When you realize our shared interpersonal psychological reality you have realized Universal Consciousness.

This realization is the ultimate for what is called Self-Realization. You realize about Us when you realize about you. You realize that we all have the same Self in Us beyond our egos. You realize the Universal Self. There are spiritual hoops, so to speak, that you must jump through to achieve the clarity of perception necessary for actually seeing and knowing the relief and peace that comes with the Us reality. Richard Moss eloquently calls our interpersonal psychological reality The I That Is We. With this achieved clarity comes the perception of realizing that you are part of everything and that you do not die. This is the ultimate realization of life behind all major religions, traditions, and indigenous people. My book contains my proven method that can be used as a guide for you to become centered in your/our natural state. The book is a gentle nudge for you to realize more about yourself which in reality is our Universal Self.

My vision of 1983 contained heads of spiritual masters of different ethnicities in a cloud. This symbolized the Universal nature of humanity. Indigenous people consider a person who undergoes a mystical experience like I had to be a person who is “crying for a vision.” The good that comes with a vision and other types of mystical experience is then used for the good of the tribe.

The head of a Native American chief wearing a full headdress was in my vision. Chief Seattle, who was a Suquamish and Duwamish chief, made statements that mirror Universal Consciousness. In a letter to President Pierce he wrote, ‘One thing we know, which the white man may one day discover – our God is the same God. You may think now that you own Him as you wish to own our land; but you cannot.” Universal Consciousness knows we are all part of the Great Spirit.

There was the head of an Islamic man wearing a turban in my vision. Maulana Wahiduddin Khan makes a statement about Universal Consciousness when he says, ‘Killing a member of humanity is like killing one’s own self.” We share the same Self which is the Universal Self. We are connected within the energy of life. Killing is poison to the Whole. We are related.

Universal Consciousness is the interpersonal psychological reality that we share.

The I That Is We, Richard Moss, 1981.

Give Us This Day, Liturgical Press, June 7, 2022, Chief Seattle, 82.

The Age Of Peace, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, 2015, Back Cover.

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