Do Not Be Fooled By Life's Illusions
They are Only Illusions
The idea that life's struggles, no matter how imposing they might appear to be, are merely illusions is not a new one, but the channeled spiritual writings below, in the form of lessons about life and spirituality, explain it in a way that might help enhance our understanding of the concept and allow us to shift our responses from anger or frustration to patience or even enjoyment.
The analogies used in the writings help to clarify concepts that can be difficult to comprehend, and the comparisons of life's illusions to a magic show or a thrill ride at an amusement park are particularly interesting.
Life's False Reality
The disorder that you and every other human experience to one extent or another as part of this life is a false reality. It is created by the conscious mind when it is out of touch with its true essence. These experiences, which cause fear, anger, worry, mistrust, uncertainty, feelings of lack or inadequacy, etc., are only illusions. They are smokescreens that keep you from seeing and experiencing your good.
Enjoy the Adventure
Enjoy this adventure in the physical world. It is a gift to enjoy - not a struggle to endure. If you can center your consciousness in the truth of your being - in your true reality/identity - you can then see your earth life for what it is. It is an enjoyable diversion, a lesson in truth, a challenge for future growth. See it as such in the context of your true identity and it will be much easier for you to reject the temptation to latch onto the illusions of the world and give them power over you.
The Ultimate Magic Show
Your view of a magician's tricks is an appropriate analogy. If you compare your existence in the physical world and your understanding of it in your conscious mind to your true identity in the universe and your new acceptance and understanding of it, then think of a magician's stage performance as your earth life as seen from your elevated consciousness.
Persons who are grounded only in human consciousness see a magician perform and are very impressed by what seems to be the astonishing reality of what he is doing. Yet, they know and understand all during the performance that they are witnessing illusions - that, even though what they are seeing seems absolutely real, they are close to allowing the magician to convince them that his illusions are reality. Yet, through it all, there is an overriding understanding that these are simply illusions, and the audience has fun enjoying them. Being there and experiencing them is a diversion. They laugh and applaud and shake their heads in wonder and gladly pay money to enjoy the spectacle.
The Illusions are Not Real
This is an appropriate way to view your time on earth. You are attending a fantastic magic show - a demonstration of illusions that seem so real you can't explain them - yet you know and understand and fully accept that they are illusions, and you enjoy them and then return to your true "reality."
I hope this will be a helpful perspective. As you shake off the illusions of the world, smile to yourself that they have seemed so real that you have allowed yourself almost to believe them, and then return comfortably to your true identity as a child of God.
What if Everything Worked Out Perfectly?
Your job is to accept the reality of divine order and allow it to guide your life. How would you function in your life if you knew that every situation was going to work out perfectly? Your first reaction would be to stop worrying about outcomes or how this person or that situation would affect a specific outcome. You could relax and enjoy the journey, knowing that the perfect outcome was assured.
See Life as a Thrill Ride
This, of course, is exactly the case. Divine order and your unity with me assure it. Try looking at a specific situation as a thrill ride at an amusement park. The ride might be turbulent and scary, and it might even cause your physical body to become ill, but at the end, your safety would be assured. Once you became assured of your safety, you could ride again and again, and enjoy the thrills each time in the knowledge that they would not last and that you were being protected.
This is a very appropriate analogy. If you can accept that there is a perfect plan for your life, that there is good in every situation, and that the perfect outcome is assured because you are in divine order, then you can enjoy the turbulence and the surprises, for the uncertainty of it all is only an illusion.
Have fun with life. It is meant to be enjoyed. Accept the reality that all is well, and peacefully and joyously enjoy the ride.
Don't Forget the Ultimate Reality
Divine order is the ultimate reality which, because it is so perfect, is usually taken for granted to the point that it is obscured in the human mind by the clouds of crisis or tension or anxiety or fear. These, of course, are false concepts created by human consciousness to convince humanity that all is not, in fact, well - that something can or will go wrong. Divine order is always at work in all things. It cannot fail, but it can be ignored.
About the Author
For 30 years, Jack Armstrong received and transcribed a series of remarkable spiritual teachings from an unknown inner source, but kept them entirely to himself. In the book Lessons from the Source, he shares them for the first time.
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