The Word is not That

As human beings, I sense that our commonality of experience can be summed up as a deeply suppressed sense that something is dreadfully wrong about this existence. I think this “sense” hovers in a part of our mind that we’ve mostly forgotten to recognize, but sometimes, for some of us; it awakens and shows itself again.

But I am not referring to the “something wrong” that takes the form of the ego’s compulsion to desire something other than what is actually happening in the moment. It’s actually something deeper than that superficial desire to control the outcome of our actions, and deeper than the realization that we actually cannot control the seen and unseen consequences of our actions.

I am referring to a deep inner knowledge that this existence we consciously perceive is constructed on a foundation of complete insanity. I am referring to an innate recognition of an overbearing “untruth” about this realm of existence regardless of your world view and your social/psychological/emotional indoctrination.

The very realization of one’s existence, the moment we are consciously aware of being a living being, it is the “birth” of a miraculous individual lifeform, and the lifeform’s individuality is an instinctual right to be unique and free to BE as it was created to BE. Of course, we don’t know what the lifeform was “created to BE” but we do know that IT exists. I AM is the only utterance close to truth.

Every single being that can say I AM was “created to BE” and each individual lifeform exists with the same instinctual right to be unique and free to be as it was created to BE.
At least this is a simple idea we can ALL agree upon.

The word “Natural” seems appropriate here.

Our natural inherent instinctual right is to be what we naturally are.

But not knowing what we actually are resulted in the creation of some insane beliefs to hide that deep sense that something is dreadfully wrong.

Believing in the idea that an authority outside us and above us is required to rule our actions has created and enabled the insanity of such things as slavery, political cabals/government, creation of financial debt, legalized violence/war, power by force, legalized theft/taxation, formalized religion).

You do not need an outside authority to govern your actions unless you have been conditioned to believe that you do. You were created with the innate ability to discern Ahimsa (no harm).

This innate ability has been conditioned out of us through our continued belief and agreement to abide in a state of being that is NOT free.

As Liz Cronkhite describes it (I’m paraphrasing), “the moment the idea of NOT GOD entered the One Mind, it was undone.” But in Time it appears to be happening again and again and again. So we are experiencing NOT GOD in Time, which is possible because of Infinite Potential, but NOT True.

The perpetual human condition of slavery is ever so present in our continued belief and acceptance of present day “masters” (political leaders/government, money/ debt creation, power to control others by force, and legally accepted violence in all forms. (Violence means murder, not self-defense)

True Anarchy is the natural and free state of being.

Anarchy does NOT mean without rules, without order; it does NOT mean chaos and disorder, it does NOT mean no laws.

It is translated as Without (an) Masters (archon).

No masters meaning no slaves.

Krishnamurti’s expression here is way better than my feeble attempt:

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