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Old 09-15-2009, 07:02 AM   #1
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Default Awareness. What is it, and how do we attain it?

Awareness has many facets - so let’s just concentrate on a couple that are of concern to most of us here in the Avalon Forum.

UFOs, and ETs are the most obvious that spring to mind. The first, and major step on the road to Awareness, is to not disregard or ignore anything that ‘does not compute’ in your ‘belief’ system. Keeping an open mind will allow any data or information that will be of use to you, to be kept available for consideration at the appropriate time.

Don’t waste time and energy wondering whether UFOs and ETs exist - they do and have done for more years than humanity is aware of. If you can’t at least acknowledge that they do exist, try to accept them as possibly existing. The ability to do that is a small step on the pathway. Having doubts or uncertainties, will only hinder you on that pathway.

Imagine a doorway that is closed and locked. You can’t open that door until you find the key and unlock it. Now, imagine that while the door is in full view, it is also camouflaged. It is physically there but is disguised. Opening that door will bring you awareness.

Unknown to you, you actually have the key in your possession - you just haven’t recognized it or the door either. When your mind is free of doubts and disbelief, then little things will fall into place and you will discover either the key or the door. Once you have realized the significance of your discovery, things will happen that enable you to use the key to unlock the door to ‘awareness.’

It really is that simple. So don’t waste time by wondering whether things are possible or not - they are - even if you or your friends or family don’t think so. Remember the quotation - “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamed of in your philosophy.” William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616), "Hamlet", Act 1 scene 5
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