— — Sacred Life Connections — —
Moving into the Age of Aquarius we are beginning to connect with science and spirituality as never before. We are at the point the veil between the two is being lifted and faith is being replaced by knowing. We are all evolving toward higher consciousness and as we do we connect more of the dots to the inter-workings of the universe around us. Science by definition is the observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of phenomena. In this age we are understanding the “invisible” phenomenas as never before. We are merging science with spirituality. Spirituality, on the other hand, is generally harder to define being a study of the invisible forces around us. Spirituality is the preoccupation with what concerns human inner nature, especially ethical or ideological values. When the invisible becomes visible then through experimentation the phenomena is more widely accepted as fact and science.
Teachers, theologians and scientists alike have understood there is no separation. It is only fears and doubt that lead to confusion. When one moves forward in love and faith the patterns of universal functioning are observable. The teachings of universality are all about us as shown in sacred texts and manuscripts throughout history. In Western and Eastern cultures alike the knowledge of esoteric sciences have been recorded and taught for centuries. Sacred Geometry acts as a keystone for this blending of the mind and the heart. Science, in and of its self, can give many examples of universal connection, but it is the knowledge of consciousness and the unification of love that can bring examples of the unseen universe to make for a much fuller and richer picture. In this chapter we will explore the connection to show both science and spirituality are one and the same.
Sacred Geometry acts as a keystone for the blending of the mind and the heart.In Christian literature there are many examples of the creative process in action. Over centuries of time many teachings of the connection between love and the mind have been lost in the regular and constant rewrites of both the old and the new testaments of the so-called Holy Bible. A reader of this sacred text, as well as all so-called sacred texts, must read with discernment allowing what resonates with their own heart to be accepted as genuine. However, with that being said, in the area of science the editing over the centuries has left the creative process described relatively unscathed. Most of the editing involved has been toward a propensity to remove our god-hood and mastery in an attempt to place deity as something outside ourselves. In reality, God potential is in us as is our omnipotent power to create. In sacred texts there is still much information retained in the area of universal creative functioning, much of which can bring the observer to a heightened sense of awareness.
— — Genesis 1:1-3 — —
Genesis 1:1-3 (KJV) In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light
In these first three verses of the King James version of the Christian Bible the observer can place themselves in the creative process. Each and all of us have creative ability to speak The Word and manifest our reality. Substituting the word God for the words of creative function or source allows the observer to see these verses from this sacred text are written to describe a process we all use; to create. In the beginning of any creative process there is consciousness, otherwise called the observer. Verse one refers to this being or observer as God. As it states, “In the Beginning” of any creative process there is a merging of space (heaven) and earth (matter).
The Word, that is movement, directed by intention, flows into the void of “deep” space where all is void and without form, yet in which rests all unrealized potential.In verse two it is the moving upon these two in consciousness and intention that “creates.” Before the movement in consciousness through intention to create there is no form. All potential to create out of the space matrix is available but it takes “spirit”, that is will, to move and coalesce matter from the so-called invisible. Water, being super sensitive to cosmic influxes, is synonymous with consciousness. The Word, that is movement, directed by intention, flows into the void of “deep” space where all is void and without form, yet in which rests all unrealized potential. Within the consciousness of space the manifestation begins to take place, creation happens. Sound and Light are the two base creative functions of the universe. Sound goes forth (referred to as “God said”) and creates. The first visible manifestation of the intention is Light as the infinite potential of space responds; from no form arises form and from heaven arises earth.
— — Genesis 3:22 & Revelation 22:3 — —
In the first few chapters of the Christian Bible there is much symbolism used to connect the observer with a process of human evolution. Eons of time had passed on earth in a period referred to as the Creation in seven days. Consciousness had brought forth human-kind and from this same consciousness arose all manner of creation upon the earth. In the earliest days human-kind man was in complete harmony with nature, there was no death or decay and all was in perfect order. This was a time symbolically called “The Garden of Eden.” Yet, consciousness evolves to come to understand itself and the world around it. We choose through freewill and directed intention to “connect the dots” as to “Why we are One?” This discovery process is symbolized as “to know good and evil”, that is to say to align with universal source or to not. There is only one source yet there are many pathways to understand and evolve back to complete harmony with it. In the process of evolution we learn through attempting to follow the path that appears most harmonious, however, the wisest and most expedient choices are not always made. This theologians have referred to as battle of good and evil, also known as the War of Armageddon. In Genesis 3:22 the observer is asked to “...put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever.” This is the process of discovering our oneness with the matrix of space and its rejuvenating properties.
Consciousness evolves to come to understand itself and the world around it. We choose through freewill and directed intention to “connect the dots” as to “Why we are One?”Through some type of mystical synchronicity the first and last book of the Bible, Genesis 3:22 and Revelation 22:3 connect numerically. In Revelation 22:3 the “curse”, set forth in the uncovering and misuse of our own universal potential, is removed. In this revelatory final book of the Christian Bible mankind discovers the process of removing decay and death. The process of entropy is understood through merging science with spirituality. The “evil” (separation from Source) is removed as true knowledge sweeps the earth bring healing and restoration, returning us all to our foundation of Oneness as set forth in the “Garden of Eden.” Scientifically entropy is defined: “The tendency for all matter and energy in the universe to evolve toward a state of inert uniformity.” Here, it is believed within the thought form of life and death that energy does not transform and becomes inert – having no inherent ability to move or to resist motion. In the connection science is now learning from the invisible (spirituality), it is now known energy is timeless and eternally transforming and evolving into higher states of consciousness and organization. This is the reverse of the antiquated philosophy of entropy and is brought forth through the symbolism found in the Book of Revelation as we enter into this Golden Age.
— — Tree of Life — —
The symbol of the Tree of Life is found in many cultures and religions throughout the earth. In most cases it is a description or story about humankind's return to universal source. It is often used as a map of consciousness to discover and outline specific steps, patterns and procedures to connect self with universal self. In this process the observer connects intellectually and spiritually in ways to move from death and decay (entropy) to universal oneness and life eternal. The Tree of Life can potentially be applied to every area of life since its energies represent the basis of all Creation. It is used to understand the subconscious and inner world of humankind or what Kabbalists call the higher self. The Tree of Life represents a blending of the microcosm of the individual soul and the macrocosm of the divine soul. . . .
The Tree of Life represents a blending of the microcosm of the individual soul and the macrocosm of the divine soul.. . . . It is a study of the lower and higher characteristics or what could be called the vibrational centers, as in chakras, of human kind. The upper and lower work in harmony with each other. In Torah B'reshith 1:20 it reads, “And Elohim said the waters will swarm with movement of living-being.” The waters, that is consciousness, blend the energies (good and evil) into one within the living being. In reality there is no good and evil, only lower and higher frequencies or vibrations. The concept is the same as within the living being is the dark (unconsciousness) and the light (consciousness). The observer is shown the path toward total consciousness through pathways that connect the physical realm with higher metaphysical realms. . . .
. . . . In Merkaba literature four of the Directional Sefiroth are correlated with Chayot or Living Beings. It is these four living beings that are referred to strongly in Ezekiel chapter 1 and Revelation chapter 4. The geometric layout of the Tree of Life's Sefiroth connect perfectly with the layout of the symmetry points of the Flower of Life. . . .
. . . . Connecting the gateways between the central energy point of the central circle and Sefiroth to the upper and lower energy points allows the observer to commune symmetrically. Within this sacred geometrical arrangement the individual connects in a similar manner as experienced with their chakra system. Each and every part of the Tree of Life and the chakra energy points function independently and as a whole. Just like the rainbow's energy structure there are slower and faster vibrations or frequencies, none is more important than the next. Simply, the faster the vibration, the greater the reach into cosmic and ethereal energy, the slower it is the more grounded and matter oriented the connection will be. The Tree of Life gives us a cosmic blueprint for evolving into higher and higher vibrations while always remaining connected to our foundational roots, thus connecting the observer to heaven and earth.
— — The Rainbow Convenant — —
Cultures and religions around the earth have long associated the rainbow with a covenant of peace and blessings. Connections to the rainbow flourish because of its association to appearing after the storm. The rainbow gives on lookers a peaceful feeling. It is believed the seven colors of the rainbow connect energetically with the colors of our own chakra system allowing for harmony in our being. . . .
. . . . It is believed the scientific law “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” may have a lot to do with this great flood as well. In Hinduism and Buddhism this is called, “The Law of Karma.” Karma in Sanskrit is literally interpreted: deed or action that has consequences. It is believed that at this point in the earth's early history the actions and deeds of the world's populous had become so corrupt it may of taking eons of time for the “karma” to be worked out. Humankind's path toward greater consciousness had made so many poor choices in its evolution process it may of taken tens of thousands of years to bring itself back into universal harmony as represented in the symbolisms of the Garden of Eden. This direct feed back of what Christian teachings refer to as “What one sows that too shall they reap” is believed to be the greatest reason: “waters became a flood to destroy all flesh.”. . .
. . . . As the parable goes; Noah, his family and all creatures great and small were placed upon a mighty ark during the flood. At the end of many days a white dove was sent out to see if any dry land could be found. When the dove came back with a reed in its beak they knew the day of discovery of their new world had been realized. It was at this very instant “God” (universal super conscious) spoke the rainbow covenant three times, saying in essence each time, “This Rainbow is a token of my covenant, waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh.” Three times the universal super conscious structure of the universe promised the law of karma would not become so overwhelming that it would destroy all flesh that is upon the earth. This triple covenant was sealed with the token of the rainbow as a symbol of peace and as a reminder of humankind's connection with universal source. A token is defined as: “Something serving as an indication, proof, or expression of something else.” The rainbow, in and of itself, is not the covenant, it is a representation of the covenant. The rainbow's science, unification and spiritual implications are our reminders of the covenant between us and the universal.
— — Yin Yang — —
The Yin Yang is a flow of complementary actions, each equal to the other yet separate. In Western cultures it is commonly referred to as Yin and Yang, which also think of it to be reflections of good and evil. In the Chinese Taoist philosophy originating about 1000 AD the Yin Yang was not meant to be simply a study of good and evil. In Yin Yang teachings and many other universal philosophies good/evil or love/hate are not complementary opposites of each other.
Instead, it would be love/wisdom and heart/mind which complement each other. It is believed Yin Yang originated from Confucian cosmological philosopher, Chou Tun-yi, who observed the cyclical relationship of all things. Eastern cultures use the Yin Yang to show all reflect balance and harmony. Though forces may be opposing each other they are not in opposition to each other. Light and dark are two polarities of the same description, as is cold and hot. All flows from the one universal source and then reflects in mannerisms of duality, dependent upon each other and seeking to return to perfect balance.. . .
. . . . The Yin Yang is a process and study of how these opposing polarities complement each other. In the Yin Yang circular diagram, one of the world's most recognized symbols, the forces of Yin Yang representationally appear upon is called Taijitu. The Taijitu is shown in many forms in Chinese cultures yet is most commonly in the form of a circle. The enclosing circle represents the Universe. In Latin the word universe translates to mean “One Turn.” . . .
. . . . Drawing semicircles from the center of the quadrant's upper and lower axes points in opposing directions makes the widely recognized symbol of harmonious balance. The center of these axes point are the position of the “eyes” of the two interlinking “fish” of the Yin Yang. Within each point or eye symbolically contains the seed of the other. This is why we see a white spot of Yang in the black Yin and vice versa.
The enclosing circle of Yin Yang represents the Universe translated to mean “One Turn.” Geometrically and mathematically the Yin and the Yang complement each other.
The axes points that determine the placement of the inner semicircles of the Yin Yang are drawn upon the up/down axis of the Taijitu. The same diagram can also be drawn by using the quadrant points for the central points of the outer circle for the left/right axis. This is to say, the central points of the inner circles can reflect each other at north/south and east/west axes. This relationship is the foundation for the seven interlinking circles as found in the Revelation Four Diagram. . . .
. . . . The Yin Yang principles of many cosmological perspectives were similar yet independently dependent on each other representing the four different rotational views of the Taijitu diagram. Yin Yang is harmonious unity, opposing yet complementary, great extremes bounded in the immensity of the great universal mind.
The Yin Yang relationship is the foundation for the seven interlinking circles as found in the Revelation Four Diagram.
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