Tuesday, May 6, 2008

View from the dream

In the manifestation process, you have a depth of cognition, coming from a subtle level of feeling, and then you translate that cognition, but not in words. Cognition is an impulse of a direction, especially when it involves manifestation. It’s beyond the level of concepts and it’s not on the level of thinking about a desire. The cognition and the translation are coming from our side, because we have to translate that feeling.

You have the cognition, the translation, and then the delivery of the impulse that results in manifestion. You have to project that, away from you, through your energy field, out about 12 to 15 feet. You’re expanding out from the physical body. The current of consciousness has to arc out. When it arcs out to a certain point, it breaks the dimensional plane like a portal and the universe can enter your dimension and meet you, and you can meet it. When you meet it, you’re both in this dimension and outside of it at the same time. It’s a simultaneous thing that’s kind of a paradox. You can see things manifesting in your dimension, but what you’re seeing is not actually what’s manifesting.

The universe doesn’t see us the way we see ourselves. How does the universe see you? What are the eyes of the universe? This is the realm in which manifestation takes place. Sages tell us that everything that’s here, in a way, is like a dream. What do they mean when they say that? Dreams have objects and people. I had a dream the other night where a gigantic horse, as long as my whole living room, was chasing my car and finally corralled it into a corner. In my reality, how would I know how to interpret that dream? The universe is an intelligence, and it interprets your reality the way you interpret your dreams. We’re its dreams. When I had this dream, I knew exactly what it was trying to say to me, and I was laughing because I understood. My inner self was speaking to me that night. Well, we are the inner self of the universe.

Monday, May 5, 2008

What the universe desires

In the process of manifestation, a current arcs out from the person towards the environment, then comes back in, amplifies, and goes back out. Over that current one can place desire, whatever that may be. The strength of manifestation and the capacity to manifest are dependent on holding that current internally and at the same time propelling it outward so that it builds on itself. Ideally the arcing process creates a feedback loop which stabilizes the current.

The idea is to have the chakra system in a state so that that desire is coming from a place within you that is truly for your highest good. If the desire is there and is sent out, and really isn’t going to be beneficial for you in the big picture of your life, perhaps you really don’t want it to be supported. Sometimes desires come out from us but we don’t really understand why they are there. Sometimes we have a desire that’s in our mind but that might not be the desire of the universe desires towards us. It’s a translation process, like we talked about with intuition, from cognition to translation to delivery. In the context of manifestation, you have a cognition of what you want, wish, or need and that has to be translated to the universe, because it doesn’t necessarily speak your language. The universe doesn’t work from a linear intelligence, so it doesn’t actually know in some ways what to do with your personal desires, because it’s organizing from a different level of principles and your personal desires may or may not fit into its puzzle. It’s impossible to know how to translate the desires that the universe has for you. I don’t think you can translate that with your mind because it’s not a mental, conceptual process to translate what the universe’s desires are for us.

Actually what it looks like is creating a situation where there’s an attunement towards what the universe’s desires are for us. The idea is to bring your consciousness to a place where it’s supported by universal intelligence. You have to uplift your desires to a state where they will come into resonance with what the universe’s desires are for you. When the universe is trying to recognize your desires, your signals have to be translated from your side and also from the side of the universe. It’s a dual translation process. From your side, you’re purifying your desires and elevating them to a state where they will be recognized by the universe.

This can’t be done on the level of the mind. This is what causes difficulties for people. It’s not on the level of thought that the desire is eventually going to emerge. It’s going to emerge into a subtle level of feeling, what we might call impulse consciousness, and it has to be translated into that fifth dimensional intelligence from your side. It’s not only that the universe is going to find your thought on a mental plane and meet that, because it doesn’t really know what to do with that. The universe is many-dimensional, and the universal intelligence encompasses all the dimensional planes. The best we can do is to elevate our desire until it becomes a subtle level of impulse. This is the principle upon which we build the notion of intuition, because it comes from that subtle level of impulse, gets translated, and then delivered.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Approaching the timeshift

As we come into the next few years and get closer to the 2012 point, the dimensions get closer to one another. The advantage of living right now is that all the subtle dimensions are getting closer to one another, here in the run-up to 2012. The dimensions are more available; you can reach them more easily. Like planets coming in closer, as Mars did recently, the dimensions are pulling towards us. From the perspective of indigenous peoples, what’s pulling the dimensions towards us is the heart of the world. The inner mirror of that is your own heart pulling the dimensions towards you.

In one sense you could say that’s apocalyptic because everything collapses and folds back and there’s nothing. The other possibility is that as you pull the dimensions towards you and everything comes into the heart, there’s an awakening of the heart. The dimensions pull in and then they speak to the heart. Then the heart is able to interpret and translate and come back out again, which starts a flowering or awakening. Many of us would prefer to see an awakening rather than an apocalypse.

Yes, we’re talking about the void and emptiness, some type of existential shift, but we’re also talking about a re-sensitizing and awakening to something on the planet and supporting the planetary consciousness to do that. That’s what awakening to the heart is really about.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Spring opening

At a certain point in the development of the heart, it no longer wants to be led by the mind. It wants to take over. When you surrender to that, then the heart starts to build and enrich the subtle senses. One of the places it will immediately go to is your ears. On a subtle physiological level there are little openings in the ears like speakers. When the heart opens out to this area, it breaks open the membranes. But these don’t open until one is ready for it. The transcendent is ready, the heart is ready, the mind is ready, and the emotions are ready. Everything gets prepared and then the ears can open. Then there’s an opening out to this other level of sound that’s a lot like hearing birds sing in springtime, when nature thaws out and becomes awake. That experience of the ears opening out into nature and allowing the subtle levels of sound to manifest makes one more attuned to everything that is around one.

On the one hand you have this collapsed value of the transcendent that’s completely internal and stable, contained in its own bubble. At a certain point there’s only so much containment of the transcendent that your heart can handle and then it wants out. When that expressed value comes out, it hits the ears and opens out into this melodic quality in the environment. When the transcendent level is really stable in the heart, you can go underneath anything, even the grossest values of sound, and hear silence. That’s one of the beauties of capturing the transcendent.

Undifferentiated silence is one thing, but then when silence starts to re-differentiate itself from the transcendent and come back out again towards you, it opens out a whole other field of language, understanding, perception, and awareness. From an esoteric standpoint, that’s what clairaudience is: clear audience. It means that your inner audience, your ability to be sensitively audient, has awakened. The subtle mechanics of the heart produce a coordination between hearing and feeling.

There’s an instantaneous translator in the heart. When the subtle level of hearing starts to manifest, it also manifests in translation, so there’s meaning associated with it. That’s why a seer is able to communicate with birds or horses or anything: he has an instantaneous translator that brings out the language of feeling underneath sound. The coordination between heart and sound and the pulsing back and forth between them is a big wave like an accordion. The little pleats inside the instrument represent the dimensions of sound and everything that’s recorded inside them.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Hearing the rhythms of nature

Subtle hearing has planes of opening that fan out from the heart through the ears. These different planes interface with each other through rhythm. Just as in music, there’s a plane of hearing and it vibrates when it reaches a certain frequency level. Then it starts to vibrate the next plane and they dance with each other and communicate. In human experience, there are about five or six different levels of these planes. One opens up and it touches the other one, then that one vibrates and communicates with it, and a certain type of rhythm forms. This is what causes all the rhythms in nature, like a waterfall or a bird singing. The rhythms that you hear, the way the frequencies are communicating with other are emulating these planes of hearing. That’s why all the animals are listening to that and then they respond to that in their own natural way. Their job is to bring forward the subtle planes of sound and help them to interface or communicate with one another.

In these very fine levels of silence, there’s a backward movement and a forward movement. The heart opens up and sings to the environment, the ears pick that up and the sounds reverberate in this field, and then the sounds on a subtle level are sent back to the heart. That’s why music can have a certain type of effect, particularly music that has to do with unconditional love or sacred love. When the ears open out into these frequencies, they send vibrations back to the heart, and the language that the heart listens with is love. It’s enriched by the feeling of love. When that feeling comes out from the heart and touches these subtle planes of awareness, you have the experience of listening to your heart speaking its own language of love to you. The language of the heart is talking to you through its own subtleties and speaking love back to you. I think this feeling, unfortunately, gets lost a lot. We get externalized to such an extent that it’s sometimes hard to communicate with our own heart and experience it as the bigness and richness that it is.

The job of those little “conch shells” of opening around the ears is to reverberate subtle sounds, to open them out into the environment and pull them in from the environment too, collapse them back into the ears, bring them back to the heart, and then open back out through the ears and back out into the environment. So you have that flow, that pulsing that goes on. There are big currents coming out and collapsing back and going out again. In each one of these big currents you have these subtle planes which are dimensional expressions of sound.

We’re familiar with how dimensions are captured visually, but they’re also captured sonically. What defines our dimension has to do with these planes of subtle levels of sound all communicating with each other and stabilizing to form a dimension. When the heart opens out into a dimension, it experiences a certain feeling that is associated with that. In human experience, we naturally move from one dimension of feeling to another all the time. In our relations with other people and with ourselves, there’s a constant movement of feeling from the heart, out to the environment, back from the environment, out from the heart.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Flavors of silence

Between the heart and the ears there run subtle currents that we must open up, clear, and make tangible. When we can drop the mind completely into the heart so that the heart can expand, all the subtle senses open up, but particularly the subtle sense of hearing. This type of hearing has to do with an understanding of these very fine currents that in ayurveda would be called vayu, a type of air. It’s not like the air in the atmosphere. It’s a different type of subtle prana or breath that the heart and the ears connect to. When those types of prana come in through the heart, they fan back out through the ears. You get this opening from the heart to the ears that is like a fan that opens out and starts to change the energy currents that move in the jaw and open up into the physical ears and the subtle hearing.

Sometimes when we think about subtle hearing we think about hearing a word or guidance or another language or being able to communicate with another person differently. Those are all true things, but perhaps the subtlest level of hearing is being able to hear different types of silence that are not connected to words necessarily. In a sense, silence is like Eskimo snow, it has many different facets or stages or awakenings to it. The subtle level of hearing is ultimately about being able to experience these different flavors of silence and being able to feel those inside the heart. It can manifest as language or audible sound, but what we’re really looking at is the inaudible part.

These different levels of silence correspond to different ways of functioning in the brain. It’s hard to understand sometimes how the heart and the brain can be so commingled, but they really are. As you dive down into some aspect of the transcendent in the heart, you pull up into some aspect of transcendence in the brain. It’s diving down into the heart and pulling up into the brain, and the travel between the heart and the brain has to go through the chakra where the ears are. When you pull down into the heart and travel up into the brain, then these windows that are like conch shells around the ears open out on the subtle level and then you have all these layers of hearing that open up.

This has to do with being able to experience the underlying value of sound inside the environment, inside objects. It’s about attuning oneself to the frequencies inside objects and inside the environment, which have been called the melodies of nature.

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Cracking the ego

If we all went to heaven right now, we would just get together with our friends where we left off. There would be no difference—other than the physical body—even though right now, and probably the rest of our lives, the ego will be there. It’s the way we’re structured.

One definition of the ego is that it’s just identification with the mind, body, and intellect. This is very different from the Western psychological definition of the ego, but it’s similar to the Buddhist definition. However, when consciousness makes the shift to accessing total knowledge, a different identity structure forms. It’s not the ego and it’s not pure consciousness either. There’s a third alternative. There are no words to describe it. But it has to do with an identity that’s forged right out of the cosmos, a cosmic identity structure. It’s not ego. It forms out of all the flavors of knowledge that become accessible when the shift happens.

When knowledge flows in, it’s automatically filled with bliss and love, because that’s where the heart comes in. There isn’t any separation between heart and mind. One is the puppet of the cosmos and there’s no such thing as the individual. We’re all data entry ports in the mainframe. But I also feel that before you can really get that, you have to individuate not less, but more. Most of us have not come to the point of individuation that we’re capable of. When you get to that most potent personalized version of individuation, then you can come back full circle.

In this context, ego isn’t an obstacle or problem. The ego is just a shell and it’s easily cracked, and once that level of cosmic intelligence is flowing through, it’s almost irrelevant. That’s why many spiritual masters aren’t particularly interested in cracking the ego because that would be working on the problem on the level of the problem. I sincerely and deeply feel that we’re getting close to that place where the thing is stitching itself together. There’s an incremental opening. It takes time, but I feel extremely optimistic about it. It’s inspiring.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Prep work

To actualize the opening into a new level of knowledge, to access the cosmic library, does require preparatory work. The yoga that would make it possible involves exercising certain aspects of the physiology and opening aqueducts in the brain. One of the challenges is that the brain and the whole physiology do age, and the likelihood of this happening for us gets slimmer as one gets older. On the other hand, when the brain and heart and physiology are mature, it can make the process easier or more possible than when one is 20.

Those aqueducts opening up are tremendously rejuvenating. That’s been my experience in writing my books on time and space. It’s definitely been a breakthrough in the cognitional process. That’s been very rejuvenating for my nervous system. And it’s a tiny bit compared to what’s possible. Literally any question you might have on any topic, could be studied from inside yourself without anything relying on any external source whatsoever.

Knowledge pertaining to any interest you might have would be available from within yourself. That’s what it means to have those aqueducts open. We do have to do some excavation of the brain. That’s why it feels like drilling. You have to drill down into areas that have gotten clumpy, thick, and we also have to solder some connections of the fiber optic level and link it with the architecture of the heart.

Now we have to hook that up with the mind, literally the brain and the central nervous system and cerebrospinal fluid. When you see that gelatinous fluid, it’s all interconnected throughout the spinal column. Getting into this domain, making links between the cranial field and the heart, we’re getting close to that kind of cognitional flow, that breakthrough. Although as yet we don’t see too many beings, even those who seem to be enlightened, functioning the way we’re describing. The human beings of the future will embody this change, and their way is being prepared by the spiritual communities of today. The intensity of delving into the transcendent and maintaining that cushion of deep silence will make this work possible.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

The new brain

Entering the different domains where knowledge resides in the chakra system and the nervous system, we’re just at the threshold of where the cognition process actually begins. When you dive into that aspect of the chakra system where knowledge resides, viewing it as in a fishbowl, there’s a point where thinking can be linked back up to the energetic consciousness process. From that unified configuration, knowledge comes out on any subject, biological, mathematical, the arts, whatever it might be. The brain opens up to unfold and literally flower.

The new brain that’s getting birthed, as I understand it, has four instead of two hemispheres. It is like a flower opening up from the inside. This particular configuration of the flower-brain is going to allow the cerebrospinal fluid to act the way it’s meant to, as a conduit for light, but also to connect up to the big cosmic light and draw knowledge into it. One is literally able to imbibe knowledge directly from the cosmos rather than out of a book. But in order for that to happen, there has to be a shift in the subtle architecture of the brain.

From the Buddhist perspective, the heart is a mind, a world of its own. Ultimately everything is linked, but the heart and the mind particularly so, because the kind of knowledge we’re talking about deeply involves feeling. Now when you talk about studying things, it seems very flat because there’s no feeling there. But when the wholeness of intelligence wakes up, every word, every concept, everything that exists, the whole structure of feeling is very well developed, so it’s very sensitive. That’s why the heart and the mind have to hook up.

This opening into knowledge, so that knowledge actually floods into you, is like opening up a dam. When the aqueduct of the brain is opened and is functioning well, it constantly pulls in knowledge from the cosmic library. And there’s so much knowledge in there, and it’s simultaneous, that it’s a completely different style of functioning from what most of us can conceive.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

A more beautiful mind

Ordinarily our thoughts are kind of flat. Even for a meditator, there’s not much difference in our thought processes compared with before we started meditating. Part of the reason for that is that we don’t have activities that cultivate them. In the world we have to live in, everything is at a fairly mundane and superficial level of the thought process. We don’t have the activities to support or to push the cultivation of depth that might be possible.

In our reality, usually by 30 we’re done with school. What if our whole lifetime we were in school? You wouldn’t have to work at a regular job, so there wouldn’t pressure to make a living. What if you never left school, and every day was structured around where you were in consciousness, and what needed to happen next to build the next level of openness or development, whether that involved your chakra system, your physical body, or the origination of thought, inventiveness, and process? It would be like being an adult in school every day all your life. And it would be experiential, rather than a lot of rote memorization and using the thinking process in a very superficial manner. But what if you didn’t have to think about fitting into a real world picture? Everything could be geared toward the development of consciousness, and gaining knowledge of all the different strata from the finest absolute level through all the metalevels in between.

In my understanding of what happens in the different lokas or heavens, you don’t have those pressures and mundane responsibilities. It’s all about studying and immersion in the consciousness process. When you incarnate again, in a sense you’re stopping that, or you could say in some respects you’re exercising that in a much more physical sense. But what if you didn’t have to do that? That’s what I think is eventually going to happen for us. We would literally be in school every day, but incarnated in some form in the body, even if it wasn’t as physical of a body as this. Even if it were, though, there would be a very different kind of development. Everything would be geared towards being together in a cluster, with different teachers, and all the people mentoring us would have different specialties in different layers of the chakra system, of the nervous system, of thinking, or of different subjects that they would be helping us with. But it wouldn’t be studying like we do now, memorizing information—it would be literally going into the brain in the area where that particular knowledge resides, enlivening that, opening it up, and bringing it forth, and being with people, environment, technology, and processes that are all completely geared in that direction without any compromise at all.

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Thought arising

There is a very different way our brain could work in relation to thinking itself. This whole middle area between the transcendent pure consciousness area and thinking in the normal sense isn’t tapped for us. My desire is to try to bridge that gap.

When you have a thought normally, the thought comes up from the transcendent like a bubble from the depths. Ideally, the seed thought wants to come up only to a certain point before it’s pulled down like an accordion back into the Absolute. As that happens, where the thought arises and pulls back to the center, this movement creates an opening that makes a whole surface out of which cognition takes place. As thought arises and is pulled back to the transcendent, over and over, then the whole thing opens out horizontally. It forms a cushion between the transcendent and thought arising.

A point of silence, transition, and light lies inside of each thought. As each thought emerges, a coating or lining around the thought creates depth to it. There’s a felt sense of transition into the transcendent coating, opening up a certain depth and richness around each thought.

What if each thought operated from that level, with a coating of transcendental spaciousness? The system would be set up: all of the faculties, the chakras, intellect, and ego informed by that. It would be readied for an experiential downloading, an infusion of light and knowledge.

Friday, March 28, 2008

As the world changes

Once at a lecture on earth changes that I attended, it was said that the reason the earth is going through changes right now is that we have to move our attention into a different value of love. They said love is a fuel, the universal fuel. It’s what makes everything go. At the time I thought this was metaphorical, but since then I have realized it’s not metaphorical. Love is literally the fuel that has created the universe. We need to learn how to utilize love. When intelligence opens enough so that love can create more productively, love itself will create everything it needs to run everything. Even cars are going to run on love. In that interwovenness between the different packages of information, the force that’s generated is very powerful.

Love is a force and nothing is more powerful. People can lift a car off their child or find themselves doing impossible rescues, as in 9/11. A huge force comes from unlocking the heart. The force of love from the heart is like splitting the atom. The extra-dimensional civilizations are the masters of that force of love. That which moves these beings is the force of love itself.

The return to a depth of recognition and the actual ability to function from the mechanics of love in the heart and the way that is released from that is what our civilization is seeking. It is what we are being asked to do as a spiritual team. It is our quest, what we’re born into and in a sense what we’re returning to. That’s what our time is about right now, this beautiful but scary window of time where everything is transforming and changing, restructuring and unstructuring.

The cognition of how to work with the heart is the secret of how things manifest. The energy that’s created as the unlocking of the heart manifests and space gets created, and the energy uniting with the space, and the return and empowerment of that is what’s actually going to move things, both literally and figuratively. It’s such a beautiful possibility for our planet. This is a love planet and there’s a lot of love here, but the cognition of the mechanics of love on the level we’re talking about is not really known yet. It’s still in the background. Our job is to bring it into the foreground.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Winds of spirit

Our biggest stress as human beings may be when we can’t create movement between ourselves and the people or the environment we are in continuum with. The heart locks up and little pieces of it start to die. This is deeply connected with spirit, not the soul, but the spirit. Spirit is deeply connected with vayu, with the wind, which is the movement body. We become dispirited because we can’t create movement between ourselves and the other person. This "locked-up" state creates a feeling of dispiritedness and dying, which is not healthful, emotionally, mentally, physically, or spiritually.

How can you return movement to the heart? How can you make the heart more organic, more spirited? How can you give it more space? How can it have more breathing room? By having more movement the heart can accommodate and shift in relationship to a different situation, which might be another person.

Look into the heart chakra of somebody you’re close to. Let your attention go to that place where you can see all the little packages in perfect contiguous blending with each other. Then look at your own heart as if you were outside looking back at it, and let yourself see that same situation in your heart. Then ask your higher self what your heart would need to do to accommodate this person differently. How could the furniture be rearranged? Just have that intention. You don’t have to do anything. You just need to have that attention and intention on this level of the heart. Once you bring that desire, that awareness, that feeling back to your heart, your heart will arrange itself, seeking accommodation with the person you’re in continuum with. You will have the experience of a restructuring of the heart.

This wind, or vayu, is like a big parafoil that opens up. When the two hearts seek accommodation with each other, they create a big wind, a fuel, a big force. That force that’s generated when two humans seek accommodation with each other is full of creativity. It’s hugely productive. The other thing I’d like you to observe is that when you see your heart shifting to accommodate the other person, what kind of fuel or force is produced out of that?

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

A mystery of relationship

One of the ways love gets stuck is when movement stops happening and when the interaction is no longer variegated, when it doesn’t make more variety. It gets bored. It doesn’t create new flavors. It’s missing different types of itself. That’s why in personal relationships between people, love gets locked up. Why do you get tired of a person? You’re bored with the situation. When love no longer has this movement and it’s not constantly creating new waves of itself that are generating movement, when love gets locked up and no longer has the ability to express in that way, the movement slows down. It doesn’t ever completely stop because of the organic nature of the heart and human consciousness, but it can slow down enough so that you feel stuck. You’re not moving.

As you begin to get sensitized to that level of the heart and the feelings that can be generated from that, you can actually change the movement so that feeling can be enlivened and be expressed. That’s what can change the heart and the nature of interactions between people. The cognition of this can change the nature of personal relationship. You’re inside your heart, and then you’re inside the other person’s heart, and your consciousness is looking back at your heart and back at their heart until you begin to reach in there and you can actually see where the interaction energetically is stuck. It may be moving here, but not moving very well over there. Then you can fix it.

It’s one of the mysteries of relationships that we get more stuck with people we love. On good days you set up a resonance between you and the other person. There’s a lot of movement and space keeps getting created, making more layers. But sometimes we don’t have resonance, you have conflict or lack of resonance. So a piece here and there gets stuck, they’re not communicating, the signal gets stuck, and something dies. We don’t intentionally mean to stop love, but the movement of those pieces stop, and some piece of love dies. You lose that infinite replicating capacity. If enough dying happens, you fall out of love. You’re no longer communicating with the other person, no longer in resonance.

Our job is to have a deeper understanding of the crystalline structure in the heart, how that crystalline structure creates space, how the different packages of information which transfer information and love in the heart from one field to the other get stuck, and how we can get them unstuck. How can we change the way they are communicating with one another? Usually we do this on a more mental level and we feel that it’s our belief structures or our thinking that is essentially the problem, and that is true to some extent, but that’s only because the mind is reflecting the energy system. The mind is interpreting the subtle expressions of the energy system. So the belief structures are a reflection of the way the energy is moving or not moving.

If you take the belief structures out of the way and think about it this way, by having a recognition of how these structures are moving or not moving, how space can be created more elegantly and efficiently, how you can turn back the intelligence into the heart, I’m hoping you’ll have a recognition of how the heart can rearrange itself to accommodate love between you and another person more comfortably. Essentially, love is just an accommodation. If you come into this house and the furniture isn’t right for you, you move it around. But the furniture has to be willing to be moved. If it was bolted to the floor, you couldn’t pick it up. Sometimes when people are in continuum with one another, these structures can get stuck so that you literally can’t get space to cause movement.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Vistas of love

Each of our chakras has different layers that are interwoven with one another. All the pieces are talking to one another and they make sounds. Each of the little pieces is moving and each of the little pieces is spinning. They’re moving in space and time around and through each other, literally. They can pass right through each other.

Our heart chakra looks like that. We love our heart chakra because it’s the place where love resides. In working with the heart chakra, I’ve thought a lot about what love actually is. Clearly the heart chakra is the repository for love. But what is love? Is it a field, a force? Is it personal or cosmic? When I was looking at the temple, I realized that these temples are repositories for love as well as knowledge. That’s why when people go to visit them they feel so good, because love resides there. The reason the heart chakra emanates love has to do with how the structures are singing to one another. There’s a certain type of communication, particularly in the heart chakra, that creates the feeling that we call love. It makes love, it literally manufactures it.

Where is the love coming from? The love is not coming from the heart chakra. The love is coming from intelligence itself. But the heart chakra has the structures that are able to capture love. That’s its job. It’s like a big fishing net for love. Each of these little packages within the chakra are holding certain types of intelligence in the heart. Their job in the bodymind complex is to capture love.

What is love’s job? What is the reason for love? What is the purpose of love? What is it supposed to do? The force of love from the cosmos has a particular quality. It moves organic matter in an unusual and beautiful way. It’s the movement of those packages of intelligence in organic matter. It’s the wind, the vibration, the force that moves the pieces. The quality of that wind that’s generated through the heart chakra has a particular effect on the environment. That’s why it can be expressed as sound. There’s one big love current and an infinite amount of flavors of that current.

Each package, as it moves through and around each other, creates a situation in which the wind of love can express itself. As it expresses itself in the environment, it actually governs the field of motion. The field of love in the heart and the field of motion around the heart are intimately connected. The field of motion is very important in creating life, because organic matter has to move. One of the distinguishing characteristics of organic matter is that it moves, even the tiniest little amoeba or jellyfish. But the kind of movement that’s created from the field of love has a special quality. When love moves, it makes a particular effect that creates health. When love pours out, that is, when the packages unlock, space opens out and folds back, and there’s a communication that takes place, the heart keeps building love, ingesting space, throwing space back out. In that process of movement, there are whole new vistas of love that are created.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Space is alive

What makes intelligence functional is its capacity for cross-referencing while never running out of space. It keeps making room, unlike a computer, which has limited memory. Organic intelligence has the capacity to constantly make more space. Every time each of these quadrants communicates, it unlocks a piece of space. Space comes out from that referencing. Think of it all the way from the microcosmic level, such as particles, atoms, and molecules, all the way to the macrocosmic level like the temple or our body or a collection of bodies. In that self-referencing process where space opens up with each turn of communication between the different crystalline packages, when they open up and space pours out, it finds a place to look back at itself. Think about that happening infinitely. That’s how the energy field is constructed. That’s how God does it.

Each package holds a certain type of data, which is its specific function, like digesting food, but also nonspecific, because they’re interchangeable in a way. They’re completely designated and completely non-designated, just like the brain. They’re completely specialized and completely non-specialized. As the packet moves and space opens out, it breathes back toward whatever has broken it loose. That piece of space is impregnated with a certain type of intelligence. It’s not empty. It’s holding something. It’s the respiration of the universe, that cosmic quality from that part of space that comes back toward the little packet and enlivens it. That process is what makes something organic, alive, essentially.

In the future I think more and more things are going to be alive. Right now we have a big split between things that are organic and things that are inorganic. It’s part of the duality of our reality. In the future more things are going to be organic. For example, in these UFO sightings, people have some notion that the UFO is alive, not just a machine. It seems to have qualities that are more like a bird or some other type of being. This has been described in ancient literature, and it’s even on these cave paintings. When things become more intelligent, they also become more organic. The quality of aliveness that objects exemplify becomes more available when they become self-replicating, and they become self-replicating when they are organic.

One of the mysteries of the sacred sites is how these gigantic stones got there. I think it was not really levitation, but a depth of connectivity to the intelligence that is in the stone. When there’s such a depth of merger between structures of consciousness in yourself, when there’s an understanding of that from an inner level, then there’s a resonance that’s created between you and the object. The object wants to obey you, it begins to have a desire to work with you. It’s kind of shamanic obedience that starts to be created. The object and you synchronize. The synchronization takes place when you recognize the object as you, and the object recognizes you as it. This is the intelligence that these ancient people naturally had and we’ve mostly lost. In the temple one of the key secrets that’s locked away in every stone is this knowledge about organic intelligence, the process of how matter is created, how intelligence is organized and how matter becomes organic.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

The temple as body

The body is put together just like the sacred sites such as Macchu Pichu. There’s an area for prayer, for food, for sleep. That’s exactly how our body is: there are areas in the subtle bodies that are devoted to certain types of functions. When consciousness comes out of the body and looks back at the body, it sees different areas of the physical body that are sensitive to be repositories for different types of intelligence. Consciousness has the capacity to create a certain type of language that can be interpreted by the body and that’s what creates a resonance. So consciousness is talking to the body, it signals the body and creates a resonance, and then the body can talk back. A feedback loop is created for different types of information.

Our physical body is a simple organization process that is just like the hard drive on a computer. The process of retrofitting the information is one of the key features, just as the stones in the temple are fit together so perfectly. Our body is retrofitted with quadrants of information that are packaged one into the other just like in the temple. They’re fitted together beautifully in such a manner that they can cross-organize between each other. All the little reference packages can communicate with each other. It’s not a linear referencing; it’s multi-linear, so you can move from one referencing package to the other.

That system of referencing is what actually makes something organic. That’s one of the realizations I had when I was looking at the temple. It’s not that inorganic things don’t have a referencing process, but the symmetry is different. In biological matter, the referencing process cross-references with itself in an amazing crystalline way, which is exactly how the temple communicates with itself.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

The library of stones

The chakra system is by its very nature not only three dimensional, but infinitely dimensional. For every layer of self-referral that comes into the field, another layer pops out, just like tiled windows in a computer. The subtle vision keeps looking back on itself, mirroring awareness, and bringing out a new layer of the field. In the process of doing that, you’re thickening the field. It’s not only a matter of looking at the field. As vision returns back to the self, it compacts, it compresses information. Each tile is a whole package of information. When vision looks back at itself, it pushes the tiles together so that you get more and more of a tight fit.

One of the things that came to me was when I was watching a documentary about Macchu Pichu. One of the remarkable things about the temple structure is how the stones are so perfectly fit together. When I was in a different state, something happened to me while I was looking at the pictures. I had the realization that the temple was representing this self-referencing, infinite awareness and the stacks of information in the way the stones were piled on top of one another in this beautiful, retrofitted self-referencing expression.

The stones are a library. Ancient people had a remarkable ability to communicate with nature in a way that we’ve lost, and it’s hard for us even to understand. When you see hieroglyphs in a cave, we always think the communication is the writing, because we’re involved with writing. But I realized that it’s the stones themselves that are communicating. The stones were like computer chips. Ancient people could communicate with the stones and imprint them with information. I don’t know why this happened, but I have these experiences sometimes. When I looked at the whole framework of the temple, it lit up for me. I realized that all the stones were carrying information, which was meant to be carried into the future. They knew that this structure was going to last a long time. There are ancient sites like this all over the world. I’ve personally been to Stonehenge, and of course there are the pyramids, and many others. Everybody gets the idea that sacred information is locked into those structures. But when I was looking at the temple of Macchu Pichu, I realized that the sacred information is literally locked into the structures. The actual structures are conduits for holding information.

The reasons the ancients could do this is that they realized that our bodies are conduits for information. They could probably see the subtle bodies and they saw how beautifully all the layers of information in the data card of our being fits together. They were able to transmit that information into the stone, and the stone could transmit information back. It was a two way street. It’s a living database. It has organic intelligence. It’s alive. I realized that probably all the sacred sites on this planet have this in common because ancient people were able to communicate this way. Probably, just like now, some people were better at this than others. Not everybody was talking to the stones. But the ones who could communicate this way knew that in order to make a particular type of database they would need to impregnate the stone with a particular type of energy and that energy would have to come back.

We’re about at the right time on the planet where I feel that these sites are more available for translation. They’re ready to do their job. They’ve been sitting there all this time and now they’re going to talk. But how are we going to talk to them and how are we going to access their information? One of the things I realized is that in order to access information out of material objects in this way, they don’t have to be sacred sites. It could be the chair in your living room. The difference between the chair and the sacred site is that the information that is meant to be gained from them is of major, infinite, cosmic proportions.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Holographic vision

The past year or so my mission has been to draw the attention out from inside the light body, in front, and then mirror it back toward the light body. That allows one to have the experience of setting up the layers of the light body. When we physically see things, we take that for granted and we don’t think too much about the mechanics of how we see. But if you’ve ever been around people who are visually impaired, it becomes clear that seeing is very subjective, because there are areas where they can’t focus. They do a lot of filling in the blanks. The brain fills in what would normally be there. Because they’re more cognizant of that, it brings more awareness to the process of seeing. In esoteric terms, we don’t think of subtle seeing as having to do with the brain or eyes. We think of it as more of a consciousness experience, which it is, but I think it does have to do with the brain and the eyes. In order to open up subtle vision, you have to retrain the brain and eyes.

One of the ways that the subtle body expresses being is from outside the body looking back towards the body. Part of the camera is out in front looking back towards the self. When we hear the term “self-referral” we think of it as internal. But think of self-referral externally. There is a self-referencing part of consciousness that is observing the wholeness of the expression of consciousness from out here looking back at itself. Each time that reference point looks back at itself, a window appears. I was thinking about this today because I was on the new Vista operating system, and it functions a lot like this. You’re out here, observing the screen, and then a vista opens up and you can tile another vista on it. This is simulating consciousness and the mechanism of layering of knowledge in a field.

This layering process where attention goes out here and you’re focusing back towards yourself is a very ancient idea. There are a lot of practices that utilize this. When you reference from out here and you look back at the self, you’re stretching your field of vision, causing it to move out in front, and when it looks back it has an elastic movement like an accordion, back and forth. In that back and forth movement of the eyes and the coordination of the nervous system, both subtle and gross, openings start to appear in awareness that have to do with subtle perception. What happens is that vision becomes more like a hologram. Most of the time people think of holograms as an extraordinary expression, like in a science fiction movie or in a dream sequence. But normal vision is a hologram; it only becomes three dimensional because of how the brain interprets the messages.