My mind is a part in the one holographic whole Mind of Brahman, the Father-Mother, the Dao, The Supreme Immortal, Undying, Unified Field of Divine Allness. My mind is whole and in Oneness with this Divine Mind.
Seeming to be in this world, my individual mind finds this hard to believe, as I appear to be bound to duality, to delusion, to a macabre of dancing shadow images that keep me prisoner to lack, victimhood, despair, anxiety, depression, and other forms of sickness, suffering, and indifference. My individual mind believes I am in this world because I do not believe my True Self Mind is One with God and Whole, rather that it is fragmented stemming from division.
Jeshua says that I will believe that I am part of where I think I am and that this is so because I surround myself with the environment I want, protecting the image made by the egoic-ahamkar principle. I tend to believe that I am in the world at the mercy of the images I made. But True Sight is not found through projecting and image making. This is the opposite of discrimination through Christhood Vision. Images are masks, prison doors, chains that bind. They do not see.
Today, in three five-minute sittings, I will consider a completely transformed concept of Self. My Source, Brahman Immortal, the Father-Mother Principle is what fortifies my True Identity and tells me who I really am. The focus of today’s contemplation is to meditate on myself as a True Seer or Self-Realized Perceiver, rather than on what I think I see or perceive with the body’s eyes and take in with the body’s manas blind sense-mind, the ego’s searchlights. It is my aim to scan the mind, with eyes closed searching for the various definitions I use to develop my individual self-image. It is pertinent that I include all attributes rooted in the individual self-image constructed by the egoic-ahamkar, whether I find them likable or the opposite, steeped in ideas of grandiosity or in self-belittlement. All the ideas about myself that my individual mind has invented are the same and have no basis in reality, though my thoughts have effects on what I perceive.
I vow not to get caught up on the negative perceptions I have of myself, though this will be a temptation and I will accept that some inflating ideas about who I think I am may cross my mind as I near the end of the mind searching. These are mere fantasies and that is all. They are not real.
One way to approach the mind searching is to say:
I see myself as sick. I see myself as insane. I see myself as a complete failure. I see myself at the mercy of a violent and deranged world. I see myself as a victim of outer circumstances. I see myself as moral. I see myself as right. I see myself as deprived. I see myself as proud. I see myself as successful.
After letting these beliefs pass by, recognizing the descriptive terms that relate to reactions I may have about them, I will affirm in my mind the Truth, after each illusion naming each illusion:
But my mind is a part in the one holographic whole Mind of Brahman, the Father-Mother, the Dao, The Supreme Immortal, Undying, Unified Field of Divine Allness. My mind is whole and in Oneness with this Divine Mind.
(Inspired by but not limited to A Course in Miracles Teachings (1st Edition), Mind Science, New Thought, Metaphysics, Yogic Philosophy, Quantum Physics, Eastern Thought, and writings by Paramahansa Yogananda)