On December 3rd, 2004, Equinox was asked,
We have broken the mind down into levels, conscious,
subconscious, and on and on...
Yes, the Id, the Odyssey and everything else.
EQ: We don’t believe there’s an Odyssey.
Well, they haven’t found it yet. If we have…
EQ: She actually has a sense of humor.
If we have a subconscious or superconscious that is directing or has
an agenda that the conscious does not know about, they can be in
conflict many times in our lives. How do we put the two on the
same path so that our lives work better?
EQ: First of all this again is a construct, and it is a construct
that thee believe upon this planet. Is this not so?
Consequently, as long as thee believe this construct, thee then believe
thee have no access to these deeper realms of thought.
Correct? But has it not been proven over and over again by yogis
that there are no realms of thought that thee are not capable of
utilizing? So if thee believe that thee are being unconsciously
directed, then this again takes away from responsibility because thee
are doing things without realizing that thee are doing them or why they
are being done. Is this not so? What we would say we would
do is we would begin to observe, without judgement, our actions.
Observe it as though it is not us doing it, but someone else. And
in the observation, see the thread and begin to pull the thread until
the whole illusion unravels and thee can begin to be in charge.
Dost thou understand? There is no such thing as faulty
memory. There is no part of anything that thee have ever observed
that is not there, etched. That is like saying that when thy
computer loses a file it is unobtainable. Is it? Absolutely
not. Thee just forgot how to find it. Is this not so?
Thee don’t know how to access it, but it is always there. Thee
conveniently stop accessing information as an excuse for
behaviors. That is truth.
So if we do something, in the analysis of it we take responsibility
EQ: We would say don’t analyze it.
EQ: Look at it. When thee analyze it, then thee create more
thought. Does thought work? Action works. Is this not
so? So thee can spend forever analyzing why thee did this, how
did this throw this into this and cause this to happen this to happen
here and this is how - “Oh my. Because when I was two and a
half weeks old my mother forgot to breast feed me one day. I am
forever locked into an oral fixation.” Is this not so? Have
thee not heard this? This is a wondrous excuse. Yes,
perhaps thee were forgotten to be breast fed one day, and perhaps, at
that point, in that time there was some trauma to that infant.
Dost thou allow that infant trauma to go without being recognized and
then made big? Or do thee observe, not needing to know the why,
and say, “I have an oral fixation. Yummy! So how can I
satisfy it in a way in which I am taking my power rather than giving it
up?” Is this not so? Thee can say, “Ok. I have an
oral fixation. I can smoke.” Is this not so? “I can
suck my thumb. I can become conscious of it and say, `Hmmm, do I
really want to put something in my mouth right now or not?
Ok. I’ll suck on this stick. Or, I’ll wait until
later.`” But if thee believe that thee need to know the why, then
thee get stuck in the fixation, because thee are looking at the reason,
not creating the solution. Dost thou understand?
© 2004 Myama, Inc.