Jesus said that the blissful comforter will bring all things to remembrance. Bliss has that impact on a person, as I recall from my 1987 vision experience. (1) There I found myself tapping into all manner of knowledge that I probably would not have known ordinarily in the face of the overwhelming bliss I was feeling.
In the present situation, I received a book from Amazon.com on sacred geometry and found that nothing in my ordinary day-to-day life would explain my almost insatiable desire to read the book.
I’ve told many people that I have no time any more to read books. But I made an exception for this one.
I’ve had a life as a physical and sacred “geometer.” But I don’t remember any of the knowledge I presume I had then. However, I feel confidence around the subject, even though I know nothing about it.
I even went out to a local art supply store and bought a desk-sized drawing board and began immediately drawing all the figures in the book, which helped me understand the concepts. But I did all this not knowing why I was doing it.
Platonic solids, the Golden Mean, Fibbonaci sequences, fractals – I couldn’t get enough of it. Here I was cutting out triangles to make a five-pointed star and really understanding relationships and patterns that had been totally hidden from me. This was all new knowledge and strange territory, but I felt as if I already knew it (even though I don’t).
It isn’t that I’m remembering knowledge. I’m remembering enthusiasm.
Here’s another indication that our past lives may be coming to our conscious knowledge. In freshman college, I took Ancient Greek. And now here I am, today, poring over ancient Greek vocabulary lists, lapping it up. (2)
My point in saying this is to suggest that, as we enter this new transformational territory, we may find new interests arising without them having any foundation or prior appeal that we’re aware of. I hated mathematics in high school and university. (3) It was the opposite of everything I enjoyed – the humanities and social sciences were my “beat” and I roared through them. (In fact I may go out to UBC Library and spend a day flipping through kinesics, proxemics, semiotics, etc. But without confining, critical professors. I’m really bitten.)
At one point I was almost flipping through the pages as if it were a manual that I had used many times before and was totally familiar with – when I’m not familiar with it at all.
I experienced confidence, certainty and courage where there was no basis for any of them.
This is becoming in effect my diary of entry into and adaptation to the transformed space – whatever it is – Fourth-Dimensional, Fifth, Sixth or higher. We really are, all of us, explorers entering uncharted waters; in this case, regions of consciousness. If the world is flat, we’re going over!
The transformed space does take some getting used to. It doesn’t come with a user’s manual and there aren’t a lot of folks to rub shoulders with in the beginning.
I don’t know if you get the irony of that: As a lightworker and a believer in UFOs, Ascension, etc., there weren’t a lot of people to rub shoulders with anyways! And now!
I recall saying to myself today or yesterday that I was willing to model this transformed space, to demonstrate it. That’s a hugely confronting choice for me to make but I’m willing to do it. Well, I am doing it. This is what I do and chose to do.
Here’s to authenticity, transparency and self-revelation. They’re all the same thing. Coming out of our shells, making the whole thing public, opting to be seen rather than hidden. And making the best possible sense out of things that arise within us, which have no obvious or clear explanation.
Suzi is away so there’s only me answering email. I won’t be able to answer folks promptly, I’m afraid. Later, all will change.
Note from Suzi: I’m no longer away ♥
(1) On that experience, see “Chapter 13. Epilogue,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/spiritual-essays/16244-2/the-purpose-of-life-is-enlightenment/ch-13-epilogue/
(2) http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~ancgreek/vocabU/vocabmainU.html Alpha, beta, gamma, delta, epsilon…. It’s all coming back. And I love it!
(3) In a reading, AAM said that, at the end of this particular life, I said to him: “Please don’t ask me ever to study mathematics again.” And he agreed. But here I am.
There actually was another chap back then who was interested in numbers. I was more interested in relationships.