Knowing the truth about your real self, as we discussed previously, is an act of purity. “Purity” means unmixed, unadulterated, unalloyed. Therefore, purity implies oneness, doesn’t it? One substance, without anything foreign mixed in. We routinely wash our bodies because we have a natural desire to remove anything foreign from our physical being. So, when we reject foreign, limited concepts about ourselves, we are expressing purity. We don’t want our consciousness to hold “poisons” and foreign impurities such as anger, hurt, frustration, and other negatives, because they may take form as disease, including high blood pressure, heart attacks, and migraines.”
Before going further, let’s review another Silent Master Image:
Your Silent Master is your Real Self,
your original Self….
It is your eternal Selfhood that exists
apart from your brain (which is a sensory processor only)
and the personality traits imposed on you
from your environment.
Have you created yourself mostly with information coming from outside yourself? The answer may not be clear. Be very honest. In the first chapter, I mentioned dependency as being one of the first concepts you developed, and I discussed how your early dependency on others may have caused you to conform to their expectations about you.