Jul 222010

The Time is Now for Enlightened Civilization

Enlightened Civilization, who has ever heard of such a thing? If you find yourself asking this question then guess what, you are about to hear of such a thing. Before explaining why the time is Now for Enlightened Civilization, let’s examine what an Enlightened Civilization is and it should become obvious why the time is now.

To the uninitiated this may seem a futile endeavor, they may imagine a whole culture lost in their own blissful self contemplation, too amazed by the perfection of the cosmos to be of any useful service. This of course would be an erroneous view of a static condition without the variable of choice. It is precisely this variable of choice which would support an Enlightened Civilization just as the limitation of choice is what keeps a society unenlightened. An Enlightened Society would not necessarily dictate that every member of that Society be fully enlightened. It would however have that option available for those so inclined and the processes for it accomplishment would be known by all, even those who chose to remain irresponsible. That is why Choice would support Enlightened Civilization and why limitation of choice is currently the norm.

Perhaps the best way to explain Enlightened Civilization so that mortal minds may understand its reality is in the context of a Dream. First of all let’s study the context before we explore the dynamics involved. Assuming that life is really nothing more than a dream, would involve several fundamental shifts in our paradigm. First it would involve the fact that we are dreaming even if we do not know it. Second would involve the possibility of waking up and third would be the option of learning how to dream and the most obvious would be the possibility of waking up within the dream.

The Dream Scheme of Reality would presuppose that for the most part everyone is lost in their dream, meaning they do not know they are dreaming yet nevertheless they are. This is the limitation of choice spoken of earlier that keeps our species mortal. It might be worth mentioning also that this is where irresponsibility comes from. Also if this paradigm were scaled along a grade of measure for the purpose of determining a relative (Personal) frame of reference, this would obviously be the low point on the chart. Assuming as well that a low point must have a corresponding High Point in order to be relevant, would dictate the range of Choice that is ours but unattainable by default. Is this starting to make sense to you mortals yet???

Assuming we accept the fact that we are dreaming places us in a position of control that is unavailable to the slumbering masses. So just to have this paradigm in the first place puts us at a point far beyond where everyone else is hoping to get and we haven’t even started to scale yet, we have just assumed it is possible and opened the door to responsibility. So it would seem that to recognize the dream is the first step in dream actualization and thus the purpose for having a Dream Scheme of Reality. Remember we are only breaking the whole into little bitty chunks so we can put it on mortal display but in actuality it remains a unified whole.

Recognizing the context of life’s dream just how the dynamics operate might be our next logical progression, so let’s go there. Obviously assuming a low point fixation on the Dream Scheme Scale would require looking into how we are trapped in the dream. In fact this is the only part of the scale where we can theorize on the dream because we have not yet taken responsibility for our dream, not to mention actually waking up.

How we remain trapped in the dream is obviously answered by the question of responsibility and this would encapsulate the dynamics we are concerned with at this point. Returning to context for a moment, it seems clear that the dream is happening to us and we are just following along wherever it takes us. Pleasant dreams and nightmares are both just as real because we have no control over either one, they just happen. The dynamics are explained by my blaming you for my experience. This plays out as an external validation for an internal process, regardless of the form it takes. This is usually produced through an intricate network of conditions, such as when that does this then I will so forth. This is our framework of judgments whereby my happiness is dependent on your compliance with my idea. This sets the stage for all the irresponsibility to come.

So then every time I blame an external anything for my internal something, I have given away my power to control the dream and become lost in it. Since this is standard mortal practice it should be obvious why we resist waking up, because our whole identity is invested in the dream. Only you can wake yourself up and though we sound the wakeup call all day long if you do not want to wake up you will remain trapped in the dream. By clarifying this issue we are endeavoring to assist your “Want To” but only your variable of choice will dictate whether that is accomplished or not.

Of course recognizing the dream is primary to taking responsibility for it so that you might learn how to dream and this opens up the choices available to an Enlightened Society. Now is the only time you can take responsibility for your dream because NOW is when you are dreaming it. Now is the dream you are having even when you call it by the name of time and Now is how you wake up. So does anyone see how the time is NOW for Enlightened Civilization? If not, let’s break it down one more time for the mortals: “NOWWAY is the Path of Immortal Society toward Enlightened Civilization.” Remaining trapped in your dream will guarantee that you never get on the path let alone arrive at the destination. That’s OK, nightie night slumbering mortal, sweet dreams…

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