How to be a Spiritual Warrior
This writing elaborates on a new form of spiritual activism.It means confronting an issue head-on, not in the outside world (letters to the editor, holding signs, throwing rocks, etc.) but rather in the inner world by looking at whatever emotion that arises in you when you think of the issue. But to do this, you must understand that there is no world out there and that, in reality, everything that seems to be happening out there is just a projection of the mind, if you get it, then this writing is for you and I invite you to read on if you feel moved to do so. For those of you who do not think that the world out there is a projection of the mind, then you may as well stop reading as the following will not make any sense to you. (no judgment there, by the way). Separation is an illusion. Everything is One. The world—everything in it, everything you see, everything that appears to be happening, your own body, all these things—are in your mind.
In order to be a spiritual warrior in this way, start with some issue that is bothering you. Poverty, politicians, chemtrails, genetically modified foods, pollution, animal abuse, anything. Now look at the emotions you have when you think of this issue. If it is fear, look at the fear; look at the thoughts behind the fear. Do the same thing whether the emotion is fear, anger, sadness, depression, jealousy, or whatever it is. Looking at an issue means looking at the thoughts behind the emotion. Don’t get caught up in the emotion and go into victimhood when you feel these negative emotions. Instead look at the thoughts behind the emotion and ask yourself if the thought is true. The rest of the process is similar to what I wrote here at this website.
Again, anything that appears to be out there is a projection of your mind. Whatever issue you are confronting is in your mind too. The good news is that being an issue in your mind, it can also be healed in your mind. Therefore, the choice is whether or not to choose to be a conscious participant by healing it. What is needed is to go beyond the anger, fear, sadness, depression, or whatever is the emotion and ask yourself what is the thought behind the emotion(s). This is key.
Let’s look at an example. An issue that comes up within myself is geoengineering or “chemtrails” and the thoughts I have about the chemtrail pilots. These pilots, according to a recent youtube video addressing this issue (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZaD-H_j3pU), are supposedly 80% without family and “hardened to humanity.”
I don’t really know if that is true, but I will assume it is since it could be. In other words, let’s say that they are unthinking and unfeeling beings (at least when it comes to their participation in the program) who are just doing what they are being told to do and either don’t care about what they are doing or they are afraid to stop or speak out for fear of retribution.
My belief is that they are either afraid and are further afraid to face the fear, or they are unconscious and want to remain unconscious about what they are doing. Not caring is also a form of unconsciousness. Now, when I look into myself and own the issue within myself. I ask myself why irreligiously I would choose to remain afraid or unconscious, I say that it is because of a death wish, a subtle choosing of death over life. This is a fear of one’s personal power—a fear of my own personal power. What is the difference between imagining this fear in someone else or imagining it in myself? There is no difference. Because what is the truth? Oneness is the truth. All that appears to be out there is in me. So by seeing these things, by hearing or in some way bearing witness to unconsciousness in others, what is really happening is that I am becoming aware of that in myself.
Now I am aware of something unconscious in myself. It should be self-evident that this is the first step in making it conscious. Something cannot be corrected or healed if it is not in the awareness. The important thing is to take the next step. There is an opportunity here, an opportunity to be more conscious. To not take the next step is to give in to the death wish. However, the next step is to look at the fear and ask what is the thought behind the fear. An example of this for me, when I regard the whole chemtrail program is to ask myself “what am I afraid of?” Since I believe that this whole thing is about control and wanting to block out cosmic rays of greater intelligence coming from the center of the galaxy, I ask myself “what are my own control issues?” In what ways am I afraid of becoming more aware of the presence of God or nature?” I am going to ask myself that and see what comes up. The rest of the process has been outlined at my website here.
In summary, I invite you to come out of victimhood in regards to anything you witness in your life which is causing you distress.