This is a continuation of my latest post about Subjective Reality.
Over the past few days, I’ve been giving Subjective Reality more thought. I keep coming back to the part about how each person in my/your subjective reality is really no more than a projection of some aspect of your consciousness that, at the present time, seems better delivered in the simulation as a separate, fragmented “external” person. I mentioned in the last post that as you work to improve the lives of all the other “people” in your life, that you are actually working on bringing all these aspects of your own consciousness back into alignment with each other.
I took the title of this post from the line Ben Parker says to Peter Parker in “Spiderman”. He said, “With great power, comes Great responsibility.”
If you come to accept the Subjective Model of Reality as being accurate for you at this time, the implications are literally mind-blowing.
By being the projector of all these different “fragments” of your consciousness, you are repsonsible to make sure that all these fragments come into alignment. To take an Ego-based “This is my reality. I can do with what I will”, can be downright dangerous, from a personal growth standpoint.
By spreading bad will to others, you are in essence, not taking responsibility for what happens in your universe. In order to enrich the simulation, the only sustainable kind of energy is one of loving and compassion. Only love and compassion are capable of building the interlink relationships between all of these aspects of consciousness, to let them be as one. What would the world be like if everyone got along, because they each had reason to do so?
The prospect of such a world seems impossible to most people, as evidenced by the state of affairs. I hope to help change that somehow.
Have you genuinely tried to be nice to someone, or compassionate, and had that person treat you as being less than the dirt you’re standing on? I believe that comes down to habit and beliefs, which I’ll be covering in the next article.
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