“When the potentials of the opposites are too far removed from equality, then will union cease.” —Walter Russell THE UNIVERSAL ONE
IN THE IMPLICATE ORDER OF HEAVEN, which is where we serve our Creator as functional co-creators, like attracts like. Love attracts love. In this electric negative triune world of creation, a positive electric charge of lower potential is attracted to a positive charge of greater positive preponderance in order to find its maximum potential and equilibrium.
According to The Universal Law of One, positives are attracted toward positives of a higher potential and fuse as the lower potential positive unit increases it’s potential and equalizes with the higher potential of the stronger positive. The two then become one as the lower potential positive is consumed by the higher.
This is not congruent with what we were taught in high school science. We were taught that a positive repels a positive and attracts a negative. We had bar magnets to demonstrate this axiom. Well, it ain’t so, according to Walter Russell, who demonstrates in THE UNIVERSAL ONE how a positive charge attracts positives and a negative discharge repels both positive and negative charges. Let’s apply this at a pragmatic level.
As humans beings, we seek a higher potential of awareness of who we are, of knowing the truth of ourSelves, our transcendent being, our greater divine Self. As our greater divine Self, radiant incarnate beings that we are, we are attracted toward beings of higher positive preponderance in order to fulfill our own maximum positive potential and equilibrium as human beings. This is why we are attracted to spiritual gurus and teachers — not to put positive potential into us but to draw it forth from within us. In a word, to realize our own potential.
This is also what draws human beings to religion. We seek an increase in our experience of Spirit, of spiritual power and awareness, of joy, of peace and happiness; ultimately in our connection with God, the Positive One of all positives. Religion doesn’t put power, joy, peace and happiness into our hearts. Being still and prayerful during an hour-long worship service provides the quiet conditions within us that allows these gifts of the Spirit to emerge from within us into our hearts, minds and body temples.
What we seek at a core level is life eternal . . . only to be told by our priest or preacher that we have to die in order to obtain it. This is, of courses, an untruth . . . and a deceptive redaction of sacred scripture, of the teaching of the Christ incarnate in Jesus: “The kingdom of heaven is within you and all around you.” Repent, turn around, and behold it! We can’t behold it unless we are aware of being in it ourselves, and rejoicing to be in it. We can come into a greater awareness of the Kingdom of Heaven in which we are now present — NOW, while we are incarnate. It only requires an elevation of our consciousness to a level above the animalistic physical realm to which human consciousness has fallen. We are not creatures. We are creators seeking our maximum potential of creative power and equilibrium with our Creator in order to be worthy co-creators with God. We are love attracted to Love.
In human relations, this principle is the dynamic of attraction at work between men and women, men and men, women and women. It’s the sex principle operating in and through all creating units in this creating Universe. Returning to the phrase at the top: “When the potentials of the opposites are too far removed from equality, then will union cease.” The converse is implied: When the potentials of the opposites are equal, then union is possible and compelling. I will develop this further in my next post, as it’s a thought-process interrupting perspective.
RISE UP AND COME AWAY
I am reminded of a passage in Revelation (18:4) “Come out of her my people, and be not partakers of her iniquity.” This entire chapter and the one preceding it describe the world and the human state of today. I encourage you to read it, if only to increase your motivation to come completely out of the world . . . but only in your heart, your mind and particularly your consciousness. Not physically.
I am reminded of another more uplifting passage from the Song of Solomon. Enjoy it being sung by a choir as you read it.
“My beloved spake, and said unto me, Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away. For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land; The fig tree putteth forth her green figs, and the vines with the tender grape give a good smell. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away.” [Song of Solomon 2:10-13]
Here in the South our winter is just around the corner from Autumn now dawning. So why am I quoting Solomon’s Song of Songs that sings of winter as past? The winter I speak of is the “winter of our discontent,” as Shakespeare has Richard III bemoaning his plight. The human race is in the winter of its discontent over its self-created existential plight.
BEING MORE FULLY HERE AND NOW
While doing an internet search for the full biblical text of the Song of Solomon, I was pleasantly surprised to find this meditation by John Gray, a dear friend who himself is a light in the darkness for many who are drawn to his shining. I excerpted these closing thoughts of his meditation and will use it as grounding for this post:
Rise up. It is our consciousness that rises; our feet stay on the ground. Rising up doesn’t mean leaving; it means being more fully here. The beloved within speaks to “my love, my fair one”— to my mind and heart—and says, “rise up.” This same message is contained in words of the psalm, “Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lifted up… and the King of glory shall come in.” [Psalm 24:7] The seat of experienced spiritual identity rises, is lifted up. Our understanding, symbolized by our feet, stays firmly on the ground and our awareness ascends to accommodate heaven. We stand and walk, upright. We are angels on earth.
In the rising up, our minds and hearts are cleansed, purified and restored. Response to the command rise up comes first; the making new of heart and mind occurs as a result of that. It is clearer to me than ever that purification is not a matter of dealing with the impure, trying to face it, to fight it, or to somehow scrub it out. No, that’s diving down where we don’t belong. There’s nothing to be gained and all to be lost by going into that bottomless pit. That’s the fall again.
Things come up to be seen and met in us all the time, for sure. But let’s let them come up to us. On their way up they’re cleansed and purified, or they’re cast out. Let the creative process do the sorting! Let’s not be deceived into getting upset or doing battle with an adversary or thinking we have to fix things. That’s not what our hearts and minds are for; they’re not designed to be battlegrounds. Rise up and come away and stay away from all that, and be in the holy realm where all is already forever pure.
Then, behold I make all things new! Life is not difficult; it’s wondrous and truly magical. The God of peace is with us.“
I think that I will leave you to ponder John’s words. I welcome your thoughts and insights. Until my next post,
Be love. Be loved.