Nothing Opposes You Except Your Fear

Arc 1 - Text 5

There is no force of darkness, lack, separation, or judgement that originates outside of the one self because there is nothing that is not the one self. When met with this knowing, everything in existence is joyfully met as a meaningful reflection that enhances your perception of the one self and thereby all existence. This is the core experience that lies at the heart of all realities created through differentiation.

Fear and separation are one evolution of this core experience that allows for a being to imaginatively project ‘what is not’ onto ‘what is’ such that it may be experienced as if it were ‘what is’. This quality is created through unconsciousness which adds a new dimension of infinite possibility to the design of creation.

To choose to experience fear is to suppress information about what you wish to fear, such that you experience at least one quality of it as unknown. A fear-based idea is then creatively projected onto this unconsciousness, such that a negative meaning is attached to it. This judgmental belief causes you to experience it as both different and separate from what you are, and a sense of righteousness is felt (which then maintains the fear-based separation).

This means that anything that appears to be against you can only ever be the reflection of your own self-chosen fears. These can be identified by looking at your mental judgments and feelings of blame, victimhood, and righteousness.

To understand the one self—which is to understand yourself—is to know that there is no one else to blame because everything you experience is the product of your own creation. Your personal reality is the reflection of your personal application of the one will. To reject this idea is not only to deny what you are judging about the reflection before you, but is also to deny that the reflection you are being resistant to only exists because you (the one self) designed the human experience to be this way.

To oppose any quality of the human experience is to fearfully oppose the fearlessness of your own self-design.

Focus is the choice about what, out of everything in existence, you wish to be most aware of. Focus is the intended response of an individuated self to a differentiated environment. Fear is an extension of the act of focus that further evolves the perception of differentiation within a reality.

Fear inverts the positive-feeling desire to focus on what most excites you and turns it into a negative-feeling, fear-based desire to avoid whatever it is you identify as being most opposed to you. To separate something from you in this way requires you to suppress your knowing of connection by making that knowing unconsciousness. This then creates a space for something unknown upon which fear-based ideas can be projected. All such projections are reflections of a way in which you fear yourself.

For example, the fear of death is birthed through creating ignorance (unconsciousness) around death, thereby transforming it into a point of blindness (unknown) onto which a fear-based idea that death is a mistake is projected. The fact that we tend to fear death is evidence that we do not understand it. When seen clearly, death is understood to be no more than the self-chosen process that marks our desire to change form.

There is no external force. There is nothing to oppose the freedom of the one will except itself disguised within illusion.

The experience of opposition can only occur at the individuated level of perception as fear requires unconsciousness.

All experiences of opposition are created through the illusion of separation forming individuated selves that can then explore fearing each other through unconsciousness.

All that appears to oppose you is a reflection of your fears—which are your own unconsciousness—that you chose to experience within this life.

Story Waters