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Taming the great beast.

Updated: Mar 3

ABOUT: Tips for taming the 'monkey' mind so as not to be double-minded when it comes to manifestation.

 

 

So he carried me away in the Spirit into the wilderness. And I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast which was full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. The woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet, and adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls, having in her hand a golden cup full of abominations and the filthiness of her fornication. And on her forehead a name was written:

 

MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT,

THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS

AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS

OF THE EARTH. ~Book of Revelation, chapter 17

 

The harlot is the untamed mind sleeping around by going from one negative state of mind to another without thought, while the beast is the subconscious bringing about her imagined destruction.

 

I call heaven and earth as witnesses today against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live. Deuteronomy 30:19

 

Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat its fruit. Proverbs 18:21

 

I was watching a bull-ridding competition when the whistle blew, the gate swung open, and unleashed was a man seated upon a seething and thrashing beast. The whole scenario was a man desperately trying to keep grasp of the beast as he was mercilessly tossed to and fro in this sport of entertainment!

 

Similar to this is the wordly man's grasp of the mind. More than not, he is tossed to and fro from one thought to another, never able to grasp and tame one for more than a mere moment, and so his life follows in an exact manner.

 

We create the good and evil that we experience in life. The cause is not something outside of ourselves; the cause is our mind and the thoughts and words we entertain, which create our vibration.

 

I form the light and create darkness, I make peace and create calamity; I, the Lord, do all these things.’ Isaiah 45:7

  

Our minds are the authors of the peace or calamity we experience in life. "Death and life are in the power of the tongue. "Choose life." We must neglect the negative things and shift our attention to the positive things if we wish to be authors of worth while lives within this matrix.

 

Through mind and speech, father and son, we create the reality we experience. Belief, in other words, is a program instilled within your mind. Mind and speech flow in the direction of belief, or according to our mental programming. If we believe or are programmed with the outlook that the world is awful and out to get us, we speak in line with this belief. As we feelingly complain about negative circumstances unconsciously brought about by our own misuse of our imagination, the subconscious mind pays attention; it hears everything we spew out and gives us "according to what we sow."

 

If we wish to create a better life for ourselves, we must look at the beliefs we hold and alter them if necessary.

 

Therefore I say unto you, what things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.

 

Mark 11:24-26

 

But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord. Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do.

 

James 1:6-8

  

Men's thoughts have come to resemble shorts, flickering from one thought to the next aimlessly and without productivity as men are dragged along for the ride rather than being in control!

 

It is the same when it comes to manifestation. Most start their believing for desires cheerfully. As a few days or weeks pass, doubt starts to set in: "Does manifestation really work?" and "Am I wasting time believing in a lie?".

 

With hectic modern schedules hardly leaving the time or willpower to stay fueled by meditating on law of attraction books or manifesting success stories, doubt gains a grip on most and dissuades them, turning their attention once more towards the 'real' world and its problems. Those snatched away go back to putting out the same old energy, which will recycle the same circumstances within their current lives, circumstances breeding fear, lack, and limitations.

 

Faith, or positive and hopeful feelings that empower, come from "hearing and hearing the word of God." Jesus said we are gods, and our inner dialog is what I believe the Bible refers to as god. And so putting time aside daily to meditate on these truths will help us keep on our path and not give up on our manifestations when days, months, or years pass.

 

It is only when a thought is held, believed in, and made alive within by daily "creating a scene that implies its fulfillment" that imagination becomes reality. When doubt creeps in, we must remind ourselves of the spiritual laws governing reality in order to remain inspired, in spirit. We must remind ourselves that thoughts and feelings are creative, and the thoughts and feelings we habitually embody will make up our reality.

 

The truth is, we are always manifesting. Most do it unconsciously through their negative subconscious programming.

 

In whatever manner we steer the subconscious mind through our habitual thoughts and the feelings they generate, that will be the direction in which our life follows. It picks up momentum, for better or for worse.

So choose your thoughts wisely by focusing on what is "lovely and of good report," and your life will follow suit. As we meditate on the positive things of life, without wavering, they will engender within us faith, feelings of positivity, and hope!

 

It is simply a reversal! Meditating or constantly thinking about negative thoughts effortlessly produces an abundant harvest of fearful feelings. I like how Earl Nightingale describes this feeling as "a lump of gnawing anxiety"! It is through this very same means that feelings of faith are effortlessly produced. Faith and fear are extremes of the same pole: feelings. A weak mind veers towards negativity and self-destructive thinking, while a strong mind presses towards the positive things in life.

 

So how can we strengthen our minds in order to remain positive and fueled in such a seemingly dark world? How can we cultivate a resilient mind that can adequately withstand opposition while simultaneously growing and evolving as we overcome challenges?

 

"The individuals of greatest achievement tend to be those who have highly developed sexual natures and who have learned the art of sex transmutation."

 

"The mere possession of sex energy itself is not sufficient to produce genius. The energy must be transmuted from desire for merely physical contact, into some other form of desire and action before it will lift one to the status of a genius." Napoleon Hill

  

Thoughts sexual in nature occupy much of the space in man's mind.

 

We live in an over-sexualized culture, and the downfall associated with such a vast waste of man's vital fluid is men who simply do not think. Men who are easily distracted by entertainment and fleshly desires.

 

Men who understand the value of their sexual energy and its transformative power to lift the simple into the wise, from slave to master, will harness its rejuvenating qualities and allow internal growth to flourish. They shall become "a tree planted by the waters of life, who in due season will bear much fruit and whose leaf will not wither, and whatsoever they do shall prosper.

In adversity and scarcity, the man who allows his internal river of sexual energy to transmute and flow throughout his entire body will experience what the ancient texts have occulted for generations: empowerment.

 

This empowerment is seen in the life of Joseph, taking him from the pits of the dungeon and lifting him up as a ruler of Egypt.

 

Harnessing sexual energy is the key to successfully achieving any undertaking because it is nourishment for the mind. The mind, occulted as the garden within the holy grail, the golden bowl (man's skull), is what sets man apart from all living creatures. Clear thoughts, insights, motivation, and a steadfast determination, among other benefits, are present within a mind that has absorbed sufficient sexual energy and are the necessary requirements to see any endeavor through. Without such resources being provided and sustained by sexual energy, the endeavor undertaken dries as the fruit and branch are no longer connected to the root.

 

Without sexual energy fueling our minds, they become susceptible to all manner of outer influences.

 

"Where the mind goes, the man follows." Joyce Meyer

 

When we first set out to become successful in any endeavor, visualization and imagination are key because, as God, we create from the mental realm first, and what is created within the mental realm manifests into the physical if we have the resilience to persist in our assumptions.

 

The spirit is from above, and the body is from below. One is spiritual, and the other is physical. The spiritual-minded man creates his world from within, while the physical or sleeping man is unaware of this truth and simply accepts life at face value. He places the cause of events and circumstances happening to him upon fate, never being aware that we, and only we, are the creative dictators of our lives.

 

"As a man believes in his heart (his subconscious), so is he."

 

 The great beast rising out of the water is simply a metaphor for the vibration at which the subconscious mind of a foolish man resonates.

 

The golden cup in the hands of the harlot, full of abominations and the filthiness of her fornication, is a mind polluted with the vices of modern civilizations.

 

These images show the manifestation of negative energies and their effect on water molecules.

 


Remember that thoughts and words are energy and that the mind is made up mostly of water, which has tremendous memory.

 

When we change our thoughts, we change our energy, and in turn, we tame the great beast.

 

The union of heaven and earth is made manifest when our spirit enters the physical avatar of the human body, full of a nature unknown to itself, full of lust, passion, and wordly desire. This merging is seen as the son begotten of the union of the heavenly Hermes and the earthly Penelope, Pan. A being part spiritual and part earthly. We are Pan, having dualistic natures within. When we learn, through wisdom, to unify these opposing energies, they began to work for our benefit.

  

When the great beast is overcome, its power is now under our dominion. The mind of man is the mind of God, and to be in control of it is to be in control of the creative outlet of our lives. All is mind, as Hermetic philosophy reveals, and those who have a firm grasp on theirs will guide it with reins towards whichever way they see fit.

  

CLOSING PART

 

The Ouroboros is a Gnostic and alchemical symbol that expresses the unity of all things, material and spiritual, which never disappear but perpetually change form in an eternal cycle of destruction and re-creation.

  

Thoughts are things; they produce emotions, and e-motion is energy in motion. Picture the ouroboros on its side, and within both circles, envision a moving track going in a figure 8 pattern.


The left loop represents the spiritual reality from which is born the physical reality, placed on the right-hand side. As our lives flow, the physical and spiritual influence one another.

 

Within the right and physical side, man walks in place as he goes through the events of daily life. All of his feelings, thoughts, and emotions from passing through a daily cycle are absorbed by the left side, the spiritual, which, upon receiving it, the god-like embodiment of the subconscious, which I will personify as a spirit possessing bodily parts of various beasts, begins dissecting those feelings, thoughts, etc. and recycling them back to man as the events and circumstances he will experience.

  

Life is a recycling mechanism in which what is sown into the spirit or subconscious emerges into reality.

 

As within, so without. And so man perpetuates his sorrows, causes them to rain, or brightens his days, and causes them to shine according to his own inner sowings.

  

As man goes through his recycled events and circumstances that he created, he must guard his mind if he wishes to alter his tomorrows.

  

He must tune his mind to positivity and allow its flow to submerge and feed his mind. Doing so, his thoughts will begin to shift, and in turn, his emotions and energy. Fast forward many days, and the recycling and purifying of that energy being sown becomes potent and vibrant!

  

Do not grow weary in well-doing, and your energy will be the gold refined in the fiery furnace of the belly of the beast, the ouroboros.

  

STEPS

 

1. Having a goal we are passionate about and have a burning desire for will keep us busy from most temptations and distractions.

  

2. Imagination. If you would consistently visualize yourself as already being that which you wish to be and begin acting as though you already are that person, you will become that which you desire.

  

3. Harnessing sexual energy will cause your vitality, energy, and mental acuity to increase. Continue to harness this potent source to ensure success in all endeavors. Don't be frivolous with this life-giving, light-filling essence.

  

4. Staying inspired by daily reading positive content. Our minds, much like our bodies, have a diet. Let your mental diet consist of uplifting content and limit or completely cut off all that has you feeling any emotion that can be draining.

  

"I create good and evil, I the Lord do these things and besides me there is no other."

  

We must realize that we are the ones that create the good and evil that we are experiencing in our lives. No one will save us but ourselves. Tame the beast and redirect him towards your chosen destiny.

  

END

  

Awake O man!

Ye are gods fractalized! One mind!

Waking up is realizing we are creative gods!

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