Conscious Confidence

As you start to awaken (after the first shock of understanding that things are rarely as they appear to be or how you believed them to be) a sense of calm washes over you and you begin to build a conscious confidence which is not dependent on external validation.

Prior to your awakening you had the need to feel deserving enough to be accepted by peers, hoped you could be worthy enough to have value and had a strong desire to prove to yourself and others that you were worth tolerating through personal achievement of some kind.

You long to feel loved, and so you long to hear the words, “I love you,” from anyone because you can’t seem to find the vast ocean of love which resides within you as it has been hidden from the view of your conscious mind by the very principalities, powers, and people you desired to receive love from.

You attach certain expectations and outcomes to your associations with others, your thoughts, and actions, and are disappointed when things do not work out the way you had intended them to. No wonder it’s so hard to feel self-confident or find any peace of mind amidst such a journey.

If things appear to not be going well, and your attention is drawn to what’s not going right in your life, or the world and your feelings reflect this state of unwellness. You feel bad as your energy begins to drain, your attitude declines, and so does your immune system.

As you awaken, you discover your divinity. You begin to understand you’re coming to this planet was accompanied with a greater calling than just being good, doing what you’re told, paying bills, trying to survive the best you can on what little you have for retirement, and find freedom in the idea of death.

You become aware of the layers of social engineering which is the biggest, and most covered up, conspiracy of all, which has kept the human race beat down, limited, and unable to grasp the idea that you were entitled to a better life, your best life, leading to a bright future, with all the self-confidence, love and joy you could imagine surrounding you, and you can find it wherever you look.

Of course, it’s hard to see at first because you’ve been socially programmed for a sense of unworthiness. Your parents judged you as being either good or bad based on their pre-programmed assessment. You were unjustly accused and judged by the people you loved, trusted, and thought had your best interests at heart.

Then, you went to school, where you learned that the value of a person was based on their ability to fall in line, to think and respond as expected. You learned that people were judged based on their performance. Good students (or people) were “A students.” C students were average (complacent), and students who got Ds and Fs were degenerates and failures.

And on it goes, as we are programmed to fear never being good enough, as this thought system is strengthened and promoted throughout your life.

Once you are able to let go of your attachment to all these layers of programming, a sense of calm well-being begins to rise from within as you realize you are a child of God, with all the rights and privileges that come with being royalty.

As you do the work of uncovering the false beliefs, fear, and negative feelings associated with the patterns of abusive scenarios which were associated with your social programming, feelings of wellness, happiness, and love begin to bubble up that were always there, replacing feelings of any sense of undeservedness, inadequacy, unjustness, or lack.

You step into a state of being which is self-aware and confident that a brighter future is waiting for you, and indeed it is.

Once the veil is lifted, you can see that you were imprisoned by the idea that your life was “normal,” that your lot in life was to struggle, stress, strain, and sacrifice until you simply cease to be.

From outside the prison walls, you can see that the prison was an illusion, and what you thought were silly, nonsensical ideas, were actually the urging of the holy spirit to let your higher-self emerge and live the life which has always been your birthright.

From here, the most amazing and exciting life lays before you.

Social Prison of the Mind

If you know someone who is comfortable inside the box dictated by our socially engineered lives, after you have spent some time in exploration outside the box, sharing your ideas, feelings, and data obtained outside with someone inside, this conversation can be difficult at best.

Society imprisons us by structural cages of thought which are more effective high levels of containment than any bars of any cell in any prison. When you put a prisoner behind bars, he or she longs for the life which exists on the other side of the bars.

How more effective would it be if you could make the prisoner believe that life on the other side of the bars would cause him or her to burst into flames and experience painful longsuffering death. If you could do this, then managing prisoners could be very easy. If effectively administered, with this level of fear, you would not even need bars at all.

You could paint a line on the floor and condition a prisoner to believe that crossing the line will cause him to burst into painful flame. Just in case the prison thinks there is the potential of a greater life on the other side of the line, all you have to do is to show him a dancing flame with a soundbite of agonized screaming, and the fear is reignited. The prisoner rejects the thought of life on the other side of the line.

After a while, you can even eliminate the line as a boundary, because the prisoner knows anything “over there” is flaming pain and death.

While this may sound ridiculous on the surface, this is the life that peoples of the world live in the prisons of their minds every minute of every day.

Social engineering constructs the invisible cells of our minds which are the highest level of containment, reinforced by fear. To keep you from thinking outside the cell or box, the boundaries of the perimeters are shown a dancing and screaming flame on the television, or via some other media, to keep us afraid of thinking outside the box.

There are so many sequential layers of the fear. Fear of not being accepted or loved. Fear of not being clothed, fed, or a roof over your head. Fear of pain or being punished. Fear of being prevented from having the experiences you desire.

Speaking of desire, even what you want can be dictated by the social engineers. How impressive is that?

There are socially-engineered acceptable methods of getting what you want. Any method of attaining those things which you desire outside the commonly held view of what is acceptable is confusing or rejected by those who safely reside inside the social prison.

Some methods will be punished by law, and others are disregarded as freak accidents, such as being hit by lightning or winning the lottery.

Acceptable methods would include, going to school, followed by secondary education, working very hard in a professional trade for which you have paid to be trained, and keeping one’s self focused on the things you desire, in a high level of debt, while maintaining a reasonable credit score.

This is the society of consumers which has been socially engineered.

Managing a consumer’s indebtedness can be a difficult balancing act, so there has been a mechanism initiated by the engineers whereby if a consumer has gotten out of control, every once and a while, an indebted consumer can start the cycle over again by filing bankruptcy, because having a hoard of active consumers is far more critical to the operation of the social machine than actually paying one’s debts.

Yet, every now and then, someone gets a glimpse of life outside the box.

Even though it is frightening, more and more of us, are questioning the socially-engineered prisons of our minds and daring to explore life outside the box.

The Division Division

Straight from the Department of Redundancy Department comes the Division Division of the Society Engineering Society. The Division Division’s sole purpose is to flood society with as many opposing points of view as possible to keep us as divided as possible.

Some of the ideas which are suggested are absurd and strange. In any case, these ideas are embraced by a few, who gather a few more, creating yet another group of thought, or believers. The more society is fractionated, the easier it is to manage.

The Division Division is a covert operation which operates hidden beneath the cloak of invisibility, yet it employs thought generators who are constantly seeding society with a wide variety of thought patterns which are designed to interrupt our rational thought processes and distract us from any intention of seeing ourselves as a single global community.

Not unlike managing a prison

Encouraging separation factions in the prison environment allows the simple care and management of many prisoners at once. Allowing the general prison population to create and maintain separate factions makes managing them easier. The more separate groups, the better. Gangs are the perfect separators.

These separation factions help keep the attention of the particular groups on their opposing group, their enemy. This sleight of hand gesture of the Division Division has successfully taken the focus off of what would normally be thought of as the enemy (the prison guards and the establishment which put them there) and focused their angst against groups inside the prison, one against the other, in opposition, for the sake of survival.

In this manner, the prison is able to manage a larger prison population at less expense with far fewer staff members. For if the prisoners were left to themselves to join together in one accord, they could not be retrained or contained.

This does happen occasionally, when the prison population agrees among themselves, on an inalienable topic, where they join together regardless of their separate factions, resulting in a riot.

This is why the prison’s Society Engineering Society tries to maintain a certain degree of acceptable comfort and status quo, so as not to allow lack or abuse (above that which has become “acceptable” over time) overpower the hatred of other factions within the prison population.

Beyond the Walls (more walls)

Likewise, the USA (and the world on a larger scale) operates a similar prison-style approach to managing the population. As long as they can keep us separated by as many schools of thought as possible, and emotionally-charged about what we “believe” then they have succeeded.

If we are satisfied with being able to maintain an acceptable lifestyle, not too bad (what we’ve been programmed to deem acceptable over time), such as get a job, work hard, have a place to live, drive a car, have a phone, TV, internet, maybe someone to spend our time with (maybe split expenses with), then it’s all good.

Because, if things get too bad, we will riot, too. In this case, we call it a revolution, but even on this scale, our revolt promotes more separation (damn, they win again).

Not too much time to think about raising the bar, living a better life (possibly your best life) and making the world a better place because “your world” is not that bad. Sure, there are worse things going on in the world, there’s no shortage of those, and even these atrocities are food for separation and division amongst your fellow man, are they not?

Ah, the engineers are hard at work, giving us plenty of reasons to be divided. There is no level to how far they will stoop to distract us from what’s really going on and they’re using education, pharmaceuticals, and technology among other tools at their disposal to their full advantage to separate us even more.

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, the Division Division of the Society Engineering Society has a device implanted in your brain that has a direct line to their master computer, and it’s manipulating you for their benefit; it’s called your ego. While some of your ego does belong to you, a good portion of it is controlled by them (that is, unless you do something about it, to cut the cord).

As long as there are people that you cannot be friends with, they have succeeded in accomplishing their goal.

What’s really going on?