Who or what are you actually in this life? What is the real reason for your own existence? If one is only a random accumulation of molecules and atoms, is he just one a material mass consisting of blood, muscles, bones, or is there more to our “material structure”, too? What about the consciousness or the soul? Both are immaterial, they shape our current lives and are responsible for our present state. Is a person his own consciousness, soul, or again just an “energetic state” that vibrates on a determined frequency?
Everything is consciousness
You are basically what you identify yourself with. If a person identifies exclusively with his body, with his “outer shell” and assumes that this represents his existence, then this is also true for this person at the present moment. You create your own reality and what you believe in. That in which you are completely convinced forms the basis of your own life. Nevertheless, apart from personal identifications, there is a primeval basis that flows through all life and constitutes a very large part of our reality, namely awareness. Everything that exists consists of consciousness and the resulting trains of thought. Nothing can arise without consciousness, because everything arises out of consciousness. All that one experiences in his own life is due to the creative power of one's own consciousness. All imaginable emotions and sensations can only be experienced on the basis of our consciousness. Without it, it would not be possible. Consciousness has fascinating properties; consciousness is a spaceless energy, it is permanently present, infinite, it represents the highest authority in existence – the divine power itself, and it experiences a constant expansion ( our own consciousness expands continuously). Because of the “space-and-timeless” nature consciousness is omnipresent, just as it is with our thoughts, which are also “space-and-timeless”, therefore there are no limitations or arbitrary aging processes in our imagination.
There are no limits in your imagination
One could now imagine a man living on an island. The man does not age in this notion, unless you imagine it, of course. You can imagine all possible scenarios with this man in your head. Your Imagination is immeasurable and cannot be limited. Consciousness is also the highest authority in existence. All that you can imagine, what you see, what you experience, what you feel, is in the end a state of consciousness. All material and immaterial states are only a result of an overarching consciousness. A boundless consciousness that permanently experiences itself and is completely individualized through incarnation.. Everything consists of consciousness and its energetic structure, everything is consciousness, energy, information.
Man is the soul and uses the consciousness to experience life
But if that is so, then what about your own soul, the 5-dimensional, energetically clear aspect of your own reality, could it be that you yourself are a soul? In order to explain this, we briefly need to go into more detail on the soul and especially on energetic states. Everything in existence consists of consciousness which in turn has the aspect of being made of energy. These energetic states can condense or escape. Energetically dense states are always due to their own selfish mind. This mind is responsible for all specifically produced negativity of any kind (negativity = density). These include lower and base thoughts and acts such as of hatred, envy, anger, grief, judgments, worthlessness, greed, jealousy, etc.. Positivity in the sense of harmony, love, peace, balance, etc. are in turn due to one's own mental understanding. The soul is therefore the energetically light part of our reality, the true “YOU” that wants to live permanently. We are therefore the soul, sensitive, loving beings that consist of consciousness, are surrounded by this and use this tool for the experience and creation of life. But we do not always act out of the real reason, out of our own soul, because in our everyday lives it is our egoistic mind that predominates, and the mind keeps us energetically dense.
Nevertheless, the soul is our constant companion and gives us a great deal of life energy, as basically human beings strive for love and joy in their lives. When you start to identify yourself with your soul, you begin to look at life from a higher, loving point of view. One then becomes aware of his strong, inner strength again, becomes free and begins to draw more love and positivity into his own life (energy always attracts energy of the same intensity/resonance). But it takes a long period of time until that goal is reached, because, it takes a long way to get rid of one's own egotistical mind and to act out of the soul, out of unconditional, true love in all areas of life. Ultimately, this is a task, a goal that every person will experience at the end of his “incarnated” journey.