The Personality Breath

Our nature is to be in oneness with everything. Every disconnection and detour, we might say, is an abstraction from the whole, and the more we reinforce that abstraction the more it becomes part of our ego projection, and, therefore, an aspect of personality. The process of letting go is to gently make our return to the natural state of oneness to which we belong. (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)

John: In my meditation dream I am welling in the subtle vibrations of an inner beingness. The vibrations that are harbored within shape my projections. Such vibrations intertwine with the overall atmosphere, which means that what I embody corresponds to the overall. Thus, I am a byproduct of all that there is, and the outer is a reflection of that which I embody within – which means I’m not separate from the overall, I am enmeshed in all that there is, and everything within intertwines with everything without, and vice versa. 

This is what a one-body does. The link is the heart breath. The vacillations of the heart breath correspond to the way I bifurcate my attention from the whole. Such choices shut off things in the overall beingness. Such choices create a personality; that personality takes possession of me. The brainwaves of the etheric correspond to the choices I have made. 

To simplify all of this, I have to let go of the vibrations I have embraced which correspond to what I have become. To transform what I have become from a personality, and entity, which inhibits the breath, or functions in an inhibited breath, the breath washes the all-pervasive heart. 

Everything is breath. A breath that goes astray from the overallness causes the heart to suffer. The world soul and the heart of the world are meant to be one and the same. Our cells are the product of the cells of inner and outer as one. So when we breathe the personality breath, we forsake the symmetry. Symmetry is, again, I guess another way of saying the one body; in other words, it all has to work in conjunction. If something isn’t quite working in conjunction, then you set off emotions of the differentiation that exists. 

As a lower-self we embody all of the animalistic traits, and all animalistic traits are parasitic in some degree, apparently. And the difference between us and the animalistic nature of things, is we’ve gone from instinct to a kind of consciousness of the whole, or so we should have. Instead to the degree to which we go around and have our own cognitions of this, that, or the other is the degree to which we then seek out and employ the differentiated animalistic parasitic qualities to enhance the bifurcation. 

In a perfectly balanced world of letting go and of wholeness, all of that still exists but it isn’t something that we have exuded into an accentuation. The hormones and all of that sort of stuff are things that get exuded in an accentuation that come up more out of the instinctual side of one’s nature. And the way we see ourselves as a personality that works in conjunction with how we have allowed ourselves to be possessed. 

In other words, we don’t seem to be able to recognize the big picture that everything is an abstraction from the whole that we perceive, and that the whole is something that we just embody. We settle for these abstractions, and as long as we settle for an abstraction you’re going to have something that can be measured, that denotes what the abstraction looks like. 

And I guess you could call it parasitic, or you could call it all kinds of things. And it’s going to, if you are able to look at it closely, it’s going to have an effect in some way, shape, or form upon the way your synapses fire off because your synapses aren’t taking into account the big picture, they’re only taking into account something that is spellbound.

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