Saturday, 5 November 2016
Written by Mathew Naismith
I wrote the following to try to help other people understand why they feel so miserable at times. We seem to have become aware that the present environment isn't who we are, in actuality, our present environment reflects anything other than who we truly are. The reason for this lies in what created this reality in the first place, lies, deception and manipulation/backstabbing.
We cannot truly be what lies have created in the first place, of course lies create deception and manipulation, basically, a true depiction of an illusion. We of course can't be an illusion but many of us today are very much apart of this illusion, otherwise the world would be a very different place to what it is today. Many of us have become aware of this illusion and beckon to become expressive of our truer being again.
For starters, we have been made to believe that time and space is all we are, it's a part of who we are but it's not all of what we are, in actuality, time and space is but a tiny portion of our whole being. Within the limitations of time and space, we have created lies upon lies upon lies. It's like a snowball rolling down a snowy hill, it accumulates more of what has initially created it. The further the snowball goes on, the larger the snowball becomes. Our present reality was created from lies, this has accumulated even more of the same as it's allowed to continue. The lies, deception and manipulation isn't lessening, it's growing, however, once you become an observer instead of a participator of the snowball effect, it becomes apparent to the observer it's not of the snowball, it's but an observer of the snowball.
Once you start to become the observer rather than a participator, you become more aware of your truer being, this is quite a natural phenomena to occur when a participant becomes an observer. Some people are having a hard time of this only because they are between being an observer and a participator, no transition period is easy to circumnavigate when in this transition period. It's like circumnavigating the globe void of instrumentation or mapping of any kind, it would be daunting to say the least to do this.
When you have no mapping or instrumentation to guide you from a participator to an observer, basically meaning no sound and true guidance, it's obvious that such a voyage will we harrowing at times. Try to remember that there is a huge difference between a participator and an observer. A participator is usually apart of the lies and deception, where's the observer is no longer of this kind of reality being that the observer is our truer being, not the participator.
I hope the following puts a better perspective on this.
I've become a grumpy old man
The reason lies within my unacceptance
An unacceptance of deceit, lies and backstabbing
Life is too short and precious I feel
I no longer choose to live and accept this kind of environment
For this, I have become a grumpy old man to others
And so be it
Better this than the alternative
An alternative too accepted by too many in my mind
I am not this kind of environment
I am something quite different
A difference that is known to some to be grumpy
And again so be it as the alternative isn't who I truly am
I will never go back this kind of environment
Life is too precious to do so
My own true being is precious
More precious than this kind of environment is by far
Indeed, our environment dictates who we are
We are our environment
But our environment isn't necessarily who we are
Wisdom learnt through life teaches us this
Once you become grumpy towards this kind of environment
You then realise you are indeed apart of a different environment
An environment a lot more constructive towards being your true being
An environment of deceit, lies and backstabbing isn't who anyone is
This isn't our truer being
This however only becomes apparent when you extricate yourself
An extrication from a created environment to your true environment
An environment conductive to being your true being
Monday, 29 August 2016
Written By Mathew Naismith
Looking upon my physical transformation at 52 years of age, all I can feel is total amazement, in actuality, I look upon my whole body and mind and I am totally amazed at my own transition as a whole. You might think I am over stating this but it's one huge WOW factor. My own transition in a reality based on time, is utterly amazing, this is because I am aware that most realities don't consist of experiences of massive transitions like this.
You look upon the Earth and the universe itself, it's amazing how the natural environment goes from one transitional stage to another, the cycles that everything goes through within a universe based on time, is, yes, amazing to say the least. In stating this, human consciousness, after how many centuries, still has very little idea how amazing our environment based on time is. This comprehension of course takes one to realise who they truly are as a whole. OK, time might be an illusion but this doesn't take away how amazing a reality based on time is, the natural environment that time has created is beyond words.
Have I gone totally loony? It would seem so to a lot of people in even suggesting an assumed illusion is amazing beyond words, it's as if my ego controls me to stay within the illusion created by the ego!!
Firstly, only a controlling ego judges what is and isn't an illusion, a controlling ego doesn't want anything controlling it especially an assumed illusion. Even if the ego created the illusion, it doesn't want to be controlled by this illusion so it creates states of non-illusion as opposed to states of illusion such a time itself. However, a non-controlling ego reacts differently, this kind of ego is not fearful of being controlled by an illusion or a non-illusion, this kind of ego will naturally react to life, as a whole, as amazing.
We might think what is so amazing about human consciousness being so chaotic and destructive, especially unto itself?
It's amazing that such a self-proclaimed intelligent life form has the belief it's intelligent in accordance with it's technological advancements. It's also amazing that such a self-proclaimed intelligent form believes it can express high intelligence void of wisdom. Take the yin out of the yang, what is naturally created? Destruction, you can't use high levels of technology void of wisdom, in actuality, the use of high technology has to be balanced out by wisdom to avoid self-destruction. It's amazing that such an intelligent form is trying to use high levels of technology void of wisdom and still think it's intelligent!!
Has human consciousness learnt anything from centuries of destruction?
It's utterly amazing that human consciousness has learnt little if anything from it's own past, how could a remotely intelligent form, that has all this experience before it, can still be as it was centuries gone by? It is obvious that no truly intelligent form tries it's hardest not to evolve but that is exactly what human consciousness has accomplished. In the whole scheme of existence, very few remotely intelligent consciousness has accomplished this, this within itself is amazing. Using high levels of technology void of wisdom isn't evolving, our intelligence in relation to technology has risen but our wisdom has obviously fallen. This has occurred before in Earths history when a conscious forms used high technology void of wisdom.
At present, it seems that human consciousness is being influenced by external consciousness's that impel power, control and dominance. Of course if a more aware and powerful consciousness than human consciousness impels such actions, these actions must be the way to go. Human consciousness is being conditioned to believe there must be a superpower, or more precisely, a master race that is meant to dominate all other races. How often is this exact belief been expressed throughout human or Earths history? It's utterly amazing that a remotely intelligent form can think like this.
The question is now, is there a more dominant consciousness within the universe?
To me, Gaia is consciousness but this kind of consciousness is not actually dominant, it is however about cycles that allow everything within Gaia to evolve. There are however conscious forms that are dominant within the universe, human consciousness certainly hasn't got this on it's own, it would be a bit naive to think this in my mind.
The difference between human consciousness and these other forms of dominating consciousness's, is that these other dominating forms have used wisdom in conjunction with intelligence. It's wise to realise that intelligence doesn't mean intelligence is wisdom.
You could say that wisdom is yin and intelligence is yang, however, as yin and yang, each displays the same attributes as the other. What human consciousness seems to have tried to do, is extract wisdom (yin) from intelligence (yang), of course as of before in Earths history, extracting the yin from the yang or the yang from the yin, naturally and automatically causes a consciousness to destroy itself and it's environment.
We might then think that this more intelligent dominating external consciousness, from human consciousness, hasn't destroyed itself. Once any consciousness destroys other consciousness's through dominance, it will eventually inadvertently destroy (extract) it's own balance within existence as a whole. It all comes down to dominance and non-dominance, control and non-control, yin and yang. Once one tries to dominate to extract (destroy) the other, all this creates is destruction of the dominant.
What is also amazing is that these deemed negatives, bad, evils, basically in all, pain, when gathered up as a whole, is but a grain of sand on a beach. In all of existence as a whole, pain has the relevance of a grain of sand on a beach, only an imbalanced consciousness believes it to be otherwise.
I came across an insightful poem just recently, the poem is in relation to loving/appreciating the present via the following link.
Indeed Nicoleta, appreciate the present, this is inline to observing or participating. The participator participates on the past and future where's the observer is observant of the present only. The past and future are always observed as being of the present negating a past and future, strangely enough, the participator negates the present!!
It's interesting to realise that the observer is of timelessness and the participator is of time which gives us a perception of a past and future. It's good to be a participator (time) but utilised without the balance of the observer (timelessness), the participator will always express destruction. Indeed, a worthwhile poem.
The point is to the grain of sand is, the participator will only perceive what they participate in, the participator will primarily perceive the grain of sand or primarily perceive any other grain of sand but the grain of sand representing pain. The observer however will perceive the whole truth in that the observer will perceive all grains of sand void of bias/judgment.
I will put this in another way. I've had an interesting life to say the least, only once in my life can I remember not being in physical pain, this was for a brief part of one day. Of course this pain being created from a chronic injury from the age of six years old, has caused a lot of mental pain as well. The point is, a lot of people trying to avoid the negatives/pain in life, would not have been able to utilise this pain to benefit others who are far more disabled as I have done. Also, would a person who perceives pain as just being negative, desist in taking pain killers like people like myself? I should also state that healing is likened to taking pain killers, however, when healing is exercised in a balanced way, healing most often helps us to become more balanced from an imbalanced state.
Even though pain in the whole of existence is but a grain of sand on a beach, doesn't make this grain of sand irrelevant to the beach itself. Basically, pain helps give our truer self balance, it's a necessity as yang is to yin and yin is to yang, however, the participator within this reality has either primarily perceived this grain of sand of pain or tries to ignore this grain of sand of pain, either way of perceiving creates an imbalance therefore destruction.
I know a lot of Western minded people think I have no idea what I am talking about but I can't emphasise enough on learning to become an observer, especially at present. The observer will give us back balance from an obvious imbalanced state of existence, this existence is of course primarily dominated by being a participator. Continuing to primarily participate to either perceive the pain or anything but the pain, will only create more destruction as any imbalance within a consciousness naturally does. I'm not stating this from some kind of human ideology, this is coming through me, and yes, I am supposed to share what is coming through me but of course not everything that comes through me. It is difficult to know what I am supposed to share or not at times, learning to be an observer is one of the things I need to share, this is made very clear.
Saturday, 21 May 2016
Written by Mathew Naismith
It would seem I've always perceived life, finite existence, likened to a panoramic view with no separation, meaning that there are no segments or separate lives lived, it's one life. As I have written in posts a few years ago now, I don't perceive, for example, reincarnation as depicting separate lives lived, it's more likened to one life lived separated by intermissions or separate scenes like in a lengthy motion picture. I look at all my finite existence as a motion picture, each frame and scene make up this motion picture we call life, we can either perceive this motion picture as a picture in motion separated by scenes, or, observe this motion picture as a motionless panoramic photo/picture.
Finite = motion picture + separatism + motion + participator + time
Infinite = panoramic photo + collective + motionless + observer + timelessness
Finite existence can give the view or perception of separate lives, you could say this is an illusion as finite existence can delude us to perceive in a separatist way. The question is, is finite existence truly and really about separatism? It's a paradox because the answer is yes and no. Yes, when we perceive through infinite perceptions and no, not when we are perceiving through a finite perception.
Finite existence; refers to an existence of a participator rather than an observer, of course to participate, we need motion or a means to create motion, this is of course is where time comes into it as time is all about motion. To create motion however, you need to first separate this picture into segments or frames, like a movie motion picture, to give it motion, time does this very well.
Infinite existence; refers to an existence of an observer, the observer observing the whole of life as one frame or as a motionless panoramic photo. It's quite understandable why the observer is more aware and wiser than a participator.
However, as many people like me have done, you can exist by a finite and infinite existence, this allows one to experience finite existence while at times observing these experiences. What I don't do is separate finite existence from infinite existence, any kind of separation denotes predominant finite perceptions within the act of separating one from the other. This means no matter how traumatising an experience is within finite existences, it's just as accepted, and most importantly, appreciated as an infinite existence experience. You of course can only be appreciative of life traumas when being the observer through an infinite existence, perceiving predominately through finite perceptions will only enhance traumas.
How does one appreciate traumatising times in one's life?
You don't at the time of the trauma, this act in being unappreciative is also appreciated but only when you observe the whole life, not one segment of frame of life and this is the point. The more we separate life into individual segments, the more dramatic our lives become, how dramatic is a movie motion picture compared to a panoramic photo? Even if the panoramic photo was of a traumatising time, once you put this still picture into motion, it makes the scene a lot more dramatic, our lives in a finite reality are very much like this.
Take a look at the difference between the perceptions of ISIS and consumerist materialism or one religion to another for example, each difference within these group of people denote a different frame or scene within a motion picture. Now observe these differences as one whole picture as if you are watching all of a motion picture all at once as one motionless picture, what you are observing becomes automatically less dramatic.
Do people like myself allow drama and trauma to be a part of their lives?
Absolutely, for to do otherwise would to be predominantly of finite existence through the simple expression of separating one from the other.
Does this mean we should just accept the dramas and traumas in our lives?
It's really up to the individual, however, if you no longer want to be a participator within a finite reality, become the observer by not separating life, as a whole, into different segments. This means stop separating one part of life, no matter how traumatising it is, from other parts of your life, observe your whole existence as one life lived.
As of always, balance is the key, don't try to push something away by pulling something in and expect a more balanced peaceful existence, this just isn't going to occur as human history quite plainly shows us. Any retaliation will create an opposing retaliation, pulling something in to push something out denotes a participator, instead, also become an observer which depicts an infinite existence that will balance out the finite existence. Yes. at times it's a fine balance, at times balancing one extreme with another but note, every extreme will create more drama. Balancing out life with one extreme with another extreme denotes a predominant finite existence. The less of the extreme we express, the more of the infinite we become.
Finite or infinite existence on it's own isn't balance, finite existence is all about drama and trauma where's infinite existence is all about a passive existence, one being seemingly separate to the other. I do find it strange that people who are trying to be of infinite existence, will at times totally separate themselves from finite existence, this action is of course primarily of finite existence, any separation denotes a finite existence.
A true infinite existence takes one to balance out finite and infinite existences, it's not about separating one from the other. We are so used to perceiving in a motion picture way, we can only perceive by separating one from the other. Each scene is separate to us in finite existences where in infinite existences they are one of the same with no separation from fame to frame, scene to scene as in a motion picture. A true infinite existence is liked to a motionless panoramic picture showing all of what is in one go, this might sound daunting but it's quite the opposite, it's very reassuring and comforting. In effect, finite existence is only this motionless panoramic picture of the infinite put into motion like a motion picture.....
Sunday, 20 March 2016
Written by Mathew Naismith
Everything of time is supposed to be an illusion because we often delude ourselves in thinking this is all we are, in all, everything of motion, therefore time, is an illusion, this is because as soon as we lose the ability to observe, we become primarily a participator but does this really matter?
For it to matter is of motion, to label what is or isn't an illusion is also motion, therefore, as soon as we label what is what, we become a part of what we have perceived as being an illusion. What we are doing is perceiving an illusion while within an illusion, how credible is this perception going to be in the first place?
A true observer will not label or separate one thing from the other, this is primarily due to such observers not actually observing illusions. What they observe is the bigger picture when all we see mostly is the smaller picture.
Observer = big picture + timelessness + non-perceptional + oneness + no illusions or non- illusions
Participator = small picture + time + perceptional + separatism + illusions and non-illusions
The big and small picture refers to having no perceptions to having perceptions, the big picture is not about having perceptions, it's about observing perception. The observer will only observe the big picture which denotes an existence void of perceptions. If such an observer was to see the smaller picture, at this point the observer is no longer an observer but a participator.
Does it matter being a participator? If it does, you are no closer to be an observer purely because you are still being expressive of a participator by expressing perceptions or judgments. As soon as we have a perception of what is or isn't an illusion, we are primarily a participator, however, would not an observer who is not worried about participating, therefore perceiving what is what, express themselves in this way? To an observer, it doesn't matter as long as we are also aware of the big picture while participating in the small picture. It basically all comes down to being aware.
To a participator who is also observing, there is seemingly a separation between illusions and non-illusions, time and timeliness, any kind of participation denotes separation, basically, time, therefore perceptions, are of separatism. As soon as we have motion (time), we have perceptions which we call illusions. The thing to remember here, the observer is only observing the big picture void of separatist perceptions and is of course of timelessness. Within this timelessness, when did time become apparent when within this timelessness there is no starting or ending point of origin? The point is, time has always existed within timelessness therefore so have the illusions and delusions, they are indeed real, however, we can, as a participators, become deluded in thinking this is all we are.
"The yin is a part of the yang as illusions are apart of non-illusions, it's wise not to separate the yin from the yang for all this will do is create more illusion than non-illusions thus unbalancing existence".
Just thought I would mention this. A lot of us have pulled away from being religious or have disdain for religions, it's wise to remember, religions have always had perceptions of there being more to us than we often perceived, in my mind, we owe a lot of our present development to religions.
Tuesday, 2 February 2016
Written by Mathew Naismith
It comes down to do we really own our own thoughts and feelings? One perspective on this says we do, intimacy for example is often a reflection of an individual thought process making this type of experience very personal, basically a one of. Intimacy is of course determined and created by the ego, you can't experience an intimate moment without ego. Anything seemingly personalised has derived from the ego, the ego in this case separates our own thoughts and feelings from other conscious forms.
There are however a number of good reason why our thoughts and feelings are never truly separated from the rest of consciousness, this perspective of non-separation or non-duality is of course saying we never truly experience personal thoughts or feelings, this is of course also saying personal thoughts and feeling don't exist. Don't despair, freeing ourselves from personal feelings and thoughts is highly awakening for only in this state will a consciousness experience, and be able to express, a true form of unconditional love.
Oneness; is of course telling us that all expressions of consciousness are one, the perception of oneness tells us that personal thoughts and feelings don't exist for all is one.
Observer; also states that we are always being observed so no true intimacy can actually take place, if there is no true form of intimacy, there is no true sense of individualism which states that personal thoughts and feelings don't actually exist.
Non-individual perspectives; relate to everything we feel and think, comes from our environment, this means every perception we have has derived from other perspectives. This is also stating that all our personal feeling and thoughts were created from perceptions and perspectives that were already existing before we were even born.
There is also something else to consider here, DNA carries the memories that often influences our thoughts and actions, in other words DNA represents memory and a perception that wasn't developed by us, however, we can still influence this DNA. Influencing DNA is like when we influence another persons thoughts and feelings, just because we can influence another persons thoughts and feeling, doesn't mean we own these thoughts and feelings, the same with DNA which we have by the way inherited. DNA plays a major part in our thoughts and feelings.
Ownership; in a sense of true spirituality, you are unable to own anything, like you are unable to actually own material possessions, you are also unable to own non-material possessions like our thoughts and feeling.
I am now going to, in a sense, change the topic to something more on a personal basis.
I've had some interesting times in relation to my family recently, the difference between my family and myself in perspective and mentality is obvious, this difference can of course cause even more disharmony in our lives. Because I don't judge one life experience being above or more worthy of expressing than another, I'm usually accepting of any expression different to mine, this is until such discord disrupts my life to the extent of changing my own perceptions and mentality.
While going through this discord, I wrote three quotes which will hopefully explain a little better what I went through in recent times.
"The world is my oyster, this is true without a doubt, this however is only because the oyster will only produce it's true beauty in the exact right climate. Guess what, the same is with all of us, get the gist of it now!!"
Only with the right environment can we create our truer inner beauty, basically, becoming aware or bringing forth our inner beauty. The kind of reality this inner beauty can create is beyond words, but to first create this, we need the exact right environment, this of course takes one to discard anything that is going to hinder such creation. Accepting expressions of discord is one thing, allowing this discord to hinder our growth is another, we are indeed supposed to evolve but only if we are aware of the pearl within ourselves!!
In our case, the pearl already exists, it's just we have become unaware of this pearl because of the way our environment has conditioned us.
"I've allowed life experiences to make me more aware, not condition me to life experiences, there is a big difference!!"
This quote of course relates to the way we have allowed life experiences and other people's perceptions and mentality to condition us. Instead of becoming aware through our life experiences, we have allowed these, often discordant experiences, to influence us. This is of course instead of expressing ourselves through our inner pearl, our inner self.
However, when we allow these life experiences to make us more aware, the people who are conditioned by their experiences, see this as a threat to them on a personal level. As of my family, any person who allowed life experiences to condition them, will often lash out at anyone who has become aware and non-conditioned by life experiences. The reason for this is simple, anyone who becomes more aware through their life experiences, will tell it how it actually is, no deceit or lies. I don't know of any person who has allowed life experiences to condition them can handle any kind of truth, most often in any sense what so ever.
"Life, what can I say, it sucks when it sucks but when it doesn't, nothing sucks, pure and simple, we make life what it is!!"
In a sense, this quote is referring to when we are expressive of the pearl , or, we have allowed life experiences to make us more aware instead of conditioned to life experiences, in this state, nothing sucks!!
In relation to my family, I must allow them to go their own way by not trying to condition them to my own perceptions and mentality, everything I say anyway is usually met with some kind of discordant rebuttal. It is wise being aware of how life experiences can condition us instead of making us more aware, it is also wise to be aware that such awareness is not a personal experience, only a person conditioned by life will think so. Such people will of course experiences life that mostly sucks......however, life itself doesn't suck, it's just our perspective of life that creates a life that sucks!!
Thursday, 1 October 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
The Observer: Fist of all I need to explain what is meant by holographic. Holograms are to do with; the intermediate photograph (or photographic record) that contains information for reproducing a three-dimensional image by holography, length, width, depth. What I am going to state is that these holographs are created from blueprint plans that are still motionless until put into motion by a consciousness, this of course takes an observing consciousness to put these blueprint plans into motion and create a holographic image, in our case a 3rd dimensional reality.
The observer is referring to a consciousness of the 12th dimension, a consciousness that is observing, what is sort of like, a blueprint plan of all the other dimensions. In our case in the 3rd dimension, this observation created a full holographic 3D image. In actuality, these blueprint plans are always being observed, but like any blue print plan, these plans don't come to life until expressed, in other words put into motion by a consciousness, the universe itself is a good example of this in my mind.
You can observe a blueprint plan without expressing it, but as soon as it becomes a thought, only at this point is this plan being expressed by a consciousness.
I'm not saying that there are actual blueprint plans in the 12th dimension, this is the only way I can explain how things are created from the 12th dimension. Because there is no time within the 12th dimension, there is no past or future, only the now (the present moment), this means everything exists in the same moment. This is due to everything having been already written, this however doesn't mean we can't change our destiny though.
What would have happened if we listened to the wisdom being expressed by some great people in the past like Jesus, Confucius, Rumi, Buddha and so on? Our life would be somewhat different to what it is now, both scenarios of listening and not listening to these people were already written, we just had to choose collectively which one to live by.
There is absolutely no thought within the 12th dimension, this dimension is purely of observing without expression so how do these plans, that are already written, become an expression in the first place?
Creation of Souls: At the very moment the 12th dimensional consciousness becomes thought, this is when this consciousness becomes an expression, such consciousness's are then no longer of the 12th dimension. You could say at this precise moment is when souls are created.
These blueprint plans within the 12th dimension are actually alive unlike actual blueprint plans creates by man. For man to create a blueprint plan, this already took thought therefore motion, however, the blueprint plans within the 12th dimension already exist but only as an observation even though these plans are already alive and in motion.
For man to draw up blue prints takes thought therefore motion, to the person drawing up these plans, these plans are already alive within their thoughts, all they need now is to be physically expressed in 3D. As soon as man even thinks of drawing up plans, he has gone past observing to expressing, this is quite different in the 12th dimension even though the plans already exist.
The big difference between man's plans and 12th dimensional conscious plans is to do with time and timeliness. Man's blueprint plans do not come alive until they become thought, this is due to man being influenced by time which needs a starting and ending point. 12th dimensional consciousness works quite differently mainly because it's not influenced by time, there is no starting or ending point due to timelessness, everything has always existed as there is only a present moment (the now).
In other words within the 12th dimension, there is no starting point of thought to draw up plans as there is no time, this means all thinking processes have always existed within the 12th dimension. However, this isn't saying that 12th dimensional consciousness is of thought therefore motion, it's clearly only an observer without thought. Once consciousness is of thought, it becomes of motion, this is precisely when souls are created I feel.
You might think this 12th dimensional consciousness has to go beyond observing to thinking to create souls, this isn't the case because everything, including souls, have always existed but only as a blueprint. In other words these souls are not as yet of a holographic form.
Look at it like this, when a certain blueprint plan comes into action within time, this is when the souls consciousness observes and thinks of it's part within the blueprint plan, this is when the soul is created. You must remember here, these blueprint plans are determined by time within dimensions of time so have a starting and ending point of creation, this isn't the case in the 12th dimension which isn't determined by time.
Holographic: Being holographic means 3D, a perception of length, width, depth. This perception of length, width, depth, created a 3rd dimension consciousness, usually a consciousness that is unable to perceive beyond 3D perceptions. This doesn't mean holographs are only of a 3rd dimension though, even in the 5th dimension we still perceive in 3D, length, width, depth, but with an added perception of 5D. This means such consciousness's will also be able to perceive through 3rd dimensional physical form. It's like perceiving everything as vibrations without form.
The strange thing about the 1st and 2nd dimensions is you perceive in 3D and 5D, however, all consciousness is used and abused as a 3rd dimensional entity brought on by a high degree of egotism. You don't however have a high degree of egotism within the 5th dimension to contented with, the difference between the 1st, 2nd and 5th dimension is the extreme expressions of egotism within the 1st and 2nd dimensions.
Not every dimension is holographic but they can be holographic to a degree, actually, once a consciousness goes beyond the 5th dimension, it's no longer of a holographic expression. Does this mean that these consciousness's beyond the 5th dimension, are unable to perceive in 3D? As we are mostly unable to perceive beyond 3D, they too are unable to perceive anything of a 3rd dimensional consciousness, the only consciousness that is able to observe all dimensions is the 12th dimensional consciousness. This doesn't mean, like us, that these consciousness's from other dimensions don't know of other dimensions, it's that they are unable to perceive other dimensions not of their own conscious perceptions. The only way to perceive other dimensional consciousness's, is through experiencing these dimensions.
The 12th dimensional consciousness observes us as a holographic image, this same consciousness also, at the same moment, observes other dimensions not of holographic images. The only way it can do this is through only being an observer, as soon as any consciousness becomes expressive of a dimensional consciousness, it looses the ability to observe other dimensional consciousness's. In actuality, none of us have lost the ability to be the observer, right now at this precise moment, you are also observing your own and every other consciousness no matter what dimension they are experiencing. No matter how involved you become of other dimensional consciousness's, you are still being an observer, this is wholly due to you never being truly disconnected from the 12th dimension.
We are at the same precise moment being a participant of these dimensions as well as observing these dimension, we can only perceive this if we perceive beyond these holographic dimensional images.
Friday, 7 August 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
As I wrote in my last post, the soul can also accrue conditions that need healing very much like the human self, this is due to the soul becoming too fixated to mortal existences.
Recently on a discussion board, I posted the following quote of mine,” A true spiritual path is a quietened path for only in our quietness can we observe!! Some people disagreed with this quote and stated a true spiritual path can only be followed if the soul is guiding us. My query with this is, what if this soul is as fixated to mortal existences as much as the human self through accrued conditions that stop a soul from following their souls chosen path? The following was the reply I gave on this discussion.
A quietened path allows one to observe and become aware through such observations instead of just participating. The soul, through lack of observational skills, can become just as unobservant than the human self, this often leads to chaos.
This happens when the soul becomes just as fixated to mortal existences than the human self, in this case, it’s advisable to follow the path of your immortal self, in other words the spirit of the soul, there is a difference but only when the soul becomes fixated to mortal existences.
I’ve actually come across souls, that have no physical body or mind, who have such fixations that blind them to their truer existence and path.
Should we follow the guidance of a soul that is just as fixated to mortal existence than the human self? This actually occurs and I think it’s something we need to be aware of .
Are we following our true path if the guidance of a soul is only fixated to mortal existences? It would seem not, not in a lot of cases, this is because the soul can be tricked onto a path not of their own souls choosing but of other souls choosing. I’ve experienced this first and I know it happens. This again is worth being aware of.
If our soul is no longer being the observer and the participator because of accrued fixations, can we trust our souls to guide us on our chosen path?
It’s apparent to me we can be influenced to follow other souls paths other than our own even at the soul level, once the soul stops being the observer, it’s becomes less aware and vulnerable to other influences. We are the same at the human level, as soon as we loose direction, we make ourselves vulnerable to other influences which can lead us off our own chosen path. War is a good example of this, how many people who go to war actually want to die for their country? To do this, they have left a previous existence, a previous path somewhat different to dying for one’s country.
The soul is only as good as it’s aware and it’s only as aware to the degree of observation, once this observation is hindered by fixations to mortal existences, it becomes less aware and more vulnerable to other influences.
I was myself extremely vulnerable when I lost direction at certain times in my life, this was all due to me becoming more of a participator than an observer. At any time I could have been killed which would have drastically changed my chosen path. Because of my connection, I put myself in great peril. No chosen path is set in concrete, in other words, if we allow, our path can be altered by other influences around us but only if we are unaware.
Yes, some people paths will lead them to die for their country or a path changed by other influences in other ways, this is inevitable, but not all paths are meant to go this way. The more vulnerable we make ourselves to the soul that is fixated to mortal existences and consequence accrued conditions, the more vulnerable we are to other influences that will try to change our chosen path.
If we are in ourselves, at the human level, being an observer as well as a participator, it’s unlikely your soul isn’t doing the same, in this case it’s worth being guided by your soul. If however we are just going along with everyone and only participating, it’s likely your soul is doing the same but not necessarily. Some souls choose to be the observer while allowing the human self only be a participator, this however leaves you open to vulnerabilities which may or may not be a part of your chosen path. In this case, the human self is unlikely to listen to the soul when the human self becomes too fixated to mortal existences.
By allowing your human self to become aware of being an observer, will allow one to become more in tune with their soul. Learning to become an observer can even change a soul fixated to mortal existences to also become once again an observer. Once a soul becomes an observer again, it can then be trusted to once again be our guide on our chosen path. I do think that is why we have (automatically) created so much chaos, our souls have become fixated and tainted by accrued conditions brought about by these fixations to mortal existences. Even if our souls weren’t tainted by these conditions, we are still not listening to our souls at the human level.
I should also point out here, it’s worth becoming aware of beyond the soul to the spirit of the soul, the spirit of the soul being only of immortal existence (consciousness itself). This is due to the spirit being unable to become fixated to anything of what is mortal, this includes any accrued conditions created by mortal existences, in other words the spirit is more purer within it’s consciousness. Could you imagine the kind of reality this would create, it’s very much a possibility!!
Monday, 3 August 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
Seeing our truer or whole self isn’t easy for us to do, this is because we usually only see ourselves as a mortal being and that all other immortal beings being of a higher stature to ourselves. This is actually an odd assumption to make, this is all due to mortality denoting motion, the more motion (consciousness) we express, the more like a mortal we think and act, in other words mortality = motion. All this motion is, is an expression of consciousness itself , an expression of what we call God’s consciousness. The more expressive we are of this consciousness, or consciousness period, the more mortal we will feel, of course at this stage we are going to praise any other consciousness more aware than ours as being of a higher stature.
The enlightened self here is really referring to the self that is more aware or more connected to consciousness itself, thinking only in a mortal way, gives us the idea that being enlightened is a heightened state of consciousness when it’s really only a state of consciousness that isn’t being as expressive of consciousness itself, in other words an enlightened state is more aware only because it’s more motionless. You might think this is strange, wouldn’t a consciousness state be more aware while being expressive of consciousness itself, therefore, the more motion you express, the more aware you become? The thing is, the more motionless a conscious state is, the more of an observer it becomes and of course the more aware. Being enveloped and involved in expressing this consciousness, hinders our capabilities of being an observer, we have basically become fixated to expressing this consciousness through motion, forgetting how to be an observer in the meantime.
Everyone, without question, in realities like this one, are being expressive of consciousness itself in one way or another, they are expressing some form of motion, however, some people are able to be expressive of this motion and still stay an observer to some extent. Spiritual awareness teaches us this to one extent or another, a good example of this is meditation. You might think praying must also do the same but it doesn’t, this is because while we are praying, we are praying to a higher consciousness higher than ourselves in some way, within this action alone, we are demonstrating we are mortal. Yes, while meditating, you can meditate as a mortal but you can also meditate as an immortal, on the other hand, praying only denotes a state of mortality.
This however doesn’t make praying useless, praying teaches us to focus and gives thanks to all the motions we are able to experience, this might not sound important but it is. Praying allows us to be appreciative of what we experience and allows one to focus on the good things in life when experiencing trauma, chanting works in a similar way. By praying to a higher consciousness, we also become more connected to this consciousness, but in doing so, we most often believe we are less worthy, this couldn’t be further from the truth because all you are doing is expressing this God’s consciousness, is it unworthy expressing this God’s consciousness? Yes, we become too much about the motion of consciousness itself and neglect the motionlessness state of this consciousness, this doesn’t however make us unworthy, it just make us unaware. By being unaware, does this make these consciousness’s unworthy? No, it just makes a consciousness unaware of itself and it’s connection to consciousness itself.
To use an example of how we have become, what is called fallen from grace, I will use Greek mythology. Fallen from grace first of all, to me, means being unaware through too much motion while not being aware of our motionless self. Motionless of course means being expressive of consciousness itself through observation, we on the other hand, while existing in a reality of motion, have neglected keeping in touch with our enlightened self (consciousness itself) in it’s motionless state.
So often through Greek mythology is it mentioned about God’s and Goddesses becoming expressive of being mortal, so much so that at times that they forget their place, their truer enlightened self. To me, the God’s and Goddesses refer to ourselves falling from grace, from a state of enlightenment to a state of ignorance, and in turn, usually causing chaos in doing so. Chaos is of course caused by a consciousness falling from grace, from a state of awareness to a state of being unaware.
Like anything written for mortals by mortals, there is a higher entity, a higher consciousness, in Greek mythology it’s Zeus, in Christianity it’s a God of man and so on. This mentality of there being a higher stature of consciousness, allows us to stay connected to our motionless self while experiencing and being expressive of motion in a reality of motion, this sadly enough in my mind takes us away from being an observer. A lot of religions do this through their doctrines while forgetting their own true place within consciousness itself, in other words their too focused on the doctrines and not enough on their own connection to consciousness itself.
A lot of people who are into, what is called new age spirituality, focus more on the connection rather than doctrines, well to some extent. I know a number of people who religiously meditate, their doctrine s in this case become meditation practices, this practice however allows them to focus on the connection rather than just the doctrines that were written by mortals themselves for mortal mentalities. Religious doctrines can work in the same manner but only if used in conjunction with this connection, however, I feel his connection can only be obtained if we see ourselves as being immortal as well. This is like someone meditating, if they meditate as a mortal, they won’t become as connected than if they meditate as an immortal, it’s really all got to do with how we perceive ourselves, as mortals or immortals or both.
It’s important to see yourself as a God or Goddess fallen from grace to become better connected to consciousness itself I feel, however within this mentality, we will most often perceive through a mortal mentality and see this God and Goddess status as being of a higher status, this is quite normal. We perceive this because we are only seeing ourselves as being mortal, try truly seeing yourself as immortal. Once you truly obtain this perception, you become aware that there is no higher or lower stature, just different expressions of motions of consciousness.
Immortal = motionless self + egoless self + awareness +God’s consciousness + timelessness
Mortal = motion + ego self + unaware + expressive of God’s consciousness + time
I should also say here, just because you are immortal, doesn’t mean you won’t express motion, we are a good example of this, we are truly immortal within our truer selves, but in realities of motion, we are expressive of consciousness itself through motion. Being truly immortal is being aware that you are truly immortal before expressing yourself as a mortal, in other words you are an enlightened consciousness before you became unenlightened, unaware of your immortal self.
Now I denoted being immortal to timelessness, this is due to timelessness being of motionless, there is not starting or ending point so there is no movement, no motion therefore no creation. In this case, how could being immortal come before expressing yourself in motion when there is no starting or ending point of origin?
I also mentioned there is no creation in timelessness, how could there be when there is no starting point of creation? You can’t create anything unless you have a starting point and to have a stating point you need time, this means everything was created through time, through motion and a mortal mentality, not this motionless God’s consciousness. We mustn’t forget here that everything is expressed from God’s consciousness, this means everything either it be of motion or motionless is of this God’s consciousness.
In this motionless timeless state, everything has always existed but only as pure consciousness including our mortal selves. Time allows this motionless consciousness to be expressed, once this consciousness is expressed, we have creation, this means before this consciousness is expressed we are immortal before expressing ourselves as mortals. You can only express yourself in time and it’s this time that gives us motion. Pure consciousness on the other hand is of timelessness therefore motionless until it’s expressed in time. Time has also always existed but not the expressing of consciousness itself in time, this is new only because it has a starting point within time itself. The thing with time is it’s mortal, it’s governed by cycles of motion that have a starting and ending point, this is why we think we are only mortal expressions of consciousness, you can easily see why we perceive there has to always be a higher status when there isn’t.
Sunday, 7 June 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
Consciousness can be expressed in infinite ways, look at how differently expressive we are to each other and this is just in a physical reality, what about how different consciousness is beyond physical realities, it's seemingly insurmountable for us to perceive. This to me is due to physicality stopping us from perceiving beyond certain fixed boundaries, in other words physicality has made it difficult to perceive past physical realities, this isn't done by accident though, there is a purpose to this as there is of everything of what consciousness is.
There are certain states of conscious awareness one can get into that shows everything we are and everything we are able to be expressive of, this includes the infinite ways we can exist. In this state, we realise we are of everything of what consciousness is either it be expressive of motion or of motionless, either it be of physicality or of something else, this is a true state of oneness. This is all due to not separating motion from motionless, physicality from spirituality which is in reference to a non-physical form or a formless existence. Is true oneness separating one part of consciousness from the other? No, true oneness is the realisation that everything of consciousness is just that, it's of one consciousness no matter how it's expressed.
A lot of us would like to think this oneness is a state of motionlessness, a total harmonious state of stillness, however, how can we be in total oneness when we exclude certain parts of how consciousness is expressed? Yes we can judge what is and what isn't an illusion, this allows us to judge what true oneness is or isn't. What we are not getting away from here is judgement, judging something an illusion is judging a wrong as opposed to a right way to exist when there is no true right or wrong way to exist in the first place. Yes, we can observe what's a wrong way to exist, this is usually a destructive chaotic existence as opposed to harmonious constructive existence but what are we expressive of here when judging this so? Physicality, physicality refers to satisfaction of physical drives and appetites, it serves us to perceive what is and isn't an illusion and what is a true oneness state.
When you observe consciousness as a whole without judging a wrong or right, an illusion or a non-illusion, we get to see a different picture of what true oneness is, it's being in a state that is aware that consciousness as a whole, no matter how it's expressed, is still consciousness.
Let's now take a look at this physical reality, could we be expressive of consciousness in a physical way if we were in this true oneness state? We should be aware here, that while in this oneness state, we are aware of all other ways to exist and all other ways we have existed. Once consciousness is aware of all it is, being expressive of consciousness in a physical way would be impossible, in other words our unawareness of our whole existence has made it possible to be expressive of consciousness is such away. Now exclude consciousness itself being able to be expressive of itself in a physical way, you no longer have a true state of oneness once you exclude any part of expressing this consciousness in anyway.
What is actually being stated here is, consciousness can be expressive of motion in the same exact moment that it expresses motionless, this is because consciousness itself as a whole is not only influenced by physicality but by spirituality as well, a state of non-physical form or of total formlessness. Again this consciousness can be of form and or formlessness at the same exact moment, this is very difficult for us to perceive because we are predominantly influenced by physicality, this means we are predominately influenced by satisfaction of physical drives and appetites.
What happens to us when we experience an OBE, are we not, at the same exact moment, expressive of physical and non-physical form? When we remember an OBE, we are aware at the physical mind level and the spiritual mind level in that present moment.
We are all expressive of OBE's, in other words everyone experiences OBE's so why don't we remember them? Physicality, our physical minds are unable to remember such experiences because we are only fixated to our satisfaction of physical drives and appetites in one way or another. This means we are unable to perceive being able to be in form and in a formless state in the same exact moment. When you look down at your own body (form) while experiencing an OBE, you are at that exact same moment expressive of form and of formlessness. OBE's to me quite clearly show that we can be expressive of form and formlessness at the same moment, this also shows that consciousness is only in a true oneness state when it's also expressive of all of what it is. This of course takes this consciousness to be expressive of motion and motionless states at the same exact present moment.
Becoming an observer also shows us that we can indeed participate and observe in the same present moment, observing your own participation is simular to OBE's, you can consciously observe your own consciousness being expressive of consciousness itself, this is how consciousness can be of form and of formlessness at the same exact present moment. Like OBE's, we are all observing our own expressions of consciousness in physical form, and like OBE's, most of us don't remember being an observer but we all are, we are all in total observing how expressive we are of consciousness in physical form, in other words everyone is observing their physical expressions of consciousness with absolutely no exceptions.
So why don't we all become aware of our own observations? This is simple, would we be as expressive of consciousness if we were aware of our own observations? Our own awareness would influence the way we express such consciousness taking away any true oneness of this consciousness, we are, in our present awareness, a true expression of oneness. This is very hard for us to perceive as it's hard for us to perceive being in form and in a formless state at the same exact moment.
It is quite obvious we are supposed to become aware, this too is but another expression of consciousness that makes consciousness itself of a true oneness state.
Wednesday, 20 May 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
Three consecutive quotes came to me recently which impact on each other, it's like a three step description on how to become the observer, a more enlightened (awake) consciousness from an unenlightened state of consciousness. The trick is, is not to try to become enlightened but to release yourself from an unenlightened state of consciousness without intentions or taking action.
Step 1: Obtain a quiet mind through being aware that every time we react to another conscious source, we create more ripples within this consciousness which only feeds the controlling ego to become even more controlling. The ripples within consciousness represent a chaotic effect which the ego feeds from.
You might think it's not easy to quieten the mind but it is, all you need to do is realise every time you react, you are feeding the ego which causes more ripples within consciousness itself. It's all about being aware of the effects of what our actions and intentions have on consciousness. All actions and intentions are ego driven, be aware of how controlling the ego is when being expressive of such actions and intentions.
Step 2: This should be an automatic response from quietening the mind, once we learn to quieten the mind, we automatically express more inactions, this in turn quells the chaos within consciousness. Harmony is an expression of inactions and is counter productive to creating chaos.
Step 3: Once step 1 and 2 are accomplished, we again automatically become the observer and once we become the observer, we begin to release ourselves quite automatically from an unenlightened state of consciousness. This takes no actions or intentions at all to reach this state. You might think you have intentions of quietening the mind but all you are doing is releasing yourself from an unenlightened state, all this takes is to let go of the controlling factors of the ego. This is being your true self which has always existed, this takes no actions or intentions except just being the truer you.
To get a better picture of this, look at consciousness as a body of water that is being influenced by chaos, a movement that creates ripples, now stop all movement (actions and reactions of the ego, you will now notice the body of water is calm and tranquil once again, this body of water now represents your truer self. You are not taking actions through intentions but are now being inactive through releasing yourself from the controlling factors of the ego.
If you have intention of quietening the mind, you might experience a bit of step 2 but you won't go on and experience step three. The trick is to just let go of actions and intentions and be your truer self again, a calm tranquil body of water (consciousness).
I should point out that all unenlightened states of consciousness express ego traits, this is perfectly natural, it's even natural to express a totally controlling ego, nothing of consciousness is unnatural even though the controlling ego tries to convince us otherwise. If we truly want, or more precisely need, to change a conscious reality, all we need to do is become aware of how consciousness behaves when stimulated or influenced by movement (actions and intentions). Yes, it is this simple!!
Sunday, 17 May 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
This is a topic I have been quite reluctant to write about and share for various reasons, if we are too fixated to our own consciousness, trying to understand another quite different consciousness is going to be nearly impossible, this I feel is due to relating how other consciousness's exist in comparison to our own consciousness. It is obvious a small minority of people are going to relate to what I am about to write, this is due to the fact that I wouldn't write about such topics otherwise, that is the way consciousness works. The two conscious states I'm going to discuss here are enlightened/aware states and unenlightened/unaware states of consciousness.
We are obviously in an unenlightened state and in this state we perceive how another far more aware (awoken) state of consciousness exists, the accuracy of our perception within this consciousness obviously isn't going to be spot on or precise, basically all what most of us can do is presume.
Dream States: When we are asleep, we are at most unaware of our environment we are asleep in, many things occur around us that we are quite unaware of until we reawaken, in other words enlighten our selves of our surroundings again when we awaken. A totally enlightened/aware state works in the same way except in this state we are aware of all of what is instead of being just aware of what's occurring in our dreams and our immediate environment. Actually a lot of us are not even aware of their dreams when in a dream state.
An unenlightened state for an enlightened consciousness is like what we experience in a dream state, in other words we are obviously unenlightened within this reality so we are in a dream state of consciousness, this is where the similarities between an unenlightened state and an enlightened state occur. We to our enlightened selves, our inner self, look at what we are experiencing as a dream. One of the major dissimilarities between the enlightened self and the unenlightened self is there are no nightmares within a truly enlightened state. To many of us we are suffering and entrapped within a reality of no free will or choice, to us this would have to be a nightmare to our enlightened self but it's not.
I should point out hear that an unenlightened state refers to a dream like state where you are not aware of everything in the environment you are in, in other words dream states refer to an unenlightened state, an unaware state of consciousness.
Extreme Reactions: Love, hate, pain, ecstasy an so on take on a different meaning within an enlightened state, we perceive, while fixated to an unenlightened state, that these emotions are the same or simular to an enlightened state but there not. If you take the ego out of the equation, you take all extreme reactions out of an experience/reality, this makes a huge difference to the way we exist and perceive within such realties. How would you react if you had your ideologies and spiritual practices taken away from you? Most people would freak, they couldn't handle this because of the extreme affect this would have upon them, the ego just can't handle what it judges as extreme, it would be a nightmare to the ego. Now take away the extreme reactions of the ego, the nightmare just doesn't occur.
To a totally harmonious enlightened state, nightmares are an impossibility, they just can't occur mainly because of their harmonious state of existence brought about by being greatly aware. Like in our own dreams, this reality is a dream to our enlightened self, how aware are we, in our unenlightened state, of this dream that our enlightened self is having while we are dreaming? We are no more aware than when we are in a dream state ourselves but this isn't the case with our enlightened self. What I am saying is, this unenlightened state is not a nightmare to our enlightened self even though most of us would think it would have to be.
The reason for this is simple, it is impossible for an enlightened state to express extreme emotions controlled by the ego, this is due to the ego being unable to take control of an enlightened consciousness creating dramas/chaos through extreme emotions and subsequent nightmares and misery.
It's going to be virtually impossible for a number of people to realise that our enlightened self can't see this reality as a nightmare, an entrapment brought about by being in an unenlightened state, a dream state in other words. How many people see this dream state, this reality, as a nightmare? Well it's not, not to our enlightened selves.
The Observer: OBE's, out of body experiences, show us a little of what our enlighten self observes while our physical minds are asleep, we become aware of our immediate environment and any other environment we enter into while experiencing an OBE. In this state we are still unenlightened to our enlightened self but we are more aware than if our physical minds were just dreaming. We can while in this state observe our body while it's asleep, we have at this stage become an observer and this is the point of an enlightened self, become the observer instead of just being the observed.
An enlightened self just doesn't refer to a totally awakened state of consciousness, it refers to being an observer. What happens when you meditate or go into a tranquil environment, we feel a lot better within ourselves, this is because we have become the observer. Prior meditating, instead of being influenced by the mind, we in a sense observe or become aware of the activity of the mind to shut it down, this gives us a feeling of tranquillity. When we change our environment to a more harmonious environment, what are we doing? We observe or become aware of such an environment which makes us feel good and the more in-depth the observation is the better we feel, we become the observer.
Is our enlightened self observing it's own dream state like when we experience an OBE? Yes, this is because it's observing all of what it is unlike our unenlightened selves that can only observe a little of it's whole self.
Wouldn't experiencing or observing a chaotic reality like this one make our enlightened self feel bad? No, we in our unenlightened state are not in a state of consciousness that is harmonious but our enlightened self is, observing such chaotic realities has no affect upon the enlightened self.
This means if this reality is a nightmare to you, you are not being a true observer but an observed that unknowingly creates such nightmares by expressing extreme reactions, in other words you are the cause of the effect of the nightmare. Remember, the enlightened self cannot experience nightmares itself mainly because it's the observer not the observed. What it does do is allow it's dream state, it's unenlightened state which we are a part of, express such straits through it's unawakened state, in this state our unenlightened self becomes the observed. All this means is, as soon a you become the observed, you create nightmares, this reality is a very good example of this.
The enlightened self means it's an awakened consciousness to it's self, the observer not the observed or a dream state, an unawakened self to itself.
Sorry if this is too ambiguous, this is the best I can do at this time.