Comprehensions of Consciousness“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer”Nasseim Haramein
One need not take hallucinogens to lose the mind, the imagination is the perfect vehicle for loosening mind organically without the side effects. Unfortunately we have been led to believe its child’s play; what a pity!
I often wonder if education in general does more to misinform to conform than the norm. The influences, the programs, the daily dogmas, all appear to insure our focus remains within the external domains, and if the illusion of matter captivate the senses all is well and good for we all love drama and intrigue. But what is real, what is truth? A layer cake where the frosting is too good to penetrate further?
As we drift off into the imaginary abyss the alarms go off and the engineers of fear ensure the importance of the external lies in peril unless we feed the machine and if we ignore the alarms we come under attack. The money, the responsibility, the need to consume, are the great anchors that keep us from drifting. The grand scientific discoveries of our time began with the great particle exploration. The conclusion was simple; the closer you look the less you’ll find, and in the end it always comes back to consciousness, that ubiquitous phenomena that holds all the chemical bonds in check. Of course there are the morphogenetic fields with their blueprinted templates that dictate form and expressional capabilities anchored by light and sound from the cosmic conundrum. But we need not go there, we only need to entertain the idea that the electro-magnetic spectrum we call reality is first and foremost a thought construct, and that what we considerer rudimentary consciousness is indeed rude, or perhaps crude. Whether or not this is the result of higher specie tinkering with our coding, or a mass frequency fence matters not. What matters in the now has to do with expanding what we do have and quick, for its moot to argue that if we continue upon our current path unabated regardless of technological prowess, well, the writing’s on the wall!
Of course we are mostly blind during the early stages of mental decompression, as we plumb the depths of our psyche and begin to clean house of outdated software while trying to establish a happy medium between ego and integrity. Some will flock toward traditional and non-traditional modalities catering to spiritual awareness to fertilize their musings of transcendence, occasionally migrating back to the self with even more questions. The more right brained amongst us will sift through physics and chemistry for clues, or even suffer through philosophy and psychology leaving no stone unturned.
There are rumors of the shift, the great conscious awakening, the renaissance of renaissances, the rapture of mind. This is not to say that a few mutants haven’t blazed the occasional trial, but the masses appear to be digging in, becoming more dogmatic, as if to fear an invisible evil foe, like a prisoner who has been incarcerated so long they fear freedom due to conditioning. But it would be no leap to say that allowance plays a significant role in conscious expansion, and resistance to change a common obstacle.
Perhaps we lack a contemporary definition of what higher consciousness is aside from some Freudian archetype or mystical metaphor. Perhaps the only thing inhibiting this organic transition is a thorough self evaluation of our institutional paradigms, or what helps, i.e. the softening of the ego which stands guard over ideals behind razor wire with well armed towers, like some shadowy Feema camp poised to threaten the psychology of independence.
We can’t begin to define higher consciousness when we have yet to define consciousness. All we know are the by-products, the thought, the thing, the manifest bling. We are reminded higher consciousness exists each time we focus on the engineered precision of the phenomenal world from its biology to its cosmology. Our own technology for better or worse, is exemplary of conscious unfolding. It’s unfortunate as to how certain facets of technology are being used, but this may be due to gross distortions within the mental framework of humanity and all the more reason for gestalts in consciousness.
Perhaps the gestalt in technology superseded the gestalt in spirituality required to balance the deficiencies, but the spirituality I’m referring to remains shrouded and held hostage by technology for in truth spirituality and science have never been independent of one another. For the existence of creation proves this.
Many who have come “online” feel predisposed to join the ecumenical resistance, to fight the engineers of control and expose all, which is the normal stage in our psychological evolution that comes after shock, awe, fear, anger and helplessness. The resistance mode may become synonymous with rage before morphing into
peace as we come emotionally full-circle. Peace becomes the blank slate, our launching pad for salvation and sovereignty. It is here we begin to understand the brilliance of Gandhi when he fought back dictatorship with non-participation.
Such examples are testament that true awareness goes beyond the recognition of the negative elements usurping and controlling the masses; true awareness may be more about raising one’s vision to observe beyond the level of adversarial campaigns, to focus on the underlying deficiencies that enable such behavior, with a willingness to understand them enough to find not only the root cause but the hidden divergent seed that became the Ivy choking the organic medium.
Perhaps such an exercise would prove futile, for when the truth is uncovered it may be self evident of higher engineering.
Pivotal points in the development of human consciousness may require the type of adversity that motivates us to venture outside our comfort zone, to draw a higher quantum for the purpose higher contemplation. Necessity, the mother of invention owes to the idea that consciousness has the tendency to stagnate within the confines of comfort through complacency. Being laborious in ones efforts matters not, for the habitual patterns of one’s life are psychological modalities of comfort. All external belief structures follow suit often driven not by loving passion but by the programmed psychosis of fear. In fact weaning off fear as a prime modifier in one’s decision making becomes essential not only for evolving consciousness but for establishing a platform of peace. And if we have yet to establish this decorum of peace our efforts become irrational and animated like marionettes with emotional strings.
Until then, may peace be with you!