The only real fear of Death is the fear of Ending…and there is no such thing. No end to you, no end to your consciousness, no end to this Dance. We may cross through gateways, travel between worlds, evolve to more dynamic conscious forms, and ride whirlwinds of Karma and Sanskaras, but we keep going. Death must be invited, honored, known to be a part of the Transformation. Of all the things that move us quickly along this Soul Path, it is our Deaths, and the lessons and Karma released by them, that are the accellerating forces of progression; Gravity towards the Source.
When we recognize our weakness, we allow our ego to let down its defenses, and can experience our real feelings. This disarming process enables our strength to be Born within, through the intensity of emotional and Spiritual release. It is when we are left with Nothing, that we find Everything.
Trust in this, and Be Blessed.
Your writing is very beautiful.
I`m not entirely sure I agree with this one though.
Do not people who `choose` to end their life fear pain or painful emotions more that death?
I found you on Gaia and I’ve been binging all your stuff the last few days. Really enjoying it! The Guardian Alliance is exactly what I’ve been looking for. I have two questions.
1. Have you heard of or do you use Spiral Dynamics as one of your systems of understanding the world?
2. Related to this blog post, is the goal of life to experience consciousness in all its forms or to release karma until we return to source? Is being in the oneness of source an ecstatic awareness or is their creation and expansion within this oneness that is separate from our own universe? Or perhaps a dwelling in high dimensions connected to the oneness, but helping humans/aliens on this 3rd dimensional plane? I would love to hear your thoughts.
1) Yes, I’m very familiar with Spiral Dynamics, and I proposed that they are essentially the interstitial growth processes between different layers of consciousness development, and in turn, Chakra development. However, I must also say in advance that I strongly disagree with certain frames that Wilbur uses, such as the use fo the term “magic” to define Purple’s “appeasing of the spirits” frame.
Each level stabilizes the intersection between two Chakras, with the lowest being connection between Root and Earth (Macrocosmic Physical Context) and the “highest” being connection between Crown and Infinite. Applied to the Guardian Alliance Archetypes, you can see some interesting links like how the Weaver (Sacral Chakra) requires dealing with both emotional security (Purple) and harnessing power (Red) sexually, socially, and otherwise. Healers (Heart Chakra) must balance peacemaking (Blue) with service to self and others (Orange) through achievement. Starwalkers (Third Eye) must develop the capacity to integrate first and second tier of self, receiving high levels of new insight (Yellow) and bridging those understandings into their societal and community lives (Green).
2) It’s a bit difficult to parse this series of questions, but I’ll approach them at the highest level:
First, experiencing consciousness in all its forms, and releasing karma in a return to Source, are essentially the same thing. One must experience consciousness across vast arrays of forms to both create and release karma, which is all part of the development of the Soul. I would also say that one is always Source, both AS and WITH, for neither of these terms have meaning in consideration of “that which encompasses all, is infinite, eternal, omni, everything and nothing” and beyond any language which can express an opposite or differentiation.
Whether the ultimate “goal” is loss of all differentiation, or the integration of all differentiation into the infinite complexity and individuality of Self, does not really seem to be the point. If we started as an undifferentiated Divine Self as God, then we are still That, and will always be That. It would also seem that we have chosen to experience differentiation, and so we must also acknowledge and honor what this experience has brought us, which is infinite individuation, which in itself a mirror of Divine Perfection.
As to this second phase of questions, I would point right back to the first premise. How can any “oneness with Source” be separate from anything? If Source was a place, position, moment in time, Universe, and/or state of consciousness, then it is not THE Source as we may define a term like “God” because it is limited in location, temporal, state-based, etc etc.
In short (and perhaps more poetic form), there is nothing to do because everything is already God, AND because everything is God there is everything to do to experience God.