Posted on June 3, 2017 by Soren Dreier
Author: Soren Dreier
In the groundwork of understanding psychology and the understanding of others and ourselves, there is basic rule. That very basic rule is: What you see is always your own reflection in the mirror. So, if you experience something in this world that calls for the warrior in you – it is because you are that thing – and what you are opposing is your own reflection.
Quiet of a bit narcissistic argument – Everything is about you!
No, it is not, it is noise.
If we engage in a journey, which many of us obviously are, there comes a breaking point. That breaking point is when we stop identifying ourselves with this world and its manifestations. We go outside the world of programming, both psychologically and physically, and an entity steps in.
That entity has many names: The Observer, The Silent Witness and more.
Often when I write about our ‘self-talk’ I describe is as the inner dialogue. Others call it the inner monologue, but it is a dialogue due to the split in the consciousness. As I wrote in another post: It is the dialogue between the soul and the ego.
The monologue, the internal monologue, is still ‘just’ the personality or the Ego talking to itself. That is why narcissists or sociopaths are lost when it comes to self-improvement. They have nobody on the inside to teach them.
The internal dialogue is the inner master talking to the apprentice – the ego, the personality – and it often gives us the hints on how to proceed and what to trust or what not to trust.
Allow me to debunk the “What you see is yourself”, or as I prefer to label it: “If You Spot It You Got it.”
As we travel the narrow roads and not the highways to self-enlightenment, self-understanding, self-improvement, we become very aware that we do not travel alone. The observer is with us. The observer warns us and endorses us with regard to directions, and especially it directs us to see the Matrixes, both in spirituality and the mundane. The horizontal world and the vertical world.
Most people, even people who see themselves as teachers, would say to you: What you do not like in this world, and especially what you fight in this world, is your own shadow. And if that argument isn’t enough to keep you in chains, they will also let you know that what you are fighting is your own reflection in a mirror. Often, they will pull the subconscious card on you like: You don’t really know that this is what you are doing – it’s the subconscious you see! No, it is not.
It is 10 cent psychology for absolute beginners.
It´s very conscious in the mind of people on the road to freedom and enlightenment; some call it Awake. It is very conscious since the guide is the soul and it guides you with ethics. Not moral standards, since morality often is the product of the ego. ‘Our biases expose our boxes’ is not valid anymore, because they have taken on another frequency of right and wrong. What is right and what is wrong in this world is very individual and by keeping it individual we do not have to disagree into: It should be this and that, that’s right and this and that is wrong.
Let it be fluid, step into the gaps and observe it.
It is the warrior energy merging and we do not always fight the same fights, and we don’t have to.
Some people can’t have this and some people can’t have that and this is good and as it should be. Do not ever let the ‘shadow’ or the ‘mirror’ stand in the way of what you feel you are here to fight. Seems like self-doubt should step in, hence: The Mirrors and Shadows stray jacket scheme.
That will pacify any good warrior. And that’s what this choir is all about: To stop you.
In a mind that does not have the voice of guidance inside, that does have an internal monologue, it is so: When You Spot It You Got It, because that’s the psychological explanation to that. Pure Freud.
In a mind that has split itself via self-development or spiritual development, it is not so anymore since the pain of the split is spending a great amount of time in soulful despair in the voids that we encounter. When we detach the Matrix, detach programming, and detach popular mainstream psychology, we observe the birth of a new inner core: The call of our soul. That split is very important since it can send people into a spiritual crisis for many years, often here described as a spiritual depression because:
We are not mirroring anything anymore – not even ourselves. And that profound insight makes us so damn lonely inside, because we have to leave ourselves (ego) and we were under the impression that really was an expression of ourselves. It wasn’t. That was only one aspect of us.
I could say, but that would be stretching it a bit, that the rest of the journey toward enlightenment, or spiritual fulfillment, or being awake, is to shorten that gap between the Ego and the Soul into: One, as in being one with our souls, our authentic selves. The Gap is obviously there since we still feel the old programming of the ego against the new programming of the Soul.
Counter spirituality or counter Awakening will do its best to tell you that you are still wrong – it’s still the Mirror. It’s not. It’s you. Your – Self.
What many don’t realize is that this calls out the warrior in you, and as said, they are not interested in that. So, old rabbits out of a top hat still. Don’t fall for it. Stay in your warrior mode.
Some stuff in this world isn’t very soulful and that’s a huge understatement and when you see that Stuff, whatever it is, and the warrior in you wants to point at it, point if that’s your drive.
Some feel war is wrong and they fight it – they become warriors in that fight. That doesn’t mean they become soldiers on a battlefield or a drone operator. It certainly doesn’t mean they agree with war in any way and have a subconscious need to slaughter people as this choir of ‘Shadows and Mirrors’ will tell you. No, you’re pulling on an energy inside that just won’t keep quiet anymore and feels that war is just awful.
It’s a very pure energy since it is very peaceful in its ground core. It wants peace. It does not want war and killings. It is non judgmental – it is observing and neutral at its core but fierce in battle.
Some feel pedophilia is wrong and they fight it.
That doesn’t mean they would like to abuse little boys and girls.
It means that pedophilia is wrong, an evil and it needs to be taken down wherever it merges.
Some feel that the police forces should conduct themselves in an orderly manner.
That doesn’t mean they secretly want to abuse and arrest people.
Some feel that women and men should get paid equally doing the same job.
That does not mean they want the money or they feel badly paid themselves.
Some feel that the Control System just sucks.
That doesn’t make them control freaks.
It is called: EMPATHY! and empathy is hardly a mirror or shadow entity. Empathy is the light in this world and is apparently highjacked into a ‘mirror reflection’ or a ‘shadow entity’. Really? Pure and utter distortion.
My wish on this summer’s day, is that we can get rid of this cheap amateur psychology and deceptive spirituality, take a look around also in history and say: We are not what we fight.
The clarity of that will come to those who engage in the resistance because frankly: We would like this world free of child molesters, government sanctioned collective killings, the Oligarchs, the bureaucrats and everything that stands in the way of basically:
A good life for all on this planet. No more noise to distort that goal.
The last thing we should be afraid of is our shadow, our own reflection, especially in cloudy weather – and the Sun isn’t exactly shining in Development City, is it?
I´ll quote Tom Waits: “…how do the angels get to sleep, when the devil leaves the porchlight on”
Thank you – stay sane.
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