When I started blogging I found a gap between what I wanted to say and what I felt I could say. In essence the masks we wear govern our every day. There is freedom in being anonymous, but there is also cost. The goal of the blogger is to drive readership. When one falls lonely on their words they must have impact. It would be easy to link to friends through Facebook and Twitter. To do this there is a sense of standing naked before your real world. This real world person keeps us bound within mores ans standards. So here in lies the dilemma. Be free with words and trust them to influence ,or expand with courage, and let the real world see you.
Our real world being is in essence a shadow of our real self that exists somewhere in the in between.
So staying anonymous allows one to truly reflect. Find your resonance and bring your message unto it. Then success will follow.
Just yesterday I came into the realization of what anonymous was. It has always been with us. The driving force of change. The will of the people that comes through as the ONE. When we start to feel helpless and lost, the way is shown. It has always been that way.
If you hang onto the temporal it will bind you. If it flows freely though you it will come. We are just visitors here for a short time. Open by letting go. Let the glory be thine.
This idea that grows is being powered by an energy. Now that we have been given freely a glimpse we see our better selves. This we hold onto, this unites us.
To bring the conscious mind into the dream state, is the sign of an initiate.
But to bring the sub-conscious mind into the waking life, is the sign of a master.
I have been a christian my whole life and on my own terms. It has freed me as I see the eternal within. What angers me is many christian establishments that would defy reason in the name of their faith. They see this hierarchy and right to interpretation as some right. They see not the universality of Jesus Christ, as truth is ignored in the name of the majority one finds themselves swept into a wave of control. Look at Europe and the empty churches to get a glimpse of the future. Every individual has the right to discernment and the right to question. A church is about the people and not the structure. Our need and right for worship is being misused. I say keep questioning and one will see. The voice of god is manna from heaven as man does not live by bread alone.
Ages ago the gnosis movement was the most powerful threat to the church. It is now reestablishing it’s momentum and the voices hidden away are now being heard.
The age of revelation is returning. How did they dare ever say revelation is dead? God speaks in every moment.
We need to find the universality of God that starts in the truth of the figure Jesus Christ.