The heart is the centre of all that parses through. From an instance, to a Vega and beyond. Until one recognises it as one’s trove, one seeks from without that which is already within.
I have often been asked how I am ascertained of things. I have also been told-off by many envious adults on how to behave when in their presence and why I should conform to their limitations. I have also been told-off by men and womb-men alike, to stay in their reality, which is what really? — Let’s get some things clear. My reality is totally fabulous and I do not need to conform to the laws of the mundane. I have never, and never will … until I get serious with a human. Heart wise that is. Then perspectives may change but that’s highly unlikely.
Between the Observer, and the Observed, there’s a boundary … and in that space, is where the dichotomy of the common I’s and you’s mingle. Go deeper and above to meet Me.
In my previous blog, I mentioned that I rarely question. I like to observe even as a child, and that answers are often, what I write herein or how I speak and communicate after contemplation to quotidian questions posed by humans. Why are answers then given instead of questions posed? In the dichotomy there is need for balance. An equipoise of the foundation, the weights that harness and anchor the bridge. Between day and night there’s the crepuscle, that which indicates that one is approaching nightfall where the dimensions are conspicuous, and meanings are interpreted differently by the questioner; whilst between night and day, there’s the aurora, the first blossoming of brightness that taints the dark, which like the night offers the reader the message in continuance.
Darkness is necessary to comprehend the messages delineated. One must also have knowledge of its constituent in perspective.
Do we understand this of our journey? Or do we just go through life like educated golems unwary of anything outside the cocoon of the code? There is nothing to be ashamed of. The journey is first foremost, the learning of oneself. Paper certifications defeat its purpose here. So too conforming to a conditioning state conceived by the old world. There are no answers when in itself there are no questions. Yet questions and answers are essential in discovering that which is missing or found within oneself, or therein the apparent more tangible worlds.
The illusive is neither formlessness, nor nonthingness.
If emptiness is found, then what was the question? And from emptiness what then is gained? When from emptiness how then are knowledge sprung? From events that we witness where then did it start? And from where it ended, what stirred it and so on so forth … a plethora of neither correct or incorrect answers yet, in itself only shows the dichotomy of the binary. What then is the binary? Why is that ofttimes overlooked, and rarely considered in our boardroom meetings; in our design thinking; in our leading the masses out of their ruts; in our quests for peace and chaos so on so forth?
Awakening, is a love affair with the self, whilst sleeping, an affair with the worlds. In between, there’s the hairline bridge that supports our tiptoeing in the journey of all beginnings and endings. In essence the form and the human state, before society conditions it, is blessed with good-temperedness, and more often than not, exposure to social influence shapes one to bend either way; yet the steps taken are often not the consequence of a life well spent in wholeness, when the journey itself, hasn’t been completed. Until a particular journey, lifetime arrives at a non-dual state, one is said to have not truly lived through both darkness and light, which in essence is essential in attaining to, or the self-realisation of one’s true self, of one’s reality or one’s truth.
One is incapable of truly knowing anything without first comprehending oneself. Our journey, our worlds … our views are based on whatever knowledge we have of ourselves that resonates with our frequencies. In the Ocean, there are myriad worlds, there are several different types of water intermingling yet are not fused together, there are genres of creatures, each in their own worlds.
Love encompasses ALL but each heart comprehends that which resonates with its own frequency.
Why is it that common sense, these end days are noble and rare? Do contemporary societies, these that revel in the Art of Conformity in thinking (and ofttimes mediocrity), revert not to their hearts to at least understand what they’re imitating, or do they on conveyor belts await the next codification, the next process, the next version? Certifications acquired after attending schools, are nothing more than to trigger the mind of the vivid impressions of a particular study, that which has been engrained to that which has been forgotten, whilst vibrations when calibrated, like silence glorified, give the answers to the requirements that are already within the heart itself.
Yes even in the scope of things mundane like rocket science.
So the question that begets an urgent answer this moment in-time, in order to transcend humanity in whatever conceivableness, is, how do humanity as non-dual nondenominational and non-destructive state of being whole, address and manage the transient illusive reality that is the playground of infants, when in essence, whereupon realising their collective divinity that such states to begin with, is merely an indication to the limitations of perceptions in the perspective of the conditioned, and limited selves?
Suggested Reading …
- Viewing the Nude: Body and Existence in Space and Time: A Study of Henrik Ibsen’s When We Dead Awaken
- Irony and Sound: The Music of Maurice Ravel by Stephen Zank
- Imperial-Way Zen: Ichikawa Hakugen’s Critique and Lingering Questions for Buddhist Ethics by Christopher Ives
- Focused and Fearless: A Meditator’s Guide to States of Deep Joy, Calm, and Clarity by Shaila Catherine
- Dismantling the Structure of the Ego: Restructuring Everything Build Upon Ego by Jacqui Derbecker
- The Entangled Eye: Visual Perception and the Representation of Nature in post-Darwinian narrative by James Krasner
- Awakening in Time: Practical Time Management for Those on a Spiritual Path by Pamela Kristan
- Awakening: A Sufi Experience by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan
- The Spectrum of Consciousness by Ken Wilber