Butterfly. Awareness & Vision

Only our own consciousness brings to life everything we look at. If we do not spiritualize our world, it dies. The world dies and gets reborn within us.

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A state of consciousness may be characterized by its duration, frequency of appearance, and depth and width of penetration. Those parameters change as a result of our work of self-investigation. The goal of our work is total and constant awareness of oneself.

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What is important is not what others know about you, but what you know about yourself.

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Awareness ties everything together. Awareness is a force which holds and unites all parts of a whole. Awareness is not a thought, a feeling, a sensation, or an action. It is something that unites all four of them. Awareness is a primary source of everything within us.

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Awareness is not the content of what you understand, but a moment of understanding and the experience of it.

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Awareness is an instant broadening of the borders of your perception. It is a holistic vision of what is happening as an interlinked current of events.

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Awareness is never repeated. It is always new. Knowledge gets rusty as soon as it appears; awareness never.

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Awareness is impossible to store. It is impossible to share. It is impossible to describe. It can only be experienced again and again.

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Awareness is always alive. Knowledge is always dead. There is no awareness, no life in knowledge.

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Awareness is a rapidly flowing stream of water, not a river-bed.

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Perhaps, you are aware of your thoughts, but not aware of your sensations and feelings. In such a case, inconsistency between what you think and say and what you feel and do may be characteristic for you. For example, you insist you like your work, but somehow you are not very happy to be there. You can say you love reading, but you do not read. Perhaps you are better at being aware of your feelings or actions but are not aware of your thoughts. Then you will constantly have internal and external inconsistencies. Every single one of us is plugged into a mental, emotional, and physical channel irrespective of the fact of whether or not he or she is aware of it. A complete awareness of oneself as a constantly moving and transforming energy channel is necessary for the one who wants to be healthy. Becoming aware of oneself is a direct Way toward a healthy and harmonious life. To be aware means simply to observe without a choice, not to define or explain.

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Awareness – is freeing one’s perception of the world.

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The state of awareness is either present or absent. There are no intermediate states of semi-awareness.

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Awareness is not a thought, not a feeling or action. It is an impartial vision, not plugged in observation of newly appearing thoughts, feelings, sensations, and actions.

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Awareness of oneself is an understanding realized in spontaneous actions.

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There is nothing impossible for the Soul that is aware of itself.

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Awareness may be characterized by the magnitude of energy of free (unidentified) attention.

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A sentient being is capable of entering and exiting any process or an event without identifying with it. One who is not present is unable to not get involved in certain processes and events and is unable to exit those at will. Processes and events in which one gets mechanically involved are determined by the characteristic conditioning of one’s mind and personality.

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Freeing perception from limitations, duality, and the fragmented nature of the conditioned mind is possible only through one’s own awareness. A sentient consciousness is capable of perceiving and acting in different worlds, and corresponding to the level of its consciousness.

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The connection to supreme “I” is made through the aware Soul. A presence of free attention is an indicator of Soul’s awareness of itself.

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A vision is an observation without a choice, i.e. impartial, uninvolved with the observed event, attention.

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A vision determines what should be said and done and how it should be said and done.

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One’s vision is determined by one’s body-mind, because the information about the aim of your Supreme “I” is stored in the cells of your body. Every cell of your organism contains information about the whole Universe. By receiving access to this information, which is contained within you, you will know everything you need to know in order to See and to Act in accord with the Plan of the Creator (Unified Consciousness).

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A vision is possible when all three functional centers of a human being are harmonized.

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A vision is a result of practical experience, not of a belief.

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A vision is remembrance of what you already know. This knowledge is encoded in the cells of a human body.

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A vision is a direct understanding without the intermediary of the conditioned mind and thoughts.

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Distortion in vision occurs when one tries to explain, appraise, or judge what is being seen. Mistakes arise due to the interference of the superficial mind.

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Vision has to be realized in the action that follows out of it. This action is what is important, not the interpretation or appraisal of what is being seen.

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A vision does not occur through physical vision.

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A vision is not a manipulation, as it influences neither events nor other people.

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A vision is a direct experience of what is happening, not of thinking it through.

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A vision supersedes any concept, conviction, i.e. any result of the work of the conditioned mind. That is why one is only capable of seeing in a state of non-thinking.

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To see is to exit the limits of the conditional mind.

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In one object, an average onlooker and a Seer observe: one – an external form, another – its essence. To look does not mean to see.

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Awareness is the change and broadening of one’s own perception.

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Sleep and the usual so-called wakeful state are two forms of consciousness, but neither one of them is awareness. Sleep and the wakeful state are the only possible forms of consciousness for an average human being. Wakeful state is just a variation of sleep. Therefore, a human being who is not aware of himself is constantly asleep, i.e. lives in a world of illusions and fantasy.

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In order to see images of yourself, or images of your personality, you have to have free attention, i.e. free energy. If all your energy is habitually spent for your involvement with everything you usually think, feel, and do, you do not have free attention. Become aware of at least one of your habitual involvements, and you will get free energy that you will be able to use to become aware of one more of your mechanical habits. This is the way to increase and to store free energy. It frees you from mechanical functioning.

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Becoming aware of yourself will allow you to perceive everything as a flow of events of mental, emotional, physical, and other planes.

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Consciousness is just an opportunity for awareness.

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Awareness is consciousness aware of itself.

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Awareness is not a mental function. Awareness has nothing to do with thinking, and it is not a reflection with or without a motive. Also, it is not a memory, and it is not a recollection of previously experienced states.

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Awareness is an understanding, a direct experience, and a vision of oneself and what is happening around one as a flow of events.

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Only you can determine if you are currently aware of yourself or not. Only you can know the real truth about yourself.

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