Make it Loud

Each of us has a different process for learning. And sometimes we are quick to see, and sometimes we are more dense about things. But one aspect of the process is in being able to notice the difference between states. If we are always wayward from our path, then that will seem normal to us. If we get a glimpse of what it’s like and how it feels to be connected, and energized by higher things, then we will have a reference for when we slip back to our old ways. This reference point helps in making us more conscious of the process in us. (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 shown that being off about things, like human beings start out in life being, that this initial step is natural. It’s like it’s anticipated and recognized that everyone has to go through this initial step where they have to go out and be bewildered a bit.

To continue to be off, when others around you are getting it to some degree, is actually better than going through spiritual illusions. In other words, it comes to a point when you see that you’re off, and then you can start trying to make adjustments; screen yourself as if you’re weaponizing, or aiming, yourself at the center of yourself. 

But that actually leads, although it may be like a type of reflective to the heart because everything still is vying for the heart and whatnot, and it’s not finding itself in the total stillness and overallness of the heart, you’re, to some degree yo-yoing. That’s spiritual illusion again. 

And creating pacified arguments as to why this is better than the sheer density; to a certain degree that is true, but in the sheer raw energy density of things is something that is very, very loud to the heart. And if you really note and denote what that is doing to the heart, it can form a memorable quality to it that won’t settle for illusionary spiritual qualities either. It requires so much more. 

So to continue to be out of it, and overly dense, I am shown, awakens a person quicker. This is a revelation that was a surprise to me that if you actually, so to speak, declare war on God and quit trying to do spiritual things or something like that, like I’ve done, you develop a keenness to hurting a heart that others can toy with and kind of keep somewhat veiled; go at more slowly, circling it, so to speak, with their process. 

So I’m pondering the deeper meaningfulness of this vibration, I am noticing that to continue to be way off in demeanor, as if I am a slow learner, causes the heart to be where it must let go. And that slingshots a person to the inner depths of themselves. If you go to the depths of yourself where you experience the pain and declare war, so to speak, to try to maintain some sort of ignorance to too great of an extreme way, because you lack common sense or something, you hold that, you create a memory to that, that becomes like a fine tuning fork to the subtler vibrations, then, in the other direction. 

But if you hold a balance and equanimity, try to control the light or something, you sit in between; you don’t really go to a deep, deep depth. This could be used as a criticism of those who just do practices and ceremonies and stuff like that as a type of pacifier, as opposed to really, truly getting into life. Those who utilize that sort of thing see themselves as making spiritual progress and whatnot, but it’s measured, it has its parameters. 

So to try to be conscious leads to spiritual illusions, and results in not noticing the heart as being all-important. See, the key thing is, is that when you delve into a certain depth, like in a raw energy density or whatever of yourself, if you never do that, then you don’t recognize the importance, necessarily, of the heart. You don’t make it loud enough to know how you can really, really hurt it. And then that hurting reverberates and reverberates, and can be used, then, to recognize subtler aspects that are caught on the breath that you might normally think are okay.

For example, a person who is attached to dense things comes to know over a course of time that this hurts and stabs the heart. However, a person who goes off on a spiritual tangent tends to convince themselves that hurting the heart is part of the process, because they haven’t hurt it enough to realize that this is absurd. And does so in the name of waking up – is you create this whole self-conceptualized illusion. They put all kinds of things in it to support it; it’s where spiritual elders come in, and all kinds of strange things, instead of being responsible to yourself.

That approach is not only self-deceptive, but it is a harder mannerism to overcome than that of a person who is more dense for a longer period of time. There comes a point in time when you kind of gain an understanding of how to cope. It’s better that you don’t think that you know how to cope, it’s better that you continue to stay a little bit lost – more loudly in that – in order to break through it. 

What I am saying is that a person is more compelled to hear the heart when they are obviously wayward in their way of being, they are able to get it more abruptly. A person who sees themselves as making progress step by step is more inclined to be left behind. rationalizing their actions as being meaningful.

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