Riccardo Bosi of AustraliaOneParty explains Q
We live to discover our true selves through our self awareness. We live in two inseparable worlds, our physical and metaphysician. We are spiritual beings having a human experience and we have forgotten our spiritual side.
To know ourselves yourself may be the most important aspect of our lives. Our lives are so connected to families, friends and our jobs, living in the physical world of media, religion, governments, corporations, banks and education. We are living it every day, all day, week after week, month after month, year after year. Then one day there is a feeling, “is this it”, and a desire to want to “know the truth”. Then the plandemic hits the world. This is the time we stopped and wondered who we are really, why are we here, where are we going. More than ever before it has become a lifetime endeavor of seeking the truth.
Self-awareness can simply be aware of our thoughts, emotions and actions moment by moment and understanding the world around us. Realizing we live in the inseparable physical and metaphysical worlds.
The world was never as it seems and knowing that can be helpful. There is a vibrating constant energetic motion within all things, we can call Universal Intelligence, our Source or God. It is available to each and every one of us. Our mind must be known to itself, and this is perhaps the most demanding part of self-awareness. If the mind knows itself then the most important aspect of self-awareness has occurred as consciousness is the microcosm of the Oneness. In other words, the macrocosmic intelligence which guides the birth and processes of the universe is reflected on a microcosmic scale in each individual being. As energetic beings, we are radiating positive and negative energy by our thoughts, emotions and actions, creating our reality with all its distortions and confusion. Our goal is to learn and have balance between love and wisdom and negative and positive energies.
To know yourself is the same message Jesus, Buddha, Lao Tzu, Krishna and many others have been trying to tell us through the centuries.
Lao Tzu tells us “Wisdom come from knowing oneself. He who knows himself is enlightened”. In the dialogue of the Savior Jesus said “Those who have truly found the Self within recognized that it exists everywhere.” Buddha added, “Everyone has recognized the self-one’s essential nature. But few have realized it.” In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna tells us “If you would become perfect, discover the self within. Seek the awareness, not the intelligence.”
We all have the divine gift of discernment, the act or process of exhibiting keen insight and good judgment. In its broadest sense, discernment is closely related to wisdom as an expression of our source. Discernment alone can bring about a sense of balance between the worldly and the spiritual.
Each individual is responsible for their own awakening by whatever means they deem appropriate. Spirituality is understanding and loving the One by loving yourself, loving others, nature and helping others. Meditation, contemplation and prayer, are the gateway to Infinite Intelligence. Being aware of your thoughts, emotions and actions, moment by moment, then analyze your own character, feelings, motives, and desires may be a good start to anyone’s self-awareness.
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