The biggest lie


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“The highest purpose of this universe is to entrap a spiritual being into contributing his own energy and self to it. “

This dirty trick has been played on all of us not only through the inception of the ideas we need to changes the present entering a set of ‘should-be/should-not-be’, should-have/should-not-have, should-became/should-not-became, should-do/should-not-do…etc. which catapults the being into a future “ideal scene” towards the achievement of acceptance, happiness and success, but also by having a being of unlimited power associating with a fictitious actor of which motions are limited by the rules and regulation of the play on stage (physical universe).

Due to that very indoctrination, people spend the very majority of their life in the future, fighting the present, struggling to change something which does not even exist. And what it is better to avoid escaping than keeping the prisoners worried about the conditions of the cell?

By keeping the souls busy trying to achieve success, power and happiness you stick their attention constantly to the future preventing them from waking up to the illusion of life.

“The world of the ego is one of discomfort, even agony at times. You have to struggle to keep it happy. You can give it a new car to play with, a toy, some sexual experiences, you can get drunk and stuff yourself full of food, and still the ego wakes up the following morning to nail a list of things to your forehead, saying: “Hey, sucker, get me this, get me that. I feel insecure—I want more, a lot more stuff.” The ego leans naturally toward dysfunction. It is tough to come to any kind of serenity in what the Eastern mystics call “maya”—the illusion of an ego-driven world.

Infinite Self by Stuart Wilde

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If every soul believes enough he/she IS the character playing on the stage, if they introvert enough and keep trying to redecorate the match-box they have been crammed in, we can prevent them from looking around and may be from picking out of the window.

With this awareness, today, I look at every souls with deep love and compassion. The souls playing the bad guy or the good guy, the poor and the rich, the famous or the one who anyone have never notice to exist. They are all souls on a stage convinced (some more than others) the stage is all there is.

But all of us are guilty of the same crime. We teach our kids how to be human, to meet the standards of a society and how to conform; “Take care of your body, finish your school, wear the right clothes, obey or disobey the rules, play sports and you will see you will be happy!” Look at how many activities aim to support and reinforce the idea of happiness or the idea of a better future.

And the future is where the very majority is, right in that projection the ego puts in front of their eyes.


‘PROTECT THE PEOPLE YOU LOVE!’ the ego says: And by the very actions we undertake to make sure they are safe, healthy,  smart, accepted, loved and appreciated, we contribute to bury the little sparkle of awareness they might have had left once they entered this “dream”.

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“Lack of awareness has its roots in childhood.
We require our children to endure the tick-tock influence of the education system—a system whose only reality is based in ego, personality, status, and logic.
By the age of seven or eight, the inner knowing, which is gifted to you naturally when you are born, is usually squashed out of a child. We are trained to ignore the easy way of knowing things via our interconnection with all things, and replace it with a laborious method of learning by rote, intellect, and mind-numbing conformity and logic.”

Stuart Wilder
Infinite Self Step 4

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Here we don’t find just the doctor, the successful football players, the famous actor, we also find the mystic, and the very majority of spiritual schools or groups. As I said before, you might feel a little less crowed if you able to fly mid air, but nevertheless you still inside the prison with everybody else. You still stuck on stage, force to read and play a script you haven’t even choose.

So, when you enroll in yoga classes, join a spiritual group, when you decide to get counseling to improve your life, you are just become more and more enmeshed with the Matrix.

“So, one of the ideas to remember is that the need to feel secure is only a bad habit. You can feel secure even when you don’t know what will happen next. It’s only a custom of ego that requires you to “need to know.” You don’t! When you become more infinite in your perception, you become more open, and knowing what will happen next becomes less important. It’s the difference between flow and restriction. You can be quite secure even when you don’t know. When people say to you, “What do you know?” you can say, “Nothing. I don’t know, don’t care.” Then you transcend the weakness of the ego so that it is reluctant to move. You’re going to have to move without knowing, just feeling your way along and asking yourself constantly, “Hey, how does this feel? Does it feel right?”
If it doesn’t, make adjustments.”

Stuart Wilde

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What people do not realize is, true spiritual progress, has nothing to do with the changing of the play (improving living conditions or the body),  but has to do with regaining the proper view of the play, extroverted from the character on the stage.

Money, health, knowledge, success, power, spiritual awakening and status are the Ego’s agenda. Is the Ego which is happy when the chronic headache is gone, when we see a little better, or when we feels we gains control or power.

The fact that your foot does not hurt anymore, Brigitte or Thomas finally loves you back, that you mortgage is paid off or that you finally got the promotion you wanted for so long, does not mean you have made spiritual progress. Not at all.

Nor is an indication of spiritual progress to have gained power over others, reading people minds, levitation, to move objects or having them appear or disappear. In fact all those things are just goals of the Ego, and again, are the very mechanism which keeps a soul entrapped to a game of the mind, looking for proofs instead of bailing our toward the exit door.

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“It doesn’t matter if your life isn’t fantastic; that’s only the ego’s viewpoint.
Spiritually, your life is fantastic, it’s a great privilege to be here. I think it’s important to remind yourself of that constantly.
At first your mind will be very strong.
You’ll say, “I believe…,” and the mind responds, “No, I don’t.” You’ll say, “I feel good,” and the mind contradicts, “No, I don’t.” It’s a tussle, but that is the challenge and beauty of this sacred journey.
You are not necessarily perpetually victimized by your mind; you can push against it and change its programming.
It’s not a matter of wrestling with your mind, but more a process of quietly and consistently disempowering its negative influence.
When the mind offers you a negative thought, say to yourself, “I don’t accept that negative energy; I don’t accept fear. I am love.
I am positivity. Everything flows through me. Everything comes to me for my highest good.”
Thus, you start to replace the psychology that often creates so much destruction in your life.

As well as policing your thoughts and dialogue, you will want to keep an eye on the quality of your associations and actions.
Stay away from people who discriminate and deprecate, or those who are involved in destructive or degrading actions. You don’t need to judge them, but you don’t have to be involved, either. Watch over your actions and make sure that you run your life in a positive and honorable way. Settle your debts, follow through on commitments, and treat people fairly.
Don’t allow your mind to suck you into actions that affirm weakness or that lower your energy and destroy your balance.”
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Infinite Self by Stuart Wilde

“There is no death. All the agony we experience emotionally and psychologically is agony of the ego. When you understand that, a big door opens inside you. If the ego didn’t
have dogma, opinions, and positions it has to defend, you couldn’t have negative energy. Somebody would come up to you and say, “I’m going to shoot you in the head,” and you’d say, “Fine, I’m infinite. Do what you need. Meanwhile, I’m going to carry on here,
working in my flower garden.”

Stuart Wilde

Infinite Self – Step 5

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Nor is an indication of spiritual progress to have gained power over others, reading people minds, levitation, to move objects or having them appear or disappear. In fact all those things are just goals of the Ego, and again, are the very mechanism which keeps a soul entrapped to a game of the mind, looking for proofs instead of bailing our toward the exit door.

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“You should remember that when you look at negative energy, you’re only looking at events or circumstances that contradict the ego.
So the ego says, “I want to live forever,” and the body dies.
We consider that a negative event, and we say, “Harry died.” And we all take a moment to remember Harry. But Harry isn’t dead; he’s infinite.
You’ll never be more alive than the moment after your heart beats its last beat and stops.
All the people who died in the war aren’t dead. All the people who have suffered aren’t suffering anymore. They are still alive.”

Stuart Wilde
Infinite Self Step 5

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“Learn to become an observer of life and an observer of self.”


Stuart Wilde -Infinite Self: Step 10




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