Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Science has never opposed God !!!!

Even Paul the apostle knew that. (Wink)

1 Timothy 6:19-21 (King James Version)

19Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come, that they may lay hold on eternal life.

20O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called:

21Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen.

Science has never opposed the true nature of this world. That is what man has done to the blessed scriptures is make vain babblings regarding it. Science has proven that man has been around hundreds of millions of years or perhaps even billions of years and yet those who interpret the Bible say that it has only been around for 6 thousand years. Science has indeed bore witness to scriptures and is faith (God in action).

That is why God is now appearing to the world in us. Our cell structures surely bear his seed. It is his life that is living in us. Now in this age, we are now unfolding the mysteries of the Kingdom of God.

Friday, January 16, 2009

The Cloth - a dream I had

My dream started out with me filling this large bathtub with water. It was over flowing so I went to turn the faucets off and then noticed a big blob of blue ink. On the floor I saw a cloth and it was about 2 to 3 feet long and a foot and half wide. It had a pattern on it and it looked Hebrew. There was a slit cut in the middle of the fabric. I picked up the cloth and blotted up the ink. The ink was on an ironing board. After I blotted the ink I noticed a man to my left. His face was bumpy and oily, and he in the natural realm was not what you would call, or the media call good looking. He looked humble and kind. It was his cloth. He placed it over his head on it fell perfect on his shoulders. He was a prayer man. I then kissed him on the cheek. After this his voice said to me. "I am your husband"
I then awoke.

The Wedding:

The tub represents the purification before the wedding. Queen Esther had to bathe and purify for a full year before being presented to the King. I believe that is what is taking place inside to us all.
The Mikveh is a total immersive ritual purification bath. The mikveh is used by women after their menstrual period or childbirth and before their weddings. Men use the mikveh to become ritually pure before Shabbat and other Jewish holidays and before their weddings. Both men and women immerse themselves in a mikveh before Yom Kippur, to complete a conversion process, before ascending to Har Habayit (Temple Mount), and kashering (preparing the products to be used in a kosher kitchen) their utensils and pot/pans. The cloth: represents to me my man of prayer and that is the Christ in me. The man was nothing for me to desire, No one desires anything of God until he beckon's us in the first place.

The Tallit is a prayer shawl with tztitzits on all four corners warn by religous Jews during morning prayer services. What is funny is I know nothing of Jewish ways, yet in my dream it makes sense. tee hee So to me my dream is the union between the spirit/soul, male/female, and the two are become one flesh.

Now God uses what I am used to , to bring his message of the union to me. It is the male/female union that is the Christ mind in it's fullness. I can solve anything in the Crown Chakra (Christ Mind) and that is where I am heading to solve the problem.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Shakti and Shiva

I had a dream last night. All I remember is the words Shakti and Shiva being spoken to me and Ida and pingala and the word polarities. I will look this up. Now there was a marriage of Shakti and Shiva being the divine feminine and divine masculine marriage. The Ida and Pingala is the nerves on the spine. It is the way the energy flows. So now i'll be right back and get more information.

Shiva/Shakti: A Tantric Wedding
This is an invitation to a very special ceremony. All the Hindu gods have been invited, and you -- even as a mortal -- are invited too. Would you like to come? Let me tell you all about it. It is a wedding of deities, old as time itself, perhaps even the wedding of your very first ancestors. It is also a multiple marriage (downright polyamorous, you might say) -- a marriage between chaos and order, mind and body, soul and spirit, anima and animus, as well as of many goddesses and gods, as all the goddesses are aspects of the divine mother, Mahadevi, who is the source of all. In this particular ceremony, however, the deities to marry will appear in the archetypal forms of Shakti and Shiva. Their love for each other is legendary, and their union brings peace, understanding, and exquisite bliss. It generates the full spectrum of existence, the ten thousand levels of manifestation. Do not go to look for your calendar, because this ceremony can take place anytime. For those who are luckiest, it happens every day. Do not say that you cannot travel to distant and exotic lands, because it takes place wherever you are, deep within the Self, in the sacred realm of the heart. Do not say that you have no gift to bring, for the gift of the Self is gift enough, and it will be much renewed by your attendance. Let me first tell you about Shakti, the bride. She is wondrous and She is everywhere! She dances in the life of the plants, She is the spark in the laugh of the child. She is present in the growing belly, the voice that sings, the heart that loves. She is the urge to grow, to move, to change, to awaken. She is pure energy, chaotically free, the fuel for all activity, infinite energy. Her full name is Kundalini Shakti and sometimes She dresses like a serpent, coiled tightly around the four petaled lotus that grows at the base of your spine. Here is the bed where She sleeps, giving you grounding and stability, security and peace, with your roots buried deeply in the Earth. Her home at this level is called Muladhara, or root support. It is here that She binds together the physical world. Her instincts help you survive. Oh, but sometimes She stirs, languidly ravishing in the sensuous movements of Her serpentine body, sinuously sliding through the liquid nectar of your cells, moving upward through the curves and organs of your flesh. She pierces the lotus of six petals, whose element is water, and in this form She may bring you intense desire. Hers is the longing that cries out for touch and sometimes brings forth Kama the Lord of Lust to awaken the cells within you to ecstatic pleasure. Here She may have many lovers, each one renewed in the glorious energy of Her distinct Goddess-nature. Her home at this level is called Swadhisthana, which means both sweetness and "one's own place." Her loving in the sacred space in sweet indeed. Beware, though, because her movements may be chaotic when She first breaks out of Her slumber. She may be a wild dancer, robbing you of sleep. You may shake with her tremors, burn with her longing, ache with her movement upward, her search for her true love, Shiva himself. If she does not find him, She may get more and more agitated, burning even stronger with desire, until you think you will burst with the intensity of her presence. Ah, but She knows it is not enough to merely dance suggestively to attract the likes of Shiva. No, She must have power to do that, rising to the third chakra of fire, the lustrous gem of manipura. Here She will find the strength and fierceness of a warrior Goddess, not merely the soft feminine sweetness of the young maiden. Shiva is a formidable force, and does not trifle with Maidens, but only with the raw stuff of life, the Goddess Herself. In this form, you may see her riding a tiger, as the goddess Durga, or dancing with Shiva as her Dark Sister, Mother Kali, who drips blood form her mouth to splatter upon her necklace of skulls. Her power at this level is to break apart old forms, for once awakened, She hates constriction, and you may find nothing in your life is ever the same. In her search for her lover, she can be most intense, relentless, in fact, and there may be little you can hold onto if it gets in her way. You'd best cooperate with her and begin looking for her lover, for She will not stop until She finds him. And who is this divine being? Who is the true love of our Shakti? He is the auspicious Lord Shiva, who comes in many forms. He is the Lord of Sleep, the undifferentiated bliss of meditation, unified with all that is. He is the wisdom of pure consciousness, the divine intelligence that shapes primordial chaos into order and form. His most familiar home is in the crown chakra, in the undifferentiated realm of limitless spirit, where he sees and knows ALL. But He is also a dark one, known as Rudra, the howler or weeping one, a Lord of Destruction, whose lightning bolt can destroy your attachments with but a single glance. As Rudra, He feeds on the corpses of men slain in battle, feeding their souls to his dark consort Kali. He is also a god of healing and sacrifices, worshipped by many in the rising phallus, the Shiva Lingam, always erect and ever thrusting into the great mysteries of the feminine, never satisfied. It is said that long ago, his brother Brahma and Vishnu, gathered to compare their power, and while arguing, a towering lingam crowned with flame rose up between them and replaced their fighting with stunned amazement. Vishnu plunged downward, in the form of a boar, and Brahma flew upward, as a bird, but they could not, for all their searching find its beginning or its end, for as they flew, the lingam grew and grew. Finally the side of the phallus burst open and there stood Shiva, who proclaimed himself to be the origin of them both, thus encompassing the threefold principles of creation, preservation, and destruction. Without His lover, however, Shiva is but a corpse, downright boring for the uninitiated. If you see him before the wedding, he may lay in perfect stillness, lost in meditation of the infinite wonders, enfolded in the bliss of perfect enlightenment, disembodied from the world of samsara, of birth and death. Here the Lord of Sleep may bring you dreams, or in waking states, visions of what is possible. As He descends into the two-petaled chakra lotus of the third eye, He is the illumination of limitless light, enabling us to see clearly through the illusions that bind us in the lower realms. He is the infinity of the imagination, the birthplace of dreams, the true seeing of the awakened One. And when He catches sight of his Beloved Goddess, He is luminescence everywhere, creating brilliant shining stars and bursting suns, glancing up Her jewels as She dances in splendor. And the sounds He can make! As Lord of Song, He descends to the fifth chakra lotus of communication to call for His divine lover. For His is the sound of the primordial OM, the underlying sound of all creation. With His other consort Mother Kali, they control the sounds of the universe that are the basis of all creation. It is said that when Kali, whose name means times, wants to destroy the world, She only need remove the alphabet from the petals of each chakra, and all of creation will dissolve back into nothingness.
When Siva's sounds join the energy of Shakti, the music of their love is passionate and sweet, and there are few who attend this wedding who are not compelled to dance with an unknown fervor, free and aware of the divine realm within their heart. So now it is time for their joining. Come and enter the Sacred Chamber. Ganesha, remover of obstacles will greet you at the door, his elephant trunk seeping away your fears of love, his ample belly quivering with laughter. As you enter the sacred temple, you find yourself sinking into a lotus of twelve petals, set in emerald green, (although the colors may vary according to the mood of the day.) Within the lotus, two triangles intersect in perfect balance, the descending triangle of spirit merging with the ascending triangle of matter. The sacred marriage of yoni and lingam are thus made on in this celestial six-pointed star.
In the center, Brahma sits deep in meditation, quietly generating all that you see and experience. He consort, Saraswati, Patroness of the Arts, has created the decor with elaborate tapestries of gold filigree, exotic plants and bouquets of flowers everywhere. She has hired the very best dancers and musicians for your entertainment. Soon they enter with sitars and tablas, accompanied by ornately costumed dancers of all kinds. Hanuman, who is keeper of the heart, jumps quickly from place to place, lithe monkey that He is, ushering in each guest and seating them among the petals. Agni, god of the primordial fires, is lighting the candles on the altar, fanning the sparks within your heart. And what would a wedding be without a feast? Uma, the Corn Goddess has brought her first harvest to be shared. Laksmi, the goddess of earthly prosperity, clothed in red raiments, laced with gold, bedecked in perfumed sweetness, directs the preparation of a sumptuous feast of delightful curries and dahls, sweetmeats and fruits. Her consort, Vishnu, enters the court with Krishna, who smiles and dances with the Asparas, a group of heavenly and lascivious young nymphs, dressed in their laciest garments, tattooed with henna on the hands and feet, their hair bound with strands of pearls. And now, at last, the ceremony is about to begin. Guests begin to chant, "Om nama Anahata" (in the name of the heart chakra) as rapt attention is stirred for the sacred event of their joining. Vayu, god of winds calls forth the divine breath of prana, and fills all with spaciousness. Agni, god of fire, sends forth sparks as the the divine polarities of the universe arc into a dynamic flow of power. Indra, god of the waters, fills all vessels with amrita, the nectar of enlightenment. Laksmi, as goddess of earthly treasures, bestows her immense wealth, and an island of jewels springs forth, with abundance enough for all living beings.
And now the bride and groom are to be joined, as the chanting softens into a deep primordial OM. First Shiva appears as a rising phallus of stone, piercing the center of the heart to probe its deepest mysteries. Shakti, who has been separated from him for some time, comes forward dancing in the form of Parvati. Her breasts are full like the round, white moon, Her hips supple, Her waist narrow, Her sari of gold lightly draped across Her dark lotus eyes. When She enters, each one present is filled with a radiant energy, a power so illustrious that there is nothing that cannot be accomplished. When She strokes the rising phallus, the drums and music play ever more forcefully, the dancers writhing feverishly to the rhythm. When the hall can no longer contain this passionate energy of creation, Shiva springs forth, grabbing his Shakti with one of his four great arms. His other arms hold a trident and a rosary, symbolizing his active and ascetic sides, while His remaining hand holds a lotus flower, complete with stalk, which he silently offers to the resplendent goddess, who glows with the radiance of love.
Shiva's hair is piled high upon His head, bound with stars and moons. As He begins to dance, the frenzy loosens His long tresses, cascading down across His great blue body, expanding into a halo of wings. His tresses, as they tumble are filled with little figures, the goddess Ganges, flowers of the datura, a skull, a crescent moon. The moon becomes a cup of nectar, which He offers to His sweet love for Her pleasure and enlightenment. And now Shakti-parvati sits upon His left thigh, encircling Her arm about His shoulder. She carries a bow and arrow, a noose and a gourd, symbolizing the power of will, knowledge, and action, the essential principles of her power. The divine couple stare fixedly into each other's eyes, lost in eternal rapture. Though appearing as two, they know that they have always been inseparably one, and their union is a return to the primordial unity from which all things spring forth. The polarities of the universe combine, creating cascading multiplicities, dark and light, joining in a shower of rainbows, sparks and jewels explode across time and space in the ever generating and eternal sri yantra, symbol of endless creation and destruction. Shakti has met Her match. With destruction as Her ally, She can now create endlessly to Her heart's content, knowing that all of maya, all of the manifested universe is an endless cycle of creation and destruction. Shiva has found His sacred other, a feminine source of limitless energy. He can now move from static to dynamic dance, as Shiva Nataraj. And as they tumble into eternal ecstasy and divine union for the creation and destruction of all that is, all who are present to this divine and auspicious ritual are forever transformed. Hari Om Tat Sat. Thou Art That.


Ida and Pingala
There are the two nerve-currents one on either side of the spinal column. The left one is called Ida and the right is known as Pingala. These are Nadis. Tentatively, some take these as the right and the left sympathetic cords, but they are subtle tubes that carry Prana. The Moon moves in the Ida and the Sun in the Pingala. Ida is cooling. Pingala is heating. Ida flows through the left nostril and the Pingala through the right nostril. The breath flows through the right nostril for one hour and then through the left nostril for one hour. Man is busily engaged in worldly activities, when the breath flows through Ida and Pingala. When Sushumna operates, he becomes dead to the world, and enters into Samadhi. A Yogi tries his level best to make the Prana run in the Sushumna Nadi, which is known as the central Brahman Nadi also. On the left of Sushumna is situated Ida and on the right is Pingala. The moon is of the nature of Tamas and the sun is that of the Rajas. The poison share is of the sun and the nectar is of the moon. Ida and Pingala indicate time. Sushumna is the consumer of time.


We come to the Earth Plane to learn through Polarity. This means that everything has a polar opposite.
Let me name some of the Polarities for you: Soul/Ego Good/Bad Joy/Anger Love/Fear Day/Night Right/Wrong Sound/Silence Light/Darkness Peace/Agitation Freedom/Control Time/Timelessness Surrender/Defense Patience/Impatience In-breath/Out-breath Non-judgment/Judgment
These are but a few of the thousands of Polarities that exist. This week, sit down and create a list of twenty polarities that exist in your emotional body/feeling level. Often you will find the polar opposite of a negative feeling will be a Soul quality.
Most of us spend the entire embodiment in the negative pole of thought, feeling, word, and action. You were imprinted with this by your mothers and fathers and all the generations before them. The negative pole, as you can see, is very powerful. The only thing more powerful than the negative pole is Love. It is the Love of self that allows you to recognize the opposite pole of positive energy. You are all masters of the negative pole. What you have not mastered is the positive pole. The reason for this is that you have not loved yourselves enough to move out of the negative pole. The negative pole literally keeps you paralyzed by its power. You have all been trapped in the inertia of the negative pole. This is a Divine Set-Up. Divine Order is always in place. You needed to master the negative pole, so when the positive pole is offered, you would have the opportunity to say, "Yes!"
Humanity believes that the negative pole is the only option. The Collective Consciousness is ruled by the word, "NO." It also has the capacity for two more words, "HELP ME!" The ego hears, "Help Me" as a sign of weakness and death. The Soul hears the words, "Help Me," and knows that the individual may now be ready to begin the practice of "Yes."
In the coming months the "Yes" will become more powerful. With relentless practice, you will come to the Third position. The negative and positive poles present the First and Second positions. The Third position is between the two poles in all polarities. This position is "Neutrality/Isness." When you are in Neutrality/Isness, you are no longer at the affect of anything. Nothing affects you to the degree that you must move to one or the other of the polarities. Instead, you open your Heart and embrace all polarities in their "Isness." For now it is appropriate that you move back and forth between the polarities so that you can learn at the feeling level what it is like to move back and forth between the "No" and the "Yes".
In moving back and forth between the polarities, you will need momentum to move out of the negative pole. This momentum has a name. It is Love. It is the practice of Self-Love that creates enough momentum to move out of the negative pole of inertia, and into the positive pole of change. Your spiritual muscle is developed each time you choose Self-Love. You will be using The Esoteric Teaching:
"Have the patience and persistence to practice your Truth".
It takes stamina, strength, courage, and unceasing Love of Self, to do The Work. Eat right, exercise, drink plenty of water, sleep fully, and laugh out loud at least one time every day. Please remember, one of the great Teachings: "This is all illusion, anyway."

Saturday, August 16, 2008

We've been Marked !!!

In Pythagorean mathematics, the number 6 is considered the only \perfect\ number between one and ten. It signifies divine wisdom, harmony, equilibrium, and balance between the feminine and masculine dimensions of consciousness. The balances are in his hand. tee hee

666 then would represent our threefold nature and that it is in perfect operation. It is nothing to be afraid of. This mark everyone already has. It has always gone the way God wants it to go.

It is God that is in the Beastlike state of man and he is evolving as us. Yepereeee good neighbor.

We need to see this so we don't separate him from ourselves any longer. It is not us and God , it is only God. He never changes because he is always changing, he is the God who is, the God who was and the God which is to come. Always evolving.

"I AM THE LORD THY GOD AND BESIDES ME THERE IS NO OTHER" yes indeed. ooops blaspheme........ tee hee.

We are the waymakers of this universe It is the step Jesus made in perfect progression and then the people would not follow him any longer. yes they were not suppose to. They had to get it for themselves. Yeah!!!

That is when they will call you having a devil, and that we are blasphemers. we are marked by God. Branded. We belong to him. We cannot buy or sell unless we have this mark. He LIVES !!!

The whole creation needs this. They are being swallowed up in the lie and illusion of separation. We need to pierce through the veil of this illusion and enter into the most holy place.

Don't be afraid to take the mark of the beast, you already have it. Now we are being perfected according to the Divine purpose and plan.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The Pure in Heart

Is the consequence not the condition to seeing God.

C'mon John!!!

Herodias had to dance. She had to ask for your head. Your beheading left a place for the son of man to lay his. All done in proper sequence and paved the way for Christ. All done in predestination and in God's orderly arrangement. Give the girl a break. tee hee.

Dreamers of the Dream

"We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream...." - Gene Wilder as Willie Wonka from the film_Willie Wonka And The Chocolate Factory