Consciousness Drives the Universe

Consciousness Drives the Universe


So what I hear being a point of perspection in this presentation is the suspension of belief systems for experience systems. Where experience systems are not available, then one might consider anchoring in their thoughtmosphere the knowing …of divine will, universal law or cosmic consciousness that is indeed self-organizing by design. Humans only go so far in their quest for understanding what that self-organization reveals.

When we allow that design to emerge in our consciousness, there seems to be a more resilient experience of ‘now.’ One might even say it is a Newly Ordered World based on following the precepts of the great teachers… from the Void, the Quiet, the Silence, the Stillness comes the Voice of Being. The most challenging thing for humans appears to be developing their ability to simply be quiet, observant without bias.

I think it was agent K who said, “A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it. Fifteen hundred years ago everybody knew the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the Earth was flat, and fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you’ll know tomorrow.”

Humans, myself included, often tend to have a skewed view of the nature of reality and, instead of seeking to learn the truth of it, opt for attempting to rearrange belief systems to fit the picture we think we are getting. There is another part of our being that resides within the fabric of creation, its singular thread as a soular blueprint threaded into the Matrix of universe order. It is beyond the subjective, the participant and even the observer…. it is ONE and yet many.

It seems the social organism, the collective thoughtmosphere, thrives on chaos and mental perturbations that drive the fear-based systems most people engage, even those who say they promote the opposite. In quantum terms, ANY focus (feelings, thoughts, words) offers attention and energy to the target. Yet, those who remain free are often deemed ‘callous’ or ‘insensitive’ by the social organism. Seems an example of cognitive dissonance, but then my awareness is also affected by the swirl of emotion felt within.

Now there is another group folks who have been in direct contact through inner experiences, often so real the dimensional shift is virtually unnoticeable, who have been silent for a long time. Heck, look at what they do to people who question authority still. Most folks rarely have the opportunity to converse with others about their experiences, so when it does happen they sound incredulous and emotionally out of control. I spent several days at the IUFOC engaging others in conversation to see if there is an openness to the conversation beyond the phenomena. I didn’t find much, even with abductees. However, there were others, like me, who were wisely waiting for conversations to evolve.

What I’ve found is that the mind of man can produce incredible and valiant reasons for whatever it chooses to do in the moment, including playing the ‘control’ game to perfection. I don’t think pointing fingers is conducive to growth. People have done the best they could with the knowledge they were given. Few have had such horrific lives that they cannot fathom harmony among people and planet. We’ve simply not had the focus of attention on the subject. Is it possible?

Allowing the emergence of harmony within one’s experience is a discipline, a practice, that requires a certain ability to observe without projection. Suspending whatever belief system that qualifies the observation is the goal. Until that happens, the inner voice can only be silent. Once it does, the door to exploring consciousness opens wide and we learn to ask better questions about how it works.

I’ll leave you with the notion that perhaps the Trinity we find in religions, in the micro-environment, shows up as the proton, electron and neutron. The ‘space’ between the particles is the consciousness that defines their order in the material world. If we think and therefore we are, what can we become with effort? Perhaps dropping the notion that we are manipulated in any way and choosing how to be is prudent.

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