30 Dec 2016, 3:02pm

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Mentalism Happiness

While it appears that we here in the ‘world’, we will always have two options to choose from: in any situation, we can identify with the body and all the desires arising under it, or we can begin to flow with our true immortal free from desires, detached and resides in LOVE. The election is free and personal. The first is the choice of the ego, which systematically leads to fear, whether it is manifested as sadness, loneliness, hate, resentment, unhappiness, lack, loss, dissatisfaction, helplessness … the ego has many faces with a denominator common: they all love us away, is covered with the veil of illusion. The second is the choice of the Spirit who leads us directly to love. Not love as feeling caused by something alien to us but to love as a state of being. In this state, everything else is too small, even intimate relationships.

There is no need to limit our “love” a few people. Why limit it to 8, 10, 100 or 500 people, when we have the whole world? We are mind … “Principle of Mentalism (Hermetic Principles), the rest are pathetic attempts to postpone the inevitable ego, or our return Home. As mind, our power is infinite, of course, our ability to make decisions is also unlimited. When you think of your “heart” (hurt, sad, lonely …) you’re referring to the body, but in a very “poetic”, you’re identifying with the body and all those things / conditions that it considers necessary or important to their satisfaction (satisfaction, which is often confused with true happiness) in this case, you think your “happiness” depends arranged on that person’s ideal.

And when that ideal person disappears after a time, or simply not listed, you condemn yourself to be unhappy, because it’d put all your hopes for happiness. The only real purpose of relationships, whether dating, friendship, family, professional or encounter ‘casual’ with a stranger, is to use them to help us achieve an experience of God: to express love should be our only goal … forgiveness is the key.

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