Humankind, in general, lives in a sleep state. People’s consciousness, in reality, is their sleep-state consciousness. It is why they do not see the invisible world and its inhabitants around them. One’s complete and real Self is the ocean. The conscious self (what we call “I” or ego) is just a cork bobbing in that enormous and extraordinary ocean.
Individuals usually go through life in an almost sleep-like state without any awareness of what is going on around them regarding events or their dynamics. Consequently, they live unconsciously, far removed from reality.
Advanced ways of healing work for psychologically mature individuals that are willing and prepared to go beyond the usual. When the stage of psychological maturity is reached, the important thing is not to have more but to be more; that is, to increase one’s inner qualities and moral/intellectual achievements. When persons reach psychological maturity they place greater value on the possessions of the spirit, of a permanent reality, the loftier expressions of life.
Psychologically mature individuals are capable of telling the difference between the authentic values connected with self-realization and the transitory values connected with material existence.
This is a proposition-challenge for such individuals (patients or their family members). To be successful, they must possess SELF-CONFIDENCE and FAITH – that rational certainty between desire and the power to accomplish, leaving behind the perturbing “same old thing” of purely immediate, material ambitions.
You are gods and you can do everything that I do and much more, if you so desire it (early translations of John 10:34 and 14:12).
Identifying oneself with a god means enhancing qualities that lie unknown and asleep within. A spark aware of its power of combustion produces a blaze when exposed to fuel. When people realize that they possess such a resource, they can light a fire that will consume their vices, thus freeing up virgin space for helping oneself or their loved ones.
Those who are aware of their resources have the means to evaluate the potential for victory and they strive to achieve it, whereas those who are unaware give up under the pretext of their fragility, because deep down, they prefer it that way.
To act as a god one must be, not a physiological individual, but a psychological individual. Physiological individuals will prefer the treasures of immediate significance and application, whereas psychological individuals will analyze those that take precedence and will acknowledge the external ones as being useful and the internal ones as being real and permanent. Without neglecting the former, they will devote themselves to acquiring the more valuable, permanent ones.
With this mindset, they will overcome the fear of being ill, of facing problems related to mental health of their loved ones, for they know that all such factors are completely manageable, provided they assert their condition as gods and do all that is possible within the realm of personal effort. Consequently, they become an integral part of the universe, which invites them to master it.
Illness is a state that may be overcome even when it entails expiatory characteristics.
Conquering the universe begins with full development of patience, perseverance, and self-confidence which put one’s inner cosmos under control. In this endeavor, the psychological child, sleeping within and insisting on being comforted, gives way to the adult with a firm, confident, and disciplined will, who plans his or her acts and works diligently to attain satisfactory results.
The more inner light one has, the more one sees the hidden reality and tools available for him or her to reach the desired goals.
PSYCHOLOGICAL MATURATION MANDATORY STEPS (FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO BECOME A GOD):
- AFFECTIVE MATURATION. The experience of giving becomes enriching. Individuals stop being self-centered due to atavistic phenomena and become ablative, which is the goal of the process. They strive to forget themselves as they constantly bear their neighbor in mind. Affectivity promotes the predominance of complete giving. Individuals shine and overcome themselves.
- MENTAL MATURATION. Only AFTER reaching affective maturation can one experience mental maturation by finding freedom from limitations and emotional pseudo-necessities. Mental maturation is acquired through the emotions and the discernment which subsumes into a single whole (correct, real and compatible with the conscience) the various intellectual achievements. Concentrating on ideal objectives, rather than imagined ones, leads to thinking rightly.
- MORAL MATURATION, responsible for overcoming the instincts and immediate, coarse sensations. The scale of values breaks through the limitations of self-serving conveniences, supported instead by the codes of universal, age-old and perennial Ethics based on God. There are two moral senses: conventional (imposed by people), and legitimate (genuine, coming from God). You know which one is authentic.
- SOCIAL MATURATION – appears naturally after the preceding steps are complete. Psychological individuals fit harmoniously into society; they are unifiers, empathizers and natural leaders, promoting well-being and the joy of all-round living. They are kindly and rational, rich with sympathy, fraternity, love and peace.
Psychologically mature individuals live the infinite spectrum of aspirations to the good, the beautiful and the true, and empty of the ego, they reach the Self, becoming complete, ideal individuals on their way to the Infinite.
In the transience of the human condition, the deep Self must emerge and unleash its innate, invaluable resources, thanks to which the psyche consciously commands life, opening the immense range of paranormal perceptions.
In this cast of parapsychical perceptions, mediumistic resources blossom, fostering free transit between the two spheres of life: the physical and the spiritual.