I am all that is, was and will be.
I am beyond language, and within it; I am beyond form, and within it.
I am eternity and infinity: eternally infinite and infinitely eternal.
I am the dance of sacred self-existent geometric forms, disguised as all manner of beings, and the shadow of imaginary non-existence.
I am the no-beginning and the no-end, now.
I am the mythic moments of future and past, now.
I am and always will be here, as you, with you, now,
Playing the eternal game, of existence.
Within the collective consciousness of humanity, in ’2014′, I can’t help but notice how many ‘problems’ people appear to be having in their lives. Let me rephrase that: how many ‘problems’ people think they are having, based on their unique perception of events.
This applies on both the individual level and the collective level, e.g., we may perceive as a collective, a world in crisis or a world in evolution.
I have been reviewing and absorbing new scientific and ‘channeled’ information for several years now, applying it to my life, carefully observing my own thoughts and perceptions, feelings, actions, perspectives, etc.
What I have concluded is this:
our emotions (feelings) are a form of universal energetic intelligence, that guide us in every single moment of our lives, on the appropriate selection of our thoughts and beliefs.
I use the word ‘appropriate’ here in relation to the desires of the individual; ‘appropriate thoughts’ defined as those thoughts that lead to the manifestation of what we truly desire on the deepest level: our heart’s desire, our soul’s desire. When all of our thoughts are ‘appropriate’ in this sense, there is a feeling of love, peace, bliss, and deep satisfaction; the continuous manifestation of this a dynamic state of energy could also be called the adapted state. The body is no longer ‘trying’ to adapt, it is adapted.
From this perspective there are no ‘problems’ as such: a ‘problem’ in terms of thoughts and feelings is a complex of ‘inappropriate thoughts’, which are indicated by a particular emotion; quite often the emotion is intrinsically uncomfortable or unpleasant. The real ‘problem’ arises when the emotion or feeling is ‘blamed’ on a ‘situation’ apparently outside of the individual. Because of this the thoughts and beliefs are not changed in response to the feelings, the glass is only perceived as half empty, and the emotional guidance system is not fully engaged.
We can conceive of chronic negative emotion such as fear, stress, anxiety, etc. as being symptomatic of a failure of adaptation, a failure to reach our adapted state. Part of this maladaptive equilibrium includes a belief system of disempowerment, where our thoughts and beliefs do not reflect the energetic truth of our situation; in particular the energetic truth that we each inhabit our own perceptual universe, rather than a material world, and that it is this perceptual universe that we shape and create with our thoughts and beliefs.
In other words, our thoughts and beliefs are not just descriptive (of what appears to be happening), they are creative:
Thoughts and beliefs set the stage for what we create in our consciousness.
Beyond this, the energies of desire and intention attract and shape specific arrangements of energy in continuous synchronicity with the entire universe: specific events, containing particular archetypal forms of universal sacred geometry.
Nothing consciously manifests without there first being a desire, followed by an associated intention.
It is through the conscious selection of desire and intention that we can consciously create our life experience, but this is occuring within the context of our conscious and subconscious beliefs and thoughts.
For example, if we do not believe we can live in bliss, we will not desire bliss and will not intend to create it in our lives. For every desire, there are beliefs which support the manifestation of that desire and the non-manifestation of it.
In every moment of our lives we can choose to respond to every situation with love or fear. The love energy thinks and perceives in terms of opportunity, where as the fear energy thinks and perceives in terms crisis.
What are emotions, and how do they relate to our thoughts? Does it matter what we think about our emotions, and emotions in general?
Is this important to you? Is this important to humanity? Can we use our emotions to empower ourselves and others?
For at least a few years now, I have been paying attention to the world around me in a new way, in relation to emotions and thoughts. I have been carefully observing myself and others with the hypothesis that our ‘emotions’ and ‘feelings’ are a direct reflection of our ‘thoughts’ and ‘beliefs’, in the unfolding present moment.
(I use quotes above as a semantic device to draw the reader’s attention to the fact that words such as ‘emotions’ and ‘feelings’ may mean different ‘things’ to different people. Remember, the meaning is not in the word: the map is not the territory.)
Is it obvious that how we feel is deeply entangled with our thoughts, or do we think that our emotions and feelings are a result of “what is happening”, i.e., are ’caused by’ the events, situations, people, and happenings around us?
These questions represent two distinct ways of thinking about emotions (feelings), which can be summarised as follows:
(1) World events -> Thoughts -> Emotions (feelings)
(2) World events -> Emotions (feelings).
(where ‘world events’ represents the apparently objective events of our lives: people, situations, etc.; for example, someone saying something, or something happening such as ‘someone stealing your car’)
As I perceive it, the vast majority of people appear to believe, i.e., think, that (2) is the case, since they verbalise that “I am X, because Y is happening”, where X is a feeling and Y is a situation or worldly happening.
What is ‘the‘ truth? What is ‘your’ truth?
In my opinion, not only is (1) more accurate (more ‘true’) in a universal sense, it is also more empowering to believe. When we think and believe that (1) is the case, rather than (2), we are empowered by activating an ‘adaptive capability’, where the emotions (feelings) are perceived as a guidance system.
In other words, the belief (thoughts) that our thoughts and beliefs ’cause’ our emotions (1) opens us up to the intelligence of emotions, and the possibility of using emotions as a guidance system.
From this perspective, just as physical pain is an ‘adaptation signal’ for the physical body, our emotions and feelings appear to be an adaptation signal for the mental body (our thoughts and beliefs).
Physical pain tells the physical body to change (adapt).
Emotional (feeling) pain tells the mental body to change (adapt).
The ‘problem’ is, that there appears to be a widespread dis-ease (epidemic) within the population of humanity, in particular the Western left-brained sphere, where there is a failure of adaptation. This dis-ease or ‘failure of adaptation’ is analogous to feeling physical pain but not changing behaviour accordingly when the pain is felt, so as to avoid that which causes the physical body damage.
This dis-ease typically manifests as follows: rather than looking ‘within’ and changing our thoughts when we feel a negative emotion such as fear or anger, there is a tendency to ‘blame’ the emotions on wordly happenings or explain them away as a result of “what is happening”.
Rather than fully experiencing the feeling and subsequently changing the thought or belief patterns, the tendency is to project the cause of the emotions and feelings onto the ‘external’ environment. This is a ‘problem’ because it results in chronic negative emotion, which is uncomfortable and ultimately results in physical dis-ease; there is a tendency to get stuck in negative thought and emotion.
What can we do about this? We can shift ourselves, one by one, by consciously intending to change our thoughts and beliefs. We can also communicate this new perspective to others when we have sufficiently integrated it within ourselves.
I want to make it clear that I am not claiming that perspective (1) is somehow ‘superior’ to or ‘better’ than (2); believing (1) certainly does not make you ‘better’ or ‘worse’ than someone who believes in (2); it is simply energetically and physically more empowering to believe (1) and will result in greater well-being and physical health.
In order to fully understand what I am communicating here it is necessary to experiment and experience it for yourself. I have found that explaining this verbally is insufficient to fully convey the understanding; it seems that it must be experienced in order to be fully understood.
Have a go at this, if you have not already:
- Live your life.
- When a strong feeling or emotion is experienced, such as frustration, anger, fear, etc. take notice.
- Take your attention inwards, focusing on the feelings and thoughts.
How do the feelings relate to the thoughts about what ‘is’ happening? What is the correlation?
What happens to your feelings when you consciously change your beliefs or thoughts for more empowering beliefs or thoughts?
- Use a combination of letting go and your will power to focus on the feeling only, until the mind is at rest.
- Name the feeling with one word (or two words only).
(at this point it is useful to use the thought-form “I am feeling X” rather than “I am X”, where X is the feeling).
What happens to the feelings when you observe them for several minutes without any thought?
There is a lot more to say, so I will be writing about this more soon. In particular, considering this perspective, (1), in the context of thought manifestation.
Thank you for reading
Here’s a high-energy mix I have put together, dedicated to the shifters, of several uplifting drum and bass tunes (that sound great up loud with a decent set of speakers or earphones).
The first tune is more of a smooth intro, and then it gets going.
Remember, dancing is a great way to raise your frequency!
(this mix is also on YouTube here)
And here is another image I made a while ago, that appears to be relevant:
Lots of love,
What am I? What is ‘I’? What ‘is’… ‘I’? What does the symbol or thought-form of ‘I’ refer to?
Am I a ‘human being’, or am I the universe having an experience of ‘being human’, which is a particular dance of energy-experience, and in essence living geometry. Living geometry is intelligent energy: intellergy.
‘I’ tend to use purple to represent thoughts (verbal perceptions), and green to represent non-verbal perceptions. Then I use quotes to point to the thought-form, or perception.
‘I’ is a thought-form, a symbol. What does it point to within ‘you’?
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