In studying the
creation process, we find that are a creation and we create by
how and what we think and believe. Our being, at any level has been
created by the limits and barriers that we have have created for
ourselves. Whether we created them consciously or subconsciously,
voluntarily or involuntary by how you were raised and experienced
early life, we nevertheless created them. They in turn, become a
part of our identity and some of them will in fact be our identity.
For example, whenever an individual gets married in any culture,
they impose a limit and barrier on who and what they are and what
they can and can’t do by what it means to be married in that
culture. But being married also creates an identify for you within
that society of being the significant other of another within the
socially sanctions laws or customs.
When ever we move pass these limits, and/or attempt to remove these
limits, there is the possibility we will feel pain in some way. The
pain arises from the fact that we are harming, or potentially
harming, the creation we have created. To separate yourself from a
marriage and the identity it created can be very painful for some
but very liberating for another. What is the difference. Quite
simply it had to deal with the level of attachment to that limit or
barrier on one’s actions or ability to act.
Whether we are evolving and growing in a normal sequence of life, or
we are trying to accomplish great feats, create magic, become a
Buddha and spiritually enlightened, or simply trying to create a
healthy and strong being, we will have to push past our existing
limits or stretch them to meet the new creation. When we face such
circumstances, much like with exercising the body to develop our
muscles, we can establish a regiment and structured program to move
into any aspect of being, at any level, that we wish to strengthen
or create. In working in a structured program, we build up the
strength and ability to move past our existing limits in a relative
painless way. The structured program can be one created by us or by
another who understands what we desire to create and creates one
specifically for us.
The “no pain, no gain” philosophy is not necessary for developing a
strong body and being, developing our creative power and ability,
and/or to create a new creation. As with muscles, if one routinely
exercises the particular “muscle groups” and abilities in a
systematic fashion going a little beyond one’s self each time, one
slowly developed the muscle tone. Similarly we can developed the
ability to move pass who we think they are and how we constructed
ourselves to be in a relative painless way. That is we can recreate
ourselves and our life in a relatively painless way. The only
question is then “What “creative muscle groups,” that is what
particular creative abilities do we need to exercise for what we
wish to create.
It is to be noted that trust in oneself and the universe is an
ability that must be develop. With our creative endeavors, pain may
occur at a location different than it source. That is we may stumble
across things to which we are attached have no conscious awareness
that we are attached. But we must trust ourselves and the universe
that we can use the pain to find the attachment. Pain be a
vehicle for enlightenment and awareness and it can be used to
find our attachments.
Similarly, pain will be felt when we expand beyond ourselves but we
are not allowing ourselves to grow. We can use that fact to find
were are attached to our ego identity. It needs to be realized there
is nothing wrong with ego and there is no need to transcend the ego.
The ego is simply a vehicle our consciousness uses to experience
creation. It is completely malleable if we allow it to be. The issue
arises when we become attached to the ego or some attribute or
characteristic of the ego. In this case, the attachment holds us
back and causes pain just an any other attachment.
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