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Who is Self?

Who is Self?

Self is the idea of the temporal world. We try to identify with who we think we are and do it for living accepted. We come into a world that already exists and immediately please our parents. No one knows God is our mother, father, brother, or sister.

The mind starts attaching meaning to what is around us and through our senses. We identify what is tangible without knowing Spirit or God. The body is used to create a representative. We make the body self out of assuming. No one is carrying depth for the invisible world to know more. The idea of self at this level of consciousness is trying to awaken.

Once we make the body self, we place self-identity in temporal objects and ideas. We place self-identity in our clothes, name, car, family, hairstyle, job title, neighborhood, and bank account. The mind doesn’t know Spirit or light. We live matter identification instead of Spirit identification. We shape what is in front of us instead of knowing a deeper part of our existence. 

We’re not living with God as our mother, father, brother, or sister. We live through our senses, making what is in front of our idea of self. The mind places other people’s ideas of us as our building blocks of self. What we believe people perceive of us we shape as self. 

They are the temporal ideas that fade when we leave the body. Nothing we presently think of as who we are ever lives again. We’re experiencing one level of consciousness in matter. When we leave the body and live again, we come back to a world we’ve never seen before, with a new body, world, history, family, and story. 

Self doesn’t exist. Consciousness does. We are the light inside, and the body is the temporal vessel, giving us the way to live at one level of consciousness in matter. We can observe our thoughts and change them. 

Our life continuum is for eternity. We are a thinking species always changing form. We experience matter from different levels of consciousness, carving our Souls to light. We are light in God, awakening to know it. Just as God is of no form and of all form, so are we. 

We’re not the body. We’re the conscious energy inside of the body. The body is like a suit of clothes we put on and take off in every life. It’s the costume for living through a story in matter. We live knowing our narrative as life. We only experience what we can imagine as life and only exist from our perspective. We hear what we want to hear and hear what we don’t want to hear.

It’s self-chatter, placing dreams. We think about our past and future, playing stories in our minds about what we did last week or need to do tomorrow. We have no way to be present in this moment. Our incessant thinking keeps us busy and not aware of the present moment. We daydream life away and have no way to know it’s illusory. It’s dreaming.

Living in a life continuum for eternity already told us self didn’t exist. We’ll have a trillion bodies, and each one will live with a story of family and self. We’re conscious energy traveling through matter. We are not the body or our thoughts.  Thoughts are temporal and matters level. Consciousness is continuous, and consciousness is the light we’re living through. 

Thoughts are transitory and part of the story: they fade and never return when we leave the body. Consciousness is continuous and is the Soul in Heaven giving Spirit the way to live in matter. Spirit carries thoughts for a little while, and the Soul is the light in Heaven, making the light for thoughts to live out of. The Soul is consciousness.  

The earth, the universe, and all of life are consciousness.  

 I am not the body. I am Love. Love is all that is real. Everything else is the story for knowing it.