Two Polarities of Belief
Master Charles Cannon
Beliefs are the content of consciousness and the foundation of the experience that humans define as reality. Most life experience is illusory, not real. Until we realize this fact and discover how we created the dream we live, we believe the definitions that others have presented to us as true. But agreement in illusion does not make it true.
If we keep investing in the dream, we move away from what is real, what is truth. We become mired in our stories about who we are and what life is.
We’re not experiencing true reality. We are, in truth, overlaying our definition of who we are and what life is onto true reality, thus creating a virtual reality in the mind, which we project onto others. We believe this dream and think that everyone subscribes to the same dream. When we awaken, we begin to dismantle the virtual reality and see that it’s all just stories, projections of our own enculturated data.
There are two polarities of belief, negative as in illusory life-negative data or positive as in truthful life-affirmative data. Both are limitations in Being. All life experience, or the Becoming of Being, is limitation in Being, form in relation to formlessness. We cannot jump from illusion into truth and then into truthful Being overnight. T
he progression is to recognize that you are, first and foremost, predominantly limited in illusory thoughts and beliefs. Then grab the reigns of it and direct it to the life-affirmative and truthful data. Become a writer of nonfiction instead of fiction. Once you substantiate a truthful content identity, then you can relinquish it completely into essence, or formless being.
It is a progression. All content is a limitation and illusory content is extreme limitation. Who are you before you started dreaming? Who are you without your stories?