I did say I was going to be quiet for a while. But I’m far too concerned by what I’m seeing right now. People more than ever are starting to question the nature of reality and the idea that human beings are just spirits inhabiting fleshy shells. And that matter isn’t really solid at all! Great! And not only that ,but people have started to figure out ways of reshaping it. Or so they think. Also, this is a discourse on the matter and for the purposes of this discussion we are assuming they are correct.
Great, right? Oh, and don’t forget! You can now feel free to do whatever the hell you want with your life! No morals, no consequences, no anything! (karma isn’t even considered. Ps: that is another reason my kind are shut-ins. minimises karmic entanglements.)
Woa woa woa. Hold your horses people. So let me give you some context. I’m transgendered. I’m attempting to alter my body so it is more female by altering reality. I’m currently about a week into seriously attempting this. how that works is not relevant right now. What is relevant is that people are abusing the creative power for childish ends. (I will give examples later) I have chosen with the utmost care and discernment of what I am in my soul rather than what I wish to be. I could get blue eyes. I could get straight hair. (both are acceptable but I frown on them) I could grow bunny ears. And it would be abusing the creative power. A perversion.
Say, Does anyone remember the age-old agade of “be careful what you wish for because it might come true?” I would be incredibly suspicious it has been filtered through the ages from those who practiced reality altering magic. Are you familiar with the tale of king midas?
He gets his wish granted. It was possible. Everything he touched turned into gold. his daughter, his food, everything! But was it wise? That is the question. I believe a movie has a line that goes something like this: “You were so focused on whether or not you could, you didn’t stop and consider whether you should.”
And of course don’t forget the sappy line from every spider man related thing ever: “With great power, comes great responsibility.” But it doesn’t come from spider man or his creator. It is much older than that. It is a thought-form. These days they go by the name of ‘memes’ If I am not mistaken.
Is that enough for the introduction? who knows? I guess there is only one simply question I have to ask: Is it okay to just run rampant with such knowledge without any regard for the consequences? And who is responsible? The people enabling it or those using it? Where does the blame lie? Magic has always had rules. White magic, black magic, you name it, there is a word for it.
Each term like sorcerer or mage and the like has a different meaning. I like to stay in my own little world and leave people alone. That is my nature. I could care less. Yet I feel impelled to speak. So if we really are spiritual beings living in some sort of hologram, why is it that so many are so infatuated with it?
Some of these reality altering concoctions are for making you look like a certain celebrity, or looking like an anime character, or Growing cat ears, becoming a werewolf, growing wings, and other such nonsense. Why do I call it nonsense? Because it does not refect the soul of the individual. it reflects the world and attachment to a certain idea. And to me such a power should be used to enable your inner being to be mirrored in your physical form. Not for silly teenage whims about wanting green eyes or any other strange thing. And what happens when these obsessions pass and they are stuck with it? I have the utmost respect for those who have allowed me to do what I am attempting to do. They are not at fault. But this is not wise.
This doesn’t only apply to this particular field of reality altering either. Other things like manifesting abundance via affirmations which frankly is selfish and unwise. Yet another line from popular culture comes to mind (which no doubt also has real roots also) “Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost. That is Alchemy’s First Law of Equivalent Exchange.”
So when you wish for abundance, you may well be taking it away from someone else (it is very likely). are you okay with that? After all, money in this flawed system flows like water. bring it downstream and somewhere else there is a drought.
Every work of fiction reflects the collective mind. Some supposed fiction tells earth’s history better than any historian. the truth seeps out in strange ways. This is one such example. And I must apologise If this is heavy reading on your part.
Written language is not my first choice of language. But it sure beats talking. but they are both prone to misunderstanding and other annoyances. Just remember If you think I insulted you I probably didn’t intend it to come across that way. I’m actually really nice in person. I just give the wrong impression sometimes.