Deeper into Your Mind's Mitote
The Toltec warrior who has perceived the dream in his mind and wants to change it knows that the process is a simple one: change his fear-based thoughts and beliefs to those based on love. He also knows that the process is not necessarily easy. He recognizes that he has been domesticated and programmed for many years, both by other people and by himself. He is prepared to use the time-tested and powerful Toltec tools of transformation to reprogram his own mind.
The Toltec path is said to have “no rules and many powerful tools.” As you learn about the various tools in this and the following chapters, note that some may be perfect for you to try, and others may not resonate with you at all. That is okay. There are many possibilities, and they are here for you to explore.
A Reminder about the Warrior's Love
It is very important to remember that it is the spiritual warrior who uses these tools of transformation. If the judge is allowed to be involved, he will use them in his ongoing story of “not doing it right” and “should do more.” The judge loves to have new goals and intentions he can make into rules, and then make the victim child wrong for not following them. If the new warrior is not strong enough to keep the judge out of the process, or at least catch his interference in a reasonable amount of time, he may need to continue strengthening his personal power before going on.
It takes constant vigilance to keep the judge from interfering with the warrior's progress. The judge will do everything he can to sabotage the quest for freedom from the old dream. He is the gatekeeper of the prison of domestication, and he takes his job very seriously.
When the warrior is sufficiently aware of the tricks of the judge and parasite, he can bring his intent and love to his transformation and use the tools to free the victim child from his old dream of fear — the “hell” of the mind's mitote. The love and acceptance that the warrior brings to the victim child are the ultimate keys to healing the parasite disease in his mind.
The Power of the Lies in the Mind
It is sometimes surprising to the new warrior how deep, hidden, and pervasive the lies in his mind are. The parasite has spun a complex web of fears, worries, beliefs, denials, and self-rejections that often seem to have no beginning and no end. When the warrior tries to pull out one lie, it is attached to hundreds more that hold it in place. The beliefs and fears support each other with their power, and their long history of being the “reality” in the personal dream.
Not only are the lies of the old domestication deeply rooted in the mind, but they are also the very fabric of the dream of the planet. Almost every human is dreaming the old dream based on the parasite's lies of fear and rejection. The Toltec spiritual warrior must confront both the lies in his own mind and the reflection of the same beliefs and agreements in the culture around him.
The dream of the planet is afraid of personal freedom, and the dream of the individual parasite is afraid of freedom. The fear of freedom is programmed into each human's mind, along with all the other lies. Only love can overcome this fear, and only self-acceptance can heal the wounds of self-rejection. The warrior seeks to reclaim his personal power to overcome the lies and live in the truth.