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The plank in one's I (Sense of Self) projects itself as a splinter within the I of others. Let me explain how...

It is a well-established understanding that whatever one holds in mind subconsciously (Which often equates to unconsciously) one will one day hold in one's body and/or the body of the world right? This is as sure as night follows day. So then - what do you see when you look out upon world? Good or evil? What do you see when you look at this meme? Good or evil?

Many see evil and many good depending on their disposition. Their disposition is determined by the state of mind they hold and the amount of Light it contains. The more light one contains the more clearly one sees.

Those that see evil reinforce evil by giving it their attention - by holding said evil in their mind as true.

The enlightened see only good and hold that in their mind, which helps to negate the evil seen by others, for we live in a hive mind - a shared reality.

An example of the above words would be, seeing a man that kicks a dog. The one that sees evil sees a monster with no compassion and empathy for another living creature and so amplifies said evil in the world by virtue of holding this mindset.

The one that sees good, sees a man causing pain to another creature due to being in pain himself. Seeing beyond appearances, they see a Soul, misguided by life and the absence of light and love, so gives them some of their own.

In the first scenario, we throw the man in jail with what we deem other evil persons - to punish - and to keep all animals safe. The offender steeped in hate, judgment and punishment is released to offend again - in same darkness and despair as before, only amplified.

The second scenario, we also, put away the offender to keep society safe, but for the purpose of rehabilitation whereby light and love is offered as a way of healing and often does heal. Not always but in time, as we evolve as a species, I believe all crimes (Often mental health issues) can be healed, without a doubt.

“No man chooses evil because it is evil; he only mistakes it for happiness, the good he seeks.” - ― Mary Shelley

There is no such thing as evil in the same way there is no such thing as darkness. There is only the 'apparent' or appearance of Light and Love. An example of this, is when we enter a dark room. We do not take the dark out of it do we? No, we bring in the light and the darkness disappears into the nothing-ness it is. Likewise with a math sum that we cannot get right. We spend all day and night coming up in error. Then the next day we are given the right formula and lo & behold, the correct math sum is achieved. So, what happened to the error that stopped you from getting the sum right? Where did it go? It went nowhere because it did not exist, except in your mind. It was as much a non-power as darkness is.

Never forget - whatever you give your consciousness to, whatever you give your attention too - whatever you hold in mind (Whether it is true or false) you will give life too literally. Or at the very least, you delay, destroy or disfigure or completely block out, the natural flow of Light that shines through your being as the purity of Soul,

This is because the Subconscious serves both Mind Consciousness in front of it and Spiritual Consciousness behind it. If Mind Consciousness and Spiritual Consciousness have not merged as ONE through Present Moment Awareness, then the I Consciousness of Mind is like a branch cut off from the vine Aka the I of Spirit leaving us in an egoic mindset - leading to insanity.

The Ego sees two always in always. The Self-Realized see ONE only. They see beyond appearances to the true beauty you are and in doing so, give you the opportunity to see what they see. Likewise, the Ego, not being able to see at all, being blind it sees evil, causing you to believe there might be evil in you also. Evil begets evil and Light begets Light. Be careful what you hold in your mind. If you do not want to see evil in the world, then take the plank out of your own 'I".

Eventually, as we journey along the road less travelled, when the I of mind has risen up into the I of Spirit, one never sees duality - good & evil for if they did then that is what they create. They create a dualistic reality whereupon one day you have it and one day you don't - life -death, sickness - health, love etc.

In truth - in the final analysis, One only sees what one is in reality: Love, which cannot hold within itself within itself any evil, for love is fully present and never absent, and evil as we know is the absence of light or love.

So in the end, the I of Mind rises up into and as the I of Spirit.

"So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate.” - Matthew 19:6

And now we understand the other bible verse..

I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me. - Galatians 2:20-21 (Interpretation below)

I am crucified with Christ (The personal mind [I] dies through meditation and is left as the Buddha or Christ mind that is pure) : nevertheless I live (The I of Spirit); yet not I (The I of Mind), but Christ liveth in me (The I of mind has risen up and merged with the I of Soul): and the life which I (As Spirit) now live in the flesh I (As Mind) live by the faith (Claircogizance or Knowing or Intuition) of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me. (So we surrender our life and God - our true Self lives it for us as us).

*Note this page interprets the bible allegorically - as it is meant to be read.

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