Pure Consciousness Isn’t An Altered State

Unfortunately, many are lead to believe that pure consciousness – our ultimate reality – is some sort of mysterious, altered state of consciousness. It isn’t.

We live in that altered state now, just following everyone else, and believing that everything we are told is real.

Belief is hocus-pocus, accepting that something exists without proof.
Hocus-pocus: a sleight of hand designed to trick or conceal the truth. “Hocus Pocus” was a phrase adopted by magicians, and is believed to be a perversion of a Latin blessing from the Catholic mass in the 17th century: “Hoc est corpus meum” or “This is my body.”

By adhering to beliefs, consciousness becomes confused and deluded; it is that which is the mystery – the altered state of consciousness – and not pure consciousness.

Pure consciousness is just seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching, or being without a biased memory attaching itself to the sensation.

Pure consciousness is quite ordinary and natural.
The only magic in pure consciousness is the vanishing of belief.
Ordinary: with no special or distinctive features; normal.

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