We are searching happiness, satisfaction. We try to satisfy our desires, our longings. We seek it through religion or science and material things and we cling on to things and thoughts, our personalised belief systems. We wish to make the world a better place, but at the same time hold on to what we know, even if it is a system that is based on it being unbalanced such as what is called the economy. Never wondered what this word really means? It would certainly be related to efficiency and balance would it not?
A key point to understand is the idea that economic efficiency occurs “when the cost of producing a given output is as low as possible”. There’s a hidden assumption here, and that is the assumption that all else being equal. A change that lowers the quality of the good while at the same time lowers the cost of production does not increase economic efficiency. The concept of economic efficiency is only relevant when the quality of goods being produced is unchanged but it goes further than that, ensuring balance, no shortage, no over production, for the better of the common good.
If you have a car that continuously breaks down, it eventually is cheaper to buy a new one. If the system doesn’t work or fails time and time again you replace it do you not? Why am I telling you all this? Yes, some are waking up to this, some are even looking into alternative ways, be it because of the strain we place on nature or to disconnect from the dependency, the have and have not, the unbalance.. free energy, clean energy, healthy food, cleaner products to name a few. All good intentions that fall into the hands of those who thrive on it sooner or later, maintaining the have and have not culture.
How can we change it? To take away the drivers behind those systems. No not the persons but the drivers within these persons. A catch 22 really, the pot blaming the kettle, a thief stealing from a thief etc. So how and where do we start? Strangely enough I like to start with stem cells. So what are stem cells?
Stem cells are biological cells found in all multicellular organisms, that can divide (through mitosis) and differentiate into diverse specialized cell types and can self-renew to produce more stem cells. In mammals, there are two broad types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells, which are isolated from the inner cell mass of blastocysts, and adult stem cells, which are found in various tissues. In adult organisms, stem cells and progenitor cells act as a repair system for the body, replenishing adult tissues. In a developing embryo, stem cells can differentiate into all the specialized cells (these are called pluripotent cells), but also maintain the normal turnover of regenerative organs, such as blood, skin, or intestinal tissues.
The research is aiming to be able to replace and repair ill or damaged parts of the body, to the point if it were possible to replace parts like a lizard does with its tail when losing it. Embryonic stem cells have the ability to become anything from blood cell to heart cell and enough of them a whole heart. Keep this in mind and move on to something else for a moment. Light, and its different wavelengths and sound, and its different wavelengths gamma rays micro waves all could be translated to frequencies. These waves are of different lengths. If we take a base line or zero line, the wave length is determined by where they touch the baseline.
Now see the wave below the baseline as negative and above the baseline as positive. And the neutral (the baseline) much like the moment between two breaths. They are curved positively charged or negatively charged moving away and returning again. Where they come together they also separate again, now this reminds me of man and woman. They come together and then a sperm cell and egg come together to become one, and then division starts again, the single cell splits in two, four, eight…………etc.
We could say that that single cell contains both or as in the stem cell all the different parts in principle. Just like white light contains the different colours, if we split light into its different colours we also disconnect and separate, each having a part or quality, like the stem cell being complete and normal cells only a part. This is, in a way, similar with the chakras, each a disconnected part of the whole. Therefore on its own it does not automatically take the others into account. Just like personality which is made up by the emotional body. If fear comes up then it does not care about the other parts of personality, it can be in conflict or override.
In this split from one to two knowledge is lost, just like with you losing the info prior to the division while the previous is encoded, you have lost knowledge of the cause of it.
Now each chakra has a different wavelength and they are linked, so if one raises then the lower one raises a stem too. Remember this for a moment.
You identify with the body, I feel, I smell, I taste, I hear, I think and I see. You are aware of the larger sum of the parts, the body, legs, arms etc. But you are not aware of the individual cells that make up the part. But the cell has a level of consciousness too. It might only know plus or minus, on or off, in clusters it has a higher level of conscious. Like a single cell of the heart, or the group of cells that make up the heart. You have the ability to rule over the larger parts and lesser over the smaller individual parts.
If we go to animal or plant life the level of individual cell and as a whole are on a lower level of consciousness but interconnected too. There is a lesser distance between the lesser and the whole, therefore the higher of the two is still consciously connected to the individual cells. The higher on the ladder the greater the distance and control over the individual cells.
Smaller animals, lizards for instance, can regenerate their cells to make a new tail when it had to let go of it. Smaller still, ants. They have their control and awareness of their smaller parts, but less of its whole, this whole lies in the collective, a colony like termites, bees etc. So consciousness has many levels, it is in each cell but in its collective too. Just like you. But you lost the awareness of the individual cells and the collective inner parts to some degree. This collective consciousness like that of the termites, can also been seen in Rupert Sheldrake’s experiment/observation of the monkey that started washing his food in salty seawater and without possible contact between the different islands, other monkeys started to do the same once there was a certain amount of monkeys doing it on a single island. Consciousness can be seen as the zero point, there where the two come together like in these waves. It is not matter, not positive or negative by nature, but in the curve of the wave there is this silver line that is still connected from where it was in the previous neutral line, that lies between the opposites plus and minus, like that inner knowing that seems to drive us in searching, but we do not have a clear picture of it.
Neanderthal had their self-awareness on a lower level, their chain of command and awareness were higher in the lower level than present day humans who have raised their awareness, and therefore closer to nature. There, what we would now call instincts, were higher. More aware of them and therefore able to translate them more and understand them, just like we do, of our senses, but as it rose, it pulled the lower ones up too and therefore lesser with the layers below. Our senses are all focussed on externals, seeing, feeling, smell, taste and hearing. Our conscious is focussed on the external world and gets its info from there, far less on the internal. I have told you that this single cell has a ruling one, that is the group, which is more whole, the sum total so to speak is like one. On a little higher scale. But if it wishes to have a healthy colony it must remain aware of its single parts so they can operate as a whole. You cannot simply disconnect to raise consciousness. But where is that greater oneness that sees the whole? Where are those chains that keeps us from raising that consciousness? What is that curved line to positive and negative, and the inborn nature to trace back. The past influencing the present and the future, our attachments, remember you cannot use those externally focussing senses.
So we need to bring the two together, male-female, positive and negative, to this neutral one, in its centre, from there light bursts forth, from there it can be lifted up, but this time we will raise out of the material shackles, the snake that curled around the tree for an eternity, “8”, that needs to become the staff, perhaps you recall the story:
Moses is commanded to throw down his staff, and when he does so, it turns into a snake (nachash). God then tells Moses to grab the snake by the tail, and when he does so the snake reverts back into a staff.
Your consciousness at times, sinks down into the emotional body and its frequency alters like a string of a guitar, “the wave” plus or negative, because of attachment. Some will tell you to simply ignore this drawing down into the emotional body and just be love. Others say you need to give up all material desires, live a simple life, live like a monk. But attachment does not simply disappear by ignoring it. It will just wait for the moment you are looking the other way.
So this single pointedness, where these 3 are joined as one, is both the point and the circle of which it is its centre. In other words, finding this unity centre within yourself connects you with the circle/sphere, sum total of all parts within it. And because we have reached the highest step on the lower plain, consciousness can raise above personality, above humanity and be one with it. Remember consciousness is like a string of beads. If the highest one moves up a step the others do too.
This point and the separation, like that of the cell and the moment it divides, is on the grander scale the big bang of the scientist. Such are the shifts of consciousness throughout the ages, a renewal, where those still attached loose the life force.
Moshiya van den Broek