When you wake up to who you are – your true self, you become conscious of oneness with God. You become aware of indescribable selfless love within. You begin to experience peace and stillness. And you start to become aware of the presence of God in everything.
Unless we awaken from the mind’s illusions, we live out what our subconscious has been conditioned to believe. We will experience what has been coded into our cellular memories, even from past generations.
After a few days of talking about who you are, we have reached the point of giving a definition. Your true self is the presence, spirit, and consciousness that we have discussed. You are not your ever-changing body.
Where are you in your body? You are aware that you are, but where does that awareness begin and where does it come from? First off, science doesn’t have good answers to these questions. Dr. Lanza reasons that:
“Nothing in modern physics explains how a group of molecules in your brain create consciousness…Nothing in science can explain how consciousness arose from matter…The beauty of a sunset, the miracle of falling in love, the taste of a delicious meal—these are all mysteries to modern science.”
Who are you? At first glance, you are a body—pretty gory on the inside, but beautiful on the outside. Science tells us all kinds of exciting things about your body. First off, it contains about 60 percent water, unless you are really lean and fit, in which case you may only contain 50 percent water. Most of the water in your body is contained inside your cells and is essential for your cells to live.
In earlier posts, I described God as love, and how love is the unifying essence and the highest form of energy that permeates and holds the universe together. Equivalent to one, love is the life-giving force that undergirds all matter.