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Dreamtime: Where I dream of new realities and new beginnings, the likes which the world has never known. Except in their dreams!
Only humans beings have come to the point where they no longer know why they exist. They don’t use their brains and they have forgotten the secret knowledge of their bodies, their senses, and their Dreamtime. They don’t use the knowledge the Great Spirit has put into every one of them.
They are not even aware of this, so they stumble blindly on the road to nowhere. A paved highway which they themselves bulldoze and make smooth so that they can get faster to the big empty hole which they find at the end, waiting to swallow them up. It’s a quick comfortable superhighway, but I know where it leads to. I’ve seen it. I’ve been there in my vision and it makes me shudder to think about it.”
Quote from the Lakota shaman Lame Deer
Why is it that these supposedly uneducated, uncivilized, non-religious peoples know more about reality and it’s construct then the educated, civilized, religious peoples do? What knowledge do they have that we have some how missed in our education, and where can we find that knowledge?
The Tibetan Buddhist say: In a universe made up of the void and non-void, the non-void is the reality of all visible objects in the universe. The void is, the birthplace of all things in the universe. Only the void is real and all forms in the objective world are illusory. Herein lies the paradox, despite the non-void illusory nature, the non-void still contains an infinitely vast complex of universes. The part is the whole. The reason we are unable to perceive the void directly is because our inner consciousness is to far conditioned in it’s perceptions to see the border between mind and matter, or the frequency domain, this causes us to create a body for ourselves, when we are between-life states.
The Hindus say: Brahman is formless, but is the birthplace of all forms in the visible reality, which appear out of it and then enfold back into Brahman. The Hindus sometimes personify this level of reality, and say it is composed of pure consciousness. The physical world is brought into being through the veiling and projecting powers of consciousness. Maya is the illusory aspect of the material world, and that Brahman is the illusion maker. One should know that Nature is illusion (Maya) and keeps us from realizing there is no such thing as separateness. Maya severs the united consciousness so that the object is seen as, other than the self and then as split up into the infinite objects of the universe.
The Dogon say: That the physical world is a product of a deeper and more fundamental level of reality and is perpetually flowing out of and back into this fundamental level of reality, a more primary aspect of existence. They describe it as: ” To draw up and then return what to one had drawn-that is the life of this world.”
The Bible says: “God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters. And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament, from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.”
The Chinese Say: The energy in everything, it is believed that a strong life force called “qi” “chi”, or “ki” flows around everything, within every object and every living thing. It is generated by the interaction between two opposing forces, the two primal forces of nature. These are known as the “yin” and “yang”. Both forms of energy are necessary for life to survive, neither is better than the other. The Chinese describes the flow of nature and the progress of life as the constant balancing and re-balancing of the yin and yang energies. When these two primary energies interacted, four different energy combinations were created. The I Ching is a representation of the trinity of cosmic unity between Heaven, Earth and Humanity.
I could go on, however, I feel it’s plain to see, that they all represent the same thing. The only difference is the terminology used in the description of the cognitive system, or construct of reality.
A good metaphysical philosophy always has two elements, first it has the seeds of its own destruction, or its own transcendence. You choose the way you wish to look at it. A system is a tool to enhance personal development, not to be blindly followed.
Second, a viable system is non-exclusive. That is, if you are a practicing Hindus, Tibetan, Dogon, Christian, whatever, and someone from another faith or discipline offers a tool that works well, don’t arbitrarily ignore it because it’s not your philosophy or belief. Different approaches to the development of perception grants additional freedoms and a stronger more resilient foundation. When you achieve more control over your life, the wider scope of your involvements permits greater integrity. Allowing the development of perception to remain a source of joy and positive expectation. When developing your abilities in dreaming, feeling and seeing, it’s best to lay a strong precise and lasting foundation. This enables you to aim for the highest good and stay on the true path, the path with heart.
Knowledge Is Power
Experience is Wisdom
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