Friday, June 14, 2019

Fourth-Dimensional Realism

You Are The Secret Of God’s Secret

You Are The Mirror Of Divine Beauty

Everything In The Universe Is Within You

Ask All From Yourself

The One At Whom You Are Looking Is

Also You

Rumi

The Secret Of God’s Secret communicates with us through the electromagnetic impulses we receive from our inner personality. This two-way communication device needs no equipment, and it only needs service when our physical personality encounters self-induced egotistical brain farts that cloud our connection to our inner personality. While we are in this cloud, we find ourselves in a physical world of exquisite beauty, incredible challenges, and the physical as well as mental roots of genetics. It is a magical mixture of consciousness.

Religion teaches us we’re children of God without explaining what this God is. They say he’s the all of everything and he watches over all of us in some display of superhero divinity. That’s a good story. And in a fairytale kind of way, the story explains God without explaining him.

Religious stories point out we are small aspects of the God we worship. That means we actually worship a part of us that doesn’t need worshipping. All parts of us desire awareness, not worship. There is no separation between our consciousness in our three-dimensional world and our consciousness that is aware of fourth-dimensional realism.

Just like the trees, we participate in the expansion of our consciousness in our own way in order to physically feel the awareness in these self-designed bodies. The inner personality aspect of us created our physical body just like the roots of trees create and express the inner personality of their roots.

Our inner personality is an aspect of our form of consciousness. We call this action of energy “the mind” or “the soul.” They are words to describe what religion calls our spirit. Our spirit is the inner part of our outer personality, or what I call our inner personality in my new novel screenplay, Pine Cone Pandemic With Acorn Dressing.

In Pine Cone Pandemic, the main characters find the answers to some of the questions religion and history don’t answer about why we experience this reality and who we really are. The characters develop their ability to interact with the consciousness of pine trees. And from those interactions, the group begins to understand who they are, and why they are in this reality using an individual reality to experience it.

The consciousness of consciousness expresses itself in its self. All expressions are aspects of God’s consciousness. We communicate and express ourselves using our inner personality when we face a monumental mental challenge or when we discover we are the creators of our reality. When we discover the only way to find a way through the mental pain is to look within, we find our fourth-dimensional realism. Within us are multi-dimensional layers of consciousness overflowing with non-physical wisdom.

When we allow our physical personality to allow and appreciate the abundant scents of wisdom within our inner personality’s fourth-dimensional realism, we become intentional creators.

Monday, May 13, 2019

The Other Side Of Us

Narcissus vanished. All that remained was the fragrance of his beauty - constant and sweet, the scent of heliotrope. His task was only to behold himself. Whatever emanated from him he loved back into himself. He no longer drifted in the open wind, but enclosed himself in a narrowing circle and there, in its grip, he extinguished himself.

Rainer Maria Rilke, the early 20th- century German poet, uses his inner personality to express the bridge between our physical and inner personality. Poetry is the expression of our inner personality, and Rilke’s physical personality mastered that expression. The Rilke poem above came from the Uncollected Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke A Year With Rilke by Joanna Macy & Anita Barrows.

In my new novel screenplay, Pine Cone Pandemic With Acorn Dressing, people connect with their inner personality through their interaction with seven pine trees and three oak trees. In the book, “inner personality” is synonymous with “the soul.”

“Soul” is the word religion uses to describe the part of us that exists in other versions of reality. Our souls are subject to abuse, according to Western religious teachings. We abuse our soul when we break religious rules. Religion sentences our soul to eons of fiery punishment if some of our physical experiences trash those rules.

Everything is consciousness. And every expression of energy including the expressions of the Earth and the Universe are forms of consciousness. There are different energy levels and different expressions of energy within those levels, but we don’t call them that. Our energy is on the same frequency as the consciousness we call God. But God’s on a different wavelength within that frequency. Our wave tends to ignore the inner self. It’s like being on a fuzzy-sounding radio station. But our connection to God is always intact. It is fuzzy-sounding in parts, but the original connection never goes away.

As long as people feel disconnected, they will believe they owe God something for experiencing thoughts, emotions, and desires in order to physically experience them. Fuzzy-sounding God connections create the dis-remembering. We forget we came here to experience our thoughts and emotions and to expand our consciousness, and the consciousness we call God. Like the oceans, consciousness or the action of energy takes on many forms and contains countless aspects of consciousness that experience physical life in their own way.

Our inner personality exists in an expanding ocean of awareness. That awareness is always available and able to jump the psychological road blocks our egos put up. Our inner personality helps us get as much awareness as we allow our egos to give us in this physical reality. Our decisions build the foundation for our expanding awareness.

Those decisions may be fear-coated-ego-choices that don’t work out the way we expect. But we expand from the pain within those kinds of choices. When we build a bridge between our physical ego-based personality and our inner energy personality, the pain dissipates and remembering begins.

Everything in our reality is a form of consciousness. Other living forms may not express their physical consciousness in the same way. But the desire to expand in consciousness is why they exist physically. Expanding in awareness is an attribute of all consciousness.

Monday, April 8, 2019

Our Non-Physical Energy Personality

Believe you are the non-physical personality you are. Your non-physical personality is unlimited by design. Your inner personality was born into flesh to materialize the great spontaneity and joy of consciousness.

That’s three lines from my new Novel Screenplay, “Pine Cine Pandemic With Acorn Dressing.” We rarely think about the non-physical part of us unless we’re in church wondering where our soul will end up when we take our last breath. Going to church helps people connect to what religion calls our “soul.”

Religions separate the soul from the physical part of us. The soul seems to take a beating if we don’t follow the physical rules of our religions. If we beat up our soul hard enough through various choices that didn’t end well, religions tell us we have to pay for all our ill-deeds and thoughts. Instead of achieving eternal bliss, our souls burn in the fire of un-forgiveness.

Western religions knew threatening people with Medieval soul punishment was enough to make religions rule the planet. Religions like to make the rules so we can save our soul. Even though our soul doesn’t need saving.

Western religions don’t change much. They say God sits somewhere else and our soul is subject to different levels of punishment. That thought process activates the fear that runs through our genes. Fear of judgment, separation, power, and saving our soul are all part of our genetic history. And religions help reinforce those fears.

If our soul is hanging out there in non-physical space waiting for religion’s verdict, we feel disconnected. We are not in charge of what our soul will do when the physical part of our consciousness decides to move on. Religions decided to give our souls a minor but painful role in our physical experience.

When we allow religions to dissect us and then inject us with so much fear, we can’t focus on what and how we create. We look at ourselves as searchers waiting for something outside of our self to save us from the fear we learned to embrace.

Believing we are separate from what religion calls “the soul,” is like believing the world is flat. Our soul is who we are, and we are what our soul is. There is no separation. We are multi-dimensional energy personalities who function in more than one reality at the same time.

I like to call my ego and all the dressing I put on my ego over the decades, my physical personality. And I call the non-physical soul part of me, my inner personality. Both personalities are aware of each other because they both are part of my consciousness. My consciousness is the action of the energy I express both physically and non-physically.

Our physical and inner energy personality are aspects of what Western religions call God. My inner personality is part of a vast ocean of energy, in a drop of the ocean of a consciousness that expands as we expand. That inner part of our consciousness is unlimited by design.

The ego has the ability to tune out the inner personality and make its own choices. It’s that free will thing religions talk about. Some of those ego choices turn into hard lessons we came here to learn.

The inner personality part of us doesn’t judge the other part for doing what we are here to do. We experience our physical reality and mass reality to expand our consciousness. Energy is always in motion here and throughout the universe.

We are unlimited by design. We can produce miracles and conquer mind-altering challenges. The ancient Eastern sages knew the best way to experience this physical reality is to form a mental bridge between our endless inner personality and our physical personality. We form that bridge by allowing, appreciating, and abundantly accepting the fact we are responsible for what we experience.

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

The Gift Of Diversity

Peace Flies Through The Smiles Of Blindness

And Lands On The Face Of Understanding

Where We Accept The Gift Of Diversity.

Monday, October 8, 2018

Ropes Of Sand

In dealing with the State, we ought to remember that its institutions are not aboriginal, though they existed before we were born: that they are not superior to the citizen: that every one of them was once the act of a single man: every law and usage was a man's expedient to meet a particular case: that they all are imitable, all alterable; we may make as good; we may make better.

Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote those thoughts in the 1840s. Emerson believed self-government was the best way for individuals to set up a fair, effective, and proper social organization.

Our politics rest on important beliefs. Politics sits on a bed of core beliefs. But the ropes of sand that sway in the fairytale accomplishments of our elected leaders taint our core beliefs. Our leaders depend on their physical personality instead of their inner personality to govern. These physical-only personality ropes of sand turn mindful individuals into conniving shrews. Individual beliefs about the nature of the sand and foundation from the shrews continue to create cracks in our core beliefs.

Politics is the expression of our own cultivation. We birth, protect, and make it part of who we are. In other words, we stamp our portrait on our politics. Our politics become what we think and believe. No matter which way our politicians throw those ropes of sand, we grab and then embrace them as truth.

Everyone has a theory and a truth they want to experience through their politics. Politics defines us a nation, and it molds us as individuals. We know we’re right to hold on to those ropes of sand even though they disintegrate when the cold water of physical personality feuding for right freezes them into rocks. Those rocks cut into the core beliefs that gave them life.

The portrait we embedded into our politics is our currency. We use it to gain power, control, and wealth. We use it at the expense of other individuals who have different beliefs. Over time, our portrait becomes unrecognizable. It fades in the sand of frustration because politicians believe “just is equal, not equal is just.”

All the follies, fabrications, and injustices in our politics pull our portraits apart. We are fragmented forms of energy that function in misconceptions, miscommunication, lies, and social unrest. And when our portraits disappear, our beliefs change, and we reinvent our portraits. Those portraits become the political flavor of the day. And our portrait's religion is the consecrated monarch. Monarchical ideas are an inherent quality in politics because corruption lurks under their gracious crowns.

Every politician has a gold mine of corruption running thru his politics. The personality of politics is corrupt. But the innate inner attributes within our physical personality will project and exercise the proper energy to extinguish that corruption. Our beliefs may change, but they are always part of our consciousness.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Beliefs Build And Protect Lies

Telling a lie is an act with a sharp focus. It is designed to insert a particular falsehood at a specific point in a set or system of beliefs, in order to avoid the consequences of having that point occupied by the truth. This requires a degree of craftsmanship, in which the teller of the lie submits to objective constraints imposed by what he takes to be the truth. The liar is inescapably concerned with truth-values. In order to invent a lie at all, he must think he knows what is true. And in order to invent an effective lie, he must design his falsehood under the guidance of that truth.

On the other hand, a person who undertakes to bullshit his way through has much more freedom. His focus is panoramic rather than particular. He does not limit himself to inserting a certain falsehood at a specific point, and thus he is not constrained by the truths surrounding that point or intersecting it. He is prepared to fake the context as well, so far as need requires.


Princeton University’s Professor Harry Frankfurt wrote those thoughts in his book, On Bullshit. Frankfurt does a good job explaining the difference between lying and common bullshit. We find ourselves in a world where liars and bullshit artists become political rock stars. The inequity that exists in a capitalistic society give these modern-day bandits the ammunition they need to keep the lies coming.

Beliefs have salient features. And one of those features is they erode through the years. Beliefs are a combination of old as well as new thoughts, so they are always vulnerable when a new thought arrives. So if a fashionable societal belief doesn’t fit into a person’s perception of the world they live in at a particular moment, they create fresh beliefs from the old social beliefs. And the tweaks become lies.

Beliefs act like invisible cells. They build perceptions and choices to protect the lies. The liar lives in the glory of his tweaked beliefs. The liar becomes the truthful one in his world of perceptions. If others don’t agree with the liar’s perceptions, they become the liars.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

The Screaming Silence Of Consciousness

There is always a certain meanness in the argument of conservatism, joined with a certain superiority in its fact. It affirms because it holds. Its fingers clutch the fact, and it will not open its eyes to see a better fact.

Conservatism is more candid to behold another's worth; reform more disposed to maintain and increase its own. Conservatism makes no poetry, breathes no prayer, has no invention; it is all memory. Conservatism never puts the foot forward; in the hour when it does that, it is not establishment, but reform. Conservatism tends to universal seeming and treachery. Conservatism believes in a negative fate and believes that men's temper governs them.


That stunning and accurate description of conservatism comes from an 1841 Ralph Waldo Emerson lecture at the Masonic Temple in Boston. Emerson knew we would find ourselves dangling by our ethics while we try to understand the reason for conservative separatism in this age of technological unity. Obviously, the same sort of conservative political upheaval was the unsweetened flavor of the day when Emerson wrote those words. He also knew politicians form groups that generate the same sort of perceptions. Each person in a political group perceives personal and group superiority in some way, and they use the legal system to justify their perceptions. Card players like to call that “shuffling the deck, so the house wins.”

There’s an objective social breakdown in the works. Personal subjectivity dwells under the rocks of judgmental edicts, and laws that serve the lawyers, not the people. Politicians and lawyers are so separated from their own subjectivity, they act like the blind elephants and he-hawing donkeys who carry a broken system into the bowels of moral and ethical behavior. And these political superstars bask in the excrement of their unjust creations, and they call those creations, “justice.” The lack of caring, respect, and sensitivity that turns the political frontier into a wild west showdown severs the invisible tentacles of interconnectedness and a social separation occurs. The separation allows our so-called dedicated leaders to create their own form of caring, respect, and sensitivity. And it is all one-sided. Political servitude and upper-class invincibility is the social system of an ego-driven leadership.

The degree of separation in conservative politicians and the complete lack of creativity in the way liberals vow to reform the system reflect and complement each other. Both parties are from another time and place. Both parties want reform that conforms to their concept of caring, respect, and sensitivity. But reform without true interconnectivity is not reform.

Society lives in an ineffective, uneducated dark hole where egotistical warmongers and legal bandits raise the flag of righteousness and glory in the name of all that’s right and just. The dark hole of human indignity continues to flat-line under selective human rights and the misinterpretation of constitutional privileges. The stench of untruths gives society a foul sense of worth. And a devious attitude toward the financially enriched legal dealers that continues to deliver aces to the political nobles. And jokers to the people they serve.

But the screaming silence of consciousness is riding a wave of energy. And that wave is raising the awareness frequency level of the energy that supports it. Personal connectivity produces strong political candidates. Strong political candidates who know the all of everything is in the thoughtful integrity that honors the rights of all forms of life. Emerson describe a strong political person this way:

A strong person makes the law and custom null before his own will. Then the principle of love and truth reappears in the strictest courts of fashion and property. Under the richest robes, in the darlings of the selectest circles of European or American aristocracy, the strong heart will beat with love of mankind, with impatience of accidental distinctions, with the desire to achieve its own fate, and make every ornament it wears authentic and real.