A Doowans Point of View is only a view. However it’s a much bigger view.
A Doowans Point of View
As a result of my own experiences, ( A Doowans Point of View), I have come to realize, We are perceivers. We are an awareness, we are not objects, we have no solidity. We are boundless. The world of objects with solidity is a way of making our passage on earth convenient.
A Doowans Point of View is that the world is only a description that was created by our (Reason) to help us. We or rather our Reason, forgets that the description is only a description. Thus we entrap ourselves in a vicious circle from which we rarely escape in our life times. To say it another way, there is no reality above and beyond that created by the integration of all consciousnesses. This is called the Tonal of Humanity. Knowing that if we could gather enough (Awareness) to see the world differently, in a flash, our description of this world would change, thus so would our reality. The problem is that our reason is so unreasonable that we must battle with it on a daily basis. It wants to hold very tightly to the description of the world it’s been taught and won’t allow us the freedom to be what we really are.
We desperately need new models or views of reality to fire the Imagination of what is possible, to give us new visions of our place in the cosmos. In our belief that the world is this way and that way only perpetuates the description that keeps us trapped.
A Doowans Point of View wants to break this entrapment. I want to be boundless and discover the totality of my self. For only in this discovery can one be truly free.
We are so deeply convinced that our bodies are solid and objectively real it is very difficult for us to entertain the idea that we are awareness free of form.
This is what I have been saying from the start of A Doowans Point of View. We have to change the Tonal of this world view to change the world. Getting caught up in the way things are only perpetuates the cycle. We have to see our reality for what it really is, a construct of reason.
I say f*@$ reason there’s no reason for it. It’s been said that one can not change a problem with the same thinking that created it. Therefore nobody can do anything to you that you won’t let them do Yet, we let our reason dictate our view of reality.
What’s happening in this world is a construct of someone else’s reason for a construct of human consciousness. We have been taught this construct from birth. Therefore most have never known that there is another construct of energy.
Look around the world of objects with solidity is very unreasonable. What’s the problem? Somebody else is doing something to us, or for us that we don’t want. We must brake this cycle, we must assume responsibility for our own actions, if we allow “them” to decide for us then so be it. A Doowans Point of View has attempted to heighten peoples awareness to this fact, however most are so caught up in the description of the world that it is very difficult for them to see a energetic reality.
Help ! Am I caught up in A Doowans Point of View, my own description? Why should I care if the human race is caught up in a description of reality that doesn’t really exist. Hence, the illusion the mystics have been talking for eons. It’s just something we have all been taught and as such can be untaught.
Hey, I should start a school of un-teaching? LOL Would I be the only person in the classroom?….
In A Doowans Point of View, there are three types of knowledge.
The known is everything I know.
The unknown is everything I don’t know but could.
The unknowable is everything I will never know.
This I do know, if we don’t change our view or this description, our awareness is doomed to repeat this same cycle over and over again. For our description of the world is unsustainable. Unknown to me is whether the human race can change their description of reality, thus change the world in which we live.
Unknowable to me is whether it will be for the betterment of humanity or its down fall. Maybe that’s were hope and faith come into the equation, in the face of the unknowable. I will never know the unknowable. If we judge our world simply from what we know then we are limiting ourselves to that description of the known. If we come to understand that there is more to us then what we know, it give us a bigger picture, however it is still a description. A Doowans Point of View
When faced with the unknowable this stops our reason and the description at the same time. Stopping the World opens us up to the unfathomable reality we live in.
We become boundless, our true nature.