翻译： 林丽梅 审核：Tanya Chou
HoM 100 : Is changing the world possible?
1 5 September 2007
Hey, this is Jack.
Okay, so where do we go to from here?
Now, I’ve just spoken about war, for instance, saying: war is not rea l. Yet, we've manifested war - machines, which are real, because it's a manifested construct.
Now, what the difference is, is: how, and why, and when, and where did we manifest these war- machines? Are these war- machines supporting life, or destroying life? Obviously, destroying life. Where did the manifestations of the war- machines originate? The mind. Have a look, the mind: anger, judgment, polarity, separation, religious wars, etc.
So, let's look at another point: starvation.
Starvation is a manifested experience, it's real! Where did starvation come from? We’ve manifested enough food in this world for fucking everyone, but governments – which is also not a real concept, which has become real - control the food; where does the control come from? The min d, which has manifested: starvation. Does starvation support life, or destroy life? It destroys life.
Anything that we've manifested that destroys life, is of the mind; that is manifested as real.
So, where do you start within your own world? Where do we go from here? You look within your world, have a look: what have we manifested that is real, that supports life, and what have we manifested that is real, that destroys life? B ecause, from those two perspectives you're able to see what the mind has actually created, and what we have created.
So, have a look: a chair, a chair supports life, the chair supports us; a bed: a bed supports us as life, as the human physical body; food supports us, it’s manifested, it’s real, and it supports life; but, that which the mind has created as a control, which controls the food resources to destroy life has gone to the opposite polarity , of starvation.
Let's have a look, for instance, at masturbation: human beings, masturbating is real, because you're physically actually doing it, that's real. But, where does the not - real perspective come in that has been manifested to destroy life, is where your mind, and your thoughts, divert that energy which you experience while you masturbate, to pictures – channelling that energy to a being, who then goes and abuses a child - remember we've spoken about child abuse originating from human beings who masturbate. So, that child abuse situation is real, but that destroys life, why? Because of the mind - intervention.
So, what is then r eally going on in this world? How does it work? So, if w e only work with, in every moment, that which supports us as life, that which supports life – what will be manifest, what will exist? Only that which supports life.
So, therefore, we’re all collectively creating reality, is it not? Reality, if you look at reality, there's the word real in it, that which is real, we manifest we create. Though, where do we start changing this? How are we going to ‘solve’ this situation, this creation, that we've manifested as a reality, that has clearly been from the mind? You stop.
How do we stop?
We only work with what is here, what is real. In other words: the chair, what you see in your house, as you walk in every moment, you only look: what is real? You touch w hat is real, what is here. You silence your mind.
We first: stop. That's the starting point. You just stop everything. Why do you first just stop , do forgiveness, and corrective action in self- honesty, self - trust in self- expression in every moment with only what is here - what you see?
Because, what do we know? That starvation, governments, education, war, etc. derive from the mind that we have manifested into reality, what is real. So, therefore, we have to be careful, because we create. Though, we are the creators of our reality, what is real. Therefore, where is our responsibility? With what we create in every moment is it not? Yes, I'd say so.
So, we do actually create, but it’s our responsibility whether we will create that, and manifest that in reality what is real, that destroys li fe, or that which supports life – and what we do with it.
There’s nothing wrong with food – with anything, actually – with what is here. It’s what we do with it, that’s the problem. It’s who we are in relationship to that which is real, which is the problem. It will be quite interesting to see what will happen to everything, once we all start realizing this, and start taking responsibility for self in that which exists.
Thank you very much.
This is Jack.