posted on Feb, 15 2009 @ 01:12 AM
In the beginning, there was the infinite void and there was a ubiquitous consciousness that was one with it. The void was not one of darkness, but
pure light. This consciousness did not know itself, nor did it understand the nature of its existence other than it simply did. The ubiquitous
consciousness created the first conceptual pattern so that it might better know itself. This first pattern was known as the Seed of Life, which was
then expanded to become the Flower of Life and finally the Fruit of Life. This pattern was beautiful and now the ubiquitous consciousness knew that it
was a creator.
From the Creator's imagination sprang infinite fractal patterns that distorted the void, measuring in Octaves, from the first and lowest density,
where energy was condensed into basic matter, to the eighth and highest density where everything became one with the infinite void of pure light.
Everything in between represented an infinite range of experience so that the Creator may better come to know itself. The first conscious beings were
created when the Creator fractured its infinite consciousness, which remained infinite, into the various levels of the fractal pattern the Creator
imagined. They are known here as galaxies, existing in some form on all created frequencies. These beings were directly aware of their connection to
the Infinite Creator, for they were one and the same.
These galaxies in turn created fractals of themselves, known to us as stars, which created fractals of themselves, known as planets, which created
fractals of themselves, recognized by us as living organisms. The stars too were fully aware of their connection to the Infinite Creator, and the
planets were at least partially aware of this. The first sentient living beings on early planets knew too their connection to the Infinite Creator and
so lived their lived in perpetual bliss and stagnation, like spoiled children.
The story goes that, at length, one of the galaxies suggested that the Creator veil the consciousness of lower life forms. Their highest consciousness
would be, to lower aspects, superconscious. This level of consciousness presided over all lower states of consciousness, guiding the experiences of
these lower aspects to the best of its ability. This is known to us as the Higher Self and it exists in a state of nonlinear time. It sees all points
in evolution experienced by the lower aspects, though its experience was limited to probability. The Higher Self cannot predict absolute outcome,
because the lowest aspect of the consciousness is given free will. The Higher Self can only guide its lower aspects to the best of its ability based
on the probability of what it sees in all moments of time as it exists in its nonlinear format.
Aware of all aspects of the self and its connection to everything else in existence, though more in the sense of an animal that understands its role
in the pack, is the subconscious mind. It is without free will and obeys all commands it is given without question. It has the power to manifest
aspects of reality experienced by the conscious mind because it is constantly interacting with the source code of holographic reality as perceived by
the conscious mind.
The conscious mind is the lowest aspect of consciousness, veiled from all other aspects of its consciousness. It is, in itself, a crucible of sorrow.
It knows a deep, searing, seemingly limitless pain, which is separation. It feels it has been abandoned and deserted, left alone and unwanted by its
own Creator. It spends most of its time doing whatever it possibly can to avoid facing this pain, no matter what the cost, including the most
suicidally-crippling addictive behaviors.
This pain of apparent separation is its greatest gift. This ‘split’ powers the entire evolution of the Universe, and it will always be felt to
some degree while in human form. The choices made at this state determine how quickly its evolution progresses.