Posts Tagged ‘reality’

Connecting with Other Intelligence

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

We’re not alone in the cosmos; my reality assures me of that.  A paradigm shift is churning, one we can choose to be ready for or to ignore until denial falls under certain change.

It’s not like we haven’t been here before, though….

Evidence suggests that inter-intelligence encounters have been considered a part of normal reality, perhaps because states of mind conducive to encounters have also been part of normal reality.  Some cultures still honour and preserve their ancestral heritage, without a bias against phenomena that is too often derisively labelled “paranormal.”

We would be wise, I say, to embrace contact, especially now when we have both the opportunity and the necessity to transform from an planet-based to a galactic civilisation.  While the industrialised world’s ubiquitous chemical pollutants, electromagnetic interference, and rampant rage of all denominations won’t stop the encounters, neither will they provide a positive context for contact.

The sharing of consciousness is easier during altered states such as meditative trance, sleep, and shamanic ecstasy.  Empaths tend to attract the attention of non-human intelligence (a link which I’ll discuss more in an upcoming post).  I believe that’s because certain brainwaves related to each of the mentioned states provide a welcome interface or platform for interaction.

Anyone who desires fearless interaction with other intelligence can and should prepare themselves for it.  Having identified key barriers as well as enablers to contact, I would advise taking steps as soon as possible to do what you can to thoughtfully initiate contact.  Perhaps this means leaving the city to exist peacefully in nature, even if the move is temporary.  Or maybe it’s a stroll through the park on Sunday morning.

Whatever it is, make it happen.  Center yourself in the cosmos and give yourself some space.


Aquifer of Consciousness

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

Dreams are a form of subjective reality.

Your reality and mine are unique.  Although we’re likely to agree on most objective facts, our subjective realities may be infinitely divergent.  Regardless of personal philosophy – apart from, say, believing we live in an entirely pre-programmed universe, which is within the realm of possibility (i.e., show me it’s not) – we would probably agree that reality is malleable.

So how are we to know the true nature of reality?  We know reality through our consciousness.  While I may personally entertain the idea that everything – from the smallest particles to the largest coalescence – has the capacity for consciousness, here I’ll reflect on human consciousness primarily.  And to refine the concept further, I’ll define basic consciousness as “awareness of the here and now.”

Our individual reality is comprised of both objective “fact” (e.g., the sun appears in the east each morning) and subjective experience (e.g., I have interacted with extraterrestrials).  Subjective experience gives us “awareness of the here and now,” and in this way there is no pervasive objective reality in the realm of individual consciousness.

Differences in the perception of reality are based on our exact perspective from our position in space.  Our awareness is more sharply focused by our unique quantum arrangement – a filtering system for experience.  Each conscious being maintains a virtual aquifer of consciousness, which is its primary source of insight, intuition, and knowledge.  Like limestone through which water passes, our consciousness is recycling everything it encounters, discarding the extraneous and keeping that which makes sense.