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by jesse (_effinsweet_)
at January 20th, 2006 (11:49 am)

current mood: sick

Some quotes from my new favorite of-all-time books, "The Mastery of Love".

If you look at any religious version of hell, it is the same as human society, the way we dream. hell is a place of suffering, a place of fear, a place of war and violence, a place of judgement and no justice, a place of punishment that never ends. There are humans versus humans in a jungle full of predators; humans full of judgement, blame, guilt, emotional poision -- envy, anger, hate, sadness, suffering. We create all these little demons in our mind because we have learned to dream hell in our own life.

Each of us creates a personal dream for our own self, but the humans before us created a big outside dream, the dream of human society. The outside dream, or the dream of the planet, is the collective dream of billions of dreamers. The big dream includes all the rules of society, its laws, religions, different cultures, and ways to be. All of this information stored inside our mind is like a thousand voices talking to us at once.

The real us is pure love; we are life. The real us has nothing to with the dream, but this keeps us from seeing what we really are. When you see the dream from this perspective, and if you have the awareness of what you are, you see the nonsense behavior of humans, and it becomes amusing. What for others is a big drama, for you becomes comedy. You can see humans suffering over something that is not important, that is not even real. But we have no choice. We are born in this society, grow up in this society and we learn to be like everyone else, playing nonsense all the time, competing with mere nonsense.


Posted by: xordinarymachin (xordinarymachin)
Posted at: February 26th, 2007 12:40 am (UTC)

The Four Agreements is really good too

Posted by: jessica lynn (jessicalynn30)
Posted at: February 26th, 2007 04:49 am (UTC)

yeah i got that one too.. the one that helped me the most was the voice of knowledge.. really gets the "root" of all our thinking patterns

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