We create the worlds we want to live in. We do this by eliminating the energies that we don’t want around us, or at least by beginning to understand that we have a choice in the energies that we surround ourselves with.
No one forces us to have to keep energies around us except for our own consciences. Our consciences are the ones that fool us into certain beliefs and guilts about eliminating energies that we may have known for some time. They are the ones that feel bad for cutting others off, or feel the need to respond to letters from people that logically, and intuitively, don’t really give two fucks about us.
But, we must realize that these consciences we come equipped with are malleable, and that from birth we are whispered ideas into our ears; ideas that we come to know as the ultimate truths by the time we learn to speak; ideas that go on to control a large portion of our lives, if we allow them to. These ideas become like invisible electronic fences. These invisible electronic fences contain our consciences within the boundaries of the ideas that have been whispered into our ears since before we came out of our mothers wombs.
Now do you see how deeply embedded the programming you know is?
When we tell you to "free your mind”, we’re not just reciting words from some sci-fi flick that you may or may not have seen. No. We are telling you that the boundaries, limits, restrictions and rules, that your conscience has been taught and fenced-in by are all terribly archaic, fatally wrong, but still very alterable.
Human beings have the ability to change who they are by the minute. Who you are today is not who you can be tomorrow. Who you can be tomorrow can be so far off from where you will end up, but all the power of it lies within you, and all the changes start with removing barriers from your very own conscience.
Start today by eliminating an energy that you have wanted to be rid of for some time now, but always felt guilty about. It can be something as tiny as deleting a contact from your phonebook, or, unfollowing someone on Instagram or Twitter and even blocking them.
Make the changes instead of waiting for shit to just change on its own.
Cyrus Pavel. 2014