Monday, 10 March 2014

When reality crashes or simply disappears!

Six important facts you're not being told about lost Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

A article

An observation: When our reality model breaks due to uncovering facts we can no longer deny - in any arena of life in which we previously placed trust, then we no longer trust those institutions and authorities which before seemed credible and are exposed to fearful thoughts that would otherwise have not have been engaged.
We can then become uncertain of what thoughts to trust...
And can become and inadvertent agency of fearful alarmism rather than clearly sounding an alarm that alerts to a present attention and response-ability.
We all make mistakes as part of learning.

Processing fear - or moving through fear rather that reacting from it, is the practice of consciousness response-ability. For reactivity is not a consciously connecting act - so much as the re-enactment of a past conditioning.

I feel that fear - and its attendant coercions - is rising from the unconscious to exposure - to be brought back into the realm of consciously connected choice.

Fearful identity is the choice to disconnect and collapse upon thinking that does not extend, share, or truly relate to living presence, but is withheld and withholding.

When we are protected from truth it is because we are afraid and demand to be protected from what we fear to be true. We give our power away.

When we feel denied communication that we are willing to receive, we can project fearfully into the situation and compound a sense of deprivation and disconnection.

Presence is felt. Presence of mind is a unified heart and mind.
I feel we are re-learning the way of acting from an integrity of connected presence - as opposed to asserting a presentation that locks out a current receptivity.

Fear is beneath the attempt to gain power over Life, and its exposure reveals an illegitimacy. But hidden fears sow division.

Wholeness and indivisibility, are innate attributes at a level to which fear cannot intrude.
This was in a reading I shared this morning:

*"Truly I say to you, watch the thoughts within your mind. Choose what you will believe
carefully. For what you believe, you believe in Heaven, although it may hide Heaven from your sight.”

*(Quoted from 'The Holy Spirit's Interpretation of the New Testament'. NTI)

Silky Wiley replied:

Well, I'm going with you on some of this but why use an interpretation so far from the events of the new testament? The King James version maintains the beauty and poetry and the underlying layers of wisdom in the new testament. It is like the interpretations of the Quran that miss the mystical in it. The new bibles strip out the mystical meaning in the turn of the phrases.

My reply to Silky Wiley

I agree with you on the KJB - but the NTI is NOT the Bible, nor a version of it but is to my appreciation, a 'harvest' discerned and reflected in the reader. A 'harvest' that is neither found or depicted in this 'world' (framework of beliefs and definitions) and yet which awakens the one who thought they were lost to that they are not as their belief defined them.

Regardless of debate as to any merit or not of the source of the quote, it was simply from a tract that I had literally paused writing here to share reading aloud with my partner, after which I resumed writing here. Its serendipity resonated with the points here.

Our creative nature as Consciousness definition, acceptance, identification, reflection and communication, is not 'in the world' but prior to it - and reflected by it. It is alpha and omega - and yet seems hidden to (by) our 'ordinary consciousness'

If we use our creative freedom, (two words meaning the same thing there), to deny our awareness and innate function AS such consciousness extended, we can then experience a world and a will that seem to oppose our true Nature; a world of conflicting powers.

The fragmented, compartmentalized, insanity that then results, seeks each fragment to justify itself unto itself - for none knows their being innately. Such fearful assertion is usually held deeply unconscious because it is intolerable. However it is the perfect condition in which to freely and honestly relinquish self-will in receptivity to a Consciousness NOT of one's own split-mind making.

I realize this may make no sense (to you or others), but I feel to use new ways of expressing facets of our consciousness responsibility. Not because old ways are less valid, but because many have filtered or distorted them to effectively block their harvest.

When all attention is projected out upon the 'world', in a disconnection or diversion from the Soul quality of knowing within, everything seen reinforces the disconnecting 'narrative' of power, fear, death and survival - for that IS its script!

To take the time and activate the willingness to feel the heart or Soul connection - which is a direct knowing of one's living presence - allows a unified heart and mind to operate in the experience of the world. In this one not only has the wherewithal to function within a greater awareness and discernment of what is actually present - AND relevant, but one's inner guidance reveals teaching/learning integrations in place of division and war.

Now when we look at the world we can more readily use it as a faithful feedback to OUR whole consciousness - which is not only much greater than the version we pretend, but is most intimately shared in ways we can scarcely imagine.

But the meanings of what we see are for us to either coercively assert, or intimately accept. When I blogged my previous comment here I called it "when reality crashes or simply disappears!". Where is our 'power' then? It is in the capacity to realize what we took as reality was in error, and let go of what we never in fact 'were'.

Silky Wiley replied:

    Well, I don't know where you got your NTI or who wrote it, but much spiritual writing in the west is just a rehash of ancient scriptures, the Tao, the Mahabarata, the Bhagavad Gita, the Old and New Testament, the Quran. Perhaps the more original thought which is in the bible "As a man thinketh, so he is." The ancient Hindu scriptures clearly say that all of our dimension is delusion of duality and God's dream. So the ideas on reality are nothing new either.

To which I responded:

     Well that's ok. I'm not here to promote it or convince anyone of anything. I simply share a perspective for the attention of whoever resonates with it.

As a man thinketh in his heart, so he is. The creative level is 'usurped' or covered over, by what we tend to call 'thinking'. Its a kind of jamming device.

Personally, I do not feel to fit the ideas into meanings of the world's thinking - the 'old wine bottles'. I feel this is the way to adulterate and dilute and lose the original radiance and vitality for the dead letter of the law; where words that could set your heart free imprison it instead.

So whatever the source, I recommend learning to receive - to truly listen - where? In the heart. That is where what you believe will be revealed to you - along with the release of what does not belong to you and costs you your joy.

If you feel truly attracted to something - let others have their opinion but don't throw your own joy-promptings away if you don't want to.

In our world experience, we get to live the ideas that are its construct, as if they were outside consciousness. In extending and experiencing true Creation, this is glorious, in extending the idea of fear and separation the experience is hellish.

Rather than be fearful about it (which is of course the persistence of the conflicted mind - why not learn to surf the wave?

Whatever is going on - that is part of your life - is able to be seen in conflicted or unified perspective, without exception.

Thus what you think in your heart - your state of being - determines all meaning and not the external conditions.

Of course this is yielding to Creator Source and therefore anathema to the wish to 'lord it' over others.

For those whose loved ones were on that plane - this is an event of great unsettling. We give our heart to the world and it is so deeply cut - when the world changes so. Love is not loss, but a connection to our very divinity. The world becomes the footprint of an absent divinity if we worship love in loss.

There is another adjunct for those who are deeply disturbed by the way the world is unfolding such fundamental change: love yourself! In this love is your capacity to share life and love with those who share your life today, now, in thought, word and deed - though presence communicates through all of these.
Our life exposes us to learn of conscious existence - sometimes when what we thought we knew is all undone. If we refuse, we choose unconsciousness as if it can save us - but only extending our true presence can reveal our wholeness in which there is no one to be saved.
If any 'book' serves your acceptance of love and its extension as your self - why not be grateful for the grace of your being!

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