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#32 Graciously sacrifice suffering & illusion
Continuing with the series of sharing the purpose and inspiration behind each point of my manifestation manifesto, today I will talk about:
#32 I graciously and gladly sacrifice my suffering and illusions to create more space for love, light, divinity, and the beauty of reality to penetrate every fiber of my being.
I felt a deep resistance writing the last part of this point. I used to arrogantly mock and look down upon people who talk about “love and light” because even when I entered the spiritual stage of my life, I found all that to be too airy-fairy. Today I swallow my false sense of pride and arrogance, my righteousness of being better than “them”.
I still see that people escape into the spiritual extremes to escape this world, that issue is more rampant than ever. But who am I to judge them? And why?
Today I feel compassion for them because of their inability to ground and face this reality, this world. I had that struggle for over a decade. I did not escape into fantasy and spirituality, I escaped into drugs. I too lived with a lot of illusions that protected me from the harshness of reality.
What illusions people choose are irrelevant. We all have illusions. The skeptics and rationalists are as deluded as religious and spiritual folk.
My struggle with escapism ended over the last 4 years as I landed in this world and chose to be fully incarnate as a human. And that is when I met my true divinity. Just today I came across the term Homo Sanctus — the fully awakened human that is a complete embodiment of their sacred nature — their divinity. This is what I am moving towards consciously going forward.
Here again I reclaim the attitude of “love and light” from those who use it to escape. Those who barely scratch the surface nor understand the depth of those fields of energy. I transmute the projections of the rationalists and skeptics, of my own past self who would mock such talk.
I assume the power that comes with this transformation and use the energy of the projections of ignorance to rise even higher while grounding deeper into reality in all dimensions, including the earthly human dimension.
I don’t see reality as a harsh place to be any longer. Reality is beautiful. It’s the illusions which mask reality that make it painful to live in. What hurts me are my illusions and suffering, which are created by myself and internalized from others. Reality in itself is pure and void.
Pain is a part of life, suffering is the option I graciously reject.
I let go my attachments to suffering and illusion, those that keep me addicted to pain and discomfort. Those that would let me enjoy the ease of victimhood to blame and complain while wallowing in the comfort zone of self-pity.
The greater the sacrifice of suffering and illusion, the deeper I embody my light. I become one with my light bodies. I crystallize my visions with greater ease and fluency. I materialize more beauty as I move through each level.
Awakening is not only about realizing the darkness of the world.
There is a much deeper awakening in accepting the beauty of reality.
A lot of awakened people sink into depression as they come face to face with the dark elements of the world. The elements they were denying and masking with illusions. Darkness becomes an addiction as people fall into the false belief that knowing the darkness more will wake them up further. It’s an infinite abyss that will suck you into oblivion. It will eat your soul away. This is the addiction to suffering most people indulge in as they “awaken”.
Reality demands sacrificing your illusions. And your suffering.
There is a beauty that is only available once we fully let go our obsession with knowing the darkness. It’s no longer denial once you awaken to the darkness. It becomes a choice to indulge light and beauty over the darkness. That is awakening to your full power. Choosing to be joyful and radiate brilliance in a dark world.
I make that choice in every moment.
I am a being of light radiating joy in the world.
Checkout the previous post: #33 — I am in this for the long-haul.