posted on Mar, 1 2013 @ 07:25 PM
There's a very interesting book that I read some time ago called Tryptamine Palace
by James Oroc (a
pseudonym) in which a certain type of altered state is achieved by which there is absolute ego dissolution along with what might be called a
neurological Bose-Einstein Condensate (single cosmic neuron), which when taken together with quantum, non-local consciousness, puts forward a rather
convincing and startling proposition - that everything that is is consciousness and love. He described is as an indomitable and unconquerable love,
fearful if one was at odds with it because it was a tyranny of love, the very heart of the whole universe, combined wth a desperate and powerful
longing for unity in love.
This tyranny of love is broken and rendered with a liberating presentation however in the person of Jesus, even as the mystical body of the son of
man, so it's here, in human form, where it's presented gently and kindly as an inviting, imminently inviting, ye non coercive unconditionally loving
manner by Jesus in the role of son of God, placing you and I of course within that same context, and so there it is again, and there may be some fear,
but if it's real love then it's also a liberating love which sets us free, even as the truth that sets us free i.e.: nothing to be afraid of (and
So if there's a point where the tyranny of love is broken, it's in the restoration of our humor and our charm, and our most freely and
authentically self expressed self even if that
person is equally inscrutable, unfathomable, mysterious, and loving.
"It is love." - he kept saying over and over again.
That's both scary and invitingly humorous both at the same time, such a prospect of a tyranny of love..! LOL