Awareness is a gift that not many cultivate. And so, if you wish to raise your awareness and increase your enlightenment, this article on the ultimate life secrets might just be what you need.
I’ll give you nine truths that will completely transform the way you see yourself, people around you, and life in general.
You’ll finally learn the following:
- Your true life’s purpose
- Why you act in ways even you don’t understand
- How your emotions and thinking patterns aren’t yours
- What you can be doing to become happy and successful at this
The Truths Of Life That Will Enlighten You
The reality of humans is that they have cellular memory, integrated minds and bodies, trauma through birth, pre-selected parents, joy and transcendence as their purpose, ingrained feelings and thoughts, ego and self-hatred due to conditioning, shame, and guilt, and are healed by self-expression, self-acceptance, and truth-seeking.
9 Incredibly Eye-Opening Facts About Life
1. Your cells remember everything, even if you don’t
Scientists now know conclusively that cells do have a memory.
In fact, everything in life has a memory because everything in it is made of the same stuff – intelligent energy.
Your cells store much more memory than you would imagine they do.
It actually remember more than your conscious mind does.
Not only do they have your DNA, but they also each experience all your emotions and your thoughts.
As a newly incoming soul, this was your first taste of ‘ what earth life is like .’
In there, in your mother’s womb, that was all you knew of the world.
That was all your growing cells and body knew to be the extent of physical life.
All these impressions bombarding you were being recorded by your cells.
All cells in your body are highly intelligent.
They are able to make conclusions that they accept as truths about life.
Your cellular memory actually helps you to move towards a better life, instinctively.
2. Your mind and body are one
Think about it.
When you see something with your eyes, the whole body sees it.
When you imagine something in your mind, your body literally acts as if the imagined events were real, to one extent or the other.
Not a single thought crosses your mind without it affecting your whole body to some extent.
Even your emotions are held in various forms in your body.
This is because the body is like a mini-mind.
It is an extension of your mind.
The separations are not real; it is only we who perceive them to be there due to the way we have taught ourselves to categorize nature.
In reality, your body, mind and soul are One but in three seemingly different forms.
In other words, your body is your soul in chemical clothing/disguise.
3. Being born is your greatest trauma
Children feel a lot.
They are able to sense things adults can’t (have forgotten how to).
They suffer tremendously over ‘ small ‘ things that adults may not even take notice of.
In many ways, birth is the most traumatic part of a person’s life.
At birth, the baby feels all the force of the emotions all around it from the mother and everyone else.
It also, for the first time, experiences loud noises and shouts, bright lights that it is not yet used to, the comparatively rough textures on its new soft skin, perhaps a slap on its bottom from the doctors… they come out not smiling but usually crying in shock.
If as an adult you deeply believe life is harsh and dangerous, imagine what it must feel like for a newborn, and you will see where such patterns of belief started to form.
Now, what happened during the period between conception and birth is that your growing body was ‘ cooking ‘ in the ‘ psychic soup ‘ that it found itself in.
This psychic soup is the entire range of experiences, thoughts, worries, words, actions, and state of being of your mother and father.
You literally felt every emotion your mother felt, felt her worries, felt your dad’s worries and ideas about life (all life is inherently telepathic), how they related to each other, what they felt about having a baby, and so on.
4. You chose your parents before birth
And as you will see, none of this is the parent’s ‘ fault ‘ as such.
It is instead a very precise move by the incoming soul.
The soul picks a set of parents and a period in their life where its new body will be impregnated with very specific psychic and physical inputs that allow the body to be infused with the seeds that enable the soul’s purpose for incarnating.
Within very calculated bounds, this selection is extremely specific.
You cannot blame your parents any more than you can blame your Self for choosing to incarnate with such specific intent.
No soul is forced to do so; it always makes its own choice.
No soul is ever a victim of circumstances in any way.
A soul chooses to incarnate for very specific reasons.
5. Your current beliefs begun forming in the womb
As a fetus grows in the mother’s womb, it experiences an increasingly smaller space.
Where it was once floating freely in the earlier months, it now feels confined as the pregnancy proceeds.
The aspects of life that the fetus/baby found painful or fearful are right there, stored in the cellular memory even decades after that exposure, a memory that carries on in later life just as DNA does, until it is changed.
And they color the person’s life after that, as you will see.
The point is, fetuses and babies feel a whole lot more than we pretend they do, and it colors everything after that.
The entire range of impulses that a baby goes through is infinite in its variety – each baby goes through its own set of widely varying experiences.
What you have to keep in mind is that even the little things matter!
Don’t ignore them.
For example, if the mother was constantly worrying about her ability to care for the baby once it is born, the baby will feel this and conclude something to the effect that the fact of life is that sustenance is a problem and has to be fought for and worried over.
And this becomes their ‘fact of life‘ transparent belief.
We are calling it transparent because the baby does not recognize it as a conscious belief but feels it in its cells and body as an imprint, an inexplicable feeling of what life is.
If the father is worried and stressed about gaining finances by the time the 9 months are up and the baby is born and pushes himself hard to get there ‘ on time ‘ , the baby will be imprinted with an urgency to work hard against time or face an imagined threat, and a time-pressured workaholic will be born.
Another example: when the doctor holds the baby upside down by the legs upon birth, the baby is suddenly thrust from an environment that supported its back and head into one where it is hanging upside down with no support, with strain, and with blood dizzyingly rushing to the head.
A fetus that has parents who wish they didn’t have it because of their fear of rejection from their society (perhaps for traditional reasons like having a baby out of wedlock) will develop a nagging sense of not belonging and this will emerge as shyness, withdrawal, and self-hatred.
Many people who have nightmares of being plunged into darkness can find the root cause here.
6. Transcendence and joy is your life purpose
The primary reason for every soul is to enjoy life and to grow by experiencing and transcending specific aspects of its own choosing, thereby achieving mastery and eventual full awareness and application of itself in physical existence.
This increasing awareness, consciousness and mastery are the path of evolution of consciousness.
7. Your thoughts and emotions aren’t truly “yours”
As soon as you were born, you had the ability to feel, to experience, to form beliefs based on your interpretation of experience.
In summary, you could take it all in.
Before the age of approximately one and a half years old, a child has not fully developed the ability to differentiate between itself and others.
It cannot yet “separate” the emotions, thoughts, and so on, of the parents and others around it from that of itself.
For example, it feels the emotions of the mother but it is not able to identify them as “mother’s emotions”.
It is highly co-dependent.
How many emotional patterns and beliefs did you collect before you were able to separate them as being or not being from within yourself?
Before the age of about 3 years, a child has not yet developed a reasonable ability to apply simple logic to incoming ideas.
It therefore has no filters and no frame of reference.
If you tell it that XYZ is bad or good, it has no frame of reference with which to take your concept, observe it, test it for internal truth, then accept or reject it based on its own testing.
It simply takes in what it is told and assumes it to be true.
8. The process of conditioning created the ego
Conditioning, the process of training you to act in a particular way, was done when you were not old enough to question and understand it.
And were your sources right?
Children tend to idolize their parents, to deify them, to believe that everything they say and do is right.
But parents are human like everyone else.
They have many correct and incorrect ideas of life and self.
And like everyone else, the incorrect ideas are mixed in with the correct ones, and the parent assumes all are correct!
And where do parents get their ideas from?
Well, like everyone else, they got them when they were young and being conditioned mainly from their parents.
And so on and on.
Human children are born innocent, peaceful and pure, and through conditioning they assume a self-image, a mask self, an ego, a collection of beliefs of what they have been told they are and so on, and they operate through that mask self in life.
Liberation is achieved when the mask self is transmuted through allowance, love and understanding, and the true self emerges.
9. Conditional love caused self-hatred
We call ourselves civilized but if we were to place ourselves on the big picture, then it is quite evident that we are somewhere in the early adolescent phase of humanity’s overall growth.
Most of all, we have not understood and mastered unconditional love.
By that extension, hardly any parent at all is able to give their child full unconditional love, no matter how good they are.
In the areas in which you did not experience unconditional love either from others or from yourself, you developed a degree of self-hatred, a wall of fear (fear of the part of yourself that you hate or are ashamed of), and a mask-self to cover that up.
I know that there are some items on this list that can be heavy to take in.
And so, allow me to end on a positive note.
No matter what type of trauma you’ve encountered in the past, there are things that you should develop within yourself that will help you heal.
They are the following:
- Unconditional self-love
If you want to learn more about these concepts, I’ll be writing about them in my blog.
I also wrote the book Who Am I? Finally, a Simple Answer the Question, “How Can I Be Happy?”
Thank you for reading this post and till next time!