Friday, March 13, 2015

Finishing the spiritual job

For most of the last 55 years I have been gradually learning about what is commonly known as the spiritual and supernatural. Technically it is a black and white issue. It is either all real or none of it. Therefore as I have experienced seeing auras and energy, clairvoyance, higher mental and physical states, feeling energy, contact with other beings in dreams (as they gave me information and music I would not be able to find myself otherwise), and synchronicity so far beyond the level of chance it is clearly real, then having seen the door occasionally open a crack, there must be an entire infinite system behind it.

That is my next mission. To take the known information I already have and extend it to its totality. There is an ultimate reality, where there is a single consciousness, capable of knowing and creating everything, we are a small section of it which can directly contact the remainder, which we often do without realising it when we know something without having seen it directly, or are given some added creative abilities. I aim to open that door now and keep it permanently open, ultimately meaning the mystery of what happens after death also becomes known, as well as seeing through the illusion of linear time. Quantum physics confirms most of this now as well, so it is only a matter of readjusting our awareness to the totality from the narrow band we are normally aware of.

I am initially learning this for my own satisfaction, certain clues and questions have to become answered, but of course the by product of such discoveries would mean it would be wasted keeping to myself. You cannot show people much of this directly, much requires a raising of your senses to be aware of it personally, and there is no direct way to do this otherwise we would all have learnt it already. So teaching things you cannot demonstrate directly is a doubly tough task, but if it ever happens will go ahead as you can't waste any added information as it will point people in a new direction to find out themselves if nothing more.

Plenty of people throughout history have already taught these, they underlie every religion and esoteric system, yet 99.9r%  of all people have little or no knowledge of any of it, besides the rare times the door opens for them, and most will then dismiss it as coincidence or a fluke. If it happens all the time, as some do now to me, then they must accept there is more to the world than the basic 3D they thought and will explore further, but ultimately most get as far as the first or second steps and few get any further. I aim to extend the tiny islands of awakening to join together continuously, and raise my own awareness to a point I have seen the slightest small opening of as to know it exists in the first place. The last piece in this jigsaw is belief. Open minds see more than closed ones, if you're not expecting something to be real you will tend to dismiss and ignore it if it happens. First you must accept anything can happen, and then as a result everything can happen. Then your mental blocks are released, and by default more 'weird stuff' will start to occur simply as you've allowed it to. Then if you learn to control the opening then you will begin to open your senses more and more directly.

I was given a mission I could not avoid. I have to know certain things are real or not. The clues imply they are otherwise I wouldn't have continued, and one scientific experiment confirms this as a start, the split screen experiment. Where a beam of particles is sent through a split screen then half go one side and the others the other as you would expect. But if you keep filming and stop watching it they become biased to one side. That is not possible in science alone, but to only do it when people who expect it not to happen stop doing so proves our awareness directly affects our reality. And it can't accept it there and nowhere else, it must therefore affect it all. Returning to my original observation. Some can't only be real, either none of it is or all of it. I have no memory before I was born, although some do, but it doesn't mean I wasn't alive, we can't remember before a certain point of our lives either but we know for certain we were alive then. There's another paradox to work through to its conclusion. If you can recover the known blocks in your memory (which you can to some extent) then they presumably could cover any unknown parts of our existence which are equally blank now but assumed not to exist simply as we have no physical evidence to back them up. The clues point to my preferred outcome, now I must get the bullet and the person who fired the gun.

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