The Monad and the Law of One – Duality as a Singularity

The most basic mistake we make in life comes from an ingrained belief in duality as a fundamental form of separation. We imagine that the world exists as fragmented, independent parts that coexist while having no direct relation or influence on each other. This is largely due to the fact that the unified reality as a singularity exists in a state of polarity as a dynamic interaction of complementary opposites. Duality as a primary illusion of separation is necessary as the means of creating “experiences” of our “self” in relationship to others and the entire natural world of which we are a fundamental part. What we call “reality” is only important in the sense that it sets the stage necessary for the soul to create experiences of itself “as” a specific type of person. Experiences are then interpreted to form memories that become the means of self-realization and consciously evolving itself to higher and more complex levels of consciousness.

The Monad and the Law of One

The Monad is what we can think of as the primary law out of which all other laws emerge systematically as a form of growth process. It’s symbolized in Sacred Geometry as a dot or circle in the center of a larger sphere (circle), and is the same symbol used to represent the sun. The central dot represents the consciousness that expands outward as a form of respiration to produce an outer atmosphere of the same nature and likeness. In terms of physics, we can view this model as representing the dual nature of light, which is the essence of matter, as being both a particle and a wave simultaneously. It operates in a similar manner to what we now call the “torus” as the electromagnetic field of the mind that envelops and permeates all physical organisms. This idea represents the nature of what we can think of as the spirit and soul, and the physical body it creates as the means of becoming located within the space-time continuum for a short period of time, where it first acts to create the outer reality that it then locates itself in by inhabiting and utilizing a material body.

The wave-sphere contains what we can think of as the universal-infinite mind as all possibilities for creation in their potential state. The wave of all possibilities is then collapsed around one possibility through what we can think of as a process of natural selection as resonance (intention for creating). The wave is then formed into a particle (physical body) that expresses briefly as one possibility within a unique set of circumstances. As the soul-mind conforms itself to the body, and the conditions and unique circumstances of the body, fashioning itself as a personality, it forms a relationship as a constant interaction with the light around it to organize it into a corresponding outer configuration of the same nature and level of consciousness. The core essence of the soul within a body is constantly expanding outward, and through a kind of filtering process reorganizes the light by activating what’s of the same qualities as it is, and neutralizing what ever’s not. It then absorbs only the active components through its magnetic aspect and draws them back into the center of its being where they’re integrated as the means of growing and evolving its mental paradigm.

The Dyad and the Law of Relationship

The Monad creates a state of duality by regenerating and multiplying itself as a mental projection of itself that’s perceived as another in order to be able to “experience itself” in relationship with itself. As it divides and separates from itself (same principle as mitosis) it produces an illusion of itself “as” another, and simultaneously as a coherent outer environment. This process of self-regeneration and division forms the Dyad (a double Monad), where the two centers are directly connected and exist as the outer periphery of each other, forming an “interference pattern”.

An interference pattern is where two wave-forms (spheres) of the same nature (frequency) resonate and merge energetically with each other, amplifying some aspects while canceling out others, to produce a new pattern as a variation of the original pattern they shared in common. A pattern can be thought of as a combination of qualities in various measure and degrees as a formula of consciousness that vibrates at a certain frequency producing correlated physical characteristics. Characteristics have natural behaviors and functions inherent in them that determine how they express to produce correlating realities.

Resonance, Sympathetic Induction, and Coherence

Whatever formula of various qualities we exist as (usually represented in our birth chart) determines the rate we vibrate at. As we embody and bring certain qualities into expression, we intimately connect and form resonance with those same qualities in everything else. As we radiate and transmit our inner qualities we resonate with everything around us that possesses the same qualities. Resonance is where we energetically “enter into and become one with” the same vibratory frequencies around us (qualities of consciousness). Through continued interaction as a relationship both vibrations are altered and modified slightly from their original state (pattern), and over time, become synchronized by vibrating in harmony with each other forming a new pattern as a variation of the original one that acted to connect them. As we form a relationship with our self (same consciousness) in another, we act “on our self” to evolve our self into new variations as a modified formula of active (expressing) qualities.

Polarity and the Nature of Complementary Opposites

Here’s another idea that tends to produce a fundamental misunderstanding of a basic idea. We often don’t understand the true meaning of “qualities” as states of consciousness and our “self” (soul) as a formula of qualities that act to produce our physical characteristics. All qualities exist in a dual state as a range of vibration that forms a kind of sliding scale between opposite aspects of itself that are necessary in order to create the quality as an experience of our self that develops our character accordingly. Whatever characteristics we develop in ourselves serve to determine our natural behaviors and what type of reality we produce as a basic form of self-expression.

The Dyad, which is also referred to as the Vesica Piscis and “womb of the universe” out of which all reality is formed (Triad) and projected (Tetrad), exists as the Monad in a polar state (opposite spin) of both feminine (inner) and masculine (outer) aspects of the same vibratory frequency as a dynamic living pattern. All qualities are also dual in nature and exist as a range of vibration between opposite poles that form a singular movement that gives rise to a specific type of reality as both an inner experience (of self) which then forms the basis for an outer experience of the same kind. We create our character based on the decisions we make in the present that form all our actions.

We can only “know ourselves” to be a certain way by contrasting our self with another whose of an opposite nature. We can only create an experience of ourselves as being “good” by how we exist in relationship with whatever we deem to be “bad”, by how we either relate and become like, or contrast and become the opposite. We can only experience ourselves as kind by how we relate and contrast ourselves to what we consider to be unkind or selfish. It’s only through our perception of our opposite aspect that we define ourselves as being a specific way and develop ourselves as possessing desired characteristics. Every time we encounter evil, it lays the foundation for active use of choice and will, where we decide how we’re going to be and what we’re going to do in relationship with it. Good and evil exists as complementary opposites of the same quality as an idea, because one serves to stimulate and call into existence the other one. One only exists “as” good or bad in relationship to its opposite quality.

So to ask the question “why do bad things happen to good people”, bypassing of course what we’re actually referring to as bad and good, we can realize that they become good through the constant decisions their making while in challenging situations being referred to as bad. It’s through the impact and pressure caused by unfortunate or traumatic events or situations that lays the foundation for making decisions as to who and what they’re going to become in response to it. However they respond determines who they become. It’s only when in the presence of bad that we can accurately shape ourselves to be good. One serves as a mirror necessary for realizing the other one.  

All of what we call “vices” (weaknesses and poor character traits) is transformed by choosing to employ their complementary virtue in their place. A “whole pattern” contains every aspect as a reality with multiple roles needed to produce it as an experience. Qualities form ideas that are dynamic holographic patterns where every part is an aspect of the whole, and their actions serve to create and sustain the whole. We don’t become bad people because bad things happen to us, we become one way or another based on how we enter into relationship with what happens to us and the decisions we make while in the moment that serve to define as one way or another. We can only know ourselves as being courageous when in the midst of feeling afraid. The greater the fear, the more exalted our sense of courage in overcoming it.

Strong and Weak Forces

Our soul’s energy follows the same principles as the forces that govern and orchestrate the material world of reality (which it’s actually producing). The mind-soul of the individual exists as either a weaker force or a stronger one in relation to other individuals. We all possess both active and passive aspects, and while the ideal is to operate them consciously through awareness and intention, most develop themselves to be one way or the other, often lacking balance. When two people come together in a relationship of some kind, one clearly becomes the dominating influence over the other, and as a result acts to take control of the will of the other.

While it’s often thought that males are dominant over females, where they assert and lead, and their female companion supports and follows, the fact is we all have both feminine and masculine aspects inherent within us that we utilize in different ways. A woman can be just as dominating in a relationship as a man can be. Gender is not the determining factor in whether or not someone displays either dominant feminine or masculine qualities. Many men have dominant feminine energy, and many women have dominant masculine energy. The term dominant simply indicates which one they’re “in” most of the time or as a general rule, which also determines who they’re attracted to as an intimate and passionate relationship. Attraction only occurs between polar – complementary opposites. There’s never an exception to this, regardless of gender. Even in homosexual relationships one plays the feminine role as the energy they utilize most often, and the other plays the masculine role.

In what we consider healthy relationships that are harmonious and serve to grow and evolve both people, there’s a dynamic exchange of passive and active roles based on the activities being engaged in. Under certain circumstances, one is better suited to take the leading, dominant role, and the other allows and complies with them. Then, based on different circumstances and activities, the other one may be more qualified to take the dominant role, while the other participates and benefits from it. We usually employ our masculine energy when going out into the world in professional activities that are competitive, and then relax into our feminine energy when we come home to our family and private life. Masculine energy tends to be assertive, self-oriented, analytical, and competitive, while feminine energy tends to be compassionate, group-oriented, intuitive, and nurturing. Most life skills that are effective on both the personal and professional level require a harmonious unification of both energies simultaneously.

Reality is a Mental Construct of the Soul

Another idea that’s difficult to grasp in the practical sense is the fact that all of reality as we’re capable of knowing it exists as both objective (non-personal) and subjective (personal) simultaneously. This is usually due to the fact that we mistake the soul for being the body, personality, and identity formed as a material being. All reality is formed through the dynamic series of relationships formed between three aspects and three levels (dimensions) simultaneously as a cohesive and singular act. What we refer to as the soul exists as a form of “medium” between the upper plane of pure consciousness in its potential and unformed state, and is what acts to draw spiritual qualities known as archetypes into itself as a sphere of specialized consciousness, and shape it into a material form. This material form shaped in the mind is then projected outward and reflected downward into the lower plane of material forms as one possibility for the manifestation of a universal idea.

The soul exists in a polarized state (symbolized as mercury) that vibrates at a frequency that can access the lower regions of the higher plane in its most exalted state, and the highest region of the lower plane to birth the material reality inherent in the upper plane. The individual soul is “constructed” out of the essence that it creates through the frequency it consistently produces as a personal creation that it then uses as the means of evolving itself. It works through the same principle as DNA does by taking two strands of complementary information and combining them to form a new one that exhibits the traits of both parents in different degrees. The soul is represented as feminine because it draws in the seed of the higher spiritual plane as an archetypal idea, and through a process of gestation adapts it to its current energetic structure that imbues it with specific physical characteristics. It then adapts and modifies it into a singular possibility that can be naturally birthed through the current conditions and circumstances of its physical body and its specific location within time.

The vibration as pure, unadulterated ideas of the spiritual plane is too far apart to form resonance with the lower plane, and therefore requires a medium frequency that acts as a transducer in order to manifest as a material form on the lower plane. Spirit doesn’t have the ability to act and create directly on the lower plane of a material existence, and can only act in the world through the medium of the soul in order to affect it. There’s no such thing as divine intervention that acts independent of you and in spite of you. God, so to speak, only acts in your life “through you” as your higher soul.

The spiritual plane is comprised of archetypes that provide a kind of prototype or thematic template for creating an infinite number of variations as personal creations of the individual soul. It exists in an unformed state that can only be accessed and utilized by your higher soul. This is where we get the saying “God only helps those who help themselves”, because it’s your soul as your energetic essence accumulated and built up over time that vibrates at a high enough frequency to access and absorb the higher powers of the spirit. Our higher soul in turn acts to impregnate the imagination, which is likewise the medium of the mind that exists between the higher plane of the human soul and the lower plane of the animal soul, and serves to deliver a message as a feeling, vision, and inner voice that directs the subconscious of the body to take action on the idea, and as a result, produces it as a reality.

An ideal drawn down in its potential state as an intention and desire for creating as a reality undergoes a dynamic series of adaptations that modify it into a form that’s unique to the individual applying it as a means of creating. An archetype is adapted to the mental model of the human soul, which is then projected in its modified form into the mind and imagination of the personality, where it’s adapted and modified further, and then it’s adapted in the imagination based on how it’s going to be applied in order to produce it as a reality. Once its manifest as a reality, the soul reabsorbs it as an experience that’s then “drawn back up into the higher soul” as the basis for forming a memory of itself as the expression of a universal archetype.

The creative process comes by way of drawing in a seeded idea that’s then developed in the imagination by forming new combinations (Dyad) to produce a unique variation that’s then used as a template for projecting into the lower sphere to create as an experience of reality. The soul produces its own experiences that become the memory that it uses to shape it itself as an individual. It acts on itself to evolve itself through active use of choice, imagination, and will. The soul produces endless variations of itself that serve to reformulate its essence. The universal law (which means it operates on all planes simultaneously) of vibration works as a polarized movement between an inner and outer pole as the respiration of the mind. This flow of intelligent energy works by the same principle as an electromagnetic field that simultaneously expands and contracts organizing light-essence through a filtering system to be of the same idea. Our inner forms the vibration of the outer as a complementary pattern by influencing it to express in a corresponding manner as a variable, then absorbs it as an experience that serves to influence the inner into a modified version of the original.

The World Soul and the Individual Human Soul

 What we have come to recognize as both an objective and subjective version of reality comes by way of a planetary soul that provides the environment for the individual soul to create experiences of itself. It’s the union of souls as fields that exist within even greater fields that vibrate in harmony with each other as the means of co-creating a joint experience of a shared reality. It operates by the same principle as light existing simultaneously as a particle and a wave, and the holographic principle where the part contains the information inherent in the whole, and the whole consists of its parts. It’s where the “parent pattern” (Dyad) produces fractal patterns as a process of self-replicating on different scales and levels to produce the same idea in unique variables, both of which are states of duality that function harmoniously to produce a singularity. The two complementary aspects work in harmony to produce a functional third.

A basic mistake is made in perception when we fail to realize that the Earth, like all stars and planetary bodies, is actually a living, sentient being as a soul that vibrates at a specific frequency and forms Nature as an objective reality that all other souls experience as being separate from them, while also forming the basis for creating through a consensus. All vibration has a holographic (3-dimensional) pattern has a self-assimilating mechanism inherent in it that organizes and condenses light into a certain type of reality as a global environment. This is what we experience as the collective unconscious as the unified field of the material world (subconscious) that unites all planetary beings within the same basic and neutral version of reality.

As Humans we’re born into the manifestation of the Earth’s soul as the objective reality of Nature that provides the stage for producing personal manifestations as subjective versions of the same reality. While we can draw in an archetypal idea that we resonate with, we use the same overall reality to produce a unique variation by how it’s adapted to our mental paradigm and modified accordingly. As we create unique variations of the same overall ideas, we are subject to our own creations and they serve to shape us through the integration of the memories we form out of them. Our reality is our offspring because it always comes as the union of multiple planes to produce a coherent whole. This principle is illustrated through the Myth of the god named Kronos as devouring his own children, which were symbolic of the Four Elements that make up reality. We first form a union that allows for a new experience, then we absorb and assimilate our own creation as our perception and interpretation, that we synthesize to modify the whole.

The Universal and the Individual

The Law of One (Monad) illustrates in very dynamic terms that we’re (our soul) always drawing on the ideas of the universal to produce the individual to be of a similar, yet modified nature. The inner core acts to organize and reconfigure the outer reality to be of the same nature. The outer manifestation is then absorbed as an experience and used to reshape the inner as a unique variation that acts to evolve the energetic structure of the individual soul, which then forms the perceptual model that alters the outer world to take on a slightly different form, and again absorbed to upgrade the mental paradigm birthing it.

We’re always either taking in ideas of the physical plane produced and being projected by others throughout history (as the collective unconscious), or we draw from the higher planes of novel, archetypal ideas in an unformed state (principles), and act to create truly new and unique ideas. There’s a constant movement that’s represented by a 90 degree angle as an “L” shape, where we either draw down ideas in archetypal form as principles from the spiritual plane (vertical line) and reform and project them to create in the material plane (horizontal line), then reverse the process and absorb them into the soul on a higher plane as memory or itself.

This 90 degree angle also represents that whatever plane we draw on in order to create (horizontal or vertical) we use to shape ourselves (soul) to be like in nature, bonding ourselves energetically to that plane. When we shape ourselves according to the ideas and opinions of others, we fail to realize our true ability as a higher soul to draw on divine ideas by embodying virtuous qualities, and as a result degrade ourselves to our lowest form as an intelligent animal. Whatever we identify with as an experience of ourselves we shape ourselves to be of the same nature. We’re always either identifying with our Higher Self as a creative, individual soul, or as a part of a group mind shaped by the opinions of others through our formative conditioning. Either way, the choice is always ours.

Dr. Linda Gadbois     

Sacred Geometry – The Tetrad and the Universal Law of Creation

All spiritual knowledge exists as laws, and Sacred Geometry is the symbolic language that’s used to illustrate and communicate these laws. Universal laws are the invisible forces and primordial intelligence of the natural world that operate as “processes” that organize and animate the physical forms that make up the “reality” of the material world. These laws are not the forms themselves as such, but the energetic intelligence that forms the holographic substrata (astral matrix) that gives rise to the phenomena of the gross realm of creation. The Tetrad or Tetragrammaton, represents the material form that’s created by organizing the four elements of the material world that are directed and shaped by the higher capacities of the mind. When we learn how to properly interpret the laws represented by the Tetrad, we find that it provides us with “basic instructions” as the creative process necessary for creating our self and our reality.

All Universal Laws operate as a process of growth and development where one law systematically emerges out of the active expression of the one that precedes it. As one unfolds it lays the foundation necessary for the next one to spontaneously unfold as a natural sequence. All laws are represented by a series of correspondences that not only have geometrical shapes associated with them, but also numbers, letters, colors, archetypal forms, sounds, qualities, characteristics, and cohesive ideas that are inherent in certain “psychological states”. Our state of mind or “soul’s mood” is the vibratory frequency that contains both a pattern in it’s potential state and a self-organizing mechanism for assembling it through a process of synchronistic unfolding. 

All natural phenomena as we know it rises naturally out of our state-of-mind as our mood. How we feel mentally determines what we focus on, think about, what emotions we experience in relation to our thoughts, which memories we play out in our mind through association, what type of story we tell ourselves about something, and so on. Whenever we’re looking at one law, such as the Tetrad here in this article, which is represented by the number 4 (with the value of 5), we know that it comes as the full expression of 0 through 4, while still containing the latent potential of laws 5 – 9, which unfold out of it in a synchronized fashion as a natural growth process.

Each law represents a single aspect and specialized operation as a stage of development in the dynamic unfolding of an even greater creative process. A law is a organizing force that shapes an “idea” into a “coherent field” as a kind of “seed” for impregnating the womb of the subconscious. Whatever idea we inject into our subconscious is imagined as an actual experience of reality, and “magnetized” with sensations that produce an equivalent emotional response. It’s the “reaction” (movement) that causes it to begin vibrating at the frequency of the emotion that it birthed. As it begins vibrating at a certain rate and mode, it resonates with the light around it,  and organizes it into structured patterns that outwardly display distinct characteristics and express through specialized behaviors.They come as an interaction between spirit and matter as the mind and body working together as different densities of the same thing to produce what we experience as a coherent material reality.

This “reality”, which is a product of the “greater mind” operating through the “individual mind” on different scales, planes, and magnitudes simultaneously through a dynamic process of adaptation and modification, is first produced as a kind of “original creation” that’s purely unconscious in nature (based on the universal memory of the collective unconscious) and shared by the entire natural world and all its inhabitants. As we impregnate our own subconscious with an idea, we impregnate the entire space around us with that same idea, because we all share the same subconscious mind. What we refer to as “our” subconscious is also the group mind of the “collective unconscious” and what we call mass consciousness which all acts together harmoniously to produce the same reality as a theme or metaphor. This reality of mass consciousness provides us with the “objective foundation” as a starting point for creating a personal reality unconsciously through our very perception of it, and in a conscious manner by learning how to operate the higher capacities inherent in our own mind.

When we understand how the universal laws of the mind work, we can work by way of those laws to create our self and our experience of reality, which are both simply symbolic outplays and projections of each other on smaller and larger scales and at higher and lower levels. When we fail to recognize and understand the laws that govern our own mind and reality, we often work in a way that contradicts them and we create in a haphazard and random way as a result. We experience our lives as though we have no control over what happens to us or why. We don’t realize in the ultimate sense that we are actually the one creating our experience of our self and reality through our “inner character” as an idea we’ve cultivated about ourselves and our natural ability to perceive that same idea in our outer world.

We form “ourselves” out of our own thoughts and emotions as a kind of archetype or “mental model of the world” that acts as a theme for producing both our inner and outer reality as a continuous part of the same idea played out at both the personal and universal level at the same time. This law is illustrated in the primary 3-in-1 Law of the Monad, which contains the seeded potential as a full expression of all laws that it acts to give birth to as a growth process of spirit “becoming” fully actualized in material form. Thought produces the physical form as a light-matrix, and sensation as emotion produces the feeling that animates it, which blend together to produce a certain “type” of experience. Whatever type of experiences we produce with our mental paradigm, we also experience our “self” through, and we shape our identity accordingly. Whatever we wrap our identity around we use as the means for creating ourselves through the story we live as the expression of the relationship that’s formed.

The Monad – the Mind, Soul, and Self

All of life as we know it is the result of “combinations” of polar opposites that form a dynamic relationship as new variations of a universal idea or theme. The Monad is represented as the combination of 0 and 1 (nothing and something) as a sphere or circle with a dot in the center, the same symbol that’s used to represent the sun as the center of our solar system. This can also be seen as the “dual state” of light (photons as the essence of matter) that exists simultaneously as both a particle and wave, or as the individual mind located within a material body and the outer reality of the universal mind that they experience themselves through as a cohesive version of the same metaphorical idea. All material forms are accompanied by a holographic electromagnetic field that forms its “etheric double” as a kind of “spatial blueprint” or 3-D model that’s used to inform, maintain, and animate it, giving it life temporarily.

The Monad represents the human soul as a “medium” that exists on the “Astral Plane” and serves to draw down and absorb ideas from the higher spiritual plane of archetypal ideas in order to create itself “as” a reality. Through a dynamic process of mental imagery, vibration, sympathetic resonance, and coherence, the human soul creates in an infinite variety of ways that are unique and diversified, yet still a part of the main, overall theme of humanity. The Monad is the combination of spirit as laws and principles that serve to imbue the personality of the body with attributes and characteristics through the medium of the mind, which acts to create the body out of archetypal memory, and then inhabits it in order to express as a material being. All creation within the material plane is produced by a combination of three corresponding planes and levels of the mind all vibrating in harmony as extensions of each other.

The Monad contains the life-force energy that causes a single cell to regenerate and multiply while undergoing a process of differentiation in order to specialize and play a unique part in an even greater unified whole. Through the process of Mitosis, a single cell regenerates itself in order to produce trillions of cells that all share the same basic information in different combinations and degrees necessary to perform different functions as a part of the same being. While we think of the body as being comprised of trillions of individual cells, the fact is, it’s actually comprised of “one cell” of coded information that regenerates and replicates itself trillions of times. This is the same principle that operates the DNA of our body where we form new combinations through the feminine and masculine aspects of the same genetic code and produce a unique variation as our offspring based on what’s turned on and turned off to produce a unique formula comprised of the same basic information.

The Monad regenerates and separates from itself forming the “appearance” of itself as another or as an outer reality that’s of the same nature (idea as a theme) on a larger scale. There’s never a total separation from ourselves in the real sense, but more of a projection and expansion of the inner that blends with itself in the outer, connecting to the core or center of being in everything else, transforming how it appears to us. The center (dot) of one exists on the periphery (outer boundary of the sphere) of the other. This act of self-regeneration, represented by the energetic substrata of the mind and matter intimately woven together as a whole, forms both the core self of the individual as a certain “type of person”, and the outer reality as the type of story that person acts to naturally tell by how they live their life.

The outer world as what we have come to call “reality” is produced and only exists through our perception of it. As we “look though” our mind as our mental paradigm, we can only “see” what matches it in everything else. We can only comprehend what can be constructed, described, explained, and given meaning using our mental model. We act unconsciously to shape the appearance of the outer world and everyone else to be of the same nature as we are. Our mental vibration forms a thematic pattern as a paradigm that serves to stimulate and bring out the same qualities as complementary opposites in everything around us, setting the stage necessary for expressing through a story we tell ourselves about things as a way of producing our experiences. As we create our inner experiences of an outer reality, we sense our self through those experiences and simultaneously create ourselves by how we associate and identify with our own story about things.

The Dyad – The Womb of the Universe    

The regeneration and projection of the Monad produces the Dyad, which creates the medium between the inner and outer world that gives rise to all of our thoughts and imaginings. The Monad is fundamentally androgynous in nature, and separates itself to produce the feminine (inner) and masculine (outer) aspect of the same thing necessary to “procreate” by producing offspring as new combinations and relationships with different aspects of ourselves in everything else. Our inner world of thought and emotions shaped into a reality in the imagination forms our perceptual lens that we use to view the outer world, and the outer world in turn acts to stimulate and influence the thoughts and feelings that form our internal world. All reality is produced by a self-perpetuating expansion and contraction of the “self” that acts to create itself on different scales within multiple planes simultaneously.

The inner and outer world exists in relationship with each other as a form of space-time continuum, represented by a straight line that connects the center (dots) of both spheres of consciousness as a shared inner nature. This horizontal line that connects the material bodies of both the self and others, as the inner that produces the outer, represents the material plane as being a product of or simulated reproduction of the mind (soul) creating it. We act on the outer environment to influence it into a new form by re-configuring it (resonance) by how we first view it and then interpret it, altering its vibration to form a new pattern (coherence). Once we’ve altered the appearance of the outer reality through a mental interaction and relationship, we then absorb and draw the experience of it back into ourselves, stimulating ourselves with our own creation. All of our perception and creative activities come through the relationship we form with ourselves (same idea as a life theme) in everything else.

The Triad – the Power of the Imagination

As we connect with and perceive ourselves in others through the activities and events of our life, we’re stimulated in ways that activate, call forth, and intensify some qualities, while returning others to a passive and latent state. We form thoughts as an internal representation of possible realities based on new combinations. We take a metaphorical idea and adapt it to our current life situation by how we apply it and form a modified version of the same basic idea. As we think and imagine, we alter our vibratory state and “tune ourselves” internally to the outer reality of our thoughts. Whatever idea we connect with and readily take in and begin thinking about, we become one with in spirit. By continuing to think about an idea that was stimulated in us by another, we integrate it into our paradigm through the reality we form of it in our imagination that sets the basis as a pattern for being able to first perceive it outwardly, then resonate and connect with it, forming a gravitational field between the inner idea and corresponding outer idea of the same nature or vibratory frequency.

This internal representation of reality produced in the imagination by the absorption and integration of a congruent idea, forms a new and unique combination of the same basic qualities to produce the triad. The triad is represented by a triangular shape whose base is formed by the straight line connecting the inner with the outer of the same nature, which then peaks in the center as a harmoniously “exalted state” on the upper plane as the imaginary creation of the mind / soul. The Law of the Triad represents the Law of the Imagination which forms an internal reality as the basis or energetic template for producing an outer reality of the same theme.

The reality created in our imagination as a potential reality tunes us energetically to the state of that reality, and forms the “vibratory template” as the “etheric hologram” for attracting, organizing, and perceiving that same type of reality outwardly. As we think and picture our thoughts as an internal representation or working concept, we form the “filtering system and lens” that we then look through in order to create our experience of reality. The same idea as a kind of metaphor or archetype is played out on multiple scales as the foundation for both a personal and universal reality. The inner is looked through and reflected downward in a polarized, reverse image on the lower plane, producing another triangle joined by the same baseline or foundation (horizontal line), producing a diamond shape as the Tetrad. When a diamond is reoriented horizontally, it forms a square or cube, which is symbolic of the material world shaped by the Four Elements. The Four Elements of the Pentad (5) form an equilateral square on the lower plane that’s shaped by the Fifth Element of the mind on the higher plane directly above it, all of which are symbolized by triads.

The Tetrad – the Birth of Reality

The Tetrad is the complementary opposite of the Triad on a different (lower) plane and is produced in a similar fashion to the Dyad, which exists as a reflection or mirror image (opposite) of the Monad on the same correlating plane. In this sense, the inner and outer, and the upper and lower are complementary opposites of the same thing and are produced by the same fundamental law of self-replication and reproduction. One acts to produce the other as smaller and greater expressions of the same metaphorical idea. Our internal nature as the qualities that make up our character, become the basis for producing an outer reality that’s comprised of the same, yet opposite qualities and characteristics. We’re always creating our opposite outside of us as a means of contrasting and relating to it in order to define ourselves by way of it. We can only know ourselves as “good”, by contrasting and comparing ourselves to what we deem “bad”. The idea of good and bad are opposites of the same idea that are simply cast in different roles, and one is necessary in order to define the other.

The soul creates itself by whatever it has a natural connection with (resonates with) and desires to become “one with in mind” through that connection. The soul acts as a medium between upper planes of the spirit as laws and archetypes, and the lower plane of the material world as coalesced light that produces the material reality as the “meaning” of our thoughts. Whatever idea the soul takes in and produces a possible reality out of by thinking about it and applying to their daily life in a specific and detailed manner, becoming “one with it in spirit”, acts to create through a natural process of adaptation that modifies the idea to become a congruent and meaningful part of its natural outer perception and daily life.

Our inner nature forms our natural feelings of connection with whatever is of the same nature and idea all around us. As we become one with an idea in thought and form a picture of it internally as a potential reality that’s played out in our daily life, and we concentrate on it repetitively while infusing it with magnetism (passion), it becomes a perceptual filter and we systematically see, connect with, and produce it as a corresponding outer experience. The soul as the mind only learns through experience, and creates itself as having certain qualities and characteristics by producing an experience of itself as the outward expression of those qualities, producing a memory of it. As the soul produces the reality of an idea, it senses itself by way of and in relationship with that idea, and acts on itself to shape itself in a completely self-contained and self-perpetuating manner.

How the Soul Creates its own Reality

We can only truly “do” what we can first imagine ourselves doing. When we’re left to our own devices, all of our goals and desires emerge naturally in our imagination by thinking about them. As we create an internal sensory experience of an idea, we create an “energetic template” that provides the subconscious with the pattern as a form of “virtual memory” for producing as an outer correspondence. Just the act of imagining an idea as an “actual experience” gives us the pattern as a way of being and the pathway for creating it as an actual outer experience of the same nature. Our ability to create in the outer world is based solely on our ability to first create it inwardly. Both the inner and the outer are constantly being transformed by each other through the nature of their interaction to produce an endless variety as an evolution of the same idea.

The model of the Tetragrammaton shows us that the inner mind of the subconscious is also what produces the outer world of self-awareness. The core or central self of the personality produces the outer world that it exists in and uses to experience itself. In order to change the outer world of manifest reality, we have to change the inner world of the imagination. We have to learn how to seed our own subconscious as the means of producing new experiences. We do this by picking intentional thoughts as ideas that we hold in our mind, concentrate on and imagine as a detailed sensory reality while infusing it with very compelling emotions, forming a strong desire for it. The subconscious is “experiential” in nature as the faculty of the mind that acts to produce our outer experiences, and we have to program it for new realities by turning an idea into an experience that produces a form of virtual memory. The subconscious, as an aspect of the soul, creates in an automatic fashion based on the memory it’s programmed with.

Emotion is the motivating force of the subconscious and is what naturally produces all of our behaviors and activities while in a physical body. How an idea is expressed to produce an outer reality is based on how we present the idea to ourselves internally and what emotion it naturally acts to invoke in us as a natural response to the idea. Emotion is the active and formative energy and connecting medium of the material plane. Any emotion being inwardly experienced and outwardly expressed produces an electrical charge that’s transmitted through the atmosphere, stimulating the same emotion in everything around us, bringing it into an active state in order to create a joint reality out of it.

The subconscious is motivated instinctively by feelings of pleasure or pain, and as a general rule, moves towards pleasure and away from pain, as a form of attraction and repulsion. In order to manifest a reality intentionally, we have to make sure we present it to ourselves in a way that elicits the proper emotion and type of experience. Otherwise we act to repel and negate the very thing we say we want. All reality is produced by the congruent unification of a combination of factors. It’s a combination of unconscious ideas and behaviors that play out automatically without direct awareness and conscious intention that’s designed to transform and evolve natural tendencies to a higher and more beneficial expression.

Summary

Whatever we think about and picture in our imagination as an actual experience, we become one with in mind, and produce metaphorically as our personal reality. Whatever thoughts we think that produce and keep us in certain emotional states, become the nature of all our outer experiences and what serves to motivate all of our natural and automatic behaviors. If we’re feeling sad, we focus on and think about sad things, replay sad memories over and over in our mind, and act to create more sad experiences. The thoughts we naturally think in an automatic fashion are based on our soul’s nature and character, and come by strengthening and reinforcing certain parts of our soul’s nature through our formative conditioning. Whatever we think about we become one with in mind and spirit, and set as a mental template and request for producing as an outer experience of reality. On the higher spiritual planes, “thoughts are actions” and are creative.

To change our life and reality, we have to change our habitual thoughts and the emotional states they produce or were born out of, and seed our imagination instead with new thoughts that we imagine as intense experiences that act to naturally elicit strong positive feelings of desire and emotional pleasure in response to them. We have to upgrade and evolve our mental paradigm through the incorporation of new ideas conceived of and born in the imagination as a detailed internal representation. Once an idea is imagined as an emotionally intense experience of a pleasurable nature, it integrates into our mental model as a possibility and becomes a natural part of our make-up and perception of reality. We tune ourselves to the vibration of that idea, and form a gravitational field between us and whatever’s of that same idea around us that can be used coherently to co-create it as a joint experience.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

 

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The Nature of the Soul – The Kabbalah Tree of Life and the Process of Self-Creation

The Kabbalah Tree of Life provides us with a symbolic diagram for understanding the true nature of our soul and how we can consciously create ourselves through the understanding and utilization of universal laws. It’s created as a hierarchical structure of “spheres of consciousness” as “states of mind” (Monads) that move an idea in a purely potential state into an actual expression of reality by steady imposing limitations of various sorts on it as it descends from higher to lower planes that are all a dynamic and cohesive part of the same coherent reality. The human soul is represented by the central sphere (Tiphareth) that’s located on the central pillar of the Tree, and acts as the “medium” between the higher world of Archetypes as an idea in its potential (unformed) state, and the lower world of active expression where the archetype manifests as a specific entity within a reality of the same nature and with the same likeness.

Like all metaphorical ideas that are symbolic in nature and require interpretation in order to be understood, there are as many ways to interpret the Tree of Life as there are people interpreting it. And while general ideas apply as a form of overall theme that governs the nature of the interpretation itself as an intuitive form of reasoning based on the organized structure itself, the process of interpretation comes by way of a constant form of limitation that’s placed on a universal idea as adaptation to the individuals model of the world, level of esoteric knowledge, personality and identity, maturity level, and the conditions and circumstances of their life that they conform it to as a way of forming an internal representation of it as a working reality. As an idea in its potential state is brought down the planes from a universal state to a personalized expression, it’s modified by the individual mind into a new form.

All spiritual development as a higher form of consciousness (which means it’s “creative” in nature), comes through direct experience of an idea as first formed in the mind’s eye as a working concept by the individual as a form of “embodying it”, which provides the subconscious mind of the body with the means for using it to express and create as an outer reality. Higher consciousness always comes through a form of self-creating as an “individual”, whereas lower consciousness comes as a lack of individuality where spiritual doctrine is interpreted for us by another, and we simply “accept it” as gospel, so to speak, and live our life out of dogma that strips us of our true ability to create ourselves in a unique way. Our higher capacity of the mind and soul is our “creative ability” to form ourselves out of our thoughts in a unique fashion through a process of adaptation and modification. The interpretation I’m about to give is just one of many possibilities, and is not meant to take literally, but rather as the means of initiating a natural process of intuitive unfolding in your own mind. Words can never truly describe or express the nature of the divine, which can only be known through the direct (inner) experience of them, and are only approximations of an idea.

The overall Structure as a Creative Process

The first thing we want to notice is the basic structure of the Tree and how it’s laid out in terms of representing different aspects of the same principles at different “levels of creation”. The Spheres of the Tree are positioned on three pillars where the central pillar is longer and ascends to a higher level and to the lowest level as a singular or equilibrated form. The central pillar is the pillar of equilibrium, and the two side pillars represent the masculine and feminine aspect, which when brought into harmony form a functional third. All spheres, whether single or double, are positioned at different levels in a descending and ascending orientation, and represent different planes as the creative process for forming a cohesive reality as the individual expression of a universal idea. The overall Tree is formed by a series of Triads as the “One” that divides itself into complementary opposites as it descends, then brings those opposites into balance as a functional third that expresses as a combination within the lower plane as a process of solidification of an idea through various levels of transformation that alter and modify it into a new and unique form.

Universal Laws for Creating Material Reality

The most basic element in understanding universal laws and how they work to create reality comes in realizing that structure, as how information is organized into an idea as a pattern, always determines how something functions and behaves, and is what provides the means for creating a material manifestation of some kind. How a system is organized into an animated pattern gives us a kind of “formula” as a creative process that we can use for bringing an idea into expression as the physical reality of the idea. All ideas can only come into physical manifestation “through us”. They require a “mental channel” (sphere of consciousness) as a vehicle in order to express as a physical reality. The soul acts as the “medium” for calling down an idea (resonating and acting to absorb it) into the mind as a thought and imaginary idea that it then uses as a form of memory for expressing to create an experience of itself as a reality.

        The hierarchical structure of the Tree not only moves through what we can think of as seven planes of existence (which correspond to the 7 chakras of the subtle body), but also Four Worlds, which correspond to the Sacred Name of God, represented by the 4 letters of God’s name as IHVH. Each World represents a different operation in the formation and manifestation of an archetypal idea. The 4 Worlds start at the top of the Tree as the single sphere that represents the Archetypal World of ideas in their unformed (potential) state, which then undergoes a synchronized process of unfolding that ultimately acts to birth all the other spheres as its formation. It divides into polar aspects of Itself on the lower plane of Creation, as attributes and qualities necessary to form distinct characteristics, forming what’s called the “Supernal” or primary Triad that gives birth to the rest of the Triads on the Tree as a reflection and projection of itself.

Spheres 4 through 9, which form the four lower planes, is the Formative World, also known in Esoteric Sciences as the Astral-Etheric plane, where an archetypal idea is shaped by the mind of the individual soul into an actual physical reality as a unique variation of a universal idea. As it descends through various stages of formation, it forms the etheric body as the “energetic double” that provides the blueprint for producing as a physical entity and reality. The lowest sphere that’s singular in nature forms the World of Action or Manifestation as not only the physical body, but the entire outer reality of the physical body which is formed out of the same type of idea on a larger scale within the same plane.

The Tree of Life forms a hierarchical structure that moves a universal idea down into the personal realm of the soul (Astral Plane), which acts as a “medium” between the higher (pure spirit) and lower (material) planes, where it’s then used as the means for the individual soul to create itself by creating an experience of reality. The human soul, which is multidimensional in nature, uses various universal archetypes as the means of producing a “new and unique archetype” as a novel combination of universal qualities and characteristics. It takes (acts to absorb) a universal archetype as an idea of itself, and through a dynamic process of adaptation through various planes and degrees of existence, consistently modifies it into a new form of the same idea that’s bestowed with a new combination of qualities that produce unique characteristics, producing an “imaginary (inner) reality” of itself that becomes the basis for experiencing as an actual material reality. The soul “pulls an idea down” (resonates with) from the upper planes to use as the means for self-expression within the lower planes in order to create an experience of itself that it then transforms into a memory as the basis for creating itself. The soul forms itself out of various forms of integrated and assimilated memory from a unique variety of experiences that are all self-produced.

Mirroring and Reflecting

If you study the nature and structure of the Tree, you realize that as it moves in a descending manner from the upper most regions to the lower regions, it does so through a dynamic series of reflecting itself as a mirror image onto the lower plane, forming a series of Triads as energetic imprints. A mirror image is a direct reflection that’s of an opposite or polar nature to the original one that’s casting it. As we look in the mirror, we’re always seeing a reverse image of ourselves, where what appears as our right side is in reality our left side, and vice versa. We’re always seeing ourselves backwards from how everyone else sees us, and so we’re never able to “see ourselves” as we truly exist in the purely material sense.

This reveals the fact that the micro and macro are of the same nature as complementary opposites of each other on both the upper and lower planes. This same principle holds true in a linear fashion on the same plane as the inner and outer reality of the material world being of a complementary nature to each other. The same pattern forms both the upper and lower world of the soul and its material manifestation on the lower planes as the inner reality and outer experience of the same nature or idea. All are produced as a reflection and projection of the “self” on different levels and planes of existence simultaneously. This idea is represented in Sacred Geometry by the Monad (sphere of consciousness), symbolized as a dot within a sphere, where the outer reality is formed as an extension or projection of the central (inner) consciousness producing it as a perception of it. This is also symbolically represented by the “compass and square” as a 90 degree angle (L shape) that’s used by the mind in constructing the material world.

In quantum physics this is observed as the nature of light (the essence of matter as photons), which exists simultaneously as both a particle and a wave, and where two particles that are “born together” (of the same nature as a replication), that form the “appearance” of a single particle in two locations (Dyad), when separated at what seems like great distances, still continue to operate as if they’re “one”. They exist as polar opposites of each other located within the same wave-form of the material dimension as both an individual and the greater reality of that individual (Monad). Where “time and space” of the material plane exists as a “memory” created and maintained within the mind of the soul. Where an idea is absorbed and brought to life internally that forms the perceptual lens for perceiving as an outer reality of the same idea as a life theme.

Paradox and the Nature of Polarity

At the top of the Tree, a single sphere exists that acts to divide and separate from Itself as it descends into the next lower plane, forming itself as polar opposites that are complementary in nature (they act to stimulate each other into existence as an active memory).  This forms both the masculine and feminine aspects of the same idea or archetype as the spirit within a physical form. This same principle forms the basis for all of life as cellular regeneration, where the same cell forms a replication of itself as the means for self-regeneration by “dividing”, then systematically “doubling”. A single cell acts to produce all of the cells that eventually form a much greater “unified whole” as a material body that’s of a single nature. This whole material body, which appears as trillions of individual cells that have all differentiated and specialized to form all the unique and diverse working parts needed to produce a greater whole as a functioning organism, are actually the offspring of a single cell and pattern of organized- information, that together operate as a single entity, represented by the mental sphere on the central pillar of equilibrium.

Once the Supernal (Trinity) is formed in the upper plane of the Creative World as an Archetypal idea imbued with specific attributes and qualities as a “state of mind”, it “reflects itself” down into the next lower plane of Formation in a unified state on the masculine pillar of activity. As it moves from a higher plane to the next lower, it forms a zigzag movement similar to a lightning bolt that moves it from a combined state of equilibrium into an active state that reshapes, transforms, and evolves it into a new form that then reproduces on the next plane in an equalized state of harmony. As memory (archetype) is activated by directed attention as the stimulating force of consciousness, it’s drawn down into the personalized plane of the individual soul (plane of Astral Light) where it’s shaped in the mind’s eye into an actual possibility for creating as a reality. This is the sphere of Chesed, as the fourth sphere on the masculine pillar, that’s a combination of the previous three that act to birth it, that forms the first mental operation on the lower plane of Formation, as a memory formed into a possible reality in the “imagination” of the individual soul.

         It’s then shaped in the imagination as a form of universal memory that’s been specialized into a new and diverse form where it forms the inner constitution (inner nature) and all activity (outer expression) of the individual soul as a natural process of self-creation. The memory turned into an inner reality of a specialized nature, is then projected within the same plane (horizontally) as the masculine, outer aspect of the same reality. This is the mental operation as a projection of the “self” on the same plane (Sephirah (sphere) of Geburah) as the soul’s inner constitution also forming the basis for the outer reality constructed out of the same memory. The feminine of the higher plane, which is a combination as a unification of the masculine aspects, forms the masculine aspect of the lower plane as an “active state”. The imagination, which is generally considered a feminine aspect as an operation of the subconscious mind, is the active component in the lower planes of manifestation, and the masculine aspect as the perception of the outer world, normally attributed to the self-conscious mind of activity, is the passive component within the lower planes. The masculine and feminine aspects exist in polarity between the upper and lower planes, and form a fundamental paradox that’s always at play within the material world of formation.

Together, as a unique formation of archetypal memory, it returns to a unified state as it moves down into the next level (center of the Formative World of the Astral plane), and forms the basis for the “human soul” (Tiphareth) as a functional whole, which then divides from itself to form the subconscious mind of the subtle body on the lower plane (Netzach), which then separates from itself again to form the self-conscious mind (Hod) of the same plane. The Soul creates the entire lower astral realm through the faculty of the subconscious, which creates out of memory to produce both the inner and outer world of manifestation as a mental construct of itself on different scales. The subconscious then acts to birth the self-conscious aspect of the same mind as the ability to witness and experience itself through the observation of the external world produced by the projection of the internal world. Together, the subconscious and self-conscious produce a “unified whole” as the etheric body of Yesod, which acts as a blueprint for producing as a physical manifestation of both the body and its entire outer reality, all of which are all formed out of the same memory being played out on different scales simultaneously as a unified whole.

Structure and Function as the Nature of Karma

The Tree is structured out of three vertical pillars (threefold nature of the mind, soul, and reality) that sit side-by-side that forms movement as a division and unification that form a self-perpetuating and self-sustaining system of self-regeneration. The pillars form the basis for polarity as both the feminine and masculine aspects of the same plane, formed out of or returned to an equilibrated state as the basis for the next plane that issues forth from them in a synchronistic and automatic fashion as a process of spirit “becoming” material form. The masculine aspect forms the “seed” as the archetypal idea that impregnates the feminine aspect as the memory used to organize light-essence into an equivalent material form as universal memory that acts as the basis for producing the “self” as the soul and the outer reality of the soul as the experience of itself in-form. The masculine pole represents the active, outer or greater reality as a pattern that is drawn into and acts to impregnate the feminine aspect that creates it as a material form that serves as the basis for producing a virtual or universal memory.

The single sphere of consciousness at the top that initiates the process is a universal archetype (comprised of a combination of 12 aspects to form a single idea) that’s imbued with all the attributes, qualities, characteristics, and functional tendencies that form the basis of reality as the natural “story” it tells as a form of personal mythology of the soul inhabiting it. The archetype contains in its latent and potential state all the information and self-organizing forces necessary to produce a coherent and cohesive reality as the enactment of soul memory that forms “karma” as the basis for reality as the soul’s life experience through the story it naturally acts to tell through its personality played out within the conditions and circumstances of its current life situation.

The upper Triad is reflected downward into the lower plane of Astral-Light in its dual nature, which then serves to form an even lower region within the same plane as the unification of its polar aspects. This unified field as a sphere of consciousness within the lower regions of the astral field forms what we commonly think of as our “Higher Self” that’s active as intuition within the material plane, and is what serves to organize and orchestrate the entire lower plane of material reality as the basis for the souls karma (creating reality out of memory). This configuration forms what looks like an upside down triangle or Triad oriented in a downward motion. Out of this sphere emerge dual aspects into an even lower region of the same plane as the subconscious mind that will form and inhabit the material body, and give birth to the self-conscious mind as the masculine aspect of the same nature. Together, these two aspects of the mind and soul produce a unified whole as the “etheric body” that acts as the holographic template for structuring and animating the physical body of the material realm, and is reflected downward into the lower plane as a reflection of its unified state as a single sphere of consciousness.

The Fall of the Archangels to form Humanity

On the central pillar of equilibrium there are five spheres as levels of consciousness, four of which are visible as actual laws, and one invisible as the “void” or quantum leap from a higher realm of existence to a much lower realm of material manifestation. The three visible spheres (Kether, Tiphareth, and Yesod) that exist within the unmanifest, purely mental realms of organized energy as equilibrated states, are commonly referred to as the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost of the Trinity, and the manifestation of the Supernal represented by the Tetrad as the Holy name of God, comprised of four letters that are really three letters where one is repeated (IHVH).

The invisible sphere (forming the 11th sphere), which exists in-between the highest Triad and it’s reflection into the Lower regions of the Astral plane, called “Daath” (death), is symbolic of the “fall of the angels” (Archetypes as gods) to form mankind. It’s the invisible sphere of “knowledge” which only comes through “experience”. It’s the movement of the higher principles into the lower vibration of the astral plane of form, where an idea that’s “pure in nature” combines with an element of a lower plane, becoming contaminated and corrupted from its original form in order to produce a personalized version of the same idea as a unique variation.

What we think of as the Human Soul, represented by the central sphere of Tiphareth, or the “Son” of the Trinity, acts as a medium that vibrates at a frequency that’s in-between the higher and lower planes, and therefore acts as a “medium” necessary to access and “draw down” the higher consciousness of the upper plane while serving as the means for forming a personalized version by becoming the vehicle for expressing it within the lower plane of manifestation as the means of “self-creating”. The higher plane of the Supernal (upper most triad), and the lower plane of material manifestation vibrate at such different frequencies that they can’t resonate with each other, and so require a medium as a middle ground that vibrates at the lower region of the higher plane and the higher region of the lower plane so it can act as the channel or vehicle for archetypal principles to manifest as material forms of varying degrees and natures. And likewise act as the means for the memory obtained from personal manifestations to be returned to a universal state as the archetypal make-up of the soul. In the name of God represented by the Tetrad (different names of God indicate different operations), the H (which bridges together two I’s), is the second (Son as the human Soul) and the last (actual manifestation) letter of the name as the manifestation of the soul’s consciousness. All physical manifestation is of the human soul as “God made manifest”. The “I Am” as an actual entity and experience of the “Self” as an aspect of God.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

 

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The Masculine and Feminine Principle of the Soul, Mind, and Body

  All spiritual ideas that represent laws and principles are conveyed in symbolic form as metaphors, analogies, and allegories that demonstrate the principles as creating in the material realm. The material world itself exists as symbolic form of the spiritual. The spiritual plane exists in a state of wholeness as pure potential that’s unformed, yet forms the basis for all material manifestations as the result of choice, will, and imagination. All matter exists as both a particle and a wave simultaneously. The wave is a “field of potential” as archetypes that exist as a theme that contains all the information necessary to produce realities of an infinite variety based on how it enters into relationship with the infinite mind of the individual vibrating at the same frequency, which resonates with a singular possibility as an idea that it chooses by absorbing, allowing it to impregnate the imagination with a seed that it then grows into a full-fledged reality by continuing to think about it. As we think about a newly conceived idea, we develop and construct it through a process of adaptation to produce a unique variation of the same general idea. When an idea as an archetype is drawn into the womb of the imagination, it’s united in relationship with the sensory-emotional state of the body (individual mind), where it undergoes a process of adaptation that grows certain aspects to various degrees, while leaving other aspects dormant, producing a modified version of the general idea (archetype) that forms a template as a possibility for manifesting a reality within the context of their everyday life. All of what we call “reality” exists as a personal creation of a universal theme formed by the relationship that naturally takes place between the masculine and feminine, which together birth an offspring that’s a combination of both to form a new whole. The Monad, Dyad, and Triad The Monad (the number 1, represented by a sphere with a center) symbolizes the soul or mind in its unified state as containing both the feminine and masculine attributes as polar forces within its own nature. The mind on the material plane consists of both the subconscious (feminine) and conscious (masculine) as complementary aspects of the same mind that play different roles in the same overall operation. The Monad, when descending into the dense plane of matter, regenerates itself by dividing into dual aspects, forming the Dyad as both the inner and the outer, the self and another, and the Me and I. This principles is expressed in the Biblical allegory as the creation of man, first as Adam (hermaphrodite), who was divided by the feminine aspect of itself being “cut out of its side”, producing Eve as its dual aspect, who together form a unified whole as a single entity. This not only allows for companionship in terms of not being alone, but also provides the basis for entering into relationship with itself in (the illusion of) another, and in doing so being able to “see” aspects of itself normally hidden as unconscious aspects through the perception of the other in its own image. As long as they were side-by-side, they couldn’t see each other (themselves in the other), so they were turned to face each other. By facing each other they act as a mirror which reflects back to them their shared nature. All single and individual entities still maintain dual aspects that make up its basic nature as both feminine and masculine aspects, not only represented by the dual nature of the mind as the subconscious and conscious minds, but also as the two hemispheres of the brain (right and left), and the symmetrical structure and function of the heart, which acts as a dual pump beating together in unison forming a single cardiac cycle. Whatever gender as the sex of an entity determines which aspects are more than likely dominate and which ones are passive in terms of degrees of activity and which aspects were stimulated and appealed to through our formative conditioning, and strengthened through utilizing most often in the dynamic being played out in our everyday life that we participate in by playing a role. These dual aspects of masculine and feminine energy always exist in polarity of each other as complementary opposites that serve to stimulate each other into an active and dominate state as forming different roles in the same dynamic, operation, and cycle. While we’re all born with a preformed nature as what’s been developed in us (our soul) up to that point, forming our subconscious memory that automatically gives us a natural predisposition, temperament, and tendencies, we are consistently undergoing a form of evolutionary growth by what complementary energies are being expressed around us that we naturally enter into and coexist in relationship with that serve to stimulate and bring out in us the opposite aspect of the same quality that forms the basis for the nature of the interaction as a dynamic (thematic pattern), that develops that aspect through that specific dynamic, conditioning us to it, and reforming us accordingly by strengthening some aspects while others remain latent and unused in their potential state. Likewise, every “quality” as a way of being that’s ideally played out through different types of dynamics (stories) exists in a polar relationship as a “range” that moves from a negative expression (destructive) to a positive (constructive) one. The opposite qualities as aspects that form our character can only be known, accessed and brought out for possible development through expression, by contrasting and seemingly opposing each other through a common dynamic or state of which they both play a part as a role that leads to a different experience as an outcome. Fear, for example, has as a potential relationship and manifestation of both cowardice and courage. Whichever one is stimulated or actively chosen and used in relation with the fear, determines not only the outcome or result that’s produced by the fear, but also who we “become” by way of either a passive or active use of choice and free will. The feeling itself as an emotional sensation contains within it not only the polar aspects as potential for expression and creating, but a whole range of possibilities as degrees that separate and differentiate them. How we respond to it in terms of how we perceive it and behave as a result, is a form of our creative ability through choice and will, and is either made in a passive and unconscious manner, where we don’t perceive a choice and just respond in an automatic, instinctual manner as our tendencies and inner nature, or it’s made in an active and intentional manner through self-awareness that chooses to counteract unconscious tendencies and break automatic patterns, and so courage is chosen in light of fear. We’re always in the process of creating our experiences of reality and ourselves by way of those experiences through our ability to consciously choose and willfully act out our choice, whether it’s done in a passive or active manner. In other words “no choice” is a choice. The Dual Nature of the Self – the “Me” and the “I” What we call the “Self”, like the soul, mind, and reality, is three-fold in nature, and dual in nature on the lower, material plane. These seemingly two selves work in perfect unison and conjunction as separate (opposite and complementary) forms of consciousness that perform different parts of the same operation. We’re all born into this world initially with only our subconscious (feminine) mind active and fully functioning and is what forms the “personality” of the body, which consists primarily of hereditary gene’s and memories that are further established and developed by our family unit, which share the same genes and are conditioned to the same dynamics as tendencies (memories) inherent in the genes as a form of instinct, that forms what we sense, perceive, and come to call “Me”. The Me of the personality is the identical twin that births and gives rise to the mental “I” (identity). Though these twin aspects appear to be different in terms of their consciousness and characteristics, they’re both phenomena arising from the same will. The Me is often mistaken for the I because it’s the personality of the body as our most natural and primary sense of ourselves, which forms all of our natural perceptions, thematic interpretations, and behaviors out of the memory of our ancestors and formative conditioning. The personality is composed of all the things of the body – feelings (sensations), emotions, tastes, likes and dislikes, tendencies, connections, habits, characteristics, etc., all of which make up the constitution of the personality, also commonly referred to as the “lower self” that’s a member of the animal kingdom. All of nature in terms of plants and animals only possess the subconscious aspect of the mind, which lacks the ability to think in a separate and individual manner, outside of the species it’s a part of, and is driven purely by instinctual means as the automatic behaviors born out of tribal knowledge that all who are a part of that same species performs through unconscious impulses, while still having a personality of its own as unique characteristics that make it vary only in how it goes about performing the same behaviors. The personality of the body as our lower self that operates out of instincts (group memory) of the species as human beings, forms the “herd mentality” by rendering their will passive, and allowing it to be controlled and utilized by another. The consciousness of the body is subject to the Universal Laws that govern the subconscious nature of Rhythm and Polarity, that keep it moving between emotional extremes as the memory associated or inherent in the emotion, which is designed to produce automatic, impulsive behaviors. Because humans have the higher capacities of the mind to self-create within the material realm of the subconscious, all thoughts and perceptions that ultimately result in actions and deeds of some sort are emotionally driven. The emotions of the material, instinctual plane of species oriented memory, are what provide the template as a theme that shapes thought into thematic perceptions that form its behavior and its “sense of self” simultaneously by way of the experience created through its actions. Those who are “emotional in nature” and are run and ruled by emotional states that they feel helpless to control or lack an actual awareness of what’s actually happening and that they have the ability to control their emotions, tend to “live out of this state” and form their identity with it, bonding their soul (through identifying with it) to what is predominately a lower state of consciousness that makes them equivalent to the animal kingdom where they are being shaped and developed by blind forces that they allow to inhabit them. In this state of total identification with the body (animal nature), our sense of self is dependent on the body, and our body is something we require in order to know (experience) ourselves, and we begin associating our mind as belonging to and being produced by the body (formation of the false-ego). We begin imagining that the Self, like the mind that acts as a vehicle for it, is a product of the body, and therefore can’t or doesn’t exist without it, and in making this fundamental misconception as a mistaken identity, we render the soul mortal and capable of dying with the body. This is the birth of the false-ego where our perception of our “self” is created through identification with our body and the material realm, which dies with the body and is annihilated or made extinct. The soul moves between planes based on what it identifies with and creates itself out of as an “idea”, based on what qualities and abilities it employs through its identification. As we rise in the scale of consciousness and are able to disentangle our identity from the personality (Me) of the body, we begin realizing that the mind not only doesn’t belong to the body, but that the body belongs to the mind or the mental part of us that’s independent of the body and is what acts to “operate the body”. But even in this awareness there’s still a tendency to identify with the mental states, feelings, emotions, and so on that we experience as living within us. Because these are experienced within us, as us, it’s easy to mistake them as being an essential part of our “Self”. Yet by creating a sense of being separate from our body, we can also realize that we have the ability to change and direct these inner states in any way that we desire through active use of our will and imagination. By separating our “sense of self” from these inner feelings, we find ourselves in possession of our true Self, which is the “I” and the “Me” as dual aspects that together produce the “Self” as an active expression that produces the “experience of the self” through the mechanism of the body. The body can be recognized as the mental instrument or channel through which thoughts, ideas, emotions, feelings, and other mental states may be produced. The body as the feminine aspect may be perceived as the “mental womb” (Vesica Pisces) capable of generating mental offspring that become the basis for material reality. While many like to separate the spiritual from the material, the higher soul from the lower soul, the spirit from the soul and body, and so on, the fact is they’re all a part of the same thing, and one systematically emerges out of the other as a process of descending from higher planes to lower planes, and ascending from lower planes to higher planes. Spirit is comprised of both masculine and feminine aspects and is what acts to birth, operate, and sustain the entire causal, mental, astral, and physical world. The subconscious mind is passive and receptive in nature and has the latent powers of creation and generation of mental imagery of all sorts and kinds through the faculty of the imagination. The creative powers of the Feminine aspect of the mind are enormous on the material plane, yet it must receive energy and direction as a seeded idea from either of its “I” (active male) companions. The subconscious exists as the connective medium between active aspects of both the higher, spiritual plane, and the same plane of its equivalent Masculine aspect, both of which are capable of impregnating it with an idea as a seed for manifesting in its physical form. Awareness and realization of this principle brings with it enormous capacity for mental and creative ability to self-create by way of self-induced experiences. Conscious Self The conscious aspect of the mind is the aspect that can become aware that it (masculine) has the mental capacity to willfully direct the subconscious (Feminine) by intentionally subduing its emotional activity while introducing a thought as an idea into the imagination that it will develop and grow into an outer experience, that will allow the “I”, after actively creating it by way of the subconscious, to stand apart from its own creation and witness it as its offspring. This is the part of the self that has the ability to not only willfully and actively manifest an idea through the subconscious, but also has the ability to “project an energy” (life force) from the conscious to the subconscious as the process of willing through which the mental creation begins and proceeds into material manifestation. The Self, in the active conscious mode, can then act to witness its own creation in the imagination as a reality that’s being “viewed” both from within as a direct experience of it, and apart from it watching it play out like a movie. This is the dual aspect of the mind inherent in every person. Subconscious (Feminine) and Conscious (Masculine) Process of Creation The subconscious mind is the dominate aspect of the mind in the material world as the passionate forces that energize, organize, structure, and produce material form while imbuing it with characteristics that govern its behavior and how it functions or operates as an animation. This is because in its primary state it has both the passive and active components, and is what forms both the mental and emotional plane of instinct, thought, and automatic behaviors that are produced through feeling-emotional impulses, and has no will of its own (doesn’t perceive itself as separate from its maker), even though it acts to birth the self-conscious aspect of itself (on the same plane and level) as its personal will. It’s constantly being impregnated with seeded ideas as the memory of the species and genetic code that are inherent in the morphogenic (astral) field of which it’s a part. The subconscious acts to “draw in” and be the receptor for the seeded ideas and complementary energies of the Higher Will which it then systematically births as joint offspring. The subconscious-feminine then gives birth to the conscious-masculine aspect of the lower plane that acts to witness the creation of the Higher Will as its outer reality, which is produced as an extension of the self by way of the subconscious. It witnesses the outer world produced by the inner world of the body as being separate or being a part from it, and therefore doesn’t realize that it’s the result of its own creation, and imagines itself as being produced by the body and shaped by the events of its outer world, and therefore becomes subject to it. Once the conscious mind realizes the outer world is produced by the subconscious mind as the passive receptor of an idea that can be both unconsciously absorbed from the active will of others and the collective unconscious, or intentionally introduced through its own will, it can take an active role in exercising the ability to introduce desired ideas that are grown in the imagination while introducing the complementary emotion that sets the creative process in motion and directs its development with a sense of precision. Creation The entire lower (material) creation is a product of the Higher Will or the personal will, both of which are the same thing formed on different levels, perspectives, and degrees of consciousness. The Higher Will simply operates in a neutral fashion to play out soul memory as karmic patterns over and over, which can only be resolved, changed, and broken by active use of the personal will. While creatively operating out of a primarily unconscious state, we perceive life as happening to us beyond our control and having nothing to do with us in terms of being self-created through past deeds as memory continuing to be played out in a habitual and automatic fashion. The Feminine Principle is always the aspect receiving mental impressions, while the Masculine Principle is always the one giving the mental impressions. The Feminine aspect performs considerably greater work as what generates thoughts, ideas, and concepts, as possible realities in the imagination. It takes in and acts as the vessel for the “seed” as information in its potential state that it uses to build and construct a material body as its outer expression. The Masculine Principle contents itself only with the work of the “will” which introduces the seed into the imagination (womb) in an intentional and deliberate way. When the subconscious is not being seeded and directed by the inner, personal will, it still acts as the passive receptor for receiving mental impressions as suggestions from the active wills around it, from outside sources and the will of others being projected upon and into it. Through absorption of mental impressions of others, it creates the reality of their will instead of producing original and unique mental creations. By concentrating on an idea and giving continued attention to its inner development we intellectually employ both aspects of the mind and consistently produce original creations as our offspring. We take an active and willful role in our own creation by employing the creative capacity of our mind to move away from unconscious and adulterous modes of creation and into conscious, fully aware, and deliberate modes of creation. When we realize that what we perceive as our outer world is the projection of karmic memory being produced by the passive absorption of our Higher Will, showing us what we normally remain unaware of, and experience as happening to us instead of being our own creation, we can begin actively working with it by introducing thoughts and ideas into the subconscious mind that counteract it, correct it, and rewire our system as a new configuration (relationship), that serves to transform and evolve the memory to become the basis for producing a new experience of reality. By giving our subconscious mental impressions of a desirable nature, then nourishing and supporting those with consistent attention and thought, we transform our inner being by re-informing it with new patterns (ideas) that are projected outward and act to systematically modify our perception of reality, and how we experience ourselves through and by way of that reality, that alters and shapes our “sense of self” as an intentional act. The willful mind stimulates the creative portion of the mind, which generates a reality out of stimulation. Whatever is stimulated within us, is activated and brought out as the basis for creating an experience that develops us by strengthening those aspects. Most people are content to live their entire life out of the thoughts and ideas instilled in them by others through their formative conditioning by other minds and wills. Most lend their will to create themselves as the idea or progeny of others, without ever realizing what they’re doing and why, or that they have the ability to begin shaping themselves by way of their own ability to willfully rewrite the memories of the subconscious and begin telling a new story that transforms and evolves the soul by way of that story. When we take an attitude of being mentally lazy and assume a passive role, subject to the conditions and circumstances of our life, we are ruled almost entirely by the mind and will of others, allowing them to do our thinking and creating for us. To appreciate the magnitude of this idea all you have to do is realize how few original thoughts or ideas come from the average person. Most think that by adopting and claiming as their own whatever they’ve been taught, were told, read, watched, and accepted as true, and therefore acted to make real as their reality through the acceptance and belief in it. Summary The feminine is the primary principle of the mind operating within the material realm as its creator. The entire material world of what we call reality, including the body we inhabit, is produced and maintained by the creative power of the Feminine Principle, which has no will of its own, and is always acting as the passive receptor of the will as mental impressions and seeded ideas given as suggestion, that it turns into a reality in the imagination. The reality created in the imagination of the subconscious as its manifestation of will (Masculine Principle), is then “witnessed” by the conscious mind, both as it’s inner aspect and its outer reality which is produced as a projection of the inner, as being apart from it. Through our conscious perception of the outer world we experience our own inner, self-made creation. The outer world appears as an analogous correspondence to the inner imagining or an idea. The imagined reality as a living idea turns it into a vibratory frequency that connects us with that same idea in everything else, while simultaneously reordering the appearance of the outer world through resonance (making different components active and passive), forming our perception of it out of which we experience ourselves in relationship with it. The subconscious is programmed to produce realities by either aspect of the active (masculine) mind of both the Higher Will, which feeds it memory acquired from past deeds, or the personal will which has the ability to give it mental impressions of realities that contradict, and therefore transform the dynamic patterns of karmic memory, producing new realities and experiences in its place that become memories as the programming of the body and personality. For this reason the soul is referred to as feminine, and the will as the active force of both the Higher Mind and complementary aspect on the material plane as the masculine. These terms have nothing to do with sexual gender of being a man or woman (because we all have both), and are instead referring to the polar and complementary aspects as the dual nature and mind that’s creatively active in every individual and manifestation of reality. The soul, like the mind, has three aspects, all of which contain both feminine and masculine components that exist in polarity not only within the same plane, but within complementary and parallel planes of higher and lower, or smaller planes nested within greater planes, all of which interact by stimulating each other through feminine and masculine aspects which form a harmonious union as a unified creation of self and the reality in which the Self lives. The Higher Mind works through the feminine subconscious mind of the lower plane, which is passive and able to receive ideas for manifesting as reality. The masculine, conscious mind of the body, being active also, can’t receive ideas or guidance directly from the Higher Self, and relies instead on the subconscious to reflect the ideas in the imagination as mental impressions it’s been impregnated with, or through what’s being realized through the outer reality which is also being produced as a projection and reflection of the subconscious imagination. This is why in Esoteric literature the man is always depicted as looking at his female companion (wife) with his arms outreached, who’s looking upward at the angel that oversees both of them as their guiding light. Dr. Linda Gadbois Integrative Mind-Body Medicine Consultant and Spiritual Mentor                

Tesla’s Dynamic Theory of Gravity and the Universal Law of the Triad

Tesla’s Fascination with 3, 6, and 9, was due to the Laws they Represented . . .

 

What many people don’t realize about Tesla and his method of conceiving ideas, is that he had a very pronounced understanding of the Universal Laws that govern the universe and all of life and always formed his ideas based on them, or he tuned into these ideas in the astral plane and received them “whole” as working models of Universal Laws. While we can say that many ideas, especially ones involving the universe, exist largely in theoretical terms, and therefore can only be proven through mathematics, if we understand the nature of law, we know this isn’t true, because the same laws pertain to all levels and scales of reality, and any law operating at the universal scale also operates at the smaller scale of our own physical existence. The same laws that form and spin galaxies form and spin atoms and molecules; they operate through the same principle, at different scales and magnitudes.

Tesla opposed Einstein in several areas, one of which was the theory of gravity. Einstein postulated that space “curved” around material objects, and this curvature of space is what produced gravity and held planets in place. Much like a ball placed in water displaces the water, and yet is held in place by the water. Tesla however, disagreed with this theory because it violated fundamental laws. Not only in the sense that Einstein’s theory was based on a material object with material properties being able to produce an effect in an invisible field possessing no material properties, but also based on the law of opposites (polarity), which states that all action creates an equal and opposite reaction. Energy and matter operate according to “opposite” laws that are complementary and paradoxical, yet both are true and a part of the same observable reality.

Tesla argued that if a material object caused a curve, the reaction (opposite) would straighten it back out, counterbalancing it. Einstein’s theory also postulated that invisible space as subtle energy didn’t have the ability to penetrate material objects, and instead curved around them. Yet the very law governing all matter as an invisible force that acts to “move it” or “vibrate” it, does so through resonance, in which energy “enters into” (sympathetic induction), separates into polar aspects as electromagnetism that “spins matter”, giving it “life” as activity. Everything that exists is vibrating, is in motion propelled by invisible forces that can’t be physically measured. These invisible forces move into and through matter, inhabiting it by splitting into EM forces that create an attraction and repulsion that spin it while simultaneously stabilizing it into a functioning system.

Tesla’s theory of gravity followed the spiritual principles of subtle and gross matter, represented by what’s referred to as the four Elements of the material world and the Law of Resonance. His theory was that energy and mass weren’t exchangeable and therefore equivalent (E=mc2), but that mass drew in or absorbed energy from its environment (empty space). Subtle Energy as invisible forces that expand evenly in all directions in a circular motion and permeate all of the material world as the empty space it exists in (Monad), contains within it both active and passive components, and when it enters into matter, it splits into dual forces as electric and magnetic, which both pull together and push apart at the same time (Dyad), forming a spin that’s equilibrated between parallel poles. So the invisible forces moved in the opposite direction (horizontal spin) of the physical poles (vertical rod).

According to Tesla’s theory, what we experience as gravity, which holds us to a material object (Earth), yet can’t be felt with physical senses, is created by us being caught in the influx or pathway of the absorption of subtle energy from outer space. The spin of all material objects isn’t caused by the curvature of subtle energy around the object, but rather internally as the self-generated perpetual motion produced by an electromagnetic field that produces a subtle, yet pronounced effect of an opposite nature. This subtle energy, referred to as the Luminferous aether or Akasha field of consciousness itself, does not possess physical properties, and can’t be measured using physical instruments, yet is the intelligent life-force energy that readily moves through and into matter giving it “life” as the activity that “operates” it. The material object has no life, and is not “held together”, or capable of moving without this subtle, invisible, life-giving force. When this life-force leaves a body (no longer resonates), the body dies, is no longer operated through activity, and begins falling apart or disintegrating. It returns to basic elements and no longer forms a unified material body as a living entity.

Subtle energy as consciousness that structures and animates all material form, forms a relationship between spirit and matter as the soul. The soul is both material and spiritual in nature, and acts as a bridge between the two extremes. The soul is what determines the “quality of consciousness” the material body is capable of absorbing from the space around it as its intelligence, through resonance. The soul-spirit readily resonates with the body, entering into and inhabiting it as the mind, giving it all its activities as the life of the body and the personality that’s vibrating at a specific frequency as a quality of consciousness that attracts and draws in from the atmosphere around it more of the same quality of consciousness as a personality that forms natural behaviors and “ways of being”.

While gravity itself is still a complete mystery to science, we have identified what we call electromagnetic forces, and strong and weak forces, both of which are the dual or “inner material components” of Gravity itself as a unified field that vibrates and holds together the material world through electromagnetic energy, as opposing forces of the same thing. All material bodies are magnetic as passive and receptive, and act to draw into them the equivalent conscious energies around them. The body acts as a receiver for consciousness, and does not generate its own consciousness.  It receives it’s “life” from the invisible intelligence that exists all around us in the ether as the air and the atmosphere. This is why spirit is referred to as “air” acquired and inhabiting the body through breathing. Air is formed by a combination of light/heat and water/cold. Heat expands, cold contracts. Air, light, and water are all invisible, though air can be felt as wind, light can be felt as heat, and water can be felt as substance. Just as we breathe in air, which gives us life, we also absorb the vibratory conscious energy all around us, digesting, integrating, and reforming ourselves (body, mind, and soul) by way of it.

The Spirit is not formed of fixed into a stationary pattern, but is available as an intelligent resource for us to use to fashion our soul and body based on what “state” or vibratory frequency we exist in and naturally resonate with. Our gravitational force as the absorption of consciousness is what shapes us, holds us together as a “body” and mental paradigm, and gives us life as our personal consciousness. The unified field of the Luminferous aether or Akasha exists in a state of pure potential as a wave-like field that provides a form of menu, that we then use to select certain possibilities within this field through resonance as a primary form of “natural selection” that automatic in nature. By resonating with certain possibilities that we are ideal for actualizing, we draw them into our physical form where we use it them to create ourselves and our reality out of the same idea (Triad). The One as Subtle energy, enters into the parallel dimension of material form, divides into dual aspects of itself, pushing away and separating from itself to form the appearance of itself as another (outer), while entering into relationship with itself in another, attracting to and drawing back into itself disowned parts of itself being reflected, and together forms the “self” (particle and wave) as both the inner (particle) and the “reality” of the self (wave) as the outer.

Dr. Linda Gadbois 

Spiritual Scientist, Integrative Health Consultant, and Spiritual Mentor

The Soul as the Subconscious Mind and the Holographic Nature of Reality

The mind exists as a unified being that’s dual in nature. The mind exists as a fundamental paradox that’s both local and non-local. It exists within a body and as part of the outer environment in which the body lives, and forms experiences of itself “as” a body. The primordial mind forms both the individual and the species that the individual exists as a part of. We always have the single being and the multitude as polar opposites of the same mind that creates both. The mind in its primary state exists as both the particle (individual) and the wave (the entire environment in which the individual lives) simultaneously, with the particle being but one potential contained within the wave of infinite potential. The mind of the individual is also the mind of the outer environment in which it lives and exists as being of the same nature and formed with the same characteristics.

Mass consciousness of an entire Eco-system, exists as the collective unconsciousness of a species as what we call “instinct” and automated consciousness, or tribal knowledge, as a group or universal mind, and on a smaller scale forms the collective memories of the individual. All of life, and the mind that produces and perceives it, is comprised of various types and levels of memory. Memory as a form of instinctual or automated function and behaviors, is what we create our experiences out of, that generates and produces more of the same type of memories. The law of regeneration forms the self-perpetuating evolution of the individual, the species they’re associated with, and the mass consciousness they participate in populating. Memory of the soul resonates with the genetic memory of the body, and together as a combination of shared memory, structure the body to be of the same nature as the soul which inhabits it (becomes one with it) as its vehicle for creating experiences of itself within the material realm of its own creation, developing or shaping itself through or by way of unique variations of the same basic idea.

Memory, which is inherent as the basis (structured model) for the subconscious mind, genetic characteristics of the body, and the soul, all bond together (become one and effect each other) by absorbing into each other (sympathetic induction), because they’re of the same vibratory frequency or nature, and therefore resonate with each other. The mind acts as the vehicle for the soul as the mental paradigm formed from the memories of the soul which “charge it”, organizing it into a dynamic model of interwoven and interlaced frequencies that are congruent, and together form a cohesive and consistent outer material reality, and a  material body that’s located within the outer reality. The soul as the mind, exists in duality as both the inner (particle) and the outer (wave). The mind is a living energy field of pure intelligence as accumulated memory that completely produces all aspects of the material world, that it then lives in as a way of experiencing itself as located within a specific place and time, and shapes itself by way of those experiences. The soul as the mind, follows and operates by way of the same laws on different scales and “levels of reality”. Just as we have a universal mind, we also have the collective mind of the Earth, the group mind of a tribe or community, of a family unit and bloodline, and of an individual who lives and functions within the same mind at different levels or degrees of shared consciousness.

The subconscious mind is the level of the mind we share with all of Nature, and especially of the plant and animal kingdom, which are living biological systems that grow, develop, and produce natural behaviors out of “instinct” that’s automated in nature and governed by the Sun, Moon, and heavenly bodies through cycles and natural processes conducted by invisible forces. The Earth itself is a living entity with a soul and mind (energy field as the atmosphere), as collective archetypal (universal) memory that produces and gives life to everything that lives within and by way of it. All of life on Earth is governed by the Natural Laws of the material plane, which form a direct correspondence to Universal Laws that govern the entire universe, being played out on a smaller scale and as a unique variation of life forms based on the evolutionary flow that stems from new combinations of memory and intelligence (DNA), which act together to form unique characteristics that evolve life based on unique formulas that endow it with specialized traits, tendencies, and degrees of consciousness. All of life on the material plane is produced by the soul of the Earth as its consciousness and electromagnetic energy field, which is populated with memory as the instinctual field that produces and determines all of life that is born, lives, and sustained within it. All of the plant and animal kingdom only possess the subconscious faculty of the mind, and has no will of creative ability of its own, and is governed strictly and completely by the subconscious impulses that produce natural and automatic behaviors. They are a part of a group soul and collective unconscious as the mind of the Earth, also known as the morphogenetic field of archetypal or holographic memory.

Humans are born into the Natural world with not only a subconscious mind that we share in common with all of nature through our mammalian body, but also with the “self-conscious” mind as a latent faculty that’s systematically birthed by the subconscious mind and becomes active during puberty and adolescence, but also with the “higher mind and soul” that has creative abilities through the higher faculty of the imagination and will. These higher, creative capacities give us the ability to not only self-create, but also create the “environment” in which we live and thereby create ourselves within, or as an inherent part of that environment. Humans have an individual soul while also partaking in the group soul of the family and species, and directly effects and alters the outer environment by changing how it appears to them. The outer environment of the material plane is a product of the soul or mind as consciousness that shapes it through its “perception of it”. The consciousness of the willful and creative mind, enters into a direct relationship with matter (light substance) and reorders it to match the model or patterning of the mind that’s observing it. As we place our attention on something, we literally “enter into it” energetically (in spirit), and cause it to morph and change in its appearance to match our mental model (vibratory frequency) which serves to recompose it through resonance. Because we are creative and can shape imaginary realities in our mind’s eye as holographic images, and replay memories repeatedly by dwelling in them, we create “thought-forms” which act as archetypes as a form of virtual reality, that literally “populate” and propagate through the mind field of the Earth

The mind is electromagnetic in nature, and acts to influence the outer reality to form it according to the inner reality. Through polarity, the outer is produced or recomposed as the complementary opposite of the inner or subconscious mind, which is the aspect of the mind that is also a part of the environment or informational field of Nature. We literally rearrange (change how it appears) the material substance (light) of the outer world to match our “inner world”, which is formed by the experiences we create in the outer world, which then becomes the memory as programming that makes up our “model of the world” as our energetic frequency. There’s a perpetual motion of “cause and effect” going on all the time between the inner and the outer, as well as between the universal and the individual.  Vibration structures light substance (photons as astral light) into patterns as material forms that make up what we imagine or perceive as the “outer world”, which exists as the complementary opposite of the “inner world” that’s producing it, which then acts “on it” by stimulating it internally. We first project and produce the outer world as the polar opposite of the inner world which then acts to produce the inner world as the complementary opposite of the outer, which creates a self-perpetuating system of “stimulus – response”, as vibration on a larger scale moving between poles of opposites. We’re always acting “on ourselves” through different levels and degrees of consciousness to create ourselves and our experiences of life.

The subconscious mind as the electromagnetic energy field of the body, is centered to the core of the body and flows outward in a toroidal field of alternating and rotating electric (projecting) and magnetic (attractive) impulses, that extend outward quite some distance from the body, interacting with the electromagnetic mind fields of everything else, and through resonance as interference patterns, brings out and makes prominent some aspects, while other aspects recede and fade into the background unnoticed, changing the general appearance to a specialized version as the creation of the subconscious mind creating it. Through a process of attraction (drawing out or in) and repulsion (pushing away or eliminating), we reform the material world to match and be “like us”, to be of the same nature as we are. What’s of the same nature as we are in the outer environment becomes amplified and enhanced, and what’s not becomes canceled out and ceases to exist (for us). What we call the “outer world” is the result of an interference pattern which creates a hologram, represented in Sacred Geometry as the Dyad, which is the “womb of the universe” in which all material reality emerges, first as an inner reality shaped in the imagination or mind’s eye (triad), that’s then reflected downward and outward (looked through), forming another triangle that’s diametrically opposed (polar), that together form a diamond or square, the symbol of the material world as the Tetrad. This model demonstrates how the material world is formed through an interference pattern (where it interferes with itself (same frequency) in everything else), as the outer being produced as the polar opposite of the inner. This interference pattern merges two complementary frequencies forming a new pattern (vibration) through coherence, creates a hologram as a form of virtual reality that’s similar to a dream as “reliving a memory” in the imagination.

The subconscious mind is the mind of the material plane, and is what literally produces it through the act of “perceiving it”. As we perceive, we interpret, as we interpret we rearrange it to form a new composition as a personalized version of a universal theme. The subconscious mind as the lower, materialistic, animal-mind is what forms the illusion as a dream of the outer world, and the Higher mind as the creative, self-aware mind, or human soul (the soul exists on 3 planes and levels simultaneously), is what forms the template as an archetype or memory for the subconscious mind to produce as an outer reality, then perceives and experiences itself through its own projections. What we call the self-aware mind of the body (brain consciousness) is largely unaware of the hidden aspects of the subconscious mind which is what’s producing its outer perception of reality and all of its natural behaviors within that reality. By realizing that our subconscious mind is producing our outer perception of reality, we can come to realize the hidden content of our subconscious mind because it’s what’s producing our life experiences without our direct awareness. Because of this basic lack of self-awareness on the part of the “self-aware mind” (brain consciousness or local mind), we experience the outer world as being separate from us and “happening to us” from the outside and beyond our control.

Whatever we “react to” or feel a connection with in our outer world and others, shows us our polar and complementary aspects that acts to stimulate us by vibrating us. Complementary opposites as negative (feminine) and positive (masculine) extremes of the same idea or frequency, act on each other, creating a cohesive reality as a relationship and interaction with our unknown and hidden aspects (ones we lack awareness of and don’t own or feel we have) in another. Through this interaction of complementary opposites of known and unknown aspects of ourselves, we form our experience of reality through a story we tell ourselves about it, where we play a certain role in that story, and shape ourselves by how we sense ourselves through that role, that “means” something about us, and makes us into a certain type of person. We only “become” by contrasting and relating to others and our circumstances. The personality of the subconscious mind which forms all of our natural behaviors and ways of being, while also forming our outer reality as our perception and interpretation, births and gives rise to our ego or identity which is formed as an association and relationship with itself in its environment. The ego, as our identity is one aspect of ourselves, is formed from the material world, as another aspect of ourselves. One aspect of ourselves is always acting on the other aspect of ourselves as the means of shaping ourselves by way of our own, self-produced experiences. The One, separates from itself and creates the illusion of itself as another, in order to experience itself as something specific.

Karma, as memory that forms our mental paradigm, is a product of the subconscious mind of the soul and the genetic memory of the bloodline, which are always compatible and of the same nature and frequency, and together produce our entire experience of life as a perception of reality. In this way we repeat patterns by living out of the same vibratory frequencies as dynamic patterns that literally shape our outer reality and natural behaviors, tendencies, temperament, attitude, and ultimately our identity as the role we play in our own self-made story as a perception and experience of what we call “reality”. The material world, which is comprised of particles as clusters of photons (light) held together in spinning patterns by invisible forces, is not fixed, permanently formed, or stagnate. It’s a shimmering luster of constantly changing forms that shape-shift according to the mind interacting with it into new and varied holographic patterns, creating the appearance or illusion of being solid.

All form is created by a rate and mode of vibration. All vibration exists as a frequency that’s a scale or range of vibration that resonates (acts to excite or vibrate) with the same frequency in everything else. One pattern as a frequency interacts with another pattern of the same frequency, or within near proximity of its frequency, and merge into each other through the outer field of the mind, and interfere (change by causing a reaction) with that same frequency in another, rearranging it based on shared and compatible qualities, while counteracting and subduing ones that are not shared in common. Together they form a new harmonious pattern that alters the vibration of both, forming a new vibration as a variable pattern, that’s then acted out in a dynamic fashion to co-create a shared reality through a cooperative effort that both participate in by playing a complementary role in the same story as a thematic idea. Karma is the memory created and acquired from all previous self-created experiences that serve as the basis for creating more of the same type of reality while employing the same type of perceptions, behaviors, and activities. We enter into a karmic relationship with anyone who vibrates at the same frequency, shares the same dynamic patterning, and cooperates in creating the same type of reality as a theme by playing out the behavioral dynamic of that reality as a drama or story in which both play opposite and complementary roles.

The entire material world as we know it is created, operated, and sustained as a projection and injection of the mind. Vibration organizes light as particles into clusters as a pattern or hologram (3-D pattern) that structures both the outward reality (as a field of potential) and the inward reality. All of life and energy exists in polarity as complementary opposites of the same level and degree of consciousness. This field of energy as consciousness, is electromagnetic (masculine and feminine) in nature and flows as a circular, donut shaped respiratory pattern or torus of alternating currents. Electric emanating outward, magnetic circling back around and pulling back into its center. This circular flow of energy is comprised of two interlaced spheres that rotate in opposite directions forming a spiral, which rearranges matter into the same pattern as an outer reality that’s the complementary polar opposite of the inner reality. The outer is produced by the inner, and the inner is produced by the outer, as a “stimulus-response”, where the response then becomes the stimulus, forming a perpetual motion of equilibrium that’s self-produced and sustained.

Our mind as our electromagnetic field of intelligence or formula of specialized information, only “sees” in the outer environment what’s of the same nature and likeness as itself, and remakes (organizes) it accordingly, causing it to appear a certain way. This doesn’t mean that anything not of the same vibration doesn’t exist, it simply means it recedes to the background, providing a subdued setting, which for the most part goes completely unnoticed. How things appear to us as our perception of it, forms our reality. All reality as we know it is “subjective” in nature. And while we know there is an “objective reality” as shared consciousness and Nature, we’re only truly able to experience it as subjective because we’re perceiving it through our mind which alters it through the very act of perceiving it, making us subject to it. It’s only by changing our “mind” as an alignment between our conscious and subconscious mind, which is done by “reprogramming” the subconscious, that we change our self and our experience of life.

Our outer reality is coherent with our inner reality and reflects back to us the content of our subconscious mind, which we are largely unaware of. The masculine aspect of the mind perceives and shapes itself through the outer world, which is produced and maintained by the feminine, inner aspect of the subconscious mind. The feminine subconscious mind, births the masculine self-conscious mind, and provides the outer reality through which it shapes itself by forming an image of itself as the ego, which is based on and formed out of its material existence. This is represented by the symbol of the Madonna as Mother and Son. This is one of the symbolic significance’s of Christ always being accompanied by his mother, who created, nurtured, and sustained him. Together, the feminine and the masculine form both the inner and outer world whereby they form a unified identity as a single soul or being of “one heart and mind”, also known in Alchemy as the Divine Union or Chemical (energetic) Marriage.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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The Law of the Mind – Our Character, Nature, and Quality of Consciousness

The Law of Mentalism, which is the first principle of the seven primary principles of Hermetic Sciences, basically states that all of life and reality as we know it is a product of the mind. That Mind is all there is. Everything exists as a mental construct or dynamic concept contained within the mind. The outer reality and world of appearances is produced as an expression of the mind as its nature and character. It states that Spirit is the mind or invisible creative intelligence, as the substance we call subtle energy, matter, material form, and the phenomena of life. All material life forms are accompanied by an invisible electromagnetic energy field that organizes its form giving it distinct qualities and characteristics, and animates it with natural biological processes and behaviors as a means of using it as a vehicle for expression of different levels, degrees, and qualities of consciousness.

Thought, like the mind that produces it, is invisible and acts to shape (astral) light as substance into forms, images, and living scenarios through the faculty of the imagination. What we think and imagine determines how our outer reality “appears” to us as the expression and correspondence of our inner nature or character. Our mental paradigm is formed as a result of thoughts and experiences as we go along in life, all of which are created as the expression of our mental paradigm, and so it acts as a feedback loop of cause and effect, or action that produces a reaction, and we’re always acting “on ourselves to create ourselves”. All perception of the outer world is a projection of our mind, which then forms “how” we experience (interpret) the events of our life, which in turn forms our memories which are systematically integrated to modify the structure of our mind.

Our character as our inner nature is our mind as a paradigm or mental model as a quality, degree, and level of consciousness. All feeling sensation and thought arises from our mind as the invisible electromagnetic energy field that envelops, inhabits, and gives life to our body. Our body serves as a vehicle for our mind to create within the material world. Thoughts form as the demonstration of our inner nature, and is the natural expression and projection of our mind, and what acts to shape us by way of the experiences we create through our perceptions. The mind works “on itself” through outer projections that are then reflected back to it, stimulating those same qualities in our inner nature, and developing us by way of them. The outer is formed as a correspondence to the inner, then acts to stimulate the inner with the same qualities being expressed through a form of return, reaction, or self-reflection. What we put out as an outer expression, stimulates its polar opposite in everything and everyone else, and is returned to us in its polar state, which acts to give us more of the same feeling as an inward experience, that’s actually a response to our own mental projections.

All laws and principles are given as a “system of laws” that produce a systematic operation or creative process of a larger, unified process, and are given in a specific order to demonstrate the nature of the creative process involved as an unfolding, and so they should never be looked at or analyzed individually as though they’re independent of each other. Each one systematically emerges out of the preceding one which serves to activate it as a part of or natural function of the same creative process. All actions and operations of the Spirit-Mind are creative in nature, and all creation comes from a form of growth process of self-regeneration. The primary law contains all the other laws as latent potential that are activated and spontaneously emerge out of each other as the function, operation or set of behaviors of the one birthing it. So the order in which laws and principles are given is important to the understanding of the preceding one as its function, as well as contains all the preceding ones as an accumulative process that initiates and lays the foundation, or provides the necessary means for it to emerge in a spontaneous fashion, while containing all the ones proceeding out of it in their potential state.

Laws emerge from each other as they move between planes of existence in a descending movement from higher, purely spiritual or invisible planes, to a lower material plane as a form of coagulation, organizing and solidifying, or building process, and then enfold and return back into each other through an ascending movement, disintegrating the material form and existence back into a spiritual, invisible one. There’s always a dynamic and self-perpetuating unfolding and enfolding, expansion and contraction, outward breath and inward breath, an electric and magnetic polar component to the same movement. So when contemplating principles they should be seen and interpreted as a dynamic process of creation and disintegration, of life and death that moves from one state to another, transcending multiple planes that are all dynamically connected and the outer growth of each other.

The first principle of the Mind, is actually the unification of three principles into one. There are 10 primary principles (numbered 0 – 9), but the first three form the mind as three-fold in nature and is what gives birth to or makes possible the other seven. All principles form correspondences with numbers, letters, and symbolic images, and the Dyad, the first principle, is actually a combination of zero, one, and two, which form the Vesica Pisces as the “womb of the Universe”, and is considered the “parent number” because it gives birth to the other seven which spontaneously emerge out of it as offspring. The Dyad is the three primary principles, also called the supernal or trinity which originate on a higher plane, that form the material or individual mind, also symbolized by the triangle or pyramid, because it spans two dimensions as the One that enters into the lower material realm where it divides into polar aspects of itself as masculine and feminine, forming an electromagnetic field that’s self-perpetuating. Out of no-thing (zero) comes everything. The One divides and becomes dual as complementary polar opposites that serve to balance each other as a form of perpetual motion, or stimulus – response, cause and effect, being and doing, and passive and active.

The first of the seven is the Principle of Mentalism, the second is the Principle of Correspondence, the third, the Principle of Vibration, the fourth the Principle of Polarity, Fifth the Principle of Rhythm, the sixth Principle Cause and Effect, and the seventh, the Principle of Gender. The Mind is the ALL because everything emerges out of it as its expression and creation. The Mind exists as both the Micro and the Macro, or the Universal Mind that produced what we call the original creation as the Natural world or what we can call our “shared reality”, which is objective and neutral in nature, and the individual mind that then acts to reshape the objective reality into a personal creation as a subjective reality that’s formed as a correspondence to their mental paradigm as a basic form of self-expression.

The mind exists as a mental paradigm or model that forms our individual reality as a correspondence, or to be of the same nature and with the same likeness (qualities as polar opposites) as we are. The movement between extreme poles of the same quality of consciousness, forms the Principle of Vibration as perpetual motion between positive (masculine) and negative (feminine) poles, or from the center outward to an invisible parameter as a range or frequency, that projects outward, then folds back into itself and returns to the center, in a cyclical, rhythmic movement, or as a form of stimulus that produces a response between the inner and the outer, as a form of cause and effect through resonance and sympathetic induction that forms coherence by balancing the inner with the outer. The mind forms a relationship as perpetual movement between polar opposites of the same quality, character, or idea. Polarity provides a range of movement as a gradient scale between opposite aspects of the same idea that together forms the contrast and relationship necessary to create a common or shared reality as a joint experience that requires different roles in order to play out the same idea as a story-line or joint-experience.

The Principle of Rhythm is the back and forth movement between poles, the inward creating the outward by stimulating it into existence, and the outward complementary expression as a response stimulating the inner creating an experience of itself through the other. This back and forth interaction of cause and effect or an action that causes a like reaction, and the reaction becomes the action as a causal force that produces a like effect, and it goes back and forth. The Principle of Cause and Effect describing the reality of resonance as perpetual motion between extremes of the same frequency that “excite” each other into existence. The masculine and feminine aspect of the same dynamic or thematic reality necessary to create it as a joint experience, is born out of a form of passion and excitability for each other. This forms the Principle of Gender, everything, every living form, quality of consciousness, and reality has its masculine and feminine aspects, and in the plant, animal, and human kingdom, one is dominate as our sexual gender. Though each sex still has both aspects within their nature, and their sex doesn’t necessarily determine which energy is dominant emotionally and psychologically. A man can have strong feminine qualities, and a woman can display dominant masculine qualities.

This creative process forms the Principle of generation, regeneration, and creation that takes us back to the first principle as the One that exists in dual aspects, which act on each other to stimulate each other into existence by external forces activating internal forces of the same nature that become outwardly expressed as a shared or unified reality. Latent and passive internal states are made active and “brought out” by exciting or vibrating them. The masculine and feminine of the same vibratory frequency “resonate” with each other, and their energy enters into and effects each other, as a form of energetic sex or procreation, that alter each others vibration and together form a new vibration as a variation (relationship), that’s created by combining aspects that they share in common as polar opposites of the same quality and character, into a unique version that serves to modify and adjust the vibration of both. Forming relationships as new combinations that modify our existing vibration is the most basic way we grow and develop new aspects of ourselves.

The mind as a vibratory frequency moves between two poles as extreme opposites of the same overall pattern as a thematic reality, taking on opposite and complementary roles necessary in acting out the same idea as a drama, joint reality, or co-creation, as the substantial reality that underlies and serves to orchestrate the outward manifestation, producing the phenomena of Life as Reality. As we project onto others and our environment, we don’t act to attract or stimulate the same role or quality that we ourselves play, but the opposite role in the same dynamic necessary for producing the same reality as a joint experience that we play the complementary role in. For example, a person who is imprinted with the role of “victim”, doesn’t attract or serve to stimulate other victims, but rather attracts “victimizers” that will play the opposite role in the same dynamic that they’re identified with (vibrate at that frequency). Abused people attract and act to agitate those who will abuse them so they can play the role they’ve built their identity around. Our identity is created and expressed by the story we tell about things, about ourselves and what happened to us, about others and what they did to us, and about the way life is, which we act out unconsciously through natural behaviors that we employ. Our story forms our pattern as a vibratory frequency and mental paradigm that perfectly attracts and stimulates the person who’ll be ideal for playing the opposite role in the same life theme. We’re always the star of our movie and attracting or looking for our ideal co-star. We naturally enter into relationship with those of the same conditioning and mind-set, the same vibratory frequency and behavioral dynamics as we are.

We “see” in others what’s of the same quality (dynamic) that we ourselves possess that’s the complementary opposite, or that can play the co-star in the same drama as a certain type of experience or reality. All of life is a co-creation between the inner and the outer, and between ourselves and others. Life as a reality forms a correspondence to our mental model, which is what’s creating it by perceiving it and interpreting it to give it the meaning it has, which is what we build our story about it around. All vibration forms patterns as a self-organizing feature that acts as a cause that’s forever stimulating the effect as a return or reflection of the complementary aspect that we serve as the outward expression for that we’re largely unaware of. This reality that we’re imprinted with as a story-line, reflects back to us opposite and unconscious aspects of ourselves in others, that we act to create by stimulating, though we can’t see or realize what we’re doing, because we’re not aware of our own projections and behaviors. We think that projection means we see in others (and react too) the same qualities that we possess, and while this is true, we see and stimulate the opposite aspect of the same quality, it’s polar opposite or what serves to stimulate it into activity where we form an illusion around it as our perception of reality and what’s really going on.

Whatever role or drama as a story-line we’re identified with and always playing out as our natural behavior, we attract, stimulate, and enter into relationship with those who are imprinted with the same patterns – of the same vibratory frequency as a quality and mode of consciousness – that will cooperatively participate in acting it out and co-creating the same type of reality with us. We always attract and are attracted to the perfect co-star for our movie. Whatever dynamic and role we are identified with and use to form our basic perception out of as our life story or consistent type of experience, we vibrate at that frequency, and resonate with the opposite and complementary role in the same reality. Our reality is a product of our mind as our perception and interpretation, and an expression of our vibratory frequency as a quality of consciousness that forms our basic personality.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Mind-Body  Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor     

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Thought and Emotion – the Masculine and Feminine Energies and the Elements

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Thought and emotion exist on different planes a part from each other, yet always interactive on the lower, material plane of manifested reality. They combine as form and motivation, and together produce material reality as their offspring. In Sacred Geometry, thought and emotion form the Dyad as the “parental principle” that gives birth to material reality, first internally, represented by the triad, then externally as the material equivalent, represented by the tetrad, or cube. The cube, turned 90 degrees, forms a diamond as two opposite triangles, the upper one being the internal imagined creation, and the lower triangle, its reflection in the outer world. In terms of numerology and the manifest world or Natural principles, 3 is the first actual number as the astral form that provides the template for producing the material form as a correspondence. So out of what we call the 10 primary laws, which are numbered 0 through 9, with 10 being the repeat of 1 on a higher scale, all emanating out of nothing (0) as Monads or a “sphere of consciousness”, we have 7 material principles that are the very foundation and underlying nature of all manifest reality.

In Elemental terms, while we say there are 4 primary ones, Fire, Water, Air, and Earth, in fact, there are really only two primary ones, Fire and Water, whose combination produces Air as a mental atmosphere, which all combined, form, or should I say “in-form” material reality. Not so much in the literal sense, but in the metaphorical sense of producing the perceptual lens of the individual mind that acts naturally to restructures matter to form personalized versions of reality as a unique creation. The astral plane is the point of inception where a pure idea enters into the subtle realms of the material plane, and “produces” a feeling sensation that invokes an emotion that’s of the same nature as the idea. This “matching” of thought and emotion takes place through a basic form of resonance and sympathetic induction, which together harmonize and form coherence resulting in a stable and fixed idea.

So thought and emotion are always in-sync with each other on the material plane, and do not exist a part from each other. They’re always involved in a dynamic interplay and together produce our subjective, individual version of a larger, objective reality. While the outer material reality remains neutral as Nature itself and is what makes up mass consciousness, the inner, subtle reality of the mind, looking through its own self-created perceptual lens, “sees” a slightly different version as a subjective reality, which produces how it experiences the outer world. Our “experience” of the outer world is always our personal creation, produced exclusively by us.

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Thought and emotion exist as active and passive aspects of the same reality, and together form a unified field as an experience of the “Self” within that reality. Pure thought as archetypal ideas, being of a higher plane, exists independent of emotion, and is not determined by emotion, so it’s pure in the sense that it hasn’t been corrupted modified with personal agendas as needs, desires, and preferences of some sort. The mind only marries emotion when it enters into the physical body. Emotion is the language and motivating force of the body. When emotion is coupled with thought, it acts to motivate the thoughts to become the expression of the emotion as the reality indicated in the emotion. Emotion is transmitted constantly within the astral plane of the Earth, which girdles it as its atmosphere or mind.

What we call the astral plane of the earth, operates according to the same laws of the individual mind, and is populated with the thought-forms produced by the individual, human (creative) minds as what we could think of as the “collective unconscious”, or the subconscious-group mind, which “is” the mind of the lower, earth realm. As we think and dwell in emotional thoughts, we not only populate our own astral field with those thoughts, but we simultaneously populate the greater mind of the earth, transmitting them through the medium of the astral light, making them conceivable by other minds of the same nature (vibratory frequency) at the subconscious level. Because this is a transmission and conception of the subconscious mind, we lack direct awareness of where our thoughts come from, or why we suddenly start thinking about something for no apparent reason.

Fire as thought and water as emotion creates air as the invisible atmosphere around the material body as the concrete or material mind that emanates quite some distance from the body. Life as a material reality is produced by a combination of information that’s grown by a life-force, sexual energy that arouses and expands it into a full sensory experience. Ideas only manifest as a material reality by entering into holy matrimony with the life-force energy of the body. Material reality is born as the offspring of sensory thought, driven and applied by the complementary emotions which produces the behaviors necessary to create the idea in the outer world. Thought impregnates matter as the conception of an idea that’s grown through a gestation period in the imagination into a specialized version by adapting it to the individual and their life circumstances, modifying it accordingly, to produce a unique and novel version of the idea as a personalization.  On the plane of pure thought, archetypal ideas are universal, and on the material plane, emotions are universal. What connects us here isn’t our individual thoughts, which will differ with everybody in regard to the same emotional state, but our emotions, which are universal in nature and effect everyone equally, and though they may provoke different types of thoughts in response to them, they follow very distinct themes that produce the reality of those themes, regardless of the type of thoughts being used in relation to them.

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Thoughts and emotions exist in polarity, and on the material plane, thought is a passive vehicle for emotion, and on the non-material plane that accompanies this one, emotion is the passive vehicle for thought. In other words, on the material, emotion produces and gives life to thought, and on the higher plane, thought generates emotion as a natural response to it or as its physical equivalent. Thought devoid of emotion remains pure and undistorted or uncontaminated, meaning it’s in full control of itself and not being influenced or coerced by anything else. This is the pure spiritual realm of archetypes as what we call universal ideas that act as the templates or prototypes for organizing and producing corresponding realities. They never actually enter into the lower realms and actually “mix” with matter, and so they remain pure and unadulterated.

Once an archetype as a living pattern or idea is brought down into the material realm of the body (feminine), it merges into and becomes one with the emotions of the body, where it forms into a personal expression of the same type of thought, changed as an adaptation to the emotion it’s married to which acts to modify it. How the thought is developed or skewed to create the experience of reality is based on what’s motivating it. Thought as ideas outside of the material plane, exists in a holistic state of masculine and feminine in a harmonized state of perfect control and stability, where nothing from the outside is moving into it and effecting it and thereby transforming it. Once it moves into a material body, it’s greatly impacted by the emotions of the body, which, if left unattended, will completely control it and change its fundamental nature to be something entirely different.

The idea becomes to bring the emotions of the body under the full control of the mind, and use them as a kind of tool or instrument for expressing thought in it’s pure form by amplifying and intensifying it to produce the idea as an actual experience of reality. The mind has the ability to control and utilize the body as the means of actualizing the ideas of the mind to produce a corresponding reality as an experience of the outer world. While the masculine represents the outer world on the physical plane, within the body, it’s experienced as the inner world of thought. The feminine on the mental plane represents the outer world as separation or being apart from thought, yet is experienced as an inner sensation that takes control and motivates the mind to produce the thoughts inherent in the emotion. They exchange roles as active and passive components of the same creative expression, which turns the universal into the individual, by drawing the mind (ideas as thoughts) into the body and marrying it to sensations of the emotions, and together producing an experience of itself as outside of itself, as what we call the actual or material reality that we all share in common.

Dr, Linda Gadbois   

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

Interference Patterns Create Reality – Relationship and the Transformative Ability of Complementary Frequencies

 By understanding the primary substance and structure of all reality as photons or light that possess the qualities of both a particle and a wave, yet exists primarily in wave-form, only shape shifting into a particle when being measured (observed) “as” something specific (stabilized into a specific configuration by a matrix of other fully interacting interference patterns), and therefore taking on a specific material appearance, we can understand how light of various forms is always interacting with the same frequency in everything else, and transforming itself through the relationship it forms with it as an interference pattern of a unique nature. By building a conceptual model of this idea in our mind, we can gain a working understanding of it, which is what is needed in order to utilize the knowledge that it contains, and use that knowledge in a deliberate manner to self-create.

What this idea basically shows us, is that light (the substance of matter) exists as waves of different frequencies that are all interacting with each other through a dynamic matrix of relationships based on angles, degrees, and proportions. A wave-form can be thought of as a frequency or range of vibration that has indigenous patterning inherent in it as a form of “theme”. All the potential realities of that theme are contained within it as in a purely “potential state”, which means “unformed” or uncreated (in the material sense). One potential as a possibility, is “selected” by the relationship it forms with another mind or energy field of the same frequency (theme) that “collapses” the wave (an infinite number of possibility) into “one” as the complementary match to the mind interacting with it. All (material) reality only exists through a relationship of two interacting fields that together create a new combination as a congruent version of a universal reality. The universal exists as all possibilities within a given idea as a theme, and the personalized version emerges through a very basic form of “choice and will” as an interaction of the individual consciousness with the universal, forming a subjective reality that expresses the same theme in a unique fashion as a personal creation. Here, I’m going to keep it simple in order to establish a basic idea that’s necessary in order to set-up the basic law as an idea that will allow the process of personal realization to take place as a means of developing it through your own understanding, rather than from somebody else’s description that you accept as fact without an intuitive cognition.

The light of the universe as we currently know it, correlates with the musical scale, where frequencies exist in a hierarchical structure as a scale that are formed out of the same basic tones that moves through a series of progressions from a lower vibration to a higher one, all within the same scale as a range of vibration or frequency. Starting at the lower end and moving up the scale, it builds on itself as an accumulative process of absorption, synthesis and coherence. All the notes of one scale (7 primary) as an accumulative building effect or summation, form the tone (vibration) that becomes the first note in the next higher scale. So the first note of any scale, is both the beginning (new) and the end (total of the previous). The entire summation of the previous begins the building process of the next procession. Notes, as frequencies in the lower half of the scale can only resonate with the higher notes of the scale that preceded it, and can’t fully resonate with the higher notes within the same scale, until it undergoes a progressive process of resonating, absorbing and integrating with the slightly higher vibration within its range (2 to 3 notes), because the gap is to great, and it acts instead to repel it, or fails to be able to conceive of it. You have to get over half way (3.5 or 4) through the scale (7) in order to begin vibrating with the next higher scale (phi relationship of halves and doubles). So one frequency is only capable of resonating (harmonizing) with the frequencies that it’s comprised of and contains within its own vibratory structure, or the ones that are within close range of it that once comprehended “raise its vibration” or increases its ability to perceive higher ideas. The mind as an energy field can’t form harmony with ones that are too far away or of a significantly different structure as a mental model or paradigm.

Light of a certain frequency exists everywhere at once (through the larger unified field) in its wave form, and is omnipresent and omnipotent. As it propagates through space and time, it interferes with itself (same frequency) in everything else. As it interferes (effects and reshapes) through a relationship it forms with itself (same frequency) in another (unique aspect of that frequency), based on the differences in where it’s at on the shared scale, it matches and reinforces some qualities and aspects, while contrasting and canceling out other aspects. Through varying degrees and angles it acts on another with the same frequency to transform it through a natural reformulation of qualities that reform its characteristics, by activating and amplifying some, while deactivating and returning to a latent state other qualities. So it acts to reconfigure what’s being expressed and what’s not, within the already existing nature of a person or thing. Because the interaction is of a subtle nature (energetic) and largely unconscious in nature, and only works through already existing qualities and characteristics, the change comes about in what seems like a totally natural way. Totally natural means without direct awareness, because it’s “in us” to be that way, and so we don’t necessarily realize that we’re being manipulated and our mind modified by an interfering mind or force.

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So the interaction that’s going on all the time as the energetic frequencies of a subtle nature, are constantly acting on us at the subconscious level to grow and transform us through natural means. Light, as photons, which is the primal substance of what we call matter, exists naturally as a wave, which permeates the entire fabric of space or the ether, and is not affected or diminished by distance or the illusion of separation as individual beings or particles. Because of this unifying existence of wave-forms as vibratory frequencies that make up the fabric of life, we are effected, and ultimately being shaped and reformed by the influence of light that exists throughout the universe, not just within the Earth-plane. This means that light traveling from (what seems like) distant stars are interacting with us energetically (that are of the same frequency or range of vibration), and producing a subtle and unconscious effect in us, causing us to access and take on certain aspects of ourselves and bringing them into expression within our daily lives, while removing our attention from others, returning them to a passive and inactive state. In this way, through subtleties that work within our own nature, to simply reconfigure our conscious matrix, we are influenced to undergo natural and gradual changes, that over an extended period of time, can serve to transform us in a somewhat drastic way, moving us into upper or lower scales as qualities of consciousness that we strengthen and develop into a natural part of our character.

Light, as subtle energy, interferes with and influences us by altering our “state”. Our state as our vibration is our mind or accumulated energy of consciousness that we experience from “within it”, as being it, and so, as new aspects of ourselves are brought into an active state, while others are turned off, we can remain essentially unaware, in the direct sense, of the changes we go through over extended periods of time. This is partly due to the fact that we’re no acquiring anything new or that’s significantly different or foreign, we’re simply coming into or utilizing different parts of ourselves that were always there to be utilized, but we simply never had before. Though the activation of new parts of ourselves can feel awkward and unfamiliar, this is simply because we haven’t developed them by utilizing them in some manner. In the normal sense, when we take an attitude of continuously learning and growing in our life, it comes as a natural growth process of becoming, or coming into new aspects of ourselves that give us new abilities and allow for a greater range of expression. This is analogous to the idea of activating latent potential or activating dormant abilities in our DNA, which is vibrating light also, as information, which works through a process of “turning on, or switching off”, and creating new combinations that express in new ways.

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As we draw in (magnetize) energy or light of varying complementary frequencies, and develop in us the qualities they predispose us to, fully integrating and harmonizing them as part of our nature or natural way of being, we acquire them through an awareness of them and by actively bringing them into expression, we not only enhance our ability to draw in more of the same type of energy from various outside sources that are apart of the wave or field of that vibration, but we can draw in the new “ranges” associated with that vibration as a state of consciousness. By increasing or decreasing our vibration by what we actively express, becoming a magnet for more of the same state, we acquire and begin building it up as an accumulative process or graduation that alters our vibration accordingly, making it permanent.

While many are misled into thinking that the evolution of consciousness is a one-way street of constant progression and improvement, this is not the case. It’s a two-way street, and we can digress and degrade as well as progress and upgrade. It’s all about what we associate with on a daily or regular basis, whose energy we’re absorbing and assimilating at the subtle, unconscious level, that’s reforming us as a state of mind to be like them through the interference patterns that are always in place that reinforce and bring out some qualities through utilization, and canceling or deactivating other qualities through non-use, that ultimately transforms us accordingly. We are constantly moving up and down a scale of consciousness as “states of being”. Any interaction, whether literal and actual, or subtle and purely energetic or unconscious, with whatever we exist in some form of relationship with, or conduct our lives in near proximity of, is effecting us in some way. These effects may be noticeable as an actual dialogue or behaviors that we become aware of through our own reactions, while others come purely as a feeling or as imaginary mental impressions, our through the symbolic realities of our nightly dreams. We’re always being influenced and transformed by everything around us that’s within the same vibratory frequency or complementary range of vibration as we are.

If this energetic influence as our state of mind appeals to the qualities and characteristics of our “lower range”, then it acts to reproduce and accumulate more of that same consciousness through the experiences and memory it creates, devolving or degrading us to a lower frequency. If these energetic influences appeal to the consciousness of our “higher range”, developing and increasing those qualities, it advances us. As we move up the scale so to speak, our lower end becomes higher, and our highest even higher, making us no longer susceptible to the influence of anything that exists outside of our range. This is experienced as things or people and ideas that used to attract or cause a reaction in us, no longer affecting us. There’s no “emotional hook” (as the experience of resonance) that grabs onto and immediately engages you, and therefore is no longer “tempting”. You have no interest, no problem saying no, and walking away without continuing to think about it. Once you rise to a certain point you’re no longer in danger of falling back. You no longer relate, engage and participate, and it doesn’t even hold your attention. You no longer think about those type of things, or get distracted by them.

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So once we understand this basic law of light and energy, it gives us great insight into several things that previously eluded us or remained somewhat mysterious and therefore unusable. The most fundamental means we have of conscious and deliberate self-development is to intentionally place ourselves in certain environments, and associate only with those people that we respect, honor, admire, revere and aspire towards and want to become more like. Cultivate only relationships that foster our growth in a desirable way, honor and enhance our morality, and act naturally to bring out the best in us, strengthening and exercising our best and highest nature as virtues. While simultaneously severing ties with everyone and everything that doesn’t call on us to be the best we can be, or always act to contradict us and try to seductively persuade us to give up what we hold valuable and meaningful in order to agree and settle into being more like them.

People are always working on us just through their interaction with us to make us more like them, living out of the same values and quality of consciousness as a lifestyle or mind set, and conversing in the same way with the same attitude, while thinking the same type of things out of the same emotional perspective and attitude. They don’t do this necessarily on purpose, though some definitely do, but it comes as the very nature of the interaction itself that’s working at the energetic level to form interference patterns that work by way of reformulating our basic nature to match theirs. Whomever we enter into relationship with, acts naturally to transform some aspect of us through their influence, which, through resonance and sympathetic induction, eventually forms coherence and thereby becomes correlated as a coordinated (similar) movement and way of behaving. The more personal and intimate the relationship, the more pronounced the transformative effect. Intimate, sexual, and romantic relationships that involve deep feelings of love, ultimately produce the effect of becoming singular in nature and functioning together as a unified entity that’s of the same mind, nature, and style of expression. So these relationships are particularly important to engage in with full awareness of what they’re bringing out in you, and what kind of person you become when you’re with them. As well as, what you are acting to bring out in them as a means of creating a joint reality as the theme inherent in your shared vibration.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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The Dyad and the Primary Law of Relationship

The Dyad Demonstrates the most Fundamental Law of the Universe . . . .

All geometric shapes that make up Sacred Geometry represent universal laws as a dynamic series of correspondences and analogies as numbers, letters, symbols, colors, musical tones, etc. The Dyad, which is two circles (with centers) overlapping each other, connected at their centers, represents the Monad (sphere of consciousness as a torus) that regenerates (itself) and separates from itself, to create the appearance of a self and another, both of which are actually of the same self or mind, allowing itself to perceive itself as a reflection, and creating reality as a relationship with itself in another, or the same level and quality of consciousness in the greater, outer reality.

The Monad, which is a sphere of consciousness as the mind (electromagnetic field) that vibrates at a certain frequency, giving it distinct attributes, qualities, and characteristics, that enters into relationship (resonates and propagates) with that same vibratory frequency in everything else external to itself, as a shared quality of consciousness or similar mind-set. All of reality as we know it from and individual perspective of our “self” is produced through this fundamental relationship. All reality is formed through our perception of it. Our perception as a relationship with the same qualities externally that we possess internally, form our personal version of reality as a very basic form of self-expression. Our mind expresses as a distinct mode of consciousness, creating a specific type of reality, through which we experience our self within that reality, and by identifying with it, we shape ourselves (or strengthen and maintain our self) by way of our own unconscious expression. We are always the ones creating ourselves as a means of expressing our nature as a corresponding version of our mental conscious structure or vibratory frequency.

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The Dyad, which is the regeneration and projection of the Monad (sphere of consciousness) produces the Vesica Pisces as an interference pattern, which we call the “womb of the universe”. Out of a blended consciousness as a combination of complementary aspects of the same dynamic patterning, a seemingly objective reality emerges that combines both conscious (masculine) and unconscious (feminine) aspects of the same idea, forming a new variation. Out of the Vesica Pisces, emerges the Triad as one reality (unification) with a dual nature. The duality corresponds to the dual nature of the heart and brain, the right and left hemisphere of the brain, and the conscious and subconscious nature of the mind, both of which exist as the complementary opposite of the same being or overall consciousness.   The seemingly dual or divided aspects are actually parts of the same unified whole, and operate in relationship with each other to form a consistent version of both an inner and outer reality.

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The Triad represents the whole as an interaction of dual aspects. The whole exists on a higher plane (upper tip of the triangle), while the dual aspects exist on the lower (horizontal), material plane, and are necessary to create the illusion of “one” as having a counterpart as another. Our inner self (feminine) is stimulated by the opposite outer, active (masculine) aspect of itself, while the outer, is comprised largely of unconscious (feminine) aspects of the self as a mental projection). What we “see” in others are aspects of ourselves (notice this is plural) that we’re unaware (unconscious) of, that serve to stimulate us internally, forming a reaction to it, or feeling a sense of connection with it. In this way, our reactions to others and our external environment, are an interaction between conscious and unconscious aspects of ourselves, and provide us with a very clear mirror of our own subconscious mind.

Because all material reality is an outer perception of our own mind, the Dyad is considered the “parent number” (law), and is not considered an actual number, and the first number is “3”, which is the Triad as a combination that produces a singular reality. So the only actual numbers (material principles) are 3 through 9, or 7 in count, which represents the 7 aspects of light and sound as a whole unit (spectrum or octave), where 7 colors are the inner, hidden aspects of white or clear light, and the 7 notes of a musical scale combine into a single tone and form a whole as an octave (8). 8 is the number of infinity as a perpetual flow between 2 parallel dimensions, the inner and the outer, the upper and the lower, the invisible and perceivable, as a self-perpetuating motion that fuels itself and is self-contained.

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In quantum physics, which is based on the dual nature of light as being “both” the particle and the wave, thinks it discovered the true nature of reality as what’s called an “interference pattern”, where photons exist in 2 places at once and interfere with themselves, producing overlapping wave forms, that produce a new pattern within the part that’s overlapped or interfering with itself (dual aspect or other wave) as a new combination as a variation or potential. The overlapping waves, which form the Vesica Pisces, form a new pattern by “canceling out” certain aspects, while “amplifying” other aspects, changing what’s being emphasized by forming a new pattern out of shared (yet opposite) qualities, as a remixture, reformulation, or reconfiguration. This same principle applies as the “viewer” (self) perceiving the object (other) being viewed, that together form a new variation out of the same “self” or mind as an interaction or relationship between the mind (active) and matter (passive), forming a personal experience of a universal reality. Every mind (individual) creates a unique version of reality as an interaction between passive and active aspects of itself, experienced as an inner and outer reality, that’s actually being self created as a form of self-expression.

While modern scientist like to think this is a “new discovery”, it’s perfectly demonstrated conceptually in Ancient Wisdom using the exact same model, with the exact same implications. That spirit and matter are active and passive aspects of the same thing acting “on itself” to produce the “appearance” of an outer reality that’s apart from itself. This personalized version of reality as a quality of consciousness is the “offspring” as a combination of feminine and masculine aspects of the same vibration. Material reality in fact shape-shifts (morphs) according to the consciousness that impregnates it, that reformulates it as an animating quality and state of mind. All outer reality is a product of our “self” acting on itself in everything else. The individual mind (Monad) is the creator of its external reality as a projection of itself (Dyad). Our internal (centre) self (soul) connects with the same internal soul in everything else, stimulating it into existence as an active state within a passive vehicle.

The idea that science (material reality) can be separate from spirit as the invisible, purely energetic mind, is a fundamental error in thinking, because all material nature as we know it, and our investigation of it, is produced by the mind. The mind is what’s doing the thinking, forming the theories, and speculating about the material world, and the one asking the questions. All perception is an activity of the mind, and all science is the active investigation conducted by the mind. Without the mind, there would be no perception of the material world. Therefore all science is birthed and set into motion by the mind, and is in fact a “science of the mind”, that then perceives itself as being capable of existing independently of the mind. This is the most basic form of ignorance that eludes even the most learned among us, who still foolishly deny the existence of spirit, or imagine that consciousness is a product of the brain or the material body, without ever seeming to ask the question, who or what created the brain itself, the intelligence in DNA, and activates the cellular division and developmental process that first creates the body, that it then inhabits while consuming (converting matter to energy).

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In quantum physics we also observe what’s called the “plenum”, which is that point where things simply “pop into existence” from out of nowhere (invisible space). The Dyad, orientated vertically, forming an 8, demonstrates this as the division or moving from one dimension into another (shifting to a lower octave), where what exists clearly in an invisible realm, moves into, or generates a duplicate of itself that takes on a physical existence and becomes “visible” (to the physical senses). Then, the question becomes, where was it before it popped into existence? This is also demonstrated by the truth of light, as photons having “dual properties” as a particle and a wave, where it moves in and out of dual states, based on being “observed”, and as a wave form exists in a fundamental state of pure potential (uncreated), and which when observed or measured (which are the same thing), the wave form “collapses” into what appears to be a particle as “one possibility” out of literally an infinite number (represented by a horizontal 8), based on the mind observing it. We also know that all matter has an “antimatter” or invisible, purely energetic twin or dual component. All living entities are accompanied by an electromagnetic energy field (mind – intelligence) that gives it the life (activity) it has.

The atom, while many have been taught exists as a core particle with outer rotating particles (much like a solar system), actually exists as a cloud or vague impression, that only formulates into the particle model when observed – when the individual mind perceives (looks at) it. How it forms or appears, is a correspondence to the mind observing it. It forms to the expectation or belief of the mind stimulating it. Again, material matter is the passive (shapeable) component of the active force of the mind. Reality is shaped by our beliefs about it and the concepts we use to look at it through in order to get a working understanding of it.

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Sacred Geometry is the scientific system of principles and universal laws that demonstrate how spirit (invisible intelligent forces) create or produce material reality as a natural form of self-expression and self-creation. Spirit and matter are dual aspects of the same invisible idea made visible. They are not separate and therefore posed against each other, but are opposite and complementary aspects of the same reality (with dual properties) as a mental projection. Matter doesn’t possess a consciousness of its own, but is the receptor and vehicle for consciousness. Matter attracts, absorbs, and becomes one with consciousness as the outer expression of the inner mind. Consciousness impregnates matter, giving it life and animating it through a type of personality that has distinct behaviors of the quality of consciousness itself. These fundamental principles of life itself are demonstrated in the intuitive language of Sacred Geometry that was taught thousands of years ago as the knowledge received from the “gods”, who were also our creator, and the creator of the material world as we know it.

Dr. Linda Gadbois