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The Eternity of Consciousness and Our Inner Spirit

Programed subconsciousness steaming from religious and cultural delusion eludes humanity from the Eternity of Consciousness including the truth of our inner spirit. The common thought influenced through propaganda dictates that “life is short” in addition to the deception of a singular life. Western Religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam teach the singular life with an eventuality a of virtue or iniquitous reality. The totalitarian dogma of religion submerges the inner true source of humanity and the eternity of consciousness.

The truly wise person does not grieve for the living or the dead. There had never been a time when a person did not exist and there will never be a time when we cease to exist. —Bhagavad Gita 2:10,12

The Bhagavad Gita teaches that the life force (atma, soul, spirit) transfers from one body to the next experiencing a variety of lives. Even though the body dies the spirit or “life force” exists, experiencing the fourth dimension between human lives. Consciousness parallels eternity including our inner spirit. Any individual residing at a higher level of consciousness identifies the eternity of consciousness and our formless inner spirit.

The wise individual comprehends deeper truth views pain and pleasure as indifferent, subjective, and strives to transcend negative emotions. Ego attachment to the body creates a strong fleshly identity—it’s a delusion. Consequently, the majorities of humanity view the body and this world as absolute and fail at ascertaining beyond the dualities of the world.

Scriptural Teachings about Eternity, Consciousness, and Our Inner Spirit:

The Bhagavad Gita teaches the attachment of our inner spirit within the human rebirth cycle and the path to break the cycle. Few individuals compared to the majorities will attain enlightenment. The requirement of a higher level of consciousness prevents humanity from breaking the rebirth cycle, however, bestowed with eternity the inner spirit travels from one life to the next. The attachments of Karmic bonds dictate the context of the next life; wise decisions within the moment prevent unwanted karma.

Jesus, Moses, Paul and Peter taught non-attachment and indifference to pain and suffering relating to eternity of consciousness. The thought of suffering generates emotional responses, yet within the moment integrity will manifest. Comprehending that our inner spirit (life force) exists within the eternity of consciousness there is no reason for grief and sorrow. Ignorance, attachment, and deception germinate grief and sorrow.

Ego attachment to the body creates a strong fleshly identity.

Death is certain for the one born into this world; for the antiquated, rebirth is certain. Everything dies. Humans perceive they will die, and the body does die, but the inner spirit that resides within the consciousness of eternity never expires. The apostle Peter adverted to the body as a tent—2 Peter 1:13. Western ardent follows will benefit to analyze the Bhagavad Gita with an open mind; a deeper meaning of life will be reveled.

The Bhagavad Gita teaches: the person of firm wisdom with solid integrity is a person who has given up all desires, all attachments, and experiences contentment through their inner spirit. The wise individual comprehends true satisfaction occurs within, and will surrender, subject, and transcend materialism, egocentric desire, cravings, and the deceptive connection to the body. The wise person of a higher level of consciousness experiences non-attachment and indifference toward agreeable and disagreeable situations, but interacts with each situation within the moment. The individual that comprehends the eternity of consciousness refrains from emotional outbursts of joy nor will experience depression. This person is firm and solid in their wisdom, and deciphers the eternity of the inner spirit within.

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