“All of humanity is searching for truth, justice and beauty. We are on an eternal search for the truth because we only believe in the lies we’ve stored in our mind. We are searching for justice because in the belief system we have, there is no justice. We search for beauty because it doesn’t matter how beautiful a person is, we don’t believe that person has beauty. We keep searching and searching, when everything is already within us.
There is no truth to find. Wherever we turn our heads, all wesee is the truth, but with the agreements and believes we have stored in our mind, we have no eyes for this truth.
We don’t see the truth because we are blind. What blinds us are all those false beliefs we have in our mind. We have the need to be right and to make others wrong. We trust what we believe, and our beliefs set up for suffering.
Your whole mind is a fog which the Toltecs called a ‘mitote’ . Your mind is a dream where a thousands people talk at the same time, and nobody understands each other. This is the condition of the human mind–a big ‘mitote’ , and with that big ‘mitote’ you cannot see what you really are. In India they call the ‘mitote maya’ , which means Illusion. It is the personality’s notion of “I am”. Everything you believe about yourself and the world, all the concepts and programming you have in your mind, are all the ‘mitote’. We cannot see who we truly are; we cannot see that we are not…
That is why humans resist life. To be alive is the biggest fear humans have. Death is not the biggest fear we have; our biggest fear is taking the risk to be alive–the risk to be alive and express what we really are. Just being ourselves is the biggest fear of humans. We have learned to live our lives to satisfy other people’s demands. We have learned to live by other people’s points of view because of the fear of not being accepted and of not being good enough for someone else.
During the process of domestication, we form an image of what perfection is in order to try to be good enough. We create an image of how we should be in order to be accepted by everybody. We especially try to please the ones who love us, like Mom and Dad, big brothers and sisters, the priests and the teacher. Trying to be good enough for them, we create an image of perfection, but we don’t fit this image. We create this image, but this image is not real. We are never going to be perfect from this point of view. Never!””