“Oh my God… he said. By saying that, unwillingly he was calling the Devil.”
How do I know if Life will take “me” through a “bad” experience?
In Life there is no “good” or “bad” but just something is necessary as it is.
It is “your” perception of what is happening what makes something “good” or “bad” based on what we believe to be “good” for us.
“ Yeah…but if I degrade “myself” …..”
That is the opportunity to go up, to elevate yourself.
A “Bad” experience will turn into “Good.” A “good” one into “bad.” That is the world in the perception of duality.
“So what is the point, if “I” am trapped in duality?”
To free yourself through the experience of non-duality just to experience duality again. To go beyond “good” and “bad” and be like the “gods” just to be a mere “mortal” again. Different experiences.
To label an action as “good” or “bad” is to fail to recognize that opposites complement each other.
God cannot exist without the Devil. They are inseparable. They are One, not two.
If you recognize something as “devilish,” then in your consciousness, God must exist as well.
Some call the “devil” as “maya” (illusion.) Thus, the duality of illusion and reality (God) has been created.
Reality exists because there is illusion. The illusion of some, is the reality of others. Those who are in “illusion” will move into “reality.” Those who are in “reality” into “illusion.”
“What about those who think to live in reality and righteousness and try to hold on to it?”
That is to be in delusion.
Why deny, reject one side of duality if the trip is to get there?
Why label something as “bad” by rejecting it, if that will be part of our experience sooner or later?
“Ehem… There is no proof that I will experience that which I reject…”
If there is an “I” there is something which “you” reject. If there is rejection, there is suffering. The proof is in your own experience.
“Wait a minute. Are you saying that to do something “wrong” to someone is “good”?
No. I am saying that it is neither “good” nor “bad” but there are consequences; which are neither “good” nor “bad” but those consequences will create further changes in the one who had the experience. In Oneness, what you do to others, you do it to yourself. If we don’t see the relationship now, we will see it later.
Life is about change of consciousness and not about human moral standards based on a particular consciousness.
Someone may misinterpret the above and believe his actions to be beyond “good and evil.”
Someone may misinterpret the above and believe to be living beyond “good and evil” by escaping from the consequences, by not getting caught.
Nevertheless, that misinterpretation will be “good” for them, for they will have the experience of the consequences in their own flesh and through that, these individuals will stop interpreting someone else’s words.
“That is a costly lesson indeed.”
For who? For you or for the one who interpreted?
In “spirituality” the interpretation of someone’s words is dishonest. The honest thing is to recognize the words of others in your own experience if you have gone through it. If you haven’t, just drop those words and find something that you could perceive as your own experience. Acknowledge the level of your consciousness, your limit at that time.
In “spirituality” what you read or the information that you get is not meant to teach you something. It cannot teach you anything. It is only meant for you to recognize what you already know through Life experiences.
To go beyond “good and evil” means to have experienced what is “good” and what is “evil.” It is through that experience how we could understand what is beyond. Those experiences may take many life times. It is the eternal journey. Everyone is in a different point in that journey, therefore; respect everyone’s path, for sooner or later, it will change.
What we have learned in the “Office world” or through human laws and beliefs does not necessarily apply to Life. An aware individual does not reject our society to embrace Life, but he is aware that society is part of Life.
An aware individual will integrate experiences rather than separate them through the limited powers of thought, analysis and logic.