In this episode I argue that there is no such thing as good and evil, and also explore the concept of the oneness of human consciousness.
Transcribed for the hearing impaired:
We are all One!
Welcome to The Anahata Singularity
Ok, in the preliminary episode, I made a claim that we are all one. All pieces of the same consciousness. Now, I’ll discuss my own reasons for coming to that conclusion, in a later episode… the reason for holding off on that particular discussion, for now, is because, although the concept is not all that complicated, it’s an idea that is completely foreign in this place that we call reality. It’s been intentionally made to be a foreign concept, and we’ll get to the reason for that eventually also. But for now, let’s just get the idea out on the table and examine it.
Before we get started, let me remind you that I also claimed that there is no such a thing as good and evil… so we might as well throw that up on the table while we’re at it as well.
I imagine I’ve just tossed these two insane concepts up on a table, in a room full of a bunch of apprehensive people. I’ve got my hands on my hips with a big smile on my face, proud of what I just did, while everyone else around the table has varying degrees of disgust on their faces. No one’s happy.
So I ask everyone in the room to tell me, what they think about what they see. Who wants to go go first?
Now, I’m not psychic, but I already know what I’m going to hear. You get the same exact response, almost word for word, every time someone is presented with these two concepts. They immediately refer to infamous characters throughout history, Hitler being the most common goto guy to refute these claims, followed in popularity, only by Manson and Dahmer.
Tu Shea, and my retort, my question, is always “Who told you what you think you know about any character in history or any historical event?” Hmmm? And before speculation starts as to whether I’m a quote “denier” of this or that… let me state that I am a shameless doubter of all recorded history. If you ask me honestly what percentage of accepted history that I believe to be true, I’d have to say zero.
Um, let me digress for a minute and share two personal stories with you.
Several years ago, we allegedly had civil unrest throughout our country, where we all saw pictures and video of cities on fire across the United States… wide spread violence. It appeared the country was falling apart at the seams. Now, one of my coworkers had planned a trip, for him and his kids, to New York City before any of it started and everything in that week long vacation, hotel reservations, everything, was already paid for. So he’s sitting there at his desk watching a video of all the chaos and fires going on throughout the city, and he says to me “Dude, I don’t know about this. I should probably cancel everything and try to get my money back and wait for all of this to blow over.” And being the crazy conspiracy theorist that I am, I said “Dude, it’s not real. None of it. Go ahead with your trip. You’ll be fine.” Watching the video, he turns to me and gave me a smirk, you know the one… every truther is very familiar with the look of smug. Never mind that you spend countless hours investigating… they’ve watched ten minutes of main stream media, and they know better than you. They’re the smart ones and you’re the idiot.
Well, I’m not sure exactly why, but he decided to go on the trip anyway. I don’t know if he couldn’t get out of all of it, or if I made a little dent or whatever, but he did go. A week later he comes strolling in and says “dude, we really had a good time. Everyone was polite, black people, white people, everybody… it’s like nothing was going on.”
Now, let me remind you, that those event’s will all go down in recorded history as fact… actual factual events.
My second story is about my own family’s alleged lineage. My mother’s side of the family is supposed to be related to a very prominent historical figure. For the sake of privacy on the internet, I’ll be vague, but my grandmother is supposed to be a direct descendant herself and shared a last name with this person before she married my grandfather.
I can’t tell you how may times I heard the stories of family drama, surrounding this person, and saw news paper clippings… the resemblance, of some family members to this person, including myself… you name it. I mean, this wasn’t just some passing claim. These people have a lot of details… and in the scheme of things, we’re not talking about a person who lived all that long ago. We’re talking about just a few generations here.
So one day, while I was home from work sick, I got bored of watching 80’s reruns and soap operas and decided to do a genealogy search. Now, mind you, I had not yet fallen down the rabbit hold of truth seeking at this point. Well, it didn’t take long to find out that this person, this historical figure that I was allegedly related to, did have children… however, those children bore no children themselves. I was pissed and immediately went on a rant about my family’s delusions.
Now, you could say that maybe this person had an illegitimate child or whatever, and that’s who we’re related to… but that’s not the story. The story is one that was very open and public. So, the question is, who told them that… and why. Who’s correct, the official written history of this person’s life, or my family’s personal accounts of events occurring in this person’s life? …or… or, neither. Follow me?
Now, that’s not all I have, to have developed such a disbelief in recorded history, but that’s just two examples from my own personal life that I cared to share. And as I already stated in the first episode, I’m not here to tear official narratives apart one by one, piece by piece, in an attempt to convince you that you’re being lied to. There are plenty of sources out there where that is their specialty. My interest exists on the flip side of that. The people that I’m appealing to, have already been there done that, and they’re at the last leg of the race and need what they need to get through to the finish line. If you’re here wanting to debate as to wether this or that event in history happened according to the official story or not, you’ve definitely come to the wrong place.
Ok, onward and upward… back to the matter at hand… we are all pieces of the same consciousness and there is no distinction between good and evil.
We’ll start with the good and evil thing because I think that that is an easier sell. Let’s be clear about what we’re talking about when we use the term good and evil. What we’re really saying is duality. Duality exists at every level of reality. In fact, we could even say that reality is made entirely of polar opposites. So where does the notion of good and evil begin? Let’s find out.
Night time vs. Day time. No one thinks of that on terms of good and evil. The north pole and the south pole. No one thinks of those in terms of good and evil either. Negative and positive terminals on a battery. North and south on a magnet. Nope and nope. We even all respect the cycle of life within the animal kingdom, which is full of brutal duality. Not seen as evil.
Alright, conservative vs. liberal… bing bing bing. Found one. Men vs. Women. There’s another. Serial killer vs. unsuspecting victims. I’m three for three but that last one was an easy one right? I can’t possibly be implying that a serial killer is in any way similar to the cycle of life in the animal kingdom, can I? That there’s no evil here… because animal’s always kill for the sole purpose of survival, right? Well, not exactly. Have you ever had a cat? Now, don’t get me wrong here, because cats are one of my favorite animals and I’ve had at least one as a pet continuously throughout my entire life. One of my good friends refers to cats as the serial killer of the animal kingdom, because sometimes they will just kill shit just to do it… with no intentions of ever eating it. I’ve had cats that just seem to resent other things being alive at all. I have one cat now that frequently runs out in front of me just as I’m about to head down the steps in my house. I swear that little bastard is trying to kill me just for sport. Her timing even seems to have improved over the years. One day you might find out that I bought the farm and might suspect that the powers that be got me for revealing too much of the mechanics of reality… but nope, it’ll probably be that age has made me not so quick on my feet and Laylah was really in the zone that particular day, and down the steps I went. I probably didn’t get suicided by the illuminati hit squad… it was probably a cute furry little serial killer named Laylah and that’s who the police should probably question first.
Ever had Koi fish or knew someone who does? It’s a fact that a heron, upon discovering that it cannot possibly eat the koi of a particular pond because of the size of those fish, will not just move on to another pond where game is of a more manageable size… no, it will not leave until it has stabbed to death every last fish in that pond before it moves on and will leave them to rot. It’s horrible and heartbreaking for the fish keeper. Just a side note, with the intent to insert some emotion into the equation, just to drive my point across even harder… most people are unaware of the intelligence of Koi. They actually remind you of puppies… they’re playful, they’re trainable, they’re intelligent, and each one have unique personalities.
We don’t see these examples as evil, do we? Well, if you have a pet bird and a cat comes along, or if you’re a fish owner and a heron drops in, then maybe… so what’s the distinction between which parts of duality do we see as nature/good and which are evil? Feelings. Our feeling or perspective on the matter is the ONLY way we make a distinction between what is good and evil. That’s it. We could very well find some world where humanoids regularly hunt each other… and we could try to show them that that behavior is evil and unacceptable, but they would likely look at you like you’re insane and would consider you evil for attempting to interfere in their cycle of life, their normal.
If you want to play the devil’s advocate for a second and believe any part of recorded history is true, the Romans supposedly hunted and killed Christians. Christians supposedly hunted and killed Muslims. Muslims supposedly hunted and killed all unbelievers. Both sides in every instance would see themselves as the good guy and the other side as evil. Yeah, feelings and perspective.
You smelling what I’m cookin’?
Alright, I think I’ve made a very valid argument for the illusion of good and evil.
Now on to the concept that we are all one. Hmm, this one’s going to be a tough one, and that’s because this concept has to be sensed personally. You get clues, and there are many, and then, and only then, if you care enough, you start to observe and that’s how you make that discovery. I think it’s maybe meant to be that way. This is the one great arcanum that is the key to unlocking the very nature of reality, and the mastery of reality, and that’s why it is so intangible, so indescribable, so elusive… It’s a discovery that has to be made on an individual level. If we could get it to then spread like a virus, that would eventually result in a perfect and harmonious reality… a reality driven by a collective of conscious beings working as one unit. Currently, we mistakenly believe we’re not, and it’s not working so well. We’re lost.
It’s necessary for a person to turn inward to get the process started. There’s a very old saying, that holds the key to all of this… take this as your first clue… “Know thyself, and you will know all of the mysteries of the god’s and of the universe.” Let me repeat it. “Know thyself, and you will know all of the mysteries of the god’s and of the universe.” This phrase is telling you that there’s nothing outside of you. Everything that you perceive, everything, is a projection that originates from you. This is the single most powerful phrase ever spoken, and it’s understood by virtually no one.
Let me give you a more modern quote from Ed Kowalczyk from the band Live, “Selfishness and separation have lead me to believe that the world is not my problem. I am the world.”
Let’s consider people who have had near death experiences and people who have went on psychedelic trips… The vast majority of them come back with the revelation that this reality is just a shadow of something greater, something purer… and that we are all one… one consciousness. There’s a clue.
Synchronicities. Those are clues.
Many wealthy people can tell you that giving of one’s self, lead directly to their success, sometimes in really strange ways. Why would that be, do you suppose. Why would a person’s generosity, especially when done under anonymity, have anything at all to do with their success in business. There’s a clue.
The bible tells many stories… but in truth, the bible tells only one story, over and over and over… and that is the story of human consciousness, god consciousness… being one in the same. You are very likely to never hear that anywhere else. It’s a secret held by so few. Don’t believe me? Read the the Zohar. The Zohar is a commentary on the Torah, written as allegory. It’s a beautiful work that uses symbolism and esoteric language to reveal the symbolism and esoteric language of the Torah. Also the Gnostic creation stories. You should read all these books… they’re all about you. Oh, look up Bill Donahue… he loves to talk about this stuff. There’s a bunch of clues.
Now I know there will be people listening to this who will be highly critical because I may have failed to convince them… they either need handholding or they come just to act like they give a shit, but don’t really… you know the type. Let me ask them this… what harm could possibly come from perceiving the entire world and everything in it as being a part of yourself? How could such a mindset and the practice of such a mindset ever make the world worse in any way at all. Any person, no matter how limited their visualization skills, could easily imagine, that if everyone saw life that way, how that would instantly transform the world… if only such an idea would begin to trend. What’s one person matter? A trend has to start somewhere. Instead of convincing you that’s it’s a fact, I have to instead invite you to give it a try.
So that would be part two of the solution that we’ve begun to build since the first episode.
Just as a refresher, the first two parts of the solution to taking control of reality in a meaningful way, and bring it into harmony, is to
1] Disengage as much as possible from your emotional response to what is going on around you, thus removing it’s power over you. A snake can’t kill you, if you’re immune to the poison.
2] Make a conscious effort to be just a little better today than you were yesterday, in spite of how you personally feel about yourself or the person or persons to which you are extending a kind gesture.
3] Train yourself to see polarity for what it truly is and attempt to find balance in-between.
4] Begin to look at yourself, I mean really examine yourself… and then take a good look at the world around you and look for commonalities… you’ll be amazed at what you find out. Some of it you’ll like… most of it you won’t. The things you see that you don’t care for… fix them within yourself.
Let me say a couple of things before wrapping this episode up. I want to add a little more to the part of the solution about your perception of polarity… have you ever wondered why people who are perceived as being a good people usually seem to have a short existence here (hence, the saying the good die young) and a person who is recognized as being a total piece of shit seems to outlive everyone else? The answer as to why is directly related to the perception of each. People who we consider good people, tend to internalize everything, which causes them health problems, ulcers, etc… while people who seem to be put on earth just to cause as much misery as possible, tend to enjoy what they do to others… and because of that, they are benefitted by their behavior. Your perception is everything.
And one last thing concerning the part about introspection. A while back when I was starting to make this discovery, I worked down the hall from a group of millennials in a newsroom. The shit you would hear coming out of that room would blow your mind. Sometimes I would wonder if they actually believed any of what they were saying and were just trying to impress each other as to how much of a display of crazy that they could display. An echo chamber of insanity would be the best way to describe that room. Sometimes they’d get me so wound up listening to them that I’d have to shut my door or leave for an early lunch. I asked myself “how in the hell could those people in there ever be a reflection of me? Just the thought of such a premise made my stomach turn. Then, it wasn’t actually a voice, but a very powerful inner dialog said “Those people are your stubbornness, your rigidity, your unwillingness to bend.” I did not like that very much, not necessarily because I had a hard time with the self critique, but the feeling I got wondering how many people in my life that I’ve made feel like those people made me feel. Up until that point, I had thought of myself as rather open minded… turns out I may have only been open to ideas that I had decided were permissible.
So that’s it for today. Try and give some of this a shot… It will be the best thing you’ve ever done. Even if you try it for one day and then give up, because you don’t see results quick enough for you, you will have inadvertently added the smallest push, that will combine with everyone else who only tried it for one day… and I believe with all my heart, that that will be enough to start the world going back in the other direction. We desperately need to find center, but all we need is a push to get it going.