lafontaineSome of us spent years exploring whatever spiritual pathway drew our attention, trying to find something that answered our questions or matched what we were feeling. We may have shifted focus several times as we continued to grow past the limiting dogma of any particular practice. In my case, I left behind a typical religious upbringing as soon as I could. I found channeling, psychic development and training in energy healing and consciousness were better fits for me.

There’s a bigger story that gets lost in all the personal searching, with books, lectures and classes high on the list of pursuits, but at some point, we sense that we are part of something larger. I’m not talking about only remembering that we are aspects of Source, but realizing that we have been participating in a kind of collective experiment designed to create a new reality. Through our personal journeys we have been healing and transforming much more than ourselves. We have also been acting on behalf of the whole, for every shift in ourselves is a shift in the hologram of consciousness within which we exist. Healing is really an act of dismantling old structures and replacing them with something new. To paraphrase Gandhi, we are becoming the change we wish to see in the world.

Our soul has guided us through this journey, always aware of the bigger picture. Along the way we may have found plenty of philosophies and words to digest and debate, but that’s mostly a function of the mind attempting to make sense of something larger than it can grasp. The thought about something is not the same as the experience of something, so a philosophical argument is mostly a mental exercise. It is not real. The real experience in such a discussion is usually tension in the body for those participating or sometimes a liberation of stuck energy when insights lead to a shift in perspective.

As we move into the energies of the New Field, thinking gives way to experiencing and seeking gives way to creating. Our deepest desires are for experiences, not just more information. We can’t think our way into this new reality, but we can call it into our experience. Perhaps you have noticed certain changes in yourself these past weeks, like the glow down low, that sense of something astir in the Root and Pelvic areas? This pulsing in the Root and Pelvic Chakras is life, creation at work. Our understanding of this creation energy has been limited and we’ve been told it was for procreation, even then with severe limitations imposed. What if we are expanding our creative possibilities from essential acts of procreation to delicious acts of co-creation? What if we get to experience magnificent ripples of pleasure just from the sheer act of creating with others, free of dogma. Count me in.

Have you begun to feel an expansion in your chest of a heart that strains for release into the world? Do you find yourself more deeply connected with those who are around you, with a love that not only ignores differences but gratefully cherishes the unique qualities of another? Have you recently felt like crying for no clear reason, but with a deep knowing that all is well? More light streaming in gives us a much deeper experience of Love. I believe we ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

And have you begun to notice how certain things have arranged for you with almost no effort on your part? Did you catch yourself at some point going “wow” about an experience because it was so unexpected or meaningful that you had no other words? This is the New Field at work. If a gushing waterfall is our future flow, I would say that we have barely seen the vapors of the first drop.

And finally, a peeve. There are schools of thought that dis the material world as inferior, illusionary or unreal. Please understand my point of view: I believe those teachings are missing Mr. Huge Point. That point would be the one that sees the plan of creation as one designing a materialized form through which Creator could experience its creations. Start with the thought of it (Light), come up with a plan to create a densification into matter (Life), then merge the two in a form that can deeply feel and experience. What do you end up with?

Us.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Something about this entry kind of confused me, and it was this:

    “The thought about something is not the same as the experience of something, so a philosophical argument is mostly a mental exercise. It is not real. The real experience in such a discussion is usually tension in the body for those participating or sometimes a liberation of stuck energy when insights lead to a shift in perspective.”

    Then later on you see

    “And finally, a peeve. There are schools of thought that dis the material world as inferior, illusionary or unreal. Please understand my point of view: I believe those teachings are missing Mr. Huge Point.”

    I definitely agree with the second point there, but I think that all parts of the triad are very real and very divine and evolve together, the experience, the thought, and the union of both – knowing and being. I don’t understand what is “unreal” about having a philosophical argument. I think that all the experiences, mental, emotional, and physical, area part of the bigger experience that is “having this argument”, and the more aware one is to each one of those and how they are connected, the more thoroughly you can process it for growth, defining yourself, defining your view of the world and how you feel about it, or whatever happens. Simply being able to be so connected shows that you are already highly on your way.

    I guess what this sums up to is that I believe that there is no unreality.

    Everything is real.

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