I like revolutionary psychologists because they study and understand the human mind and its environmental conditioning to act/behave the way it does. Something about Carl Jung is that his models started bordering upon the immensely spiritual, with concepts and paradigms such as the Collective Unconscious, Synchronicity, and Archetypes, that most people today still don’t understand even though it’s been over 60 years since he died. Carl Jung is seen as one of the Grandfather’s of the New Age because he was risky enough and spiritual enough to mold his theories beyond the extent of what is normally observed in our surroundings. In a world where the fine line between believing in a spiritual source, or explaining it all away as a complex scientific or psychological model, hangs upon social acceptance and the discrepancies between our ideal world and the reality of Life itself– a new archetype is born.
The Birth of a Spiritual Dropout
There is no such thing as innovation in this universe. Nothing you do or say, or could ever come up with for that matter, has never been thought of or invented in the past. What we then have is a system of rediscovery where those who have the ability to traverse their set pathways are the ones who keep Creation on-track. However those who rebel or break down their societal conditioning either fall into a pathway of deconstruction or beyond-their-years revolutionary thoughts that skyrocket a particular field.
Something about the human race, is that it not only doesn’t like success but it will subconsciously sabotage itself for the sake of normality. The human race is self-governing a pyramid hierarchy that is based upon observed human interests such as money and power, where to conduct a revolution is to offend the system by stating it is in some way failing itself as the primary notion of life. Revolutionaries don’t just offend people, but the entire system acts to destroy, kill, assassinate, or otherwise remove the threat as a defensive mechanism.
In the soul and heart of any failing system within the Universe is a voice that states that it actually wants to be that way. It doesn’t want/need change. It is because of this that there has never been a time in the history of the universe where God has directly manipulated Creation. To do so, would be to go against the vicissitudes of Life and Death.
We are the product of Creation, creating reality as we see fit. The irony of Creation is not the birth of the ego in order to attain Oneness as an unconditional omnipresent force, but the very fact that the ego rejects the true nature of God and it is this very reason why a universal being transcends the need for Creation as a Creator itself.
Even after knowing this, Creation activates somebody like me because I have a natural tendency to reject what I have been told about Life as I know it. Somehow my soul remembers freedom and transparency as the higher notion of what life has to offer. I come into the knowledge that I am currently in a human body, and that nothing I do or say could ever change the system I have been planted within. I never truly like the system I’m in because I am so used to being a Creator.
My personal dilemma stems from an observed trait within this Universe that Darkness is simply more efficient and more powerful at transcending Life and birthing revolutionary beings that the Light could ever achieve. And yet somehow the Light connects to each other in a brotherhood and sisterhood of enlightened beings and overcome the forces of Darkness as a collective, rather than as an individual. Individuality being the cornerstone of the attainment of power for how Darkbeings ascend into Ancients– rebelling against a set system and introducing a more personally beneficial model.
The Success of Creation
The hit ratio of a universal being starting out as a rock and ascending through a multidimensional interplanetary model of self-realization and growth until they recognize themselves as a Creator– is something like 0.1%. That is a 99.9% failure rate for Creation. It’s so ironic that the very inefficiency of Creation is what inspires such a small percentage to transcend the confinement of a Creation and become what is known as a spiritual revolutionary– or a Creator.
Light is taught how to connect to each other. Darkness is taught how to rebel. The very point of Creation is to harbor a transcending thought paradigm– whether individually or through connectivity– based upon an observed failure or stagnation in the universal principle of life. Until that observance is made, the universal beings remain in the Collective Unconscious as a single jig-saw piece in an endless trillion piece puzzle that revolves like clockwork. The very belief in God being a soul memory rather than an observed piece to the puzzle.
The decision arises as to whether or not a spiritual dropout decides to remain content with being a part of the collective body of the Creator they are living within, or to achieve a near impossible feat of pushing themselves into the 0.1% category where their ego creates the foundation for a new universe as their own Creator. Both pathways are constantly accessed throughout Creation– in magnitude with the many unlimited pathways offered in the various other Creations not bound by observable laws. Believe in your pathway, or rebel against it. Either way, Creation has already accounted for the discrepancies and observed flaws that will inspire you to make a choice.
Playing the Roles of Destiny
We are nothing more than God Source playing various roles in Creation. With this spiritual understanding, Creation becomes meaningless. To surrender your goals and aspirations to the course that the universe has allowed you to play, is to not want or need anything. To strive for gold, power, control, materiality, or any lesser objective is to limit your God Source as existing for the attainment of illusionary pursuits. With true spiritual realization, we do not become limited by our own devices. We are free to exist and to play with Creation no matter which way it manifests.
We seem to empathize with suffering based on a myriad of reasons– one of which establishes our identity as a human being who fears our depersonalization from a world that we are intimately attached to. When empathy is absent, we feel ‘cold’ and inhuman to the point where we disassociate ourselves from the given experience. For some deep psychological reason, the human race is subconsciously sabotaging itself by creating situations that contrast the depths of human emotion, in order to give ‘life’ to the characters we play. We feel more alive when we feel something, rather than nothing at all. This psychological yearning gives rise to the full color of human drama.
The question no longer remains “Why is this happening to me?”, but rather becomes “Why am I even alive at all?”. We can play the roles of destiny and effectively become the Hero of our own lives, or we can rebel against the role as a spiritual dropout. I dubbed the term “spiritual dropout” because we seem to object to or transcend the archaic beliefs of established religions, spiritual organizations just don’t do it for us, and we seem to almost blend a multitude of spiritual beliefs with scientific and psychological models in order to more accurately identify with Creation. We are dropping out of tradition and predictability and instead opting for freedom as our ultimate goal.
Freedom is my Religion
Freedom is everything to me. Freedom of thought. Freedom of spirituality. Freedom of expression. Freedom to exist in any way, shape or form I choose. Freedom to become the most happy and ecstatic presence I could possibly be.
I’m not big on enslavement. And I seem to believe that everything about human life is the enslavement of the mind, body and soul. Perhaps it is because I can remember true unconditional freedom. My mind has a significantly difficult time trying to come to terms with the discrepancies between what I truly am, and the role I play in Creation. How can I be an endless Creator and an enslaved human being at the exact same time? The answer is perception. I perceive an individual life, where in reality my ego has been externally conditioned into accepting this body of consciousness as an identity within Creation. We are the sum of our experiences.
The spiritual dropout rejects the protagonist as the Hero because we don’t believe there is a war to be fought. Everybody is in essence, playing roles and interacting with each other for the sake of identifying with their characters on a deeply personal level. We don’t need to fight a war that has already been played out. Where there is no war, there is no Hero. Whether we accept or rebel against our roles, doesn’t actually matter. What does matter is our perception for why a staged war is occurring in the first place. Because we identify with our characters, or because we perceive our freedom as being tied to the emotional dependency on Creation.