Collective Consciousness Versus Spiritual Awakening. What could that choice mean for you?
The May issue of my free monthly newsletter helps you consider… How are you going to use your free will.
Because anybody can be a follower. Or — you guessed it! Anybody can choose to be a leader.
Even before the newsletter is published (aiming for May 22) you may have a lot to say about Collective Consciousness. Especially after reading what follows here.
Collective Consciousness Versus Spiritual Awakening
Today, did you do any of these?
- Say things out loud, when alone. (A.k.a. Talking to yourself)
- Talk to other people.
- Send an email or text. Or post a blog comment.
- Give somebody advice.
- Turn on media, of some sort or another; then pay attention for two minutes or longer.
If you’ve answered YES to even one of these questions, congratulations! You’ve been contributing to Collective Consciousness.
Hey, What’s Collective Consciousness?
Collective Consciousness is an underlying factor in human feelings, thinking, expecting, and understanding.
Consider it the sum total of human behavior on earth. Because all of the popular memes add up. Until they become like ruts in the road of human behavior. Although a person’s speech can be highly original, often it’s far easier to go with the flow…
Erggg. Collective Consciousness Brings Us Terrible Clichés
Hugely influential, that flow of clichés! Expectations that “Nobody does abc.” And “Everybody believes xyz.” And “If you’re a good person, of course you qrw.”
- Nobody reads books, once they finish with school.
- Everybody believes in corporeal punishment. (Think I’m kidding? In 19 American states, teachers in public schools are allowed to hit their students.)
- If you’re a good person, of course you’re going to be miserable every day for the rest of your life because (qrw happened — fill in the blank).
- And “everybody knows” that victim tales make you “relatable.”
By contrast, Blog-Buddies, you happen to be somebody who thinks for yourself. I doubt you’d have found this blog post — or blog — unless you’ve already developed a lot of self-authority. Which means that you consider yourself the main authority in your life. So you make choices accordingly.
One Choice You Can Make, Regarding Collective Consciousness, Involves Belonging
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