People are pretty predictable in the main, but every now and then someone breaks out of the mold, leaves the herd and becomes an individual. ACXUS is about those special people who some say have opened their third eye or awakened spiritually.
This website is here for anyone who feels they don't belong where ever it is they are and are struggling to find themselves. It's for those that, after perhaps a lifetime of blindness have finally opened their eyes and can see what's really going on in the world and it's not all fluffy, squishy and happy.
I'm here to write down my own thoughts on the subject of awareness at a level that most people are not conscious of. Some are, but we are in a very small minority.
There is nothing miraculous, fantastic, wondrous, religious or occult about any of this.
It's an enlightenment that is very real to those of us with the open eyes to see and the open hearts to investigate, fathom and understand.
What is Enlightenment?
Unlike the kind of religious enlightenment that most people have been schooled in at some level or another, true enlightenment is the realization that our mental awareness and faculties are capable of so much more than we have been lead to believe. It's the realization that we can sense that not everything we have been taught in life is necessarily true or exactly immutable.
It's also a realization that we can go beyond the limitations imposed upon us by our society in our thinking and creation of ideas that are greater than all the put downs and ridicule that our supposed friends, unenlightened family members and anyone else who thinks we're either being silly or are downright crazy try to make us believe.
Third Eye Open
I know, I know. You probably get plenty of strange looks from people you know the moment you dare to mention anything that sounds like its "New Age" or "Spiritual" or what most people like to call "Weird."
Go ahead and tell your best friend that you believe that your third eye has opened and watch their reaction. If they're a true friend, they'll try to work with you and understand what you understand.
Lucky you if you have a friend like that because that's what I call a "true" friend.
But don't be too surprised if they look at you with that knowing look that silently speaks volumes, "…Yeah, like sure, dude. I totally get you." (They don't) "I'm real happy for you." (They're not) "I know exactly what you mean." (They don't and they think you're nuts)