Recapitulation Of Part One:
If you are aware of your actions and thoughts and are also aware of the thoughts and actions of others, your actions will produce the desired effects on others.
If your awareness is limited by choice or by circumstance, your actions will not produce the desired results.
Continuation – why you might limit your awareness:
First Observation: If your awareness is very high and you can predict the consequences of any of your actions and the actions of others, the course of your life becomes very certain.
Second Observation: After talking to many beings, it appears that a life of total predictability is boring. There are no surprises.
Third Observation: You can create some uncertainty by intermingling your actions with the actions of others and limiting your awareness, thus creating a game.
Fourth Observation: Once you have limited your awareness enough, you are no longer able to perceive intentions that are not aligned with yours. You are limited to using the perceptions that are included in the rules for the game if you wish to continue playing the game.
Here is an example of a game where perceptions are limited in order to play the game.
Ordinary relationships require that perceptions be limited to the normal set of physical perceptions. Do you think you are not playing some game at this very moment?
Here is a simple test:
Ask yourself if there is anything you should not be aware of?
Alternatively, ask yourself what you are allowed to be aware of?
After doing 1 and 2 for a while, go back to being a proper human where you can know only what you can see, hear, touch and smell..
- Repeat 1 through 3 until you discover a change in awareness
Please share your observations after doing this test.