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A Nuclear Community Part 3

 

Light Divine, the Great Creator of the Universe

What does one do while waiting for a hurricane to make land in the next few hours? Well, one can blog! So I will start composing my next blog post. 

In the first two installments of this series, I detailed the anatomy and functional dynamics of the atom, indicating that it is a microcosmic model of creative relationships in true community, and suggesting that we might learn from this model in growing our communities as the New World of another Golden Age dawns. 

I made the statement in the first post of this series that everything in the Universe orbits around a positive center of some kind, from the microcosm of the atomic world to the macrocosm of stars, galaxies and solar systems.  Even the man-made world, with its many and diverse cultures and communities, revolves around an organizing and controlling hub comprised of various belief systems, traditions and, most prevalently, financial economic systems.

In the Eastern cultures, religious beliefs and tradition are at the center of community life.  In the Western civilized world, a capitalistic economy powers the hub of human affairs.  Capitalism—where money markets and market transactions control the economies of nations—shapes and dominates community life in many countries besides the USA.  The most prominent ones are Canada, Chile, Germany, The UK, Japan, South Korea, Bangladesh. The most economical free capitalist countries are Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Switzerland.  Some of the poorest capitalist countries are DR Congo, Mozambique, Uganda, Tajikistan, the Yemen, Haiti, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan.  Ironically, capitalism is the root cause of poverty.  

The simple fact is, the creation of poverty is a product of our economic system. It is a necessary by-product of capitalism. It flows from the internal workings of the system, which allows a few rich owners of vast capital to extract the labor of its workers for a pittance. (Quora.com)

I feel fairly confident in saying that the economics of money is what powers the hub around which the wheel of human civilization revolves—and understandably so.  Money, after all, is a symbol for life.  It’s a substitute for life energy itself.  It’s our contrived artificial means of connecting with the world of resource and sustenance, and with one another . . . even Mother Nature’s Cornucopia. You can’t get out of the grocery store with a basket of groceries without handing over the “fare of the land.” Now days that’s a plastic card . . . and that brings up another aspect of our monetary system, which is no longer backed by gold but by debt. 

The money we owe credit card companies, mortgage lenders and banks in exchange for goods, services and housing is the tarnished “gold standard” upon which our economy is based . . . and it’s nothing but numbers in a computer, in virtual space. In other words, it doesn’t exist in real time and space.  Well, for that matter, neither does gold and silver.  It’s all an illusion made up of swirling vortices of atomic energy.  Like it or not, aware of it or not, we live and function in a nuclear community—mostly unaware.  There is no other way for anything to work and function in an orderly fashion except by the natural laws governing the atomic community.  All things in the universe orbit around a positive center of some kind.  

So, why not just drop the symbol of life energy in exchange for Life itself, for the thing represented by the symbol of money?  We don’t really need the symbol when the Essence behind the symbol is freely available to us. Life itself can be the essential basis upon which we build our communities and function within them . . . ABUNDANTLY! WITH NO RESTRICITON OR DEBT!  We simply share our life energy with one another, along with the fruits of our labors of love.  We don’t need money to care for ourselves, for one another and for our planet.  We simply need one another. 

The problem has been our ex-polarity.  We’ve made our external, physical creations the positive hub of control around which we revolve, and we’ve become totally responsive to our creations.  Everything, including human beings, orbit around money—and in one percent of the population, around the possession and hoarding of money.  We are turned inside out, trading Life itself for a symbol, our heritage for a mess of monetary porridge.  We need to turn ourselves outside in. It’s what the word “repent” literally means: turn around.  The Kingdom of Heaven is within us, where the King abides, where Love commands creation into existence. “Love is the Heart of Creation.” 

I’m speaking of a Life-centered, Love-centered, Truth-centered nuclear community.  With this thought in mind, I will share an excerpt from my book SACRED ANATOMY.  In this chapter I meditate upon and write about the spiritual significance of the Pituitary Gland, the physical point of focus in the body temple for the presence and radiation of the Spirit of the Womb, aka the Spirit of Truth. This was written two decades ago as we entered the New Millennium.   

A Collective Body

   Whether we are aware of it or not, our function on Earth greatly impacts the balance of creation throughout the solar entity, just as the function of the Pituitary determines the balance of energy and chemistry in our bodies.  How we use this sacred seal is crucial to the outworking of creative cycles throughout the body, as well as our relationship with others in our worlds.  It is designed to honor and give focus for the Spirit of Truth.   We use this seal correctly when our passion is for the truth of love in our momentary living.   

    It is the prayer of many who have vision and who offer themselves as spiritual mentors these days that we all become conscious of our true identity as angelic beings and aware of our mission and heavenly purpose so that we might play our parts with genuine authority in the collective role of wise stewardship and loving dominion over the balance of Creation on this planet.  A global awakening to this reality in the collective has occurred over the past few decades. 

    What is being called for today,  I feel,  is a certain meekness of mind, a willingness born of true humility to be teachable and to explore together what is required of us during these historic and crucial days of completion and new beginnings as we move into the new millennium.   When the mind is meek and teachable, still and open to explore new possibilities, the heart may feel free to open up and start trusting its perceptions and, more importantly, sharing its perspectives and understanding of how life works.  It is with the heart’s discernment that we feel our way through the darkness in this world.  It is with her understanding and perspectives, based on spirit rather than structure, that we will forge a path to the “world waiting to be born,” Scott Peck envisioned and wrote about. This is what true vision is.   

    It has been said, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” It also follows that where there is vision the people flourish.  It is important, then, that those with vision, those who know and know that they know, by virtue of their own living the truth of love, come forward to shed light into the darkness of human misunderstanding and confusion.  This is happening on a grander scale now than ever before.  Everywhere I turn I see individuals speaking their truth with authority and assurance, even if not with pristine clarity as yet.  There is much more to come in the way of purity of heart and clarity of understanding.  There’s no need to put this process on hold, however, until the heart is fully purified.  As each one puts his and her piece of truth into the collective container of consciousness, the picture continues to clarify for all.   It is the shining of one’s light that the capacity for shining is transformed and clarified.

    To use a biblical metaphor, one does not light a candle and place it under a bushel but in a place where it can be seen by men and where it will light up the entire room.  We all have a part to play and everyone’s part, without exception, is essential to the whole picture and to the inevitable outcome of the cycles of change presently underway on Earth.  No one will remain untouched or unchanged by these re-creative cycles that are bringing us all together as One Body for the One Spirit we all love and seek to serve more fully.  

    In our love for the LORD our God and for one another, the true design of spiritual governance through a pattern of harmonic focalization would naturally begin to be unveiled and fleshed out on a basis that is acceptable to all who keep their I single in the One Spirit whose design it is.  That Spirit is not an elusive, inaccessible entity, but rather is closer than breath and differentiates itself through each one of us, as it does in the natural world around us, in patterns of focalization.  Life is an organizing force that brings order and harmony out of chaos and confusion. The Universe attests to its creative genius. 

     We are drawn toward—and we draw to ourselves—those with whom we naturally resonate in spirit at the core of our hearts. This is what I mean by “harmonic focalization.” To use a musical metaphor, some of us sing melodies in the life of a community and others of us sing harmonies around them.  Those of us who normally sing harmonies sometimes find ourselves singing melodies with others, who perhaps usually sing melodies, gravitating toward us to harmonize—or coordinate—their parts with us. This is the organism rather than the organization model.  It’s the way things work in the kingdom of heaven to achieve anything genuine and organic. 

    Nothing could be achieved in the physiology of the human body but anarchy and pandemonium without the focus of the Spirit of Love in the Pineal Body and the nurturing coordination of the Spirit of the Womb in the Pituitary gland. So is it with the collective body of humanity. Where spirit is focalized and its differentiations coordinated in a pattern of control and design, the collective body temple comes together as a unified expression of divine love to provide a Home for God on Earth.  This, I believe, is the healing the Body of God on Earth is in dire need of today, a process that appears to be underway. 

     I see a collective body temple rising in our midst today composed of  incarnate beings of light the world around, men and women who have remembered who they are and why they are here, who give their utmost care and attention to the sacred in everyday life.  All are invited to play a role in this temple, be it large or small.  The Earth itself is being recognized once again for the Holy Temple it provides for the continual praise and worship of the Creator in this Solar Entity, this Cathedral of the living God. 

    Speaking of individuals emerging who carry a current of love for truth in their writings, poet and author Diana Durham’s recently released book The Return of King Arthur, which is written around the theme of the quest for the Holy Grail, a myth full of symbolism that points to the reality of human experience, past, present and future, may well be the single most important book at the dawn of the New Millennium, certainly among the top ten.  The author names, like no other author I have read to date, where we have been and how we have been wounded, where we are now and where we are headed—and naming the wound is the first step toward healing.  Her chapter eleven, “The Chalice of Collective Sovereignty,” is a must-read for every awakened human being on the planet at this time of global transformation and transition out of the old and into the New Era.  I simply cannot resist sharing just a few of the many morsels of her wisdom here in this consideration of the collective body, and as a fitting closing to our meditation on the roles the Pituitary Gland and Spirit of the Womb play in our worship of God in these temples. 

(Will be continued in the next post of this series.)  Until my next post, 

Be love. Be loved.

Anthony

tpal70@gmail.com

 

 

  

The Essenes, “Children of the Light,” part 2: Group Souls


My Chorale PicI love books that arouse in me that gut-wrenching deja vu that shouts  “I know, I was there!” Stuart Wilson & Joanna Prentis’s book The Essenes – Children of the Light is such a book.

Have you ever had a deep core feeling that you are part of a group Soul that’s been on Earth before, probably in several incarnations? I have. I’m having that gut feeling  again as I read about the Essenes, especially about how they healed with sound and practiced attunement on a daily basis. I have the feeling when singing with or listening to a choral group, like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. To me all musicians are angels of sound, of which there are legions, most of whom dwell in the Realms of Light singing praises to the Creator of the Universe. Others comprise groupings that incarnate together to bring the music of heaven to earth to facilitate specific outworkings in human affairs and world events . . . and perhaps to make life in this “vale of tears” a bit more enjoyable. 

This is the case with the Essenes, who lived in intentional communities along the shores of the Dead Sea prior to and during the life of Jesus, whom they called “The Teacher.”   They are a group Soul that has incarnated on many occasions to prepare the way for the incarnation and mission of great ones, like the Buddha, Krishna, and Jesus, all three of which are believed to be the incarnations of the same great Being, the Lord of Love.  They are back — or perhaps I can say “we are back” — and have been for the duration of the last century, at lease since the early 1900’s. Our purpose is to bring the New Heaven into the world to provide a living foundation based on the truth of love and of life upon which the New Earth is to be created and is being created even now. 

Is Jesus Returning?

Does this mean that the Lord of Love is about to return? I don’t know. What I do know is that we have been visited by great ones in our time. I personally know of two such ones who have come and gone after bringing the same message of love that “The Teacher” brought two-thousand years ago, and more. They were my spiritual teachers and guides, and they had their group Soul around them to assist in their missions. And there are others, such as the Dalai Lama, who has his “followers,” or group Soul, around him. David Wilcock is now known in some circles to be the reincarnation of Edgar Casey, and he has his group Soul with him again in this lifetime.  He even looks like Edgar Casey, as do some of his close circle of friends look like those who where part of Edgar Casey’s entourage. His books are compelling reading.  

So, what are these great ones with their group Souls heralding if not the coming of someone or something great into the world at this time?  I’ve written in a previous post about the Archangel taking back his Body for the purpose of returning to His Father’s world to reclaim its kingdoms and make them once again the “Kingdoms of our LORD, and of his Christ,” as St. John wrote about and foretold in his Book of Revelation (11:15).  I’m not preaching here. Just citing historical evidence that something BIG is afoot.  And the Essenes are back to assist in giving it birth and full revelation in our day.  This is exciting! This is unprecedented. This IS the Day which the Lord has made, and we can rejoice and be glad in it. Now I’m preaching. But why not? Are we going to just sit around the TV and mope and whine about the dire state of our world, especially in the Middle East and with our run-away economy? Little good it does toward changing anything.  Only makes matters worse. We can change ourselves, however, and how we see what’s going down in our time.

What is Poverty, Really?

I awoke this morning at 4:30 with this thought pressing to be entertained — and I’m sure it arises out of all the fuss and bother we’ve been making over the top 1% who own 90% of the wealth (money) and the bottom 10% who live in various degrees of what is called “poverty.”  I may have my percentages wrong, but you get the idea.  The thought that came rushing into my awakening mind was this. What is poverty? Who has decided that a person’s collection of money and goods is the measure of his economic state, be it an individual or a nation of people?  The Federal Poverty Line in this country is around $23,000 in yearly income.  That’s what an average family needs to sustain itself in America.  Of course, it depends on where you live. If you live in California, for instance, you need two or three times that amount in yearly income just to stay afloat.  

But poverty is a state of mind. My yearly income is around $24,000 with my Social Security check and what little I earn as a semi-retired healthcare practitioner.  Yet, I don’t consider myself as being poor or living in poverty. Between our combined SS checks, my wife and I do alright. We eat well and probably more than we need to sustain life. We have a roof over our heads and a cat and birds to feed and keep us company. We even have a garden in our back yard and maintain two automobiles. Sure, we would like to have more money to travel and spend time with our children and grandchildren, all of whom live on the West Coast, where we can’t afford to live — or rather choose not to afford.  But we don’t consider ourselves to be living in poverty.  It’s definitely a state of mind, created by those who use money and possessions as a measure of a person’s “net worth.”  

So, why are we so bothered, or at least entertained, by the fact that 1% of the population owns 90% of the wealth in this country?  Or is that a global phenomenon? Is it the media that keeps shaping our perception of reality?  Or is it rather my own narrow-minded perception of who I am and what I am; my occasional forgetfulness of the abundance that surrounds me in the natural world, and even in the man-made world. We see new buildings and houses going up all around us.  So, there’s obviously no lack of money in the world.  It’s all a mater of perception.  And who in their sane mind wants the headache and stress that comes with worldly wealth. I buy lottery tickets and sometimes, when the pot is in the hundreds of millions, I get a little worrisome fear that I might win! 

The Simple Life for Me

I’m going to close this post with a couple of excerpts from “The Essenes – Children of the Light.” They didn’t care much about material possessions and yet they apparently lived very rich, full and meaningful lives. They also had a spiritual basis and purpose for their lives.  

The working day of the Essenes gave a balanced discipline of practical work, creative craft and art, exercise of the body, a period of study of great masterworks, a time of teaching and learning and of recreation. And through it all is the sense of working closely with the nature spirits and the angelic worlds, with all activity dedicated to the glory of God, and with joy in the heart. (Sir George Trevelyan, Summons to a High Crusade)

They lived literally in heaven on earth, and they made it so. The simple life is not a life of poverty nor of lack of what one needs to live a meaningful and creative life here on Earth. It’s rather a life lived in balance with nature and with one’s particular environment and circumstance.  A life lived with respect for the natural resources of the planet, such as water, which is rapidly becoming a precious commodity due to its scarcity in some places, like the West Coast.  Here’s what Daniel had to say about that in the interview in the book: 

The Kaloo [ancient ones from Atlantis] told us much concerning the use of water, and over time we became expert in this area. Our buildings were fashioned so that the walls were continuous, one flowing into the other. Using common walls and adjoining roofs enabled us to channel the rainwater down into great storage tanks. Where there was a nearby wadi  [a rocky watercourse which is dry except during rainy season] the waters from this were also directed down into the tanks.  So we preserve every drop of water, and this enables us to survive in arid areas that are considered too poor for any other people to farm and settle. Water is one of the most vital things, and we respect it and preserve all the water which comes from the heavens. There is a special quality about rain which has fallen through pure air in a good place. These are the essentials of life: pure air and water. Without these how can we be at ease within our bodies?

“Ease within our bodies.” Isn’t that really enough? Do we actually need more? More stuff? More luxury? More energy? To do what? Destroy our natural habitat and that of the animal kingdom? Unfortunately, we don’t have pure air nor pure rain water in most areas where human beings conglomerate in communities. But we do have filtering systems.

The point, of course, is that we can alter our perception and our perspective about so called “poverty” and  “wealth.” And we can do better than we have been doing in managing our economy and stewarding the natural resources of the Earth.

As I lay there this morning with my head comfortably on my pillow thinking on these things, I called my mind away from entertaining depressing and stressful thoughts and toward an awareness of the richness and abundance present with me in the present moment, the eternal Now.  It felt good and I felt secure in my Father’s world where peace eternally abides and love yet rules the day.  His love for His world and for us, for each and every human being on the face of the earth, is what keeps us from total annihilation.  The Father provides all that I need, has done so all of my life, and I have no reason to believe He will do less in what days I have left here.  God loves us more than we can ever imagine.  If it were not so, we would truly be living in abject poverty.  A timely thought in the wake of Fathers Day.

Until my next post in this series, 

Be love. Be loved.

Anthony 

P.S. Speaking of the scarcity of water, here’s a link to a revolutionary idea that’s taking hold in Africa. Just the music is worth the two minutes of watching. https://dana.io/roll-a-hippo

Read my HealthLight Newsletter online at LiftingTones.com. The current theme of consideration is “Depression: Its Causes and Cures.”

Bill Moyers posted an up-to-date article on poverty in America at http://billmoyers.com/2014/06/28/generational-poverty-is-the-exception-not-the-rule. Just click on “poverty in America.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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