Written by Mathew Naismith unless otherwise stated
I thought it would be a good idea to indicate the meaning in what some of my concept are about & to show the associated imperatives in this blog as some of my concepts & theories are quite differential to the average concepts & ideologies of main stream spiritualism/mysticism. I will categorise this post under a separate heading as well for easy access at any time on my blog.
Illusion- I will not indicate or accept that illusions exist only in reference will I do so. I believe if it vibrates it exists even thought to one extent or another as it all vibrates so in actual fact illusion can’t exist as such but delusion can.
So where did the ideological concept of illusions come from? If we only become partially spiritually connected to the extent of becoming aware of our inner self the rest of existence seems at this stage to be of an illusion but the more connected we become the less this seems true for the main reason we find everything is of the same in a connective way. This is saying everything is connected so if we are connected to everything how does one find one connectedness an illusion & another not? Everything is a part of us. Don’t take this connectedness to everything as oneness either as I will explain further under oneness.
Oneness- I refer to oneness a fair bit within this blog but it’s not in reference to everything being one thing as describes in one of my posts The paradox of oneness. http://spiritualityscience.aussieblogs.com.au/2013/02/06/the-paradox-of-oneness/
My reference to oneness is that all of everything is connected which can give us a delusion of oneness remembering the meaning of delusion can mean misunderstanding/ misconception. This misconception is brought about by again not being connected enough to make a true deductive analysis of our conscious state of awareness, because it feels good we tend to stop at a certain level of conscious understanding which is very human thus this gives us an impression this is it there can’t be anymore. When you go on a little further in conscious development which also feels good we find that what we thought was oneness isn’t after all & this feeling of oneness comes from feeling connected to literally everything in existence.
Ego/judgment- This is my favourite because so many spiritually aware people I’ve come across in various forums on the net are trying to rid themselves of the ego & judgment in particular. There is a big difference between ego & egotism as there is in judgment & judgmental. First the ego & egotism. I believe as stated in various posts like the post titled The ego reloaded that we live the ego in everything we do but this shouldn’t be confused in living an egotistical life. http://spiritualityscience.aussieblogs.com.au/2013/02/22/the-ego-reloaded/
Judgment & judgmental are also confusing for us to what defines judgment & when does judgment become judgmental? As with the ego we can’t live without judgment as all of us judge the weather or how appropriately dressed we are for work, judgment is a necessity however where judgment is objective judgmental is subjective in that it can be too critical thus conflictive. Anything that denotes or supports conflicts we must look at seriously if it is going to be constructive & destructive, objective or subjective, judgment or judgmental, ego or egotistical!!
Again we are judging that the ego & judgment of being of just negative content when in a partial awareness state of consciousness which is brought about by not being connected enough to see the big picture, once a bigger picture is seen the ego & judgment are seen in quite a different more positive light like with anything. I do find it strange that some people will pre-judge the ego & judgment as being negative but they don’t look at this as being judgmental, I don’t get it!!
Unconditional love- Another confusing noun/verb used a lot by spiritually aware people. Again confusion comes about by not being connected enough before making a deductive analysis. We get to a certain state of awareness/connectedness & stop there & make judgment in what we are experiencing right at that point that this is the be & end all, I know a lot of western teachings teaches us this because they too are only partially connected but it’s not true because there is always more because the big picture is for ever expanding as consciousness does.
Another thing, you are only going to be told what you want to hear because they want to sell themselves, they are marketing themselves to gain a profit & make a living & this doesn’t entail telling all of the truth as we know it.
We again get to a certain point of awareness/connectedness & go WOW this is it I found it when we come to feeling unconditional love but unconditional love isn’t just about a feelings but about a principle of understanding & being able to actually act out unconditional love which includes loving the things you hate or despise. For example, these same people who despise or have some sort of conflict with the ego & judgment also feel unconditional love but unconditional love has no conditions what’s so ever so they would also have to be accepting of the ego & judgment as well but they don’t, again I don’t get it!!!
Further reference to unconditional love: The love of it all http://spiritualityscience.aussieblogs.com.au/2013/03/02/the-love-of-it-all/
Vibrations/Frequencies: High & low vibrations are what because high & low vibrations actually have two references to what they mean, this can be quite confusing especially to a newcomer. Some people will relate high vibrations to fast vibrations or low vibrations to slow vibrations but they are significantly different depending on what we are referring too as I will try to explain.
High & low vibration relate to how consciously aware one is however a fast & slow vibration relate to how fast or slow you are actually vibrating at physically & mentally. For an example how do you feel when in meditation or in some other calming state of consciousness? This is the confusing bit because you could say you were at a low vibrational level as you can feel everything slow down, you are literally vibrating at a slower rate which lowers your frequencies that you are vibrating at so a low vibration can actually mean you’re either physically vibrating at a slow rate or your awareness is low but of course if your meditating for starters your awareness can’t be low because you had the awareness to mediate in the first place. This of course relates to high & fast vibrations as well once you consider frequencies in the equation as a high frequency can relate to fast frequencies.
We do relate high to fast & slow to low so how confusing is that? To simplify it if you are vibrating at a high level through consciousness you can’t be physically or mentally vibrating at a high or fast vibrational rate as it’s only your conscious awareness that has risen not your actual physical self, in actual fact your mind & body actually physically slow down while you are in a more aware state of consciousness.
High/fast conscious awareness = lower mind/body vibrations
High/fast mind/body vibrations = lower conscious awareness
The difference is one is in reference to the conscious state of awareness & the other the mind & body.
I’m going to halt it there for a while unless anyone else wants to add onto this list, feel free to contact me & I will insert your Interpreted contribution with the authors name attached & I will also insert any related links you advocate as being appropriate, thank you.