This world is an illusion. Our lives are lessons we must learn. We spend a lot of time negotiating everyday stuff in order to make progress. Even when we are being lazy or abusive towards others, we are making progress towards the ultimate goal—to be one with the Source. This Source is everywhere around us in the form of this universe. It is inside us. Why then must we go through this process? If we are the Source that is inside us, why is there a need to improve?
The collective consciousness of the universe must grow. This is explained and displayed through the expansion of the universe. This is the only thing that happens no matter what scientists prove or disprove. The universe must grow; the Source must grow. This is the reason why we must evolve in our experiences: we must evolve with our memories, our achievements, through different lifetime, towards targets we have decided to meet.
In the world of the universe, or the Source, memories are equivalent to currency. In order to expand the consciousness, we must expand memories. In order to expand memories, we must continue to make them. This takes place through different lifetimes. The tasks, which our lives are based on, are the means through which we create these memories and expand our collective consciousness. No task, then, is good or bad. They all contribute towards the consciousness our universe is made of.

However, the tasks that generate love, peace, and happiness are the ones that contribute the most. Now you know why great leaders always focus on these three attributes—love, peace, and happiness.

 

集體意識

世間紅塵盡虛幻。人生就是我們必須學習的課程。我們花大量時間,處理日常俗務以求進步。即使懶惰或辱罵別人,亦正朝著最終目標進發—與生命之源合而為一。生命之源化身為宇宙,無處不在我們身邊。它就在我們裡面。那麼,為何還要經歷這過程?如果我們就是心中的生命之源,為什麼還有需要去提昇?
宇宙的集體意識必須不斷成長,其擴張正說明及解釋這一點。這是唯一在發生的事情,不管科學家如何證實或駁斥。宇宙必須擴展;生命之源必須成長。這正是為什麼必須從經驗中進步:必須隨我們的記憶、成就而進化,生生世世間,向已決定實現的目標進發。
在宇宙,或生命之源的世界裡,記憶等同貨幣。為擴大意識,亦必須擴展記憶。為了擴展回憶,我們必須繼續創造,這生生世世都在發生。學習課題,決定我們的人生,乃我們創造這些記憶和擴大集體意識的方法。所以課題並無好壞之分。它們全都對由彼此意識所構成的宇宙作出貢獻。
然而,能夠產生愛、和平和幸福的任務最富功德。現在你該知道為何偉大領袖總是聚焦於以下三種特質:愛、和平和幸福。

 

The Prism of Life (by Ansh Das, Signal 8 Press 2014)