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ATTITUDES’ “WHAT IT DOES” (2)

by Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II, MD., FACS on 5th-April-2017

Prior to Earth World birth, a “Spark” of the Image of God is imparted into the Soul of every  “human-to-be.” That “Spark” includes a Divine Consciousness—the “Self”—the absolutely unique Real Self Identity of that “human-to-be.” To illustrate, imagine the human Soul as the Sun while its two Sunspots are concentrated forms of dark magnetic fields which serve the Sun. This is how I imagine the Divine Consciousness and the Conscience of each human to be. In the in-most sanctuary of the Soul is the seat of a Moral nature, called Conscience. Ancient Africans said Conscience contains God’s Image presence + the "Vibration Voice" of God–felt through Instincts and not by "words". Adjacent to the Conscience and interlocking with the Matter portion of the Selfhood of a “human-to-be” is Character. Being fed by the “Self,” Character contains “What and Why” aspects of the Divine Plan +be the vehicle to convey, following Earth World birth, to that human about the Conscience’s selected Spiritual rights and wrongs in life. In its Real Self state, a human’s Character also identifies what is to be expressed of the “what it is” of its Essence parent, the Divine Consciousness. A Spiritual Real Self Character implies it is subjected to the Divine Spirit so it can command the Life-Force in harmony with the Laws of Nature. That “what it is” Soul copy or Character, which stands out like a mark on white background, represents a personal Real Self “Trade-mark”—equating to a Spiritual Attitude. Following Earth World birth, it is a human’s choice to allow ones birth-gift Selfhood to be orchestrated by the Divine Consciousness in ones Soul—a continuation of what was present before one was born into the Earth World. So, when working in normal Spiritual “Health,” a human’s Divine Consciousness has that human’s Conscience and its Character vibrating at the same high rate as the Soul. Thus, when Spiritually oriented people plan to do wrong or do it, their Conscience involuntarily reacts to stop it.

            By contrast, a False Self Character is an accumulation of Free Will choices, decisions, and solutions occurring in daily living instead of from ones Divine Consciousness. They are formed by “picking and choosing” out of the stream of what is problematic in ones internal life. What led to these problems, what formed these problems, and what one extracts out of these problems to deal with, are Illusions. Illusions are false impressions of a person(s), place, or Thing—whether because of misinterpretions of its Character, deceptions about its actions, and/or wrong appearances. Associated with people most heavily into Illusions (i.e. the seeing what is not there and not seeing what is there) are Hallucinations (false images or beliefs having nothing to suggest it, outside a disordered mind) and even “Deliriums” (temporary mental disturbance leading to believing ideas opposed to reality). False Self people deal with this turmoil by “kicking out of the way” the most difficult things to handle and then figuring things out, in an unordered process, as they are doing it. Of course, these lead to layers of Misinterpretations (wrong track, wrong plane of existence, and/or wrong direction) which, in turn, result in Delusions (believing what is not real and not believing what is real). In other words, a False Self Character is orchestrated by an Ego consisting of Illusion/Delusion Vicious cycles whereby one believes what is falsely seen or rightly seen, but misinterpreted as well as seeing what one has falsely believed. They, and bits and pieces of them, are fashioned into a habitual undesirable mosaic lifestyle.

On the one hand, the involuntary Spiritual Attitudes can be likened to the natural heartbeats or breathing—implying they are the objective within the Unconscious subjectivity of ones Real Self mind. Their purposes embrace self-improvement changes or enhancements of others Attitudes by persuading, informing, entertaining, expressing, sharing, teaching, instructing, educating, recreating (e.g. playing with words in figures of speech and figures of thought), or serving as a call to action. On the other hand, False Self people clutch and cling onto an assortment of Illusional Secular Attitudes and, even more, Delusional Supernatural Attitudes. Since neither Attitudes are natural, as acquired Conditioned Reflexes, they and their associated behaviors are affected by other factors. Examples are: beliefs, opinions, and persuasive coercion from other False Self manipulative people; perceived verbal threats or advancements by their feigned enemies; and bully tactics needed to hide their own envy, self-inadequacies/incompetence, self-shame, self-hatred.jabaileymd.com; JABLifeSkills; Theievoice.com

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