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”.
of the most profound practices that have been largely abandoned in our modern
era is the practice of developing a moral code of conduct as standards that we
hold ourselves to as the means for governing ourselves through all kinds of
situations. While many have been taught to adopt the moral values laid down for
them by others as “rules for living their life” in order to be a “good person”,
it’s actually something that we all do for ourselves based on how we want to be.
This is because only we are truly responsible for how we live our life and who
we become by way of our own actions. Only we can decide what’s right and wrong
for us in terms of our perceptions and the behaviors that result from them, and
how we act within our own life to create. As sovereign beings born with the
ability to create ourselves, only we are responsible for whom we become as an
There’s currently a gross misconception being cultivated around all ideas of what it means to actually discriminate and use our ability to make accurate evaluations as somehow being prejudice, because these ideas are only being viewed from a negative context with a specific agenda in mind. One of the primary differences between what we call our lower and higher nature comes as our ability to think for ourselves and make our own decisions as to whom and how we’re going to be. This doesn’t come as making a decision as to what ideas formed by others we’re going to choose to accept as our own so we don’t have to figure stuff out for ourselves, but rather through our ability to reason, analyze, and evaluate ideas in order to see what their morality is in terms of the actions and outcomes they produce. The foundation used for creating our own moral values comes through our ability to both recognize and comprehend universal laws and apply them intelligently to our everyday life as the means of creating ourselves and determining the path our life takes.
people look to religion and the laws of society as the means of acquiring
ready-made moral values, and we all acquire the moral values of our family
through our formative conditioning as children. Many have been taught by religion
that we’re not born moral beings, but rather born into a life of sin as our
lower, animal nature of pure instinct. Where our greatest challenge is
resisting our own impulses and being seduced into doing things we don’t really
want to. Yet the idea of a moral code used to monitor your own behavior
originated in a much more objective and intelligent form as guidelines that we
created for ourselves through the recognition, understanding and conscious
application of Universal Laws. Laws are what unify multiple dimensions of
feelings, thoughts, emotions, and actions to produce a single reality in order
to consciously create at the spiritual or energetic realm of pure
consciousness. It’s a tool used for developing ourselves to a higher level of
consciousness as the use of absolute truth inherent in the Laws and Principles
we look at the story of Moses and how he acquired the 10 Commandments, we’ll
realize that he originally received the 10 primary universal laws that were
engraved on sapphire tablets. But when he descended from the mountain to
deliver the Universal Laws as a means of guiding the people, he saw that they
we’re engaging in “pleasures of the flesh” and were not capable of receiving (comprehending
or utilizing) the laws. This made him angry and broke the original tablets and
went back up the mountain where he then translated the laws into commandments
as “rules” engraved on ordinary stone that could be given and blindly followed
by those who didn’t have the ability to understand higher laws and use them as
the means of governing themselves. He then tried to lead them out of slavery
(metaphor for ignorance) where they were being governed by others through the
inability to comprehend higher knowledge, where they wandered aimlessly in the
desert for 120 years, still unable to guide themselves.
What we think of as our spiritual nature is of a substantially higher level of consciousness that has the ability to create itself by way of the practical use and thorough understanding of higher laws of the mind, which are used to shape our morality. All spiritual development comes as moral development that’s produced through our ability to decide for ourselves what’s right and wrong, and based on our decision willfully direct our own actions as the means of creating ourselves. All universal laws provide us with the keys to operating our own mind-body system as the means of creating ourselves by way of our own hand. The higher soul is bestowed with the creative capacities necessary to govern and direct its own growth and development. Who we become is something that only we can determine through our own perceptions, decisions and actions.
How we choose to live our life, what beliefs we buy into and how we
conduct ourselves as a result, is constantly reforming us as a direct
correspondence and determines “who” and “how” we become by way of our own
actions. We’re not required to “believe” in higher knowledge in order for
it to be true, because it’s always true in every situation in terms of how
things operate, whether we’re aware of it or not. Our moral code is what we use
to direct our behavior and use in order to remain fully conscious in situations
that normally render us unconscious or tempt us in some way. Unconsciously we
simply live out of whatever morality we we’re taught and trained to as children
that comes more as feelings rather than a clear thought process. We engage in
activities of various sorts without ever really questioning it in terms of
“what type of person” we become due to our actions. Consciously, we form our
moral code of conduct out of our understanding of Law that provides us with
intuitive instructions for how to create ourselves at both the conscious and
subconscious levels. We use the higher capacities of our mind to create
ourselves from a fully conscious and self-aware state.
As a higher soul bestowed with self-awareness, realization, the ability
to choose for ourselves, and the will to actualize our choices, we are all
fully responsible for our own conduct and who we become by way of our own actions.
We can never rightfully blame someone else for our own misgivings and bad
decisions, even when we were persuaded, seduced, or emotionally enticed in some
way. Once we realize what universal law shows us in terms of how we act on
ourselves to shape ourselves by producing the events of our life through our
decisions as to what we cooperatively participate in and what we don’t, we’re
provided with a powerful set of tools for shaping ourselves as a moral and
The idea of stepping fully into our power as a sovereign being capable of guiding our own actions through intelligent decisions can become even more confusing through the misconception that after we die we’re going to be “judged” by some higher being and then eternally punished for all of the mistakes we made while unaware of what we were doing. Many people buy into this idea even though it defies reason and has no real purpose. The only being that’s going to judge us after we leave our lower nature (body consciousness) is our self (higher-self) on a higher plane that comes as more of a “life review” that allows us to see the results of what was in fact “cause and effect relationships”. We review our life in terms of the growth we incurred through active use of our higher capacities and the results we created while caught up in emotional illusions of some kind. Our life review brings awareness to the karma we created that sets the basis for the lessons to be learned in our next life. It shows us how we created ourselves out of fundamental errors in our thinking and being.
Universal Laws of Creation
To begin this journey into a fully conscious and self-aware state, we have to look at the most primary law of creation, often referred to as the “parent law” or the “sexual principle” that forms the very foundation for all life in the entire material world. This is the Law of the Dyad, also called the Vesica Pisces or “womb of the universe”. This is the point where all things come into being, and where all things of the spirit are transformed. Our spirit as our higher soul is eternal in nature and already exists in a self-created state that evolves itself based on whatever it enters into relationship with that’s of a similar nature. Naturally, when we’re talking about a higher plane and the aspect of ourselves that reside naturally on that plane, we’re referring to the mind and our energetic nature that’s void of a physical body, and is what incarnates into the body as the means of experiencing itself by how it expresses using the body. This is the aspect of ourselves that has no beginning or ending within the material world because it originates on a higher plane (dimension) that exists outside of time and space.
Vesica Pisces is formed by the regeneration of the Monad that then separates
from itself and projects outward in order to form a perception of itself as
another. The Monad is represented by a sphere of energy as a field of
information that’s polar (electromagnetic) in nature and both expands and
contracts (principle of respiration) at the same time within the same space. It
forms the experience of the self (within the body looking out) and the outer
reality of the self, which are both produced simultaneously by the same mind
and soul on different levels and scales. The same pattern (vibratory frequency)
is used to create both (inner and outer) as a kind of metaphorical theme that’s
sets the (outer) stage necessary to act out certain ideas allowing the opportunity
to gain new realizations regarding who’s the one actually creating both. All
reality as we’re capable of knowing it only comes through our perception of it.
We perceive others and the entire outer world to be “like us” in nature because
our mind is what’s creating it all as a projection of known and unknown aspects
As multidimensional beings, once we enter into a body we have both a lower nature, which is unconscious and instinctively driven through emotional states, and a higher nature that’s intelligent and intuitively driven, and always utilized through various forms of self-control and our ability to regulate ourselves by harmonizing both of our natures as the means of self-creating. Energetically, we only resonate with what’s of a similar nature to us, and whatever we enter into and maintain a relationship with through shared qualities we become more like in terms of the qualities being actively expressed and how we’re being as a result. As we absorb the consciousness of another through the interaction that takes place, we blend with it and begin vibrating in harmony with them, conducting ourselves in a similar manner. They act to stimulate qualities in us that we then use to express and create through the activities that naturally ensue from them. Because this is all happening at the unconscious level, meaning naturally and automatically without our direct awareness, we don’t always realize what’s going on and how it is that we’re being transformed by the consciousness of another.
As we participate in the same type of behavior, we produce experiences of our self that transform our identity to be more like that of the person influencing us. All actions produce a correlating reaction of the same nature. Through our conduct we draw specific and immediate consequences to ourselves through another fundamental Law of Cause and Effect. Like always acts to produce more of what’s like itself. Whatever we align ourselves with and become like in attitude and behavior, we use to shape ourselves by modifying our original vibration to form a new pattern as our mental paradigm (shaped out of experiences). Whenever we engage in the same activities of another, becoming more like them in nature, we simultaneously form a similar destiny. Whatever energy we take on as a perception that produces certain types of behavior, determines who we are and the path our life takes by how it serves to organize the events of our life as a dynamic, interrelated series of correspondences. The same act, undertaken for different reasons, still produces the same ripple effect as the consequences of our actions and what they mean about us.
All of reality evolves out of the Parent Law of the Dyad as a new combination (relationship), and is what forms the Triad as its offspring. The Triad represents the reality of the new combination (inner and outer, self and another) formed within the mind and imagination that gives rise to the electromagnetic field as a vibratory frequency for forming an equivalent outer reality of the same nature. Our inner model forms our perceptual lens that we look through in order to perceive the outer world to be of the same nature as we are. All ideas formed in our imagination provide us with a preview of the reality they’ll create, and when played out as a whole experience or scenario, will give us insight into the reality they’ll produce as a series of consequences. Whatever we participate in creating through our actions create not only our outer reality and life situation, but also our inner reality and experience of our self. It’s not what we say that matters, but rather what we do. Our actions always reveal us as they serve to define us.
of the Triad, birthed within the womb of the Dyad as a passionate conception, the
Tetrad is formed as a “mirror image” or reflection of the Triad. Whatever we
imagine with vivid sensory detail we create as a template for producing as an
actual experience of reality. This is how we seed the subconscious with an idea
that we want it to create as an outer reality of the same nature. On the spiritual
plane of the mind and soul thought itself as an imagined experience of reality is
the same as action on the lower, material plane. It’s how we produce something
out of nothing. All ideas made into an internal reality within the mind are
produced by the soul, and act to express the diverse matrix of ideas that make
up the soul as a mental paradigm or vibratory frequency. This is why it’s not
enough to simply refrain from taking action on ideas, but rather not forming
them in the imagination to begin with, because we’re still actively creating
ourselves spiritually by way of our own thoughts by becoming “one in spirit”
with the idea. Any thought dwelled in passionately is being gestated and grown and
will eventually be expressed outwardly through actions of some kind.
The Law of Vibration shows us that all things that are of a similar nature vibrate in harmony with each other and are compatible in terms of co-creating. Whatever frequency we vibrate at, forms our internal nature as a specialized pattern or theme, and determines what we resonate with in the world around us. As we begin resonating with a similar frequency, we are drawn into it and it into us (sympathetic induction), where we mutually influence each other and form a new vibration as the combination of shared qualities. There’s no such thing as being influenced by someone who’s vastly different from us. When we’re stimulated by (form a natural reaction to) people and ideas that we perceive as being of a completely different nature than we are it’s because they’re appealing to unknown (denied and repressed) parts of us that we haven’t been able to successfully integrate and bring into expression in an appropriate and acceptable way.
What we deny and repress, and eventually become unaware of having, still
form a natural part of our outer environment and serves to mirror back to us
our own hidden aspects. All denied and repressed (disowned) parts of us came by
way of how we judged ourselves as being “bad or wrong” somehow, usually
according to how we were taught to judge ourselves by others, and allow us to
once again access those parts of ourselves and make new decisions as to how
we’ll appropriately incorporate them into our natural behavior as the means of
expanding our ability to self-express in new ways. All repressed parts of ourselves
came by how we accepted the values and beliefs of others, rather than
consciously deciding for ourselves. As we accept the morals of others as our
own, we create ourselves by way of their decisions and perceptions, and shape
ourselves to be like them. When we do this, we’re living out of our lower
nature that lacks true self-awareness of the ability to think for ourselves and
create ourselves based on our own conclusions, evaluations, and decisions about
the morality of things.
While most of us have been taught that certain actions and behaviors are always bad and should always be refrained from, the fact is that all behaviors are specialized in nature and appropriate within the right context. Our behavior is only inappropriate when used in the wrong way and for the wrong reason, or when it doesn’t produce the outcome we intended to produce in doing it. All actions create realities as consequences within the material plane and are undertaken for a specific reason. Whenever we react to someone else’s actions, we become the “effect” and create out of an unconscious state. Violence is considered good or bad based on the reason it’s being employed and situation it takes place in. If it’s initiated as the means of hurting someone or taking something from them that’s rightfully theirs, then it’s wrong, bad, and destructive. If it’s used to defend ourselves and our loved ones against the aggressive acts of another, then it’s appropriate, good, and the right thing to do.
up Your Own Rules for Creating Yourself
As higher, sovereign and creative souls, we
have the natural capacities of our higher mind to create ourselves in a willful
and deliberate manner. By understanding the universal laws that govern the
higher and lower planes simultaneously through natural processes, we can gain
the means for developing our own moral code of conduct. We can design our own
system of values that we use to regulate ourselves from a fully conscious
perspective. We can become clear on what our standards are that we use to
evaluate our relationships in terms of what we want to blend with and become
like in nature. We can decide from a clear state of mind, unclouded by emotions
and conditioned issues, what qualities and characteristics we want to embody
and use to create ourselves and our experiences. We can realize that in every
moment we’re making all our decisions by asking ourselves one primary question,
“who am I?” How am I going to be in this moment and in relationship to this
Our moral values involve “qualities” as states of mind that we embody as a “way of being” and use as the means for self-expressing. They involve ideas like honesty, loyalty, integrity, compassion, kindness, generosity, courage, respect, devotion, justice, honor, and so on. Developing a moral code comes by thoroughly thinking about what you know to be right and wrong as your own conscience, and setting guidelines for yourself as standards that you don’t violate under any circumstances. They’re the rules you make up for yourself that prescribe to righteous behavior. They define the type of person you’re creating yourself to be and provide you with the means to do it. They’re what you use in situations where you’re being emotionally triggered into unconscious behaviors, or are being tempted in some way by something you know you don’t really want to do because of who you’ll become by doing it. They provide you with moral guidelines as standards for yourself that you use in making all your decisions as to what you’re going to participate in by becoming it. A moral code provides you with the means for regulating yourself and consistently evolving yourself to a higher level of understanding.
Create Moral Values as the means of Directing your Lower Nature
What we refer to as our lower nature is our body consciousness as our
subconscious mind. All perception and natural behaviors are produced by the
subconscious, which is also the same mind as the collective unconscious that
governs the entire material world of Nature. The subconscious acts as a passive
receptor for the suggestions and commands of the higher, conscious mind, which
acts to seed it with the reality it wants to use as the means of creating
itself. The subconscious doesn’t know the difference between an actual reality
and an imagined one, because they’re both actually created in the same way
through the faculty of the imagination as described in the Law of the Dyad.
Our subconscious doesn’t have the ability to make decisions as the means
of directing itself, and when not being willfully directed by the conscious
mind, creates out of memory, instinct, and illusions formed through emotional
states. It doesn’t know how to process a “negative”, or being told what “not to
do”, and works to create whatever “picture it’s given” as the reality it’s
being directed to create. For this reason all guidelines have to be stated in
the positive as what “to do” and how to be, and not in terms of what not to do.
As you’re forming an image in your mind of what you don’t want, it simply sees
the image as a directive and acts to create it in an automatic fashion without
a conscience. It’s only the conscious, self-aware mind that has the ability to
decide what it wants to create and how wants to be outside of the conditioned
and instinctual nature of the body.
For this reason, all ideas given to it as an internal representation for creating, have to be formed as “what to do”, what quality to employ in place of automatic behaviors, and how it wants to be as an experience of itself. We shape our identity by how we exist in relationship to everything else. The relationship we form not only exchanges energy and ideas with another, but also gives us a sense of ourselves as a particular type of person. As we act either consciously or unconsciously to create our experiences, we simultaneously create ourselves by way of how we associate and identify with them. Whatever quality we’re embodying as a means of expressing and experiencing ourselves, determine who we become as a soul and what type of experiences we act to naturally create more of.
the Nature of Relationship and our ability to Discriminate
Naturally, the type of person we become through our own conscious acts
also determines the nature of our relationships and what we act (decide) to
attract, repel, and transform. If we decide, for example, that we’re going to
be a loyal person, it doesn’t mean that we stay loyal to those who aren’t loyal
themselves, or remain loyal to those who turn their back on us during difficult
moments, or outright betray us somehow, but rather maintain the ability to
discern the difference, and end our relationship with them when we realize they
don’t warrant our loyalty. When we realize that they are of a poor character,
or have different values than we do, we also realize that our continued
relationship with them will only stimulate and bring out in us the same type of
attitudes and behaviors, creating more experiences of disloyalty. If you’re
truly a loyal person, then you won’t willingly maintain a relationship with a disloyal
person. If however, you’re creating an illusion of yourself as being loyal by
contrasting and being hurt by a disloyal person, you’ll maintain the
relationship in order to continue acting out the drama involved, which is what
you’re really using to create yourself.
If honesty is a moral value for us, and we’re in relationship with
someone who is dishonest and has values that justify lying, then we don’t argue
to try and change them or make them see their faults (according to us), but
simply acknowledge their tendency to be this way, and end our relationship with
them as a result. Like always produces and acts to create more of what’s like
itself. Whatever morals we set for ourselves, sets standards and guidelines for
what type of relationships we naturally form and maintain with a sense of
awareness. If we value honesty, yet tolerate lying, and are willing to stay in
relationship with a dishonest person, then our value as a standard for
ourselves becomes dishonesty. Whatever we tolerate and allow through the
relationships that we maintain in a consistent fashion sets the standards as a
type of experience and moral character that we use to create ourselves to be of
a similar nature.
we realize we’re doing this without direct awareness of what we’re doing and
why, then it provides the mirror for us to look at parts of ourselves that are
operating in us unconsciously. It shows us where there’s conflict between the
unknown and chosen parts of us. It shows us how we’re working against our self
in being able to make conscious decisions for how we’re going to be and what
kind of person we are. If we choose honesty as a moral value that we use to
direct all of our own behavior, that means that even in the moments when we
find ourselves tempted to lie for whatever reason, we make our self be honest
instead. We use it to discipline ourselves and hold ourselves to our code of
honor as an honest person. We use it as the means for guiding ourselves in
moments when we’re triggered into an unconscious state as an emotional reaction
or where we feel tempted because of the nature of the situation at hand that ultimately
results in being dishonest.
Even in the event that we find ourselves being dishonest for some reason, we can self-reflect on what caused it, and make the necessary corrections to our own actions. If you can justify your right to be dishonest (telling a white lie so you don’t hurt someone’s feelings) and therefore give yourself exceptions to your own rule, then it’s not an actual “moral value” or true standard. In this case you can either use it to correct your own perspective and perception of the situation or you can eliminate it as a moral value. This doesn’t make you wrong or a bad person for being dishonest, it’s simply how you’re choosing to conduct yourself as a certain type of person, and reveals your willingness to create an illusion in place of what you know to be true. As you make a decision to allow yourself to be dishonest, you’ll naturally attract people who are also dishonest (where it’ll be accepted as part of the relationship) and co-create situations that are based on lying. Either way, it’s how you’re using your own will to create yourself as the type of person who participates in creating whatever reality results from it.
Unified Nature of Things
when we set a standard for ourselves as being honest, especially to ourselves,
we use that anytime we find ourselves in a situation where we’re being tempted
to lie, and force ourselves instead to be honest. All values exist as a “system
of values” (rather than independent of each other) that all play off of and are
interdependent with each other. One produces and acts as complementary to the
others. In being honest we demonstrate integrity, which is honorable, warrants
respect, and makes us trustworthy. Likewise all people who are honest and
therefore have integrity also command our respect and we come to trust them. If
we’re willing to lie in the right situation, then we lack integrity, are not
trustworthy, and are seldom respected by others once they realize we’re lying. So
our moral values and standards, like our beliefs, exist in a unified state as a
dynamic system. One value produces, validates, and maintains all of the other
ones through the relationship they form with each other. Just as our beliefs
are formed out of a whole system of interrelated beliefs that together form all
of our perceptions and how we interpret the events of our life to give them
Whatever values we hold and the standards we set for ourselves as the
means of governing our own conduct through our higher nature, becomes the most
prominent means of creating our self from a fully conscious state. It’s how we
step outside of our conditioning where we were created by others while in a
predominantly unconscious state, and act on ourselves to transform ourselves to
a higher idea. All spiritual development comes through our moral development
and our ability to be self-determined through our own choices and actions. It
comes through our ability to form correct perceptions of ourselves by the
mirror others provide, and make actual decisions about how we’re going to be in
relationship with everything else. It comes through realizing who we are and
how we’re being in the most ordinary sense. We’re able to let go of the
illusions we were conditioned with through our upbringing, and step into the
realm of self-awareness where we realize we can direct our own mind and actions
in a deliberate and precise manner by using our will to discipline ourselves in
acting out our decisions. When we wake-up in the midst of the reality created
from an unconscious state and begin seeing things in a new light, we become
clear on the fact that in every moment we’re making the decisions as to who
we’re going to be, and begin consistently imposing a direction on our life as the
one who’s consciously creating our own destiny.
One of the most basic misunderstandings or confusion comes from our interpretation of “reality” as opposed to our “experience” of reality. Many people believe that what they’re experiencing “as” reality is the same thing that everyone else is experiencing, or that one person’s version of reality is more accurate or is truer than another person’s. We think our perceptions are objective and universal in nature, when in fact, nothing could be further from the truth. The true fact of the matter is, every person is observing and processing the same objective outer reality through their own mental paradigm which acts to reshape the outer world forming a personal version of it as their “experience” of it. While we can’t control reality itself as a neutral sets of circumstances, we can very much change how we experience it as an inner process that conforms it to match our model of the world.
Another basic misconception is that other people “make us” feel a certain way (beyond our control), and give us or cause our experiences. We feel a certain way and have a certain type of experience because of how someone treated us, or what they did to us. And while, as most things, this idea exists as a paradox of sorts, the fact is what they did was triggered or stimulated us to create our own experience based on the feeling they activated inside of us. Feelings are vibrations that have whole patterns as creative processes inherent in them. A feeling sensation comes as a form of resonance as sympathetic induction, where energy is transmitted and absorbed between people and things, and serves to produce and internal effect out of an external influence or cause. While we are definitely stimulated by other people and events, directly and indirectly, we have the option to allow it, or resist it, but only when we’re aware of what’s happening. If we’re not aware of how feelings, emotions, and thoughts are being constantly transmitted through the atmosphere and received, then we experience it as happening to us without any real control or ability to stop it.
But no matter what the case, as we’re stimulated with a feeling or emotion, we are the sole creators of the inner process that takes place, even if it’s due to the fact that we simply allow it. We allow the energy to enter us, take hold, and we take on the emotions, and think whatever thoughts start running through our mind and form the inner reality as a personal experience that results from it. While we are influenced on what to picture in our mind and think about based on what’s being said to us, and what emotion or attitude it’s being said with, which acts to plant the idea in our mind, where we grow it into a full fledged reality by how we continue to think about it, we also have the ability to resist it, keep it outside of ourselves and not let it effect us, and in doing so, can control what how we feel and what we think. Only we feel our feelings, act out our emotions, and think our thoughts, and create inner realities as imagined scenario’s based on it. Nobody else does it to us or for us.
In this same way, only those who are of a similar mind-set and live out of similar ideas as realities can effect us. We’re only influenced by those we relate to and who are like us, where we can act as the receptor for their energetic transmissions. Someone who’s considerably different, that we can’t relate to, doesn’t effect us emotionally, and we don’t think the same type of thoughts as they do, so we don’t resonate with them. Feelings are vibrations which have self-organizing abilities as a growth process, that form natural patterns as types of reality. A vibratory frequency is a quality of consciousness that consistently expresses through the same patterns as thematic experiences that tell the same type of story as a consistent version of reality. Whenever something happens to us, we filter it through our paradigm where we abstract only certain parts of the greater reality, which we can organize in such a way that it tells the same type of story. The mind pulls out certain aspects of a situation, noticing them and using them as the basis for creating its experience in a congruent and consistent manner. Every person in the exact same situation or event will experience it in a unique way, and tell a different type of story about it. This is evident by listening to siblings, family members, or close friends tell a story about a memory that you shared with them years ago, and you don’t even recognize it, because they’re telling it from a whole different perspective and by elaborating on different aspects of it, that you may not of even particularly noticed, let alone remembered. This is because your interpretation of the same event produced an entirely different type of experience.
All personal experience comes as an interpretation formed by a filtering mechanism that reorders the elements of a situation into a new variation that matches your pattern by the story you tell about it. The story you tell yourself about an event gives it meaning and significance, and creates how you experience it as a correspondence to your mental paradigm. We can only see or conceptualize, and therefore understand what matches and is supported by our paradigm as the model or structure (frequency) of our mind. The model or shape of our mind is a dynamic living pattern as a vibratory frequency or quality of consciousness that reforms a universal reality to match it as a personalized version of it. Our vibratory frequency is demonstrated by our character as a state or quality of consciousness that creates (conceives of) a consistent version of reality as our life’s story. What we believe about others and life itself as a whole, is what we are programmed to see in life and how we experience it as a reality.
If a person has a life theme of “not being wanted”, then they have a filtering system that can interpret every situation to somehow be about them not being wanted, which consistently proves and validates their model of the world as being “true”. If a person’s issue (core belief) is that people are stupid, they see only what can be interpreted as stupid in people, and all their stories as experiences carry this theme. If a person has been betrayed and seriously hurt by it, they see only betrayal everywhere they look. They anticipate and expect it, and interpret any number of, what are in reality neutral behaviors, to mean betrayal. The idea and suspicion of betrayal is in even their most rudimentary attitude and behaviors, and even when the tendency is not prevalent in the other person or situation, they’ll act to bring it out in them by how they interact in relationship with them. Whatever frequency we vibrate at, we attract, stimulate, and serve to bring out (make active) in everything around us. This is why we consistently experience it while telling ourselves that it’s the way the world is, and has nothing to do with us as it’s creator. We imagine that our perception and experience are objective, neutral, and common, often without ever realizing that we are the cause and effect of our own creation, and the outer world and the story we tell about it is merely showing us the pattern we’re imprinted with.
Dr. Linda Gadbois
Please leave a comment on this page post, reach me through my contact page, or book NOW your life transforming 1 hour introduction consulting session to learn how to apply higher knowledge to your everyday life in order to consciously self-create! Schedule Consultation
Enjoyed this post, pick my brain some more . . . join our bi-weekly newsletter & learn about personal transformation
About the author:
Dr. Linda is an expert in Spiritual Sciences and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
To inquire, click here