Sunday, 12 April 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
The transition stage: When we die or as I put it, go through a transition period, we can either go into the light or not, that is our choice, do we not also have the same choice on a collective scale? I think we do....
We are certainly, on a collective scale, going through a transitional phase at the moment in more ways than one, however, any transition means the demise/transition of certain mentalities and practices. This transitional stage can be quite harrowing for some people when they are dying and for others a saving grace, is this any different to what we are witnessing in the present on a collective scale while taking into consideration of religious extremists in particular? To me they don't seem to be going into the light but continuing on there merry way as they have always done, does this mean the collective spirit will flounder around like ghost after the transition?
The collective spirit is in relation to human consciousness as a whole, will the human consciousness as a whole flounder about when they are so distraught while in their death rows, their transitional stage?
When an individual passes over (dies) while still being fixated to certain conscious existences such as extreme religious ideologies, it makes sense such consciousness's will flounder about after the transition period, what we are doing is talking about an actual consciousness here that is very strong within it's fixations. This can also occur in relation to materialism as well or anything else a consciousness becomes fixated too. I have come across this a few times myself where spirits/souls become fixated to a certain consciousness, they just don't want to move on into the light to evolve.
What we are talking about here is the demise/transition of a consciousness, not something of a physical domain, it's about a consciousness that is rapidly changing and some parts of this collective consciousness will find this transition quite hard to take, this is like some people take their own demise/transition in a bad way. The strange thing is, religious extremist views are acting exactly like what some ghosts act like, they just don't want to let go and will do anything to hold onto their fixations.
The big question is now, is the extent of religious extremism today a foretelling sign that religious extremism is actually dead, like a ghosts, they too will hang on to the bitter end and haunt? This of course is no different to anyone being fixated to materialism or anything else we fixate ourselves to. What we fixate ourselves to is a transitory consciousness as we can only be fixated to a transitory states of consciousness, this is due to being in an unaware state while being expressive of a transitory consciousness, a consciousness that is not eternal and aware. I do believe an aware state of consciousness cannot fixate themselves to anything because of such awareness.
The light: Ghosts/spirits that don't move into the light, are unaware of what the light actually is, some of them honestly just don't want to know because of their fixations to a certain transitory consciousness, is religious extremism and materialism, for example, on a collective scale, truly any different to the way a ghost who have fixations to a certain consciousness any different?
The light can be very scary for some people personally, but can be even scarier to a large part off the collective who have fixated themselves to certain transitory states of consciousness, for example, people fixated to religious extremist ideologies and materialism. This is due to the light not being of any fixations what so ever, all transitory conscious fixation give way to the light, this can be very scary for anyone fixated to a certain conscious state. I have utter empathy for any consciousness that is fixated in this way.
The light represents awareness, just imagine how a consciousness that has existed in ignorance for so long, especially of the light, will react to such awareness, it can be quite understandably traumatic to such a consciousness. It's just not going to be an easy transition to make for a lot of the collective consciousness and quite understandably so.
I can't talk myself, I've deliberately kept myself ignorant as much as I could even though I was aware of the light from a young age, this is because I came here to experience spontaneity like everybody else otherwise we wouldn't be here, however, there is now a need to go along with the change for the sake of evolving or ascending consciously. This partakes us to go into the light, in other words become aware of the light and the difference between transitory consciousness and eternal states of consciousness.
We of course have a choice on a collective scale, do we become ghosts or do we move into the light, the choice is ours!!
Thursday, 31 October 2013
Written by Mathew Naismith
Yet but another interesting little discussion going on that I thought I would share with you on the difference between souls & ghosts/spirits. We all seem to have a different perspective on this topic which is quite interesting, it’s just different perspectives we all have making one neither right nor wrong over the other just different.
What Do Ghosts Think?
Ghosts to me are formed by attachments gained through a life or lives lived. Ghosts can only interact with the physical through their own attachments that they have taken with them in the afterlife I believe, that is why we notice them at times otherwise we wouldn't know of their existence.
Ghosts interact therefore think through their attachments that they have taken on in the afterlife & of course can be taken on into the next life they live which I believe we call karma.
The reason the world isn’t full of ghosts is because of the difference between fixated & non fixated attachments. When we pass on most of us only take on attachments which don’t fixate our spirit to the previous physical life but fixated attachments can which we call ghosts I believe.
Sunder, if we were all the same, we would have the same personalities. You are incorrect in your assumptions which draws into question all of you supposition. I don't care about goals and souls. I am here to express this information since I Know I am on my last lifetime. Theosophy has been around for many years and that is what I practice. I've written a new updated version which is 29 pages at this time.
I'll likely add more in the future. I would love to have you read my understanding on Facebook since you seem to need me to read yours...
What makes our souls seem different is our attachments & experiences we have had through various lives, this in my mind doesn’t affect the core of the soul even though it seems too.
Humans seem to have to put humanistic attributes on everything so to us all souls have to be different however when you throw away these human attributes & related emotions we then see that all souls are the same especially initially from when it was created.
If you look back to when the soul were created how would all souls be different at that point when they came from exactly the same source & what seems to change them? They can’t be different so Individual experiences & attachments must seemingly change the soul & I do say seemingly because the core of the soul stays the same I believe.
Yes the soul seems to become more aware through various lived experiences so this has to make all souls different however souls are of no time, there eternal. The reason why there eternal is everything has always existed just not in physical form but in pure conscious form. Yes it seems that our souls, once they reach a certain point, reach Walhalla but if you think on this there is also no time therefore any real starting or ending point however when we bring in time there’s a starting point & ending point therefore Walhalla.
How does one go back or forward in time? Predictions are made ahead of time because time doesn’t have to exist however the paradox is time has always existed but only when we want it too. We as humans perceive there is a starting & ending point which gives us differences & ghosts/spirits which are of time & so is Walhalla. The funny thing is all these things of time also exist in no time as well where pure consciousness abodes, so to speak, but they are only in pure conscious form until we incorporate time within the equation.