Politically Correct Gender Preferences vs Making the Unconscious-Conscious

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This meme completely misses the bigger picture, and keeps people small and disempowered: The notion that because we were born with a particular sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or mental illness, that we have no choice over such experiences, is a very limited perspective of the overall issue, more politically correct than actually correct. The only choice in the list above that really is out of our control in this material reality is our race of origin. […] Read more »

Nature, Nurture, and Our Three Minds

The Tree & the Three Minds

Is it nature or nurture that contributes most to who we are when we grow up?  Let’s explore this debate from a unity consciousness perspective… “Nature versus nurture” is a psychology term related to whether heredity or the environment most impacts human psychological development (behavior, habits, intelligence, personality, sexuality, aggressive tendencies, and so on).~Google This is typical dualistic thinking, where an either/or option is presented, however, in reality it is actually nature AND nurture that […] Read more »

Cock in a Sock “Awareness”

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Who has noticed the “awareness” kick that is across social media as of late? It started years ago with things like “breast cancer awareness”, and others like it, where people get together to support a movement to bring so-called “awareness” and money to a cause. This helps people to assuage their guilt and shame ridden lives, but does it actually do anything of benefit for the supposed issue? If anything, it is a huge pile […] Read more »

No Longer a Need for Beliefs When…

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Behavior is the product of beliefs, which are unconscious patterns of relating to Self and others. When a person is fully conscious and understands why they behave and relate as they do, they no longer have beliefs; for them, the unconscious has become conscious. ~Nathan & Aline Read more »