Butterfly. Perception, attunement, Supreme “I”

Seeing is the perception of something that does not have a form and therefore does not require a thought or a need to be thought through.

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Only the Supreme “I” is capable of correctly tuning one’s perception. The correct attunement allows one to see something one needs to see, originating with one’s tasks related to certain goals of one’s embodiment in a given body, without any kind of mental efforts.  The correct attunement of a perception is clear vision and correct actions.

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The aims of the Supreme “I” come from the awareness of its role in the realization of the Plan and Design of the Creator. The Supreme “I” represents one of the multiple aspects of the creative power of One Creator (Unified Consciousness).

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What we see is always a result of attunement of our perception. The ability of seeing in a given human being is determined by the diapason of energetic frequencies (vibrations) of consciousness mastered by him, i.e. vibrations one can catch and understand. The possibilities of perception of a human being exceed current, actualized possibilities.

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Awareness of the Aim (Will) of the Supreme “I” widens the diapason of one’s perception, allowing one to see everything necessary for the execution of an Action, born out of the Aim.

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The transformation of energy of personal desires into the Aim of your Supreme “I” happens to be the main result of the process of the transformation of a human being into the Human Being.

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The Supreme “I,” in the presence of a good channel of communication with a human being (body-mind), actualizes the tuning of one’s perception.

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A diapason of perception of the conditioned mind never exits the limits of duality.

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A desire, related to the possession of a certain form, increases the identification, i.e. the attachment to the physical world and fixates one’s perception to a very narrow diapason.

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In order to enter the unknown, one needs to abandon the known, i.e. to rebuild the system of one’s perception.

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Vision requires the rebuilding and broadening of the diapason of one’s usual perception.

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Life is a constant flow of events, a movement of energy. It has no pauses. It has no stops. By perceiving life through the conditioned mind, we create fixations brought up by its attachments and dependencies. A fixation is analogous to a stop-image, i.e. to a film freeze during the showing of a movie. Action stops. When this happens, people in a movie theater start to whistle. They get angry. They want to continue with the movie. In life we constantly stop the perception of what is happening around us. It is the same thing.

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Understanding of any conceptual system requires a certain tuning of a perception.

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Any given perception is relative.

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Global convictions and beliefs of humanity are the major deterrents in the spectrum of perception of every human being.

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What is important is not what you perceive in observing the world, but why you are able to perceive so little at present.

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If you do not to limit yourself to only naming what you are observing, you will be able to see many properties intrinsic to the observed and also peculiarities of their changes. For example, looking at the rose, you will see its tenderness and beauty expressed in its color, form, and smell… If your attention is not fixed on definitions alone, you will be able to see quite a lot of interesting new things around you.

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Do not define your states, and they will change. If, on the other hand, you define your state as boredom or illness, you will continue to be in it until you define your state differently. But changing one’s states by changing their definitions is quite a monotonous and slow process. Just observe your states, and you will see that there is nothing constant in them; they are just a flow of thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Some of them are quite habitual to you, and therefore you do not want to let them go.

Therefore, they recur more frequently than others. Let go of them, and other states will come, beautiful in their unknowingness.

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Everything depends on your perception. You can see this book as something hard and material, but you can also see it as a flow of thoughts, ideas, and images or as energy and information. Everything depends only on the tuning of your perception. Perhaps, for now, your perception is tuned to seeing only material objects and images of your thoughts. Go deeper, and you will see what is behind them.

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By changing your perception, you can turn any material thing into energy, and energy into any material thing. This is real magic. It is accessible to any human being who has become aware of himself and of his real nature of being a creator.

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