Tuesday, September 9, 2014


From wonder into wonder, existence opens.

Lao-Tzu, the founder of Taoism, wrote that thought over twenty-five hundred years ago. There is some speculation that Lao-Tzu was not just one man, but a group of men. Those men wrote the Tao Te Ching. The true Lao-Tzu may be a Chinese myth, but the truth written in the Tao is truth enough. Taoists believe Lao-Tzu is a man and a god, who understood the nature of the psyche in ways we don’t accept.

Our consciousness is a complicated, coded system rooted in light values or frequencies we don’t understand. Every form of consciousness has a different code system, and every form of consciousness operates on one or more frequencies. Our psyche is the supernatural radio. That radio picks up different frequencies. Our conscious identity is just one signal on one station in that radio. The frequency we use creates our viewpoint about reality. At times, we tune into other stations, but those signals may be weak due to the strong signal we receive from our belief system. Our belief system is a product of our frequency.

When we begin to open our belief system, wonder takes over. The psyche instigates wonder. Wonder is the ability to search for stations already known, but muffled by our viewpoint. Once we accept the wonder as a tool, we fall into the wonder, and it becomes a method to change our frequency. Other existences begin to make sense because the psyche adds a connection, which becomes another station. The psyche is always adding new connections and stations. From the wonder comes the awareness of multidimensional frequencies.

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