a reply to: Barcs
I thought your response was quite polite as you didn't call me a liar or an idiot which is a step in the right direction. I think I will make this my
last post however as I find it all very stressful coping with so many ego's
You do have a tendency to view everything as wrong or right, as if this debate was about point scoring which of course it goes way beyond that. A
strong belief, in a way is far more important than strong evidence because it shapes the way a person conducts his life. I knew my statement regarding
a missing faculty would raise a few feathers and I also anticipated that it would be construed as a slight on ones intellectual capacity. I feel I
need to clear that up.
Every human being exists in four states of consciousness, each state exists on a separate plane of existence
I. The physical
II. The emotional state
III. The mental state
IV. The causal state
Each of these are fairly self evident, except for perhaps the causal.
Hylozoics explains, that each state is activated within four different dimensions of reality.
Many people spend most of their waking lives subjectively in the emotional dimension in either higher or lower emotional states.
Consciousness drifts easily between each of these dimensional states of reality.
When focus is relaxed, consciousness drifts back and forth through the dimensions. A noise, perhaps snaps you into the physical world or a headline on
the news, may slides your consciousness into the mental plane or news of an accident can send your consciousness plummeting into the lower emotional
When we are hungry, or other bodily needs demand. Our focus moves firmly into our objective physical dimension.
A large proportion of humanity spend a great deal of time in the emotional dimension, being entertained by watching activities that stimulate our
emotions, being joyful or being angry or jealous or envious the entire spectrum of human emotions drifting between the higher and lower planes of the
emotional world, which is also referred to by some as Maya or the world of illusions.
When we study, or apply great thought to a subject particularly academic pursuits, we place out conscious attention firmly but subjectively in the
mental plane. Whilst here, we are free of emotions, as it is a completely different plane of existence.
At any time, our conscious focus will move between these planes instantly. If someone talks to you when you are deep in thought for example, your
consciousness slips back into the physical plane. an example would be if that person told you your dog had died, you would immediately slip into the
emotional plane, you can't think straight because you have moved out of the mental plane and for a few moments the person with you may well as not
exist, because your focus is not in the physical world. It has moved subjectively onto a different plane of reality. Sometimes it is very difficult to
return from the emotional world until we can ‘get ourselves together’ so to speak.
The fourth plane that we move in and out of, but far less frequently is the causal plane, it is here where humanity has access to intuitive thought
and much much more. All creative thoughts originate from this plane, all common sense comes from here. The causal plane is where the collective memory
of all our previous lives are stored, it is the world of spiritual enlightenment, it is where we can converse with what some people refer to as our
higher self. It is also where we have access to, ‘by proxy through intelligent entities, our own human collective consciousness.
Many people live most of their lives in the emotional plane unaware of lifeforms that occupy that plane of existence.
Academics spend much of their time in the mental plane and can appear cold or unfeeling to someone in the physical world, but in reality it is just
that they are not in the emotional or physical world and are focused on a task at hand. Academics work very hard to maintain their focus on the mental
plane as it is in this dimensional reality where things get worked out logical, factual, pragmatic, mathematical.
Artistic people, very young children, devotional types of characters, spend much of their lives moving between the physical the emotional and the
causal worlds. As with the mental and emotional planes, there are sub-planes with upper and lower causal an upper and lower mental and emotional.
The planes could be best described as harmonics of very fine matter with a continuous spectrum between each plane. The planes merely highlight the
sweet spot, much like tuning a radio. The planes could be described as the frequency where things come together in focus.
Of course we all spend time on the four different planes although some people scarcely ever venture into the causal world. People who spend much time
meditating find themselves in the higher emotional, and sometimes will switch from a subjective experience to an objective reality. They briefly see
the world of Maya including it’s occupants.
When we die, our conscious focus enters objectively into the world of Maya the same world we spend much of our physical life. We see this world as a
physical world that has its own laws of physics it is a world where our imagination creates our reality. Our etheric body dies along with our physical
body because while we where alive it acted as a conduit providing the energies required for life. All living biological organisms have an etheric body
that fits exactly to the physical. It is through this that all life is animated. Our new body in the emotional world is composed of the much finer
matter, as is everything on that plane. Science would probably refer to this matter as dark energy.
Eventually, your emotional body will dissolve and your consciousness then attains objective reality on the mental plane which is composed of even
finer and more energetic matter. Most people would describe this place as heaven. The lower emotional world contains elements of duality, some would
call that good and evil. From the mental plane on, there is only an intense sensation of bliss. In fact the higher through the planes we travel the
more intense the sensation of bliss, some call this sensation love, it is an energy, a force that runs through everything constantly. Its affects are
least felt on the physical plane.
Few, but not so many people, awaken on the causal plane. When they do, they get some input as to what their next physical life should be and spend
time learning from advanced beings who have passed through the human kingdom and also beings that followed a different evolutionary path. The help we
all receive from these benevolent beings is profoundly humbling.
When you pass from that world, the next thing you are aware of is somebody slapping you into the reality of the physical world as you take on a new
So back to my statement;
"it is your incapacity or a missing faculty that denies you from seeing the same as some other people"
I. Where is it you have you trained your consciousness to spend most of your waking hours?
II. Which world or worlds, do you spend the most of your time?
III. How often do you tune your consciousness to access the causal plane? because it is not where you would go to work something out.
edit on 8-4-2015 by kennyb72 because: punctuation