Portals

Doorway

Hello friends. I do hope that all is well, and very well, with you all. I saw this image sometimes last week, and I just fell in love with it. I resonate with it, stepping through a portal. Then I need a good post about portals, and I am trying to recall something I read or heard. I look, and I look. I ponder. I ask myself what are portals? There are so many; physical doors, and windows, the eyes, there are quantum portals, or points. There are endless kinds of portals. The ones I am interested in are related in the sense of the direction of this blog, and that of others, like Linda, and everyone who has participated in her Time Machine Blogging Challenge, I am interested in being a multi-dimensional being. With great knowledge, comes great responsibility.

For a number of various reasons my body has been out of alignment, some pain in the knee (right,) and in my sciatic, but it was manageable and I procrastinated seeing the chiropractor, because I didn’t have one. I really rather not talk about this but its relevant. Tuesday evening I am doing my reading for American Lit on Thoreau, it was his essay, “Walking,” ugh! It was so long, and went on, and on. I jokingly say to my sister, “I am going to time travel and break his legs.” I really was not adhering to a quantum mind, why? I am not sure, but the next day I can barely walk. Okay its odd. No matter, I will not again think that saying something that negative is not going to have some repercussion, or affect. I did not entirely dislike Thoreau. I am sorry I made such a statement. It is all learning, so it is all good.

I am headed back to the chiropractor so send any healing vibes you are willing to send, please. Plus The Pythagorean Theorem, and pi on my calculator are battling me a bit. I do however have a couple links of interest to share. I just read Zero Point, by Anna Merkaba, a channel message.

Except from message:

“For what you are about to experience is the inversion of your systems, the inversion of going from ALL to NONE, from ZERO to INFINITY. The creative forces within your spherical creations that you call the human bodies is going to be unleashed to such a degree that it will then become possible for all of you to truly manifest that which you wish to see into your reality!”

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I am not sad, I am a little fearful, but trying not to be. I feel empowered, that may seem strange, but I do. There is also the Louise Hay, view of healing, as well, what does it mean? Fear of moving forward? Why? Silly me, but, nonetheless it is what it is. I feel grateful I have the insight to discern and learn. Much love everyone.

Namaste

Sindy

 

Transcendental Nature

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I Am A Rock

The essay, “Nature,” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, is biblical in its transcendental scope. “Nature” espouses numerous grand philosophical ideas in its narrative, however the theme is simple, self-awareness, and consciousness, via unity with nature. The essay begins with, and ends with mankind’s lack of gratitude for the awesomeness that is nature and consciousness. Being in awareness of its majesty as the stars in the sky, “. . . If the stars should appear one night in a thousand years, how would man believe and adore. . .” The transparent eyeball, becoming one with nature, the observer is the observed. Nature is a reflection of man’s consciousness.

“Nature,” pretty much sums up, and speaks to my spiritual beliefs, many of the philosophies, and concepts therein are known to me. Emerson eloquently illustrates that nature offers a key to self-awareness, to consciousness, and unity with the oneness, or god.

In this series I am going to explore with you this seminal “Transcendentalist” work. Let’s eat dessert first. In other words I am starting on the last chapter.

Nature

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Chapter 8 Prospects

As stated above, “Nature” opens and ends with the idea that mankind takes nature for granted. Let us note that “nature” represents everything, the oneness, and not literally nature, although it is used allegorically. In this chapter as Emerson explores the prospects of his thought, he takes his aim at Science, ” Empirical science is apt to cloud the sight, and, by the very knowledge of functions and processes, to bereave the student of the manly contemplation of the whole.”  Emerson ascertains that to know quantifiable facts will not lead man to truth of existence, “. . . that a dream may let us deeper into the secret of nature than a hundred concerted experiments.”

An excerpt from the poem, “Man” by George Herbert, is used to make a point here. For space sake I have linked the entire poem but, Emerson starts with, “Man is all symmetry,” I am including the next to last stanza:

More servants wait on man

Than he’ll take notice of; in ev’ry path

He treads down that which doth befriend him,

When sickness makes him pale and wan.

Oh mighty love! Man is one world, and hath

Another to attend him.

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In this regard Emerson quotes Plato, (which is actually Aristotle…oops Ralph) “poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.” That poetry an artistic reflection of nature brings one closer to oneness than facts. Then Emerson quotes himself, but hey, it’s good, “The foundations of man are not in matter but in spirit . . .  But who can set limits to the remedial force of spirit?” What follows is my favorite quote, “A man is a god in ruins.”  In unity with nature, will all of creation, when we merge our consciousness in the stillness of the moment we are gods, however in a state of amnesia, a state of distraction, and immersion in the material we lose our creative force.

In concluding the book and homogenizing his philosophy, Emerson take man to task for his disregard, “The ruin or the blank that we see when we look at nature, is in our own eye,” we see a reflection of our inner perceptions. “The reason why the world lacks unity, and lies broken, and in heaps, is because man is disunited with himself.”

Offering a solution, Emerson suggest, “It will not need when the mind is prepared for study, to search for objects. The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common.”  It is there for us to see if we are aware observers.

In the final paragraph, Emerson ask, “So shall we come to look at the world with new eyes? It shall answer the endless inquiry of the intellect-, What is truth? and of the affections,-What is good? by yielding itself passive to the educated Will.”

We mankind are not merely of the world, and nature, we are the world and nature. As I read the essay, I kept hearing, “Man know thyself,” and that I believe was the crux of his Transcendent idea, when in the moment, conscious awareness in the Absolute oneness. . . we are mighty creators.

 

Namaste

Sindy
Oh and, please come join us at litebeing chronicles for Linda’s Time Machine Blogging Challenge.

 

Timeline Delta

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Pomp and Circumstance

Hello, and thank you for co-creating existence with me. My name is Sindy, and I will be your pilot this evening. I spent ten minutes looking at the Greek Alphabet, as I was thinking of a clever title, Timeline Kappa? Timeline Omega? Timeline Epsilon? Lol I just left it as Timeline Delta. The title is merely a symbolic designation, but the Greek Alphabet, is rather fascinating. I am writing this in participation of Litebeing chronicles, and my dear friend Linda’s, Time Machine Blogging Challenge. Actively practicing time travel via the Quantum mind is transcendent in scope. We sort of do it often in day dreams, the difference is intention. The first time I traveled to the future was in a meditation that in Keylontic Science, they call “journeys.” Although I do not advocate the “Freedom Teachings,” i.e., Keylontic Science (not even going to link them) I had some great experiences. This one in particular was a journey to meet yourself in 3300 AD. The KS journeys were pretty cool, I was instructed once arriving (it was years ago, I don’t recall the details) to reach out and take my hand, and I did, it was visceral. However, that was my first future self convergence.

Very recently I had one spontaneously. I was at a church service, Interfaith CommUNITY, and the theme that month was, “What Do You Teach?” The lovely Lori, (I blogged her article, The Zen of Crayons) was singing a song about teaching . . . As you may, or may not know, I am currently working toward my Bachelor’s Degree in Education. It will be next year before I transfer to the university, I will be attending ASU. So, as she is singing I flash to my graduation, I am there. I am walking on stage, and being handed my diploma. Whoa, my heart swelled and I cried such sweet tears of joy. And, here’s the thing, I can return to that moment at will, and each time I feel the joy, and an overwhelming feeling of pride in my accomplishment. Therefore obviously there is never a need to doubt or worry. It has/is/will be.

So thus far I have only experienced two future lives, and many past lives, but you can affect the now from any timeline, sending intent and goodwill.

Oh and…. The day I agreed to write a blog post for this challenge, knowing that I wanted to share this experience, I go into my back garden patio (my favorite chill zone) and I hear the high school band practicing, again, and again, they played the Graduation song. I chuckled and my heart filled up to overflowing yet again. About a week later my friend who also is in college send me a YouTube link to a show on tarot, and astrology with two women, what do they play but the Graduation song. Amazing and fun.

In the spirit of academic accomplishments, I am going to brag on myself a little. I post my papers on academia.edu, and my very first literary critique, was a year ago, Little Red Cap, the Awakening of Sexual Awareness, has been searched ever since. It is in the Top 3% of papers searched, and viewed, on that site. If you wish to read any of my academic writing you can check them out here.

Thank you my kindred spirit soul sister Linda, for hosting such a fantastic challenge.
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Namaste

Sindy

I picked 10/2/2015 because it equals 11 😀

Oh and PS: A cool badge I made for Linda for this challenge.

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