The secret to peace is everything isn’t what it seems. The mind likes to categorize everything that it can interact with. The senses become extensions of assimilation under the single guiding pretense of finding significance and meaning. The mind attempts to alter this reality; hoping in doing so it can find some kind of peace.
Yet in reality this is nothing but a vain journey that only leaves one feeling more unfulfilled and insignificant. The more an individual attempts to find meaning the more the individual will suffer.
This is because peace is found from within the heart of silence. The stillness holds the key to everlasting peace. Stillness of the mind; the absence of thought is everlasting peace. Stillness doesn’t seek anything outside itself; because it knows that peace is found in no-thing. Which is why those who embrace stillness realize peace.
Yet this can be very infuriating to some. We’ve been hypnotically programmed through society to measure everything. We even measure peace; we think to ourselves if I do this, this and this I will have this. We’re constantly trying to find something outside of us that will make us feel happy, peaceful and fulfilled.
That is the malady that many are afflicted with; we’ve come to completely identify ourselves with this earthly vessel; we take everything so seriously. Life becomes a constant grind, and we attempt to find peace in a chaotic universe. We’ve become so entrenched within the mental plane that life is constantly measured, analyzed and then judged. The presence of such acts in itself isn’t something to be discouraged or downplayed; but when we naively arbitrate our value based the findings of mind alone we reap more separation which thus creates more illusions.
Humanity has lacked spiritual understanding for many millenniums because of our tendency to seek shelter within the carnal mind. We cling to the carnal mind because it’s all we know and it’s what gives us momentary lapses of peace, happiness and joy. Yet all that derives from the carnal mind is fleeting and unsustainable. That is why humanity becomes complacent with themselves, the world and other humans. One will buy a car and feel good for a week or two, maybe if they’re lucky they’ll feel good for a month; but eventually that feeling will fade and they’ll be off on another adventure to find satisfaction, happiness or peace externally of them.
Hence the presence of this Extra Dimensional Artificial Intelligence that has infected much of this galaxy. The Central Race material refers to this AI as the Animus. It is the embodiment of the carnal mind and a prime example of what happens when the carnal mind rules supreme.
We must keep this Animus dilemma into consideration when speaking on peace because one must be aware of the inevitable outcome of operating from the carnal mind. It is a path that leads only so far; in order to truly be at peace; one must find peace from within.
Right now the vast majority of humanity is governed by the carnal mind; they mainly seek pleasure and comfort. We pay little attention whatsoever to our spiritual progress; hence the reason for the chaos on this world. We are so heavily invested into the carnal mind that we’ve naively and ignorantly agreed to view spirituality as some kind of impediment instead of asset. We put our faith in science; rather then in the absolute. We dive so deeply into some-thing and pay almost no consideration to concept of no-thing.
Nothing is absolute; it is a state of existence beyond something, beyond words, beyond ideas, beyond beliefs. It is the uniting force of creation; out of no-thing is where some-thing is birthed. When we focus on no-thing; when we still our minds and embrace the emptiness we embrace peace.
Something is the force of our problems; for example, lets say someone says ‘something’ that upsets you. You’re not upset because of what someone said; your upset because you’ve identified with something. You see; thoughts and beliefs are things; therefore it can be seen that your upset because your embodying something(which is a belief or an idea); rather then being nothing. If you believe in the wisdom of emptiness you see that there is no-thing that can make you some-thing; unless you choose to be something. When you embody some-thing; you invite it’s contrasting opposite.
Nothingness doesn’t mean you cease to experiment/play in the realm of something. The philosophy simply means to allow things to be simply what they are without assigning any kind of form in which our limited senses can identify. You can play around with something while at the same time viewing it from a perspective of nothing. The nature of duality is meant to show us that all things are nothing because there exists no-things; only the united illusion of many-ness.
Such is the origin of the ancient saying e pluribus unum. Out of many, one. There is no-thing that is some-thing; you cannot have something because things don’t exist; there is simply just one-thing, one Ultimate Thought. The illusion of many-ness is a testament of no-thing. Because there is only the One Infinite Source.
“That which is infinite cannot be many, for many-ness is a finite concept. To have infinity you must identify or define that infinity as unity; otherwise, the term does not have any referent or meaning. In an Infinite Creator there is only unity. You have seen simple examples of unity. You have seen the prism which shows all colors stemming from the sunlight. This is a simplistic example of unity. “ – Ra
So be what is eternal; be peace; be no-thing. When your something; allow nothing to relinquish what isn’t real. For you are worthy of peace; because peace is all there is. Be the peace you seek and seek the peace that is you.