Part I. One foot in the real world.
Most people spend a large portion of their life thinking about the things they want to create, then they spend another large portion working hard to reach their goals, desires, and visions. While there’s nothing wrong with this approach, when you create from this space and time as a body in the 3D world, you are matter trying to change matter, and according to Newtonian Law, it’s going to take time.
But as many of us in this work have come to know, we’re more than just matter. While the body as matter is the vehicle which enables us to operate in this 3D realm, there is a greater part of ourselves that is connected to a field of information beyond this realm. In this quantum realm, a realm that exists beyond space and time, there is no separation and everything material is interconnected in oneness. Back here on Earth, however, within the confines of this 3D reality, we experience events or moments as separate things because our senses (the very thing that plugs us into this 3D reality) fool us into believing so.
In order to create from this unknown field, we have to get to a place where we disassociate from everything that is known. To do this, we have to become no body, no one, no thing, no where, in no time, for it’s in this place where we become pure consciousness. That’s why the meditations we do have a specific design to disconnect us from our outer worlds, our bodies, and our environment in linear time long enough to enter into this field of information.
The type of teachings I’m after are based on practical approaches to living a better life. The majority of people in our work strive to apply these principles so they can realize their dreams, visions, and enrich their lives and those around them—and have their dreams be drawn to them. In teaching this work all over the world, however, I’ve witnessed a percentage of people who use some of the principles to conveniently serve them so as to escape from the real world because they don’t want to actually face off with the obstacles with which life has challenged them to grow and evolve. Instead, the easier way is to simply mold or construct what they perceive as a philosophical truth based on the teachings. This gives them an excuse to not confront the real, every day challenges in their life. That’s not to say this work is easy, otherwise everyone would be doing it.
The challenge we most often see in this work is people getting frustrated, angry, and impatient because their life is not shifting fast enough. As a result, they start fighting, pushing, and forcing outcomes because they don’t yet have the patience or skills to be able to connect to, and create from, the field. This is because they are still the same body trying to change their body, the same personality trying to change their personal reality, or they’re expecting a different future despite living in the same predictable future. As a result, they try to control or force outcomes, or they escape confronting themselves by applying spiritual or philosophical principles that somehow serve them. In short, they become delusional to the effect that they manipulate the teachings to serve them.
Instead, they may say something like, “I had a vision and this is the way it is,” or, “I had this download which connects me to this outcome,” but the reality is they didn’t actually receive a download. They are just creatively coming up with an idea and seeing it as a truth because they don’t yet have the ability or the skills to really be able to execute effectively from the field. They can espouse all these principles and all these philosophies to escape from the real challenges that are taking place in their lives, but it won’t make their lives any better.
This is when students can become fanatical and overzealous about the philosophy, however, not engaged in true practical change or creation. We don’t need any more philosophers, the world is already full of them. What we need is more folks being the living example of truth. That’s when we embody the philosophy by overcoming our bodies, our environment, and time. That’s how we master ourselves and our lives.
Stayed tuned for Part II of One foot in the real world, one foot in the quantum world where I discuss the feedback system called 3D reality.