Definition of reality: a thing that’s actually experienced
or seen as a physical existence: A state or quality that exists or has substance.
The idea of “reality”
is one that has eluded many throughout history because we’ve been taught to
think of it as a solid, fixed, objective, and universal matrix, when in fact it’s
actually a mental construct produced out of fluctuating light particles that
are organized into what appears to us as a stable reality. While we can say
that there’s an objective reality as the basic elements that make up Nature,
the fact is every object is “reshaped” into a unique version of the same idea
by the individual mind “perceiving it”. We can use many ways to try and define
reality as a group consensus or shared idea, but the fact still remains that “perception
is reality”, and all reality as we’re capable of knowing it is “subjective” in
nature because it’s shaped in relationship with our own mind as a resonate
What we perceive as the natural world that we all share in common is structured as the result of the Earth’s resonate frequency. The Earth, like all heavenly bodies, is a conscious sentient being as a “living soul” that vibrates at a certain frequency. The entire natural world of the planet beats at this frequency like a cosmic heartbeat. This harmonic frequency exists as an electromagnetic spectrum ranging from 3Hz to 60Hz, with an average of 7.83Hz, producing a standing wave that makes it appear stationary. Every piece of matter (light as photons) resonates as a frequency or series of correlated frequencies that appears as both a wave and particle simultaneously. We are all technically speaking tuned energetically to the same wave-form as a unified field of information that makes up the Earth’s consciousness, and as a result, share in the same overall reality. This is commonly referred to in all spiritual traditions as the “original creation”.
The Energetic Nature of the Soul-Mind
individual soul-mind (lower soul) within the Earth’s electromagnetic spectrum
consists of both a subconscious and self-conscious aspect, which are both a
part of the universal collective unconscious of the planet. While many believe
that the self-conscious aspect of the material mind is “conscious”, the fact is
it’s birthed by the subconscious fully within the material body of Nature (as a
mammal) and typically remains unconscious by being fully identified with the
body and personality. The self-conscious mind (what most think of as the mind
and self) is what “witnesses” the outer creation of the subconscious or
planetary mind, while failing to realize that it’s their own creation, and
imagines instead that it exists apart from them as something being created by
an objective and neutral force that’s independent of them.
is comprised of a range of vibratory frequencies that form a coherent spectrum
as a field of information in its potential state as infinite possibilities for
reality based on how the information is organized into coherent patterns. Every
vibration has both a pattern as an idea and a “self-organizing” mechanism
inherent in it. This self-assembling feature is what acts to organize
information into specialized patterns. This means that it abstracts from the wave-form
of the whole only the information that can be intelligently utilized to create
the idea it’s imprinted with, and as a result, acts to create an altered
version of the same basic idea. The mind of the individual, which resonates at
a specialized frequency as its mental model formed out of its unconscious
conditioning, enters into relationship with the collective consciousness of the
Earth (including humanity), and deletes, abstracts, and distorts selected
information into a new configuration as its perception.
Our mind-soul is an energetic field that interacts with all other energy fields around it, morphing them to take on the same appearance (thematic pattern) and likeness (qualities) as itself. The whole as a vast array of possibility is reshaped to resemble the individual. All information inherent in the whole is metaphorical (archetypal) in nature and lends itself to be shaped into infinite variations through a process of adaptation and modification. As we perceive something, we’re simultaneously interpreting it to mean something, and out of the meaning it has for us we create our “experience” of it. As we form our own experiences of reality as an individual creation, we identify with our own experiences and shape ourselves accordingly. The “I” of the self is a personification born out of the selected qualities of a universal whole (holographic principle).
The Principle of Vibration and Energy
The way vibration works is that any two substances that are “tuned” with the same tuning mechanism (frequency of the Earth), resonate with each other in a complementary fashion. One energy field (mind) acts to “enter into” and vibrate the same qualities it possesses and is actively expressing in another energy field of a similar nature. As they merge into each other they form an interference pattern (Dyad) that acts to change what’s active and passive in each one, forming a new variation of a complementary nature. The energy of one vibration is inducted into the energy of a complementary vibration (within the same spectrum), and both vibrations are altered by what’s amplified or canceled out through their union, producing a modified version of both as a new variation of shared qualities. As a new pattern is formed by how they combine, they slowly begin vibrating in harmony, producing a coherent frequency. As they begin vibrating in harmony with each other as a joint-reality, a foundation is established as a stabilized system for consistently producing shared experiences of the same nature.
The Holographic Principle of the Mind
principle of vibration, sympathetic induction, and coherence, operates and can
be used to transform our genetic code, which is what forms both our physical
body and outer reality to be of the same nature (pattern). DNA is composed of
basically two complementary pairs of information, one from the mother and the
other from the father, and through a process of natural selection, which can be
visualized conceptually as switches, some are turned on and some turned off, to
form a unique version as a new combination. Our DNA is an aspect of our subconscious
mind and the information it contains as our genetic code is formed into new configurations through our
evolving perceptions. Our perceptions, which are formed out of our mental
paradigms and belief system, are constantly changing through the incorporation
of new information, which is simultaneously upgrading and programming our DNA.
DNA can be thought of as a form of bio-computer that runs programs of organized information that’s configured by our mind and interacts telepathically with the DNA in every other living system, all of which are composed of different combinations and degrees of the same overall information. Just as our perception alters the appearance of our outer reality while simultaneously evolving our physical existence to be harmonious with it, our DNA influences all other DNA in near proximity of us to take on the same qualities. Our genetic code is an intelligent system that’s shaped by the mind to structure reality in a complementary and harmonious fashion. As we consume and assimilate the DNA of other living animals who experience emotions, feelings, and some form of thought, we eventually take on the same qualities as an energetic modification of consciousness.
understand how energy as the mind works to form reality as a corresponding
vibration, we can realize that what we think of as an objective reality is
fully formed as endless variations within the same electromagnetic spectrum.
Just as the Earth’s consciousness as electromagnetic frequencies range
somewhere between 3 – 60Hz, our brain forms correlating frequencies as what we commonly
refer to as “brainwaves”. Our brainwaves are Delta (.2-4Hz), Theta (4-8Hz.),
Alpha (8-12Hz), Beta (12-40Hz), and Gamma (40-60Hz), which all form as
progressions of each other from an unconscious to a highly conscious state of cognition
and information processing. The average resonance of the Earth’s frequency is
7.83 Hz, which is the state between sleep and awake, also called the hypnotic or
trance state. This is the collective unconscious of all life as the
subconscious aspect we all share in common as a joint reality. When locked
within the illusion of material reality, we form our identity as a soul out of
our material existence through a basic form of hypnosis as our formative
In Quantum Physics we know that the “experimenter influences the outcome of the experiment”. This phenomenon doesn’t occur through the reason for the experiment (what’s being sought), how it’s set up, the expectations for an outcome, and what information is included or excluded through how the information gathered is interpreted, but from a purely unconscious state as the individual minds ability to influence the particles of light into new configurations through its very perception. All information exists as a wave of potential that’s “collapsed” around a single possibility as a form of natural selection by the mind observing it. All of what we call reality is subjective in nature formed by taking a universal theme and reorganizing it to match and be a product of our own mental paradigm as a variation or unique possibility. We can only “see” and therefore comprehend in any situation what can be produced and sustained by our own paradigm.
as we’re capable of knowing it through our perception of it is subjective in
nature. Five people who are all a part of the same outer event as a direct
experience of it, will see it in a different way, interpret it to mean
something different, and form a unique perception of it. The same person when
asked to describe or explain it after the fact by recollecting the memory of it
while in a different state of mind (out of context), will continue to alter it
based on or as modified by their state. Reality comes as the unified pattern of
a dynamic range of vibration as a frequency that forms an electromagnetic
spectrum. Out of this spectrum as a wave-form or field of information, an
infinite number of variations can be produced by the individual mind based on
how it exists in relationship with the whole. As it resonates with the whole,
it collapses the wave of infinite possibilities into one as its perception of
it, producing the particle as a fixed idea.
individual creation comes by taking a universal idea as a theme comprised of
archetypes as living metaphors, and forming the information available into what
becomes a personal creation that still holds true to and exists in harmony with
the theme from which it was taken. All of reality as we know it works out of
the holographic principle where the same information that’s contained within
the whole is used to produce the part as a specialization that differentiates
it in order to play a unique role and function within the whole. All perception
of reality is produced by our mental paradigm as fractal patterns. All growth
and development takes place by the principle of the Golden Ratio (Phi) where
the accumulated memory of the most recent past combined with the present, forms
the basis for the future as a progressive evolution of variables.
growth comes as the production of new variables that are then absorbed back
into the paradigm of the whole where they’re integrated, modifying it according
to the nature of the variations, forming a new whole. As we learn from the
lessons of our own life experiences, we evolve ourselves by way of our own
creation based on what type of information available in the whole we choose to
abstract, conceive of, and integrate as experience, then continue to evolve by
how we consistently use it to produce more of the same type of perceptions of “reality”.
occult sciences all single numbers (0-9) represent laws, while all composite
numbers represent formulas as processes and the laws that need to be skillfully
utilized in order to do them. Numbers provide us with mathematical formulas as philosophical
relationships necessary for creating, all we have to do is be able to
accurately decode them by interpreting them intuitively in order to apply them
at the practical level. Numbers are also analogous to letters and geometric
symbols, and can be intuitively discerned through the dynamic series of
correspondences they form with colors, sounds, ideas, objects, archetypes,
states of mind, and so on. Most intuitive realizations around an idea take
place as the internal unfolding of chain-of-associated ideas. Symbols are
impressed in the subconscious, which speaks the language of symbols, where they
gestate and grow into endless variations based on how they’re applied.
12 represents the principle of initiation as the first stage of what results in
“The Great Work” as a self-facilitated process of spiritual transformation. It’s
represents the stage in our life where we shed the false ego formed out of our formative
conditioning where we’re completely identified with our body and personality,
and shaped by others and society, allowing for the rebirth of our true self (higher
self) within our body. In the Tarot (Book of Thoth) it’s represented by the
archetype of the “Hanged Man”, and shows a man hanging upside down between two
pillars (Jakin and Boaz), with his hands tied behind his back forming an
inverted triangle, and his legs positioned to form a cross. This forms the
symbol of the cross surmounting a water triangle, representing the Law of the
Tetrad and Triad (4 x 3 = 12). The cross is disproportional with an elongated
vertical pole, representing the Calvary cross of crucifixion. This is the
symbol of self-sacrifice by surrendering your lower self (conditioned mind) to
a higher power.
In the “Book of Formation” 12 is one of three “Mothers Letters”, because it’s symbolic of a new birth. It’s governed by the Element of water, which is considered the “Mother substance of all creation”. Water is considered the first mirror and reflects images upside down, as a polar or reversed image. It’s symbolic of the “reflected life”, or life as an image or form that’s produced by the primordial life substance. The Element of water is represented by an inverted triangle (pointing down), symbolizing the Law of the Triad as the imagination that’s the vehicle of the Tetrad, that’s formed as a downward, reversed reflection of the Triad. Both are formed and exist as polar reflections of each other in the “Great Cosmic Womb” of the Vesica Piscis or Dyad. The overall symbol represents crucifixion of the lower self in order to liberate the “sacrificed god” of our Higher Self, which dwells within and is what gives life to the personality.
of water is magnetic in nature and represents turning inward to self-reflect. It’s
what the Hindu’s referred to as “prakriti”, the “Great Womb of Cosmic Substance”
that’s the generatrix of all forms. The principle of the triangle represents
the inner imagination and the ability to shape the fluidic-light substance into
forms as thoughts turned into living entities. The images formed in the faculty
of the imagination are similar to reflections formed on glass, on a dark shiny
surface (magic mirror), or on water. They start as neutral tones of grey that
have a ghost-like appearance, then, as they’re shaped with sensory details and
attributes are grown into full color images when fully magnetized with our
life-force energy. We take any word, description, or idea, and shape it into a
reality in our mind’s eye. This fluid, transparent light essence that we shape
into living forms using our mind, is what’s referred to as “Astral Light” that
becomes a kind of metaphorical template (hologram) as our “perceptual lens”
that we use for shaping the outer reality to match the inner one as a
12 is related to 13 as the “death” of the false ego and the simultaneous end of one life cycle and the beginning of a new one. 12 is considered solar, and represents the 12 months of the solar year, and 13 is lunar, representing that a solar year contains 13 lunation’s. A circle divided into 12 equal parts is formed out of the 13th one at the center. 12 also represents a complete cycle of manifestation as a life-cycle, represented by the 12 archetypes of the zodiac. These primary cosmic archetypes form our psychological makeup as a formula for self-creation, and are what provide us with the means for transforming ourselves by making new combinations. All qualities exist as a “whole idea” based on complementary opposites that form extremes of each other with a gradient scale connecting them. For example, fear is the opposite of courage, and courage can be used to temper fear. As we step into courage as a response to fear, we create more and more experiences of being courageous in relation to fear, and as we begin accumulating memories born out of courage, we move from one end of the scale to its opposite, transforming fear and insecurity into courage and confidence.
3 is represented in the Tarot by Daleth (Empress), ruled by Venus, as the imagination or internal formation of images, and 4 is represented by Heh (Emperor), ruled by Mars, as the actions formed out of the imagination. Venus and Mars are married to each other, and symbolize the fact that all action is born out of the imagination. Fire and Water blend together to form Air, the Element of the intellect, which culminates in the Earth Element (Tetrad-4) as our “constitution”. Our constitution is formed out of our mind and imagination and determines all of our perceptions and actions. The Triad (imagination) and Tetrad (action) form the basis for all of reality.
tend to think that our lower self possesses a “will” to create, the fact is the
Will of the Higher Soul is reflected in the incarnate life of the personality.
All perceptions of the personality are produced out of our formative
conditioning which serve to structure our mental paradigm as “created by others”
and external factors. The first birth of our self as our personality is formed
out of a primarily unconscious state where we’re given (taught) our values,
beliefs, and trained to behavioral dynamics as a part of a family unit and
community that functions together as a single entity. All interpretations are
made through our paradigm and the dynamics we were trained to that produce all
of our natural behaviors.
of transformation comes by shedding the ego of our formative conditioning (lower
self) through self-realization, and taking on a new perspective where we assume
the position of authority in our own life as being the one that has the ability
to “act on ourselves” as the means of creating ourselves. We reverse the
process of referencing an outer source of power as the means of creating
ourselves, and turn inward instead referencing an internal source of power as our
connection to our Higher Self. We become self-referencing instead of
other-referencing. We begin identifying with our true self as our higher soul. We
begin walking in the world contrary to others who are still locked into the
illusion of their conditioning.
Our Higher Soul (our true self) seeds our imagination with ideas that serve to organize particles of light-essence into material forms as inner sight accompanied by an internal voice of a higher authority. The ideas used by a divine authority to impregnate the imagination are ones that are not formed out of our conditioned mindset or as a result of previous experiences, but originate instead as a more universal, non-personal idea. Inner light is the “word (Logos) made flesh”, represented by the Hebrew spelling of the name of Jesus – IHShVH – similar to the Tetragrammaton (IHVH), except the principle of “Sh” is inserted in the middle. “Sh” represents “Shin”, number 20, as the soul perfected in flesh that rises from the ashes of its own death as a Phoenix. Our rebirth to a higher realm of consciousness comes through an intimate connection and identification with our Higher Self, also commonly referred to as our “Holy Guardian Angel”.
Law, and a reversal from outer to inner self-reference, is where we begin
operating to create in our life through esoteric law, which exists contrary to
normal ways of thinking, speaking, and doing. Most people try to create by
working in opposition to cosmic law through a fundamental lack of
self-awareness and understanding. This reversal of being as an internal
reference to a higher source doesn’t cause an outward opposition or form of
antagonism to those still caught up in their false ego’s, because outwardly
opposing something merely aligns you with what you oppose. All direct
opposition stimulates and makes active its opposite, giving life to the same
reversal of directed attention is undertaken in silence as private work that’s
done inwardly as an unostentatious reversal of one’s own way of life that’s
combined with perfect tolerance for other people’s way of life. Once we gain
the realization necessary to step outside of the conditioned mindset of our
lower self, it’s easy to recognize that most are still consumed with acting out
the reality they were conditioned with, and you naturally lose all need or
desire to judge them or try and “wake them up” to the reality of their true
self. Martyrs are those who try to deliver higher knowledge to those who are
not capable of or prepared to comprehend it, and were brutally crucified by the
very people they sought to enlighten.
If we look around at the state of most people and society, what we realize is that most are sick, mentally depressed, spiritually troubled, can’t get along with their self or others, and become passive in their own life while struggling internally. They’ve never formed an internal connection to their Higher Self, and live out of a constant response to external stimulation and the will being projected by others. They’ve been taught to live in contradiction to law (spirit) instead of in harmony with them. Everything comes as an expression of the Law of Cause and Effect, and the miseries they inflict on themselves comes as the result of the negative use of law. We’re creating our self in every moment of our life as a specialized application of universal law whose outcome depends entirely on whether it’s applied negatively or positively.
are the seeds of speech and actions. Interpretations form the patterns for
experience. Whatever happens to us comes as a result of what we’ve selected,
whether consciously and intentional, or unconsciously as a conditioned reaction.
In this idea emphasis is placed on a changed point of view as a reversed
perspective. As we change our perspective, what we see changes accordingly. How
we see others and life is a direct reflection of how we see ourselves. As we
begin seeing life in new ways, we transform our paradigm by integrating the new
experiences it brings. Our entire life is formed out of how we actively employ
esoteric laws as spirit. Spirit is what governs, organizes, and orchestrates
material reality through active use of the 3 levels and aspects of the mind
that exists simultaneously on 2 planes of existence.
Our human personality is completely dependent on the ALL as the higher power of universal consciousness (Will). As long as we live out of our conditioning and become fully identified with our personality, we remain in a primarily unconscious state, much like the lower intelligence of animals who function through instinct as a part of the group mind. By surrendering our lower self to the conscious direction of the Universal Mind, we draw all our power from above and become the vehicle for higher consciousness that brings true self-awareness. We begin creating ourselves by working in harmony with universal laws, and we begin shaping our identity through association with our higher universal self. By drawing down higher forms of consciousness that we use as the means of forming all our perceptions and activities, we become powerful creators in our own life, and engage in the process of self-creation from a fully conscious and self-aware state. By surrendering our lower self to our Higher Self, we move into a more harmonious way of being and begin creating our self to be “like god”.
The Divine Paradox
paradox occurs through total submission of personal life to universal life
where it makes us intensely positive in relation to others and the conditions
of our environment. By transcending our conditioning and material ego, and taking
on a universal and detached perspective in its place, we naturally form a very
positive mental attitude. In order to have courage and perseverance in spite of
seeming difficulties and disappointments, we must know ourselves to be vehicles
of power to which nothing can be an insurmountable obstacle. When we no longer
derive our identity out of material means, we approach every situation from a
neutral stance where we can truly act as a universal force that works for the
good of all involved. Our mental attitude becomes “not my will, but your will
be done” through me, because we realize that they’re actually the same thing.
We are the vehicle through which higher powers work in the world.
The reality created through our conditioning comes as false interpretations that form illusions in place of truth. As long as we continue to make false interpretations and delude ourselves, the inexorable laws of the cosmos work out those interpretations in ways that bring pain and suffering. Yet pain itself is friendly because it serves to educate us (Key 11 – karma). Suffering, poverty, disease, imbalance, and death, all have lessons inherent in them. These are often what lead us in our search for truth. It’s in the mysteries of death that we find the secrets to immortality. The only thing that dies with the physical body is our false ego as our soul’s identification with the personality of the body. Disciplined practice of mind control and directing our actions are necessary in order to become the vessel for higher power that ultimately transcends the lower plane of unconsciousness.
Our conditioning is initially established out of our soul’s memory as our character and karma that forms all our perceptions as patterns of interpretation. These conditioned perceptions must be “reversed”. This principle is analogous to the choice of DNA, where realities are formed by whatever is made active and rendered passive, that together produce new patterns. Our souls constitution is part personality and part identity, it’s both unconscious and animalistic, and self-conscious, self-controlling, and self-determining. It’s merely a question of which perspective and aspect we employ as a means of self-creating. The mind-soul has the ability to direct the body, instead of the body-personality directing the mind. We have to decide to re-orientate ourselves to let go of karma as conditioned memory of the personality, and actively employ higher consciousness of divine law in its place.
constitution (4) is transformed by way of the Law of the Triad (3) that’s
seeded with ideas drawn into it by the higher mind (of cosmic good) that
operates flawlessly through the cosmic law of creation. The process for
transformation is formulated by the Tarot, which serves as a Key for
interpreting the Kabbalah, which provides us with a precise formulated process
for undergoing spiritual transformation. 12 is formulated as 1 + 2 = 3 >
Triad. 1 = attention that’s directed into memory (either universal as
archetypes or personal as conditioning) (2) form our paradigm as filters for
interpretation through the imagination (3), which uses memory as patterns of
interpretation that are applied to various situations, creating more of the
same type of realities as a metaphorical theme.
our paradigm, we have to change the memories that construct it. This is done
with the creative imagination which is seeded intentionally with new ideas and
perspectives to grow into new realities that are experienced within as new
memory that acts to reprogram us. Concentration on laws trains the mind to
operate according to those laws through the understanding of them, and we begin
naturally thinking and creating by way of laws. As we learn how to apply laws
practically, we learn the skill for creating our self and our life in more
accurate and precise manner. We don’t need years of therapy in order to
transcend our conditioning, all we have to do is realize our true nature as the
very “mind-soul” that’s “producing” the reality of our conditioning, and in
doing so, begin to see ourselves in a whole new light and from an entirely
sciences the number 11 represents the principle of universal justice as the
equilibrium of complementary opposites to establish balance and harmony. It’s
symbolic of what’s commonly called “karma” as the absolute law of cause and
consequence, also referred to traditionally as the “golden rule”. Its purpose
is to teach and instruct us through our own actions which produce both
immediate and long term consequences as our ability to create our reality. This
is a double “1” (Monad) as the balancing scales that brings an equal or greater
return on all our actions and deeds. It represents our ability to learn from
our own actions and the inward capacity for self-direction and regulation. In
the “Book of Formation”, the special action assigned to Justice is “work or
action” that’s designed to teach and instruct.
Justice is represented by Libra, ruled by Venus, which governs the inner world of the imagination (Key 3), where our subconscious deductions from experience become the seeds of karma, and forms the basis for all of our actions. As we create through our own actions and deeds, we simultaneously learn and provide ourselves with a form of instruction. Through purely unconscious processes we form constant interpretations of experiences that produce all of our natural perceptions and automatic behaviors. How we perceive ourselves and the outer world comes through our personal style for processing and organizing information, which forms the basis for all of our actions. Our mental model as our perceptual lens is formed initially as the result of our formative conditioning as mental states, dynamic patterns, and tendencies that have become habitual.
Mode of Consciousness
The mode of
consciousness associated with Justice (karma) is “faithful intelligence”. The
subconscious is a faithful servant to the conscious mind and produces the
realization of whatever idea it’s germinated with. The feminine aspect of the
mind is impregnated with the seed (idea) of the masculine aspect and produces
the reality of the idea as its offspring. This not only reveals to us that most
creations result from habitual unconscious patterns, but also that whatever it
is that we imagine as a reality with intensity, is actually a “request” for a
personal creation. We act on ourselves to program our own subconscious through
imagining ideas as an actual reality and experience, “instructing” it (our
self) to produce more experiences of the same nature and kind. As we replay
memories over and over in our mind, we’re instructing our subconscious to
produce more of the same types of reality, usually without realizing (being aware)
that that’s why we have the same type of experiences over and over again.
Vices or virtues are equally deposited in the faithful intelligence of the subconscious where they augment. As we interject an idea into our subconscious by vividly imagining it with sensory detail, it gestates until it becomes the foundation out which we perceive the same idea outwardly as its realization. The subconscious faithfully reproduces and multiplies whatever idea it’s given as an imagined reality that’s experienced in an emotionally intense way. It uses existing memory as a kind of metaphorical theme for creating more of the same type of realities. It takes a symbolic idea in its potential form and ripens it to become the motive for our actions. As we create ideas as an outer realization through a form of projection that produces a new variation through a process of adaptation, we then reabsorb them through the experience they provide and shape them into memories that act in turn to reprogram ourselves with more of the same type of experiences. All reality is subjective in nature and is formed as a self-perpetuating process of self-realization.
The Law of Cause and Effect
manifest by effects, and effects are proportioned to their causes. All action is
a cause that produces an equivalent effect. Nothing is affirmed or made real until
it appears outside of us as a realization. We apprehend the cause of our own
actions by the effects contained in the energy of the cause, by means of the
Universal Law of Correspondence and Analogy. Once an idea is established as an
outer effect that brings realization, the effect then becomes a cause that
produces an equivalent effect “in us” through the experience it provides. All
of our deepest motives are revealed through the reality they create as the
nature of our experiences. It’s not necessarily the idea itself that provides a
creative template for the subconscious, but rather what internal force is “motivating”
us in creating the idea. The conscious mind provides the material form as an
idea, and the subconscious infuses and grows it with an equivalent emotional
force, and together they form the “reason” for the creation.
The Law of the Monad (Mind and Soul) demonstrates the principle of how the inner center (nature) produces the outer sphere of reality to be of the same nature through an electromagnetic respiration as an outflow and inflow of consciousness that creates on multiple levels and scales simultaneously. Magnetic respiration is where the inner nature of motives that produce outer actions populates the atmosphere surrounding it, providing it with a reflection of itself through its own works. Through our own creative abilities, we create either heaven or hell for ourselves. There’s always an electromagnetic pulsation of the soul where it projects itself to formulate its outer reality, constructing it to be of the same nature (pattern) as it is. As it forms the realization of itself through its outer environment, it then draws the realization back into itself where it’s reformulated into a memory. Our core being is what forms our perception as interpretations that provide us with the means for experiencing our self. All of what we call curses or blessings are self-administered and produce their consequences invariably, and every action by its nature produces effects analogous to its motives, extent, and direction.
Thought, Word, and Deed
that aren’t translated into speech don’t produce realization, and speech that’s
not backed by action remains idle as imagined fantasy. Ideas are only made “real”
when they are acted on to produce outer experiences as the realization of the
idea. Many people form a false image of themselves that they never act on to
make real, and it results in a form of delusion as a false front disguised to
hide their true nature. Thought formulated into speech forms the basis for the action
necessary to produce it as an outer realization. The realization gained from an
action reveals what motivated it.
hide their true motives (often even to themselves) out of fear of what it means
about them, and try to cover them up with false proclamations that act to contradict
their actions. What we say doesn’t reveal anything about us; it’s what we do
that demonstrates our true character. What we act to create in life only comes
through our actions, not idle thoughts as fantasies that only serve to delude
us. Whether vice or virtue, destructive or constructive, we are fully responsible
for anything we say or do, and the realities that result from them. There is no
such thing as indifferent acts.
Justice signifies active administration of law as balance, poise, expectation, precision, impartiality, and equity. It’s not based on value judgments of right and wrong, or good and bad, but merely serves to reveal the inner constitution as what motivates actions. Every action has a motive as a subconscious formulated interpretation. As we think, speak, and act, we create the reality of our motives, which serves as a mirror into unconscious aspects of ourselves. Our subconscious is programmed initially through our formative conditioning, which forms the basis for all of our motives, interpretations, and natural behaviors. As we perceive something through our mental model we reformulate it by saying “this means that”, referencing and associating it to a memory of a previous experience of a similar nature, and we act accordingly. Through our conditioning we act on ourselves to repeat the same patterns as a habitual way of perceiving and create the same type of experiences over and over again.
Our Life Story as a Theme for
memories serve to form our natural way of perceiving the world and sets the
stage for the story we begin telling ourselves as a means of using the past to
interpret the present to mean the same thing. The meaning we give something
determines how we experience it through the story we tell ourselves about it. Our
story about something is how we explain, describe, and justify it as a means of
attempting to understand it. As we create the outer realization of our thoughts
and motives as an experience of our own making, we then become subject to them.
We use our own self-produced experiences to shape ourselves by how we identify
with our own creation as an ongoing story we’re always in the process of
telling ourselves about things. In this manner, we’re always shaping everything
else to be like us.
By realizing that our outer realizations are providing us with a mirror into our own unconscious mind, we can become more self-aware. Anytime we bring something that’s operating at the unconscious level in our life into conscious awareness, we provide ourselves with the opportunity to transform it in whatever way we desire. By staying unaware and repeating the thematic patterns of our conditioning, we live our life out of karma and remain unconscious of our true nature and our ability to self-create by way of our own realizations. We fail to realize that we’re not our personality or conditioning, but the “means” through which it becomes our reality. Our soul is the author and producer of our life story as the means of simultaneously creating and experiencing itself by way of its own creation. We are the soul that’s producing reality through our perception of it, not the result of an objective reality that’s somehow being done to us by an outside force or contrary power.
By becoming self-aware and using our outer realizations as a mirror into the hidden aspects of our mind, we can step into our true power to self-create by learning how to seed our subconscious with ideas we want to create as our outer experience of reality. We can realize our own undesirable traits and delusional interpretations and begin acting on ourselves to transform them into more beneficial and meaningful ones. Once we realize that things only mean what we make them mean by how we interpret them, we can detach from our inner narrative as our story about things, and begin forming new ones. Once we become aware of habitual dynamics that we’re drawn into unconsciously as a reaction of some kind, we can begin neutralizing them by re-framing them and making a conscious decision as to what we want to create in their place.
As we become
aware of the patterns produced unconsciously through our conditioning, just the
awareness alone dissolves them, and we’re left with a new awareness of our
ability to make a decision as to how we’re going to create instead. As we begin
making new decisions and actively directing our subconscious on what we want it
to create, we begin taking full responsibility for our self and our life. Our
inner core as our nature and character is what acts to produce our outer
perception of reality and our “self” through that reality.
ourselves as our inner character, we change the reality it naturally produces as
a fundamental form of self-expression. We don’t change our life by working on
others and the outer effects themselves, but by working on ourselves as the
inner cause that’s producing the outer effect as a basic form of self-perception.
As we begin working on ourselves to reshape our character and redirect underlying
motives, our outer reality and perception of others changes as a direct correspondence.
Justice as the harmonious balance of the inner with the outer is a
self-administered form of creation. In every moment we are the sole creators of
both our self and our perception of others, and our inner and outer reality,
which exist in polarity as complementary to each other. The outer is an
extension and continuation of the inner and contains both conscious and
unconscious aspects of our self. We can come to know the unknown aspects of
ourselves by how they exist in relation to the known aspects, both of which
form the basis of our outer perception of reality.
spiritual development can seem a bit elusive because we’re often not clear on
the difference between acquiring knowledge in its theoretical form and bringing
it into practice as a means of “creating ourselves” by way of it. Many people
can discuss what we can think of as “spiritual ideas” in a fairly intelligent
way based on what they’ve learned through studying other people’s ideas, yet
have no idea how to “apply it” in terms of “becoming it” as a practice and developing
themselves through the experience it brings. We only truly learn (live and earn)
through experience, and we only truly know what we actively demonstrate.
attempt to understand what we deem higher knowledge, we can then haphazardly take
the approach of denying or excluding some aspects of our self that we deem to
be of our lower nature, while trying to more fully utilize what we consider to
be of our “higher nature”. We take the “divide and conquer” approach, instead
of the “unite and empower” approach to our own well-being. Some deny and shun
their physical existence in favor of some form of idea they consider higher or
superior in some way. Some believe all they have to do is be able to recite
ideas as theory without ever having to actually employ them in the practical
sense as a means of producing whatever it is it claims to produce. These various
approaches result from a basic confusion as to the actual purpose of life and
the creative power of the soul to create not only itself, but also its
perception and experience of reality.
The soul is equivalent to the Self and utilizes a physical manifestation as the means of growing and transforming itself to different states and ways of being. The “self” is not developed in the most basic sense (energetic) by material possessions and status, but through the qualities we embody and become that forms our character as a way of being in the world. It’s only the qualities and ideas we embody and develop into a habit through consistent practice that becomes a natural part of us. By repeating a process or attitude enough times, we “build it into our muscle” (subconscious), so to speak, where it becomes intuitive. With enough daily practice it becomes a natural part of our awareness and being as an unconscious and automatic perception and behavior. We acquire it as a form of skill and instinct where we do it naturally without having to think about it.
isn’t formed out of intellectual concepts that we preach and profess but never
actually bring into practice. It’s only what we embody and “become one with” as
a channel of expression that we become like in essence. It becomes a natural
part of us and we perceive it in everything around us while doing it as a
natural part of our personality. This is expressed through the axiom “you know
them by their deeds”. It’s not what we say that reveals who we are, but what we
do. Being and doing are extensions of the same thing. Our actions reveal our consciousness
as a coherent state of being.
soul leaves or discards the body, it absorbs all the experiences it produced
and acquired through the body, and they’re integrated into the mental paradigm
of the soul as qualities that form our disposition, temperament, moral
character, and natural tendencies. Some believe that all you have to do is
imagine ideas, going on the fact that the subconscious doesn’t know the
difference between an actual event and an imagined one, while failing to
realize that the imagination is the means through which we program the
subconscious with ideas that we want it to produce as part of our perception
and form natural behaviors out of.
Most imaginary scenarios aren’t effective because most don’t know how to actually imagine something as a full sensory experience that elicits a desirable emotional response. Some repeat affirmations as a verbal script or saying that they think is the means for programming their subconscious, yet the subconscious is “experiential” in nature and is only “programmed” by an idea that’s turned into a full sensory reality as a direct experience in the imagination. The subconscious is also “emotionally driven”, which means that it moves towards pleasure and away from pain. As we form the desired reality in our mind as a representation, we have to present it in a way that naturally invokes a very positive and compelling emotion. If we portray it with any form of stress, fear, or anxiety associated to it, our subconscious will receive it as an idea to avoid, prevent, or move away from.
The Soul and the Faculty of the Mind
The soul can
be thought of as the “mind” which is structured as a paradigm or coherent model
out of accumulated memory that’s been integrated through experience. As we
experience something we form all kinds of realizations around it that we didn’t
know when contemplating it theoretically, and the experience itself is what
“integrates” it into our paradigm through a process of adaptation. Once the
idea becomes an actual memory as part of our paradigm it becomes an inherent
part of our reality. We can only conceive of what we know from direct
experience. The only thing we’re capable of perceiving outside of us is what
can be formed, explained, described, and validated through our mental paradigm.
Until we have an actual experience of something, we can’t truly know it. To have
true knowledge of something is to be intimate with it by “becoming one with it”
in spirit, mind, and body, as the expression of it.
means the soul has for developing itself in an intentional manner is by
“drawing down” and acting to absorb the archetypal ideals and qualities of the
higher, spiritual plane. We do this either consciously through active choice as
to whom we want to become, or unconsciously through reactive behavior born out
of our formative conditioning. The process of personal transformation as a
conscious act of self-creation comes by recognizing the qualities in you that
you’ve developed as strengths that are of what you decide to be an undesirable
nature, often called weaknesses and vices, and choosing to replace them instead
with more positive qualities, referred to as virtues. Vices and virtues are the
negative and positive aspect of any idea that serves to contrast each other as
a means of comparing, defining, and stimulating each other into existence. We
can only know “hot” by how it exists in relationship it to what we consider
“cold”, both of which are “temperatures” of the same thing separated only by
degrees that move along a sliding scale from one extreme to another.
All qualities exist in a polar state as complementary opposites of the same idea. They exist as extremes of each other with a form of gradual movement along a scale that moves from one extreme to another. Fear and courage are qualities that oppose yet complement each other. When we’re experiencing fear of some kind, we have a choice to either respond with courage or cowardice. We can transform fear by choosing to embody courage in relation with it. When we’re scared and feel afraid, we polarize ourselves to the energetic state of fear and act naturally to attract and encounter situations that elicit more fear. Whatever “state” (mental and emotional) we exist in we act to multiply it through an accumulative process.
Fear causes us to stop, shut down and avoid what’s causing it, usually not taking any constructive action while being mentally controlled by the fear. This provides us with the ideal situation to “choose” to be either courageous or a coward. As we step into the fear with a sense of brave sense of conscious awareness, the fear begins steadily subsiding until it dissolves, and is replaced by a feeling of empowerment. The more we do this, the more courageous and confident we become and the less afraid and insecure. It’s not what happens to us in life that serves to shape us, but how we choose to respond to what happens through the relationship we form with it.
spiritual development comes by way of our soul’s recognition that it has the
ability to self-create by way of acting on itself to transform vices as
weaknesses into virtues as strengths. It comes through how we develop our
character through our ability to actively choose what qualities as a state of
consciousness we’re going to become and use as the means of experiencing
ourselves. The soul creates itself through how it creates its own experiences
of life. We are always the one creating our experiences, and naturally form
them out of our perceptions. All intentional creation comes through our ability
to become self-aware and form realizations around our true nature that provides
us with the basis for making new decisions as to how we’re going to enter into
relationship with life. As we make new decisions and begin willfully acting
them out, we set a new pattern into motion that acts to transform an existing
pattern as unconscious tendencies.
creation comes by developing our self through universal archetypes as qualities
and ways of being that shape us to be a certain type of person who naturally
lives a certain type of life as our “story”. Mythology of the gods is what
provides us with the psychological tools necessary to be able to tell whatever
type of story we have an inclination towards and true desire to tell. Once we
realize how we want to be, we can recognize all the tendencies we have that are
preventing or counteracting it, and can act on ourselves in a deliberate manner
to transform them.
becomes habit as a natural way of being is carried forward after the death of
the body. Our material status and worldly success is meaningless outside of how
we developed our character by way of them. In this way, having an easy life
with no serious challenges can be a detriment to our spiritual growth and cause
complacency. It’s not the circumstances of our life that matters, but only who
we choose to become in relationship with and by way of them.
In order to
work with an idea at the practical level we have to form a working concept of
it that serves to illustrate the laws involved as a relationship and the
natural processes that ensue from it. Subtle energy is not a “thing”, but
rather the invisible forces that are drawn into living organisms as its
consciousness. Our physical body is a magnet for absorbing energy around us
while simultaneously projecting and transmitting it. Subtle energy is a form of
primal consciousness that has natural attributes and qualities inherent in it that
form the physical characteristics and natural behaviors the form takes on and
in the process of exchanging consciousness as subtle energy with everything
around us as a primary means of adapting to and becoming one with the very
environment we exist in. The acquisition, integration, adaptation and
modification of consciousness, comes through a basic form of energetic
respiration. When we reside in a primarily unconscious state, we absorb
energies from the space around us that act to influence us mentally and
emotionally without our direct awareness. This phenomenon is usually experienced
as a shift in our mood and how we feel, often without realizing what’s causing
it. As our mood changes so do what we focus on, think about, and what behaviors
we naturally display.
Everything in the phenomenal world can easily be influenced, directed, and modified by working in harmony with the universal laws governing them. All subtle energy, which is invisible and non-material in nature, is directed and manipulated through mental means. Whatever plane something exists on, we have to work on that same plane or a higher one in order to influence, direct, and utilize it. We don’t ever need a material device, talisman, or symbol in order to work with energy, because these only have the power we give them with our mind as our intention and reason for using them. Inanimate objects don’t contain power in and of themselves, but are infused with power through “magnetism”. These tools merely act as an aid for focusing our attention on an idea as a means of concentration. In order to work with our own mind as an energy system, we have to look at what we mean by both the mind and subtle energy.
The Nature of the Mind
Our mind is
not of our physical body as our brain or heart (or anything else) but is the
essence as the energy field that surrounds, envelopes, and permeates the body
while extending quite some distance from it in subtler and less dense forms.
The material body is magnetic in nature (passive and receptive) and only acts
to draw in and serve as a container for the consciousness that it resonates
with. The mind is synonymous with the soul and is the primary means for
self-creating and regulating the vehicle of the body. The mind, like the soul
and reality, is threefold in nature, which means it has three complementary
aspects that function in different ways and on parallel planes to create what
we experience as a unified, coherent whole.
aspects of the mind are most often referred to as the Higher or Super-conscious
(will), and the subconscious (sensational) and self-conscious (formative) mind.
The Super-conscious exists on a higher plane (as an invisible power), and the
other two aspects of the same mind exist on the material plane as complementary
opposites. The subconscious is the aspect of the mind we share with all of
Nature due to the fact that we incarnate into this plane through a mammalian body
that’s an integral part of the collective unconscious that also forms the “mass
consciousness” of humanity. The subconscious is constantly involved in an energetic
exchange as a form of telepathic communication with everything around it that’s
of the same or similar nature to it (through resonance).
The subconscious is motivated by emotions that are designed to produce unconscious (automatic) behavior as a form of instinct. The subconscious is also what produces material images in the imagination that serve as a kind of “empty shell” (ethereal body) necessary for energy to inhabit and give life to as a means of expressing through. Just as electricity exists as an invisible force in the atmosphere around us, and can only be harnessed (captured) and directed through a material form of some kind, subtle energy can only be harnessed and directed by utilizing a material light-form as a fluid container that’s shaped inwardly by the mind. Once shaped inwardly it becomes a metaphorical template used to produce and equivalent outer reality.
substance as light-essence concentrated into an organized material form is
magnetic in nature and acts to “draw in” the active, life-giving force of
archetypal intelligence. Whatever form is shaped internally as a structured thought,
determines what type of energy it acts as a vehicle and instrument for. As subtle
energy inhabits and expresses through a complementary physical form it produces
an equivalent outer effect as the reality of the form. We can work directly
with our subconscious by mastering the principles that govern it. We imagine a
“form” as an internal representation or working concept that becomes a magnet
and acts to “draw in” and harness subtle energy that can then be directed to
perform a function of some kind as the fulfillment of our “intention”. We then infuse
this imagined image with an emotion of some kind (motive), it acts to either
attract energies of a like nature, or repel energies of a dissimilar nature.
energy of the material plane is invisible to our physical senses and is known
to us directly as feelings, inner sensations, and emotions that give rise to
mental impressions when allowed to take hold in our imagination. Whatever is “received”
and pictured in our subconscious is simultaneously projected into our outer mental
sphere where it can be “witnessed” by our self-conscious mind as a form of
thought or idea. The subconscious acts to translate energy as a vibratory
frequency into the pattern and image inherent in the vibration (transducer).
All vibration as activity organizes essence (light) into the pattern as a
living form inherent in the frequency on different scales and levels
simultaneously as both an inner and outer reality of the same nature and
When we “sense” the energy that’s being actively expressed by someone, we get a feel for their consciousness as an emotional state and the unconscious activity that’s naturally produced by it. Their energy is drawn into our body where it acts to stimulate us with sensations of a distinct quality, which makes us feel a certain way. People with “bad energy” are usually consumed with negative emotions that serve to drive their thoughts and behaviors to produce the experience of their emotions as an actual outer experience. When we’re around them and involved in an interaction of some kind, we exchange energy subliminally and it causes us to feel bad in the same way (transference). Subtle energy is both electric (projects) and magnetic (draws inward), and works through the principle of vibration and polarity that forms corresponding, complementary realities as a unification between the inner and outer, and between the self and another.
Developing a Working Model of how
Energy Operates Subliminally
developing a working concept in our mind of how subtle energy works we can
simultaneously develop methods for working with it in the practical sense. Whatever
state we’re in, we vibrate at as a frequency, and act to vibrate that same
state in everyone and everything around us. As we resonate with “like energies”
in others as a shared emotional state, our energy “enters into” their mental
sphere that permeates their body, and activates those same emotions in them,
bringing them to the surface where they’re actively expressed to produce a
After only a few seconds of interacting, we both begin vibrating in harmony with each other and form a joint-reality as the expression of the shared emotions. In a like manner, whenever we’re around others, whatever emotional state they’re actively expressing is being radiated and projected into the space around them where it’s magnetically drawn into our mental sphere and then enters our body where it stimulates us with the same emotion and we begin outwardly displaying the same types of behavior. As we take on their emotions and allow them to begin actively expressing through us, it modifies our state into a complementary one where we begin feeling, thinking, and acting the same way. This all happens energetically as an unconscious and automatic process where we’re unknowingly allowing ourselves to be created and therefore determined by others.
The Method for Controlling your own
The two most
effective means that I’ve found for controlling and regulating your own energy
as your state of mind, is by first setting the intention to do it while simultaneously
realizing you can (believe), then either imagining a protective sphere around
you that’s reflective and mirrors back energy to the sender, or that acts to
neutralize the energy by polarizing yourself to it. Once you set an intention
to become more aware of the energies operating around you that are unconsciously
affecting you, and you form a working concept in your mind of “how” they’re
operating to enter into and produce an effect in you, you can direct the
energies through your awareness alone.
sphere around you as an invisible globe that creates a form of translucent
screen, where vibrations as emotional energy don’t penetrate the barrier, but
spread out on its surface instead, much like a movie where you can “see” the
nature of the energy by “witnessing” it. This will allow you to see both the
inner and outer nature of it simultaneously without allowing it to enter into
your body and produce an effect. By learning how to sense it from a distance while
emotionally detached from it, we can “see it” as the reality it contains where
we can consciously “decide” if we want to let it in or not.
By keeping it outside of your body and not letting it “effect you” by causing a reaction, you act to neutralize it. Whenever we don’t share in the emotions being projected, and we don’t serve as the means of becoming the “effect of a cause”, we act to “cancel it out”, and energetically subdue it. If we let it in and allow it take hold, and begin actively expressing the same emotions, then we serve to amplify and multiply it. As long as we remain unaware of what’s actually happening, we reside in an unconscious state and absorb energies automatically. As we unconsciously absorb the energies being projected by others, we allow our mental state and actions to be regulated by whomever we exist in near proximity of. We “lend our will” to creating whatever reality we’re being seeded with as an emotional charge.
and the ability to consciously operate your own mind is the “magical secret” to
immortality. As long as we remain unaware of the nature of energy and how it
operates in the natural world, we’re subject to automatic processes that we
seem to have no control over. Once we become aware of them by creating a
concept of how they work, we can begin working with them in a deliberate and
precise manner. We can sense the quality of the energy being projected by
someone by how it’s affecting us emotionally, and then intuitively discern it as
a means of deciding whether to allow it to produce a like-effect in us, or to
deflect it and send it back to them. This is all done by imagining it.
If we absorb
and give life to the emotions being projected by others without realizing what
we’re doing, we act to propagate them while allowing them to alter our state
and determine our behavior. If we reflect them back by preventing them from
entering us and don’t act as the means for expressing them, we serve to
neutralize, disintegrate, and nullify them, while maintaining control over our
own emotional state and actions. We learn how to become fully responsible for
our own creation.
In a similar
manner, we can notice how some people act to energize and enliven us, while
others drain us and make us feel wiped out. The most natural way people drain
us by “feeding off of our energy”, is through attention seeking that elicits
sympathy. They behave in ways that are designed to give them attention, usually
by complaining, whining, going on and on about their problems, criticizing and
belittling others, acting helpless in their own life, or doing whatever it
takes to get you to feel sorry for them. Sympathy is the most natural way we
tie into other people’s energy and act to feed off of it.
It’s wise to
always pay close attention to how you’re being mentally and emotionally
affected by others and life-situations, and use that awareness to make your
decisions regarding them. Where we tend to falter is when we take an attitude
of attempting to somehow change the other person or situation, instead of
working to change ourselves and our relationship with them. People who drain
us, depress us, or stimulate us in undesirable ways by always trying to draw us
into their dramas, can only do so if we let them by cooperating. It’s always up
to us as to what relationships we enter into and continue to maintain, and what
situations we choose to keep ourselves submerged in, and what activities we
willingly participate in as a result. Self-awareness and skillful action is the
secret to creating your life in an intentional and precise manner.
All of what
we call the “major systems” of Spiritual Sciences are correlated with each
other and form a dynamic series of correspondences that serve as the means for
interpreting the principles that they all share in common. All actual or true
spiritual knowledge as “higher knowledge” is based on a practical understanding
of laws and principles. All material systems as organized elements that form
what we perceive as reality are shaped (organized, ordered, and structured),
held together as dynamic patterns, and animated as behavior by universal
The primary difference between natural laws that govern the material world and universal laws are that the universal produce the physical as an offspring or correspondence, and physical laws can be “over-ridden” and transformed by universal ones, which are “causal” (creative) in nature. Natural laws explain how systems operate and behave once they come into existence, whereas universal laws are what give rise to the physical systems themselves through an act of true creation. Universal laws are of the mind and soul, while physical laws describe the natural activities that the material forms created by the mind take on as behaviors.
The fundamental means of creation come by 3 primary forms of expression: numbers, letters, and words. The numbers used in any system are not a means of counting, but represent principles and how they exist in relationship with each other to form a whole. Numbers are interpreted as principles that are correlated with letters and words, and together form a whole system of correspondences as sounds, colors, symbols, geometric shapes, planets, archetypes, and metaphorical ideas, and so on, that are all of the same “nature” as a quality of consciousness or state of mind. Our mental state is what forms our vibratory frequency as a dynamic metaphorical pattern that then forms our perceptual lens that’s used for shaping our material reality to be of the same pattern on a larger and more inclusive level.
The “causal plane” of the mind exists as a “singularity”, and in the system of Numerology the Laws that it’s comprised of are represented by the single digits of 0 through 9, with 10 being 1 on a higher scale or octave. All multiple digit numbers are reduced to a single digit that reveals the primary principle involved. All combinations of numbers construct a formula that demonstrates the relationships involved between the active principles. Numbers are philosophically interpreted to find their meaning as the principles that are active and expressing to create in any material formation. The principles that are actively demonstrated through the numbers involved provide us with instructions as a formula for working with them in the practical sense. The 10 primary Universal Laws are purely energetic (mental) in nature and serve to give explicit instructions on how to use our “mind” to create reality. Reality as we know it is a mental construct that’s formed out of our consciousness as our “perception” of it.
The first 3
laws (0-2) are actually 1 law with 3 aspects that perform different functions of
the same thing, and are called the “3 in 1 Law”, also referred to as the
Trinity or Triad. The Triad represents the 3-fold nature of the mind, soul, and
self, which also makeup what we perceive as a 3-D reality or hologram. This
primary law reveals the nature of the “Supernal” as being comprised of dual
aspects (masculine and feminine), which combine to form a unified reality. This
3 in 1 Law (0, 1, 2) is considered the “Parental Law” (represented by the Dyad)
as what acts to birth the Triad, represented by 3, which is considered the
first “real” number as the “mental formation” of an idea. It’s real in the
sense that it’s here that an idea is first organized into a light-form in the
faculty of the imagination (inner) and serves as the basis for organizing
material reality (outer) to be of the same pattern as a thematic idea. The
inner and outer are actually a continuation of each other.
Out of the Primal Triad comes its offspring as a mirror image, and births the material world through 7 primary principles. The first “true number” is 3, forming 7 principles that systematically emerge from the Dyad as 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. All proceeding principles maintain their polarized state as a relationship between the inner and outer, self and another, and upper and lower as the means of constructing material reality. There’s a complementary relationship between 3 and 4, 5 and 6, and 7 and 8, which culminates in 9 as a complete and perfected cycle of creation.
The 10 primary
Universal Laws are represented in the Qabalah as spheres of consciousness that
exist in correlated “energetic states” as a creative process that uses
archetypes as unformed (invisible) ideas to produce an equivalent material
reality. This entire creative process is also dual in nature as a movement
between upper and lower planes that provides us with the process for both
formation and transformation. These principles are also represented in the
Tarot as the 22 trump of the Arcanum which provides us with a “key” for
interpreting the 10 primary laws and the 22 Paths of the Qabalah.
The first 11
principles of the Tarot involve formation as a complete cycle, and the second
11 the process for transformation of the original form created to a higher and
more perfected state. The 22 major Arcanum of the Tarot form a dynamic series
of correspondences that correlate with the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet
and can be used for interpreting and deciphering the symbolic “code” inherent
in words and names. The Qabalah has 10 primary and 1 “invisible” sphere (11) that’s
not an actual principle as an operation, but symbolizes instead moving from a
higher plane to a lower one for a total of 11 spheres. These 11 spheres correspond with the 22
archetypes of the Tarot as a descent of spirit into form and then the ascent
back into spirit as the full cycle of creation and transformation.
The 7 Hermetic Principles represent mental states and processes of creation that are energetic in nature and correspond with the 7 chakras of the subtle body (mind), 7 planets of the zodiac, 7 colors of the spectrum, 7 notes of a musical scale, and so on. The key to understanding spiritual principles in terms of being able to accurately interpret them is in understanding the Law of Correspondence, which is the 2nd of the 7 Principles. These principles give us insight and instruction on how to use our mind to create our self and our reality, which are done through the same mental process. Following a metaphorical correspondence to the 7 chakras, the first 3 are immutable (meaning they can’t be changed or transcended), and the 4 that proceed out of them are mutable and can be worked with by using the first 3 to transform them.
exist as a relationship where one lays the foundation necessary for the next to
spontaneously arise out of it as a growth process (the beginning and end as a
continuous cycle). When we’re looking at the principle represented by 3 as the
Triad, it comes as the full expression of 0-2, while still containing the
latent potential of 4-9. The Monad, which is the primary principle of the mind
and soul, contains the seeded potential for all the rest, which it acts to
birth as a process of creation by turning an invisible idea into a material
that are used in spiritual texts and allegories are actually a “code”, which
when interpreted accurately through the formula of principles inherent in the
letters that spell the name, give us great insight into the active forces as an
operation that’s actively expressing through their personality and activities. Throughout
biblical texts there are 72 (9) names of God that are used in the context of various
allegories, which serves as a code that reveals the law as an operation being used
and quality of consciousness being expressed through the nature of the
In a similar manner, any sequences of numbers serve as a formula of principles that together perform a singular operation. While all multiple digits are broken down to a single digit as a primary principle or stage of an overall process, the numbers the formula’s comprised of gives us further clues as to the qualities and relationships involved. Example: 163 = 10 = 1. The 163 gives us insight into the energetic nature of 10, and how it exists in relationship with 1 as a combined function of a particular nature. The 1, 6 and 3 are principles as a relationship or sequence of coordinated activity that acts as instructions for “how to” perform the overall operation represented by 1.
dimensions, dates, coordinates, relationships, symbolic form, colors, sounds,
and so on, are providing us with dynamic formulas as to the “inner nature” (soul)
of something, not as an actual physical description of the object itself. While
we tend to think that the spiritual world is symbolic of the material world,
it’s actually the other way around. The form doesn’t give rise to the life that
inhabits it, it’s the “life” as the soul that acts to shape the form as a
correspondence or symbolic representation of itself. Our soul exists as an archetype
imbued with specific attributes and qualities that form a corresponding
vibration. All vibration is a thematic pattern shaped by a mental image.
Whatever image of ourselves we form we systematically shape others and the
world at large to be of the same image and likeness. The nature of the form
gives us clues as to the nature of the consciousness that first acts to shape
it then animates it with life.
through our inherent (practical) understanding of universal law and principles
and the dynamic system of correspondences that we can accurately decipher the
code hidden in material form as the principles actively operating to create it
and then use it to express through. The chain-of-association that naturally
takes place when we view everything as symbolic is based on our personal
knowledge of attributes and qualities that pertain to specific ideas as
correlations. As with algebra, we can know the unknown parts of any equation by
how they exist in relationship to the known parts. All material form is shaped
as a relationship with its creator.
people approach the idea of meditation as a method of some kind that’s designed
to produce a predictable effect, and believe there are only certain ways to “truly
meditate”, the fact may be that it’s a process through which we train our mind
to step outside of our lower, conditioned nature and connect intimately with
our higher Self. In our Western society, which has a tendency to focus almost
exclusively on our physical nature, meditation is often seen as a means of
calming the mind and inducing deepened states of relaxation, which is the
beginning stage of most meditative processes.
Some people even go so far as to argue about what’s meditation and what’s not, indicating that there’s a right way of doing it and a wrong way. Yet meditation, like any spiritual practice, which means it involves how you use your own mind to achieve altered states of consciousness, is something that’s done in a unique way by everyone doing it. There are no rules of right and wrong ways, simply guidelines that provide us with a starting point as a means of producing the foundation out of which a natural process arises and becomes active beyond our ability or desire to control it. If you’re held to the idea of a right and wrong way, and go about it by obeying rules laid down for you by others, then it simply becomes a relaxation technique or produces whatever the structured process is designed to produce.
Meditation as a Spiritual Practice
as a spiritual practice provides us with a means of calming and subduing our
habitual thoughts and impulses, while forming a place of inner peace and
silence that ultimately connects us with our Higher Self. It also provides us
with a process for being able to step outside of and detach from the conditioned
“content” of our mind and view it instead from an objective and unemotional perspective.
As we detach from our own thoughts and story about things and view them instead
from a perspective of “witnessing” them, we begin realizing the “process”
involved that acts to give rise to our thoughts. We can watch the impulses as
they rise up, form into a whole synchronized series of interrelated thoughts
that peak and express momentarily, then subside, die down, and fade away, while
another impulse rises in its place.
By quieting the mind of outer awareness and habitual thoughts, we become present with our inner awareness. Our focal point becomes our own feelings and allowing our thoughts to freely flow by without grabbing onto them or penetrating them and going into a detailed story or narrative of some kind. As we simply sit on the shore and content ourselves with watching our thoughts flow by we can begin realizing that it’s merely the “content” of our mind produced by our conditioning, and we become aware instead of the process involved in “producing our thoughts” as our perception of reality, which is a form of delusion that we’ve mistaken for being “who we are”. By observing the content of our mind we can begin realizing that we’re not the story itself, but rather the mind that’s producing and acting to give rise to the story “about” our self. We’re the author and storyteller, and not the story itself. Our soul is our mind as the medium through which the story plays out as a reality.
Once we gain
realization around how it is that we’re acting to “create our self” through the
reality we create through the perspective of our conditioning and personality,
we can begin questioning our own motives, and gaining even deeper realizations
about the nature of our unconscious mind and how it acts to produce our
perception of reality. As we move into the emotions that drive our thoughts and
actions, while maintaining an awareness that’s detached from the need to somehow
justify and validate our reality as being true, the illusion of it becomes more
and more apparent, and our identification with our body and personality begins slowly
fading away. We can gain an awareness of our “self” as the medium through which
our thoughts take place, rather than being the thoughts themselves.
continue to become aware of the process our mind undergoes as a means of
creating our perception of reality, we begin stepping into our true identity as
the mind and soul that’s creating it as a mental projection. This awareness as
a new and higher form of self-realization liberates us from the delusion of our
conditioning and we no longer have a need to continue creating it. As our
conditioned mind begins dissolving and fading away, we begin sensing our “self”
and reality as it really is, apart from our story. We see with great clarity
that we were creating our self out of a false identity through an unconscious
state where we didn’t realize in the direct sense who we really are, what we
were doing, and how it is that we were doing it.
As we gain a deeper awareness of our self as our higher consciousness, we shed the identity of our conditioning, neutralizing and purifying our body, and it becomes the temple as a vehicle for our higher self to create from a fully conscious state of “actual” self-awareness. We come fully into the realization that the material reality is not who we are, but something we create by formulating it inwardly as imagined thoughts that are then projected outwardly. All needs and desires for material possessions and status that used to provide us with the means for defining ourselves and feeling secure in our false identity begins to disappear. As we realize that we’re not “of this world” or dimension, and begin consciously residing in a higher awareness, we assume a natural position of serving others. Our karma that was incurred through unconscious conditioning resolves and we no longer continue to live and create out of it. Liberation comes as a “mental state of being”, not a physical one. The mental is what lays the foundation for the physical to naturally emerge out of.
method of meditation comes by entering into an altered state of passivity,
while setting an intention to acquire information about something as an answer
to a question or problem. By fully relaxing our mind and body, calming all
habitual thoughts while relinquishing the need to try and control or come up
with the answer from our conditioned mind of personal memory, and impressing
the question on the empty space within and around us, then letting go and
residing patiently in silence, we connect with higher consciousness and act as
a passive “receiver” for information that provides us with the answer to our
inquiry. Questions and answers, like higher and lower planes of the same
reality, exist in polarity to each other. They’re complementary aspects of the
same idea as a holographic pattern.
our attention in a single minded fashion on the question, free from
distractions, we tune ourselves energetically (spiritually) to the answer, and
serve as a passive receiver for the answer to come “through us”. As long as we’re
actively trying to “figure out the answers”, we exist in an active state and
can’t receive an answer that’s not a part of the previous experiences of our
conditioning. The “active aspect” (masculine) of the mind can’t communicate
(seed) with another active aspect, it has to have a passive mind (feminine) that
can “conceive it” and where it can “rise up” within the imagination of the
passive mind (unconscious) and reveal itself (begin unfolding) as a
The subconscious is the receptive aspect of the lower material mind and serves to “draw in” and gives life to the active aspect of either the higher mind, or lower self-conscious mind of outer awareness on the same lower plane of the subconscious. By silencing the active material mind of conditioned thought, we render ourselves passive and receptive, and become a fluent receiver for higher consciousness to “seed and impregnate us” with an idea that will serve as an answer to our question or solve a problem. If we begin to use our conditioned mind to evaluate and alter the answer through our beliefs and emotional filters, then we stay stuck in the reality of the problem. This is what Einstein was referring to when he said “a problem can’t be solved with the same mind that created it”, and why all great thinkers and inventors get their ideas as a form of “vision” that comes to them out of the blue bringing new awareness and realizations.
Goal of Meditation
While many “use”
meditation to achieve certain states or as a means of relaxing, once you get
into a regular practice and begin connecting with your higher consciousness
within the silence of your material mind, it produces a feeling of euphoria and
you begin “falling in love” with your higher self. You form a deep desire for
the connection and begin identifying with it as a normal way of being. Once the
illusion of our conditioned state begins falling away along with the identity
we formed through it, and we begin “looking through the eyes of higher
consciousness”, we begin training ourselves to maintain a passive mind as a
normal way of being in order to stay connected with our higher awareness. We
become fully “present” in our everyday life while maintaining a sense of inner
peace. Meditation becomes our normal way of being and we train our body to be
the vehicle and instrument for higher consciousness to inhabit, be, and express
happens you give up the need to be right, you no longer argue to prove your
point, all pain and suffering born out of the illusion and lack of forgiveness
fade, you lose your desire for material gratification and status, and you begin
seeking solace in the silence and natural beauty of things. You begin tuning
into the miraculous nature of life, and feel compassion for all other living
beings. Every act becomes an expression of kindness because you’re no longer
invested in the illusion and need to judge others who are still consumed with
the illusion of their own making. Once we no longer get our identity from our
conditioning, we liberate ourselves from our own story and tendency to delude
ourselves. We realize with extreme clarity that we are “in this world, but not
of it”, and that “of ourselves we’re nothing”. All true power comes from our
higher self. We’re not the product of our own story; we’re the creator of it.
Our story of reality takes place both “within us” and “outside of us” through the
medium of our mind as a projection through the time-space continuum.
symbolically refer to as the “serpent power” in esoteric sciences is the Astral
Light of the Formative planes that’s governed by the subconscious. It’s the
universal principle as a subhuman force that builds everything from the inside
out and is controlled and directed through mental means. Serpent power is the
source of all “illusions” created from emotional reactions as instinctual
behaviors that are unconscious and automatic in nature. When this primal force
is tamed, overcome, and directed by mental means, it becomes a primary
instrument of transformation, and ultimately provides us with the secret to
The symbol of the snake eating its own tail
reveals how it feeds on itself as its own emotional reactions by absorbing the
experiences they create, and digesting and assimilating them into its being.
The universal consciousness is eternal, unchanging, and remains forever the
same, while entering into various forms of expression that all feed on one
another as emotional interactions. The icon of the serpent represents emotion,
which is the motivating force of the subconscious that activates complementary
thoughts to produce the reality of the emotions as an unconscious creation.
Habitual realities as a life-theme are created when we live out of the same fixed perceptions and emotional states and the memories we create from them. All creation comes as patterns produced by the vibratory frequency that acts on itself to assemble itself as both an inner and outer reality of the same nature and kind. We bring the formative power of the serpent energy under control by employing the disintegrative forces of Mercury as the conscious direction of mental states. While it operates systematically from an unconscious state, we can use it to consciously create ourselves by selecting and assimilating the right “mental food”.
energy of arousal and passion is represented by Leo, which governs the spine
and nervous currents of the body that can be directed upward through the energy
centers of the body (chakras), activating, and transforming their energetic
frequency into coherent patterns. Leo is exalted in Neptune, sign of water,
which represents the principle of emotion and memory (self-assimilating
patterns as a frequency) that work together to form life. It’s the inner essence
and life giving energy that animates form as its soul and spirit. Spirit as
life-force activates the memory (constitution) of the soul to produce reality
as an experience of itself. The soul not only produces and inhabits its
material body, but also the entire outer reality that emanates from the body as
a projection of memory (perceptual lens) that it uses to create specific types
of experiences of itself.
subconscious works through the creative imagination to generate mental imagery that
serves as a symbolic idea that it lays over the outer reality and uses to
develop detailed realities of the same essence and nature. It takes whatever
thoughts (ideas) we feed it, matches it with a complementary emotion, and
produces an experience of the meaning of our emotional-thoughts as an outer
reality. Our soul uses the experience as a means of simultaneously creating
itself by identifying with its own self-produced realities. It forms an
interpretation of the experience that gives it meaning, then forms a memory of
itself out of the meaning as a kind of metaphorical (universal) idea that can
be used to create more experiences of the same nature by how it’s adapted to
As we direct
our mental focus and concentrate on an idea, we build up forms by organizing
them to create an inner reality as a representation that serves as a memory.
The self-conscious aspect of the mind (active awareness) selects an idea that
it them impresses in the imagination as a metaphor and mental state that’s
developed into a detailed reality by thinking about it in a concentrative
manner. Whatever we choose to focus on, and digest and integrate depends on our
conscious selection of ideas that we then “become one with” in mind and body.
Our self-conscious is what we can think of as the “gatekeeper” that actively
chooses what to let in and serve to “seed” the subconscious with what it “wants”
to create, then acts to witness the offspring of its own mental creation as a
which is dual in nature on every level of existence, works by way of the
holographic principle, where an image is illuminated with the same light source
that remains unadulterated as what witnesses and absorbs its own creation as a
material form. One light source as a concentrated beam is split in two, and one
is impressed and programmed with an image that’s then projected and realized as
a three-dimensional form by the other aspect of the same light source. As we
speak, we simultaneously form the internal image of the meaning of our words in
our imagination, which acts to instruct our subconscious to produce as a
corresponding outer reality as the means for experiencing our own creation.
referred to as the Akasha Field of memory (the Astral Field of Light), or The
Book of Life, acts as a permanent record of all our soul’s creation. We use our
will to direct our subconscious through language and how we construct sentences
to form an idea. As we think about an idea we define it with detail as both
energetic and material attributes. As we speak or think, we call forth the
reality of our words in our mind’s eye, where they’re projected and turned into
a reality as a kind of movie or living scenario. When we combine our intellect
with the forces of Nature in order to create, we impress those forces with
human consciousness, and they become available as memory for others to receive
intelligently utilize the natural forces of the material world by taming the
lion (energies of the body). We tame it by feeding it words as metaphors that
it then uses to articulate and create realities out of. Words organize Astral
Light into forms in the imagination, and are the intelligent medium that
connects all of humanity through the same emotions and mental imagery. The
electrical forces of the world are tamed and modified by humans through speech
and mental imagery. Speech is the universal reverberation that acts
systematically to produce the reality of its meaning. If you change the pattern
as a mental image, you change the reality that results. By infusing an image
with a positive (magnetic) feeling that elicits adoration, courage, and gallantry,
we engage the lion (beast) and it becomes our servant, instead of us being its
The Great Secret of Manifestation
referred to as the great secret of esoteric sciences is that the subconscious
is always in control of every subhuman manifestation of cosmic energy. Every
force in Nature that governs all kingdoms can be directed and utilized by
intelligently using the subconscious. We create in the material world by
directing these forces into ideas. All new elements and creation have their
origin in the mind of man. Ideas become “things” in the external world as a
result of ideas conceived of and developed in the creative imagination that
acts as a seed that’s gestated into a physical form by the subconscious.
always comes as the harmonious union and balanced action of the self-conscious
(masculine) and subconscious (feminine) to produce the reality (first internal
then external) as its offspring. Patterns are selected and set by
self-conscious interpretation of experiences as meaning that’s expressed as a
story we tell by living it as an experience of our self. The subconscious
creates the reality of our thoughts and emotions, which “is” our will to
create. When we speak internally as thoughts that are unconscious in nature,
our will becomes the means through which we employ destructive patterns and we
become as animals that are ignorant of the very laws by which we create. By
understanding this law as the secret to moral strength and accurate use of our
will, we become our own master and begin creating in a more conscious, precise,
and responsible manner.
One of the most fundamental truths that we need to honestly comprehend in order to learn how to consciously create our self and our life, is in realizing the true relationship between the mind and body. While there’s a fundamental misconception that the body somehow “gives rise to” the mind, partially due to the fact that there are three basic aspects of the mind and soul, one of which is oriented to what we call “body consciousness” as our subconscious, the fact is the mind is what produces and maintains the life of the body. The body, including the brain and heart, and all “matter” for that fact, is comprised of light (photons) that’s organized into a physical form producing a “house or temple” for the mind as the soul to inhabit and use in order to express, create, and evolve itself to higher and lower levels of consciousness. Matter as the body is passive and receptive in nature, and acts to draw in and bond with the energetic essence of the mind through resonance.
The mind, like the soul (which is synonymous) isn’t a fixed form like the body it inhabits, but is a living, breathing field of energy that’s constantly evolving and reformulating itself by absorbing and integrating energy of a similar nature to it from the atmosphere around it and from parallel planes of both a higher and lower nature. The mind sets the vibratory frequency of the body, which acts as a tuner, receiver, transducer, and transmitter of energy as knowledge and ideas of various sorts. We’re designed to “receive knowledge” based on what quality as a state of mind we embody and become. We tune into and merge with planes of knowledge through resonance by becoming “like” the qualities as consciousness of that plane.
Our state of mind is something that we
have the ability to regulate and determine by learning how to use the different
aspects of our mind to regulate other aspects. Our mind works “on itself” to
produce the experience of itself as a whole reality. The subconscious of the
body doesn’t have the ability to become self-aware and gain intuitive
realizations about itself, then actively decide what state it’s going to
produce in order to act as a conduit for specific and selected types of
knowledge, but simply acts instead as a passive receiver and vehicle for the
higher, conscious aspect of the mind. It will readily absorb, become one with,
and actualize as a reality whatever “idea” is acting to “impregnate it”. This
aspect of the mind acts as a womb for suggestion given to it by an active (willful)
mind, and produces the reality of the suggestion as an “experience” of it. It
creates the idea first as an inner representation or imaginary reality that
then becomes the metaphorical template as an organizing mechanism for producing
as an outer reality of the same nature.
When we remain unaware of how we’re programming ourselves or allowing ourselves to be programmed by others, we create ourselves in a random and haphazard way, usually without any real awareness of what we’re doing and how we’re doing it. This is why this aspect of the mind is referred to as “unconscious”. It lacks awareness in the most basic sense of the idea, and most importantly and awareness of its true nature as a creative, self-determining being. This is the aspect of the mind we share with the animal kingdom that’s driven purely by instinct as emotionally motivated behavior born out of conditioning and whatever we’ve been “trained” to as children. When we live out of emotions and the imaginary dramas they produce, we use our creative power to create ourselves according to the will and illusions of others. As long as we remain unconscious of our own power to create, we live in a constant reactive state where we act to “absorb and assimilate” all the emotions of others being transmitted in near proximity of us without any resistance or apparent ability to redirect them.
The Relationship between Thought and
All of life exists as a dynamic series
of intimate relationships that work together to “create realities” as varying
planes of existence unified into a coherent idea. Thought and emotions are
complementary opposites that play off each other in order to produce an
experience of reality as a coherent and cohesive idea. They both exist as a
part of what we call the astral plane of formation, which, like all parallel
planes operate through a form of hierarchy as an up and down, back and forth,
in and out movement. In the astral plane (atmosphere of star (sun) light),
which precedes the material plane and serves as a kind of spatial map for
organizing the material matrix, we have upper and lower regions as a range of
vibration. The upper can be viewed as thought which forms light into shapes and
scenarios, and the lower is comprised of emotion which is the formative and motivational
force of thought.
Thought as “form” provides the empty shell as a kind of metaphor that spirit inhabits, and emotions determine the behaviors the thought-form takes on. When we’re oriented from the higher regions descending into the lower, thought is causal in nature and acts to naturally invoke its complementary emotion, using it to create in a precise and deliberate manner. When oriented from the lower region of emotion ascending upward, the emotion gives rise to and determines the nature of thoughts that are associated with it. One is always married to the other as a means of creating a singular experience of reality. When we allow emotions to dominate us, they control our thoughts and run our imagination, rendering our higher nature a servant to our lower, unconscious nature. When reversed, we control and determine our thoughts and regulate our emotional state, rendering it a servant to our higher, conscious, and creative nature.
This is why cleansing ourselves of all
negativity and purifying our mind and soul are a fundamental part of all
spiritual and creative development. Whatever “state” we cultivate and maintain
determines what plane of knowledge we tune ourselves to and experience as our
perception of reality. A negative, lower vibration of pain and destruction
(hate, anger, vindictiveness, jealousy, sadness, etc.) keeps us imprisoned in
that reality, which we ourselves are acting to create. All qualities have whole
planes of knowledge associated with them. Anger tunes us into the knowledge of
that plane, where we act to propagate and multiply anger by creating consistent
experiences that express and feed our anger.
Whatever quality and emotional state we
embody and allow to take hold within us (whether unconsciously or with
awareness), we become in spirit (mind), and we “exist” on that level of reality
while continuously acting “on ourselves” to produce more of those type of
experiences. As we produce consistent types of experiences they become our
memories and build up through an accumulative process, and become our soul’s
constitution as the blueprint we use for creating ourselves and more realities
of the same nature. We become the channel for expressing anger by becoming it
in mind and body, condemning ourselves to a life of constant pain and
suffering. When we do this to ourselves we live in our lower, unconscious, and
unaware mind as we’re being created by others and our own reaction to imaginary
illusions about ourselves and others.
Anytime we’re reacting (emotionally) we’re lending our will to be created by whatever is causing the reaction, and creating ourselves “as” our lower nature. As we take on the emotions of others that act to awaken and feed those same emotions in us, we act on ourselves in an aware manner to tune our mind to produce realities that express the emotion and “give us more of it”. Whatever we become one with in mind and body we tune and bond ourselves too energetically. All “states of mind” are associated with spheres of knowledge that act naturally to produce the reality of that state. In order to change our reality and the nature of our experiences, we need to change our state of mind as a “quality of consciousness”. This requires self-awareness, consciously making new decisions, and using our will to discipline ourselves to a new way of being.
Observing our own Mind and Tendencies
As human beings, we employ emotions as
the means of creating without realizing the consequences we draw upon ourselves.
Heaven and hell aren’t “places” in terms of how we tend to think about them;
they’re “states of mind” as the reality we create out of that state. This is
very easy to realize by simply observing the difference between your
perception, how you feel, and how you interpret things to create your
experience of them while in an angry or resentful state as opposed to an
inspired or loving state. How we perceive and experience the same event or
situation is completely different based on what mood we’re in at the time.
Whatever mood you’re in determines what you focus on, think about, what
memories run through your mind, how you see others, your attitude, and how you
Emotions only exist in the lower planes
of the unconscious as instinct designed to produce behaviors that are automatic
and engaged in without awareness or the need to consciously evaluate them. They
are projected and transmitted through the astral plane (atmosphere) as an
energetic charge. They’re ‘infectious’ because we ‘absorb’ and take them on
without directly realizing it and let them ‘run us’ by triggering memories that
we use as a form of thematic template for forming our thoughts. As we
unconsciously take on an emotion and form the inner reality of the emotion, we
‘tune ourselves’ energetically to the reality and actions of those emotions.
Through our emotional states we become a predictable part of the ‘group mind’ which
determines how we form our thoughts about ourselves and others as the reenactment
of our “formative conditioning” as children and the ‘suggestions’ we’re
constantly allowing into our mind that are given to us by others.
Once we realize the true nature and purpose of emotions, we can resist taking them on while intentionally acting on ourselves to control and redirect our own thinking and cultivate a positive state and the reality instead. The most basic form of self-control comes from learning how to regulate our own emotional states. All “qualities” as a “way of being” have planes of knowledge associated to them that produce our perception of reality as the basis for creating our experiences. In order to access ‘higher planes’ of reality we must first act on ourselves to cultivate and consistently maintain an ‘exalted (virtuous) state’. In order to step into our divine nature as a self-aware creative being we have to become like the beings of that plane. We have to move out of a constant state of unconscious reaction to one where we’re conscious and proactive. We have to move from being unconsciously created by others to becoming consciously created by ourselves in an intentional and precise manner.
Vibratory Hierarchies as Perceptual Filters
and Self-Organizing Processes
States, planes, spheres, realms, worlds,
kingdoms, and dimensions all exist in a hierarchical flow from higher to lower,
and from lower to higher vibration. All vibration has patterns as informational
structures that form and animate whole realities. Through the Law of Vibration,
sympathetic induction (absorption), and coherence (integration to form a new
vibration), a kind of filtering process takes place where different aspects of
the same group of information are made passive and active (turned on and off),
forming new combinations as an altered or modified configuration of the same
thing (theme). The elements involved remain the same, but they’re arranged and
reformulated to form a new version as a complementary pattern or living offspring.
Everyone who is a part of the same event or situation experiences it in a
unique way and tells a different account of it based on their state of mind at
the time and what they noticed and emphasized and what they ignored and left
out. We all take the same group of shared information and abstract only specific
aspects that can be formed into the reality of our mental paradigm. We’re
always taking what we can think of as a universal idea and re-organizing it to
form a personalized version of the same basic nature.
We can only move from ‘one plane to another’ (between planes) through resonance. By becoming of the same nature as the qualities (pattern of being) inherent in that plane, we’re spontaneously ‘absorbed’ into it as a form of energetic intake. When two frequencies are similar in nature and tuned to the same master key, they serve to activate each other where one enters into and blends with the other, influencing both to form an altered vibration through a form of synchronization. Once united as the same thing, the vibration of both is altered and they begin vibrating in harmony with each other as a new state. Lower levels can’t access higher levels directly because they’re not similar enough to each other, and therefore a medium is required as the equilibrating point between them that can act to absorb one, integrate and assimilate it to become close enough in proximity to the other that it can be drawn up into the lowest regions of the higher plane.
All planes (dimensions) have a “range of
vibration” as a graduation from lower regions of the same frequency to higher
regions in the same way a musical scale of seven notes acts to form an octave as
an accumulation or “whole scale”. The “accumulative affect” of the lower
frequency (plane) in its higher range, becomes similar enough to the lower
frequency of the next higher plane that it can be “drawn” into it. Our
vibration as a frequency is produced by how we consistently create and accumulate
experiences of a certain type that serve to form our memories, all of which are
born out of our natural mental and emotional states.
As we move from a lower vibration to a higher one a filtering process takes place as a kind of refinement. The destructive, negative, and delusional ideas of the lower, emotional and unconscious nature can’t naturally move into the reality of the higher, positive, and constructive plane of a fully awake and self-aware mind. As long as we remain unaware of our true creative power as conscious and divine beings, we condemn ourselves to the life of illusion created out of our emotional states. As long as our emotions run us and we use our will to create the reality of others through a reactive state, we keep ourselves confined to a mortal and unconscious existence as an intelligent animal that’s easy to train. We remain in the reality of pain and suffering that we’re acting on ourselves unknowingly to create.
We’re all enslaved by our own mind and
how we’ve been trained to use it. When we cultivate and consistently live out
of fear and anxiety of some kind, we act on ourselves to condemn ourselves to a
life of constant fearful thoughts and suggestions that only serve to produce
more experiences of fear and anxiety. It’s up to us to work on intentionally
changing our own mental state. No one else can do it for us. We keep ourselves
tuned to the reality of our feelings, emotions, and unconscious (habitual)
thoughts. Just as our higher soul acts as the medium between higher forms of
consciousness and lower forms of unconsciousness (instinct), our body-soul acts
as the medium for absorbing and expressing the emotions and consciousness
within the material plane through a form of horizontal movement between the
inner and outer as our self and another.
What we now think of as the Human race was
originally created as the combination of higher and lower beings in order to
produce slaves as a workforce. We were bred in an experimental way in order to
produce a being intelligent enough to do the work, yet easy to control and give
direction, with no philosophy of our own. When we’re “in” our lower, animal
nature (which is primarily an unconscious state) we lack self-awareness in the
most basic sense, and the higher capacities of reason. We often lack the
confidence and executive faculties necessary to make decisions for ourselves
and exercise our will in order to consciously create. There’s a complete lack
of awareness as to our higher nature as divine, god-like beings, and we simply
live out of whatever emotional states and dynamics we’ve been conditioned with
and continue to act as a magnet for.
We become a servant to the will of what
we imagine to be higher, supreme and authoritative beings. We’re taught to
worship other human beings of a higher and more conscious nature as “Gods”. While
in our normal and somewhat unconscious state, we simply absorb the suggestions
(thoughts) and emotions given to us through the projections of others, and
allow them to take control of our will where we cooperatively create the
reality they want us to. While in our lower nature we lack any real sense of
purpose in realizing our own ability to consciously create ourselves. Whatever
state we exist in determines what plane and type of reality we use our mind to
Death is still one of the greatest mysteries there are. Some people feel terrified at the mere thought of it because they have no idea what to expect or what will actually happen and “where they’ll go”. Whatever we imagine is largely due to our beliefs and what we’ve been conditioned to in terms of our faith. In order to gain a practical understanding of this idea, we’d also have to define what it is we’re referring to as “death”, because like all words and ideas, it means something different to everyone contemplating it, and if we approach it as a generalized idea, we can be on completely different pages and not even know it.
What most people are referring to when
they talk about dying is when the physical body stops working for some reason
and we cease to exist as that body, personality, and identity. Most consider
themselves to be the identity they form while in a body “as” the body. This
identification with the body and personality is what’s commonly referred to as
the ego, which is portrayed as being a fundamental form of “false identity” and
makes us “mortal” because our “sense of self” is obtained purely through our
physical existence, which also dies with the body.
What we refer to as our “soul” however, is universal and eternal in nature because it consists of pure energy. We know for a fact scientifically that energy can’t be destroyed in terms of being killed or disappearing and no longer “existing”, but is merely transformed from one state to another. This means that it transcends the body at physical death and continues to exist in a parallel dimension that’s invisible to the physical senses, just as the mind and soul are when inhabiting the body. So the first thing we have to really get clear on is that the soul-mind is not the body itself, but what constructs and maintains and operates the body, giving it “life”. When the soul leaves the body it no longer has life, is no longer “held together” and animated, and begins the process of disintegration and returning to the raw elements that were used to form it.
Mind and Soul
Many people continue to perceive in
dualistic terms even when they embrace the idea of reality being a unification
of multiple planes or states of existence that combine to form a singularity as
what we call “reality”. We know for a fact, scientifically speaking, that
energy (invisible forces of consciousness) and matter are different aspects or
densities of the same thing and are interchangeable at the fundamental level.
We know that all material bodies are accompanied by an energy field (field of
organized information), while many fields of energy exist without a physical
counterpart. We also know that a form of electromagnetic field (phantom) accompanies
DNA and is what performs the task we call “natural selection” that determines
what sequences are formed in order to construct the body giving it specific
characteristics and traits, and serves to “activate and conduct” the process of
regeneration and cellular formation that ultimately organizes and structures
the body using a form of etheric blueprint (energetic body) as a means of
What we refer to as the etheric body (in esoteric science) is what science now refers to as the “phantom effect”, and is what has traditionally been called the “Holy Ghost” of the trinity, which is a symbolic idea describing the 3-fold nature of the mind and soul. This etheric double is the essence of the soul formed out of accumulated and integrated memory that’s used to construct the physical house or temple of the soul, and remains within the material plane with the body at the time of death as a form of remnant that disintegrates in a more gradual manner than the body over a longer period of time. This “echo” or lingering memory of the soul is what we occasionally experience as ghosts or apparitions of departed souls. Whenever someone claims to be in contact with people who are deceased, they’re actually referring to this lingering consciousness and not the soul itself, which sheds it as a form of garment that’s soiled and worn out.
Many can have a tendency to think of the mind
and soul as different ideas, with the mind typically being attributed to the
brain, heart, and body, and the soul some other mysterious force we’re not
quite sure of. In reality however, the mind “is” the soul and is the means
through which all material matter is constructed and used as a vehicle for the
soul to self-express and create experiences of itself, and is what “operates”
the body to form it as a unique individual. The mind and the soul are
synonymous ideas and can be used interchangeably to describe different aspects
as functions of the same thing.
The mind and soul have what we call a
3-fold nature, which means there are three distinct parts that perform
different functions in creating the same unified reality. On the higher planes of
pure energy and essence the mind is unified or androgynous, as is reality
itself, and becomes “dual” as polar opposites when descending into the lower
plane of “experience”. This is because in order to create experiences of
itself, it needs to create the illusion of an inner and outer, and a self and
another that all appear to be separate from each other. It’s not only the
physical body that’s organized, constructed, and used by the soul as the means
of expressing, but the outer reality in which the body lives and is an integral
part of. All reality as we’re capable of “knowing it” through our “perception”
of it is formed as a mental construct or larger pattern that’s of the same
nature as the body and is what serves to set the stage necessary for the soul
to live out a certain type of story as the means of creating itself “through”
the experiences of itself it provides.
What we commonly refer to as the higher mind or soul exists on the plane “above” the lower plane and is the aspect that organizes and orchestrates the entire lower plane of physical reality in order to produce specialized types of experience. When descending into the lower plane to “be in” the reality of its creation as a direct experience of it, it divides into feminine and masculine aspects as what we call the subconscious and self-conscious mind, also referred to as the “material mind”. These two aspects of the material mind are complementary opposites that work together through a form of dynamic paradox to produce an inner and outer self as an inner and outer awareness that are intimate aspects of each other.
Matter, the subconscious, and the lower
soul (etheric double) are considered feminine in nature because they act as a
form of passive receptor for the active, masculine aspect which serves to
impregnate it with an idea as a form of “seed” that it then formulates and
births as a corresponding physical reality. Matter is passive and lifeless in
its fundamental state and only acts as a form of “empty shell” that’s magnetic
in nature for consciousness to enter into through “sympathetic resonance”, and
is used as the means of expressing and creating on the material plane. The only
way the soul can transform itself to new and more diverse states as a vibratory
frequency (pattern as a story and character) is through its ability to create
new experiences of itself. Once it leaves or sheds a body, whatever nature and
character it created of itself while in the body remains eternally the same on
the energetic level. All growth and transformation of the soul only takes place
while in a body through an experience of itself “as” specific qualities and
characteristics (all of which it creates).
The subconscious is the aspect of the self that’s “unconscious” in nature, which means it operates constantly within the material plane to organize it and operate it as a “living body”, as well as produce the phenomenon of what we perceive as the reality “out there” that creates the appearance as a form of “illusion” of being outside of and separate from us. This entire mental construct takes place without our direct awareness of how it’s all being produced. All reality is experienced as being both “in here” and “out there” as a dynamic living matrix produced as a mental construct by the soul at different levels simultaneously. All of this takes place without our direct awareness of it as our own creation.
This paradoxical fact is self-evident
through the realization that even though we all seem to share what we call an
“objective reality” that’s fundamentally the same for everyone (we all share
the same subconscious mind), we all form unique perspectives and perceptions of
the same reality that allow us to experience it in unique ways. Ten people who
are a part of the same event, when separated and asked to give an account of
their experience of it will all tell a different story about what happened. This
is because all experience of reality is subjective in nature and is produced as
a mental construct out of our paradigm. All of what we call reality is actually
only evident through our perception of it. We’re always taking what we can
think of as a universal idea (archetype) and using it as the means of creating
a unique and personalized version. On the material plane we’re a part of the
“group mind” of consensus where we’re given an idea and taught what to think in
order to be like everyone else, whereas on the higher plane of the soul, we’re
individuals who always create in a unique way as a form of self-expression
based on our vibratory frequency as our energetic constitution.
When our soul becomes fully identified with our material body, and creates an illusion of itself as a specific personality and identity (we fashion our ego), it fears death because its annihilation of the ego. When the soul realizes its true origins as the creator of the body and material reality that it uses to experience itself, it maintains a detachment to the body and cultivates its proper identity as a universal creative being. The soul takes on three perspectives simultaneously as the means of experiencing itself – it’s in the first person as being “in the experience” or from the inside looking out and having an experience; in the second person that’s dissociated and “witnessing the experience” as if another person; and in the third person watching itself watch the experience from a higher perspective of the “whole story” being played out in this lifetime. These three aspects and different perspectives are always engaged in a form of dialogue with each other as thoughts, self-reflecting on thoughts, and self-guidance through a subtle awareness of the greater story of our life.
The Accumulation and Absorption of
The idea of what’s commonly called a
“life review” as key memories that “flash before our eyes” as we’re dying is
what we can think of as the soul absorbing the experiences obtained while in
the body from a dual perspective of “cause and effect”. We review key memories
that were of an emotionally intense nature where whatever we did that hurt or
caused another pain and suffering, we experience from the receiving end. We become
the “effect” of whatever it is we caused. When we shed our body, which is what
“locates us at a specific point within the material plane” in order to form a
specific perspective, we then take on our universal nature and experience
everything in a holistic manner that’s no longer separate in terms of cause and
effect, as both the giving and receiving end of our own actions (creations).
Anything that we perceive as “doing to
another”, we’re actually doing to ourselves through the same act, because
there’s actually only one of us that’s appearing as two. We are held
accountable for our own actions in the most direct sense of the idea. All of
what we call “judgment” isn’t conducted by an outside force that acting to
evaluate our deeds, but is something we experience from a holistic plane as
what we could think of as a “whole and fully integrated pattern”. In this way
we experience all aspects of our own creation by how we actively used our will
to create our experiences in relationship with others, which is really a relationship
we form with “unknown aspects of ourselves” that we perceive in others.
In the ultimate sense of the idea there’s really no such thing as “another” that we experience as being apart from us and either doing something to us, or we’re doing something to them, and once we leave and transcend this plane of duality, we realize that what we perceive as being another was actually the embodiment of aspects of ourselves that we were unconscious of. At death of the body and transcendence back into wholeness, we realize through direct experience that there was really only one of us creating our own experience of ourselves as someone specific having a certain “type of experience” from a specific location in time. All memories obtained while in a dual state on the material plane, are returned to their holistic state as a complete pattern on the higher, universal plane, and form what we call karma as living different lives where we’re on the receiving end of our actions from a previous life.
The Death Experience
While many look for answers as to what
to “expect” when they die as a kind of generalization or regimented, dogmatic idea
that’s similar for everyone, it’s actually the mind and soul that produces all
of our experiences in life as well as in death. The mind stays fully intact at
death of the body and continues creating its own experiences in what we call
the afterlife, which simply means without a physical body. Whatever belief
system we form and maintain in life as the means of creating our self through
creating our experiences, is the same one that produces our experience of dying
and transcending to a different plane. This is why nearly all spiritual
traditions emphasize the importance of our “beliefs and faith”. Whatever ideas
we form as beliefs form our mental construct and associations, and not only
tune us energetically to correlating planes of existence, but also shape how we
The fact of the mind and soul always creating in a unique and diverse fashion has a tendency to drive science and religion crazy, because they both look for consistency and repetition as the means of attempting to determine and validate truth from fiction. The group mind of the material plane that creates based on what we’ve been taught to believe is always working to try and conform us to the same idea that’s “labeled” true because it’s experienced equally by numerous people. The group mind is formed through various forms of conditioning as “suggestions” that are given to a person who then turns it into a reality. When we embody someone else’s idea about something, imagining it as real, and therefore accept it as true, forming a belief out of it, we act naturally to create the reality of that belief, making it real as an actual experience.
We can read numerous books and listen to
the accounts of others who are reported to have had a “near death experience”,
all of which can seem somewhat correlated, while further investigation with an
open mind will nearly always reveal many different accounts of the same basic event.
What we realize is that everyone who takes up a general study and investigation
into the death experience starts off with their own mental paradigm and belief
system, which acts as a “filtering system” for what they’re open to (can
readily see) and can logically accept as being real, and therefore include, and
what they reject as false and therefore leave out. Some even take an attitude
of forming a “streamline idea” of what happens out of a kind of “majority
rules” type of mentality (group mind) where we only look at the accounts that
agree with our preliminary beliefs, only considering those that at least
somewhat agree with us as being “true”. After carefully filtering out and
actively selecting only what agrees with our belief-system and what we deem
possible, we form them into what we consider a generalized idea that we then
view as the most “accurate account” of what is in reality a diverse and unique
experience. Whenever we view what originates and takes place on a higher plane
from the perspective and mindset of the lower plane of material reality, we’re
always working from the mentality of the group mind (that lacks creativity)
rather than the “individual” mind, which is self-creative.
Many people are controlled by an intense need to be right or to have the most accurate idea about something that they then use as the means of proving others wrong who disagree with them. Very few people truly comprehend the fact that we create reality out of our values and beliefs and so we’re convinced that they’re true, and make them real as a result. When we believe in something, which means we can readily experience it as our perception of reality, we don’t consider anything that contradicts them or what would act to show us that they’re a belief and not an objective fact, because we “literally can’t see them”. One of the most basic paradoxes we all face is that in order to change our reality we have to change our perception of it which is formed by our beliefs, yet we often can’t conceive of anything outside of our beliefs, because “reality” is subjective in nature and formed “out of our beliefs”.
The Experience of Past Life
I naturally drew most of my ideas about
death through my experiences with people who had died, and became a bit
obsessed with the idea when my husband was violently killed at a rather young
age. As I went through the experience with him and listened to what he was
trying to express, a shift took place in my awareness, and when he actually died
I could almost sense what was happening through a form of gestalt (intuition)
that changed the course of my life and marked the beginning of an intense
investigation into the nature of the soul and what actually happens when we
After his death I bought and read every
book I could find on the subject, which allowed me to begin touching on deep
seated memories within my own soul. When I began my education and training in
Clinical Hypnotherapy and began forming a radically new awareness around myself
from a detached and more universal perspective, I realized in very direct terms
that there was a part of me that was directing and instructing other parts of
me as the means of producing my experience of myself and my perception of
reality. Through this various forms of communication between what I sensed as
different parts of my “self”, I realized that all of what I considered
“guidance” from a form of “higher power” came as the result of a part of me
that was helping another part of me to maneuver reality as a greater story
being acted out from a higher plane of self-awareness.
Through my educational experience in Clinical Hypnotherapy I came upon the hypnotic process of what we call “past life regression”, which I entered into with a very skeptical attitude because I was conflicted as to how I felt about it. In doing a bit of soul searching around the idea I realized my skepticism was really a foreboding feeling of deep seated fear, so I decided to step into it with an open mind to see what it was about. Having practiced hypnosis for quite some time I was very good at it and went into deep trance states easily where I experienced myself through my subconscious without the “editing factor” of my self-conscious mind. This is where there’s no decision involved as to what I accept or don’t accept, and everything comes instead as a direct experience of a heightened and intensely real nature. No actual thinking or storytelling is involved, just pure experience.
For those of you who aren’t aware of the
process involved, all regressions are set into motion as an inquiry about a
current life situation that you want more information around. You set an
intention that acts to “tune you” to the life where you willfully created the
same type of pattern as a life theme. This intention as a form of wondering
about something determines what past life you access and experience. One of the
interesting things about this type of experience is that I seemed to be aware
of experiencing the life both from “within it” (in a body) as a direct
experience within the personality, and as “witnessing it” by observing it from
a distance simultaneously. I had a kind of expanded awareness of both the inner
and outer experience at once. As I was experiencing the drama of that life
through impactful experiences as they unfolded, I was simultaneously aware of
the larger story playing out as the theme of that life. I was aware that I was
both the participant in an unknown drama that was unfolding moment by moment,
and the creator, much like being the author of a book written by imagining the
experience of it.
As it went along I immediately became
aware of how the same idea as a pattern was influencing my feelings and
awareness in this life. Tendencies I was experiencing in this life that created
a kind of inner conflict as a constant debate, I suddenly became completely
aware of what they were about and how I acquired them. I also realized my
attraction as well as extreme dislike for certain ideas and people that formed
my intuition around things in this lifetime. It was like a massive opening of
self-awareness took place that showed me things I didn’t even know to ask,
because they only existed in me as feelings and impulses that had no
explanation in reference to this life. All of the sudden everything seemed to
make perfect sense, and I not only knew the reason, but what I needed to do in
order to resolve it.
At the end of every regression you go through the “death experience” while completely detached from any kind of physical pain. What I experienced each time only had a few similarities with the popular accounts. A couple of times I realized I was dying and formed whole experiences around it that were similar to what I experienced after I was already dead. At the time of death, I suddenly found myself outside of and above my body looking down at the whole scene and realized I was dead. As I realized I was dead, I felt a kind of grief around leaving my body as a form of love for it. Along with this realization came a deep and profound sense of what the “meaning” that life experience was about. As certain scenes passed through my mind I realized how they were all a part of a bigger story playing out without my awareness. I experienced it as a form of single experience that was a kind of theme born out of a predominant state of mind. The single events themselves were only significant in terms of how they were being played out as a much larger story. This larger story, which produced a certain type of experience, played out in several lifetimes in different ways, drawing different conclusions each time around the same type of experience from different perspectives.
In a couple of transitions I watched
my own funeral, which also created different realizations as a kind of summary.
In other lifetimes, I transcended without watching it. Not once did I have the
experience of going through a tunnel, but I did experience the sensation of
rising up into the sky as if I was being drawn up and eventually vanishing. On
a couple of occasions I had an intense experience around the “blue” of the sky
as I then merged into it and disappeared from the reality I had lived in and
was an active part of. On one occasion, I was what I referred to as being a “great
storyteller ”, or Shaman, and as I was drawn up into the deep blue, I had the
experience of turning into a white dove and flying away. All duality as an
inner or outer perception disappeared and I felt at one with a benevolent force
that I perceived as being my Higher Self. I recognized it as being the part of
me that always remained outside of reality acting as a kind of Choreographer
for orchestrating the drama of my life and intuitively guiding me along the
way. I was no longer separate from “myself”. At that point nothing seemed to
exist outside of me and I felt an expansion that was very euphoric and all
resistance vanished. I felt like I was everywhere at once. I had no awareness
of time and I completely filled space as space itself.
Through the years having done many past life regressions with numerous people, they all experienced dying in different and unique ways, with only a few common denominators. What I seemed to realize is that just as our mind and soul create all of our experiences of what we perceive as physical reality in a universal, yet unique way, also acts to create our experience of transitioning to other planes and as being on other planes as a different mental state. The only ones that seemed to create what I call the “text book version” had read about the experiences of others which may have served to form a belief about what happens as a preconceived idea. Others interpreted their experience according to their religious or spiritual beliefs, and still others described experiencing what we would probably think of as hell.
Those who fear death tend to create a
fearful experience, whereas those who have come to terms with it tend to
produce a pleasant or even beautiful experience. Our mind continues on after
shedding the body and seems to continue creating the same “type of experiences”,
regardless of “where” they’re at or what plane they gravitate into. In my
experience, what we tend to refer to as “heaven or hell” are not places or
planes as we tend to think about them in the material sense, but are “states of
mind” out of which we produce matching realities.
The sensation of moving through a
tunnel and into another plane of reality seemed to be more about the experience
of departing from the body itself. The soul itself doesn’t seem to be moving
into another plane as an actual transition, but rather what’s acting to create that
plane as an experience of itself. The only real difference seems to be that
instead of experiencing it from within a particular body and point in time, it
seemed to be “all there is”. The soul is the entire reality rather than a
minute part of a greater reality. I didn’t experience myself as playing a role
in a “group reality”, but rather as being the reality itself in all its aspects
simultaneously. There’s no sense whatsoever of time and space.
So when you ask yourself or others what death
is like, allow yourself to notice what your beliefs are about it, and in
realizing this, know that it’s going to greatly influence how you (soul) create
your experience of dying. If you perceive yourself as being a bad person who
deserves to be punished, you’re probably going to create the experience of
being punished. If you believe someone you know comes to meet you, that’s more
than likely what you’ll experience. If you have a belief in God as a human-like
figure or Jesus, that’s how you’ll interpret the events as the means of
creating your experience. On the higher planes of the mind, soul, and spirit,
we’re creative beings with the ability to choose and willfully produce whatever
experience our paradigm (organized memory) naturally acts to create. In the
invisible realm of pure spirit we blend back into wholeness where we realize
we’re our only creator.