Friday, 23 January 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
Does understanding ourselves better take us to just understand ourselves as individual or as a collective? A spiritualist seeking enlightenment tells us we need to be in our own space to understand ourselves, meditative states gives us our own space to become aware of ourselves as we really are not what we presume we are but while in this state of our own space, are we understanding who we are as an individual or as a collective? It is of course always about the collective not the individual.
When you become connected to your own space, in-depth, acceptance and understanding of the entire collective become automatic, you don’t have to force yourself to be accepting or understanding. Most of us however don’t have that connectedness especially all the times, without this connectedness we lose our acceptance and understanding quite automatically, this is of course leaves us open to all sorts of misconceptions, the world in conflict is a good example of this.
So should we all become connected or reconnected to our own space allowing us to accept and understand the collective as a whole a lot better? This obviously at this stage isn’t going to happen, yes it would nice but it’s just not going to happen so what other avenue do we actually have?
I have friends who are religious, agnostic, atheistic, spiritually aware and so on, we get together quite peacefully annually for a barbecue (B-B-Q) and this is accomplished without having to learn to be in one’s own space. Trust me; we have huge opposing concepts and beliefs between us, how do all these people with various views come together peacefully? We accept and understand each other having their own space, we are actually in our own space without imposing on other people’s space which allows us to become accepting and understanding. Sure it comes up that we have opposing views but we realise everyone has to have their own space. Does it matter who really believes in what?
Sure a lot of my friends think I’m wacky but I don’t take offence to this and this is vitally important, don’t take someone else’s perception as a personal attack. What usually brings this on is the dogmatic views we have about our own concepts and beliefs being the be and end all.
Recently I have been in conversation with two hard line atheists, there concepts and non-beliefs are the be and end all, they will not accept or have a wanting to understand anything beyond these concepts and the belief they have no belief’s!! It is said that atheism is becoming another religion but not just another religion a hard line religion, thank God not all atheists are like this. The thing is I understand and accept their views because I have taken the time to understand that they need their own space, what I won’t do is accept these people coming into other people’s space which they often do. It comes down to being allowed to be in our own space without infringing on other people’s space and teaching our own be an end all concepts and belief’s.
I don’t care who it is, I take the time to understand other people’s space, yes the space that some of these people are in isn’t going to propel them along in the same way as a spiritualist, but it is their own space not ours.
The reason I think it’s important to understand other people space is acceptance, once we understand that everyone must have their own space, we become more accepting and giving. Having your own space is being on you own path, having your own path to follow. Yes we are all on the same journey together but we are indeed using different paths.
Why are we using different paths, wouldn’t it be better to use the same path? As individual entities it makes more sense to be on the same path altogether, we would understand each other a lot better and in turn become less conflictive but what would this one whole consciousness be learning about itself by doing this? We are one source of energy, the collective; it’s this whole collective on different paths learning or expressing itself, in a sense you could say we are all serving God, this one super consciousness. How often do we learn from others while on our own path in our own space while respecting other people space? It’s like being on the same road together going the same way but using different parts of the road, each part of the road gives us a different experience.
I don’t judge one person’s path or space being any less worthy or important than another; they all tell us something about this super consciousness, this allows us to know ourselves better through each other’s space. Is it important to understand each other’s space? I think so, mainly because we are on the same journey together.
My last post was a little confusing for a number of people so I’m going to take this opportunity to explain myself a little better so you can understand my path, our journey, a lot better.
Vibrations; I don’t judge a higher or lower vibrations as being less worthy than the another, to me it’s not about levels but about how little or more a vibrational energy flow is vibrating at. Describing this super consciousness (God) as a low vibrations was in reference to it’s motionless state, to me it produces very little vibrations mainly because it’ not interacting with itself in this timeless state until this super consciousness interacts with itself in time. To me we are one source of energy interacting with itself in time which causes a high level of vibrational activity.
High vibrations = realities + time + the expression of this super consciousness
Low vibrations = timelessness + no interaction or intentions + super consciousness
Now what was also confusing was it seemed I was saying that this super consciousness wasn’t really pure, it was tainted by the interactions of this consciousness in time. This was due because I stated that everything within a timeless state has always existed, including time, therefore this tainting this pure super consciousness.
To me this super consciousness is everything of time and timelessness, there is no separation, everything is as one, this of course infers this super consciousness is tainted by it’s own expression of itself in time and if time has always existed, this would infer timelessness is tainted by this expression as well? It’s quite understandable to get this impression but that’s not the case, not within timelessness.
Look at this timelessness, this motionless energy source, as a blueprint, in it’s blue print form, it has no interactions however it does have intentions at this stage because the blue print is reprehensive of time without being actually in time. This blue print has always existed but only as a blue print until expressed or created through realities like this one in time. Time is allowing this blue print to become created, to become real instead of just a blue print, this reality and you and I were created from this blueprint. What is above is also below. A house isn’t a house until it’s created from a blue print, realities and ourselves aren’t human until this reality and humans are created from a blueprint.
Pure timelessness consciousness = no interactions + no intentions except in blueprint form + very low (slow) vibrations
Time = creation + realities +interactions and intentions + no blueprint + high (fast) vibrations
I should point out that we can exist in a pure timeless state without a blueprint to follow; this to me would be a state of one with God or the source.
This super consciousness in timelessness isn’t tainted because this blue print isn’t being expressed until it’s expressed in time as a creation through realities like this one in time. I also don’t judge anything being tainted or not, is being tainted somehow less worthy than not being tainted? In a human perspective most definitely but not is spiritual perspective, not to me. This would be like saying this path (space) is more worthy than other paths; I try to be aware of such judgment.
No one is truly tainted, we are always of this super consciousness in it’s timeless state but in time we are also expressive and any expression or intentions are going to cause us to be destructive, this means the more expressive we are the higher the vibrations and the more destructive we will become. We can however express what we like from these blue prints, like any plan, they are a diagrams showing what we can create but not necessarily have to create, we have alternatives. You could say this super consciousness is leaving it all up to us in what we create from these blueprints.
I should point out that I’m not saying this super consciousness has actual blueprints as such; I only used blueprints because we can relate to creating from blueprints a lot better. It is written but we have a choice of what lines (paths) we want to read (follow), it’s important to accept an understand this as of everything.
This is my path, my space and it’s worthy.
Saturday, 10 January 2015
Written by Mathew Naismith
As usual I’m writing about something that can be quite controversial, this is not intentional, it’s not an active intention by me to be controversial however I do have a passive intention to be attentive (focused), focused on awareness.
I don’t think many of us now believe God is a white robed bearded man sitting up in the clouds or heaven above, to many of us this God is to do with a consciousness that is way beyond human understanding and perception, how could we possibly perceive something that is way beyond our own perception? All we can do is speculate in what we call God however the more aware we become, the closer to this God I think we are becoming. This means we are speculating less to what this God is or even if God actually exists. More people in science are realising more than ever there is indeed a consciousness beyond human perception, this is all due to becoming more aware.
We have a scientist who has won a Nobel prize who is into homeopathy.
We have two prominent neurosurgeons who believe consciousness is within everything including rocks.
We have an astrophysicist from NASA who is into auras.
We have people like Lanza, Dr. Stuart Hameroff and physicist Sir Roger Penrose who believe consciousness exists after death.
This is becoming more prominent with more scientists; there is something beyond human perception, maybe a perception that is way beyond human understanding, the question is are we supposed to be able to understand this God’s consciousness at the human level of conscious awareness? To me it’s impossible to understand or even acknowledge such consciousness actually exists mainly because this is beyond human understanding.
It makes perfect sense why some people just don’t believe in a consciousness way beyond human perception, they literally can’t perceive such a thing exists, it’s truly not their fault, how would a human with the understanding only of human perception perceive in such an infinite consciousness a lot of us call God, we don’t even believe in our own infinite consciousness? Ah, this is the difference, once we start to become aware of our own infinite consciousness; we start to understand to some degree of the infinite consciousness of a consciousness beyond human perception, in doing this we are actually going beyond human perception.
This new awareness is causing an interesting dilemma, we are no longer believing in a white robed bearded man in the sky, this also means we are no longer believing in old texts like the bible for example, it’s full of fables like the white robed bearded man we call God. It is also quite understandable that many of us no longer believe in the old concept of God brought on by becoming more aware.
The white robed bearded man in the sky and old texts like the bible are symbolic of the times, they symbolise to us what is in a symbolic way, not what actually is. Could you imagine going up to a peasant two thousand years ago and telling them what we are aware of today, that a super consciousness exists way beyond human perception? Let’s put it this way, there are many people today who don’t believe in this super consciousness, how would far less aware people two thousand years ago understand this super consciousness many of us call God without symbolising such concepts? People will understand a symbol a lot easier than they will a concept of a super consciousness especially a concept way beyond human perception.
How many of us today still rely on symbols? The white bearded man in the sky, as well as the texts like the bible, are symbolising something that is way beyond normal human perception. Symbols today still make it a lot easier for us to understand the environment; this is the same with trying to understand anything beyond normal human perception. The white robed bearded man in the sky is symbolic, it’s symbolic of wisdom through being bearded and old, it’s symbolic of our higher self through being in the sky or heaven and it’s symbolic of our purer self through the white robe.
So has all this proved that a God (a super consciousness) exists? This depends on our own perception and always will, if we only perceive through human perceptions, there is no way a God (a super consciousness) could exist however, if we perceive outside this perception, to me everything changes, my entire perception changes which allows me to know that a super consciousness beyond normal human perception does indeed exist for me.