Monthly Archives: July 2011


The nature of existence and the dynamic movement of consciousness between the creator and the creation is cyclical. Re-emergence is the counterpart of immersion and completes the energetic circuit between the creator and the creation. We use the term re-emergence as an indicator that the evolutionary process of returning to the source is not a removal or a separation from the physical plane of existence, but rather born from it.
When the seed of consciousness is immersed into physical creation, it begins the gestation process of re-emergence into an expression of the creative force that bore it.
Within this cycle lays the origins of existence created by energetic movement to and from the polarity created between the creator and the creation. Each cycle of immersion and re-emergence propels creation to a more refined state of consciousness, therefore, expressing the creative source more fully in physical form. This re-emergence process is the foundation for the concept of evolution. Creation is always redefining itself to be a more perfect expression of the consciousness that created it and, therefore, redefining how creation sees the creator.

This concept can be better understood when you observe both the ecological evolution of the planet and the sociological development […]

July 28th, 2011|Creation|

Anatomy of Surrender

When one thinks of the word surrender, one often feels that to surrender is to be defeated. One surrenders when they have become overpowered, no longer able to endure, incapable of victory. Within human society and military operations this definition is quite accurate. Surrender is synomous with defeat.

So, it is expected when one is asked to spiritually surrender that it could mean defeat. We have been powerless against our own demons and beleaguered and disheveled, fatigued and confused. We give up. And, indeed, this behavior is very much parallel to society’s concept of surrender.

Nothing could be further from the truth. Spiritual surrender has nothing to do with giving up; it has nothing to do with defeat; it has nothing to do with going to battle.
In fact, when one does not surrender, they are already defeated.
With that in mind, let us explore the concept of surrender and how it pertains to the aspect of Consciousness which is the thought, the One Thought, encompassed within the mind of humanity.

One might question why we would say not to surrender is to be defeated. Surrender is a lack of participation in that which we do not wish to participate in. The only way […]

July 22nd, 2011|Consciousness, The One Mind|

Chance or Fate?

This question has haunted humanity since the beginning of time. It is certainly understood that physical existence is littered with the possibility and potential for calamity and tragedy. When a catastrophe strikes, an accident maims or kills, a natural disaster takes the lives of many, one questions if it was the “luck of the draw” or was there a purposeful and intentional focus toward these victims and locales. God has often been blamed for calamity and accused of singling out individuals or cities for destruction. A child born with a handicap is often seen as God’s will, or a young mother dying of cancer as some divine plan. Perhaps these statements, rather than offering an explanation or comfort, give an excuse to hide behind for what cannot be rationally explained.

There is some history to this belief that God wields the gavel of judgment against the world and its people. Be it Sodom and Gomorrah or the promise of death and destruction at the end of time, the Almighty has been seen a rather merciless monarch battering his subjects into compliance by threats of physical tribulation. The belief system even goes as far as to state that the good will […]

July 13th, 2011|Awakening, Physicality|

Turn Around

Perspective and the point of observation are extremely important in one’s cognitive ability to comprehend what is being observed. Humanity, in its pursuit of spiritual truths, is often amiss in their point of observation.

In the past, we have used the analogy that any destination is but a short distance away, as well as being a great distance, depending on the direction you are facing. The example is if you are standing in front of your home, you are but a few feet from it. If you turn and begin to walk toward your home in the opposite direction, you will literally need to encircle the planet to reach your destination. So the distance to any destination is in direct proportion to your perception and, therefore, the perceived action needed to attain your goal. This truth reflects the interaction of the universe and consciousness, that any action is a movement towards yourself.

In the pursuit of any goal, it would seem logical that you would choose the most efficient and effective path to your destination. You would tell a friend who was walking towards their house by going in the opposite direction that they might want to turn around and take […]

July 1st, 2011|Awakening, Spirituality|

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