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Who Does Your Disguise Deceive?

Crawling into the holes they’ve dug—those unsatisfying burrows to sprawl, yet they make themselves comfortable. Stay within the confines of expectation as not to cause distress to your neighbours. Please them, and abide by the limitation of their approval. Remain in these cells even when the air becomes stagnant and depleted, as your potential disintegrates.

Like wearing a mask that suffocates, breathing our former-exhales, our costumes imprison us, and personality is the effect these costumes have on our audience. It is for entertainment purposes only.

Simultaneous distraction; the entertainers have become the audience, and the audience is the entertainment. Personalities are co-productions. It requires more than one person to develop a potent-facade. How do you act when you’re alone? Do you break character? Or do you maintain the charade?

A by-product of individuality (in the division of duality)—personality is a parasite sapping away from your true essence. These conditions are all part of life’s bewilderment —we are beyond the physical bodies, thoughts, emotions, memories and beliefs. These boxes can confine us if we don’t know what’s real. Our connection to source and our imaginations are the keys to set us free.

Personality is the effect we have on other people, and egos can be why we have this impact. The ego is a side effect of having individual bodies, needs, thoughts, feelings, memories and beliefs. It is who you suppose yourself to be—limited to the body, awareness, emotion, and subconscious or confusion directed towards your origin. Since the ego stems from deception, the only way to overcome it is by realizing your true self. All five frequencies act like containers for our power, and the soul is just another box that separates our energy from source (Russian nesting dolls).

The Five Characters and One Actor

I have recognized five distinct characters based on the five frequency bodies. These personalities predominantly relate to their experiences through either physical sensations, thoughts, emotions, memories, or beliefs and are, therefore, absent of their true identity, source. The fifth character is close to transcending the human experience. However, their debilitating faith gives all their power away. 

These are the classifications divided by the five frequency bodies:

  • The Animal (body)
  • The Intellectual (awareness)
  • The Artist (emotion)
  • The Wounded Healer (subconscious)
  • The Religious Zealot (confusion towards source)  

The Animal

The Animal is vain, self-preserving, and consumed by its endless pursuits of the flesh. Lured by temptation and justifying indulgence through Machiavellian reasoning. The mind becomes starved by its lacklustre imagination and limited perception. Free will lost; animal instinct prevails, and the vehicle becomes self-driving. 

Proud of its body & possessions and prone to jealousy, The Animal is easy to please, but satisfaction is fleeting. Desire is a staple in its mindset—its very reason for existence. Stay alive to ingest more, to impress more, to have sex more. Shame comes from physical imperfections, envying others’ possessions, and losing competitions.  

the beasts beat their chests;

slow-motion repeat leaves us impressed

psyches feed off zest;

no notion of ideas with depth  

worries feature death;

approaching retreat, free of respect

sorries cheapen breath;

explosions beneath speak truth-repressed  

The Intellectual

The Intellectual is pretentious, co-dependant, and obsessed with its gathering of information. They are motivated by shadows of low-self-worth that keep their thoughts in perpetual motion (avoidance). The mind becomes fatigued by its overcompensation and seeking others’ acceptance. Gratitude is lost; ambition succeeds at burning down contentment. 

Proud of its hoarded facts & memory retention and prone to sarcasm & acting like a know-it-all, The Intellectual is hard to gratify without sacrificing your peace of mind. Learning is the foundation of its reality, and debating is a form of foreplay. Shame comes from having an inferiority complex.    



endless dots

got to connect them 

got to dissect them



restless jots

got to collect them

got to project them

The Artist

The Artist is sensitive, passionate, and animated by expressing themself through their artwork (paintings, poetry, music, movies, dance, acting, etc.) They honour their emotions and tune into the deeper meanings of things—penetrating both the surface and popular opinion. The mind, dependant on artistic expression to channel emotions, is prone to oscillation and unrest. Stability is the sacrifice when feelings are relied upon for fuel. 

Proud of their work & emotional insight, The Artist can be satisfied as long as you never criticize them—they want your attention, not your reviews. Their artwork evokes an emotional experience, which is sullied by rational analysis. Shame comes from comparing themselves to others.    

outside of the box

but still caught in the middle

tongue-tied by foxes

and fools taught that they’re brittle

the lies know they’re not

and skills shot out from scribbles

the wise don’t gossip

as cruel swats become fickle   

The Wounded Healer

The Wounded Healer is accommodating, compassionate and relinquishes their best interest for others. They are committed to bringing peace to the world, even when their innermost thoughts torment them. Existence becomes a frustrating paradox as they’re prone to people-pleasing. The mind craves spontaneous joys, but The Wounded Healer prioritizes systematic-self-fulfilling prophecies.

Proud of their empathy, these characters escape their lives by living vicariously through others. The Wounded Healer gets their pleasure from being compassionate to the people they uplift. They want to bask in your fleeting appreciation for them. Shame comes from seeking praise—they secretly yearn for an acknowledgment that undermines their sacrifice. 

to the mistaken

they may seem placid 

but make no mistake

their pain is active

the smiles they’re faking

simmering acid

clear with second takes

their strain’s a habit

The Religious Zealot

The Religious Zealot is obsessive, self-righteous, and a prisoner of their convictions. Their black-and-white morality creates inner and outer conflict. By seeing things as either wrong or right, they begin focusing on what they’re trying to avoid and are prone to contradicting themselves. The mind craves truth as The Religious Zealot wanders further into the fantasy. 

Proud of their idol(s)/god(s) and the offerings that they make for the sake of devotion. The Religious Zealot believes they are finding redemption through sacrifice and usually views pleasure as gratuitous. Shame comes from the guilt of being a hypocrite and not practicing what they preach.

we are one

but who is god?

in the dividing light 

will you find your way home?

the chosen

resume to prod

friction providing fights

ready to cast their stones

I'm Separating the Character From the Creator.

If an earthbound body, a limited mind, the ebb & flow of emotions, traumatic memories, or misguided beliefs intercept your real identity, then your intentions will be compromised. Your inner voice will be reactive, fixated on pride, subject to assumptions and always yearning for something outside of yourself. However, when we raise our frequency and sense truth, we realize the answers were within us the whole time.

You are source—the original creative-consciousness that manifested everything, and we are all one. Stop praying, stop blaming, and start knowing your capability. I guarantee that you are more impressive than you fathom.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Ben

    Great Article gives food for thought

    1. Jason@ANTAD

      Thank you, Ben. I appreciate the positive feedback.

  2. Valorine

    Very detailed. I’m looking forward to studying it. Thank you!!

    1. Jason@ANTAD

      Thank you, Valorine! You’re the sweetest!

  3. DEPRATO5073

    Thank you!!1

    1. Jason@ANTAD

      Thanks for taking the time to read this. If you have any follow-up questions, feel free to ask.

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