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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Professionals, Amateurs & Goofy Judgments | Definitions
Unity Consciousness #594

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The definitions of what a professional is and what an amateur is, are just plain goofy. Because those definitions are the only contexts considered and because we have been dumbed down from our default setting to be critical thinkers (something critical to surviving and thriving and evolving and maturing), so many people suffer by being retarded by the ongoing negative bombardment of these goofy definitions.

No need to look up the definition. We all know the definitions because we hear them all the time in some form or another.

According to today's post-modern weak-thinking societies:
A professional is defined as someone who is certified, licensed, authorized and recognized as having a certain ability. The person usually gets to claim a certain title and usually gets paid for using this ability.

An Amateur is defined as someone who is none of the above and their usage of their ability is considered of lesser quality than a professional. An amateur cannot use the same title as a professional without being ridiculed or penalized. If the amateur gets paid at all, it's at a much lower rate.

Based on these definitions, to compare two people expressing the same ability as one being “a professional” and the other being “an amateur” is in no ways valid.

Consider this, as it pertains to a doctor, lawyer, thief, teacher or NBA basketball player. All are called professionals but compare any two of them and you will find differences in how they express the same ability and differences in how much they get paid, yet both are still called professionals. This is goofy when you consider society's definition of an amateur.

Time to remind ourselves of some much better definitions.
Simply put, a professional is someone who is highly qualified.
Everyone is highly qualified by the highest qualifier of all, the Creator. Thus, everyone is a professional. We all start out the same. We all possess the ability to do what we came here to do which includes adapting to circumstances created by self and others which includes getting back on track which could include a revised version of what we came here to do.

A valid comparison between two people is not between professional and amateur but between which spirit each one chooses to follow as they express their abilities.
Are we following the higher self, the higher spiritual nature? Or are we following the lower self, the lower spiritual nature?

This is a much more valid comparison and much more worthwhile because it connects us to what the Creator values and not what humans value.
In other words, there are professionals who are using their abilities in accordance with destiny. There are also professionals who are not using their abilities in accordance with destiny. These are the amateurs, who have not yet matured into the knowledge of self. An amateur is immature, disunified and isn't aware of it. An amateur is someone who is not where they should be according to their intended level of development under the set of circumstances encountered. Many amateurs by the highest universal standards are called professionals by human standards.

A valid comparison takes place within self. You started out as a professional, highly qualified. What have you done with those qualifications? Have you now gone from being a professional to being an amateur by not doing what you were created to do? What are you doing to get back on track and re-find your way? If you are on track, are you taking it even higher and even wider and even deeper? Are you expanding and evolving or are you just moving right where you are standing because humans have approved where you are?
A professional honors the highest standards of the universe. An amateur does not.

Are you using your abilities as intended?
Focus on this question and your answer to it as the true test of your greatness. Forget what simple societies say.

The more you know yourself and the mirror images of self that the Creator has created everywhere, you will understand more about how the Creator's abilities are expressed and you will know that the self test is the best test.

The societal view of what constitutes a professional and an amateur is only valid if you allow your thinking and esteem to be lowered to the level of human valuation of what the Creator found worthy to make possible within you and through you.

Whoever is going to judge your life in “the end” should be the one who judges you all along the way.

Think about it. The way societies define professionals and amateurs is pretty amateurish even by their own standards. The Creator has been creating much longer than humans and have created much more. No group of humans have ever created a system, a civilization or society that has lasted as long and functioned as well as ecosystems. The Creator created you and no human can create another human without using what the Creator created. Who are these humans who think their money and their appreciation of your God-given abilities is sensible?
Free yourself from this context and get on with the best of your life.


There is a dangerous not-so-thin line being crossed to the low side when people enter contests on television, or not on television, and these people are competing for a prize and title that they think verifies they are good at something. All of these contests are judged by people who perhaps can do something to a certain degree in a certain way, but none of these judges can do all things to every degree in every way. It is dangerous to allow their judgments to be the highest barometer or any barometer for what you do or attempt to do or should do. Study yourself to be approved and appreciative of the higher spiritual calling.
Let me be clear. It's okay to be in a contest, but only use it to learn from and challenge self. Do not use these contests to limit yourself in any way by limiting your assessment of your abilities to what others think about them. Until these people create an Earth or universe or create you or any aspect of primary creation, there is the higher Ancestral calling you should be listening to in order to learn to judge yourself correctly.
Finally, what is true for the losers of these contests is also true for the winners of these contests. Just because you win at anything doesn't mean you are using your abilities in the right way or that you are being your intended best. To rely upon someone else to judge you as a winner is not the way to get healthy self-esteem. Both “losers” and “winners” and viewers, should use any contest as a means to a higher end but not as end to what you mean.

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