32. I have invented the world I see.

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32. i have invented the world i see.

today’s lesson can be as difficult as the previous lesson.

the issue revolves around the principle of causation, what exactly is the cause that brings something into effect, which is the exact same principle of the previous lesson.

just as i can believe (cause) my self to be (effect) a victim of the world i “see”, then i can believe (cause) my self not to be (effect) a victim of the world i “see”.

what is crucial to accept is that my desire helps cultivate what i “see”.

consider that if i desire to believe (cause) that i am a victim of the world i “see”, then i effectively make my self a victim (effect).

however, consider that if i desire to believe (cause) that i am not a victim of the world i “see”, then i effectively make my self not a victim (effect).

therefore, what i want, what i desire, is what i “see”, which also means what i don’t want, what i don’t desire, is what i don’t “see”. therefore, while i want my desire, i can “see”.

consequently, when i no longer want my desire, i will no longer “see” my desire.

consider the following:
i have invented the situation with the computer as i see the computer.
i have invented the situation with the car as i see the car.
i have invented the situation with the building as i see the building.

i have invented the situation with the music as i “see” the music.
i have invented the situation with the ideas as i see the ideas.
i have invented the situation with the words as i see the words.

i have invented the situation with politics as i see politics.
i have invented the situation with religion as i see religion.
i have invented the situation with money as i see money.

i have invented the situation with sexuality as i see sexuality.
i have invented the situation with emotionality as i see emotionality.
i have invented the situation with family as i see family.

i have invented the situation with my personality as i see my personality.
i have invented the situation with my mentality as i see my mentality.
i have invented the situation with my physicality as i see my physicality.

from that then, what i can understand is that how i “see” my self and how i “see” the world are both rooted (creations, inventions) in my belief structure, because my belief structure causes the effects that i “see” in the world and the effects that i “see” in my self.

since, the world i “see” inside my self and the world i “see” outside of my self are both creations (inventions) of my belief structure, then to “see” my self differently and to “see” the world differently, i must change my belief structure which creates (invents).

since i have invented the world i “see”, then i can invent a new world for me to “see”.

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