Getting Advice from a Future You

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Getting Advice from a Future You

Tommie Kelly

Quote:There are many, many views on what the HGA is, and many alternative names – Deamon being a frequently used one. My understanding of the HGA, and the model I use, is that it is you, but the completed you. It’s the you when you have learned all your lessons, when you have everything worked out, when you have achieved enlightenment, when you have experienced all you have to experience, when you know all the things, – it’s the perfected you. Its you when you have gotten past all the bullshit, maya and illusions, and know yourself as you truly are.
In my workings, I call it: THE MASTER.

And it is my belief that The Master is what we are all ultimately aiming to become and some day, all going to plan, we will become this being.

Quote:...What has this got to do with THE MASTER? Well, here’s the thing: If I could somehow go back in time and talk to the nineteen year old me who lived in that shitty house who wanted to be a famous rock star, there is just no way he would listen to me. In fact, he would be absolutely devastated. Even though I am genuinely happy and in a unbelievably great place in life, he would see me as a total and absolute failure.

Any life advice, insight or guidance I could give my nineteen year old self would be totally rejected and ignored. I know I could tell myself things that would make my life much, much easier and save me from needless pain and suffering but it would fall on deaf ears, all because it totally goes against the hopes and dreams and demands of my then self.

And it came to me that this must be exactly what your Master, your HGA, your completed Future self, or whatever we want to call it, must also experience when it tries to talk to you, or give you advice, or guide you in any way...
'Historically, we may regard materialism as a system of dogma set up to combat orthodox dogma...Accordingly we find that, as ancient orthodoxies disintegrate, materialism more and more gives way to scepticism.'

- Bertrand Russell

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