posted on Jun, 24 2006 @ 09:11 PM
The end of the year 2012 marks a turning point in the evolution of the present universe. If one period of universal evolution is like going from 12:00
on a clock all around back to 12:00, then this turning point is the 6:00 mark, the completion of the Alpha (masculine Yang), and the beginning of the
Omega (feminine Yin). As such, humanity has spent most of its Alpha evolution forgetting the true nature of its divine origins, in order to
disassociate into the human experience. As we transit from Alpha to Omega, from the template of duality to the template of oneness, we will begin to
remember our divine origins. From 12:00 to 6:00 we anchored our consciousness onto a foundation of duality on Gaea/Earth, and from 6:00 to 12:00 we
will evolve into a synthesis of our new individual human powers and our collective original divine origins. The purpose of this explorative
evolutionary adventure was and is to evolve in harmonious simultaneous oneness and difference with the divine.
As we approach 2012, we can, must, and will already begin the process of planetary ascension in many ways. That is, as the one side/extreme of a pair
of opposites is contingent on the other, all the while as we move from 12:00 to 6:00 are we simultaneously also moving back towards 12:00 in a circle.
At present as we prepare to transit back onto a template of oneness, we can personally individually use many a tool in the physical realm. Although
our bodies are the primary tools of our conscious beings, we can also use other tools, such as the disassociative drug DXM. DXM is particularly well
suited to help evolve our individual beings into a harmonious and self-empowering relationship with the whole universe, as the initial thrust of the
Alpha force is a kind of disassociation itself. Just as the lessons of duality in this cycle of evolution from 12:00 to 12:00 will be learnt by our
souls once the cycle is complete, so can we individually use DXM to experience lessons for subsequent use in sobriety.
Most aspects of the technique, therefore, that I will explain for use with DXM are likewise suitable for sober use, and in the instances that this is
not so, I will make so much clear to the reader. The technique I present is a matter of energy production and overall physical and psychological
health maximization, making use of the infinite abundance of natural universal energy known as chi. The technique has to do with the way in which one
should be to be truly and fully in the Now. This entails the controlled act of transcendence, perpetual in the sense that you are always in perpetual
transcendence (evolution), controlled to the degree that you focus the way you evolve into as a unique agent of consciousness. This involves embracing
paradox and directing the resulting flow of friction. The paradox, the source of friction or energy, arises from your fully realized presence of being
in the Now naturally without effort, while simultaneously from being in the Now through effort to distinguish yourself in a controlled and
The distinction between existing and evolving with and without effort is a matter of subtlety, in that to do anything passively one still does
something, and so the doing of passivity is inescapably the doing of activity as well. The question of if being in the Now is natural or forced is not
simple at all. The paradoxical answer is that both options are true, as we are more than merely ever present in the Eternal Now. Self-realization is a
process of synthesis between who we are and always have been, and who we are becoming. We naturally exist passively in the Now as a result of our
original self, while simultaneously we consciously (and still naturally) exist actively in the Now as the cause of our future self. In other words, to
realize one’s presence in the Eternal Now, one realizes a constant state of cyclical self-sustaining transcendence. This trinity of coming, going,
and being present correlates with the trinity of simultaneous oneness and difference. This analogy of the human experience can be understood by
comparing the human to a coin—we are the ever rolling rim, both and/or neither sides.