Sunday, September 6, 2009

Non-Being

In the beginning this world was merely non-being. It was existent. It developed. It turned into an egg. It lay for a period of one year. The shell of the cosmic egg is the world frame of space, while the fertile seed power within typifies the inexhaustible life dynamics of nature.

Those thoughts come from the Hindu text Chandogya Upanishad, which is the ancient source of fundamental Vedanta philosophy. The beginning as we understand it is an assortment of myths and fables that resemble a fairy tale depending on the different beliefs that are rooted in every culture since the spoken and written word became the accepted communication vehicle. Before words telepathy was used to express the suchness of life, so the meaning was not distorted by metaphors and assumptions. Telepathy is an inner sense that identifies and expresses truth without associations and judgments. The inner senses are firmly connected to another self that express meaning through electrical and mental enzymes. The ability to tap into this constant flow of consciousness is becoming more apparent as awareness lifts the veil of separation from the ego.

There are endless stories about ancient civilizations that used the inner senses to utilize sophisticated medical technology, astral travel experiences and physical manifestations to experience. Those stories are realities that are occurring simultaneously with this focused reality and can be experienced through thought.

Ancient texts in all cultures explain extraordinary talents and accomplishments which do have a mythological tone to them, but they are also rooted in truth. The truth that the world is composed of non-being awareness is beginning to make sense to our ego. Awareness is the beginning and is not rooted in terms like start and finish; it is the physical manifestation of different qualities of consciousness.

Physical life is a cycle of non-being. This moment of now is filled with that non-being. Inner senses converge using chemical and electrical enzymes to activate channels in the brain that mainfest our projections.

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