January 23, 2015 9:00 AM
[Some scientists now] propose that dark matter is a sort of “extra dimension” woven into space-time.
Sounds like HDI to me (HDI = Higher Dimensional Interaction).
A wormhole would open up the possibility of interstellar travel and that got me thinking that if I lived on an alien world somewhere and visiting Earthlings showed up and were transparent and truthful about their civilization… well, I think I’d put up a “No Trespassing” sign and wouldn’t allow them to land.
Cut my head off because I think differently than you do? No thanks. You guys are barbarians. Please move along.
When it comes to interactions with others, it seems to me the lack of transparency only benefits the seller—the one who wants something from you. It’s to their benefit to hide negative information at the cost of your detriment.
Would the American Indians have welcomed the Europeans if they knew how poorly the Europeans treated their neighbors back home? Somehow I doubt it.
That lack of transparency by the Europeans (the sellers) cost the American Indians gravely—it cost them their lives.
Seems to me today’s spiritual seeker is unknowingly in a similar situation. It might not cost the student their life, but since the quest for enlightenment can take decades of practice, the teacher they select may be their only shot at awakening. Is what they are being sold—the lifestyle of their teacher—the complete and transparent truth about that lifestyle? Is it the whole truth?
I may be a Mystic, but I’m a rational one. Give me evidence—transparency—any day.
January 23, 2015 3:06 PM
I sat in the mall and just watched. Soon, in a way much like Neo experiences the Matrix, I could see all the people, strolling along and shopping, as patterns moving around inside the vast ocean of Light.
The archetypes bend their minds and their minds bend the Light and the Light—bent and contracted— coalesces as a person.
Life is beautiful when seen this way.
It’s all Love. It’s all Light. It’s all Divine.
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