Our moral versus our nature is an internal conflict within our duality, or more so, what is naturally acceptable versus what is morally unacceptable gives the illusion of divinity. But what we define right or wrong by behavior, we deem UN or acceptable when being reciprocated back to us. In essence, do unto others as you would have done unto you.
What we like, we consider good or right. What we don’t like, we consider wrong or bad. But this matter is dealing solely and based on perception. Some cultures of the world ate their dead family members, mainly the mother so that they would inherit their essence and so that she could give herself back to her family rather than the ground. Others cultures would deem this to be sacrilege and barbaric. But who is to say which culture is right or wrong? Therefore we must rely on what is divinely natural versus what is not.
Our nature tells us men to procreate, and lust is the driving force behind procreation. There is no in-between. The divine aspect of our nature tells us to mate and procreate with willing and able partners. Thus, rape itself, isn’t a sin against nature as long as procreation can result because the prime directive is being fulfilled. It becomes a matter of morals; ‘would I want that to happen to my mother or daughter?’ thus, any sexual act that cannot result in procreation is unnatural. Procreation uses lust as a vehicle, so when procreation is taken out of the picture, it is not natural. As humans, we must be able to rise above our animal self, aka lower self to be gods rather than highly intelligent animals.
Since some level of us is still animal, we behave as such, and is therefore governed by the animalistic laws of nature, rather than the divine, such as eat, sleep, procreate, and self-preservation. The divine laws call for freedom, justice and equality, and also oneness with the universe.
We struggle with the divine and animal aspect of ourselves because being divine is hard, and being an animal is easy. Our limited use of the brain enables this to be so. 6% of the 10 % of our brain is veered toward, eating, sleeping, procreating and self-preservation. 90% of our divine nature sleeps, while the remaining 4% is barely able to control the animal within. The animal aspect of ourselves makes no apologies for its actions and therefore, suffers from no notion of morality, only by what is natural and what is not. The reality is, there is no such thing as wrong or right, good or bad. The divine aspect of ourselves see’s what is perceived to be right or wrong, but based only in the context of the feelings that these perceptions created.
One may see the murder of a child as an evil and heinous act, but this is based on one side of the perspective, because the person who committed the murder didn’t and doesn’t see it in that way. In the animal world, for which the physical body of man belongs, the murder of children and babies are natural and normal. We as humans don’t like it, so we deem it wrong or bad. Adults often commit murder and children are included, more so depending on the species. This is an example of the duality existing in man, Flesh and mind, two worlds, two different natures, all being contained in the same package. So, to reiterate, there is no good or bad. These concepts are but vain attempts, by the human psyche to justify its dual nature by creating an illusion of morality or the lack there of.
The people who were considered evil or bad were, created by those who perceived them to be so, due to an opposing mind state. Thus the creation of good and bad came about. The human mind needed to control and cope with the dual aspect of our minds ever since its infancy as a species. So good and bad, was created as a way of controlling our dual nature.
If we are to believe that only god is capable of creating life and causing death, as well as judging, then clearly humans are god, especially original people. Rather than being who and what we are, in tune with nature and our nature. We have become victims of our own self imputed morality, ever deepening the invisible divide between those who consider this and that to constitute good or bad. These are Concepts that truly do not exist, because what is considered good or bad is our nature and part of our duality. That duality is our nature. It is only when our nature is not in tune with nature that abominations such as homosexuality and child molestation occur. Neither act is in tune with, or in accord with the laws of nature, therefore unnatural and wrong, and disrupts the duality.
One could argue that the birth of morality could be founded in the internal fight between what is natural and what is not. With this internal fight came the precursors to the concept or philosophy of right or wrong. Thus, when we could not answer the question within ourselves, we found ways to justify the thoughts or actions that provoked the question in the first place. Opposing thoughts and perceptions justified their being by the label of [good or bad]. This process ultimately weakened us as a people and a species.
Ultimately we gave up with seeking the answers within ourselves, because the more labels we created the more power and mental power we gave away. This ultimately brought about the creation of a god and a devil, in essence, another counter part of or higher and lower self, or manifestation thereof. With their creation, we could blame all the worlds good and evil on expelled self projections of our duality. We simplified our thoughts and actions, and gave them a controlling, ruling presence and force in our lives. The consequence of that is a world now over ran by people hiding their abominating natures and who and what they are, Unable to maintain a good and healthy balance within their dual nature. God or good, and devil and evil dominate totally.
God was given more power than the devil, which is why good is god with an extra ‘o’. The devil is less then god so the ‘D’ is taken from the name symbolic with ‘D’escent, or ‘D’own leaving the word evil.
The symbolic nature of man is just as complex as is understanding of himself or misunderstanding of himself and all that is around, above, or under him. Man thinks he understands himself in a complex way, when truly he suffers from a complex misunderstanding. Such misunderstandings are the spirit and soul or heaven and hell, also right and wrong. We like to think we understand these concepts, but we don’t understand them any more then we understand what the dark matter in outer space is made of.
While many believe in a spirit or soul, I do not. It is possible however, that the mind retains its residual self image after transcendence up until the point that it learns to evolve past physical limitations, such as forms. The residual self image is nothing more than a mold of the physical container that the evolved state of energy, that is the mind was confined to, the tool we call the body. There is a reason we refer to our bodies and our brains as, ‘my body and my brain’, as if they were possessions. So, if they are possessions, who or what possesses them? Our minds use the body and the brain as an exoskeleton, or vehicle.
We are all forms of energy, both archaic and evolved. Which is why I can say that I am the universe, because I can from the substance that it is, everything in it is in me. ‘I am, that it is, I am’. Therefore in death I will return back to the essence, and once again be a part of and one with it.
In that respect I have come up with four deaths that we will all experience: 1; is the death of solitude- this death is conception, because prior to this, we are nothing but 23 chromosomes, However, Power born into power,[ 5+5=10] borne cipher or completion when the 23 become 46.
The second is the death of innocence- this connotes learning what is considered by others to be right or wrong. This is called death because our true nature is murdered, and our own mental growth and development is molded into another’s understanding rather than developing our own.
The third is, the death of the flesh- this is the end of our animal self and the vehicle we used to travel in this dimension.
The forth is probably the most important, because it is truly enlightenment, and that is the death of limitations- or to put in another way, evolving past the minds residual self image, of its former physical self. With this death the mind no longer sees, male, female aspects, nor are we constrained by the residual self image. We become what we are, and that is divine energy, where we make up the world and the universe.
When I first rejected the concept of a spirit or soul I did so because of the philosophies that religions had attached to them. Though I still do not except the notion of a spirit and soul, I do however believe that there origin lies with the mystery of the mind.
One must ask, ‘what is the difference between the mind, spirit, and soul?’ the reality is, there is none, because the spirit and soul are constructs of the mind. The soul is characterized as the heart, and deals with the conscious of a person, the emotions and feelings of a person. But to reiterate, the soul is a construct of the mind that has been associated with and reassigned to another organ of the body of vital importance. To end life quickly, one must destroy the heart or the brain. Subsequently, blood is life, and the brain is life. Blood carries oxygen to the brain. Emotions, increase blood flow, the force coming from the heart. However, the chemical processes that manifest our emotions, stem from the brain.
Respectively, the spirit is the part of that is said to be eternal and travel the dimensions of earth heaven and hell. It is said to be the core of whom and what we are, and retains some aspect of our physical self in regards to form. Though the spirit and soul are often characterized as the same and interchangeable, their characteristics are actually attributes of the mind.