Our Hallucination

201844One perspective to have on our human incarnation is to think of ourselves as visitors here. As a visitor we rarely put down deep roots, and we wouldn’t get too caught up in the local politics, or the local drama. We are merely passing through and observing, experiencing what is possible in a human vehicle, and most of all, learning and witnessing what it means to be in the physical – while always remembering that the physical isn’t really who, or what, we are. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: In the meditation dream, I am taking an energetic projection to a perceived outer unfoldment aliveness. In other words, the thought comes down, and then you keep working with it until you have it into an aliveness – which is in the outer. 

I’m not saying that this is good; I know that this is taking one away from the stillness, but that’s what I’m doing: I’m making a thought alive, or causing it to be an aspect of manifestation. Another way of saying what it is that I’m doing is to say I’m creating existence as a perception of alive just by taking an identification, that is irrational, into substance form – because identification is irrational. Stillness is the only thing that makes sense. 

So, deep down, I know that an inner consciousness cannot be limited by time and space projections. In other words, when you’re taking it down you’re into a time of space projection; you got it into a substance form. And deep down I know that what is really real, inner consciousness or the stillness, isn’t bounded by that. To take an intensity to a non-still place is to veil who I am from the stillness. 

To be caught up by such a modality, to the point where I am affected by it – as if real – is spirit energy. Spirit energy is a form of cracking up; in other words, it’s where you lean on things, and whatnot. It’s where you hold out upon something. It’s where people will often say, is there something more than themselves? That’s a form of cracking up, a failure to take responsibility is a form of cracking up. That’s where you’re not able to be literally in things, and you’re able to alibi out. 

To be caught up in spirit energy projections, made manifest, is a sad story. On the other hand, an amazing story is to be in the midst of what is losing it’s all-pervasiveness as a stillness, and be unwaveringly aware that this is an illusion. Any substance, per se, is held together by an intensity of the imagination. And that quality of imagination, or the way you feel something, is a delusional spirit energy. 

When I take away such a projection and the holding on of the projection by an illusory force of will, the result is: nothing will exist. Existence is a magnified resonance that is taken into time and space and embodied; existence being manifestation, which is a hallucination. Everything in the outer is our hallucination – the collective consciousness.

So what I am seeing and observing is a sustainable consciousness is a stillness, and that sustainable consciousness cannot exist if there is a projected vibrational presence that is accentuated. The net effect of this context of trying to accentuate a vibration and make it somehow or another viable, or workable, a doingness, is a form of vanity. It is a foolish insanity held together by a vibrational projection imagined to be more subtly powerful.

The reason why you do what you’re doing is because you think you’ve got something figured out, which is being irresponsible to the universe – and a meandering for the sake of a kind of mausoleum of self. 

The spiritual illusion can exist for the teacher, as well, and be deceiving of the soul, whenever there is something that has to be done, like a doingness, because it’s not who you are. The idea of an otherness, or a doingness, in an outer sense, like I say, that’s hallucination. So the question is, is it important to magnify a hallucination to a point where the hallucination can touch others – whilst in an even more bifurcated way? 

An example of that is, certain spiritual illusions, like spirit energy, can do that. For example, you could be in one state where things are more confusing, and the area is more bizarre, we’ll say, and then move to… well there’s a nice little kind of spirit energy. It has its limitations, but it’s better than being all twisted and tormented. 

The theme of this dream, when  everything is stripped out, is that nothing exists but stillness. In other words, one’s just looking at an aspect of something that one could take on as having a type of validity, which is a spirit energy. To talk about stillness, in a manipulated way, is an hallucination.

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