We cannot know what is out of sight, what is invisible, with our intellect! How often do we say the phrase ‘out of sight, out of mind?’ This breeds fear and clinging to what (we think) we ‘know.’

A child of the developed world cries when its parent leaves the room or covers its eyes with a blanket.  It truly believes that their source of food and love has been removed, forever.  Humans are conditioned to incarcerate themselves with their feet firmly in the visible, in the realm of evidence and proof, in measuring and assessing, slashing their way through the jungles of scrutiny and speculation. But this is all pointless and absurd.

There is so much more if we choose not to incarcerate ourselves.

The most important thing of all to build into our choices of how to be in human life is that our insides and our outsides are congruent, are harmonized, are mirror reflections of each other.  Most of the time, others cannot see inside us: they only have the presenting visible form to relate to.  All external changes come from inside, and not the reverse contrary to popular belief.

We have to create the inner revolution: we cannot be passive or else we may be deluded by some imagining or fancy. We have to actually uncover our true undistorted nature for ourselves and then live it! Then and only then there will be complete balanced congruence, and inside and outside become One. There will no longer be 2.

A Buddha, a Mahavir, a Jesus, a Mohammed are enlightened, are liberated.  We can see and admire the proof in their beautiful posture, their glow, the bright light of their gentle and compassionate power.  This ‘appearance’ is only possible after inner resolution.  They are not transformed from outside.

This seeming ‘magic’ is only possible if you choose inner revolution. Then you can live in complete honesty, and like the human models, you will relate to everyone and everything you encounter equally free of conditions.

Your personal inner revolution, created by uncovering your True Divine Nature, is the only way to create the outer revolution of universal compassion. 

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