M: I feel controlled by the world, but you seem to say that I have control. How do I control the world?
M: But if I see no need for control, doesn’t that continue to make me victim to the world’s control?
You will always feel controlled by that which is apart from you and so you feel compelled to impose control upon the parts, as opposed to the whole experience itself. This is why you will always feel controlled and alienated from your world.
What is whole requires no control, because it is unified as ONE. Seeing no need for control reunites you with your whole experience by returning it to its source. That which realizes itself as source, cannot be controlled by that which has no need to be controlled, because the parts no longer conflict.
M: So how do I make my experience of the world whole, in the recognition that I am the source of all my experiences?
M: Are you saying that I should not move out of the way if a bus is about to hit me?
M: That makes no sense. Death is not my goal. I don’t want to die!
M: So my goal of death creates an experience of dying?
The goal of death makes dying “real.” Yet, since it is delusional, it cannot be True. Your goal of death makes delusional experiences “real” for you. Fortunately, if what you make “real” is not True, then obviously you have nothing to fear.
M: So how do I “create”?
M: So how do I know what is real or not real?
M: You say that I have a goal of death. But I do not consciously choose to die.
Everything within consciousness is chosen, including the surrender of choice. You were not created to be victim to consciousness, because you ARE consciousness. Victimization is your choice.