, laid back or pristine. You can be happy, angry, understanding or shallow. You can be any or all of these things if you TRULY believe that they are what you want for yourself, and you, being the unfinished product that you are, can change these things at any time.
The day you become a final product is the day that your soul leaves your body, eternally free to wander the universe in search of another life to be lived, endured and enjoyed. Until then, let the little things go and allow yourself to be convinced that you are in control of your creation. You can be anything you want to be, so why not be truly free?
I really like that. It’s just.. possible side effects of being a little too much out of the norm result in very weird posts on forums.
I’m not sure I’m fine with people taking me seriously when I joke about myself. Communication shouldn’t be a challenge as long as a person is clear enough, and if a person isn’t clear then he barely knows himself. I used to have troubles with people who denied their own existence. That’s weirder to me. Maybe because not understanding our own selves creates insecurity instead of laughter.