posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 01:12 PM
Like many of you, I believe that the “infinite” awaits us beyond these three dimensions. A lot of information is coming in now about what that
other realm is, and it seems to be an infinite, multi-dimensional meta-space in which the mind (or our intentions) is given relative free reign.
People who regularly have out of body experiences, for example, report that once you enter the “astral plain,” your mind and intent become your
only navigational tools. Your fears—if they consume you—can manifest themselves as entities and dark landscapes, just as your positive thoughts
can lead to places of great beauty. It is true that they also say that there are elements of this extended reality that are not as thought-responsive
(more like consensual realities), but clearly this is an incredibly subtle realm, which, because it is released from the lower resonances of the
physical, conforms to our minds with relative ease.
I believe these realms are real, and they are waiting for us.
If this extended multi-verse is where we are all headed, then why are we here, in a constricting 3-D realm of literal hard knocks? For me part of the
answer is that this is a kind of training ground. While here, we are meant to learn the basic universe-lessons that will allow us to act responsibly
and with constructive intent in the universe. I believe we are here to learn the important existence-sustaining function of “love” as a
multi-frequency energy of infinite positive power and variety. We are here to learn about the natural and positive (i.e.: constructive) patterns
through which the universe manifests itself. We are to learn that everything is interconnected and interdependent. That said, I think there is no
better place to learn about all of this than in nature. One walk through a glade on a summer day is, if you are paying attention to the experience,
like a graduate course in the underlying life-generating machinery of the universe.
For now I'll talk about just one aspect of this idea of nature as a multi-verse school: I think the natural forms and organizational patterns that
nature assumes for our five senses are some of the same thought forms and thought patterns that we can use to navigate the universe constructively
when the time comes (think of them as the templates required to take your first safe steps as a citizen of a higher-dimensional relality). I think
these patterns repeat themselves at higher and higher levels of organization out there, but the shapes of the thought constructs graphically
demonstrated by nature remain the same and fundamental. In the multi-verse, we will simultaneously be the creators and the subjects of the realities
that surround us, and all of the subtle, systemic patterns in nature that we learned on this planet will form the contents of the tool bag that our
minds will dip into to direct our intent. These key universal patterns are everywhere in nature in a basic form that our minds can understand. I'll
take a tree as one example: the branching-spreading shape of a tree is a 3-D representation of constructive and searching thought (and certainly much,
much more). But this is just one graphic representation of a universal pattern that a tree provides us with. If you move closer and stop a foot away
from the tree, its bark asserts itself as yet another 3-D representation of a universal intent tool encased in, and fluidly interacting with, the
larger form of the tree. For me, bark provides subtle thought tools related to the accumulation of energy for protection and as a result of growth,
which in turn leads us to thoughts of the elements and the lifeforms that it guards itself against. So there it is in front of us, two universal,
interacting mutually beneficial patterns that the mind is meant to grasp and fluidly integrate (the shape of the tree at level of perception A, and
the shape of the tree at level of perception B). You can go still further, and take a sample of the bark and put it under a microscope. Then you’ll
encounter still more key universal patterns of arrangement, and you will have something like a conceptual, multi-level mosaic of three (or more) key
universal patterns that work together. Of course, you can also go in the other direction--macro. You can think about the trees place in the forest,
and so on and so on... A tree, in all of its manifestations, is like a little looking glass into infinity. Now I'm wondering if those levels of
perception are in some way analogous to the dimensional levels I hear about....questions and more questions, but all of it important.
When we are freed from the body, we will begin to realize that our interaction with this planet had honed our ability to move through the universe,
and has given us crucial conceptual tools that we will use for the rest of eternity. I don’t know about you, but I am already overflowing with