Not like you should accept any of this as gospel, because it isn’t. But simply to inspire your own lines of thinking and exploration, let me reproduce that post here.
Life in the third Dimension has been organized for hundreds of years along certain lines. For instance, our seeing and believing has been organized by the dominant scientific paradigm of empirical materialism, which holds that only things that can be seen, heard, felt, tasted, etc., are real.
Those people who are aware that a planetary elite tried unsuccessfully to take this planet over (they’ve been stopped) can see how well the paradigm of empirical materialism might serve them. It cuts us off from our natural sources of aid, which are higher-dimensional beings, often from distant parts of the universe, who serve the Divine Plan, observe the universal laws, but cannot be seen.
The standard approach to these beings, who are known to the planetary controllers, is to ridicule mention of them. But this being a time of shift, these beings, our natural allies, have seen that none of the plans of the cabal have been allowed to succeed, even if certain actions cannot be prohibited by universal law.
Alongside of this scientific paradigm of empirical materialism is a second paradigm that dovetails nicely and serves the purpose of the global elite. That is the social paradigm of Social Darwinism.
Darwinism sees nature as being red in tooth of claw. Life is a struggle for survival in which only the fittest survive.
Nature does have its predators and the existence of a law of free will means that God must allow many actions to occur impartially. However, that having been said, since the purpose of life is to realize our true essence (and that true essence is God), life does tend towards God or the Good, as Lao Tzu reminds us:
“Impartial though the Way of God may be,
It always favors good men.” (1)
The fact that nature may be red in tooth and claw does not mean that human society is so as well. In fact the weakest seldom go to the wall in human society. The young are protected. The sick are cured. The disabled are assisted. The old are cared for. And the dying are tended to as well.
The impact of Social Darwinism is to see that as little of the world’s wealth as possible is spent on what the cabal termed the world’s “useless eaters” (2) and as much as possible is spent on the elite itself or the protection and extension of its prerogatives.
To do so they hide behind rationales like “free enterprise” and “rugged individualism” except in circumstances where the elite itself is threatened, at which time they welcome government intervention.
The bank bailout is an example of that. But the tremendous defense outlays are as well since it’s the elite itself who start wars for their own benefit and use the terror they themselves create to erode civil rights and extend their control over others.
A life lived under these two paradigms sees us experience a great deal of trauma for a large number of reasons. And the precipitate of that trauma is what I call the constructed self.
We see that simply being ourselves is not enough to allow us to thrive and survive. And so we begin work to create a second self – an artificial self complete with projected self-image, script, act, lines, poses, postures, hidden investments and hidden agendas.
With that we lose touch with our world and become as artificial as a robot. And that describes a great deal of life in Third Dimensionality for a large number of the world’s population.
Enough said about Third Dimensionality. We are at least enroute to Fourth Dimensionality or in it, and headed for Fifth Dimensionality. What is the paradigm there?
The paradigm in the Fourth Dimension is flow. To leave behind us the constructed self takes an act of tremendous will, such as Lin-Chi (Rinzai) intimates here:
“Where the student is exerting all his strength, not a breath of air can pass, and the whole thing may be over as swiftly as a flash of lightning or a spark from a flint. If the student so much as bats an eye, the whole relationship could be spoiled. Apply the mind and at once there’s differentiation; rouse a thought and at once there’s error. The person who can understand this never ceases to be right before my eyes.” (3)
Once we leave the constructed self, we leave behind worry, anxiety, fear, dread, and many other negative emotions which are born of the constructed self and can only exist within it.
And once we leave the constructed self, we sooner or later become aware of what I call threshold states. Threshold states are states of being which we’re fully, completely or totally able to manifest.
So it may mean that we are fully responsible or totally self-expressive or completely self-sourcing. (Self-sourcing means to see that we are the source of our own love, authority, etc.)
As long as we’re in the constructed self, we tend not to be fully, totally or completely anything. Our minds are easily distracted. Our intentionality is weak. Our sense of our own authority is not strong either.
But once outside the constructed self, all of these states of being firm up.
(Continued in Part 2.)