“A human being is part of the whole, called by us’ universe,’ a part limited
in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as
something separate from the rest — a kind of optical delusion of consciousness.
This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal
desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to
free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace
all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” – Einstein.
Humans are breathing on this planet earth for a valid reason. We are here to
form and ennoble life with compassion, empathy, and love. Yet, the increasing
differences between the human groups and our frequent disconnection have led
the world to be all chaotic. Yet, is there any viable solution to bring people
together and make this world a place to live, breathe, and sustain?
The consciousness expert, philanthropist, and the mastermind behind
4biddenknowledge.tv, as a channel that strives to ignite the consciousness
among humans, Billy Carson, reveals that the only thing that can make the world
a little less chaotic is the conscious presence of the human mind on this
planet earth. The conscious presence of humans can bolster this planet to go
embark on the journey of transformation through the necessary changes it
necessitates. We as humans are here to form the circumstances for the habitats
of this world to awaken from unconscious existence based on witlessness,
unlimited consumption, greed, and endless sorrow.
“The mere purpose of humans in this world is to strive to reach their
conscious life, grounded on unification with the divine
source, with an intention to formulate a better relationship with ourselves,
nature and the Universe. With this, we arrive together into another world of
high vibrations – a place of love and peace, a place with better human
connection, bringing humanity together. Yet, it all narrows down to first
learning, and mastering the self-consciousness,” says Billy Carson, the author
of the Best Selling Books: ‘The Compendium of the Emerald Tablets.’
Billy Carson shares that element of self-consciousness that is essential for
bringing humanity together is the awareness of the demands of society upon
oneself, the realization of one’s social duty and purpose in life, one’s
responsibility for the task with which one has been entrusted, the responsibility
to the community, the class, the nation, the country and, finally, to mankind
as a whole.
“Self-consciousness empowers a person to critically assess his own actions
of all sorts, including practical and theoretical, real or imaginary. This
analysis enables him to separate his internal world from what is going on
around him, to evaluate it, contrast or compare it with the outer world and
discover the real person that lies beneath the layers of skin, deep within his
soul,” says Carson.
The power of self-consciousness empowers people to arrive at logical
judgments about himself, or perhaps even condemnations. This makes it easier
for the human to judge their actions and thinking that contributes to extremism
lurking in this world, eradicating the gaps that the humans have based on
gender, religions, and ethnicities. “Self-consciousness is an indispensable
circumstance of education and self-education. To attain this education, you
need to discriminate between your trivial egocentrism, your passive contemplation,
and the profound self-consciousness with its subtle foundation made of moral
values, that unleashes your place and your purpose of existence in the world,”
says Billy Carson.
Egocentric reflection and introspection that connects with the
self-gratification, and the egoist’s most cherished hub of attention, deters or
even intrudes the purpose of humanity in this world. Such an individual can
never be of help for others or even himself, for one can help oneself only
through helping others, and that is how that rule of humanity works. “On the
contrary, a profound self-consciousness implying sensible attitudes of
self-criticism elucidates the purpose of action and kindles a person’s mind
with a sense of being needed by others, by society, and produces a sense of
true happiness. In fact, the guts to do self-criticism is a sign of an
extremely established self-consciousness,” says Billy Carson.
The key to bringing humanity together is to create a self-conscious mind
capable of analyzing everything in his own ego and rooting out mercilessly
everything he considered to be illusory or unworthy of his true purpose in
life. It often seemed to him that this habit might one day destroy the whole.
Such reasoned self-criticism, rather than a stolid smugness, preserves and strengthens
the harmonious integrity of the human personality, as it likewise enhances the
bond between humans, diminishing gaps and bringing them together.