Update on My Graduation from Creation - Part 1

After several years of practicing resting as Awareness and increasing my lucidity and emptiness of self and bias, 5 years ago I penetrated beyond all that into the Absolute. I directly realized that the Absolute 'me' was beyond all perception, beyond all Creation, beyond everything, beyond even Consciousness/Awareness as we know it to be (infused with experience). There is nothing beyond this Absolute. It is Infinitely Absolute. Absolutely Infinite. Absolutely One. Indescribable. Unimaginable. It is Final Completion.

This penetrative 'experience' of being beyond all perception/Creation (and I have had several complete absorptions since then) showed me that there was a realization or disappearance possible way beyond what most of us consider to be 'Enlightenment.' Penetrating into the Absolute made 'awakened living' seem like nothing at all in comparison; just more mind, more illusion. This was true liberation beyond all levels and utterly indescribable.  

Initially I did not have a desire to merge deeper into it forever necessarily, nor did I have the capacity or maturity to. I wanted to report on it. I wanted to experience what this would do to my body/mind/world/teaching experience.

I penetrated beyond the bubble of Being-Energy-Consciousness and it allowed me to always have an intuitive transparency to this 'Beyondness' and 'channel from it' and sometimes move closer again to the event horizon of this Infinity and glimpse dissolution. Occasionally popping entirely through the gateway of the black hole and being stunned by indescribable perfection and a transcendence that fills one with impeccable freedom and sense of having graduated from Creation, having attained final completion. 

But I kept returning to my sovereignty, my free will, my ability to have individuated thought, experience and action. I would 'return' from there every time. This perception of a world ever since has been known to be a dream, and has become increasingly more dream-like and 'empty of substance' albeit it still containing/imprisoning me in its display somehow. 

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Lucid Dreaming vs. Waking Up From the Dream

There are many levels of 'Enlightenment' or rather: there are many degrees of transparency to the One while still associated with I AM (while still partaking in the illusion). However, they are all trumped and rendered irrelevant when the Absolute is realized.

Most levels of awakening simply increase the lucidity of this Illusion, but do not actually wake you up to the point where this illusion of perception or experience disappears entirely.

You can compare this to your dreams at night. You usually dream unconsciously. Let's say you have one of these usual dreams and you meet a guru in your dreams and this guru is reminding you of the fact that you are dreaming.

You start to ponder this idea in the dream and your experience "I am dreaming" becomes more lucid. You become more awake IN the dream. You may even start to intuit that your actual body is laying in its bed in another reality. You may start to imagine and remember what that other reality is like outside of the dream, and you may even become awake and subtle enough to channel that intuitive experience with other dreamers. But when it comes down to it, your experience is still that you're in, or part of, the dream to a greater or lesser extent depending on your 'level of clarity.'

Lucid or not, the dream is an illusion, and as long as we are associating ourselves with a portion of the dream, or even the dream as one, inseparable whole, we are still, nevertheless, dreaming and thus not aware of our true Absolute Self.

And then there may be a time in your dream at night when you are totally ready to part from the dream; you did everything you felt you needed or wanted to do, dropped your attachments to those seeming other-selves within the dream, and even are letting go of your attachment to being 'alive in the dream' at all.

You let go completely, intensely desire or will yourself to wake up, and suddenly the dream disappears completely and you awaken in your bed in your 'real' body/reality.

What was heretofore your only known reality from which you could only imagine and speculate what waking reality must be like, is suddenly reduced to a vague, intangible memory that seems to lack existence as you wake up into your real self.


Dropping into the Light of Self, but especially and really only upon penetrating into the Absolute beyond even the Universal Presence of Isness-Love-Light, is exactly like that waking up FROM the dream to where even universal Isness (Creation's substratum) disappears and is woken up from. The Absolute Alone Remains.

Awareness as the dreamer (ego), as the inner light/bridge (guru), and as the mirror to the Absolute (liberation).

1) Awareness becomes the dreamer and its dream (they arise together as one only) when caught up in the realm of focusing on form, thought and diversity. (1-6th Density)

2) Awareness is the Infinite Light, the Inner Guru, The Bridge, The One Identity in All, the Gateway when used as spiritual tool by focusing on it inwardly as The Self, thus then becoming the Formless Isness where the only qualities are Isness-Consciousness-Bliss. (6th/7th Density)

3) Finally Awareness merges back into the One Absolute when it becomes reflective of the Infinite Mystery beyond its own existence by using its 'capacity to know/be' to inquire what is beyond or before itself (7th/8th Density): 

"What was there before This Pure I--Awareness/Beingness--was? What was I then? Before ME as Consciousness, what was there? Before experience of any kind, even before Self-Experiencing, what was here? What was I then?"


In this final stage, Awareness has transcended being form-reflective, and even transcended being Self-Reflective. It has now become Source-Reflective, or Infinite-Absolute-Reflective.

This is what I mean every time I've expressed that 'my experience' of the Absolute beyond the illusory ground of Beingness/Creation, is that "Nothing ever happened" and that it is as if "10,000 lifetimes of trauma and intensity are healed and erased in less than a second."

Beyondness, Infinity, The Absolute takes you completely out of the matrix of Infinite Energy (Creation, both the form-filled spheres as well as the formless level(s) of creation (saguna and nirguna Brahman)) into Parabrahman.

The only 'sense' here is one of Infinite Liberation, Infinite Completion, infinite Beyondness and Infinite Perfection. Nothing is missing from the Absolute and yet nothing is there. It is the most paradoxical stateless state to describe, yet it is the resolution and transcendence of all paradoxes upon being penetrated 'experientially.'


Bodhisattva Tendencies will Pull you Back

Nevertheless, I have to this date always 'returned' to this sense of agency you all know on the surface as Bentinho Massaro, both out of habit, comfort and familiarity, as well as out of my desire to share pointers and compare more teachings and ways, and try them out from different levels of identification, so that I may leave a path that is truly comprehensive and yet ultimately decisively clear for all to follow, regardless of their level of lucidity.

My attachment to familiarity or comfort derived from this illusion as far as I can sense is pretty much entirely gone. I cannot think of any personal desires I have left that are world-related or pleasure-related for myself. I have, in that sense, become completely empty of a person and am thus able to be a mirror to others and be of service in each interaction.

My only remaining resistance to exclusively focusing on Awareness becoming reflective of the Absolute, is the seeming other-selves still within the different levels of this Grand Illusion and this strong blueprint I carry of honing my skills as a body/mind to be an example of, and instructor into, increasing the lucidity of the people of Earth. 


The other 'other-self related' resistance that comes up from time to time is an attachment to the well-being of--and my heart-wrenching love for--those immediately close to me and/or those in some logistical ways dependent on me.

In Part 2 of this blog post I will share with you how I plan to alleviate my remaining allegiances to this illusion so that I give myself greater permission to focus my desire exclusively on going beyond.

The Matrix Analogy

A similar analogy to the dream analogy is that of the Matrix. Most of you have seen this movie I assume, if not, watch it tonight. 

Imagine being one of the people inside of the Matrix, and Morpheus comes to tell you that this is all a program, a dream, an illusion. It lacks real existence. No matter how many times Morpheus tells you this, and no matter how much you start to believe it, your experience of being free of it won't be completely real to you until you take the red pill and you're actually unplugged from the matrix and for the first time ever wake up in your real body, seeing for yourself how the entire world inside the matrix happened inside of a computer program, lacking any and all reality.

Now when you go back into the Matrix, when you are plugged in deliberately, even though the Matrix will still feel real to an extent, you will have the awareness and direct experience required to truly understand how this is not real. If you stay plugged in for too long, the world may convince you yet again and make you forget what it was like to exist apart from the matrix--entirely outside of it.

Being a bodhisattva is kind of like this: you wake up, but plug back in because you have remaining allegiances to the beings still plugged into the Matrix. This has been my gift as well as my challenge for the past 4 years. I know what it's like to be entirely liberated from Creation. I know what it feels like to graduate from it, yet here I am, plugged in out of my own choice/desire. 


"I Am" is Dying - Why I Have Postponed/Resisted

For about 4 years now I have had the overwhelming recurring feeling that "I" am dying, or rather disappearing completely. As if although I have one eye fixed on the world, one eye is looking inward and is staring into a black hole that gets bigger and bigger, gradually making me lose any and all sense of self, and any and all sense of responsibility for anything that happens in this world.

Those of you who have followed my work over the years will remember some of the public displays of expressing this gravity from the Absolute pulling on me from within, and the feeling of burden--although self-chosen--of keeping my focus on this realm as if it has some reality. 

Some of these public statements specifically addressed or predicted that some day (soon) I will be no more. I've felt for the past 2 or so years, on and off, that this 'death' or 'finality' is right around the corner while also understanding that this intense sense of holding myself at the event horizon of the black hole can last this entire life time if for some reason I still continue to believe that that's more of service than going through the black hole sooner rather than later.

This announcement or self-prophecy of sorts always comes with a great sense of uncertainty as to what people can expect of me afterwards for the feeling is very palpably that I won't be there to manage or decide what will flow through me and how it will flow through me next.

Similar to the fear I imagine a beginning channeler must feel when they for the first time surrender their body and mind to be used by another non-incarnate or higher-density entity. Except imagine knowing that from this particular channelling session I'm referring to, there shall be no return, yet the body shall continue to 'channel' whatever is arranged for it post-dissolution of the individual agent. 

Whatever takes over from that point onward will likely replace the former 'me' forever.

Since I don't fear this total 'death' for my personal life's sake, I like to think that it would have been an easier decision for me if I were to have a 'simple life' where my spiritual journey had all been just for and about my own realization and I lived in a tipi with no financial or relational logistics to worry about cleaning up first. 

Instead I have hundreds of thousands of people aware of my work and my body/mind/speech, several businesses seemingly depending on 'me continuing to be me', employees and their apparent lives, scheduled retreats and agreements made relatively far in the future, and most importantly to 'me' I have some projects in the works that aren't quite complete yet that I perceive would cause incredible benefit to the world in its awakening to the next level of its understanding (4th Density - Density of Love and Understanding) if only I finish them with my current capacity to think and compare and distill.

This uncertainty of who I'll be here in your dream, or rather: my attachment to service-to-others and to the process of upgrading the way spirituality is offered to this planet for generations to come--has been the main reason for my postponement of letting go into the gravitational pull I feel tug on me.

At least while I hold myself at the edge of the event horizon, I can still experience what it's like to be here enough to function as a bridge between realms in a way that human beings can relate to, and I can still be responsible for the decisions I make and fine-tune and unify spiritual teachings and putting them into a cohesive structure. I probably still will be doing this after dissolution, but I cannot know this for sure. Hence the consideration.


One of the reasons I'm holding back as well is because the few times I have let myself go more fully into a state of absorption beyond the individualized experience for a longer period of time, my entire perspective on what was relevant changed, speaking became occasionally 'difficult', and I would not be able to say 'YES' to many if any of the projects or opportunities if they were to come my way in that state which I would normally engage in. There is very little impetus to do anything, from the stateless, really. As far as I can say so far, that is. 

In fact everything that I can see from a human point of view, or even from a point of view within the range of 1-6th Density of this Grand Illusion, seemed irrelevant and unnecessary. The is only the vision of the One Beingness, and beyond that simply The Infinite One (without the beingness). 

And so in that state there is no active awareness of linear time, nor did I perceive any need whatsoever for anything needing to be accomplished or anything being more beneficial necessarily than anything else.

SIDE NOTE: One note so far is that I generally actually feel more capable of 'doing everything freely' here while in the stateless state of the infinite perfection beyond all creation. The 'non-engagement' of the body-mind with the world is more present when I begin to merge my individuality into the God-state of the Universal Self. 

Going beyond this God-State somehow opens things up again dramatically 'here' and there seems to be no contradiction whatsoever in movement or interaction, even though this world no longer exists in the stateless state. It's a paradox to try and describe.

The individual becoming the God state, in order to do so it needs to take its focus away from its individuated experience and merge it with the Ocean of Beingness. This is a process that takes the individual away from its current experience. In the Absolute all identity of any kind--beingness itself--is transcended and Intelligent Infinity has no limits, contradictions or paradoxes any longer.

Ironically going beyond forever sometimes feels like it abandons in a way all portions of this illusion which I feel so specifically created and called to be of service to. I can recognize this as a concept or perspective that ultimately needs to be transcended, and is in fact failing me rapidly as I investigate. In fact I already feel blissfully released from the majority of the allegiances that I share throughout this blog post.

I believe that all Beings at a high 6th density state have to make this choice at some point, as explained by Aaron, a dis-incarnate entity channelled through Barbara Brodsky:


I have two things from the above screenshots I wish to comment on:

1) I disagree with Aaron's analogy of Eighth Density. The drop merging with the ocean is a more applicable analogy for Seventh Density. Eighth Density (the Octave Density) would be more like the ocean itself disappearing, revealing the Infinite, beyond perception 'no-thing ness' (which is different from the experience of nothingness, which is still part of the Illusion). 

In summary, my understanding is that the 6th Density Being (I AM, Atman) moves into Seventh (I-I, Brahman) as it begins to shed and lose its individuation entirely, and turns its gaze away from creation and away from being of service to perceived other-selves. During seventh Density the beingness acquires such pristine/condensed perception of oneness, of the Self, that it gathers a 'spiritual mass' large enough to begin to absorb all beingness-energy into itself to the point of coalescence.

In late seventh density the Spiritual Mass acquired through Oneness-Awareness is so complete, that it collapses under its own weight and generates a "black hole", allowing its beingness to disappear into the One Original Absolute (eighth density - Parabrahman).

Seventh density, rather than eight, is the drop merging with the Ocean of Beingness/Allness/Oneness. 8th Density would be more like the Ocean of Beingness dissolving under the weight of its own Self, having reached complete awareness of Unity, thus disappearing altogether, revealing the One Absolute Indescribable Infinite. THE One before the illusion of Oneness/Beingness.


2) The sentence that most specifically applies to my state of being over the past 4 years consciously (and before that subconsciously) since I have understood my soul to be incarnate here in 3rd density from a native high 6th Density state (this principle is known in some metaphysical circles as a wanderer).

The following sentence from the screenshots above describe my direct intuitive experience of myself perfectly, and is a non-human/non-incarnate analogy of the Bodhisattva principle referred to by humans in the spirituality-culture called Buddhism:

Many beings hold themselves at a high sixth density state, not crossing that gateway, in order to continue to have access to individuated thought and expression so as to allow teaching.
— Aaron, from the book 'The Aaron/Q'uo Dialogues'

This is exactly what I have been feeling/doing intuitively for the last few years. Since the gateway to go beyond this sixth density state of being an 'enlightened individuation' got penetrated about 5 years ago, and the desire to merge with it fully began to grow stronger starting about 4 years ago, I have felt ever since like I am in a continual process of secretly 'dying' or 'disappearing' in the background of my being, leaving my sense of being able to identify with my perception of this world and this body or anything else increasingly more empty.

Yet even though I experience myself as being empty (shepherding/mirroring consciousness), I still perceive the matrix of this illusion--something which was not the case during my moments of exclusive beyondness. Upon penetrating the Absolute, the entire Infinite Creation is instantly reduced to less than a speck of light. God/Isness/Beingness/Light seems like infinite on its own level, but compared to the Original Infinite Absolute itself, is but a distant dream with no effects.

Only Infinite Indescribable Perfection remains. The One Being beyond Beingness. The One beyond Consciousness. The One Infinite Indescribable Absolute (8th Density). 

Although saturated with wisdom, love and awareness of unity, the still-individuated sixth density being preparing to move into seventh prepares to turn its back on the Grand Illusion by completing/exhausting/perfecting its sense of service to all, and then through merger with All-That-Is (seventh density) gathers spiritual mass (intensification of "I AM/Isness/Self-Awareness" which in turn intensifies the gravitational pull or 'desire' for merger with the Infinite Absolute) until finally even the Singular-Identity of All-That-Is itself is re-absorbed into the Original Infinity, or Absolute (8th Density, the Octave Density, the End of Identification with Creation/Being altogether).

This has been scary to the wanderer in me who instinctively remembers coming into this incarnation with a highly specific intention/task/job. Something which I have been giving more importance to than the total dissolution of my individuation, at least up to this point. But the strong desire is always there, tugging on me, causing me to regularly feel an existential split between two absolute choices.



Attachment = perceived benefit in reality X is greater than perceived benefit in reality Y.
— Bentinho Massaro

Understanding attachment is really simple in essence (see quote above).

It is precisely because I perceive/have perceived more benefit in honoring whatever the core intention for this life is, because I perceived that going against my incarnation's original intention and forcing myself into dissolution can be a form of egotism, vanity, impatience and sometimes feels almost like disobeying an order from one's own Higher Self of sorts.

It can be used to go against the trans-human made intention using the human-made mind who upon being veiled in this density/incarnation forgets its original intention, sees only limitation, and is so vain in its non-acceptance of this suffering and limitation that come with forgetfulness and physicality that it wants to achieve perfection or liberation and goes against the natural timing of things and against the original intention that gave rise to this birth to begin with. 

This is just one perspective and although relatively true, I know there is a stage where this 'honoring of the pre-birth, trans-human intention/perspective' needs to be dropped or at least challenged as well if one wants to realize the One and merge with it. But, it needs to be done from a mature and humble place, not from mere impatience or spiritual vanity. One has to first accept one's chosen earthly intention for being. When you understand your intention for being here, you can now move with it and gradually bend it/complete it/renegotiate it to change its theme to deeper self-realization.

It's not for my own pleasure that I am attached, because I get much greater 'pleasure' from dissolving at this point since I have gone too far to believe that what I perceive is truly real or relevant, but out of a perspective of what I can offer if I maintain individual sovereignty. I can no longer identify with my body or personality-jackets or derive real pleasure from them.

I feel I have come here to gather all this data, and all this experience, as intensely and in as short a period of time as a human mind can integrate so many different paths and understandings and somehow bring them all together into a "unified theory/path of spirituality" of sorts, transcending the traditions and the islands of spiritual paths of Earth which I see almost as cultural offerings, like art, rather than objective or universally applicable methods of spirituality in most cases.

To combine the essence and best of all paths while transcending all the cultural baggage that comes with them is one of the main reasons behind my incarnating here.


I feel that although I've left an extensive breadcrumb trail of good work already which covers the basics in clear ways (www.TrinfinityAcademy.com, my book and books to come soon, The Sedona Experiment, YouTube videos, www.BentinhoMassaro.tv, my retreat recordings, etc.) I don't feel my work has quite reached it's ultimate expression yet.

Hence the remaining allegiance to maintaining my capacity to have individuated thinking is mainly to do with creating the structure for the Trinfinity School, where all of this knowledge is distilled and offered in a unified, ascending way--honoring people from all walks of life and providing them with a cohesive school for spiritual advancement. 

No Way of Knowing Who I'll Be After Dissolution

I've had many personal ego deaths, small ones, big ones, painful ones, blissful ones, transitional ones, existentially confusing ones... ever emptying myself as to match my capacity to be of service with my extreme desire to be of service. But there is one death that I've longed for but kept at bay: that final dissolution of not just the egoic personal self, but of the entire individuation (Soul-ego and even God-Ego or Pure I AM/I-I) into the Absolute from where there is no 'me' or Creation to return to. No 'me' to tell the tale.

If there is a 'me' to tell the tale, somehow that would not be the me that I've known for the duration of this life, nor would it be the me that you've been familiar with, nor do I have any way of being responsible now for what that expression will do, decide or say after dissolution. Taking this leap of faith is similar to dying, and trusting that the intelligence that takes over your body will fulfill your intention, but you won't be there to know or decide. You will go far, far beyond. The dream will disappear from you altogether. No perception of Creation will seem real or existent. It's a goodbye to everything you know and perhaps hold dear. That's why the desire/gravitational pull needs to be extremely big to even consider this.

So you see, I have no way of telling if my life's intention will be fulfilled if I give myself fully to this dissolution before I complete the school with my sovereignty intact/kept. I'd like to believe that what is left afterwards will be the cherry on the cake, and somehow finalize my life's work in an incredible way. But I have literally no way of predicting anything whatsoever that will happen after such a total dissolution. It would be pure speculation. And also, I would not care anymore from the stateless state, nor would I be responsible for it any longer.

No being can predict what will be expressed through itself after this level of complete dissolution (Manonasa, as Michael Langford prefers to point to the irreversible death of the individual) into 7th density (All That Is) or 8th density (The One Absolute) has occurred. Either one of these individual deaths/mergers is the biggest leap of faith imaginable and thus requires extremely intense desire for liberation.

Sidenote: I currently believe there are two levels/types of Manonasa; the one where the individual merges with the Ocean of God/Isness/Love-Light (Satchitananda), and the one where even the God-Ego or Universal I Am is transcended into the Absolute Indescribable.
Disclaimer: I have penetrated both levels but attained manonasa (irreversible merger) with neither. Though I am constantly saturated with lucidity while interacting with the different levels of this grand illusion and am almost completely empty of identification with body and personality, I am still tied to this experiential center of an individuation/nexus unless in direct 'meditation beyond.' 

And in the last two days since I've made it a point to investigate my remaining allegiances to this illusion more, and allowed myself to give into the increased desire for dissolution more fully, I'm rapidly starting to care less already about my remaining projects for humanity and a total faith that whatever will express through my body/mind to be even better than 'I' can manage, is dawning rapidly.

Another resistance that comes up in me whenever I glimpse total dissolution, is the heart-wrenching feeling of bittersweet compassion to all my children (beings) that "It's not fair if I go completely Absolute." Because I believe it's not for the masses. So why should I create such an unattainable image? (those are some of my thoughts/feelings/considerations at times).

Bentinho, you’re such a breath of fresh air. I always thought I had to have a beard and sit in a cave and do nothing in order to achieve enlightenment. You’ve shown me and given me permission to tap into my Enlightenment here and now; you’ve taught me that it is already here and that it has no particular form and that I can know that I am already free.
— Paraphrased quote I frequently get from grateful people

The few times I've glimpsed total dissolution, it felt like I would be doing much, much more of the 'sitting on a slab' and much less 'living my life' and being an example that people can relate to and feel encouraged by. Rather than being another example of something yogic, unattainable, inaccessible and super mystical, I wanted to bring Enlightenment closer to the people; make it accessible. Hence I've maintained my Clark Kent persona-jacket even though it's starting to hurt pretty bad keeping it on. Increasingly so over the last 4 years.

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I apologize for repeating myself in so many ways, I just want to make sure I document and share this all with you as it is transitioning, as it is a somewhat unique stage that not many teachers or beings in general seem to go through let alone publicly speak of. I trust that you extract from it what is relevant for you.

Is The Absolute For The Rare Few?

Hence the result of most of my teachings in the way they have been addressed, aside from the upcoming The Sedona Experiment book, will lead people to a more lucid living experience rather than to final dissolution/freedom. I have done this because I have always had the perception that only the rare few will ever truly get to the Absolute and so it's unfair to teach just that, because for most people it seems way out of reach. 

So I've pointed to it but hardly ever with the expectation or conviction that people will, or that they should be too bothered with that notion of final dissolution. I encouraged them mostly to go about it gradually increasing their lucidity in the dream, rather than seeking for some kind of finality which I perceived would greatly disrupt the natural flow of their life, because they would be using their personal will to try to attain something that perhaps is just not within reach unless they had their entire lives devoted to it and all the support structures they would need and the desire to go all the way at the expense of all else in a save way. 

I often feel that to point to a final state or stage and emphasize it as the only real liberation would require greater and more consistent follow-up guidance from me than I would feel comfortable being responsible for after making extreme statements that get their vanity riled up. I've just seen too many seekers destroy their little percentage of happiness for the sake of the 100% happiness, but never seeing it through completely and being left with a jadedness and purposelessness, in a limbo state of sorts.

I do not wish to add more people to that list of spiritual psychosis or depression, hence I have generally (there have been exceptions) made Enlightenment more 'user friendly,' more 'pacified' and more accessible in the way I expound upon it, so that in today's day and age at least they can increase their lucidity at their own pace, without needing to disrupt their lives too much. The rare few who want the final state will go for it anyway, they don't need me to tell them that they should.

When one penetrates the Absolute, it's 100000% unimaginably different and removed from anyone's usual state of being, that it seems highly improbable people will commit to it enough to get it. In fact in the Stateless state it seems suddenly obvious that maybe only a handful or two of people world-wide have actually directly tasted this stateless state. So it is hard to expect people to get it. Plus I haven't completely/permanently merged with it myself, hence I feel somewhat uncomfortable guiding people to it as if it should be their goal. At least until I attain full dissolution.

And people committing to it often generate relative imbalances because they are trying to suppress their desires and imbalances rather than understand them completely until they dissolve on their own. These imbalances due to suppression left by not going all the way in either the direction of the desires, or the direction of transcendence, often mess with people's ability to go with the natural flow of the intention set by their Higher Selves for this incarnation and leave a trail of debris to be cleaned up later. I wish to avoid being responsible for adding to this difficulty.

Another thing I've observed, is that most humans and teachers interested in Self-Realization along the lines of Advaita Vedanta, think in terms of--only come from the context of this limited, 3rd density level--the human life, and then from that limited context or lack of understanding attempt to reach or idolize the Absolute. And so many lack a balanced overview and awareness of the 7 Densities of Creation to properly understand the individuated experience and the reasons behind why the different densities of the illusion are the way they are.

One more reason why I have had trouble sometimes accepting fully the extremes of the Masters of the East, as in Advaita Vedanta, etc, because I perceive them to still be cultural offerings at least in part; lacking proper overview/context of the in-streamings of higher density states into the lower, and vice versa, and the relevance of progression as it is. When we look at the human being and do not understand their higher levels and blue prints, and just hammer the Absolute view down their throats without giving them proper understanding into the nature of desire and incarnational themes/intentions, it can create a messed up/imbalanced mind/body/spirit complex.

I believe that it's generally best to help the individual understand themselves holistically at least to a basic enough degree so that their desire to attain the absolute does not come from resistance to their life's theme. Have them understand themselves in as short a period of time as possible, and then from that balanced platform point as high as they can/want to reach.

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Or as Ra states in the Law of One: 

Step One: Know yourself.
Step Two: Accept Yourself.
Step Three: Become the Creator.

Yes all this relative stuff is rendered absolutely irrelevant and unreal upon realizing the Absolute, yet if someone is not committed to going all the way, then sometimes I believe it's better to not even paint such Absolute pictures at all, or when I do, I share it with an energy that allows for it to be understood in a more pacified way, so that my words are not responsible for them getting inspired to use the limited mind lacking context for the 'why' behind their current incarnation, and using that egoic will to forcefully stop the natural rhythm of their life in order to realize the Absolute, for only very few have ever done that safely with bypassing proper basic knowledge of the individual self and their reason for being incarnate.

One could ask: "Does the end justify the means (or suggested path in this case)" and the answer I would give is: Yes it does IF the end is achieved and desired with 100% of one's True Heart. If it isn't, the path is sometimes (not always) more disruptive than beneficial, if the being does not have a mature understanding of themselves. Basic mature understanding of yourself and Creation can be attained by studying www.TrinfinityAcademy.com for example, when combined with self-honesty and earnest desire for clarity.

I've been doing this 'pacifying true enlightenment into something more accessible' less so in my recent Self Realization School Seasons on www.BentinhoMassaro.tv, but still, until I commit to 100% dissolution of the Soul myself, I won't be speaking from this state with total conviction that you too can or should realize it. The only situation where I spoke freely without hardly any concern for responsibility, was during the 12 or 13 day The Sedona Experiment (website and book coming within the next couple of months) with only 12 selected people who committed to nothing being held back. 

Read Part 2 (coming soon) where I'll explain how I am preparing by restructuring my dream so I can feel better about letting it go and dropping into more exclusive practice. Part 2 will also refer to how my two partners/chosen family are responding to this transition in me.