a course in miracles
I’m sure that your initial thought upon seeing the title of this post was something related to the word “blasphemous”. How could anyone state that a day that claimed so many lives via such a hideous event could contain hidden elements of Spirituality? Of course there were the continuous comments made by certain facets of the Christian community that this was God’s punishment for our secular lives. Personally, I never bought into that. I have a much deeper yet controversial view of that which I will explain in Part 2.
Sometime shortly after the initial affect settled down I had a revelation about the Big Picture of this day. The statement I’m about to make is going to address something most people don’t ever think about in their day to day lives. It is a known concept in the area of Jungian psychology called The Collective Unconscious but as far as your day to day vocabulary it is non-existent because as a general rule, the general populace doesn’t think outside of its immediate boxes. There is nothing wrong with that because It Is What It Is Until It Isn’t.
I have only briefly studied Carl Jung but intend to do more because I see his work as the foundation of the Human Trinity that consists of the Conscious, Sub Conscious, and Super Conscious and from the little that I’ve studied contains deeply Spiritual indications. The little that I have come to understand of this in relation to Spirituality is that no part of the Spirit is Unconscious as in unaware; hence I refer it to as The Collective Consciousness or The Collective in short. Because the Spirit exists in the Unseen and people generally accept the edict that if you can’t see it then it doesn’t exist, then that which pertains to the Spiritual Consciousness resides in our unseen or unconscious minds. Enough of the psycho spiritual babble for now.
The revelation I mentioned previously in connection to The Collective comes from watching all of the television coverage during the attacks, subsequent destruction of the WTC towers and the aftermath of the experience. Many people were looking to God for the answers as to how this could happen to us. At that point I realized that from the perspective of The Collective that there were a huge number of people in a single incident turning to God, regardless of how that God is defined (I’ve already discussed the My God Your God stuff). If you think about this for a moment in relation to The Collective, it then ends up being the most spiritual moment in the entire history of mankind, namely because the population of the Earth in conjunction with the technology connected the entire planet to this incident.
So now that I’ve got you thinking about this in conjunction to the affect it had on The Collective Consciousness, what does it mean? Continue reading
- “Existence is a permeating state of perpetual motion.”
by Jeff Staebell, My Life Experiences
- “You must be very grounded in the 3D world to integrate and understand the myriad of fine symbols and meanings of other realities. First of all you must clearly love and accept yourself for who you are and this is no small task When you can lovingly recognize yourself as your own creation you free yourself from the mass induced trance of powerless living. You must live your life with clear boundaries and distinctions applying great discernment and discrimination of mind to all you encounter. In addition you must learn to honestly and openly express your feelings and emphasize you own self worth as you learn to develop a true love for who you are. Conditions, excuses, competitions or wishing you were someone else will get you nowhere; and if you live life with few boundaries you may find yourself greatly infringed upon by characters not only of this dimension but others as well. You must first learn to treasure and value your human form and then you can learn to enhance your perceptions and begin to explore the web of existence by paying attention to the greater influx of vital life sustaining energies that filled your world.”
by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians
- “Although negative passions may run high, they do not have to rule you. Your inner peace and the sanctity of your being aren’t worth trashing because of some negative feeling you have about something. Just let it go, and return to the knowing and experiencing of who you really are. Try not to abandon the self. Try very hard. In the end, your soul will be so grateful.”
by Neale Donald Walsch, Conversation with God Series