Sunday, September 26, 2010

Purpose and Perfection

I had an email from a dear friend regarding last week’s post about the nature of Time and Simultaneous Personalities and the theory of the oversoul experiencing all possibilities through the lives of the multiple selves. She said it kind of made her feel that her life was somehow shallow or on the strings of the oversoul, like a puppet. I wanted to respond to that, in case others were feeling the same way.

Actually, I think it is quite the opposite. If anything, the oversoul cannot experience the vastness of itself without you. The oversoul, through the clunkiness of my language, may sound separate from you, hence the master to slave symbology, but it’s not. It’s just a larger portion of you, connected to you, similar to your head upon your body, yet where one begins and the other ends may be entirely arbitrary and simply used for purposes of discussion. To me, the nature of the relationship is simple: You’re the one that holds all the cards, baby. It’s your decisions, actions, and life experience that give the breadth of dimension to the oversoul’s objective: be all it (you) can be.

If, in theory, the objective is to experience all possibilities inherent within the infinite nature of being, then you, dear reader, have every bit of free will to do with as you wish – glory, fame, sadness, and misery, for each are within the cornucopia of experiences available to an infinite being of life. The oversoul isn’t pulling any strings – it’s (the greater YOU) is counting on you to fulfill the master plan of doing and being all that is available in an infinite spread of possibilities (and guess what – you are. It’s a no-fail scenario).

Now, because infinite possibilities exist, certain frameworks must come into play in order to “break them down” into a mode of individualized experience and expression – to “separate out” a certain kind of experience from that of another in order to fully appreciate and discern the experience’s distinctive nature. Here is where we come in with mental frameworks and agreed upon values: beliefs and modes of operating within the world, which in turn, inform us (or sometimes guide us) as to how our experiences will be expressed within the given architecture of our individualized lives and epochs (here is where Time and Space gets slipped into the equation, on some level). This discernment allows for a wide variety of depth and meaning, again fulfilling the “all you can be” moniker of that greater portion of our beings. These beliefs and value systems alter and change from time-to-time (evolution) opening up rivers and streams that lead to the greater ocean of cosmic awareness – or at the very least, different types of experiences. To us, it is a march through Time, but to the oversoul, outside of such time, it is an architecture that allows for the nature of experience to be captured with a type of distinctiveness and wisdom, yet spanning and fulfilling the “all possibilities” credo and accessed instantaneously. I’m not sure I could even speculate what the greater oversoul does with this knowledge, wisdom, and information. At this point, I will submit that it’s too high-level for my brain to understand and just leave it at that. (Maybe I’ll come back to it later – it might be a fun challenge to consider).

Using our light and prism analogy, the white light would contain the breadth of knowledge and wisdom gained through the experiences and expressions of the different colors existent within its makeup – colors that we would only see individualized once we break the light down through the prism (Time).

What is the point of all this? It shows that you have an amazing and profound purpose for being here. That your life does have meaning. You are here to truly LIVE LIFE, and experience whatever it is you wish. Free will is your birthright, for it is guaranteed to give the greatest possible spread to the nature of experience. Think of how limiting it would be to the oversoul to limit just one of its personalities (Again, the oversoul is just a larger portion of YOU). Mental frameworks and values are not limitations to the individual personalities, they are simply agreed upon (usually by society) systems of thought and behavior which, in turn, have an effect on the nature of experience. Again, this has its positive spin, in that it breaks experience down into a definite particle-like analogy within a wave-like field of possible experiences. However, even these frameworks and value systems can be superseded by an individual personality; one day someone thought the earth was flat, and that informed their experience. The next day, they thought, experimented, and suddenly believed the earth was round – and that changed the nature of their experience forever (This is probably a gross analogy, but the best I could come up with at the moment. It is just meant to show that we can go beyond the conventional beliefs and value systems throughout any given time and thereby change the nature of our experience – even on an individual level. If anything, this is one of the great joys of my life, experimenting with breaking out of the accepted norm of thinking and see where it leads).

The other half of this blog is that you are a perfect being. Some people have told me they have a hard time perceiving that, or understanding what I mean.

If you’ve been to my group readings, you’ve heard me touch on this. But because I believe so strongly in it, I’m going to hit on it here and hopefully clarify what I mean to those who have wondered about it.

You are perfect because you have the ability to experience all possibilities, not just as an oversoul outside of Time and Space. Because you have free will, and the more we learn about perception and how the mind informs the nature of reality and experience, we are learning that we truly are the ones in control. With the change of a thought, you can change the nature of your reality – every part of it. There have been scientific studies that show the effects of what our intentions and minds can produce (See William Tiller, Fred Alan Wolf, Hal Puthoff, Russell Targ, Charles Tart, Roger Nelson, Dean Radin, Larry Farwell, and excellent documentation by Lynn McTaggart, just to name a few). That you can become, have, and do whatever you TRULY put your heart and mind to makes you infinite in your possibilities. And that is perfection. Perfection isn’t a finite state – for as soon as it is “finite,” you have defined a limit. That’s not perfection, that’s limitation. Perfection, to me, means the ability to choose, go for it, and achieve it – no matter what it is. And you have that ability. And it all starts with simply your mind and emotions. That you have that ability – that functionality – that makes you a perfect being. You are perfect in your DESIGN, for you are the Great Organizing Designer (GOD) of your life and environment.

You can change your thinking and instantly go from being less loving into more loving; you can change your thinking and go from poverty into wealth; sad into happy; darkness into light. You can do all of these things, and whatever else you can think of, too. And it can happen within an instant of simply changing your mind and the emotions running through your system. That is awesome. That is perfection of “being”.

Quantum physics states that observation informs the nature of reality, and this would be individual, per person, as well as collectively. So – do you view that glass has half full or half empty? Either way, it is an experience. And to your greater self – the oversoul – your perfection to choose and experience either is a wonderful gift in combination with all the other simultaneous personalities and what they choose to see and feel. You are a perfect being. Here on purpose. Contributing to the magnificence of your great, awesome, larger self that you are connected to, breathe life into and life out of, and forever are valued beyond your wildest dreams.

Until next time …

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Simultaneous Time and the Oversoul, Part 2

My last blog left some very interesting questions for one of my readers. When she brought them up, I went “Hmmm …” They were indeed challenging, for we know scientifically that Time is not a straight arrow, and if that is the case, then ???? And what does this mean for us as living beings, more than what I talked about before? Though there may not be any clear-cut answer to her queries, they were intriguing and important enough for me to go searching for some kind of answer. Whether my ideas bear any resemblance to the truth, who knows? But I wanted to take a stab at them. WARNING: This is a long blog.

Now - How did I do this? I pondered each question and sat with it. I let it fill each pore of my being and then went inward, to whatever that space is inside and placed the question on a pedestal and waited for an answer. Where was the answer coming from? My higher self? Spirit guides? Imagination? Who knows. But something responded (which may, inevitably, lead to more questions ...). Here goes.


Q: I get what you're saying but the real question still remains as to "why"? Is our perfect self (the simultaneous oversoul) nothing more than a petulant child who seeks to have one experience after another and therefore gives no rhyme or reason to any of its experiences at all? Why does the perfect oversoul even need this experience then?

A: I think it is quite the opposite. The oversoul is so grand and expansive, the only way to completely experience itself in its totality is to have what appears to be one-experience-after-another, in what also appears to be successive (yet simultaneous) existences and expressions. It is by no means without rhyme or reason, and may be, in fact, because of such incredible meaning and depth inherent within the oversoul that it breaks itself out into these seemingly “separate” personalities. I am again reminded of the light through a prism being broken down into successive colors, yet all going on simultaneously and “wrapped up” creating the greater light, which in this case would be the oversoul. Here again, we come across the concept of holography, too. Just because we don’t have a prism doesn’t mean the colors {simultaneous personalities} don’t exist and don’t have rhyme or reason. Now, each color in the broken out prism could say the corresponding color is separate and could be perceived as either “past” or “future” once you introduce the idea of Time, yet each color is going on simultaneously once you remove that Time concept and thus creates the white light of a perceived larger whole. All creates the greater self – the white light, the oversoul. Each separate light contributes to the larger, and each “bleeds” into the other, showing they are connected and again, “entangled.” Yes, it’s making my head spin, too. If the oversoul – or even the individual soul – is infinite (and hence, perfect, because of its infinity, because it can be all and is all once you extract the filters of Time and Space, and also has access to that infinite-ness from within those frameworks) – then why would it be out of the question to experience every possible outcome or infinite expression in some fashion, using Time and Space as a filter, movie screen, or stage, in which to bring such possibilities into joyful experience? To put it another way, if you were infinite, would you prefer to sleep all the time and do virtually nothing – a blank, a void - or would you be willing to play with your “inifiniteness”? And if so, what could that be like?

Each time period has its own range of values, beliefs, and hence levels of experience and expression. If the outer world is really an expression of the inner, then these frameworks of existence allow the oversoul to discover its rich, inner beauty by breaking the energy down into expressions of dramatic acts, within the accepted frameworks of the time (say 1300’s versus 1800’s). Now, not being confined by Time or Space, this means that the oversoul is unlimited, but these frameworks as we have broken them down and created are not. That is, each time period has been “assigned” (more or less) acceptable and non-acceptable behaviors, ideas, belief systems through what we perceive as “social and creative evolution.” Now, all this would be too confining for an infinite force of life. Yet if there other time periods, epochs, each with its own value systems, beliefs, etc., and if all were happening simultaneously, well, that sounds like infinity to me, and expressing within that framework would also be infinite. Does the perfect oversoul need this experience? I feel the answer is, no, it doesn’t NEED it, but it does WANT it, to play out its creative juices. Again, why not? It’s infinite and perfect. How fun would it be to experience that, if possible?

Q: Is the nature of the universe such that it is filled with perfect beings doing nothing but expressing themselves in varying manners because they are merely curious?

A: I really sat with this one. I agree with the viewpoint of the question. Here’s what seems to be coming back at me: No, we are not merely curious (I have changed ‘them’ to ‘we’, eliminating the idea of a ‘separate group of people’ when we’re really discussing ourselves), we are incredibly joyous about our capabilities and are expressing them as a flower expresses its buds. It’s like a song, a chorus that is being sung. It’s not coming from an inquisitive viewpoint (what am I?) but an expressive viewpoint (This is who I am!). Now, that’s the point-of-view of the oversoul, outside Time and Space (and may even be the conscious viewpoint of others alive on earth, but generally not, I would say). When it comes to the particalized personalities focused within the dimension of Time and Space, this gets to be puzzling. I’m putting in quotes the next section, because I don’t believe it’s coming from me: “Your experiences contribute to this expression, but do to the nature of incarnation, ideas and beliefs surrounding separateness, Time, and Space, it creates a kind of confusion difficult to erase from the ideas you attach to your egos. There’s a fear you have about ‘losing yourself’ and your identity in such vastness, without realizing you are already part and parcel of All That Is, and there is nothing to fear. You, being a part of the infinite, are … infinite. You, in your terms, have access to it all because you are a part of it all. Again, within your framework, belief systems, and accepted ideologies, however.”

Q: And why do some choose such heart-wrenching and destructive experiences – some destroying physical matter to the point of utter annihilation? To do so indicates a complete lack of respect for anything in the physical realm – a virtual playground for perfect beings!

A: Another excellent question that I’ve wondered. However, let’s look at it from the point of view of being infinite. In that infinity, you cannot be destroyed, ruined, or less than perfect. Then – and this sounds alarming and ridiculous – then the destructive heart-wrenching experiences must have, on some level, a touch of that perfection (and dare I say, “joyous” perfection). And I know how ludicrous that sounds. But consider this: Particalized selves are like children, while the oversoul is the parent, breaking itself out into these “smaller units.” When a child is learning to walk, the parent knows he/she is going to fall down numerous times before finally getting it “right.” However, in simultaneous time, it’s already realized and fully fathomed, start to finish, and in all possible ways (left, right, up, down). Therefore, that which is perceived as “falling, heart-wrenching, and destructive” isn’t necessarily so, it is just a form of expression and experience. Those are just focused-on possibilities that were accepted within the consciousness of the individual being at that time and then real-ized within his/her chosen mode of experience. Those terms are also just definitions of how the experience was categorized based on individual reaction, and each person may react differently to a single stimuli or event.

Again, in quotes: “What it really is, is a form of creativity, and creativity is the nature of expression. Since the individual soul and oversoul are indestructive, eternal, and immortal, such actions may appear ‘destructive,’ but the reality is, they are simply another form of expression that moves the individual (or other individuals) into certain other areas of experience and creativity. Within the constructs of the ego-mind, going through them within the filters of Time and Space, it can get downright horrible, as you do afford yourselves the limited concepts of separation, which naturally breed these assumptions. Yet how many times have we seen people do things downright miraculous that they wouldn’t have achieved if something ‘terrible’ hadn’t happened to be the catalyst? It’s nothing more than an accepted model of expression. Some people choose to experience events positively from start-to-finish, others relish the joy of the ‘rags-to-riches.’ Another viewpoint: Knowing that you were infinite and indestructive, then what is the harm in experiencing a lifetime where others might perceive such existence as terrible? The reality is, you are infinite and indestructive, and such experiences are a form of creative expression. That you label them ‘bad, horrible, and destructive’ are by your choices, as you see them, from your current place within the frameworks you live in. That is acceptable, and is not being poo-poo’ed. However, such events are truly another form of creative, joyous expression, though you cannot see the ‘joy.’ However, if you were to see all Time and Space wiped away, and the experience wrapped up with everything else in your immense being, it provides that beautiful bass note in the choir of the angels.”

Destroying physical matter to the point of annihilation … Complete lack of respect for anything in the physical realm … If it is all expression, then the physical realm is just another expression. And if one is destroying it, then it is, in purpose, looking for expression in other ways. Is it disrespectful? Is it disrespectful for an artist who doesn’t like his painting on paper to tear up the paper and try it again on canvass? No, it is his expression. Now, if you’re concerned about the ramifications of the utter destruction affecting the lives of others, realize that all things are wrapped up, and those who ‘end up in the fire’ along with our hypothetical ‘bomber,’ on some level chose that as part of their experience. That may sound outlandish, until again you perceive that, within simultaneous Time and Space, you are immortal and indestructible, so there is no ‘death” - Just one experience of how to die (being blown up). Now, how many stories have you heard of premonitions before major disasters? These premonitions go to show that you, on some level, do receive possible avenues of egoic experience from the simultaneous Time field and either choose to experience them (on some level you may not be aware of) or not. Consider the notion that IF you were immortal and indestructible, then what about experiencing the ‘transition’ in the form of an explosion versus a drowning or heart attack? Again, in the field of all possibilities, why not? Simultaneously, in another self, you are already experiencing the heart attack, drowning, etc., anyway. You are fulfilling your infinite creative potentialities and experiencing them through the filters of Time and Space.

Yes, it is a virtual playground for perfect beings. ‘Virtual’ being the optimum term here. It is virtual in the sense that it is a form of inner expression being externalized, and isn’t a permanent form. It is a simultaneous form in chorus with other simultaneous forms, and is purely creative in both form and feeling. However, being focused in Time and Space, you experience it as you would focusing on a single dot within a field of dots that, when you step away, creates an image of Einstein. In other words, it’s all relative to your position of observation. This doesn’t make your emotions surrounding the events unimportant, for those, too, are part of the experience – a part of the infinite nature inherent within the ‘All That Is’ that you are. If you could experience all possibilities, then would you not also experience all that you could feel as well? Again, they are all creative expressions. Some people like the blues. Some people like jazz. A jazz artist might wish to ‘experience’ the blues, and vice versa.

“This is not to relegate a ‘blues’ life to that of an ‘assignment.’ Even a blues artist has the right to try a different style. Unfortunately, too often, you limit your minds with the illusion of separateness, and carry it to the next level of dreaming invisible walls and confine yourselves to your expression within those frameworks. Now, from a position of simultaneous Time and no-Space, it is still a joyous event – it provides a note to the overall song – however, if it is not to your liking, you can always change the tune of your instrument (life) and alter the melody of the music. In the end, it’s all perfect expression. There’s never a ‘sour note.’”

Q: Then to top it all off, being perfect thus places the oversoul in a spot of being equal to guides, master teachers, angels or other spiritual beings of light which we most often associate with as being 'higher' in some fashion or another. Have these beings simply chosen to no longer 'express' themselves in the physical? Why? Are they done and now serve to aide us? Then why offer aide at all if what we're experiencing is exactly what we've chosen to experience anyway? Surely our own perfect oversoul could then control the timely release of 'aha' moments or the recall of things we knew but forgot?

A: From my own conversation with my guides, my guides haven’t chosen to stop incarnating physically, for from a simultaneous Time point of view, they have simultaneous personalities existing concurrently that, if we were to introduce the prism of Time, we would say “It’s a future personality.” Now, there may be some guides that have chosen not to re-incarnate, but from the field of simultaneous Time, it was never RE-incarnation to begin with. It was multiples incarnations at once – it just so happens that a particular guide is one that has chosen to experience his life in a non-physical realm. However, they’re happening all at once.

The concept of ‘higher’ or ‘lower’ is a label, a label that one of my guides absolutely hates, because of the connotations. No one is really ‘higher’ or ‘lower’ than anyone else. They either choose to experience life from a certain viewpoint or ‘path’ (that’s really all a path is, a viewpoint or perceptual orientation). That is to say – and I think I might be getting this from one of my guides right now – a personality loves to experience things close and ‘dirty,’ so they keep blocked from their orientation the idea of simultaneous Time, and therefore choose to see themselves ‘die’ to the spiritual realm and ‘go down’ into the embryo of a newborn baby at a perceived ‘later time.’ The expression, the moments, are real creative energy being expressed. It is the chosen viewpoint, path, observation – what have you – that gives the nature of the experience its moment-after-moment reality. If you are eternal, immortal, outside Time and Space, then what’s the harm of playing joyously with those ‘toys’ and orientations? How often do you go into the movie theater and sit right along Luke Skywalker as if the experience on the screen were a real event? Why do you do it? Why do some people like horror movies? Right! The experience! And, if you can be the creator of experience – what JOY would that be? If all the world’s a stage, if all of it is simply a virtual multidimensional laboratory or theater, and you knew the window dressings and curtains were only props (but useful in expressing your limitless perfection) would you do it, or choose to sleep and do nothing? If you are alive and here, then you’ve chosen the former and not the latter.

Why offer to aide at all if what we’re experiencing is exactly what we’ve chosen to experience anyway? The answer I’m receiving is – it’s all wrapped up, so why not? For some, the creative expression is one of service. You cannot serve if there is no one willing to ask for help. See how this all ends up relating to one another? All perfection, All That Is, doing and being All It Is instantaneously – and finding JOY in doing it through the avenue of experience by becoming multiple “tools” of feeling, thinking, and expressing. (Yes, by golly, I just equated us to tools, because I couldn’t think of anything else. However, without our ‘tool-ness’ you might as well go to sleep and disappear, in terms of playing out your infinite being).

If all Time is simultaneous, then that means there really is no Time at all. There’s only Now – and it’s over before you know it. You can’t even grasp it. It is beyond mental grasping. In other words, a minute, a second, a nanosecond, DON’T EXIST, only a mental perception of something within the body of our experience exists, which we then label with a concept called “time.” Yet science has shown that from within a Now moment, we can affect and see both the “perceived past” and “perceived future,” but again, they do not exist and are “wrapped up” with the present, hence the term “simultaneous.” And wrapped up within that Now are all the possibilities and probabilities inherent within the entire universe, those that we would perceive as good, bad, and ugly. But what are they really? Creative expression. We just choose to get down and dirty with them. And in getting down and dirty, we truly experience the breadth of creativity – the whole point of our existence. Some may find it hard, difficult, others relaxed and joyous. In the end, it’s all happening at once, it’s experiencing infinity in that instantaneous expression. All possibilities. The breadth of the multidimensional soul. The light that is created once your remove the prism.

The only other alternative is to sleep without dreams. Hardly worthy of an infinite, perfect being.

So how does this serve you now? Hopefully it opens the possibility to your sense of infinite being, and that you have access to it. It is within your grasp. Hopefully it reveals a small light that says “you are a divine creator” and not a victim; that the power is yours.

Okay. My brain’s shot now. Thank you.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Simultaneous Time and Evolution

The other night I had dinner with some very good friends and the subject of simultaneous Time versus the concept of expansion and evolution came up. It gets kind of baffling when you consider the notion of evolution, or at the very least, the expansion of consciousness when you relate it to simultaneous Time (the Ever Spacious Present, what have you). It makes you wonder – doesn’t evolution follow a linear time scale, like an arrow? When we consider the expansion of consciousness, do we not perceive it as being something that has happened as a result of past events, or some kind of progression – and ‘progression’ relating to the concept of Time being linear?

With scientific results in the fields of quantum physics and consciousness research giving clear glimpses that Time is not one direction only – that the past and the future are indeed co-existing with the present – what does that posit about such ideas as evolution and expansion? The simultaneous Time concept indeed challenges us to consider new possibilities, thus opening up new doors and forcing us to re-examine some time-honored (pun intended) concepts and beliefs.

It says to me that whatever the “expanded” result is, whatever we would perceive as being “future-based” is actually already existing right alongside us in the Now moment that our ego – because of its filtering abilities – simply doesn’t acknowledge. This means the You that you are today was existing right alongside the You of 2 years-old in infancy; yet because of the ego’s filtering mechanisms in driving the nature of experience, you can’t focus on the You of 2-years old and the You of today (or even the You of tomorrow) without getting completely CARRIED AWAY WITH YOURSELF  Time, then, becomes a way of taking your incredible vastness of Being and filtering it in order to experience it and express it with a fine-toothed comb – like putting yourself underneath an electron microscope to enjoy each little bit of your glorious spirit. Perhaps even along the way, in order to experience the larger portions of your Self through the apparatus of the Ego (‘larger’ being a relative term that we have assigned – there really is no such thing as ‘larger’ or ‘smaller’) you will give yourself experiences that can be perceived as “lessons,” which will then give you greater ‘Ego-clarity’ about the nature of your abilities and expression – abilities and expressions that have always been there, but where simply hidden “beneath” Ego-consciousness.

Since we are creatures that love to live in a world of deep meaning, does it come as no surprise that we would do what we could to color our experiences with depth, with our own sense of personal (and sometimes collective) meaning? The only way to provide such depth would be to engage in acts that move us, both psychically (mentally and emotionally) as well as physically, and thus the need again for the prism of Time in the unraveling of our spirits.

We could look at our entire life – from birth to death – as a beam of white light. As we can break light down into its successive forms with a prism giving us a rainbow of colors, we break down our Beings through the prism we call “Time.”

How does this relate to the notion of “expansion” then? Perhaps it is simply an incorrect phrase. Is it really expansion, or just receiving more “clarity”? Perhaps the Ego-consciousness – that portion of your identity that is focused in three dimensional experience – simply took what was once a fuzzy, distorted feeling or concept and brought it into definition (clarity) which turned on the “Ah-Ha!” moment in the brain, linking up answers to several unfocused or fuzzed out questions. Haven’t you ever had an epiphany, that once you realized it, you also kind of felt that you had always known it, but you just never (in a sense) realized it? Yet because of the epiphany you felt you have expanded your consciousness? Perhaps what really happened was you DID know it in the totality of your being (completed), but hadn’t brought it into clarity within the Ego-consciousness – which is just a small portion of your Being which is filtered through the prism of Time.

It’s mind-boggling, isn’t it? You are a complete, total being, yet you have also “split yourself up” so to speak through the act of living life, and thus discovering (or rather, re-discovering) the intricacies of your magnificence, and along the way giving yourself deep, purposeful meaning.

Then this raises the question of free will. If all Time is simultaneous, where is free will? I think it’s still firmly intact. The Ego is only a small portion of your entire Being, so you can still experience anything you wish to somewhere within the vastness of your own consciousness, and because of the illusion of Time, somewhere in your being you DO experience everything simultaneously. Whether or not it’s something that gets brought up into Ego-consciousness and filtered into three dimensional experience could be an entirely different thing, however. It is only because of our preoccupation with Ego-experience (let’s face it, that’s where our focus is) that we tend to dismiss certain notions or ideas as not having much validity. Yet you just ask a psychologist or psychotherapist how much power a single buried and unobserved thought can have in affecting the course of a life, you can see that unexperienced physical events can still shape us and be a part of our psyche – that they still have volition, and hence a sense of Life and do affect us on multiple levels.

Somewhere, within the design of our Beings, we have an interplay going on within ourselves. We are an immense iceberg, yet we are really only paying attention to the tip that rises out of the water. However, that tip is still connected to the mass below, and in some way “calls up” what is existing concurrently below the water to spew out to the top – perhaps like a volcano – that we can then view, reflect, experience, and express. But in order to do that, to really give meaning to ourselves and that which we are bringing to the surface, we create a prism called “Time.”

Yes, at one time the part of you that existed above the water’s surface was 2-year old You, yet at the same time below the water existed 25-year-old You (with 25-Year-old psyche, belief systems, etc), and 65-year-old You (with 65-year-old psyche, belief systems, etc), but to fully appreciate and apply deep meaning, it must come to the surface through the prism of Time.

Think of it like this: If you were to look on your life from above, you would see yourself “spread out” from birth to Present. That’s ultimately just one dimensional. Kind of boring, don’t you think? Now, in order to apply meaning to yourself within that “cosmic smear” you would have to apply purpose, and purpose requires a diving into that which is spread out – to ignore or “diffuse” the vastness of it and somehow “break it down” into smaller portions – otherwise whatever meaning to be applied would more or less be too shallow or without much substance. Let’s face it, if you are All Things, then wouldn’t it be wonderful to experience just what All Things can be? To take that white light and break it down to experience it in all its wondrous varieties of color? Isn’t it that exuberance, that wonderful play of explosion that inspires us to the phrase “makes life worth living”? Perhaps this is the drive that gave rise to Ego-consciousness in the first place.

I think so.

Evolution and Expansion may be nothing more than greater clarity within the simultaneous Time existence of our Beings. Yet in order to fully appreciate such portions of our identities, we use Time to filter, provide meaning, to experience the vast MULTIDIMENSIONAL nature of our Souls in an intimate CLOSE-DIMENSIONAL framework.

In the end (or the beginning, take your pick), as I always say – You are a Perfect Being. Always have been, always will be. You’re simply experiencing your perfection one-piece-at-a-time.

Until next time …

(P.S. Now consider how all this applies to Past Lives and Reincarnation … Is your head spinning yet? Mine is!)

Saturday, September 4, 2010

The Anne Boleyn Experiment, Part 2

Since the initial experiment left me so intrigued, I decided to contact Anne again the next day. What could she tell me about life in the 1500's? About how things felt as she was experiencing them? Following is an abridged copy of my notes from the experience.


Based on the pieces of evidence from Saturday’s experiment, I wished to learn more about Anne’s existence -- Though I was lax on requiring the usual proof, as I felt such proof had already been declared from the initial experiment.

After reaching my standard meditation state, I again called her out by name. Within moments, her presence was again unmistakable (Once you meet somebody the first time through the psychic wavelength, their personality is easy to identify again). I thanked her for the information she gave me the night before and informed her I had validated the references she supplied. I told her I had more questions and asked if she would be willing to answer them. The feeling I had, as she didn’t “speak” it, was “Go ahead and ask.” I asked, for me, what was the obvious “Tell me about your life and what happened (to make it so horrible for you to be beheaded).”

In my mind were quick flashes -- visuals from the 1530’s, her time in the court. But more so than that, I also felt her onslaught of emotions and quickly pieced together what she was revealing. In some cases, I heard flashes of words (Holy crikey, I just realized I heard Anne Boleyn’s voice). At any rate, she revealed to me her desire in becoming Queen of England. She literally said “I had a fantasy.” Those were her words in my head. Meaning, she had this vision of what life must be like being Queen, so she did what she could to secure that. Unfortunately, when she became Queen, the life was not like she had hoped it to be. That is, reality conflicted with the fantasy. Her words were “Not that way.”

She showed me fingers acting like a puppet master. Then images of judges, courtiers, or other officials making policy. Coupled with this was intense emotion of trying to control outcomes. This was her way of showing me that in those moments of where she made policy, both political and religious, it was her way of trying to turn the unhappy reality into something hopefully resembling her fantasy. She was trying to “change” or “influence” the true court life of Queen Tudor into the fantasy she envisioned. I asked “What happened?” She replied by saying literally “It got out of hand.” Things got too complicated. Got bigger than she herself, to where it finally put her on the scaffolding. Things literally spiraled out of control.

Naturally, this landed me to my next question, albeit a bit morbid one: “What was it like being beheaded?”

She wasn’t willing to have me experience the exact moment, but she did put me up on the scaffolding with her. At that moment, I felt all the emotion – fear, relief, anxiety, wonder of the future – all swirling within me. The intensity was such that it was as if the whole of the world were spinning around me; no doubt a huge adrenalin rush that she must have felt knowing her time was at an end. She placed me down on my knees, which is how she was positioned, but then politely informed me “I will not have you go through the decapitation.”

But she was willing to express the seconds following. She showed me at first everything was pitch black, then the realization hit that even though her body was dead, she herself was still alive. She even remarked that there was “no stinging from the blade.” At that moment, I expected her to start reciting “zooming down a tunnel.” However, this is NOT what she described (another indication of the communication coming directly from her, not from my own consciousness). Instead, she showed visually the blackness dissipating into a white mist. It was as if there was no movement, no tunnel experience for her. She showed that this mist enveloped her, and filled her with such warmth and relaxation that it literally melted away her fear of what had just happened only seconds ago. After a few seconds, the mist grew brighter until she was standing “in a field of light.” In this field, she met a group of people. Upon seeing them, the look in their eyes “stole away any sense of wrong-doing or sin I felt I may have committed in my entire life, or were accused of.” Their looks alone, it seemed, healed her damaged spirit and restored her innocence as a being of Life.

She conveyed upon a few other things. She showed that she had “popped in” on her sister, Mary. Mary was not there at the execution, but Anne witnessed her sister’s anxiety on that day, knowing what was happening.

As always, whenever I make a connection to the departed, they have something more to give me than simply words about their existence. Anne was kind enough to give me the “feeling” of life back in the 1500’s … A life devoid of electricity and modern conveniences. There was a definite distinctiveness to the environment. She remarked that it was quite a chore to try and control a kingdom in a world that today would seem primitive in terms of technology and social graces – as if someone from our era could hop back into a time machine and take control more easily because of our “advanced knowledge from the future.” But even so, though the “modern life” of the 1530’s saw no light bulb, no recorded music, no television, microwave oven, or cell phones, she was clear to say “we could feel these advances within us.” That is, no matter what time period one lives in, they are being driven by the ultimate fulfillment of the race. Even today, we are driven by what we must know on some level to be the advances of the next generations, though we may not have any idea what they are. Anne said “we were aware (at that time) within our souls the magnificence of our beings, and as you are today, that awareness (though not clearly defined) drives us as a species to become greater and greater with each passing generation.”

It has been a rare honor to converse with the former Queen. I look forward to meeting her again when my time comes to hit the Other Side.