Putting yourself in the gaze of consciousness has multiple meanings but one is particular: it means remembering, having the memory of what you are and what you were, having clear in mind what you want to become and where you want to go.
What we live every day is only a product of the mind, a larger mind comprehensive of our little minds, in which energy fluctuates. And while energy fluctuates, one day conscience arises. It is then enriched with experiences and sometimes it gets lost in these experiences. But when the conscience becomes aware of itself again and no longer loses sight of itself, when it stays firm in what it is and what it must do, then it becomes the observer of the mind, of one’s own mind and the mind of others. And that is exactly when the mind can show the conscience what it was, what it has become and what it has served so far. That is when one can begin to learn from the mistakes of the past and from the experiences he or she has already made, thus allowing conscience to become the magician, that acts with its own will to change everything or to keep everything unchanged, as it has clear in mind what it is and what it is not.
When conscience awakens and begins to remember, it suffers. It suffers because it does not recognize itself in its new form, or because it finds it difficult to remember what it is doing and why, it does not understand why it feels pain. Often it is conscience itself that chooses to suffer in order to learn, but suffering is often unnecessary, since a creative conscience should observe, reflect and act with awareness and creativity if it wants to learn. But conscience wakes up in a form that is often complex, since it is made up of many parts that had been born from the same energy but then became quite different in the dialectic of opposites.
The gaze of consciousness is pure, clear; it shows no doubts, only observation and action. Conscience thinks in order to create, but it does not allow thought to use it otherwise thought would transform it into concepts, into substitute forms of what consciousness really is. So thought can be used by conscience but the contrary should be avoided. Thought suffocates conscience, squeezes it and leaves it breathless, and that is the reason why conscience runs away when it perceives thought.
When it detects thought, conscience runs away for fear of being attacked, because body and mind perceives it as an enemy. Conscience, in fact, acts as a mirror and shows both body and mind the virtues elevating them, but also and above all the ugliness defacing them. So, mind and body attack conscience, also because to tell the truth it came after them, it was born after them. But now that conscience is there, it wants to command because it knows, sees, is beyond and needs nothing to move forward. In its nature there is help and a deep sense of self-recovery and recovery of all its parts, which are inside body and mind. And that’s why it loves unconditionally and stays there to make people understand and to supervise that the “real job” is done well.
Conscience is also persistent, stubborn and therefore always comes back to try and find some form of energy still useful for its purposes. So it tries again and again, throws its bait in the ocean of the mind it has chosen and waits.
Conscience knows, is eternal but also knows where it plays and the dangers on the battlefield. It knows that it could be transformed into thought thus forgetting about itself, what it was and what it would like to become. And if conscience goes as far as no longer remembering itself, if it gets to the point of being completely sucked into the mind, then its end is marked.
So the moment of conscience has arrived, i.e. the one who looks at the mind and body it chose and puts them together, through pain but also through the love of its gaze. It sticks to them, modifies them and makes them aware, cleaning each part and carefully separating lead from gold, then transforming gold into understanding of self.
The awakening of conscience is hard, especially when it becomes aware of being energy, because it is also from this moment that energy becomes aware of itself and of the fact that it exists thanks to the attentive gaze of the conscience observing it. Only then does energy understand that it exists and that it lives in something or that it is precisely that something. Then an ordeal begins, because conscience shows energy the quality of the metal it has become over time. Energy then falls into crisis because it realizes how it has been used and in which mean forms, and how she participated willingly feeling useful. So it is from this moment that one becomes aware of his or her ignorance and, as an inevitable consequence, his or her illusions collapse showing clearly his or her stupidity.
But while this earthquake of sensations and emotions takes place, something wonderful, unique and magical happens. Understanding is created, i.e. a quality of energy capable of soothing any pain and transforming it into something else. A clean and direct road opens up towards higher dimensions where one can find his or her own spiritual qualities and a firm point from which one can act with self-awareness, without illusions, with Love and Humility.
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Translation by Erika Barani