The one who can master his unconsciousness will consciously live life to the fullest.
The Characteristics of Unconsciousness
Every human being has a dual personality (duality):
One is the outcome of limited consciousness.
The second is the personality outcome of unconsciousness.
For example, when a person is drunk, his characteristics reflect his suppressions. All your suppression, disappointments, rejections, the impact of others’ judgments, and your wrong perspectives develop the unconscious characteristic in you.
The one with dual characteristics usually suffers from separation, conflicts, and wrong commitments and will never have a clue why they are suffering or sad in life. They always think about someone they are worried or sad about.
For example, a person wants to live a rich life but despises his poor circumstances, so he always wishes to become a rich person; he works hard to earn more money but ends up with nothing, but the desire to be rich is unsatisfied, so he begins to look for a shortcut to becoming rich to show his pride and prestige to society. He wants to show his pride because he feels abused by society, so he wants to prove to society that he can also be rich.
He borrows money from the bank with fake documents or takes money from someone with much interest, and with that money, he tries to show off like he is a rich person. Any commitment and its action as a consequence mean that sooner or later he needs to pay the money back, and he is again trapped in his poor conditions.
Now you can imagine protecting himself, proving that he is rich and getting respect from others, telling as many lies as he needs to proclaim, and covering up what he needs to do to maintain these lies.
This is the wrong direction to use his knowledge and intelligence, so the result is a dual character with no transparency.
Here he wants to become rich; maybe someone else wants relationships or business growth.
No matter what you want, when your approach and understanding go in the wrong direction, you will end up with a dual character.
In the world, people get abused by cheating, fraud, and separation because of this dual characteristic (the “double-tongue personality”) in each of us.
In a healthy mind, the dual character may be 4–5%.
Those who have a mental illness will have more than 20%.
Sometimes you don’t like your friends to visit your home, but you hold that dislike inside and pretend like you are really waiting to receive them.
You don’t work for someone, but you still work and pretend like you are happy with that work; you don’t like someone, but still you try to be a good person.
So, like this, we can give thousands of examples to reflect on your unconscious characteristics.
The cause of your bias is your unconsciousness.
Until you have bias, you will never experience wholeness.
Because the bias will limit the realization of the ultimate truth,
Spirituality means nothing but coming out of all types of biases and exploring the ultimate truth.
The more you break down your bias, the more you will become aligned with reality and the truth, which makes you a transparent and well-balanced person. There are no more dual characteristics within you. You know how to express your choices and create a path for yourself.
You will focus on living an authentic life rather than pleasing others for temporary comforts.
The Significance of Inner-Alignment:
Even though you are drunk, you still speak the same as when you are conscious.
When friends and family members visit your home, you are the same inside and out. There is no double tongue.
Whatever the work you do, you will always be 100% accepting and enjoy the flow from within.
Conditioned with bias is the limited consciousness
Breaking your bias is the expansion of consciousness.
The ways to eliminate the dual character and become aligned are:
- Always have 360-degree perspectives, and never take anything personally.
- Have an open mind to see reality as it is.
- Investigate and question your behaviors, and check your transparency.
- Improve your art of expression and your time and energy management.
- Not only listen to the voice in your head, but also listen to the voice of others; observe and listen to everyone objectively without any bias.
- Don’t fear and be resistant to others’ judgments; it will help to see the situation in multiple dimensions. It’s good to embrace the judgments that you need to face.
- Remember this: In the universe, everything exists to support you, not harm you. Any temporary pain or hurt is happening just to go through a process. That’s why the end of every story always has lessons and wisdom.
Transparency and demand both look the same but are not the same.
For example, demanding others justify things may look like you are standing for rights, fairness, and transparency, but your demand may come from your confirmation bias.
That’s the reason transparency and demand both look the same but are not the same.
True education is the elimination of unconsciousness (bias), not its accumulation.