The Law of the Triad – Resonance, Sympathetic Induction, and Coherence

The world is a vast soup of energy that’s always stimulating and interacting with itself in others. Each entity or material body contains energy and is stimulating – emanating or putting off a charge – that’s being received by everything around it that contains the same type of charge and therefore “can” receive it, while simultaneously being stimulated by everything around it that’s of the same vibration. Every energy body, which always accompanies a material body, is what we could call “charged” with certain vibrations as attributes and qualities of a distinct frequency, that are always interacting with that same frequency in everything else. We are only capable of being stimulated and our state altered by other energy bodies that are of the same frequency as we are. An outside stimulus can only activate and awaken in us what’s there to begin with. Energies that are of a different frequency than we are, operate out of a different state, and have little or no real affect on us. While they’re still a part of our environment in the typical sense, we view them objectively without any kind of reaction to them. In other words we don’t relate to them and don’t enter into a natural relationship with them.

All energy fields are comprised of three basic forces – active, passive, and neutral. Neutral is the balanced harmony of the active and passive. The active force is masculine, and the passive force feminine. The masculine initiates activity and the feminine responds to that activity in a complementary manner. The active force enters into and activates the passive, bringing it into expression and they exist in the same state as a unified whole or “One” as vibrating to the same frequency. The “charge” of any energy field is based on what elements of its entire energetic make-up are in an active state. Activity, similar to friction and heat, emanates, projects and transmits the active quality into the space around it, infusing it. This active force readily moves into and stimulates that same force in anything within near proximity that possesses that same quality, and can therefore be stimulated by it. The stimulating affect, activates the same quality and calls it forth into outer expression, altering the persons state to vibrate at the same rate. The active force in another awakens the same passive force in us. The passive is capable of receiving the active force, bringing it to life in us. It can only stimulate in anything else the same “quality of consciousness” that it possesses. It can’t awaken what doesn’t exist to be awakened. We don’t ever give people traits they don’t already possess; we simply bring them out in them. You can’t bring out in somebody what’s not there to bring out.

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Objects become charged through induction or sympathetic resonance. As forces are activated in us it reformulates a new pattern as a shift in vibration, changing our state of mind, and we begin vibrating in harmony with them, forming coherence. Our state, whether we realize it or not, is constantly undergoing adjustments based on the energetic interaction going on as a form of relationship we exist in with everything else. We’re affected by it, and it’s affected by us. We’re always blending into and taking on the energetic properties of everything around us. While this happens most prominently in our immediate environment, it also works throughout the larger energetic field of mass consciousness of which we are all apart of, and we connect with those of the same vibratory frequency as we are through a shared consciousness. This connection, through the same laws of resonance and induction, form a gravitational field between us and we begin steadily moving towards each other.

Whatever quality of consciousness we’re charged with to begin with as our soul’s essence and personality, becomes the vibratory basis out of which we form our initial relationships with everything else. Our consciousness as our mental state, determines what we feel a connection to, resonate with, have a natural interest in, and who and what we exist in natural relationships with and gravitate towards throughout our life. Because this vibratory consciousness operates at the subconscious level, and is happening spontaneously all the time, we often live our whole life out of the same frequency, entering into relationships of various sorts only with those of the same mind-set and attitude as we are. This natural process of polarization and resonance can only be significantly altered through conscious use of the mind. While the mind has the ability to control the activities of energetic interactions, because, of course, it exists on the same energetic plane as an energy field, and so works by way of the same laws, we have to know how to operate it in order to consciously create with it. The only way we can begin working with this energetic process is by becoming aware of it, and learning how to use our mind to control and direct energy. For this simple fact, we can only truly grow energetically by learning to manage our own energy field as our state of mind, and work to change our vibratory frequency as our quality of consciousness that’s known through our feelings, thoughts, emotions, moods, and actions.

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Because spiritual (energetic) growth requires conscious abilities and creative use of our will to discipline the normal activities of our subconscious mind which is always working in an unconscious and automatic fashion without our direct awareness, it only comes by way of deliberate action from an awakened state. We have to become aware of what’s always going on at the subconscious level, come to understand the nature of our own mind, and utilize our ability to choose and willfully act out new ways of being. By learning the laws that govern our mind and the energetic world, we can work through our mind to direct, control, and produce the qualities of consciousness that raise our vibratory state to higher and higher levels, bringing us into greater and greater understanding of what we previously didn’t even recognize as existing. We have to wake up and become aware of what’s really going on, and learn how to operate our mind and body to strategically cultivate our own mental and emotional being.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

The 4 Elements – The Etheric Body and the Nature of Memory

 

While there are many ways to look at what’s referred to as the 4 Elements, which represent the material realm, one of it’s most primary interpretations is as the very substance of what we think of as the material world as the experience produced by the mind that becomes the basis for memory. Memory, which comes from a reality, has the full building blocks or interactive components of an actual reality even when it exists in it potential or unformed state. The information it’s comprised of and the active force that brings it to life, are the basic “seed” necessary to produce a living reality. A seed as a series of encoded information contains strands of DNA that provide the material as a regenerative process and the spatial blueprints for creating a living form.

The 4 Elements as we’ve come to know them represent Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. These seemingly 4 components only signify 2 actual Elements of Fire and Water, which combined produces Air, and Earth represents the whole combination as a physical reality. In its original depiction, Water and Earth were considered one element, representing three Elements of the Triad or Triangle as the symbol of the 3 aspects of the mind that create an internal reality as the combination of Fire and Water, that was then reflected to produce the outward reality, symbolized by the number 4, or the Tetrad. Fire and Water are symbolic of the masculine and feminine polar aspects of Spirit as a unification. Spirit is traditionally represented as Air or breath. All of Life as we know it is comprised of the 2 Elements of “Yin and Yang”, and the 2 correspondences they form as their offspring which is the combination of them to produce material form.4 elementThe 4 Elements also form the Tetragrammaton, as the sacred name of God, commonly spelled “YHVH”, or YOD-HE-VAU-HE, where Yod represents Fire or Will, He represents Air as intellect, Vau represents Water as Feeling, and the second He represents Earth as the manifestation of will. This spelling, where only two letters are different or unique, though similar in structure to each other (Y V), and two are repeats (H H), is significant of the idea that only 2 true Elements exist as the single or unified constitution of the One- Spirit, and the other two are correspondences as the inner and outer reflection. These can also be seen as representing idea, thought, feeling, and action, which are always unified and create an experience of reality, both internally and externally. They are also always comprised to form a memory which either comes as the result of the manifested idea as the end result, or as the basis used for creating the outer experience as a material reality. Memory is both the beginning and the end, the creator, the outer experience as an event, and the one having the experience. We create our present experiences out of the accumulation of our past experiences as memory. Everything we learn, we acquire as a memory either as an imagined concept of an idea that forms it into an inner reality as a memory, or as an actual experience that contained a lesson and came about by experimenting. Notice that experiment and experience are almost the same word.

When we contemplate an idea and begin thinking about it, we form it into an internal conceptualization as an actual experience of the idea as a reality, or we form an internal representation as a metaphor that serves as a symbolic correspondence. Both of these are formed in our mind in much the same way we construct an actual memory, or replay it as a way of reliving it. There’s no actual difference between a memory created in the imagination of an idea, or one created through an actual event, outside of the fact that the actual event had significantly intense feelings and emotions associated with them. The only memories we attain in a detailed manner from our life experiences, are ones that had a significant emotional impact. The emotion is what forms the structure of the memory in terms of how we interpret it to form a story that we tell ourselves about why it happened and what it means.

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Memories are formed out of a combination of feeling sensations, emotions, and thoughts that produced distinct actions based on them. The memory, which is in reality a personalized interpretation of an outer neutral event, is activated by the emotion associated with it, or the same sensory content, that then activates the behavioral pattern of the memory, setting into motion a whole automatic pattern that repeats the past in the present, creating more of the same type of memories. This is why 5, as the pentagram or Pentad, symbolic of the etheric Element as “mind over matter”, operates by the principle of “regeneration”, further symbolized by the Fibonacci Sequence of reproduction in which the most recent past brought into the present produces the future, and the holographic affect also called fractal patterns, where the mind simply reproduces more patterns that are of the same nature (memory) as it is.

A memory can be thought of as a state of mind or vibration that contains the pattern as a blueprint for producing a reality in a completely unconscious and automatic fashion. How we create our experiences is based on our state of mind or our soul mood. Memories are living thought-forms shaped by the mind out of the Elements that are viewed and replayed – kept alive – in the imagination as the invisible patterns we picture in our mind over top of actual reality as an invisible or translucent story that we use to restructure our current reality to be of the same nature. We use memory to make our current situation mean the same thing as our past situation did.

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This reality that we form in our imagination is shaped out of the Elements as the etheric substance, or Astral Light. Just as light in the material world is actually invisible and only illuminates the atmosphere because it’s being both absorbed and reflected by dust and water particles in the air, is used inwardly by the mind of the individual to form an internal reality, even though it has the “feeling” of an actual visible picture, it’s translucent and invisible and can be viewed by superimposing it over or in front of the outer reality as our perceptual lens that we look through that determines what we see (that matches it and is being absorbed) and what we don’t see (what’s not a part of the same idea and is being reflected. Ideas exist in us in exactly the same way actual memories do, and can be used by the mind to form internal realities by picturing, sensationalizing, and thinking about them.

A thought is an active memory. While thoughts seem to be generated by the mind, they’re actually “tuned into and received” out of the invisible space around us, which is actually light intermingling with water and matter. The light of the material world that’s basically invisible in the physical world, comes from a star (our sun), and is therefore called “Astral Light”. Stars are the only living entities that are a true source of light. Everything else gets its material existence as matter, which is also light as photons, in its condensed form, by either absorbing or reflecting certain aspects or rays of light, which appears to us as colors or solid objects. This Astral Light that forms the Etheric body of all living forms, exists in four primary states as a gradient condensation as; electrified plasma (same substance as stars), gas, liquid, and solid. It’s used by the mind as a gas that behaves like a liquid, and can be shaped instantly into form by thinking. The power of the spoken Word (vibration), spoken both in silence to ourselves as thoughts, and outwardly as talking, comes through it’s ability to form images out of the words as the shapes they represent. As our mind thinks about something, it creates a reality out of it. The inner realities become the basis for outer realities of the same nature. As we think, we become. All of our experiences are our sole creation, produced by how we use our mind to perceive, interpret and tell ourselves a story about things. We shape, grow, and develop ourselves by way of our own story-telling and thought-forms.

pentagramThe 5th Element, represented by the Star or Pentad, represents the quintessence as the Ether body produced by how the mind shapes the 4 Elements into imagined and therefore “willed” realities. The Etheric body exists as a form of memory, or etheric substance that’s an (invisible) double or twin to the material body. The masculine (active and invisible) and feminine (passive and visible) aspects inherent in any physical body as the unification of dual yet complementary opposites. The etheric body forms the memory of the body, evolved by the soul through thinking, emoting, and imagining. The soul is the Astral Body, represented by 6, as another “star” image. The Astral Body is similar to the Air Element, and is the correspondence produced by the combination of Spirit as archetypal memory, and the body as individual memory, or Fire and Water. The soul is composed of accumulated memory acquired by combining archetypal memory to produce a variation as personal memory. As it acquires experiences from the body, it transposes them into personalized memory as the essence of the body, and absorbs and synthesizes it, evolving itself through the memory it attains.

The soul is the medium or intermediary between the Mental or Causal body and the physical – etheric body. Between pure spirit as unadulterated memory and its denser aspect as coagulated, specialized, and concentrated light as matter. Spirit exists in pure essence as archetypes and principles that are drawn on by the soul to bring into the body as a modified interpretation to create a specific experience by way of it. When the universal idea comes into physical expression, it has to come as an introduction of thought as suggestion into the individual form that’s a specialized combination of both physical-genetic and soul memory, that modifies it to fit the container of the individual mind necessary in order to conceive it, where it’s turned into a personalized version of the original. A thought or idea is drawn into the individual soul as a seeded reality that the soul-mind grows and shapes into a possible reality by imagining it that provides the subconscious mind of the body with a pattern for creating a reality out of. Likewise, the human soul, which has the power to create through thinking, feeling, and imagining as the will, creates thought forms as imagined realities formed out of intense emotional states that it dwells in an thinks about over and over, developing it with more detail and variations each time it thinks about it, infusing them with the souls life-force, that creates a form of virtual memory that populates the Astral Plane of the Earth, as our atmosphere or instinctual field of the subconscious mind, and acts the same as universal memory and is “picked up on” by other humans in much the same way they attract and acquire archetypal thoughts and ideas.

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This ability to create artificial memory as illusions born out of emotional states and fantasizing about them, is what’s referred to as the collective unconscious, or mass consciousness of the group mind. We can literally tune into and draw into our mind the thoughts of others around us, which come to us in the same way as any thought or memory, out of the clear blue, as a feeling we get or something we just start thinking about as a part of our continuous stream of thoughts. Most of the time we have no idea that we’re thinking someone else’s thoughts, because we only resonate – attract and act as a receiver for – those who have similar thoughts or are vibrating at a similar frequency. Because they’re similar to ours, we mistake them for our own, and often allow them to take hold in us by continuing to think about them. This is also the basis for telepathy and clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience, all of which come as transmissions in the Astral Plane.

So simply allow yourself to start recognizing the role memory plays as the very foundation for your thinking and imagining. As you think, observe yourself in terms of what it means to think. What is thought? What activities are you engaging in as you form thoughts as imagined concepts and scenarios? How is this similar or different from how you think about actual memories? Allow yourself to realize that all knowledge learned comes through memory of some form, whether simply imagined, memorized through repetition, imagined or conceptualized, or as an actual experience.

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Allow yourself to notice that what you’re thinking about today is very similar if not exactly the same as what you thought about yesterday, last week, or last year. Notice, that all you’re ever really doing, for the most part, is thinking the same type of thoughts born out of the same attitude and temperament consistently throughout our lives, evolving and varying them only slightly through different applications of the same basic ideas. Notice, especially as you get older, that even though your outer circumstances may be quite different today than they were five years ago, that inside, as a person, your nature has remained consistent, and in some cases unchanged. That all we’re ever really doing is growing ourselves by expanding and acquiring new kinds of memory, that evolve us into new ways of thinking, perceiving, and experiencing ourselves and the world around us. That while we believe our thoughts and memories were acquired neutrally or objectively by the events of our life that happened to us beyond our control, and that we’re the “way we are” because of what happened to us along the way, the fact is our life is the way it is because it’s a direct reflection of how we think about it. That what we call our experiences and memories are actually our own creation, and are completely subjective in nature.

While we don’t control the outer events and circumstances of our life, especially as children, how we interpret them internally creating our experience of them, is something we do all by ourselves, to ourselves. It comes completely by how we use the elements to first create an internal experience as feelings, emotion, thoughts, and meaning that form a story about what happened, and why, that forms how we experience and remember it. Long after that events gone, and no longer exists as real, and we’ve grown more mature through years, we still live out of and replay in our mind the same basic group of memories, creating more of the same type of experiences, and living out of the same type of story which becomes a life theme. Stories we told ourselves as children, are still the realities we’re living out of as adults. We shaped our identity as our sense of self out of our own stories about things. We completely live and die by way of our own mind that thinks and feels through our body, producing our experience of reality.

All reality is a product of memory.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Personal Transformation Coach and Integrative Mind-Body Health Consultant

 

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The Dual Nature of the Soul – The Material World Belongs to the Soul

We are so in tuned to our physical existence that it’s hard for us to form an idea about ourselves that’s outside or beyond our body. Many fail to recognize the fact that humans are composite beings, and unlike any other life form on Earth, has two souls which give us two distinctly different natures; a lower-animal nature, and a higher-divine nature. This is further complicated by the fact that many attribute the mind to being a product of the body (heart or brain), when in fact, it’s the other way around. The body is a product of the mind, just as all material reality is, and the mind is what provides the intelligence for it’s construction, and activates and regulates all the biological processes that make the body function, and is what holds it all together for a life-span of somewhere around eighty years or so. The mind is not associated to an organ of the body, but exists independent of the body, while permeating and enveloping the body in what we could call an etheric egg-shaped energy field. This energy field that surrounds and gives life to the body, is subtle and electromagnetic in nature, which means it functions according to the same universal laws as the biological world, and is always in the process of exchanging and integrating energy with everything else around it as a form of respiration and metabolic process.

 
The mind is synonymous with the soul. The lower-animal soul is the subconscious and self-conscious mind, or concrete mind, and the higher divine soul is of the higher-mind or superconscious. The soul is not a physical entity, but an energetic “state”. The soul doesn’t experience itself as “having a feeling”, but rather “is” the feeling itself. The soul has “pure experience” without sensory concepts or descriptions. It’s not a mind in a body, but the mind itself that inhabits a body. The mind is not the body experiencing “joy” as a mood or feeling, but is joy itself as a mental state. There’s no physical medium separating it from experience or that it needs in order to experience, but comes as a direct “inner” experience that maintains a connection to the outer world. The mind is our vibratory state as a quality of consciousness that produces our experiences as translated through the physical senses of the body.

vesicaWhatever state of mind we are vibrating at any given moment determines our mood, attitude, perception, and how we form all our experiences. It’s experience that’s direct as an internal “feeling” experience rather than “through” a body or medium, that alters and separates you from the experience itself. You “are the experience” rather than having the experience. Nothing separates or buffers you from the outer world. The mind, which is pure invisible energy as consciousness, blends into everything around it, becoming one with it in order to experience it directly “as it”. The subtle energy of the mind freely moves through and into matter of the physical realm and experiences itself within the material body it inhabits. It experiences itself as the physical body or object from within it, as an “inner” experience.

 
The physical body (matter) is the “middle man or avatar” for the higher human soul. Without the body, the soul is the same as pure experience, not associated to a body and able to travel freely within the outer reality which is contained “within” the soul. The soul itself is a field of consciousness held together as a stress-pattern or torsion field (axion or spin field) as an energetic state or vibratory frequency that gives it individual qualities. The mind is an invisible force in the material realm and in order to create or be in the material world, it has to enter into (resonate with), and bond with a physical body of some form, otherwise it remains unseen and unknowable. The body exists in relationship to the outer world of the senses, and is how the soul experiences itself “as” a physical being, or located within time and space. Because the human soul is not of the same sensory nature as the physical body, it can’t be experienced or perceived through the physical senses, which can’t penetrate deeply enough into the purely conscious realm to experience it as it is, without a sensory interpretation. Because the divine soul is different from the body, we often fail to recognize the true nature of our soul.

 
When the human soul is in the body, the internal experiences are very different than the external ones. While the soul is in the body, we feel the body belongs to us. Yet outside of the body (astral travel), we feel connected to and an inherent part of the greater reality around us, in the sense that there’s no boundary or sense of separation. Outside the body you experience yourself as an innate part of the outer environment, and no longer experience yourself as separate from it, or as an object within it. The inner soul becomes a part of the whole outer world, and experiences being apart of it just as we experience our head or hands as being apart of our body. We blend into and become interwoven with the outer world. The whole surrounding environment belongs to the soul, just as the hands and feet belong to the body. There’s no boundary between the inner and outer world, the effects of the sensory world pass perceptually through your being. You experience it as being the same as it. Everything is experienced from within it. There’s no thought process, judgment, or sensory interpretation of object and subject, but a direct experience of being it. This is the true nature of compassion (the language of the soul), which is taking on the natural internal perception of the soul and having the inner experience of another person or being you’re either observing or contemplating. By developing compassion towards or with other beings, we develop our soul’s perception, and experience the world in a unified manner from the center of our being. We experience another being’s life in the same way that they experience their life.

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The surrounding environment of what we perceive as the outer world belongs to the soul and is a projection of the mind necessary in order to experience itself in the world. When we observe something, we direct our attention onto or into it, our mind penetrates and indirectly (subtlety) affects it. We’re always influencing and subtlety affecting everyone and everything around us through our very perception of it, which reformulates its active and passive components in response or interaction with our mental state. Subtle energy is a concentration (quality) expanded over a greater area and therefore diluted (in physical terms) that, while it doesn’t cause an intense or pronounced affect in the physical realm, it does produce a greater affect over and extended period of time in the energetic realm. We could get a good idea of the difference between physical energy and subtle energy by thinking of the physical as an emotional charge or high amplitude or strong dose, that causes a immediate and intense affect that’s short lived and dies down fairly quick, and the subtle energy as more of a mood or low frequency that can last for days, weeks, or even months, and while it seems lighter in its effect, it lasts for a far greater period of time. The soul is capable of experiencing outside of the physical body, because the outer environment, which is all connected to and a part of the subconscious mind or instinctual field, belongs to is an innate part of the soul. The greater mind, universal consciousness, or the collective unconscious is all a part of the planetary mind that governs all life on the planet, and is of the same nature (or kingdom) as the human soul. This field of energy, which is also called the astral plane of light or the morphogenetic field of archetypal memory is the domain of the soul. The soul is astral light as pure consciousness that creates memory out of acquired experiences that evolve it through various states and build up as an accumulative affect.

 
All reality as we know it exists in planes of interwoven dimensions as a hierarchy of consciousness, also referred to as “kingdoms”. Within our physical reality we have the mineral, plant, animal, and human kingdoms. Each level of life, contains the entire lower level within its being, is interdependent on it, and the entirety of the lower plane(s) forms the fundamental basis for the next plane of life to spontaneously and naturally arise out of it. Out of the mineral kingdom comes the plant kingdom, comprised of the very minerals themselves and dependent on them for life. Out of the plant kingdom comes the animal kingdom, whose body is formed out of the mineral and plant kingdom, and out of which the human kingdom emerges as the avatar body for the divine soul of mankind. The human soul takes on an animal body, which provides the vehicle for experiencing the material world “as a body or individual”, in order to consciously evolve it to a higher level of moral intelligence and biological functioning. The entirety of the lower planes forms the foundation necessary for the next plane to grow and develop out of or ny way of it. The higher plane therefore contains within its very nature and substance, the combination of all planes below it, which is necessary for it to emerge as a unique life form through a natural evolutionary growth process. Just as Universal Laws all emerge out of each other as a form of unfolding or growth process, where the Monad contains within it the full potential of the other laws that systematically issue forth from it. This hierarchical structure of one level of reality consisting of multiple dimensions all interwoven into one greater reality is consistent throughout all of life as we know it. The mind which is of “pure experience” within itself, needs the entire outer world in order to set the stage for experiencing itself in the world as a part of the world. It acquires experience by way of the whole reality and the memory of the collective unconscious, which governs the instinctual mind that all of nature share in common.

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Memory, which is inherent in the instinctual mind as its basic programming out of which all experience and behaviors are created, propagates and acts to create more of the same type of memories through the experiences formed out of them. The human soul has the creative capacity to willfully create new experiences of itself (in a body) that are not the unconscious reproduction of the memories produced by the lower mind through its formative conditioning, but it can only do so when it quits identifying with the past experiences of the body, and realizes that what it perceives as the outer world is actually a part of or the projection of itself as the means of directing the elements of the natural world in order to create experiences of itself. Through specialized use of our mind, we change our focus, perspective, and perception of reality, and form a different relationship with it that begin telling a different kind of story.

 
Because the soul enters into the body and becomes one with it, it experiences itself as the body, and shapes its identity as a sense of self to be the same as the body. The higher mind enters into relationship with the lower, animal mind, which is prone to instinctual tendencies and easily conditioned to automatic behaviors provoked through strong emotions and desires of some kind, and the human soul mistakes itself for being the same as the lower mind, and is shaped by the lower mind. Because the body creates in an unconscious fashion through compulsive tendencies without recognizing natural law or the consequences of it actions, the soul experiencing itself as the body, becomes the “errors” as a direct experience of itself. It is the reality of consciousness of the error. It’s inside the animal body experiencing a false reality. Because of this, the human soul begins identifying with the body, and forgets its true nature and ability to create by directing the natural forces of the material world. This is the religious idea that we’re all “born into sin”, with sin meaning error. It’s not that we’re born “bad”, but rather rendered unconscious without realizing our creative ability and our true identity as divine in nature.

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Because we fail to recognize the creative ability of our mind and live our life out of an unconscious state programmed by childhood memory as our formative conditioning, we fail to create at all in the real sense, often having no power in our own life, and become instead the product of our conditioning. In this sense the body, like the entire material world, belongs to the soul, and not the other way around. The soul has the ability to control and direct the body, but it has to first realize its true identity and power over the material realm. The soul needs to become aware of itself within the body, and begin actively and intentionally using its will to step outside of redundant conditioning and create itself with awareness by purifying the body to be an appropriate vehicle for acquiring certain type of experiences. Only by identifying with our true nature and learning to utilize the power of our mind to enter into and directly influence the elements that make up the material world, does the divine soul serve the purpose of evolving the consciousness of the lower animal-soul, instead of digressing or devolving itself by being controlled by its own lower nature.

 
The human soul is the higher mind, and exists as a “state-of-mind”, which forms a paradigm (pattern) as a vibratory frequency based on accumulated experiences that form its memory. How we use our mind, is our soul power as our ability to self-create and therefore develop the perceptual lens we look through to experience what we call the outer reality or life conditions and circumstances. We can only change our life experiences by changing our mind as our “inner state” or soul mood. By working with our ability to choose how we’re going to be and the will to direct our own behaviors and activities to turn our choices into reality as our experiences, we shift our center of power and begin using our soul to create in life. By changing the qualities that make up our character, we change our attitude and perception. When we begin working with our “being”, and develop ourselves from the inside out, we step into our true power to be self-determined. In order to create in our life, we have to work on changing ourselves so that we’re the channel through which that experience of reality is possible as a natural perception of the outer world. By learning to identify with our true spiritual nature as our mind which is pure consciousness, we begin developing our eternal aspect, which exists independently from the body and transcends the body (continues living) at the death of our physical body. All reality is formed out of our mind as a mental projection, perception and experience of it.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Spiritual Sciences

Mind / Body Integration

 

 

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Conscious Programming – “The Art of Self-Creation”

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The conscious mind has the ability to program the subconscious mind, yet we have to first realize that they actually speak (work by) different languages. The conscious mind is abstract and thinks in terms of verbal language as words that lack behavior as actualizing, whereas the subconscious mind is experiential and emotional in nature and speaks in terms of pictures and sensory images as life-like realities that mimic actual memories. The conscious mind programs the subconscious (body awareness) through the imagination as an inner vision that transforms an abstract idea into a conceptualized reality. The imagination as the mind’s eye takes a basic idea, and through the process of applying it to a specific situation or set of circumstances, reinterprets it by personalizing it. We imagine it “as if” we were actually experiencing it as a real life situation. This creates the idea as a living pattern equivalent to a memory, which the subconscious uses to produce behavior that “acts out” the same scenario as a real life experience.

 
By imagining the desired idea as a reality, we not only create a pattern for application, but also create it as a believable possibility that we simultaneously identify with through the enactment. This creates the desired reality as an inner reality that the subconscious superimposes on the outer reality, organizing and reinterpreting it accordingly. The mind constructs realities by how it composes ideas to give them meaning. The meaning we give an idea determines how we experience it. Meaning shapes experience. It takes the imagined reality as an actual experience, which integrates and incorporates it through an accumulative effect that modifies the current paradigm as a system of beliefs based on memory (living realities) as a unification of the physical with the spiritual that provides a new template for generating thematic realities as analogous correspondences. It creates experiences that are of the same nature as a form of theme.

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We take an abstract idea as a universal theme, and create an inner reality as a template that produces a frequency that’s used to magnetize and organize the outer reality as being of a similar nature. It won’t be exactly the same as the inner imagining, because it can only use elements in the immediate environment that are of the same frequency and therefore lend themselves to telling the same type of story. The outer experience will be of the same nature and basic idea of the imagined reality based on what’s available in the immediate environment that can be used to orchestrate the experience as a congruent theme.

 
Ideas, as feeling experiences, represent a vibratory frequency that attracts what is of the same nature and therefore has the same inherent tendencies that can be used to express the same idea as a joint reality. Whatever is of a different frequency, likewise, is simultaneously repelled. We only “see” ourselves (what matches our paradigm) in others and our environment, even though many other possibilities coexist within the same space and time. What is of the same nature as us we not only notice and give attention to (it stands out), we simultaneously allow to enter into us (energetic sympathy), stimulating an inner reaction (resonance) to it as a result. This is what we refer to as chemistry that produces a natural interaction based on an affinity of sorts.

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When we allow ideas to readily and willingly be introduced into our mind, and take hold by thinking about them, we are allowing ourselves to be “programmed” by others or an external source. We then become subject to it because it acts to “tune us” to the same vibratory frequency as a joint reality that we create inward using our own mind. We allow ourselves to be determined – created – by outside forces. This is the result of the subconscious and passive aspect of the mind as our animalistic (body) nature that can be readily trained and domesticated by outside influences that we align with and allow to control us. We are influenced by another mind that imposes a direct influence on us, dominates by introducing an active force as an idea that’s willingly accepted by our passive and receptive mind, that controls us by absorbing and commanding our will.

 
When we give our will to the service of another by conforming to them, they act to control us and determine our behavior, which also shapes our identity accordingly. We enter into a sympathetic relationship with them, and through suggestion that acts to modify and manipulate our inner reality, we respond to them in a very predictable way. They train us to behave in a certain way by how they interact with us. Through the emotional quality of their communication, which acts as the hook for seating ideas in the imagination, allowing them to take hold long enough to develop them into personal realities by thinking about them in a compulsive manner. They “give us” emotional thoughts that are theirs, and we adopt them and then act to develop them as our own. This forms the basis of what we refer to as the “group mind” which is ultimately a form of subliminal mind entrainment designed to train people to certain types of behavior that they mistaken for their own.

 
Once we understand how we use our mind to self-create by creating internal realities that become the living patterns for outer realities of the same nature, we can withdraw our mental and emotional power from the group mind, and use our imagination to self-create in unique and individual ways instead. We can program our own mind and body by creating inner experiences of our desired reality, then enhancing them with sensory details, while infusing them with very positive emotions that magnetize them by making them compelling. Positive attracts and grows, negative repels and diminishes. To “become” by growing ourselves, is achieved through positive and active means, while allowing our negative, self-sabotaging aspects to fall away and subside, because we no longer keep them alive in our imagination. Fill your mind constantly with what you desire to experience and how you want to feel as a result. Sense yourself in very desirable ways that will shape your identity accordingly and will form your character as the means of bringing ideas into physical form as experiences that are self-perpetuated and performed by you!

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transformational Coaching

Personal Transformation

Health and Well-Being

 

About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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A New Paradigm for Understanding the Mind-Body Connection

Many people have been conditioned to very conventional ways of looking at their own mind-body system and because of this, are in a constant state of confusion as to how it actually works. While science consistently gravitates to the physical explanation for things, eliminating the clear and obvious action of “invisible forces” involved in the fundamental aspects of life itself, and religion often doesn’t offer a practical or scientific explanation for the mind which is necessary for “understanding” it, we’re often trying to figure out how to combine them in a way that makes sense so we can know how to work by way of our mind and body to self-create. There is a system however that does actually combine both spirit and (physical) science, called “spiritual sciences” that include both the material and subtle levels that work together to produce what we experience as the physical world which is actually the manifestation of both energy and matter to form an outcome as a joint expression.

While many people tend to view the mind, body, and spirit as different, and therefore separate aspects of a whole, the fact of the matter is, they exist as different “states” or vibratory densities of the same thing that exists in multiple dimensions at the same time. We are not only “composite beings”, we are also multi-dimensional beings who exist in 4 (basic) worlds simultaneously, and out of these four worlds come an infinite number of formula’s that produce an infinite variety of expressions formed out of the same basic ingredients as vibratory frequencies. These four worlds, also known as the four elements and the four states of matter, are navigated through a three-fold nature. The “mind” has three basic aspects that operate at different levels simultaneously to produce what we experience as a single reality. The three aspects of the mind are the higher or super conscious, the lower or subconscious, and the ego based self-conscious that’s also referred to as the “conscious mind”. Conscious in this case means “self-aware”. The conscious mind is the aspect of the mind most people think of when we use the term ‘mind’. Many people also believe that the mind is a product of the brain or the heart, which represent aspects of the mind as the subconscious (heart) and conscious (brain), however these aspects function largely “through” the heart and brain, and are not actually “produced” by them. The electromagnetic fields produced by organs of the body are due more too increased and specialized activity rather than actual generation of the ‘fields’ themselves.

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he mind is the ‘invisible’ energy field of not only the human body, but of all living things. And while all living things have an energy field that surrounds and permeates them, giving them life, all energy fields don’t have to have a body and can exist in measurable terms independent of a physical body. The body however, ‘needs’ the mind for ‘life’, and without a ‘life-force’ energy field, ‘dies’ and becomes an ‘empty shell’ that deteriorates (the true meaning of death). For this reason, the mind is considered the immortal aspect of our being. The mind is equivalent to what we call ‘spirit’, which is consciousness itself that’s invisible to the eye, and exists primarily in a state of ‘pure potential’, which is information and intelligence that has not entered into a biological organism and formed as one possibility out of literally billions. The spirit, which is also equivalent to our higher-self, is also known as the ‘universal mind’, and the ‘Akasha Field’ where information exists in its potential unformed state as archetypes or principles. These principles, which operate according to law, are form (structure) and function (behavior) that has a personality (unique style). These universal archetypes are drawn upon by the individual and used to create by personalizing them. Because the spiritual realm is the realm of pure law (vibratory frequency), which exists in an evolutionary flow of continuous transformation as the potential for creating possible physical realities, but can’t be formed and therefore corrupted (mixed), it needs a medium (middle man) in order to mingle with the physical realm, which is too far apart in vibratory frequency to form resonance.

The soul, which is a partially formed field that’s specialized through the spirit that it draws on and the body that it bonds to in order to manifest as an actual personality, is what we could call the physical mind as the essence of the body that’s also an aspect of spirit, and so remains in a constant state of evolution as the accumulative effect of memory provided by “life experiences”. The soul being both spirit and body is a medium that mediates the transference of information as vibration (pure energy) into chemical and material structures, as the expression of the consciousness inherent in the vibration. The soul is what we could call the ‘local mind’ that forms resonance with the body, bonding to it, and acting as a transmitter for drawing intelligence down into the body from the spiritual realm, in-forming and potentially transforming it by growing it with new qualities of consciousness. The body, and the soul, which are energetically connected, form coherence and are of the same vibratory frequency. The body acts as a form of antenna for both transmitting and receiving signals as consciousness from the greater, universal mind. It can only draw into it (through sympathetic induction) what’s ‘of’ the same frequency as a quality and level of consciousness. So in order to raise or alter our vibration, we have to simultaneously alter the “state” of our body by creating homeostasis and regulating our emotions.

This can be easily understood when we look at the relationship between how we feel and what we think. Thought and emotion are always equivalent to each other. Our thoughts formed as an internal representation stimulate an emotional reaction to our own imaginings. Likewise, an emotional trigger, form distinct thoughts as a memory associated to that same emotion. Our mood as our state of mind is our vibratory frequency and determines what type of thoughts we think and what type of memories we live out of as a way of creating our personal reality.

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The health of our body, outside of hereditary conditions and predispositions, is created by us by how we live our life and what type of behaviors we engage in. Our lifestyle at once directly reflects our consciousness (as behaviors) and sets it as a frequency used for creating more of the same idea in an accumulative and repetitive fashion. In order to “change” our vibration as our level of consciousness we have to “change” our physical condition which determines how we feel. Just as we can’t be in a happy mood while thinking sad thoughts, we can’t be positive, energetic and optimistic when we feel tired, worn out, and emotionally down. Higher consciousness is only accessible through positive emotions that create an elevated state. Again . . . they’re always a match.

The mind itself, which is non-formed and based on a form of tension field (paradigm) shaped by memory as acquired experiences that’s always in a transformative state (creating and acquiring new experiences), builds itself out of the thoughts we think and the memories we consistently create realities out of by dwelling in them and recreating similar experiences in the present moment. When we make the present mean the same thing as the past, and we live out of our stories built out of memories of the past, we fail to evolve and heal in the most basic sense, and stay stuck in the same patterns for what can be a lifetime (or two).

Memories are templates for creating instant realities that give us the same experiences as habitual emotional states that form the same interpretations as the story we tell ourselves about things that make them ‘mean’ something. The meaning we give things means something about us too. What our interpretations mean about us, shapes how we sense ourselves within our own life, and how we identify with our own creation. This pattern as a life story and a lifestyle become a theme as a vibratory frequency that keeps us locked into that same patterning as a basic form of conditioning.

So the soul acts as a mediator between a higher – pure vibration and a lower – corrupted (personalized) vibration, which has the ability to shape itself by way of what it chooses to identify with and align with as a result. The soul can build itself by “choosing” who and how it wants to be and drawing on those resources from the spiritual soup of information available, or it can remain unconscious of its true abilities and live an unconscious life of conditioned behaviors and worn out memories that act to degrade or devolve it as a result. The body either controls the mind, or the mind controls the body.

The spirit is a neutral force as pure consciousness that is drawn on based solely on vibration through sympathetic induction. Whatever the soul and body are tuned to and vibrate, and therefore act as a tuning device and antenna for, they draw more of that same idea to themselves as their outer reality that matches their internal imagining. We’re only capable of attracting more of what we already are. We have to work to transform our inner reality as our thoughts and emotions before we can draw on those same types of ideas around us. The condition of our body as our general health reflects the condition of our mind as a level and quality of consciousness which resonates with it in a harmonic fashion. If the body goes down in vibration (health as state), the mind goes down equivalently. How we feel determines how we think and what type of internal realities we create by how we use our mind as our imagination. The outer world comes to us as a correspondence to our inner world. Our inner world forms our perceptual lens and determines what we see and how we interpret what we see to tell a story about it. It’s our inner reality that forms how we experience the outer reality.

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So to raise your consciousness as your vibratory frequency you have to work with your “whole system” simultaneously by understanding how they exist and are formed in relationship with each other. You have to live your life in a way that creates optimal health, promotes positive emotional states, employ a moral code of conduct based on standards, and control what you tend to think about, directing your attention to desired ideas that you want to develop and create in your life. Random, meaningless thoughts should be disciplined to productive ones, and behaviors that destroy your health and well-being need to be transformed into positive, productive and health promoting behaviors. By simply eating a healthy and nutritious diet you’ll improve how you feel and increase your vitality which will induce positive emotional states. By exercising through enjoyable activities you’ll stimulate chemistry in your body that will naturally produce elevated states while reducing pain. By engaging in activities that stimulate positive emotions you’ll naturally think positive thoughts. By evaluating the relationships in your life and letting go of the negative toxic ones, while engaging more fully in the positive and enjoyable ones, you’ll change how you’re being stimulated and influenced. By thinking positive thoughts, you’ll begin reconditioning yourself by transforming your paradigm (mind set) to a new perceptual lens that forms more enlivening interpretations and inner representations that make you feel good and love life. By attending to these areas simultaneously you’ll create a chain reaction that will simultaneously shift all areas of your life at once to a higher level of experience that’ll bring joy and laughter into your life.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Our Network of Relationships Form Holding Patterns of Consciousness

“The Matrix of Relationships we Maintain keeps us in the Level of Consciousness we were in when we Established them”

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As we grow and become adults, we steadily form relationships along the way that are at once expressed patterns as an exploration of consciousness and ways of being in the world, that connect us to those patterns, often preventing us from growing beyond them. This not only strengthens and amplifies the quality of consciousness that both people share in common when the relationship is formed, but also holds us to that pattern as a level of consciousness. Because of this, once people have developed an interactive and supportive network of relationships, and they look at growing, healing, or developing themselves in new ways or to a higher degree, the relationship either acts to pull them back or hold them to the dynamic established in the relationship, or it no longer serves to naturally support and encourage the growth. For the most part, people want us to remain the way we’ve always been.

 
This is readily evident by anyone “changing their ways” by correcting bad behaviors, only to have their own family or friends not believe them, not trust it, and even when the old behaviors don’t naturally reoccur, they’ll act intentionally to provoke it. This is both frustrating and often confusing. People often change because they believe that’s what the people they love want, only to have it reestablished by those same people. This is because relationships are based on dynamic interactive patterns that act out a type of story or drama together. When one person changes and no longer cooperates in playing a complementary role, the relationship tends to not work anymore. They don’t know how to be in relationship with you any more. The pattern as a story the relationship was providing, now broken, the people in the relationship don’t know how to act to tell a new story together, and so they either lose interest in each other, or move on to someone who can tell the new story with them.

breaking tiesMany people actually realize this, and as a result refrain from any type of real growth because they don’t want to lose their relationships. But of course, some people have a deep compulsion towards growth and a courageous desire to heal themselves, and so choose to grow past relationships while anticipating new ones. They don’t really see an ‘option’ involved but rather a necessity. They become comfortable with change and accept it as an unavoidable part of an evolutionary flow.

 
This fact coupled with our society teaching us that once we’re married or establish long term relationships, that they should be “kept forever” or are a life-time agreement can send the further message that growth is not a good thing, and in many cases, even wrong or bad to do. Of course the ideal scenario is to enter into relationship with someone that we truly become one and they grow with us. Where we act to stimulate, encourage, and participate in the same type of growth. Because nothing acts to transform us like relationships, they should be seen and used intentionally for this purpose. Our true purpose as human beings is to undergo a steady and continuous form of transformation as self-development throughout our life. We’re not meant to become trained and habituated to a comfortable and mundane existence that seems content to be comfortable while passing time.

 
In our journey of personal transformation to become the best we can be, we need to take an attitude of only associating with those of a like mind who act naturally to stimulate our growth and bring us spontaneously into higher levels of awareness becoming more fully awake in our life. In order to use them as the tool they are, we have to gain awareness around the nature of our relationships and what effect they’re producing in us or what level of consciousness they’ll hold us to. Nothing is more important than our personal growth which simultaneously develops and evolves our soul. Our soul only grows by acquiring experience through the body which becomes memory.

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To begin participating consciously in our own growth and evolution is to become aware of our eternal self who also resides in us, and birth it within us by allowing it to take the lead and guide us into a higher form of experience that heals our insecurities and addictions, allowing us to become more of who we actually are. Anytime we stop growing, we begin dying. We waste this precious opportunity called life, and lay it to waste instead. Every human beings ultimate goal is to attain their own Nobility by developing their full potential for expression. Our ultimate goal is to develop ourselves to a high morality and virtuous state by recognizing our souls design as our true nature, and form a lifetime commitment to express our full potential. What we love and have desire for, along with our natural gifts, talents, and special abilities create our unique design providing us with everything we need to fulfill what we’re meant to do. It’s what shows us our life’s path which naturally fulfills our true destiny. But we have to choose it, and willingly participate in it’s creation as the means to self-create by way of the same actions.

 
Who we associate with influences us to be like them. Birds of the same feather flock together. We are ‘like’ the people we maintain ongoing relationships with. We can only create and maintain relationships with those we relate to – those of the same quality and level of consciousness. Those that we form relationship with at one stage in our life who don’t evolve with us or in the same manner, we let go of while steadily moving into new relationships that reflect our growth to a different way of being.

 
Marriage, in the true sense, is where two people blend in body, mind, and spirit and become ‘as one’, literally. Because they act as a single unit, they grow and evolve together through their shared life experiences. The desire of one is also the desire of the other. They share the same nature and are of the same ‘soul’. But unfortunately, that’s not what happens most of the time and marriages like any relationship have a time-frame involved as its life span. This time frame typically falls between 5 and 8 years, because humans tend to grow and evolve in 7 year increments as a general rule of thumb. Even relationships that stay together once the fires gone because of children or shared situations, usually die in the most basic sense within this time frame. The ones that truly become one and grow together through life can maintain the fire burning for as long as they both live while their love for each other steadily deepens.

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So take a close look at the relationships in your life that you participate in on a regular basis and reflect on the effect each relationship has on you, and what effect you have on them. When you interact with certain people, how does it affect or change your mood? What do you tend to talk about? How does it make you feel to be with them? What qualities and traits do they bring out in you? What type of activities do you do together? And once you get a good idea of the real nature of the relationship, simply ask yourself, do you like how it makes you feel, what it keeps you focused on, the activities you engage in, and the kind of person you become by way of the interaction itself? Set a policy with yourself that you’ll only maintain healthy and nourishing relationships that make you feel good about yourself, while letting go of unhealthy, emotionally toxic, and stressful relationships that leave you not liking yourself.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Evolutionary Relationships

Transformational Coaching

 

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Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Decoding Sacred Geometry: The Tetragrammaton – “How the Mind Manifests Personal Reality”

Sacred geometry communicates the universal language of Universal Law, vibration and potential that impregnates matter with an animated form. God speaks to us in the language of mathematics, not as a “bean-counting” process that most have been taught, but as a philosophical system that communicates knowledge as universal laws through the relationship between spirit and matter as structure, order, and function. Shapes represent ideas as forms that have distinct attributes that undergo a natural growth process of “expression” that actualizes the idea as a corresponding reality.  Geometric forms put together as a composite image provide us with formulas that have an infinite number of interpretations that span multiple dimensions as the “same thing” manifesting on multiple planes at the same time. The key to decoding these formulas lies in the Law of Analogies and Correspondences that allows us to identify the same “nature” (vibratory frequency as a structuring mechanism) within different forms much like a system of classification based on attributes and qualities that form physical characteristics as a personality with distinct behaviors inherent in them that can take on numerous “outer forms”.

Sacred geometry speaks the language of laws as the energetic nature of the universe (the stuff of life) which is consciousness itself. Anytime we’re speaking of “energy” and “vibration”, we’re speaking of laws as the information necessary to “in-form” matter, shaping it while simultaneously animating it through a personality that has natural behaviors inherent in it that determine the reality it exists within as its mode for self-expression. The “quality of consciousness” that inhabits form is demonstrated through its natural behavior or how it functions in an automatic fashion. Consciousness itself operates according to law, and in human form is comprised of 3-aspects of a 4-fold nature. We commonly refer to these three aspects as the purely spiritual (energetic) aspect of higher or super consciousness, that forms the two lower (material) minds as the subconscious and self-conscious aspects that are predominate within the physical realm. The unification of these three modes of consciousness forms the physical reality of the 3 and 4-dimensional world. The subconscious mind is the aspect of the mind that we share with the animal kingdom and all of life commonly referred to as the instinctual field or greater mind, and the self-conscious aspect is a purely human feature that endows us with our creative abilities. Our most notable creative ability is the ability to self-create and be self-determined.

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So to understand the Tetragrammaton, we have to look at the four primary laws that it represents that are the primary laws governing subtle energy as a dynamic living matrix of interwoven vibratory frequencies that underlies and ultimately forms the material realm as its culminated expression. The Tetragrammaton, or Tetrad, is represented by the number 4 which is symbolized by a square or diamond (sideways square), which is symbolic of material reality as the earth (material) plane. Naturally, it also represents the four elements which are the primary laws as natural processes that underlie all of material reality and nature. These four primary laws, which form the basis for material reality, are also the primary laws governing the astral, mental, and etheric or Akashic planes, which underlie, permeate and organize the material realm. While symbolic ideas as laws lend themselves to an infinite number of interpretations within multiple planes of existence, here I’ll simply give one interpretation as the basic laws of energy itself, which of course are the same primary laws that govern our own mind. In order to use something as a tool for creating within our own lives, we have to understand it. We only understand what we can conceptualize as a working model of some sort. The only purpose of my descriptions here are to provide you with a concept that makes it understandable and therefore utilizable in the practical sense.

The Tetragrammaton symbolizes the full expression of all the laws that precede and comprise it, while still containing the potential for all laws proceeding out of it as a continued growth process. The 4 laws it represents is simply where a vibration as an archetypal pattern first forms in the material plane as an actual manifestation. The laws proceeding out of it are the process necessary for growing and evolving the initial form into a series of higher or more complex forms as variations of itself. The Monad (1), Dyad (2), and Triad (3), represent the laws of resonance, sympathetic induction, and coherence. A vibration that exists in polarity as dual aspects of itself that form a range between them that allows movement between two poles that forms a frequency as a “range of expression”.

A frequency can be thought of as a “wave-form” that contains a basic pattern as an archetypal idea or theme, which exists in its purely potential form as an infinite number of possibilities for creating the same basic idea. This frequency as a “state of being” (internal) resonates with the same frequency (state) in everything else (external). The frequency as a vibratory patterning or cluster of complementary vibrations only forms resonance with other vibrations within the same range or wave-length. Anything outside of its range, it fails to resonate with (affect) or acts to repel or cast off. When it comes into near proximity with the same vibration as its complementary opposite, it forms resonance with it, which stimulates that same “state” in another, calling it forth in them as the basis for their interaction. Resonance, as sympathetic induction is where a vibration enters into the same vibration in an outside form and activates it through a form of synchronized movement as mind entrainment where they begin moving and acting as one. This frequency as our mind-field is also our perceptual lens which determines what we see in others and our environment. We only “see” (readily recognize and stands out) what is of the same vibration or state of being as we are, and can therefore be used to tell the same story as a joint reality. Whatever is of a different frequency, we don’t notice in the real sense, or it becomes apart of the backdrop in a situation.


The spirit as a unified field (Monad), separates from itself forming polar opposites (Dyad) that are complementary aspects (serve to stimulate each other) of the same nature (frequency), then acts “on itself” in another (through their shared qualities) or the outer world, blending with the qualities they share in common (forming an interference pattern) to create an experience of itself as a variation (new pattern) or new possibility. The spirit as an electrical charge programs particles turning them into a wave-form as plasma (astral light) which forms the essence of matter as a unified body. This electrical charge, programs all particles with the same frequency that unites a multitude of particles into a wave-form as being of the same “nature”. This nature as properties that form a pattern (vibration), unite the multitude of particles to move in a wave-form as a unified field of intelligence (information). They operate as if they’re one, because they become one through the information they share as their energetic state. This astral substance as electrified particles forms the astral body as the soul, which then enters into a material body as a fetus, and develops the fetus according to the same nature as the soul which impregnates and forms it through a form of spiritual (energetic) DNA. This bonds together the spirit as the mind, with the soul as the material mind (essence) and the body as the physical formation or expression of the spirit and soul. They’re bonded together through resonance because they share the same programming as a frequency. In this way, the soul enters into the physical body, becoming one with it and experiencing itself “as” the body. The soul’s vibration is modified to some degree by forming coherence with the body or physical DNA.

The mind-spirit and soul essence, which is a field of electromagnetic energy that permeates, energizes and envelops the body, resonates with the body, entering into it and forming coherence with it. The body acts as an antenna and conduit for the spirit-soul. The spirit which lacks form, yet contains all the information necessary to “in-form” matter is formed into a local energy field of the individual mind through sympathetic induction, that forms coherence (becomes of the same nature) while circulating in a circular motion around the body, mingling with the energy in its immediate environment, taking in and absorbing what’s of the same frequency, digesting and integrating it, then discharging or putting off the emanation of that frequency as a form of broadcasting while simultaneously recycling energy that has become obsolete or is no longer within the frequency range necessary to bond it to the overall system.

The mind as the energy field of the body is undergoing a constant form of evolution as an accumulative process that “builds up” information through a metabolic process of intake, assimilation and discharge, following the same principles that govern the regenerative processes of digesting food, drinking liquids, and breathing air. Just as we breathe the air around us, exchanging particles, some of which we assimilate and others we eliminate, that become the building blocks of the physical body through cellular regeneration that is always forming itself out of the same material substances as its environment, maintaining equilibrium within the atmosphere it exists within. Through this same metabolic process we absorb and integrate the energy around us as qualities of consciousness that modify our frequency to adapt to our environment as a form of “mind-building”. In order to determine (intentionally create) the frequency of our own mind, we have to either place ourselves in the proper environment with the type of people and activities we want to be influenced by (literally) by becoming “like them”, or we have to be able to self-generate the quality of consciousness we desire to posses through inner means, and thereby nourish ourselves with a particular mind-set that deflects all contradictory forms of perceiving and thinking. We are always developing ourselves to either be “like” others (relate), or to be the “opposite” of others (contrast).

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The Tetragrammaton, or Tetrad, represented by the square or the number 4, which is symbolic of the four dimensions of the earth plane or material reality, which is the full expression of the principles preceding it that emerged out of the Monad as a form of growth process, gives us a formula for how to “self-create” as a relationship and energetic exchange with everything outside of and around us. It’s the culmination of 1, 2, and 3, as the Monad (mind), Dyad (polarity as division or regeneration of the Monad), and Triad (offspring as reality), unified through a metabolic process of absorption, assimilation, and elimination. The Monad which exists in polarity as opposites that stimulate each other, divides and separates from itself as a form of mental projection, then perceives only what’s of the same nature (patterning) as itself in everything else, and acts to stimulate that same nature in others, activating it and calling it forth through it’s perception, which enters into relationship with itself in the other (outside world), connected by the same quality of consciousness, and then creates a joint reality out of the shared qualities that form the basis for their interaction. They interact and “act out” a dynamic that develops the shared state of mind into an experience, which they then acquire as a form of memory that adjusts their vibration accordingly, strengthening that same quality and the dynamic used to express it, in both people.

Our vibration (mind-set) resonates with the same vibration in others, and enters into the field of another affecting them by vibrating them, causing them to feel an internal reaction to us. This interaction of the same vibration as an inward aspect resonating with the same outer aspect forms what quantum physics refers to as an interference pattern, which takes the common elements of both vibrations and forms them into a new pattern as a unique variation of the same elements (nature) that have been reformulated (form coherence). This “shared reality” is first created inwardly by how the interaction stimulates an inner, imagined reality as a personal experience, that’s then reflected or projected outward as the reality created through their behavioral interaction as the expression of their relationship. This frequency as shared qualities developed into a behavioral dynamic forms the basis for how they behave in relationship with one another as a constant an ongoing form of stimulus-response as cause and effect, where the effect then becomes the cause that stimulates the other in a like manner by reflecting back to them their own consciousness (through an equal reaction) that stimulates them with their own energy, which forms a chain-reaction of cause and effect.

Vibration is consciousness as information that structures matter into living patterns. These mental patterns as our paradigm or “model of the world” form our perceptual lens through which we view the world and we only “see” in others and our external world what matches our pattern, or the elements that we can reshape into the pattern necessary to continue telling our story about things. This allows us to create a consistent experience of reality shaped by the meaning we give things. The meaning we give things forms the story we tell about them, which creates on three levels simultaneously; it means something about us (Monad), about others (Dyad), and about the way the world is (Triad)).

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A vibratory frequency as a conscious pattern in-forms matter through attributes and qualities that give it characteristics as a form of personality that has behaviors inherent in it that you naturally act out as a story-line that you “live” as a “life-theme”, or greater pattern. Whatever vibration we exist as, determines the story we live out as our basic mode of perception, that’s produced naturally and automatically through our personality and how we act. Our perception alone, as an interpretation, stimulates that same vibration as a corresponding pattern to our interpretation as a primary means of re-organizing it into a new pattern. What we “see” in others, which is always a direct reflection of “whom” and “how” we are in terms of sharing the same nature, we simultaneously act to bring out in others. Our perception re-interprets them to be “like us”. Through our perception of them, we remake them in our “own image” and with our likeness. We assign them the same qualities that we ourselves possess. We tell a story about them as an interpretation that fits them into our story about others and the way things are, that simultaneously means the same thing about us in relationship with our own creation. Because of this, what someone says about another, says very little about the other person, but merely acts to reveals themselves.

Many find this idea somewhat confusing because they fail to recognize that a “pattern” as a nature or personality that “tells a story” as the means for creating a reality as an experience, has multiple “roles” in that pattern necessary to live it out as a behavioral dynamic. Because we favor one role, position, or perspective in an overall theme, and we act to naturally perceive and attract to those who ideally play the other roles in the same story-line, we don’t see it as “seeing ourselves” in another through the story we tell “about” them, because we think being the “same” means playing the same role. In the reality seeing ourselves in another means they are of the same pattern or nature as us and act naturally to play out the same story with us. We can build them into our story-line as a natural interpretation of their behaviors and how they interact with us to act out the same dynamic. As an example, someone who’s always a “victim” in their own stories, doesn’t attract other victims, they attract someone who will “victimize” them, and in doing so, work together to create a joint-reality that tells the same type of story. We’re always noticing, reacting to and using as the means for telling our story the elements and qualities in others that play the different roles necessary. Our perceptual lens is a filtering mechanism that brings to our attention only what is of the same story-telling capabilities as we are.

In terms of evolution of our mind and soul, as achieving a higher vibration as a higher level of consciousness, we have to first begin by recognizing ourselves in terms of our own paradigm or “model of the world” that forms our basic perceptions and interpretations for how we “see” the world and the story we’re always in the process of telling by living it, and gain realization through self-awareness of our own character and tendencies. Through self-realization and “owning” our own stuff, or accepting it without justifying it or projecting it onto others as blame that denies it, we can become aware of how we act to create our life experiences through a form of “default” or automated tendencies, and decide instead who and how we want to be, and what type of story we choose to tell by acting it out. We can then realize the qualities we need to possess as part of our character in order to naturally tell a new kind of story that creates a new experience of ourselves that change how “we sense ourselves”, which reshapes our identity.

We can consciously set rules for ourselves as a moral code of conduct that we hold ourselves to that serves to set guidelines that transform tendencies that are ultimately destructive and harmful, into ones that are constructive and beneficial in nature. We can begin the creative process of choosing our character and disciplining ourselves by utilizing our will to produce those choices as our actual reality. By changing our attitude and behavior, we change our life as a correspondence. By taking a different perspective and acting different, we become different. By thinking and imagining in new ways, we begin perceiving new realities that were always present as latent potential in the old realities that we simply didn’t have the “eyes to see”.

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Our perception is an interpretation as a composing mechanism that shapes our reality. By simply setting the intention to see something different in the same situation, and looking at it differently as a result, and begin realizing that we can see whatever we choose to see and set and expectation for as a result. Though it may take practice in the beginning, as we discipline ourselves to consistently see in new ways, the more we do it the easier it becomes, until it becomes natural and automatic. Once we do something until its built into the muscle and becomes automatic, and we do it without having to think about it or make a special point of it, we begin using the power of our will to reshape our reality and ourselves in relationship to our own creation. We begin mastering our ability to act “on ourselves” to intentionally “create ourselves”. We move out of default mode and begin fashioning ourselves by way of our own hand.

The basic process of self-creation, formulated through the laws of the Tetragrammaton, is always going on; it’s simply a question of whether or not we’re aware of it. It’s happening automatically (according to law) in our lives, and we can either choose to remain shrouded in ignorance of it, or we can awaken in our own lives by becoming aware of how law is operating through the very nature of our own mind. We are always the ones creating our own internal experiences in response to outer stimulus. No one else feels our feelings for us, thinks our thoughts, chooses what we focus on, or relives our memories for us. Only we do that “to” ourselves as a primary means of “programming” ourselves to that frequency.

The story we are always in the process of telling about things as our life theme, is our own creation. It’s the story we began telling about things as a way of making sense out of them as a child. We then continued telling that same story while evolving it to the perspective of an adult. By the time we become adults our story forms our basic perception as self-imposed limitations that confine us to the theme inherent in the story. Whatever idea (vibratory pattern) we embody, forms our thoughts and feelings, and connect us emotionally with everything around us that forms a analogous reality as a thematic story that we’re always in the process of perpetuating. To change our “vibration”, we need to change the nature of our life story.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois
Spiritual Scientist and Transformational Coach

 

 

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A New Perspective on Sexuality: Love and Sexual Union as Energetic Fusion

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While we tend to look at our sexuality in terms of what we’ve been taught about our own morality, in the ultimate sense, anytime we’re talking about Spiritual ideas, we’re talking in terms of conscious energy that operates according to Universal Laws and Principles. Our ability to self-create by developing our moral character comes by way of how we understand these Laws, what they reveal to us, and how we utilize them as a result. They’re not based on man-made concepts of right and wrong, good or bad, but rather on how energy as qualities of consciousness form and evolve. Marriage, from a spiritual perspective, is only consummated through sexual union, regardless of whether or not a ceremony has been performed and a legal contract drawn up as a result. This is because sexual union is the act of energetic fusion where two people become “as” one.

Love as an energetic principle, is the most fundamental form of resonance and sympathy, where two people of the same “nature” (vibratory frequency), form resonance as an inner stimulus, where their energy enters into and effects each other. It enters into the lower chakras as sexual arousal bathed in feelings of love, adoration and admiration that have a distinct intimate and sensuous quality to them. This forms a chemical reaction which bathes the mind and imagination in a euphoric emotion that’s equivalent to the nature of the stimulation. This is the original “experience” of energetic mingling that acts to initiate an entire process. The sexual act itself, which is deepened when ensued with deep feelings of love and desire, induces a state of surrender as the release of resistance and inhibitions, which build in intensity and peak as an orgasm, is the literal spiritual fusion of two people. This means that we ‘take on’ the same consciousness as emotional qualities that form our perception and influence our behavior as a result. We become “like” each other in character.

Sex is the most basic form of energetic fusion that is not only represented in an analogous manner by the intimacy of the act itself, but by the further recognition that sex ‘changes’ the basic nature of the relationship, as well as both people involved. The same ‘qualities’ as an inner effect follows-through producing the same modifications on multiple levels and in accordance to the laws and principles that govern each level. It acts to not only ‘bond” the people energetically, but also morally – emotionally, psychologically, and thematically in terms of the relationship it establishes as an interactive dynamic and the vibratory make-up of both people as individuals functioning in roles within that dynamic. It’s very easy to see how people change, sometimes drastically, as a result of certain relationships. In some cases this can be so drastic that the individual as their original selves, no longer exist, but are transformed into a variation of some kind based on the combination. They are absorbed by another and become an extension of that person.

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Though energetically (soul essence as quality of consciousness) speaking, you always have a dominate and recessive vibration of the same frequency which allows for natural entrainment that operates according to the same principle as hypnosis, in some cases, the dominant person completely absorbs the will of the weaker, and readily commands it through the psychological undertones of the relationship that works through weaknesses, shortcomings, and vices of the individual. Relationships are always based on shared tendencies as behaviors that become the basis for the underlying interaction, which stimulates and brings forth the same qualities in both people, that are developed and strengthened through the interaction which creates a joint-reality out of them as an expression of the shared characteristics of both people. Whatever gets stimulated, called forth, and used to create, becomes strengthened as a fundamental character trait. When the dominant force absorbs the weaker force through the qualities they share – the stronger one is further strengthened by literally feeding off of the weaker through submission, depleting the weaker even further, deepening their weakness and increasing their ability to be controlled.

What this tells us, if we care to look at it from an objective perspective, is that anytime we have sex with someone, regardless of whether or not love is involved, we are ‘taking on’ the morality (energetic vibration) of that person, which will bear a direct influence of a similar manner on our quality of consciousness, and alter it accordingly. We acquire the same feelings, emotional states, perspective and perceptions, as well as behavioral tendencies of whomever we ‘merge’ with. This is why a Harlot is used to represent moral corruption brought on by ignorance of law and the inability to resist (weak willed) sexual temptation.

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From this perspective, everyone we have sex with, we form a union with, acquire some degree of their consciousness, and it modifies our soul as our energetic essence as a result, which changes how we express. We take-on the same qualities and become more like them, and they become more like us. And for this reason, sex represents a sacred union of Souls, who afterwards are considered – viewed as – one person (take the same name), of the same energetic nature. Furthermore, not only do we acquire the energetic essence of anyone we have sex with, but we acquire the residue of everyone they’ve had sex with, which is infused in their energy also. Like all things in life which operate according to law, it’s a building – accumulative process of growth as evolving through constant modifications that we create and bring on ourselves through our choices and actions.

When entering into a relationship of any kind, but especially a romantic one that could lead to sex, pay close attention to how you feel, what’s being stimulated in you and brought out through the nature of the interaction itself, and ask yourself, what is this going to develop in you, and how is it going to grow you accordingly? If it brings out fears and negative feelings that express as negative character traits, then that’s showing you the morality inherent in the relationship that you will not only acquire more of and will strengthened in you through interaction, but also the true character of the person themselves. Energy is known through feelings as states. States have whole realities inherent in them as thematic dramas that play out specific types of stories. Whenever two people come together and begin establishing a relationship, a pattern begins forming as the thematic dynamic that the relationship will naturally serve to act out. Therefore, it’s a good idea to withhold from having sex until you both know each other and have a real sense of the nature of the relationship and whether or not it will serve to grow you in desirable ways, or regress you by bringing out undesirable traits.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Relationship Consulting