The Archetypal Nature of the Spirit, the Creative Power of the Soul and the Nature of the Self

One of the most fundamental errors we make in how we think about things comes when we start from the premise of duality and separation. Any hypothesis that’s based on a concept of separation while referring to our essential self or spiritual nature is an illusion in the most basic sense of the idea. I can remember a few years back attending a conference with what we could clearly call new agers, and one of the main ideas being expressed at that time was that our soul is not our “self”, with the “self” meaning who we are in relation with our body, personality, and ego formed out of identification with the body. When asked who you were the “right answer” was to state that you were a divine universal being, or something of that nature, instead of saying your name. They were teaching duality in the most basic sense and didn’t even seem to be aware of it.

This is a common error created through a lack of understanding of the principles governing different planes of existence, illustrated through the Hermetic axiom “As above so below, and as below so above, in the miraculous workings of the One thing”, and the concept of “eternity as immortality”. When we fail to understand fundamental universal principles that apply to all life, that misunderstanding comes through and is equally reflected in everything we think and do. While the idea of universal principles forming the basis for all life may appear to be based on a “belief” because it seems to offer no real “facts” to support it, this is also based on what it is we’re referring to as “facts”, and how it is that we know if something is true or not, and therefore “real”. Within the invisible principles that accompany and serve to organize and give life to the material world resides one of the greatest paradoxes and pervading mysteries of all time. How do we “know” if something is real or not?

I have often found it amazing if not a bit bewildering how science is always on a group quest to find “the theory of everything”, as though it’s going to come through a mechanical model of some kind or as the result of some kind of measurement or mathematical equation, without seeming to recognize that all science and reality itself is only “knowable” through our ability to perceive it. Society itself is being trained to rely on some kind of scientific study conducted by an expert to tell them what can only really be known through direct experience. The common denominator to all life and the whole “cosmic mystery” is the “mind”. All science arises out of our ability to think about things while wondering about new possibilities. Reality is only real and therefore “knowable” through our minds ability to perceive it. Every single mind of every individual perceives a slightly different and highly personalized version of what’s called an objective or shared reality that’s common to everyone.

This amazing feat of infinite possibilities for a single idea is produced by a dynamic series of “filters” that are used to sort through a vast and infinite amount of information inherent in the invisible field of information that surrounds us. Our mental filters serve to bring out and accentuate some features inherent in the whole, while subduing and excluding others to form a “new field of organized information” which is as a “personal creation” formed as a mental construct. How we experience reality changes based on the formation of new filters and the ongoing transformation of existing ones. These mental filters, also called perceptual filters, are formed out of beliefs, values, preferences, and memory. These filters form our mental paradigm, which is what we use as the means of shaping our reality by how we select, interpret, and organize specific aspects of any situation in order to create how we “experience” it.

Our mental paradigm is comprised of a system of mental filters that form our “perceptual lens” which is what we “look through” as the means of experiencing reality. We only see, process, form as a conceptual image and therefore comprehend what can be constructed, explained, described, and confirmed using our paradigm. When we understand this idea in the most basic sense we realize that what we tend to call “reality” is formed as a mental construct and projection of our mind. Nothing “out there” exists independent of what’s “in here”. One is the continuation and extension of the other as a mirror image (polar opposite). Everyone takes what exists as a universal field of potential and through a process of natural selection, reshapes it into a personalized, subjective version as their “experience”. All reality is the result of perception, and all perception forms how we experience our self “as” a reality. We don’t necessarily “manifest” material reality itself, but rather reshape it through our mental model to resemble us, and serve as a primary means of self-expression that provides us with a mirror into all aspects of our mind, many of which are hidden from us in the ordinary sense.

Our mind, like the light that makes up reality, is invisible to the senses, and we typically only “perceive” and form an entire reality out of a very small part of the light spectrum. We only see a small fraction of what’s “actually there”. There are many aspects of reality being played out all around us, within the same space, which we don’t recognize or perceive directly with our physical senses. This is because our senses are what allows us to perceive the world around us. What this tells us is that like the individual reality created using our mental paradigm by recombining key elements inherent in the whole to form a new possibility, what we perceive at any given time is only a small aspect of a much, much greater whole.

What we commonly refer to as the “soul” is equivalent with the mind, both of which are invisible to our senses. We can look at the mind as being a universal principle and the soul as being what works through the mind to produce a material image of itself. Our soul is our personal consciousness built up through experiences of itself acquired through the body. The Soul creates reality as the means of experiencing itself as its own creation. We only gain knowledge of ourselves through direct experience. The soul utilizes the mind as a means of constructing a reality of itself, which it then uses in order to experience itself “as” as a material being. It doesn’t do this by simply designing the body that it then inhabits as a “personality”, but by creating the “whole reality” of the body necessary to experience itself in a specific way.

The entire outer reality of the personality is produced as a mental projection that’s naturally formed out of our formative conditioning. Our initial conditioning takes place as a child through a process of adaptation that modifies and adjusts our paradigm to match our environment. In this way we can produce a unique variable of the same core essence and evolve ourselves according to a specific set of conditions and circumstances. The soul isn’t comprised of the personalized version created through our body, personality, and identity within the body, but by taking the personalized experience created and returning it to a universal, archetypal state. The human soul is archetypal in nature and is comprised of unique combinations and potencies of different qualities to form a new and unique whole. The process of creation is represented by the infinity symbol as a perpetual movement between parallel planes that are complementary in nature.

 We draw on a universal archetype as the means of producing an experience of our self as an outer projection, and then reabsorb the experience created and turn it back into a universal state as our soul’s memory and essence. Our soul is comprised of universal memory that is metaphorical and thematic in nature, because this is necessary in order to be able to adapt it to any situation as the means of creating more of the same type of experiences. Our soul is universal in nature and is what’s creating the entire material plane of manifestation as an individual. It’s holistic in nature, and exists in a whole, unified form on its native plane.

Subtle Body

Our soul designs what we call the “light body” or “etheric double” of subtle energy which serves as the blueprint for not only constructing and animating the body, but for the entire reality produced “through the body” as a mental projection. It creates the world through which it experiences itself from the inside out. It’s in a constant state of transformation based on the energy its constantly absorbing from everything around it as the Earth’s soul. This is done through the principle of polarity as a form of electromagnetic pulsation and respiration. We’re always drawing in the energy from around us that’s of a similar nature to us, and metabolizing it to adjust our mental model. As we metabolize and assimilate new energies (information) we equalize ourselves in terms of energetic composition to match or be the same nature as the environment we live, grow, and experience ourselves through.

All creation that’s of an intelligent (highly organized) and complex nature requires a blueprint, model, or prototype in order to be systematically produced, reproduced, and maintained. Our light body, like our physical body which is a mirror image of it, is constantly undergoing a process of regeneration through the birth, maturity, and death process. The outer reality of organized light of the Earth’s soul (Nature) is mentally constructed by the individual as an emanation. Our energy field is not confined to the body, and extends quite some distance from our body in more and more subtle forms. While we tend to think that our “self” as our “I” (identity) is not formed as an individual by our soul, and that our body is somehow separate from our mind, soul, and spirit which give us life, it is in fact the creation of our soul, and is in a constant state of growth and transformation. This also forms the illusion that “consciousness” is somehow produced by the brain and nervous system, instead of what’s using it as a vehicle for traversing and working within the material plane, which exists fully “within it” as an essential part of it.

The soul is what gives life to the body and acts as the “organizing principle” of all material forms. Every single material form (light body made of photons) is an emanation of One Light. The Soul is the electrical force that “charges plasma” and organizes light (photons) into a distinct pattern. It coagulates light to form a ghost-like image of gases (astral fluid), which then becomes more densely concentrated as liquid-light (etheric substance), which is used to organize the entire lower material plane. It’s the life-force that operates and runs our body through electrical impulses that set a chain-reaction in motion as a neurological process of equilibrium. Our mind as an “energetic state” (frequency) works through our brain, nervous system, and endocrine system to adjust our body to the same state. Our brain and nervous system is what you can think of as our command center for operating our body.

All “thought” comes as electrical sparks that stimulate various parts of our brain to form a kind of encoded message system that’s translated into chemical messengers by various parts of our body. A spark ignites, awakening and setting into motion a mental function, which then follows a series of pathways, similar to how lightning propagates through the atmosphere, forming a whole orchestration of correlated activities. As consciousness is transmitted through the brain and nervous system as electrical impulses, it stimulates hormone production of the endocrine system where it’s translated into orders for organizing a synchronized event, flooding the bloodstream with the chemical instructions necessary to synchronize all systems of the body to produce a unified motion as activity of the whole being.

It’s the mind operating through the brain that creates our reality as a conscious state, and for this reason creates the illusion of consciousness arising from the brain. Spirit comes “through the body” and projects reality from within outward. In order to change the outer appearance of reality in terms of how we perceive and thereby experience it, we have to work to change our mental paradigm that ordering, organizing, and producing it as a mental projection. If we try to change our experience by working on the outer material manifestation we usually end up simply creating the same type of experience, only in a new way. This is where you get sayings like “no matter where you go, there you are”.

The outer reality only changes in exact proportion to the inner reality. Our inner reality, formed as a mental construct out of memory, serves to organize the substrata (energetic matrix) out of which all material phenomena arise as an emanation. We change the inner by studying and constantly taking in new information that we conceptualize as an inner representation that brings new realizations about the same thing, causing a paradigm shift. As we imagine ideas in detail, developing them the more we think about them, they become a set of instructions for our subconscious to produce as an outer experience of the same type and kind. As we apply knowledge to produce an experience of it as a reality, we absorb our experience and it becomes our soul’s essence. When we stop learning and growing, we become stagnate and complacent, and begin dying. We’re always both expanding and reforming, or we’re contracting and dying, becoming smaller and less capable of adapting.

 So to say that there’s “no self” is an anomaly that comes out of a fundamental misconception. The “self” is actually the creation of the soul necessary in order to experience itself in a specific way as a material being. The self isn’t fixed as the form itself in a completely limited state, it’s constantly fluctuating and morphing as a continuous growth process based on an overall plan as the life naturally produced by the soul. The entire material plane is the creation of the soul and is what provides it with an “experience” of a certain kind, necessary in order to “know itself”. What we call the spirit exists on a higher plane of vibration as archetypes in an ideal and potential (unformed) state, which are drawn down by the soul on a medium plane through sympathetic induction, and utilized to form an image of itself that is then projected into the lower, material plane in order to experience itself. The soul is comprised of a vibration that forms the lower frequency of the higher plane, and the highest frequency of the lower plane. It acts as a circuit or conduit for spirit to manifest in form as one of an infinite number of possibilities without being changed from its original state on the higher plane.

This is what’s meant by the idea that only what “descends” from heaven “returns” or ascends back into heaven. Universal archetypes are “ideals” (perfect) that are drawn into the mind of the soul where they’re blended and modified according to the nature of the soul and used to manifest in the lower planes as a personal creation. In their original state archetypes are “pure and unmixed”, and become an amalgamation when mixed with the consciousness of the individual soul. The experience created by the soul of itself in form is then reabsorbed as experience of itself, where it’s then translated into a metaphorical theme as a memory of the soul. The personal aspect is transformed back into its original universal state as archetypal essence as the memory of the soul that comprises its constitution.

All memories acquired while in a body are synthesized to form a new whole as the soul’s essence. The soul’s essence forms its character and moral summation as it’s “nature”, and is what enters into another body and restructures itself into a new variation based on all the elements used to form a new series of combinations as relationships. The same essence as well developed characteristics formed out of accumulated memory that’s built-up over time, undergoes another transformative process of adaptation and modification that forms a whole new expression of the same essence. Just as the soul structures itself as a “whole reality”, it also restructures and evolves itself from one incarnation to the next. Different genetic factors, living conditions, environment, race, culture, family, and era produces a whole new series of relationships that stimulate us in different ways, developing our personality accordingly.

The soul is in a constant and never ending state of transformation and evolution. It’s fluctuating energetically based on how the inner aspects and qualities interact with those same energies in the outer projection. We’re always acting “on ourselves” in and as everything else. What we perceive as a reality that’s separate from us is actually more of an extension and continuation of our mind and soul as the same idea being played out on different scales. Our outer world is created by our subconscious mind, which is also the group mind shared by all life on Earth. It’s constructed as a “whole mind” rather than a fragmented one, and contains aspects of ourselves that we’re normally unaware of (our shadow), which is why we don’t recognize them as being our own.

The object to life in recognizing our “true identity” as the creator of our reality and life’s story comes by the “inner and outer” becoming a unified whole that we perceive in a fully conscious way. This only comes by forming an awareness of our unconscious aspects, also referred to as our “shadow aspects”. These are the aspects of our self that we judged harshly for some reason, refusing to express them, and denying having them as a result . . . even to ourselves. This renders us unconscious in the most basic sense, because we perceive our shadow nature in our outer world without realizing it. As we form an image of ourselves in a split, fragmented way, as separate from ourselves, we also form our outer reality in the same manner. As we deny and repress our shadow aspects because we’ve judged them to be “bad” or “wrong” to have, we simultaneously begin forming an image of ourselves out of a fragmented state of only owning what we deem to be good, and admirable, forming what’s referred to as our false ego.

Our ego is an illusion of ourselves created out of a fragmented mind. We’re provided with a mirror into our hidden nature through our outer experience of reality, but don’t realize it because we’ve denied having those traits to ourselves, and as a result, don’t have a clear memory of them, so we don’t know they’re ours. We don’t realize that the reason we form a “reaction to them” is because we possess the complementary aspect in its latent state. We bring ourselves back into a harmonious and unified state of equilibrium by learning how to relinquish judgment of ourselves “in” others and harmonize them into our whole being as a result.

We judge the same traits in others to the exact same degree that we judge those same traits in our self, causing us to go unconscious while still projecting those traits onto others. We don’t “give people” those traits, so to speak, but rather perceive the same traits in them and react to them as a result. Once we realize that the outer world is a mirror reflection of the inner world in a whole and unified state, we can use it to self-reflect and follow our judgments back to their root. Once we recognize those same traits in our self and embrace them by harmoniously integrating them into our experience, and finding an appropriate expression for them, we act to heal ourselves and become whole again.

As we experience compassion as understanding of ourselves, our judgment of those same things in others fades away, and it becomes a harmonious part of our whole self and our perception of reality. This is what Jesus was elucidating when he said, “when the outer becomes the same as the inner, and the inner becomes the same as the outer, you’ll have entered the gates of heaven”. What we call heaven is the native plane of the soul where everything exists in a unified state of self-awareness and harmony. Once we identify our outer reality as a reflection and projection of our own mind, we touch on our true identity as a higher divine being that’s acting to create our entire worldly experience as an experience of our self.

All reality is formed as a manifestation of One Source. All reality is formed out of a cosmic seed of spirit that impregnates the individual soul as it also impregnates the soul of humanity as a whole. This is why the spirit is often referred to in masculine terms, and the soul in feminine terms. Reality as we’re capable of knowing it through our perception is the offspring of the soul and spirit. The Trinity is illustrated in mythological terms as the husband and wife, who together produce a child as their offspring. The spirit exists in a purely potential state as an ideal that’s drawn into the soul as a form of “seed”, and gestates it turning it into a “reality” as the combination of both manifested as a material matrix. In order to manifest as a new form, a new seed has to be drawn in through resonance and allowed to incubate as a process of adaptation that shapes it into a modified version that’s harmonious to the soul’s paradigm, where it can be incorporated logically into the whole structure of reality as a natural part of our soul’s perception of itself.

Form as material manifestation is the expression of spirit brought down the planes of density (destiny) by the soul. The spirit is the “ether” as the unified field of intelligence in its potential state that permeates the entire universe, informing it. The human soul is of the Astral Plane of Light and Formation, and the body-template produced through their copulation, forms the etheric double or subtle body, all of which are invisible to the physical senses. In order to work with our physical manifestation, we have to work through our subtle light body which is formed by our mind and spirit. This is what’s being referred to when it’s stated that we have to work by way of the laws that govern the higher planes in order to over-ride and work directly with the material plane. We have to work with the laws governing our mind, which are primarily the laws of mentation, vibration, and polarity, all of which are correspondences of each other.

Dr. Linda Gadbois    

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Understanding the Spiritual Power of Fear

Fear is one of the most powerful spiritual forces there are due to how it functions on the human psyche and within the mind-body relationship. While fear comes instinctively as the means of warning us of an actual danger and immediate threat, allowing us time to prepare or by producing an immediate response, when it’s brought into the human mind, it tends to take hold and begin running our thoughts long after the danger has passed, causing us to create imaginary realities out of the feeling of fear. While some believe it’s only designed to stop us from taking a calculated action, or as “false evidence appearing real” (F.E.A.R.), at the energetic level of the human soul, it does and allows much, much more.

In order to truly understand the powerful effect of fear, we have to embrace a number of presuppositions that will move us out of our personal belief system and into a neutral and more universal arena. One is that the soul is not the body itself, and is housed in the body as its vehicle and instrument for creating and functioning within the material world, and is actually a spirit (invisible being) in its most natural and fundamental state. The soul works through the medium of the mind as the means of creating reality. The soul is both formed and unformed at the same time and exists in a constant state of transformation based on what energies it absorbs and integrates into its mind from its surroundings. The soul is primarily a spirit in its most natural and fundamental state. All of what we experience as “emotions” that “enter into us” and produce an immediate effect in our psychological state, are also “spirits” that inhabit the astral plane, and are invisible. The human soul is the only entity in the natural world that’s capable of “creating” within the material form through active use of choice and will, which is conducted through the faculty of the imagination.

While we have what’s called “Elements” of material form that are shaped and animated by the higher mind as what we call essence and matter, there also exists what are called “Elementals”, which are the forces of Nature that enter into and inhabit matter, animating it with a form of personality. These natural forces exist in the ether (atmosphere) around us, and are constantly being transmitted through the atmosphere telepathically. All of Nature exists within the soul of the Earth as what we refer to as the subconscious aspect of the universal mind. The terms soul and mind are synonymous, and are referring to the same “organized field of energy” (paradigm), which acts as the medium for a constant form of energy exchange between the inner and the outer, both of which are extensions of the same field of information. The human soul is not fixed energetically and is in a constant eternal state of fluctuating and “becoming” based on what energies it resonates with, absorbs, and integrates into its being from the space around it.

This natural process of absorbing and integrating energy is conducted continuously without our direct awareness through sympathetic resonance. We “breathe energy” in the same way we breathe air, because air is the astral plane of energy as intelligence that exist all around us in a “potential (unformed) state”. These energies can only acquire a form and be able to express by co-inhabiting an already existing life-form. They’re not a “soul” as a multidimensional being themselves, but are merely “aspects” of the soul as personality traits that can be acquired (absorbed) and utilized (expressed) by a soul as the means of creating. They exist naturally as a part of the unified field of “instinct” that drives all animal behaviors in an automatic way. The term “astral plane” can be understood as the atmosphere which is illuminated with the sun’s (star) light. This is why spirit is represented by “breath” and the Air Element, which is formed through a combination of Fire-Light and Water-sensation, which also translates as will and emotion.

While we form a model of our material existence as being comprised of the 4 basic Elements as “states of matter”, if we look closely we’ll realize that there’s really only 2 Elements, those of Fire and Water, whose combining and fusing together as one forms air, which forms the etheric-light body for Earth, which is formed as a combination of all 3 Elements to manifest as a living being. Everything comes into existence through pairs of complementary energies that combine and fuse together to form a “working third” as a greater whole. All matter exists as an “empty shell” (ghost-like essence) that’s passive and therefore “magnetic” in nature, and only acquires what consciousness it has from the atmosphere (ether) around it that it serves as a house and vehicle for. Matter is not conscious itself, but only serves to draw in and act as a dwelling place for spirit to actualize as a manifestation.

The spirit maintains its energetic constitution while in a body and continues to constantly evolve itself by interacting with the spirits all around it, which serve to alter its vibratory state and how it functions as a result. This process of energy exchange can be fully regulated by the soul through realization and active use of will in determining what’s “allowed in” and allowed to “take hold”, and what’s rejected and kept out. But of course the soul has to remain awake and self-aware while fully submerged in the subconscious of the dense planes in order to exercise this power. When the soul becomes lost in the outer illusion of reality it doesn’t realize what’s actually happening and how it’s happening, and instead mistakes it for being real and beyond its control, creating a state of hopelessness. The loss of hope comes as a form of chronic, low-grade fear that eats away the spirit.

The True Nature of Evil

The other thing that we have to understand in order to work effectively with this idea is that what we call “evil” is not something that exists independent of us, but rather something we create by how we use our will as intention in employing certain energies as a means of creating. We have to let go of all ideas of good and bad, and of evil and righteousness, and view everything around us “as it actually exists apart from us”. There’s no such thing as an evil force out there lurking in the dark waiting to prey on us without us knowing it. There are only souls using their will to intentionally employ these forces as a means of creating in a way we call evil and bad, because they’re morally destructive and employed intentionally to cause harm to others.

Every energy of the natural world exists as what we can think of as “states” that are experienced as a kind of personality trait and attitude that functions and behaves in a way that produces a natural operation. If we have a desire to function in a certain way, we employ the proper power necessary to do it. When we don’t have the natural personality it takes to perform in certain ways or handle certain types of situations in the most appropriate and beneficial way, we seek to connect with that power in the environment (space) around us and utilize it willfully. We naturally act to “draw in” whatever it is we need in order to handle a situation in the best way possible. As we draw in and apprehend these forces from the empty space around us, they not only change how we feel and act, they also go on to become a “voice in our mind” that continues to influence our decision making process through a constant form of debate and discussion. If you simply observe your own mind anytime you’re at a point of making up your mind about something, you’ll notice a discussion takes place as internal dialogue that has several different points of view. These energies as personality traits become a voice with a specific attitude and point of view that’s always talking to us about things, trying to sway us to its way of thinking. Once the situation that we utilized it for passes and we no longer need it, it’s already set-up-house and stays on as a natural part of our internal dialogue that forms our thought processes.

The Magnetic Pulse of Fear through Abandonment

In psychology these energies are referred to as “sub-personalities”, which we also acquire unintentionally anytime we’re scared, frightened, surprised, shocked, or traumatized. While they’re useful initially in helping us deal with whatever is happening, they stay and go on to become problematic because they continue to express in the same way outside of a situation that warrants it and serve to recreate the same type of situations all over again. All energies are self-fulfilling and only serve to create more of what’s like itself. The only reason these energies are present in the situation that’s causing fear is due to the fact that they’re polarized with it, which means they’re of the same idea (nature) and are the force necessary to bring it back into balance. When the fear goes away and is no longer warranted, they switch polarity and act to keep recreating the problem that they are a solution to. Polar opposites are opposing aspects of the same thing (pattern) and always act to transform and balance each other.

 The only way that these energies are able to “inhabit us” permanently is due to the fact that our soul exited our body at the moment of the trauma, creating a vacuum as a magnetic pull that automatically drew them in without awareness, preventing the soul from fully re-entering the body when the trauma subsides. When this happens, parts of the soul reside outside of the body in the periphery of the mind (energy field), while the personality trait remains in control of the will as part of its consciousness. In Shamanic Arts, this is called “soul loss”, which is a form of spirit possession that can change the soul’s personality, often quite drastically, changing how it behaves and creates as a result. This is self-evident by the simple observation that when someone is traumatized, they go into a form of shock, and are often “never the same again”. It can literally change their personality and who they are as a person. Also when someone becomes overwhelmed with fear, it tends to bring out a side of them that normally doesn’t exist. This is because they become a magnetic for housing the energies associated with whatever is traumatizing them.

While most emotions are received and experienced while fully within our body, fear is different due to the fact that it causes the soul to momentarily “jump out of the body”, creating a vacuum that instantly draws in whatever energy is an active part of what scared you in the atmosphere around you as a complementary aspect. This can be easily understood by recollecting a time when you were shocked and frightened by something, and you literally “jump”, and at the moment you jump, you feel a strange sensation enter your body that continues to excite your imagination with the fearful feeling. You can literally feel your energetic state changing as a flush feeling or wave-like motion moves through and into you.

The energies that are instinctively magnetized to us are designed to help us in handling the situation at hand, but due to the fact that we’re not aware of what’s actually happening, we don’t realize that we’ve acquired them, and don’t know that we can mentally direct them to leave, and so they remain within us and become a permanent resident in our mind. These simple, often singular energies as states of consciousness, don’t have a will or conscience of their own or the ability to self-organize, and don’t accrue any karma as a result of their activities. So as we continue to express the emotions formed during traumatizing events as our thoughts and actions, we form karma out of them that bonds us to them energetically (spiritually). Whatever we become “one with in spirit”, we become the same as in soul essence through the memory of ourselves we create. As we create and accumulate memories through expressing certain attitudes as activities, they lay the foundation for future lives by setting us up to play the opposite and complementary role in the same type of situation and activities.

Using Our Will to Direct Energy

The only way we can work intelligently and act to willfully direct energies of the astral plane is by resolving all fear of them and their ability to play on our imagination. Our imagination “is” our will, and when we allow our fears to control our imagination, we’re lending our will to allow them to create “through us” as us. The substructure of the body is formed out of the essence of the soul, and is what acts to “bond them to each other” throughout the lifetime of the body. It’s through the experiences created while in the body that the soul generates, accumulates, and builds up memory over time, that literally “shape it” in an eternal manner through what we call “karma”.

The soul is not only fully responsible for what it allows to come through its own body (both light and material), it’s literally shaped by it and incurs the consequences of all its action as future life experiences. So you never want to allow emotions to begin dominating and ruling over you by forming illusions in your imagination that you mistake for being real, because you’re not only responsible for all of your creations and use them to shape your identity, you’re also held accountable through a form of universal justice that’s absolute and objective in its administration. Karma is universal justice that’s administered in a completely balanced, fair, and unbiased manner as your life experiences, allowing you to learn the lesson they hold by waking up in the midst of your own dream.

As we unconsciously lend our will to these instinctual forces, they literally control us, and determine our destiny as a result. They serve to determine who we become and how we behave as a result. This is why fear is the most effective form of mind control there is because it works playing on our nerves while exciting our imagination into a state of hysteria. In the general sense, all you have to do in order to control someone, or whole groups of people, is to give them a suggestion that elicits an intense feeling of fear, and simply allow them to continue thinking about it and develop it into a full-blown reality on their own. You can influence how they develop it in their mind by continuing to amplify it in a dramatic way. You don’t have to try and control how it’s developed, just plant the right seed delivered with the right emotion and it’ll take on a life of its own. They’ll literally scare themselves by how they continue to think about it. As we continue to talk about it, we keep the illusion active and growing in intensity, to the point where they’re completely overwhelmed by their own imagining, and will conform to whatever you want them to with the promise of safety and security as a resolution.

While many tend to think that the hidden powers working in the world serve to keep us enslaved as workers, this isn’t at all what’s going on in the spiritual sense. As long as we’re kept in a constant state of negativity and fear, we’re passive and submissive and we allow them to “feed off of our energy”. We allow whatever it is we’re afraid of to enter into us and take over control of our will to create. As we create out of a state of fear, producing the reality of our fears, we bond ourselves energetically as a soul to that realm, literally confining ourselves to it spiritually. We become passive, docile, and meek beings led along by a concentration camp we actively participate in creating. This is why organized religion works out of instilling a “fear of God” into people backed by the threat of eternal punishment for the mistake of not complying with submissive behavior taught to us as “slave values”. This is the true meaning of “the meek shall inherit the Earth”, because the Earth is actually a form of hell as a prison (mental delusion) of our own making. This is where our soul learns how to exercise its will to create, and usually ends up mis-creating by constructing the reality of our fears and passions. It’s here on Earth that we willingly administer our own pain and suffering as a result of the illusions we form out of emotional states.

Exercising Our Spiritual Power

The secret to working with this idea comes by realizing that none of these energies have the ability to resist and overcome our will. Their only power “over us” comes through their ability to enter into us and take over our will by exciting our imagination. We either draw these energies in unknowingly or we’re seduced and hypnotized by them through a promise of power and pleasure. As we unknowingly draw in the forces needed to manage difficult situations, when the situation passes and we no longer need their assistance, we can direct them to leave our energy field and body while thanking them for their help, and send them back out into the universe to help others in need of their services. These lower, Nature spirits that we experience as emotions can’t go against our will, and will naturally obey our commands. Will is an exclusive power of the higher soul and is what acts to direct and orchestrate all of the activities of the lower plane of manifestation.

All spirits of the material world that we experience within us as our feelings and emotions, can be directed by human will and utilized in whatever way we deem necessary to create by using them. We are only slaves to them when we remain unconscious of our true nature as a higher conscious being, and fail to understand our relationship with our body and the outer material conditions and circumstances “of” our body. Through awareness of our ability to direct our own thoughts and regulate our emotions, we can utilize these intelligent forces as the means of creating in a deliberate and precise manner, instead of giving our soul over to be created by them. The human soul governs the 4 Elements and elementals of the entire material world, and can direct their activities intentionally.

There’s a universal rule that applies to the higher human soul, no matter what level we’re talking about, and that is that no other force, power, or earthly entity can violate “choice and will” of another soul. For this reason, people have to be coaxed into complying with another will. Even the devil, which is a higher willful being, is portrayed as negotiating a deal as a means of getting a person to “sell” him their soul. The soul is a person’s will. It’s always a negotiation designed to come to an “agreement” in the form of a “contract” as a “decision” we make for ourselves that charts the course of our soul’s destiny. Other souls act to try and entice us to their way of thinking, and others seduce us with ideas of power or pleasure, and try to persuade us to take their side and become aligned with them in spirit, where we “willingly” cooperate in co-creating what we agreed to.

Anytime you’re face with making a decision of some kind while experiencing an emotion, work first to resolve the emotion. Most decisions made out of emotional states turn out to be bad decisions based on an illusion that bring a deep sense of regret and remorse as we call forth and experience the reality of our decision. Allow the emotion to completely subside and become neutralized, then look at it from a calm, practical and dispassionate perspective. Allow yourself to realize that fear is designed to stop you from taking the actions necessary to change it, and cause you to start doubting everything you know that counters the fear, and is meant to cause you to submit to it willingly.

Also allow yourself to realize that any energy acquired through an intense emotional event as a means of aiding you in a beneficial manner, needs to be dispelled afterwards. Otherwise, if you allow it to remain with you it’ll continue to play on your imagination causing you to recreate the same type of fearful perceptions over and over again. To discharge an energy from your soul’s system, you start by recognizing that you’ve acquired it, then tune into its sensation within your body, locate it, give it your full undivided attention, and then feel a deep sense of gratitude for how it assisted you, thank it for its service, and then bid it farewell and instruct it to leave your body and mind and return to the ether from whence it came so it can be of assistance to others in need. Mentally escort it out of your body and watch it completely disappear out into the space around you. All nature spirits and energies always obey the commands of our higher will which directs them with a firm, absolute, and compassionate hand. All energy is directed and influenced through mental means by using the creative powers of our imagination. The secret to will and all creation lies in the ability to exercise the power of our imagination.

Dr. Linda Gadbois      

Personal Existence and the Relationship between the Subconscious and Self-Conscious Mind

What we refer to as our personal (bodily) existence comes through our ability to perceive ourselves as a “whole reality”, rather than a fragmented part of an even greater reality that exists independent of us. Our perception of reality is formed as a manifestation of the relationship between the subconscious and self-conscious aspects of our mind. All things within the manifest world are produced and maintained through polar aspects of the same mind, both of which function as a “whole” in order to produce what we experience as both our body and the outer reality in which our body lives and grows. Both of these aspects of our mind exist as “modes” of universal consciousness necessary in order to create experience. We can only acquire “knowledge of our self” by way of our own self-created experiences.

Our material reality is produced by the even larger planetary mind of the Earth’s soul as Nature and the subconscious that’s inherent in all living things. What we refer to as the subconscious is a “field of universal intelligence”, also known as instinct, that all life on Earth draws on in order to function as a unified whole. We are born into the subconscious of the Earth’s plane as the means of manifesting in physical form in order to experience our self and create ourselves through the nature of our experiences. What we form as our “personality” on the material plane has no actual separate existence from all of humanity while in the material plane because we all share the same subconscious mind and act cooperatively to produce as a collaboration. What we refer to as the “mind” is an invisible field of encoded information that naturally acts to give rise to an entire Eco-system as a consistent and congruent version of reality.

Our subconscious is an aspect of the Earth’s “collective unconscious” and is what informs and gives life to all of Nature and what we traditionally call our “lower self” or “animal soul” of pure instinct. Our subconscious as our lower self is driven primarily by emotions, passions, and impulses, as a form of instinct. When we live out of a primarily unconscious state, we’re shaped by a constant form of emotional reactions that come in an automatic fashion and don’t require thought and reasoning as a decision making process that’s acted out in a self-aware fashion by active use of will. While we can tend to think that our “self-aware” mind “is” our higher, conscious mind, the fact is it’s a fundamental part of our subconscious that’s birthed fully within the physical body of the material plane. The entire lower plane of material manifestation is “of” the subconscious which acts to birth the self-conscious aspect of the same mind through a growth process that moves us from an experience of unity to one of perceived separation.

The self-conscious aspect of the material mind (the one most think of when using the term “mind”), forms our outer awareness of reality and of our “self” as an inherent part of that reality. This is the aspect of our mind that that only knows itself “as” (or through) our body. As we form an experience of our “self” as a “body and personality”, we “identify” with our own experiences. As we experience our self through our material existence and come to know ourselves as the personality of our body, we create a form of false identity, that’s commonly referred to as the ego. This is a false identity as an illusion or “false image” of ourselves, and is what causes us to perceive ourselves as a mortal being that “dies” with the body. Due to the fact that this temporary existence ends with the death of our body, we become fearful of dying.

While our soul is within the Earth’s plane all “self-awareness” comes as an awareness of our body and the outer reality produced by the collective unconscious of the Astral Plane (Earth’s atmosphere). We all exist within the consciousness of the Earth’s Soul (collective memory as a unified field of information that all life draws on in order to exist) of Astral (star) Light. What we refer to as the “mind” is synonymous with the soul, and is what acts to form a reality that functions as a “whole idea” with different aspects playing specialized roles in creating the same thing. What we experience as our “outer reality” is a hologram formed internally at the unconscious (collective) level that’s projected outward as a lens we look through that sorts and organizes all the information available in the astral field to form a reality that’s somewhat unique to us. While submerged in the collective unconscious we perceive the outer reality as being separate and independent of us, when the fact is it’s being created by us at the unconscious level. Material reality (made up of a matrix of organized light) is contained fully within the subconscious of the group mind as a self-perpetuating, self-regulating, and self-sustaining system.

Higher Consciousness

All reality exists through a dynamic interweaving of multiple planes and levels of vibratory densities that coalesce to form a unified experience of ourselves as a reality. All reality as we’re capable of knowing it exists within us as a mental construct produced, held in place, and orchestrated by our higher, creative mind. The higher plane of pure consciousness oversees this one and consists of ideas (archetypes) in their potential state. Our Soul is what acts as a medium that draws ideas down from the higher plane through a form of sympathetic resonance, and adapts them to the existing reality as a means of modifying and evolving it into a new stage of development. The Soul is the medium that exists between the upper, universal plane of potential, and the lower plane of manifestation. The process used for taking an idea in it’s potential state as a kind of prototype, and modifying it to produce a personalized version, is laid out for us through universal laws and principles that serve to provide us with a form of instruction for how to use our own mind in a much more empowering way.

In the most basic sense, the entire universe is mathematical in nature and acts to create and sustain all life through laws and principles that form a dynamic creative process. Our mind as our soul works by way of these same laws as the means for creating itself as a whole reality. All ideas originate from universal archetypes that contain everything that’s needed to produce that idea as a “whole reality” and lays the foundation necessary for creating as a certain “type” of experience. As we draw an idea into our mind we begin developing it in our imagination by how we define it using sensory details. We integrate that idea into our existing creation by reshaping it to be congruent and harmonious with our everyday life. Once adapted to our existing mental model, we create a series of mental filters that adjust our perceptual lens that we “look through” in order to perceive as a reality. Once an idea is incorporated in a logical and intuitive manner it becomes a natural part of our outer world.

We use our mental model as a holographic blueprint for interpreting the events of our life to give them meaning. The meaning we give things shapes how we experience them through the story we tell ourselves about them. Our story about things formed out of the meaning we give them, is what creates our reality in a consistent and intuitive way. What we refer to as our “Higher Self” is the creative aspect of our mind and soul as a mental paradigm or seed formed out of accumulated memory that projects into the lower plane forming our “lower self”. It remains fully present within the higher or middle plane, and as it descends into the material planes of manifestation, divides itself into polar aspects which are necessary to create itself as both a self and other, and as a inner self within an outer reality, both of which are formed out of the same essence and pattern. Duality is a necessary foundation for creating experience. We can only “know” something through an experience of it that brings realization. Knowledge of ourselves as something or someone specific only comes through how we “experience” ourselves within a certain type of story-line. We first produce our reality as an ongoing story we’re always in the process of telling ourselves, shaping the events of our life into a specific type of experience. We then absorb our self-made experiences and form them into “memories” of our self. Our soul is comprised of memory formed out of its own creations.

The personality of our body is formed out of the accumulated experiences produced by and then acquired through a subconscious existence on the lower plane of illusion. While in a manifest state of existence we naturally perceive ourselves as being our body, and believe our personality is “who we are” as a higher, cosmic soul. This “image” we form of ourselves is produced by a form of soul-amnesia as mistaken identity, commonly referred to as our ego or false self. Just as our self-conscious and subconscious are “extensions” of each other, they’re both an extension of our Higher Self and Mind. The self-conscious mind is formed as the culmination of mental activities originating in cosmic memory. Just as we draw on a field of intelligent powers within the material plane through intuition, which is similar to instinct, where our perceptions and behaviors are driven by emotional impulses that replace intentional decisions, we can also use our subconscious as a receptor for drawing on the higher plane of archetypal ideas that allow us to create outside of the group mind in an original and individual manner. Our subconscious is the means through which our Higher Self introduces ideas that are developed into visions for creating in our imagination.

As we change our perception from a personal perspective to a more universal one, our personal consciousness (ego) is obliterated through a higher realization. When we begin realizing that our entire reality is being created by our subconscious mind as a means of creating experiences of ourselves that can be utilized to facilitate our own conscious evolution, we begin seeing all of reality as a reflection of inner aspects of our own psyche that normally remain hidden and unknown to us. Transformation takes place in the phase of conscious awareness when the “pairs of opposites” that create the illusion of separation are blended harmoniously and thereby “neutralized” as a single awareness that’s comprised of all elements of both the inner and outer perception of reality. This principle is demonstrated by the fact that all complementary colors when mixed together are neutralized as various shades of grey.

The Trinity and the Law of the Triad

There are several models that are commonly used to illustrate the law operating in the Triad as the threefold nature of the mind and soul, and the reality they produce. Most of these ideas are illustrated using the concept of a man (husband), woman (wife), and child (combination), a person with three heads or faces, and a guardian angel (divine being) governing and watching over a couple as a man and woman who are lovers. The male image represents the self-conscious aspect of outer-awareness, the female represents the subconscious aspect of the inner awareness, and the child as the regenerated personality that forms a new and unique whole as a combination of both. The symbol of a triangle and it’s points illustrate the orientation of the three aspects of the mind within two planes or levels of existence that are actually different parts of the same thing, with the higher mind forming the peak and the two lower minds the foundation as the rays of the higher. The Higher-Self is the Divine Breath or cosmic fire that directs the creation of the lower plane by “seeding” and impregnating the subconscious (of both the individual and group mind) with an idea as a metaphor that’s self-perpetuating.

What’s referred to as the 4 Elements of Esoteric Sciences represent “modes of consciousness” that all work together to produce the Astral Body as the spatial blueprint (hologram) of material reality. Light comes from the Sun as electrified plasma that enters into matter, which is magnetic and organizes it into a coherent field as a vapor or mist. The action of heat on water causes the water to evaporate and become air, the moist substance of breath. As water is heated it’s molecules become excited and it begins vibrating at a faster rate and transforms into an invisible mist. As it rises upward it forms humidity as oxygen, and accumulates into cloud formations on a higher region of the same plane. This symbolizes the higher will’s ability to organize the particles of matter into distinct patterns based on how its charged with a vibratory frequency as a pattern that’s self-assembling. Breath is specialized in sound as an inner voice that becomes the basis for outer speech, both of which issue forth from thought as an idea. Sound, like light, is 7-fold in nature as 7 tones that naturally vibrate the 7 colors of the rainbow, which “reveals” the hidden nature of light that normally remains invisible to us (to our physical senses). Sound as an instrument of creation (vibration) is commonly represented by an angel blowing a trumpet, which is an instrument that uses sound vibration to “construct” (assimilate), to “shatter” (destroy) and to “levitate” (transcend).

Sound as an inner voice is how our Higher Self communicates with us and is translated into sensory form as thought, which is turned into pictures within our imagination and lays the foundation for all of our actions.  As we “conceive” the message as an “idea in seed form” (archetype) from our Higher Self, which often comes as a form of inspiration or through dreams, it provides us with a new pattern as a pathway that ultimately liberates us from the illusion of separation. Not separation from others within our reality, but from the higher aspect of our mind that’s acting to produce the entire reality in which we’re submerged as an unconscious aspect of our own creation. In a like manner, our subconscious will also take in the verbal suggestions or thoughts from other people within the material plane and use them to construct a personal reality of the same kind. When we lose contact with our Higher Self or never establish an intimate connection with our true source of power, we simply use the ideas of other people as a form of hypnotic suggestion and lend our will to cooperatively participate in co-creating their reality while mistaking it for our own.

The 7 tones that comprise the musical scale are harmoniously organized into a composition that produces a corresponding effect in the 7 stars (chakras) of our etheric body by calibrating their vibration through sympathetic resonance. Sound “organizes light into patterns” as internal images that invoke an equivalent emotional response. Emotions are the motivating force of the subconscious and form the universal pattern into a unique variation by how it’s adapted to the current situation and conditions. It introduces a “new idea” that acts to influence our existing model into a new configuration as a variation. It forms first internally as a metaphorical image in the imagination, which provides the subconscious of not only the individual but also the group mind in which the individual is a part with a directive for creating externally as a correspondence where it can be “witnessed” by the self-conscious as an “experience” of itself. We first project our reality as an expansion of our inner thoughts and imaginings, and then we absorb it through the experience it creates. While we tend to view the masculine and feminine aspects of something as opposites that contradict each other through opposing natures and functions, they are actually the same thing that both expands and contracts simultaneously as a means of producing the outer as a shadow of the inner.

Material reality is symbolized by a square which has 4 lines composed of “right angles” to each other. When turned at a 90 degree angle, it forms a diamond shape, which represents the Tetrad (4) that is birthed as a reflection of the Triad (3) through the Vesica Pisces (Dyad), which is also called the “womb of the universe”.  The Triad represents the 3-fold nature of the mind, and the Tetrad represents material reality which comes as a direct reflection and downward projection of the mind. When the Dyad is orientated vertically from upper to lower instead of side-by-side in a horizontal movement, it represents the mind being given an idea as a mental impression from the higher plane in the form of a “seed”. As the seed gestates it’s developed through prolonged concentration into a modified version that can easily be incorporated congruently into the existing reality in a way that makes sense as a natural progression. This idea is represented by an equal armed cross formed by 2 diametrically opposing lines that form 2 pairs of right angles. A square can be divided into 9 equal squares (3 aspects each with a 3-fold nature) that form a cross in the center using 5 of the squares. 9 = completion of an ideal, and 5 = adaptation as a modification that produces a variable, and 4 = material reality that’s comprised of both visible and invisible parts of the same thing.

5th Dimension of the Astral Plane

On the Astral Plane of the 5th dimension, all things are the reverse or polar opposite of the physical conditions of the 4th plane. Polarity is used as the basis for communicating between planes. The subconscious of the lower plane can only be utilized by the conscious mind of the upper plane when the self-conscious of the same lower plane isn’t actively directing the subconscious with thoughts of a passionate nature. On the material plane the self-conscious is made passive in order for the subconscious to be free to receive the influences from the Higher Self. The Higher Self can’t communicate directly with the self-conscious mind of the material plane because it’s “active” and and therefore can’t act as a receiver. It’s only by reversing polarity and making the self-conscious “thinking” mind silent, and therefore passive, that we can receive thoughts from the active aspect of our Higher Self on the higher plane of the super-conscious. This is why most communication only takes place through dreams and while in meditative states.

This process of reversed polarity of the two material minds allows the subconscious to be impregnated with a “new idea” as a projection from our higher consciousness. All ideas from the 5th dimension exist in their “potential state” and are self-perpetuating. They work to form the reality that’s ideal for evolving the personality of the body in the most beneficial way possible. A new idea being birthed as a reality is represented by the “child” as the offspring produced by a new combination of qualities and complementary patterns. When we allow ourselves to be guided by our higher consciousness, which is universal in nature and acts to create our entire reality on the lower plane, we evolve ourselves to a higher state of true self-awareness as a higher, divine being. This is illustrated through the idea of returning to a child-like state of innocence, before we were conditioned by others and society, where our personality is regenerated through an injection of universal consciousness that comes from a higher plane that’s overseeing and creating the entire lower plane.

The Perpetual Intelligence of our Higher Self

Our Higher Self plants an archetypal idea as a metaphorical theme in our mind that’s self-organizing. Any idea translated into a sensory reality in the imagination vibrates at the frequency of the idea as a metaphorical pattern. A vibratory pattern, like all living systems, is 3-fold in nature, and not only has the pattern as a metaphorical template inherent in it, but also a self-assembling mechanism that organizes light into the “reality” of the idea. It undergoes a process of adaptation that specializes it into a unique variation by growing it “in” our personality in its current state and level of development. It introduces an idea that serves as the means for evolving us to a higher level of self-awareness through the experiences created as an expanded form of self-expression. We only evolve based on our ability to create in unique ways. All transformation comes as a process of growth and development that’s naturally facilitated through our ability to incorporate new ideas by building them into our perception of reality.  

A universal archetype as a metaphorical idea forms into a unique pattern through a growth and development process, much like a seed that’s planted in fertile soil grows by being nourished by the warmth and energy of the sun (symbol of our Higher Self). It works through resonance as sympathetic induction to organize the reality of the idea as a specialized variation that brings a new kind of experience that provides us with a new awareness of ourselves. We “create ourselves” by creating the reality we use as the means of experiencing ourselves.  As we receive instruction from our Higher Self as a unique pattern for creating as a reality, it grows us through the experiences it produces and the realizations that come as a natural outgrowth. We only “grow” through the incorporation of new ideas that become a part of our reality and form how we experience our self in relationship with that reality. They cause us to stretch and move beyond the normal limits set in place by our formative conditioning.

The Self-Perpetuating action of the Mind

There’s two basic ways we act to “draw in ideas” with our material mind. Our material mind consists of the two lower aspects of our bodily consciousness in which the self-conscious is an outgrowth or offspring of our subconscious mind and serves to “witness” the reality created by our subconscious. Our subconscious is the feminine aspect of our mind that’s passive, receptive, and acts to create our entire material reality, first by gestating an idea in the womb of the imagination as a holographic form that’s magnetized with sensation, causing it to vibrate at the frequency of the archetypal form. Then, once it’s formed into a detailed internal reality through a process of adaptation, it begins vibrating at the complementary frequency necessary for assembling the elements of the outer world of the group mind into the same thematic idea (holographic principle of creation) on a larger scale. Our thoughts are perceived as transparent scenarios projected onto an invisible screen or lens that we then “look through” as the means of seeing the same idea all around us as a coherent reality. The mind creates through fractal patterns that manifest on different scales and levels simultaneously.

We’re always either drawing ideas as information out of the atmosphere around us (horizontal plane) formed by the group mind of “created ideas”, or we absorb them from the higher plane of archetypal ideas and use them as the means of creating in a unique and innovative manner. We either run the same thoughts through our mind in a redundant and habitual manner, usually acquired through our conditioning and what we’ve been taught as the ideas of others, or we tune into the plane of our Higher Self, silence our habitual rambling thoughts, become fully present in direct experience, and allow thoughts to be spontaneously interjected into our mind from a neutral and universal perspective that are non-personal in nature. This means they aren’t generated by our habitual mind as a means of replaying memories of the past in order to use those same type of ideas to create in the present. All “ideas” are symbolic metaphors that are thematic in nature, which is what allows them to be used over and over to produce new variations based on how they’re adapted to new situations.

We have to silence our conditioned mind in order to become a vessel for our higher mind to consciously inhabit and create through. As we begin experiencing ourselves through the intelligence and awareness of our higher mind, we begin experiencing ourselves in new and more profound ways. As we create new experiences we identify with those experiences, and evolve ourselves accordingly. We only retain subconsciously what we become a part of as an experience that unites the inner with the outer, and ultimately the upper with the lower. Once we step into the reality of ourselves as our divine nature we become multidimensional beings that exist fully within a higher level of consciousness. We no longer perceive separation and realize through direct experience that there’s really only one of us. This experience of ourselves is expressed in the Hermetic axiom, “as above so below, and as within so without, in the wondrous workings of the One Thing.” And what Jesus was referring to when he said “when the outer becomes the same as the inner, and the inner becomes the same as the outer, you’ll have entered the kingdom of heaven”.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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How to Release and Erase Memories of People and Events

Memories are something that only exist in our mind as a mental construct and replay over and over due to the intense emotion associated with them. All of what becomes actual memory that we can vividly recollect in emotional detail years later comes from significant emotional events (SEE) that had a powerful impact on us in some way. These events and the memories we formed of them served to change us in the most fundamental sense, and as we continued to live out of them, they served to shape our identity and “who” we became because of them.

Memory and emotion are always connected due to the fact that the event caused a strong emotional reaction in us, and those emotions served to shape the nature of the experience we formed as an interpretation of some kind. Our “experience” doesn’t come as an objective recollection of the event itself, but how we processed and internalized it as a means of creating our experience of it. As we internalize an intense event, we make it “mean” something by the story we tell ourselves about it in an attempt to put it in perspective as a means of trying to make sense out of it. We take an existing reality as a strong emotional event and reprocess it to form a new version of it as our interpretation that gives it personal  meaning.

The meaning we give something as the means of experiencing it forms the basis for the storyline we begin telling ourselves that serve to shape us as a person. We create our identity out of the memories we constantly play out in one way or another as the means of producing more of the same type of experiences. They become thematic templates for producing instant interpretations as our perceptual lens and filtering system. They give us a form of referencing system to instantly interpret all new and similar type of events to mean the same thing. As we walk through life we’re always assessing and summing up situations by looking through the thematic filters of our past memories by saying “this means the same things as that”. We consistently shape the present to be a continuation of the past and a means of predicting the future.

We walk into any situation with preconceived notions and expectations of what’s going to happen, and we use a dynamic series of mental and emotional filters to only notice, abstract, and rearrange the information in a way that creates the experience of our expectations. We’re always saying to ourselves . . . this means I’m not wanted; that means I’m not loved; I’m not good enough; people can’t be trusted; life’s unfair; I can’t ever get ahead, and so on. We interpret any number of behaviors or actions to mean the same thing as those same types of actions meant to us in the past. Our memories provide us with a template for producing a congruent and consistent experience of reality that follows a major theme.

Because emotion is the key factor in forming all significant memories, it also acts as the “hook” that keeps us compulsively attached to them and that serves as a “trigger” for activating them. As we’re triggered emotionally we produce an immediate reaction that doesn’t require us to think about it in order to form a new appraisal. All reactions are instant and produce unconscious actions in us. We instantly access and replay the emotion, mindset, and behaviors of the memory being activated. As we’re triggered emotionally we literally go unconscious and act out of a delirious state.

Anytime we’re overly emotional or “sensitive” to the emotions being projected by others, we live our life out of memories of the past as automated patterns and create while unconscious and not utilizing our higher capacities to create in a self-aware, well thought out and intentional manner. Emotionally reactive people are unconscious in the most basic sense and are constantly being controlled and determined by whatever it is they’re reacting to. Their whole life is determined by and becomes a replay of their formative conditioning.

Subconscious and Self-Conscious Mind

What we refer to as our subconscious is the creative aspect of our mind that forms our experiences of reality. It’s the “passive” aspect of our mind that’s “receptive” in nature; while the self-conscious aspect is “active” and self-aware, and has the ability to “give direction” to the subconscious as a way of forming new patterns of interpretation and behaviors. The subconscious is “experiential” in nature, which means its “programmed” with pictures, images, and scenarios that it uses as a metaphorical template for perceiving reality and producing all of our natural behaviors that come in an automatic way without us having to think about them.

The subconscious is emotionally driven and prompted to take action based on impulses and strong emotional charges. It works to create our entire experience of reality and ourselves out of memories of experiences that are emotionally intense. We literally “act on ourselves” to program ourselves for creating reality based on memories we form and continue to live out of, and the emotional states they naturally act to produce and maintain. Anyone who lives out of memories of their past is literally delusional. They’re living a life of illusions that they themselves are creating without direct awareness of what they’re doing.

The Power of Identity

The truly elusive and compelling thing about our memories is that we’ve actually “used them” as the means of shaping ourselves by way of them. As we had impacting experiences and tried to make sense of them by explaining them to give them meaning, we simultaneously identified with our own imaginary experiences. As we form an internal experience in our mind as the “meaning” of events, we “sense ourselves” within our own self-created experiences, and we make it mean the same thing about us. Whatever we tell ourselves about why something happened and what it means about another person or the way life is, it also means about us in relationship with it, and we begin identifying with our own story about things.

As we shape our identity out of our self-created memories and story about things, we need to keep telling them in order to know who we are. We replay the same scripts over and over in our mind. For this reason giving up our story can be quite difficult. This is especially true when we’re not clear on what story we want to tell in its place. Often when we give up our story or lose what we’ve shaped ourselves around, we don’t know how to “be” different. In order to tell a new story, we have to give up our memories of the past and develop new ways of being. Without a distinct sense of purpose and direction this can seem a bit daunting and overwhelming.

We become so used to living out of an automated state over time that having to actually make conscious decisions, select new ideas, and develop ourselves in new ways can seem dry causing us to struggle with motivation in maintaining them, especially when compared to the intensity of our emotional past. It’s the emotions attached to an idea that makes it compelling and infuses it with a sense of passion and drama. Emotions act like drugs in our body, altering our state of mind, and when their maintained in a habitual manner, become addictive, causing us to literally crave them.

In order to take over the process of conscious self-creation we have to exercise the higher capacities of our mind to create in an original fashion. This requires not only truly deciding to let go of your past conditioning, but also deciding how you’re going to be instead. What kind of person are you going to create yourself to be and what kind of story are you going to tell by how you live your life? And then, once you make those decisions you have to learn how to intentionally utilize your imagination in order to both instruct your subconscious to release and let go of memories while simultaneously replacing them with new ones. You have to learn how to use your conscious, self-aware mind to direct and guide your subconscious on what to create as a new idea.

Because your subconscious operates out of memory as imaginary experiences, you have to develop new ideas as actual experiences that are vivid in sensory terms. You have to create what you want as a form a “virtual memory” that provides your subconscious with a pattern to produce natural characteristics and behaviors out of. You have to practice embodying new ways of being as a means of training your body to new behaviors. You have to give your subconscious new emotional memories and form new habits through consistent and repetitive practice.

As you let go of past memories you have to replace the void it creates with new ones, or you have to “re-imagine” existing ones to form a new experience of them. If you leave a void, your subconscious will automatically draw something in as a means of knowing what to do. The subconscious can’t make decisions as to what to use as a means of creating and relies solely on memories as habitual patterns and tendencies. It’s “seeded” with suggestions from the conscious mind that it then converts into a reality in the imagination and uses for creating an outer reality of the same nature. The subconscious is symbolic in nature, which means that all imaginary experiences intentionally produced as a desire for creating as an outer reality, are utilized as thematic ideas. So it won’t produce the exact same reality the way you imagined it, but rather adapt the idea to the current situation and environment to produce a corresponding version of the same idea.

Power of the Imagination

While many people believe imaginary processes are an illusion and not “real”, they’re actually the means for not only giving the subconscious direction for creating as an actual experience, but also the means by which we direct the forces of the natural world. As we think, we imagine and direct energy into the “forms” of our thoughts, giving them life inside of us. All “actual memories” are in fact created by “re-imagining” an event, and are established as a modified version based on how they’re interpreted, and consistently replayed in the imagination. All imaginary processes are how we use our conscious mind to communicate with and direct our subconscious, which uses them as “symbolic ideas” for creating as an experience of a similar nature.

Another common mistake people make is in thinking that memories aren’t created “in” or by the imagination, but are an actual recollection of objective events, that they equally interpreted in a neutral and objective fashion. Yet memories are based on how we “formed our experience” of events based on the emotional state we were in at the time and as an “interpretation”. We reform the elements of an event in our mind as the means of telling a story out of the emotion we were feeling. Then the memory is recalled and replayed in the faculty of the imagination, forming our perceptual lens as an instant interpretation, and as the means of producing more experiences of the same kind, while altering the memory to some degree every time it’s recalled based on how it’s adapted to the current situation to produce a variable. Memories are actually “living creations” of the soul itself and they consistently undergo an evolutionary process through adaptation and modification.

Due to the fact that the subconscious is emotionally motivated to perform certain actions, if we have a fear or apprehension around letting go of or erasing memories, it’ll either hang onto them out of a fear of letting go, or it’ll create an experience that’s scary, stressful, and fear based. The emotion itself “is” the directive for the subconscious to create “as” an experience. The image used is just the pattern as a process, and the emotion is how that pattern is shaped into an experience. The pattern is simply what’s used to express the emotion attached to it as the reality that invokes more of the same emotion. The subconscious naturally moves into anything that’s presented as being pleasurable, and away from anything that’s painful. So if change is presented as a hard or painful struggle of some kind, the subconscious will avoid it at all costs, and work to sabotage any willful effort to accomplish it.

The scope of this article is the process of letting go of memories and not the instruction on how to create new ones, which I have written several other articles on, and can be accessed by using the search feature on my website. If you’re feeling the least bit apprehensive or unsure of yourself in choosing to let go of your past in order to create a new you, then you should spend some time exploring the nature of your attachment to your story of the past and wait until it becomes an exciting and liberating idea. Letting go of the “known” in favor of the “unknown” can be terrifying to those who are new to the idea of conscious self-creation. There’s a great sense of security in familiarity and staying in your comfort zone, even when it’s been traumatizing and painful.

Letting go of the Past – the Process

Once you’ve decided to honestly let go of your past story and feel excited about creating yourself anew, you can start by selecting the memories you want to erase. These can either be ones that were incurred with a specific person or a certain type memories usually represented by a phase or period in your life. You want to become clear on which ones they are because it requires a hypnotic state and an imaginary process where you have to use your conscious mind to direct your subconscious on what to do. If you’re uncertain or vague in anyway, you’ll lose your thought process as soon as you become totally relaxed.

Once you’ve decided, you want to make sure you fully abstract the “life lesson” the memories held for you in terms of what they helped you to realize so you can retain that knowledge and not repeat past mistakes.

Meditative  Process:

  • Get into a comfortable position, either sitting upright in a chair with both feet flat on the ground, preferably touching, relaxing your hands on your lap or thighs, palms down; or by lying down flat on your back with your neck well supported, legs straight and feet touching and hands relaxed palms down on either your chest, abdomen, or thighs. It’s important that your spine is straight and you create a “closed system” energetically.
  • Get comfortable, then close your eyes and turn your full attention inward and start by focusing on your breathing. Take a couple of long, slow, deep breaths to relax, and mentally scan your body for any discomfort, making any adjustments necessary to produce a comfortable feeling. Then relax your breathing to a normal, rhythmic motion.
  • You want to “talk to yourself” as a means of walking yourself (subconscious) through an intentional process, telling yourself why you’re doing what you’re doing as a form of verbal instructions (directing the process involved).
  • Breathe in relaxation, exhale all tension and stress, and with each breath you feel your body relaxing.
  • Place your attention on your feet – picture your feet or center your attention on the sensations in your feet, and tell them to relax . . . then feel them relax. Once relaxed, move your attention up to your calves, tell them to relax, and feel them relaxing . . . do this all the way up your body to the top of your head, until you’re fully relaxed and somewhat unaware of your body.
  • Have a sincere and brief conversation with your body about how good it feels to relax . . . the more you relax the better it feels, and tell it that this is a “safe space” that’s created by you, and it’s okay to just relax and let go. . .  . speak to yourself with a firm yet comforting and soothing voice.
  • Connect with your higher source of power . . . imagine a sphere of beautiful white light directly above your head. Feel it’s love and warmth as a very pleasurable sensation, then mentally ask the light to enter you, or draw it down intentionally, and feel it as it completely fills your head, saturating your brain with a beautiful white light, soothing and comforting you . . . as you continue to pull it down into your throat, filling your throat area, then down into your chest . . . abdomen, and legs, and down to your feet. As you feel your body filled with the beautiful, warm sensation of the light, feel it’s protection and comfort, and reaffirm that this is a safe place and it’s ok to just let go and go deeper and deeper down . . . down into a peaceful feeling of calm relaxation . . .
  • Then picture the person (or event) the memories are associated with, and tell yourself that you’re going to abstract from your body all the energy and etheric substance or aka from the various organs and parts of your body they’re located – the body holds memory as emotion – tell your subconscious to become aware of all the sensations within your body associated with this person.
  • Place your attention on the sensations, and imagine them as a form of liquid light and visualize yourself using your hands to enter into and pull out the fluid-like energy of the emotion and memory from your organs and muscles . . . .  
  • Do this every place you feel the sensations of the memory, while accumulating it and rolling it into a ball.
  • Once it’s been surgically abstracted and formed into a ball of liquid light, tell yourself to find the aka (etheric) cords attached at the heart center, and cut them using  a dagger or knife. Imagine doing it and see it as disconnected completely from all parts of your body and as a ball of light in your hands, then mentally thank this person in a sincere manner for the lessons they served to teach you, and let go of the ball sending it back out into the universe to be recycled so it can benefit someone else.
  • Watch it floating in front of you and being projected away until it completely disappears into the dark. Tell yourself it’s gone forever and bid it farewell.
  • After it’s completely gone imagine a hand whisking your energy field briskly, clearing out all residue, then seal your aura and body with a bubble-like shield of light, telling your subconscious that it can’t ever come back in and will be deflected back out into the universe. That you’re protected and safe . . .
  • Sense your body free of the emotional sensations while telling yourself how good it feels. Create an anchor for this state as a picture or word that you use that will instantly produce the state and can be fired at will.
  • Introduce the new memory you want to replace it with, associating the emotional trigger of the old memory to the new one. Wait until you get the new memory just the way you want it, and then replay it over and over in your mind until it comes automatically in complete form.  Then produce the emotional feeling of the old memory while instantly playing the new memory in its place. Do this repeatedly until it becomes natural.
  • In order to conclude the session, say to yourself . . . “and so it is, and so must it be”. And slowly bring yourself back into conscious awareness while telling yourself that you’ll wake alert and feeling better than ever . . . .

Most hypnotic processes only require one session, depending on how deep you go and how proficient you are at processes of deep meditation that utilize guided imagery, and your confidence in guiding yourself. If it doesn’t work with one session, simply repeat until it becomes permanent. Change produced by subconscious programming can often be a bit tricky to realize because it comes by simply “forgetting”. You lose awareness of the memories because you no longer think about them, and can go weeks or even months before it dawns on you that you haven’t thought about it in a long time. When you do think about the memories, you do it in a very detached and matter of fact way, with absolutely no emotion. As you realize that you haven’t thought about it for a while, you forget about it again, and never think about it unless there’s a direct association. It’s no longer compulsive or emotionally painful, and you no longer dwell in it uncontrollably.

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

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Understanding Different Dimensions and how to Move into them

What we refer to as “parallel dimensions” are interlaced dimensions that are polar opposites of each other. Sound and light, for example, are frequencies that are complementary in nature, and sound as vibration serves to organize light into living forms as a perceivable reality. Vibration has both a pattern and self-organizing mechanism inherent in it. What we perceive with our physical senses as a “solid reality” is actually comprised of light as “essence” that’s organized and held in place as a dynamic mental construct. Our material reality is formed out of a very small portion of an even larger reality, and is known as the “visible” part of the light spectrum. The aspects of the light spectrum just beyond our ability to perceive with our physical senses can still be known intuitively as feelings (sensations) that form mental impressions in the imagination that connect us with the unknown (inner) aspects of the known (outer) world. The inner and outer constructs of the mind exist as parallel planes that are complementary to each other, and work together to form an even greater unified whole.

Our material senses only perceives a very small part of what coexists all around us on a much greater scale that’s mostly invisible to us. What we’re capable of perceiving through our physical senses are a minute part of what’s actually there as what we call the “ether” or “astral plane” of the universal mind (unified field of information). The term astral light of course refers to “star light” which is invisible in essence until it’s reflected off of dust particles of some kind. It exists in a primary state as “plasma”, which can be “charged” or electrified (infused with a pattern) through mental intention and organized into a living form that resembles a grey, ghost-like shape, as an astral body that acts as a host for consciousness to embody as a means of creating and self-expressing.

What’s referred to as the astral plane in esoteric sciences is the star (sun) light that produces the atmosphere of the Earth as a visible, holographic reality based on what’s absorbed and utilized to produce a mental construct, and what’s reflected and therefore left out of the equation. This process of energetic absorption and repulsion of cosmic frequencies is formed by the relationship that’s formed between the earth’s astral body (soul) as an electromagnetic frequency or light spectrum and the cosmic or universal soul of latent potential, and is only a fraction of what’s possible at the universal level. The Earth, like all heavenly bodies, is a living entity that vibrates at a certain frequency and is what determines what astral potencies it acts to naturally absorb (resonate with), metabolize (integrate), and assimilate (harmonize) as the means of producing a light-matrix that emanates or gives rise to the sensory reality we perceive as Nature. All matter is light (photons) that’s shaped by the mind as thought-forms. Reality only exists through our mental perception of it.

All planets vibrate at different frequencies as “attributes and qualities” that form a broader spectrum that’s imbued with different characteristics of a much larger spectrum. Anything that exists outside of our mental frequency can’t be “conceived of” from within the frequency of the Earth and the senses formed out of the material bodies of the Earth. In a like manner, our solar system exists as a unified system of harmonic resonance that make up multiple dimensions, only some of which are perceivable by us, that are interwoven psychically to form an even greater conscious entity or solar soul, that gives rise to and governs all life within our solar system. These parallel, complementary planes, now known in quantum physics as “String Theory”, can be navigated psychically using what’s referred to as our “higher senses” as a natural form of intuition or an “inner voice that forms a mental vision” (thought). When we utilize our mind to develop our higher capacities (spiritual senses) we can engage in soul awareness of the dimensions that underlie and transcend this one as parallel and complementary to it.

Our “inner voice” that comes to us telepathically as our own voice being used by a higher authority, simultaneously forms an inner vision of whatever the voice is saying. Words spoken, whether silently as our thoughts or outwardly as speech, act to organize essence into the inner reality of the words. As we think we simultaneously create the reality of our thoughts in our mind. All will to create lies in the faculty of the imagination, which turns words into reality as the meaning of the words. This comes as a completely natural and automatic process that can be consciously cultivated in a purposeful manner through self-realization. Not the “self” of the body, but the true self of the higher soul. The body merely acts in an automatic fashion to form the reality its being given to form by the soul commanding and directing it.

The Light Body of the Soul is our Interstellar Vehicle

What’s commonly referred to as the “Merkabah” (chariot of light), represented by interlaced triangles (minds) of the Hexad (6) is the means of inter-dimensional travel between parallel planes. Inter-dimensional travel is performed by willfully tuning yourself to the dimension you wish to move into as a mental frequency. The symbol of a chariot, driven by a “master” (soul) who commands the animal pulling it, represents the human will and the vehicle of the mind. The triangle or pyramid represents the mind and the reality (mind) it naturally projects into by becoming one with it in essence (vibration). The interlaced triangles are oriented in opposite directions of each other as complementary opposites of the same mind. This indicates that as we either raise our vibration or lower it, we systematically tune into and become a part of the reality produced by that frequency, and we “tune our mind” by working with the complementary aspects of our own mind.

Inter-dimensional travel is undertaken with the faculty of the mind-soul, and is not possible with a material vehicle or technology of this dimension produced out of the material substances of the Earth. Anything produced out of the material body of the Earth carries its frequency and can only be used to travel within that same frequency or material plane. The dimension of time and space is an aspect of the material plane where travel comes by moving from one location in space to another, which can require an absorbent amount of time. Higher dimensions of pure light don’t involve the interlaced dimension of time and space and movement within the unified field of the cosmic mind is achieved naturally through thought and intention. The lower dimensions of unconsciousness take us deeper into the lower vibrations of the material world where we inflict pain and suffering on ourselves through our own thoughts and actions without any direct awareness of what we’re doing and how it is we’re doing it. As long as we remain unconscious of our true nature as beings of a higher nature who possess the ability to create using our mind, we remain locked into the darkness of our own making.

Whichever way we choose to go as a form of inter-dimensional travel from one plane to another is determined solely by us and how we “use our mind” as our galactic vehicle. No one has the power to think our thoughts for us or control our behavior. This is something only we do for and to ourselves. We’re always choosing what to think and how to behave based on our thoughts. When we’re conditioned to the slave mentality of the material plane and enticed into its vulgarity, violence, and mindlessness, we act “on” ourselves to confine us to a prison of our own making. We use our will and our ability to choose what we focus on, think about and actively engage in to self-administer our own pain and suffering. The idea of achieving immortality while in a physical body is a death sentence to the soul. The modern idea of “merging human consciousness with technology” allows the soul and will of individual sovereignty to be controlled and utilized by the will of others, and removes all possibility of transcending to higher planes of consciousness.

What we refer to as “higher planes of consciousness”, where we assume our true identity as divine creative beings, is one of sovereignty and individuality and comes as our innate ability to create ourselves through deliberate and calculated use of choice and will. It comes as our ability to think for ourselves, regulate our body and emotions, and make clear decisions about what we focus on, give our attention and life energy to, dwell in continuously, and will to create as a result. Whatever we connect with in mind and soul, we become like in spirit. Whatever we allow into our mind and take hold, we give life to “through” and “as” us. As we become “one with” something, we become the same in nature and we “bond” ourselves to it energetically and act to cooperatively participate in co-creating as a joint-reality.

The Science of Transcendence

We transcend the material plane by first developing our intuition as our ability to see the internal and underlying nature of things, and by connecting with our higher-self that’s of a divine nature, and giving our full undivided attention to imagining the reality that comes as inner guidance from our higher source. We cultivate ourselves to embody virtues through active use of our will to overcome weaknesses and transform our character accordingly. We learn how to consistently tune into the plane of peace and harmony that’s universal in nature, where we realize fully that we are the creator of our own reality. We quit identifying with the personality of our conditioning, and begin identifying instead with our higher-self and divinity. It’s our responsibility as sovereign beings to choose and actively create ourselves and our reality to be of the plane we wish to traverse to and exist in as a natural part of the harmonious whole of that plane.

If we actively participate in pain and suffering that results from a selfish attitude that’s greedy and power hungry, then we condemn ourselves to ultimate forms of self-destruction where we repeat unconscious cycles of cause and effect where lifetime after lifetime we suffer the consequences of our preceding actions and lifetimes. If however, we wake up from our unconscious state and realize the true nature of things and the workings of universal laws, we can actively use the laws of the higher planes to transform ourselves while still in the lower planes. We can realize that our body and material existence is not “who we are” as a soul, but serves merely as a vehicle to create within the material world by providing us with the physical apparatus necessary to actively create as a part of the reality of this plane. By realizing the true creative ability of our soul and our mind as the vehicle of our soul, we can tune ourselves mentally and emotionally to the reality of a higher plane and transcend this dimension when we shed and depart from the body.

The Process of Soul-Ascension

The transmigration of the soul is a gradual process of moving between parallel planes of a larger spectrum, represented by the 7 heavenly spheres, the 7 steps to heaven, and the 7 energy centers of the subtle body. This process of transcendence follows the same principles of the musical scale of sound and the color spectrum of light as a progression that builds upon itself until it peaks as an octave that crosses over a threshold where the entire progression as an accumulation moves into the next higher octave where it becomes the lowest note of the next higher scale. The number 7 is represented by a chariot that’s driven by a priest-king and pulled by 2 sphinx’s or horses that are of an opposite and complementary nature, and symbolizes active use of the “will” to direct the forces of the material plane by working with the complementary aspects of the mind (subconscious and self-conscious).

It’s only by progressing to the highest level of this plane as harmonizing the 7 interlaced aspects of ourselves that we come within range of the next higher frequency range and can be spontaneously “drawn into it” through resonance. We have to use our will as the master of our body and passions to actively tune ourselves to a higher vibration of a virtuous, selfless and universal nature while still fully submerged within this plane in order to transcend it in mind and spirit. Developing our soul to a higher level of being is the only way out, because it’s what’s acting to create the reality that it exists in and uses to create itself out of as an essential part of its own creation. The material world as we know it (perceive it) is a mental construct of the universal mind being played out harmoniously on several different levels and scales at the same time. Our perception of reality is formed by how our individual mind (soul) enters into relationship with the collective unconscious of the world mind and creates a joint-experience of a shared-reality while in a predominately unconscious state.  

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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“13” – The Principle of Death, Regeneration, and Birth

There’s probably no number or idea that has been consistently misinterpreted to instill fear as a misunderstanding of the principle involved than this one. Yet by examining the occult meaning of this number we can gain a new understanding of the universal law it represents as the means of liberation for the human soul. The principle of death is called “Nun” and represents “motion” and its primary function is to walk, travel, depart, pass away, whirl, and to sail away or travel through water. The process of the soul’s transition at death is often depicted as traveling on a boat through water moving from one shore to another.

Movement produces life giving change and is the means for transformation as modifications that produce variations as a growth process. It’s represented by the symbol of the “fish” as the “Vesica Piscis” or “womb of the universe” out of which all things are born, and by the serpent, which is both the redeemer and the messiah. The fish and serpent (ligand and yoni) symbols are paramount to the doctrines of resurrection and reincarnation. Christ was represented by the symbol of the fish. Death is also symbolized by the sideways 8, the sign of infinity, and represents the “twin phases of life” as cyclical elastic movement between higher and lower planes. Only through death of the old can we be reborn in a higher form.

Sacred Geometry and the Principles of the Tarot

 All numbers provide us with a form of code as the laws involved in any process as a formula for how to work with it consciously. 1 + 3 = 4, as we withdraw attention (key 1) from an idea, it “frees up” the energy being used to give it life, making it available for directing into something else. As we direct the free energy as our attention into something else and develop it internally in our imagination (Key 3), we give life to the new idea and a form of transformation takes place. When we change our thoughts and what we give our energy to, we change what manifests as a result (Key 4). When we change the groundwork out of which we build our reality, the reality itself changes as a direct correspondence.

13 = “regenerative power” as fertility, fecundity, and productiveness that sprouts and grows new ideas as both internal and external realities. When we act to change a “cause” (mental awareness) we change the “effect” in exact proportion and equal measure. Whatever the nature of our most intimate thoughts always produce an equivalent outer reality. As we concentrate on an idea we bring it to life in our imagination and develop it into a detail scenario by shaping and defining it with specific attributes and qualities. As we develop ideas in our imagination by continuing to think about them we shape them into “internal representations” that serve as a metaphorical template that we look through in order to perceive the same type of ideas in our outer environment.

When we remove our attention from an idea and no longer act to give it life inside of us, it passes from our awareness freeing up our attention to be directed into something new. As we infuse a new idea with that same energy we adapt it to our current model to produce a new thought that gestates in our imagination until we eventually birth it as a new experience of reality. This principle is represented by a “swirling motion” (vibration) as a wheel or circular movement that symbolizes the life-cycle of an idea. Once an idea is manifest and its expression exhausted, a cycle is complete, and it lays the groundwork necessary for a new one to emerge in its place as a growth process of continuous transformation and regeneration.

13 is represented by the water element and is oriented in the south-west direction (of Metatron’s cube), and is often symbolized as a river and a boat sailing on the river as a means of crossing over from one side to the other. Water is symbolic of the “Mother substance” of life and is the ultimate symbol of transformation. It’s the Astral Light of the formative plane that’s elastic and fluid-like and is what shapes the etheric body as the blueprint for all living forms. Water rises from the sea (universal source) to become clouds that move across the landscape descending as rain, forming lakes and rivers that then flow back to the sea from whence it came. Life is a continuous process of transformation from one state to another, where we expand and express, then retract and process, then repeat the process indefinitely.

13 is associated with the zodiac sign of Scorpio, which is a water sign, and is exalted in Uranus (higher Soul), and governs the sex organs associated with reproduction and regeneration, and is connected with the 8th house of death. Scorpio is symbolic of transformation as 3 phases or states that form 1 evolutionary cycle. These 3 phases of development are represented by a scorpion while in its lowest phase of development, a serpent in its middle phase, and the eagle in its highest phase. 13 comes as the completion of 11 (karma), the fulfillment of 12 (self-sacrifice of initiation), and the undulation of 14 (creating a new vibration). The serpent represents the male energy, and the fish represents the yoni as the womb through which we give birth.

The mode of intelligence represented by 13 is “imaginative intelligence” (3) and reveals that all causation is mental in nature (1), and is birthed, transformed, and evolved into new forms through the faculty of the imagination (Key 3) to produce an equivalent physical manifestation (Key 4) as its offspring. All change comes by evolving ideas in the imagination to form new variations, or by birthing new ideas in place of old ones. We change ourselves by changing the thoughts and memories we use as the means of shaping ourselves. All personal change comes as a change in mental imagery. If you change the mental image the external form will change accordingly.

When the forces of change are misunderstood by the very mind that’s designed to direct them, they tend to cause fear. These forces of Nature are connected with reproduction and by right use of the imagination may be tamed and transformed so they can be utilized for the prolongation of life. Through understanding and correct use of the laws involved we can consciously direct the forces of change in overcoming death. In order for the correct understanding to be achieved, fear of death and dying must be overcome through right knowledge and the proper interpretation of physical dissolution. It’s not the soul that dies with the body, but only the identity formed in association with the personality of the body. The etheric body used to construct and operate the physical body of the personality dies with the body, while the soul ascends to a parallel plane. The human soul is in a constant state of growth and development as a means of self-creation and considers the confinement of a mundane life within an animal body to be true death. When the body dies the soul that inhabits it and gives it life is set free.

The skeleton is the image associated with 13 and is considered the physical organ of the soul’s essence (marrow). The skeleton of the body is necessary for movement and change from one place to another and transformation. It’s the framework that supports the whole body of physical existence. The soul’s essence, so to speak, resides in the bone marrow and is what produces the blood cells that nourish all other organs and systems of the body. Our blood chemistry is formed as an expression of our soul’s mental state, perceptions, and memory. As we create experiences and form reactions to our own thoughts, we’re constantly transforming the chemistry of our body to be of the same nature. What we consider the “veil” or mask that lies between life and death is perpetuated through change, transformation, and the soul’s passage from lower to higher planes as an continuous flow of consciousness.

The word “Nun” has growth and development for its basic meaning, symbolizing perpetuity as a continuous evolutionary process. In Biblical texts, Joshua was the son of Nun, and the great hero that Jesus was named after. Jesus was known as having 12 disciples (archetypes of zodiac) and was the 13th as the highest level of mastery that integrated them all in a harmonious state of self-perfection. In the 49th (4+9=13) chapter of Genesis (genes of Isis), Jacob is referred to as the “blessing” and described as the fruitful bough by the well whose branches run over the wall. It takes 49 days for the pineal gland (seat of the soul) to fully develop in the fetus, which governs the sexual organs of regeneration and is the means for accessing the “well of divine knowledge” of the higher dimensions from which the soul originates. It takes at least 49 days for the soul to be reborn in another body. In the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the transition through the “death phase” of life takes 49 days to complete.

The number 7 represents a complete unit of light as well as a complete cycle necessary (7 x 7 = 49 = 13 = 4) as the means of transmigrating into a new physical body. The entire cosmic order that’s written in the stars has liberation as its basis. It always tends towards freedom of the soul from the confinement of a single personality. The most common ideal shared by all humans as a basic motivation is freedom. As we adopt an “ideal” it becomes the object of our worship and we strive to become it. Jesus represented the “ideal man” and demonstrated the path of liberation as purifying and perfecting ourselves by employing virtuous qualities as the means of creating our self. All universal wisdom reveals that the entire cosmic order is designed as a dynamic process of creative freedom. Those who develop themselves to be virtuous in nature work to liberate their own soul while also serving the greater good of all mankind. As our soul ascends to higher dimensions by way of our deeds we blaze the pathway for others to follow.

There isn’t any force in the universe that’s hostile towards man or that acts to produce insurmountable obstacles to our freedom. All universal laws, when properly understood, provide the intelligence necessary for liberating ourselves from the ignorance of our own conditioning. Fear inhibits our ability to understand and causes us to imprison our soul in illusions of our own making. We only truly love what we understand, and understanding casts out all fear. It’s only through love that all higher knowledge is revealed to us. Through a deeper understanding of the law of death, comes freedom from the fear of death. Death is what allows the passing away of old ideas allowing new ones to be born in their place, and is the instrument of growth and development as a continuous evolutionary process of becoming our highest potential.

Psychological Application

Psychologically the emphasis is on the will and our ability to choose what we focus on and dwell in mentally and emotionally. Whatever we imagine in vivid sensory detail and concentrate on we impregnate ourselves with. As we change the ideas we use to shape and define ourselves, our old conception dies allowing us to form a new one in its place, and we grow ourselves accordingly. As our body constantly undergoes a natural process of death and regeneration, we’re programming our new cells with our thoughts and perceptions. Every few years we have a completely new body. Even our skeleton completely regenerates every 7 years. With the passing away of old cells a new generation of cells are formed to take their place. In the nucleus of every cell is implanted a subconscious response to your new patterns that provide the impulse to realize a new thought in the body’s structure and how it functions. Any cells that don’t die naturally and continue to grow and multiply instead, becomes a cancer that eventually kills the whole system. Death is a necessary part of life.

Through the realization of Key 12 (the Initiate) as surrendering your lower self to a higher ideal, your personality dies and a complete transformation takes place. In reality we die daily and are constantly deciding, although usually without awareness, what is born in its place. As we go to sleep every night we die to the day that’s ending and are resurrected every morning to begin a new day. Through the natural process of cell death, all of our old motives, petty ambitions, foolish opinions and prejudices gradually die out and their memory eliminated in the normal course of physical repair and rejuvenation. Little by little through a gradual process of transformation there’s a complete adjustment of one’s personal conceptions and the values we use to give life its meaning.

As we change our perspective (Key 12) from a personal one to a more universal one, the change can be so drastic that mystics the world over have come to refer to it as the “death of the self”. It’s by death and regeneration of the body cells that patterns created in the imagination become fixed in personal consciousness. Whatever consciousness we cultivate by way of imagined thoughts are literally embedded in our flesh. Our soul’s consciousness determines our health and nature of our physical existence. We know scientifically that our genes are programmed by our perceptions and our physical world is the manifestation of our soul’s consciousness. The key to creating within the material world lies in our ability to program our own subconscious mind.

Our subconscious is the unified mind that we share with all of humanity and the natural world. Our subconscious is constantly influencing the subconscious everyone and everything around us. As we telepathically influence the mind of everyone around us, they in turn act to program their own DNA so that everything forms a unified reality in a consistent and harmonious manner.  Memory as patterns of information imprinted in the astral light of the collective unconscious is what forms all physical structures and natural behaviors. By reforming our memory, we reform our mental and physical structure in a corresponding manner. Whatever we sow, we also reap. We experience every part and perspective of a much larger group dynamic. Every life time we play a different role in the same idea and develop ourselves accordingly. Death is the reaper where we turn the tables and experience life from a new perspective.

Interpreting the Numbers

In Sacred Geometry, which is the main mathematical system of the sacred sciences, all ideas formed as a well-defined sensory reality in the imagination produce an equivalent (and opposite) material manifestation. All numbers are a kind of code as a formula of the laws operating in a situation that provide us with the means for being able to work with it consciously. The formula is the intuitive basis for understanding the operation and process of creation that’s involved. We can only utilize intelligently what we understand practically. All conscious creation comes through practical use of universal laws.

1 + 3 = 4 – This code shows us the primary laws involved that are necessary for us to utilize in order to create in a conscious and intentional manner. 1 = Monad as the “mind” exists as a mental paradigm and has the ability to select an complementary idea that it then projects into the imagination of the subconscious where it’s concentrated on and developed into a coherent physical form. 3 = Triad as the imagination, which is the faculty of the mind used to develop an idea inwardly as a thought that becomes the etheric (shaped out of light-essence) template for projecting outwardly to form a corresponding physical manifestation. 4 = Tetrad, the number that represents material reality is produced as a “reflection” of the internal idea that becomes the “lens” through which we perceive that same idea as an outer reality. Both the inner and outer material world is the manifestation of the soul’s consciousness on multiple scales and planes simultaneously.

The same process that’s used to reshape reality as a correspondence to existing memory is also used to transform it. All memory is created by imagining a situation internally as a representation (personal interpretation) of an event, which becomes a kind of metaphorical theme that’s then replayed in the imagination over and over as a primary form of programming ourselves to consistently produce more realities of the same nature. All memory that’s continuously focused on and relived in the mind’s eye forms the perceptual lens that we use as the means of interpreting (organizing) all current events to be of the same nature and meaning as past events.

We use memory as the means of creating our self and our reality to be of the same metaphorical pattern. We transform our self and our life by working directly on our memories to adjust them by introducing new information that alters their pattern into a new configuration for producing a new version of reality as an experience. As we change our perspective our perception of reality changes accordingly. In order to grow and transform ourselves, we have to give up our story about things formed by continuing to live in the past and instead work creatively to form a new one. As we begin telling a new story we change our self as the author and main character of our own story and embody new qualities that form a new image of our self and a new way of life results. It’s only by mastering death that we learn how to truly live and create.

Death is a transformation of the soul that moves from one idea to another, as well as from one plane to another. If we fail to let ideas die in order to create something new in its place, we fail to grow. As we fail to grow we fail to thrive and it causes death for the soul. Change is necessary for growth, just as death of the cells is necessary for regeneration of new cells as a means of living. Death is the foundation of life which exists in a constant movement of birthing, maturing and transforming ideas as the means of creating new experiences of reality as a natural process of growth and development into higher states of being. Fear of death comes when we mistake our soul for being the temporary manifestation of the body instead of the consciousness that’s causing and producing it.

As we surrender the lower self and personality of the body to be a vehicle and instrument of the higher soul (12), we allow the old image of ourselves to die, and form a new one as an “ideal” in its place. We form an idea about ourselves that require us to strive and stretch in order to become it. As we transform our identity by reorienting ourselves to a new perspective of a higher nature, we alter the pattern being used and alter our vibratory frequency as a result (14). By changing the internal pattern and vibrating a new frequency, we change the outer world of appearances to become a correspondence to the new internal representation being used to experience it, and we reprogram the new cells of our body being generated to express in a new way. The mind always acts to shape the body to be a direct reflection and expression of it.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Realizing your True Self and Transcending the False Ego of your Past

One of the most fundamental spiritual errors we make in life is in believing that we are the personality of our body and conditioning. As a human soul born into an animal body, we acquire the physical characteristics and ancestral memory that’s inherent in our genes. Our genetic makeup bestows us with the basic tendencies that are then developed by our family dynamics (those who share the same tendencies) as our formative conditioning that serves to birth our initial identity (ego). Through our formative conditioning we form a story about our self that becomes our life theme. As we grow into adults we take over the process of continuing to condition ourselves by living out of the same story. We usually do this without ever realizing that the only reason it holds true for us is because we continue to live our life as though it’s true. Many people (actually most), firmly believe that they “are” their personality as they were shaped by others and society, and have no real ability to change themselves. They live their entire life without ever realizing that they’re actually the “story-teller” and one that’s producing the reality of their story, rather than a mere consequence of the story itself.

As we come into this life and our soul acquires the qualities of our genetic makeup, we’re initially shaped by others and outside forces to strengthen and develop certain qualities while others remain latent and underutilized. We exist as children in a predominately unconscious state (of hypnosis) where we readily take in and internalize whatever consciousness is actively being expressed and demonstrated all around us. Whatever dynamics we’re apart of as a family structure, we become programmed with, and they serve to form the foundation for the story we begin telling ourselves as a means of making sense of things as we begin developing our conscious mind (between 8 and 21 years).

Our personality is formed from an unconscious state as a form of hypnotic programming that lays the foundation as a life theme for our identity to spontaneously emerge through our conscious development. As we begin thinking for ourselves and forming our own ideas about things (somewhere around puberty) we take over our own unconscious programming as our internal dialogue and the perceptual filters that we use for producing all of our experiences. We take over where our family left off, and our parent’s voice becomes our own internal voice and the means through which we interpret things to give them meaning through the story we begin telling ourselves about them. Our conditioning forms the basis for all of our initial internal dialogue as our means of thinking and processing information to form a consistent experience of our self, others, and the world around us. Out of this initial story-line as a life theme we consciously begin developing our identity by the roles we naturally take on and play through the relationship we form with the outer world and our life circumstances.   

All of our primary memories are formed from significant emotional events in our life that had a strong impact of some kind that altered us in some way. The emotional impact came at a time when we couldn’t rationalize it in an objective manner, and so we processed the experience internally by making it all about us. As a child we perceive ourselves as being one with our family unit and haven’t yet developed the mental capacity to see ourselves as sovereign individuals. Whatever we hear being said about us by others around us we accept as being true without questioning it, and form beliefs about our self as a result. Through a basic form of hypnotic suggestion we’re given (subliminally programmed with) the same values, attitudes, perspectives, beliefs, emotional states, and behavioral dynamics as our family unit. We always shape ourselves to be just like our family, or what we imagine to be the opposite (relate or contrast), but either way, we still form ourselves by way of our family.

As we grow older we fall into a very specific and pronounced role within that dynamic and we begin developing ourselves based on what we’ve been taught to believe about ourselves and the way things are. Whatever other people say about us when we’re a child acts as a creative directive (hypnotic suggestion) for our subconscious to produce as a reality. The beliefs we form about ourselves as a child become our “core beliefs” out of which we form all of our other beliefs as a correlation, and ultimately becomes a form of “self-fulfilling prophecy”. What we call our soul’s “destiny” is usually the result of our conditioning as our “false identity”.

By the time our conscious and self-aware mind develops fully (around 21 to 28 years old), where we develop the powers of reasoning, discernment, and the ability to logically analyze things, and we separate emotionally from our parents and begin seeing our self as an individual, we’re already programmed and take over the process of conditioning (creating) ourselves by continuing to live out of our past. We continue to see ourselves and process our experiences as we’ve been taught to through our conditioning, and the voice of those who judged and criticized us becomes our own internal voice that we continue playing over and over in our mind.

How we Shape Ourselves

We all have a tendency to only live out of a handful of memories that we use as the means of constructing our story about ourselves and our life. These are the memories that had the greatest impact on us, and that we use in a continuous fashion to shape ourselves accordingly. There are many other memories that we could use that would contradict our story, or tell a different type of story altogether, but we choose to ignore and exclude those, and often, over time, forget them completely. This natural ability to select the memories that we use to build our life story out of is a demonstration of our soul’s true ability to create itself, but of course we usually fail completely to realize “how” our mind is operating to “create”, and focus instead on the conditioned content as what we’ve been taught to think and feel. We don’t know how to recognize the laws by which our mind works to create an image of ourselves “as” a certain type of person, and believe instead in the illusion of our own making.

My own experience of this as a realization came from a basic form of inner guidance that called me on my own story about things. One of the feelings I always had as a kid was that nobody knew me as I really am, and judged me instead to be the same as my family, which I was nothing like in the most basic sense. As a young adult I moved to a town where nobody knew me or my family, and as I was getting ready to walk through the doors of a restaurant I was working at, it seemed like a kind of metaphor for walking into a new reality, and a voice inside said . . . okay Linda, you’re always saying that people don’t know you for who you really are, so who are you? The only thing that people are going to know about you here is what you choose to tell them. No one knows anything about your past or what you’ve been through. And I decided at that point that I wasn’t going to talk about my past or my family.

What I immediately noticed is how people looked at me and how they treated me based on being myself. I felt a kind of heaviness had been lifted from me, and a strange, newfound freedom. Like I was standing in front of a blank canvas and deciding what I was going to create. I had a blank piece of paper where I could write whatever story I wanted to. As a result of never talking about my past and deciding I was going to create myself in a conscious manner, I began forgetting about the past and over time thought about it less and less. As I no longer chose to dwell in memories of the past, I began feeling different about myself and my life. My personal growth during this time was phenomenal and I slowly began transforming myself into a completely new type of person. The person I consciously decided to be.

Many years later, when I finally opened up and talked briefly about my childhood and what I went through growing up, people that knew me were shocked. They had no idea and thought I had come from a well-to-do family, had an extensive education, and was nurtured as a child by loving parents. As time went on, many years later, when I would talk about the crazy stuff we did as kids (I had 3 older brothers), instead of talking about it as abuse and tragedy, I decided I was going to embody the outlook and attitude of two of my favorite fictional characters, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, and I re-told the stories of my past in a humorous and adventurous way. All of my stories about running away, hoping trains to who knows where, and living in forts on the streets became exciting adventures of exploration and freedom. I retold the exact same experiences from and entirely different perspective, and as a result changed the memories themselves in terms of how I “experienced” them and how I felt about myself as a result. I literally recreated myself using the same memories as life events while experiencing them in a whole new way. This was my first lesson in the art of self-transformation.

Now, as a fully mature person who has lived many lives in the course of this life and personality, I hardly ever talk about my past or myself in the general sense, and instead practice being present, talk about ideas and what my life is about currently. I’ve grown so much in terms of my ability to create myself intentionally that I don’t even relate to the little girl in my memories anymore. Many people see me as mysterious and a bit hard to get to know, without realizing that it’s because I no longer choose to live from my unconscious conditioning of the past, and instead identify with my true self as a universal being that’s the “storyteller” and the one creating the reality rather than the hypnotized personality still living out of the past and how I was shaped by others.

To wake-up in life isn’t to “heal from the past” by going through years of therapy where you “work through the issues of your past”, which usually only causes you to become even more identified with your past and the need to tell about “what happened to you” as a means of explaining why you’re the way you are. It comes instead through realizing who you really are as a soul and identifying instead with being the one who’s doing the creating by way of the story you keep telling yourself and others, often referred to as “your truth”. It’s detaching from your own past memories formed as a child when you had no real self-awareness and assuming the position of being the one who’s creating an image of yourself and producing the reality of your life “as” that story. You decide that you no longer need to keep telling that story as an expression of who you are, and you let go of it as a result. You no longer present yourself through the stories of your past and realize instead that you can create in the present whatever experience of yourself you want to by simply choosing to operate your own mind and imagination in an intentional manner.

What we think of as our “self” is formed out of memories. Our memories only remain alive if we continue to give them life in the present by constantly reliving them in our imagination. To change the self, you have to change the memories that serve to form it. All memories are actually something we create by how we interpret the events of our life out of whatever emotional state we were in at the time. By constantly reliving the memories over and over keeps us locked into the same emotional states. Whatever memory we play out and the emotion it keeps us infused with forms all of our natural perceptions, behaviors, and activities. You don’t change a memory by reinterpreting it to give it new meaning, but by “experiencing” the same event from a different perspective and attitude that causes you to “feel different” and elicits a different emotion in response to it. We evolve and transform ourselves by re-imagining our life experiences. All will to create lies in masterful use of your own imagination.

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

Learning how to Understand the Illusory Nature of Reality

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 frequency.

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

Each 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.

A wave-form 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 and DNA

This same 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.

Once we 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 conditioning.

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.

Summary

All reality 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.

All 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.

All individual 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”.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

The Holographic Principle – Our Etheric Blueprint and the Nature of Memory

All of what we call “universal principles” operate as a coherent creative process that creates on multiple scales and planes simultaneously to form what we perceive as a unified reality. One principle lays the foundation for another principle to spontaneously arise out of it as a natural growth process. A hologram is formed by taking a single beam of concentrated light and splitting it in two, and using mirrors to reflect one beam through an image where it makes an energetic impression of the image, while the other beam remains a pure light source and is reflected back into the impression of the image, forming an interference pattern out of which a three dimensional form arises. A hologram as a etheric (light essence) form is birthed through what’s called the “Vesica Piscis” or Dyad (womb of the universe) in Sacred Geometry, which is what’s called an interference pattern in quantum physics.

The One (unformed) divides and projects itself to become two (aspects of the same mind) in order to create an image (memory) of itself as a physical being. The image of itself is created in the imagination of the subconscious (inwardly) and is then “witnessed” by the complementary aspect of the conscious mind of outer awareness, and together form what appears as a single reality. The inner image acts as a kind of metaphor for producing the outer reality as a thematic pattern of a similar, yet more inclusive and complex nature. What we imagine as an “internal representation” (self-created memory) becomes the symbolic, archetypal template we use for perceiving the same idea outside of us as our personalized experience of reality. Reality itself is produced as a vibratory frequency (range of vibration) that organizes light-essence into dynamic variations of the same basic pattern.

Energetically the inner and outer are a part of a continuous “field of organized information” viewed from two perspectives simultaneously, and modified into new variations through a dynamic process of adaptation. The part (individual) contains and is constructed out of the same information as the whole. All universal ideas originate as archetypes that are symbolic metaphors that form general themes, and lend themselves to be drawn into the mind of the individual, where they’re adapted to their paradigm and modified to intuitively fit into their personal reality in a logical and meaningful way. As a higher soul, we’re always taking universal ideas as archetypes and using them to produce a personalized version that holds true to the same basic idea as a theme for creating both our inner and outer experience of reality.

We tend to mistakenly interpret universal ideas as being literal and specific in terms of the personal version created, when in fact the universal idea exists in a “potential state” as a symbolic idea out of which an infinite number of variations can be created through a continuous process of adaptation and modification by the individual mind. We’re always borrowing universal ideas as dynamic themes in order to create at the individual level. Whatever ideas we adopt, we mold in our mind to be of the same nature and likeness as we are (metaphorical pattern), and use them as the means of experiencing our self through the perception of reality we create out of them.  We become one with the idea in mind and spirit and shape ourselves energetically by way of the reality as a subjective experience it provides us with. Whatever becomes a natural part of our outer perception has been successfully integrated into our mental paradigm as an essential part of us.

What we think of as a holographic image or reality is naturally formed in our imagination through our minds ability to take an archetypal idea as a generalized pattern and shape astral light as energetic essence into the form of the idea by how we interpret it. Just as an artist takes a generalized idea and creates a new interpretation that changes how it appears through the process of self-expression, we’re always taking universal ideas and using them in new ways by adapting them to our personal model and everyday life, utilizing them as the means for creating our self and our life. 

Once an idea is formed into an internal representation as a form of working concept necessary to understand it, and it’s developed further by defining it with sensory detail, it becomes a form of transparent template (perceptual lens) we “look through” in order to perceive that same idea outside of us as an inherent part of our reality. We experience it both as an inner thought form and an outer reality of the same nature, and as a result, it becomes a form of “memory”. A memory acts as a kind of metaphorical idea and thematic pattern that becomes an essential part of our energetic makeup that serves to form our perceptual lens.

Memories aren’t factual or objective in nature as a literal account of something, as many believe, but are formed in the same manner described above. Memories are formed by how we “interpret” an actual event to give it meaning that shapes the story we tell ourselves about it as our means of “experiencing it”, which we then form into a memory of it. We “reorganize” the elements of the event itself through our interpretation of it that turns it into a personal creation as a form of theme. Once formed, we continue to use memories as the means of creating our experiences by continuing to replay them over and over in our mind’s eye and using them as the means for interpreting current ideas to mean the same thing as past ideas. In this way our life takes on a general theme as our life story where we create all of our experiences out of the same handful of memories.  

Our soul’s constitution is comprised of memory that forms our character and the basis for the etheric infrastructure (frequency) that organizes the inner and outer to be of the same nature as a metaphor that’s played out on a larger scale as a life-theme. Our character determines the type of story we act to naturally tell by how we live our life. Reality is formed as a material manifestation of our soul’s essence (organized information) as the reconstitution of our soul’s basic character, which undergoes a constant form of evolution by how it adapts to new conditions and circumstances forming new variations of itself as analogies. The same idea is played out in a multitude of ways based on how it’s applied and systematically adapted to what it’s being applied to, and thereby modified to produce a new variation of the same fundamental idea.

Memory can be thought of as an energetic blueprint that’s comprised of a dynamic mesh held together by etheric stresses that serve to form a etheric-double as the means for structuring our outer reality to correspond symbolically to our inner reality. The inner sets the vibratory frequency for ordering the outer to be of the same nature. We use internal representations as the means for navigating our outer reality. In order to change the outer, we have to work on ourselves to change our inner representation that’s being used to organize and form it. All reality only exists as our perception of it. All perception is born out of our mental paradigm, which is formed out of accumulated and fully integrated experiences as memory. Because all experiences are produced out of the same basic group of memories as variations, and are integrated to form a single and coherent model, our soul’s memory is formed as a singularity.  

In order to change our reality we have to change our “self”, because both arise out of the same memory. In order to reform material reality we have to reform the energetic blueprint being used to shape and animate it. All physical transformation comes by modifying the memory being used as the means for creating it. We modify our etheric double (lower soul) by working on our self to alter and upgrade our memories. Just as we created all of our initial memories by how we imagined them, we can transform them by reimagining them to create new ways of experiencing the same idea. Naturally, we do this by utilizing the same faculties of the mind we used to create the memories in the first place. We reprogram our subconscious with new memories fashioned in our imagination and replayed numerous times until they become established and can be recalled instantly in place of the old ones.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

The True Nature of the Soul’s DNA and Bloodline as Evolutionary Self-Design

       Unfortunately so many of us have been virtually detached from our true origins as spiritual beings and taught to think of life from a purely material and very limited perspective, and so we don’t realize the true nature of our own genetic makeup. Many believe our genes only determine our physical characteristics and what type of predisposition for illness and disease we’re prone to, and that our genetic sequencing is set in stone, and immutable as a result. But of course we now know scientifically that this isn’t the case at all, and that the 90 – 98% of our genetic code that we used to think was “junk”, which simply means we had no idea of what it was being used for, is actually a form of bio-quantum-computer that stores “all” memory of our perceptions created by our soul as self-produced experiences.

      If we look closely at things while keeping in mind the most basic universal law of all, the “parental law of the Triad”, we know that all of life as we know it exists as “combinations” of complementary opposites that together produce a unique version as their offspring. Our DNA, like the soul itself, acts as a “medium” between the energetic and material realm of consciousness that orders and constructs the body, and is comprised of both etheric and material components as the soul entering into relationship with the bloodline of its own creation. Our DNA contains the genetic memory of our ancestors as not only physical attributes, but also their “experiences” and the dynamics their consciousness acts naturally to produce that becomes an inherent part of our psychological makeup and forms the “mental model” out of which we perceive and create more life experiences of a similar nature.

       Our soul is attracted to (resonates with) the bloodline as the genetic predisposition of the same type of ancestral memory that’s “complementary” to it in nature. The memories and behavioral dynamics inherent in the family unit (genes) set the foundation as the formative conditioning necessary for the soul to create more experiences of itself that are of the same nature as the basis for continuing its conscious evolution through time. DNA is programmed with memory that’s produced as unique combinations of qualities and traits from both parents to form a new variation of both. By way of the same principle, the soul, which is comprised of memory, forms union with DNA through sympathetic resonance (induction) as containing memory of the same nature and type, and together form a new variation of similar, yet unique perceptions that it uses to diversify and evolve itself.

      The soul is formed originally through a genetic bloodline (birthed into physical existence) that it becomes one with energetically and uses as the basis for creating itself through the perceptions and emotional states it forms, which become the means for interpreting life events in order to experience itself through and as them. It participates in creating and initiating the memory that’s infused in the genes themselves, and is not only an essential part of the bloodline, but makes up what we refer to at a future point as the “ancestral memory” inherent in the genes themselves. This is part of the reason people feel confused as to the difference between ancestral memory and the souls personal memory, because they’re the same thing produced by the soul at different points in time as an evolutionary process of growth and development through different times, personalities, cultures, conditions, and life circumstances.

 Memory – Universal and Personal

       Confusion tends to be further compounded by the fact that we often don’t really understand what memory is, how it’s produced, and how it’s integrated and stored. The entire physical world and everything in it doesn’t exists as a fixed idea that’s common to everyone, as we have a tendency to think, but comes as a rich and dynamic form of metaphor. Ideas exist as a form of “universal theme” that’s drawn into the mind of the individual and transformed in the imagination to produce a unique and personalized version of the idea as the means of creating with it. Once the idea is modified to create as a specific object, being, or situation, it forms what becomes our soul’s memory as a “person” located within a specific point in time, with a specific personality and identity. Once a personalized version of a universal idea is created as an “experience”, it’s then transformed back into its universal status as a metaphor by the soul (which is universal in nature). In this way all memory produced by the soul of itself while in physical form can easily be applied to create in any number of personalities, locations, and circumstances to create endless variations of the same kind of idea.

      For example, the love of a dog, while expressed and experienced with that specific one while in a specific point in time, is absorbed by the soul as a memory that becomes applied to a love for dogs in general, producing an intimate connection with dogs in general. The memory isn’t retained in its personalized form, but in its universal form, which is metaphorical in nature as a feeling we have towards dogs that creates what we call a “predisposition and tendency”. As the soul evolves through new bodies and personalities, it continues to feel a connection with dogs, and maybe even have favorite breeds that it feels a more pronounced connection to as a vague sense of previous relationships.

       The soul is not specific to the personality of a particular body, but is developed in a way where it expresses in a similar way through a whole series of bodies and personalities through “shared memory”. Memory is not produced and stored as a whole bunch of single memories that seem somehow independent of each other, but as a unified structure that forms our “mental paradigm”. As we create our experiences, they’re naturally integrated into our mental model. All experiences are produced by our paradigm as our perceptual lens and filtering system used as the means of interpreting all the events of our life to give them a similar meaning. The meaning we give things is the unifying factor as a universal theme that shapes our experience of reality. As we produce and then integrate new types of experience as a means of diversifying, we modify and upgrade our paradigm to form a singularity.

       Every aspect of our mental paradigm is congruent with all other aspects and act together to naturally support and validate each other to form a larger whole as a consistent version of reality. Through this same principle the DNA of our body is constantly being upgraded and evolved through our soul’s consciousness. Our soul’s memory is constantly being produced by our paradigm as a fully integrated series of dynamic experiences that are all self-produced and vary to some degree as the means of incorporating new information necessary to evolve our paradigm in different ways by forming new combinations as a new relationship with our “self” in everything else.

The Relationship between the Etheric and Material

       DNA, which helps makeup the very cells of our body, is a combination of etheric and physical, crystalline-like substance that acts as a tuner, receiver, and transducer for intelligence of various sorts. Its etheric nature is what absorbs, integrates, and mutates to produce new forms of physical expression and manifestations. The etheric body is what forms the energetic matrix used to order, organize, and hold together the body as a “grid of energetic stresses”. This is demonstrated in DNA as what they now call the “phantom effect”, which is an electromagnetic, morphogenetic field of energy that emanates from the DNA and acts to “inform and organize” the energy around it into the same pattern. The etheric body as the invisible field of organized information that accompanies and determines physical form is what we refer to as the mind or soul, and not only acts to structure the body out of memory, but also the entire space surrounding the body. Our mind forms our perception of everything around us as well as our internal perception of our “self”, to form a singularity of complementary opposites.

       Our DNA, which acts as the medium between the energetic and material, is constantly being programmed and transformed by everything around it that’s of the same frequency or pattern through the faculty of the subconscious. While we tend to view the visible and invisible as separate things, the fact is the invisible field of organized intelligence is what acts to magnetize, organize, hold together, and animate the visible, material component. The soul as the etheric body provides the energetic blueprint for constructing the body, and is simply of a different “density” than the body. The soul orders and organizes the body through “natural selection” (resonance) of DNA sequencing to produce a unique combination of a shared genetic makeup that’s a form of “conscious design” that makes the body an ideal vessel for the soul to inhabit and use to express through.

       In the ultimate sense, all of life exists as vibrations that organize “essence” as astral (star) light into biological life-forms that act as a vehicle for an infinite number of different levels, classes, and types of consciousness to use in order to create through and use as the means for evolving itself to greater levels of complexity. The light essence itself has no consciousness or life of its own outside of the soul that it’s an extension of. Our DNA and genetic makeup is infused with a certain type of memory as consciousness that acts to tune it to a certain frequency where it resonates with that same type of consciousness all around it, attracting, absorbing, and integrating it, and modifying its frequency (consciousness) as a result.

       The Etheric body is an invisible, fluid-like crystalline substance that evolves the consciousness of the body to be of the same nature as the soul. As the soul evolves itself by creating its own experiences, it simultaneously acts to evolve the memory programmed in the DNA itself as a family bloodline to be of the same consciousness. All of our offspring comes as a soul-group based on shared memory that forms the physical constitution to be an ideal vehicle for the soul to use in order to continue its evolutionary process of self-creation. Whatever energy we act to absorb and integrate through our perceptions influences our DNA into new relationships that alter it through constant regeneration of the body.

       Our soul, like energy itself, doesn’t use material pathways as starting from one point and ending at another one, but absorbs the same “signal” in every single cell of the body simultaneously. The cells of our body, while they may seem separate from one another, are actually produced from a single cell and genetic code that undergoes a constant process of specialization and regeneration. Our body’s initial formation, which is orchestrated by the soul as its regeneration into physical form, simply sets the basis for the soul to continue evolving it through the same act of evolving itself through new types of experiences. The same genetic information is constantly undergoing a form of evolution through the integration of new and diverse forms of experience produced by the soul as a means of “creating itself”. Memory doesn’t exist as a fixed form that never changes, but evolves through different levels of diverse complexity by how the soul expresses itself while in a physical form.

       This process of differentiation and specialization comes by turning off some parts of the same information as “pairs”, while turning other ones on to form new sequences that construct and operate as different parts of a singular whole. This is the same principle that the soul operates through as the means of creating itself through its own unique perceptions of what appears to be a greater whole of society and humanity. We have perceptual filters that only “see and use” certain parts of information that are inherent in the greater whole (outer reality) as a means of producing personalized patterns that function within the whole in a congruent and natural way. We’re all formed by the same “universal genetic code” that exists in all of Nature as the means of creating what we experience as a joint reality. We take a universal concept as the Earth’s soul and adapt and modify it to our individual soul in order to produce a unique version of the same overall idea.   

       So while we perceive ourselves as being different from everyone else, we’re actually all a part of the same universal nature or archetypes, formed into unique combinations through our soul’s will. While we all formed initially through the collective memory of the subconscious and genetic code of the earth plane, we grow and evolve ourselves in unique ways by what we resonate with and act to naturally absorb, integrate, and use to evolve ourselves to more complex forms of self-expression. The soul has the ability to self-create through self-realization, making new choices based on realizations, and willfully acting to create by breaking habitual patterns. As we employ new ways of being through active use of our will, we tune into new types of consciousness and cultivate ourselves by absorbing and integrating them. As we embody and express new ways of being, our perception of ourselves and everything else changes as a correlation.

       We only change the world by first acting on ourselves intentionally to change our inner world. As we change our inner self or mind, we not only produce new experiences and memories within our soul, but also act to evolve our own DNA, which is ultimately the same thing. As we evolve our DNA through new perceptions and the experiences they produce that become memory, we influence the genes of our entire bloodline as well as that of humanity as a whole. In this way the individual consciousness that undergoes transformation through self-awareness and utilizing its will to create, serves to evolve entire strains of genes and effects humanity as a whole. As we consciously evolve ourselves to higher and more diverse forms of consciousness, we simultaneously evolve our entire species through the memory created.

       Memory, which is purely a product of the relationship between the subconscious and self-conscious mind as the etheric body, is imprinted on the astral plane of the earth’s soul (outer atmosphere) where it’s available to be tuned into and absorbed by other minds of a similar nature. The group mind of the material plane usually doesn’t realize or intentionally utilize its ability to “draw down” consciousness from higher planes, and only acts to receive thought-forms of the material plane that have been formed by others. Because of this natural tendency it’s only a small handful of the most conscious souls that act to propagate the astral plane of the collective unconscious with new ideas that can be employed by those capable of acting as a receiver for them to use as the means of evolving themselves in the same manner.

       Whatever level and degree of consciousness we cultivate ourselves to, which in turn acts to alter our perception of the world, is constantly being transmitted throughout the earth’s plane where it’s picked up and received by others unconsciously as feelings and thoughts that come to them out of the blue (sky as atmosphere). As these thoughts pop into their mind out of thin air, they’re perceived as being their own thoughts, and they’re developed in a unique way by the individual when they continue to think about them. As an idea comes to us (we conceive it) and we concentrate on it by continuing to think about it (gestation), we adapt it to our paradigm, modifying it, and form it as a unique variation of the same idea. It becomes our offspring as a new combination formed by blending the idea with our existing ideas of the same nature.

       Our soul incarnates into a physical body whose genes and ancestral memory is comparable to ours (maybe even produced by us), and can readily be organized to produce specific traits and tendencies. This forms the basis for what we call karma as the continuation of past life experiences in a new body. Our mental paradigm as our soul’s essence that forms our inner nature as our personality sets the basis for a continued process of self-creation by expressing the same “issues and tendencies” to produce more of the same type of drama as our life experiences. As we wake-up and realize our true nature as a soul and our ability to create ourselves by how we use our mind to create our experiences, we begin acting on ourselves through awareness to grow and evolve ourselves to new and more diverse forms of expression.

       Our subconscious mind, which is equivalent to our DNA, both of which operate out of memory and by absorbing and integrating whatever consciousness it exists in relationship with, is the “means” through which we grow and evolve not only our own soul, but the group soul of humanity. All our experiences are formed naturally and automatically out of memory of some form, and our mental paradigm as our mind’s structure is also formed out of memory that’s integrated into a singular memory as a metaphorical theme. When we don’t realize our true ability to create ourselves in whatever manner we choose by how we create our internal experiences of ourselves, we often create in a haphazard manner by dwelling in the past as the means of creating in the present. When this happens we simply live out of karma and continue to create more of the same type of experiences over and over, without ever becoming aware of it.

      We can decide to be present, detach from the past and intentionally choose how we’re going to be in order to experience ourselves in new and more progressive ways. When we use our creative abilities to simply repeat the same experiences of the past, we fail to evolve in the most basic sense of the idea. Those who awaken and utilize their creative abilities, act to not only evolve their own soul, subconscious, and gene pool, but also act to propagate the astral field of the Earth’s plane with new memories as possibilities for creating that evolve whole sectors of humanity through the same activity. The soul and what we call reality are merely extensions of each other as a singularity.

       Once we fully grasp the significance and importance of this idea, we can begin appreciating the fact that the entire human race was created by combining different forms of DNA to produce a hybrid of a multiple and diverse nature. It sheds light on the true nature of our subconscious, self-conscious, and higher consciousness as being different aspects of our nature that contain different types of memory, all of which are complementary in nature. We can realize that in order to “wake-up” and become fully conscious is to “remember who we are”. It’s to actively choose to remember our higher nature and the true creative power we have in detaching from the group mind of the collective unconscious and begin deciding for ourselves who we’re going to be, and acting “on ourselves” to embody new qualities that serve to transform us to new and higher ways of being as a unique individual of our own making.

      Through self-realization we can resist the tendency to absorb and become a vessel for expressing the consciousness all around us as the group soul of humanity that ties us into its destiny as an unconscious being created by the will of others and as a replay of ancestral memory and family dynamics. We can choose to consciously tune ourselves instead to the memory of our higher nature as divine beings of a sovereign soul capable of leading the unconscious souls of the world by propagating the astral field with new memories as diverse ways of being that they draw on as a means of creating themselves to be like others and as a continued product of their past.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

  

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