This post is a seed for a future article about “true relationship with the world.”

Recently, I have been asking the following questions:

  • What is the world?
  • What is true relationship with the world?
  • What is the work of true relationship with the world?
  • What is an individual’s true relationship with the world and work of true relationship with the world?

What is the world?

Root Meanings contains this sourced definition of “the world.”

What is true relationship with the world?

  • The one who experiences the world is in an intimate relationship with the world.
  • The one who is in relationship with the world is the creator of the world, the source of the world (whether or not this is realized).
  • True relationship with the world is to be the source and creator of the world, to know oneself to be the source and creator of the world, and to act accordingly.
  • To the extent that one is egoically identified, the world expresses conflict, destruction, and separation. To the extent that one is realized as THE SUPREME, the world expresses harmony, peace, and oneness.
  • The work of the one who experiences the world is to shift out of egoism and to cultivate realization all the way to Supreme Source-realization or Supreme Awakeness. This is the work of profound healing for one and all, which leads to Supreme Creatorship.
  • The world is a feedback mechanism that automatically reflects this healing. As one heals, the world heals. This is true for each seeming individual, as each one is the One who is All.
  • It is possible to do the work invisibly. In later stages, when one is working causally to heal the roots of the world completely, the work is necessarily invisible.
  • While one is working causally, so-called “others” emerge in the mandala of manifestation and engage in whatever ways are needed for individual, collective, and universal healing. It is essential to be clear about what is “mine to do” and what is the work of others. The collective healing process is greatly slowed down when one attempts to do what is not theirs to do.

What is the work of true relationship with the world?

The work of true relationship with the world is: (1) to release all obstacles to knowing oneself as THE SUPREME, (2) to shift out of ego and to cultivate Supreme Awakeness, (3) to work increasingly causally (and invisibly) to heal oneself and the world simultaneously, and (4) to engage only in what is optimal, including any true callings, and not the work of “others” in the mandala of manifestation.

What is an individual’s true relationship with the world and work of true relationship with the world?

An individual’s true relationship with the world and work of true relationship with the world are the same as above, with added specificity according to one’s conditioning and circumstances.

  • An individual’s true relationship with the world is being and knowing that they are the source and creator of the world that they are experiencing, and engaging in specific optimal ways that heal and honor all of life.
  • An individual’s work of true relationship with the world is: (1) to release all specific conditioning, including all beliefs, that obstruct awareness and knowing of being THE SUPREME, (2) to shift out of all specific egoic patterns that arise and to cultivate Supreme Awakeness, (3) to work increasingly causally (and invisibly) to heal one’s specific wounds and the world simultaneously, and (4) to engage only in what is optimal, including any true callings, and not the work of “others” in the mandala of manifestation.
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