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Monday, February 29, 2016

Identity Context Not Complex | Expanded Definition
Unity Consciousness #616

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(Part 1 of 4)

Expanded Definition Of Identity With Examples

Identity is the nature, essence or characteristic of something.
Identity is both the correct and incorrect description of the nature, essence or characteristic of something.
Identity is how you describe yourself.
Identity is many of the things that follow, “ I am...” or “I am a(n)...”
Identity is many of the things that follow, “You are...” or “You are a(n)...” (That is, only when you accept what someone says you are).

Identity can also be many of the actions you take or don't take. (An early riser or a non-smoker).
Identity can be many of the things you do or don't participate in, practice or observe.
Identity can be an item you use. Either you or others associate the item with you and sometimes even characterize what the item means. (You always dress up and someone says you're a nice dresser and meticulous groomer).
Identity is anything that makes you feel good or bad about yourself.

Identity can be momentary or long-lasting.
The identity of the same thing can be different to different aspects of creation for various reasons such as how an item is used. Is it a TV, a black box, a black eye, an idiot box, a telepathic vision machine, a babysitter, a distraction...
Is it a hollow tree, dead tree or home?
The identity of the same thing can be different when circumstances change or time passes. It is a Christmas tree and now it is food for organisms that turn it into nutrients for plants.
It was accepted as dinner for humans, now it's passed over as leftovers, now refuse (trash), now a shame.

There are a many components that make up your overall identity. Take some time and start keeping a list of the things that identify you.

Identity is also any word, name or designation you accept as who you are. But this is only the surface beginning of what identity is. For instance, what does male really mean? Is it a genetic term or is it a social term or is it something that defines how a person should behave or what the person can or cannot do such as cry, be scared, get cold or not back down from a fight in order to graduate to manhood or any early grave...?
Once you accept words, names, designations and ideas as part of your identity, you then need to find out what they really mean and where they came from. If you don't, you are placing a lot of faith in others to tell you who you are, what to think and how to act.
Even though you might have chosen pieces of your identity, if you still do not define what those pieces mean, or fully understand their meaning, you have still allowed others to give you a preset list of words and meanings. Your identity is confined to their understandings and their intentions instead of your identity being defined by your true and full nature, essence and characteristics as those things relate to the natural created being that you are. Your identity must be based on the intentions of the Creator.
Right now, you must decide to stop allowing the most significant part of your identity to be based on human-created designations that don't reflect what the Creator created which is shown everywhere via mirror images of the natural world. The natural world is the optimal context for identity and it is not complex, thus will never give you an “identity complex.”

Who better to get your identity from than the One who created you? Is there a better place to look than the mirror images of the natural world. Do not look to human-made books that do not reflect understanding of the natural world context that expresses itself constantly everywhere in every way. Please do not get any of your identity from TV. Quadruple check every part of your identity you got from school.

Know Yourself And Know The Natural World Context

The natural world context and know yourself context are the same thing. If you think you know yourself or think you have a clear picture of your identity, yet those understandings are not consciously informed by the natural world, you are in an identity crisis but are just unaware of it.
See Number One Thing You & Everyone Else Must Learn, Unity Consciousness #421

Yet and still you must study yourself free of all the suboptimal contexts that are only able to define and confine you if you give them permission by not understanding what the pieces of your identity really mean.

Context does three very similar things:
It provides the foundation and anchor that connects meaning to something larger or broader.
It identifies the circumstance and situation which allows meaning to maintain its true identity.
It provides a reference point for comparing meaning against current sensory feedback, related meanings and other meanings that may be affected.
"All Ways To Communicate Begin With Definition & Context And So Begins The Meaning Of Life & Existence (Part 1)"
As you know the natural world better and better, you know yourself better and better and your identity matches who you truly are better and better. You once again become your highest and best as you are divinely defined.

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