THE FOG – Aging Cosmic Love
In the world we see with our eyes we will find a reality based on concrete materialism. In the world we see with our inner eye we will see something completely different. When we try to see the world with the third eye we are required to view the world in abstract concepts and mystery. Put simply, there is more to life than what we can observe with the naked eye. This is an ancient truth we have known even before the discovery of microscopy.
Today we refer to the mysteries of quantum theory where in the past we referred to the mysteries of the sacred. Regardless of where we are along this path of discovery there will always be more to us than we can possibly comprehend. This is why even if each person on the planet had a million dollars in a bank we would still ask the question, is there not more to life than this? This is why the “eye” which can only see through materialism is so easily seduced by greed. This is not the attitude humans are born with. At birth our souls are bestowed with an innate purpose. Unfortunately once born into a physical body this purpose quickly becomes seduced by the offerings of the material world. This is why everyone will eventually ask themselves the same question. Is this all there is?
Imagine if every person born into the world could ask this question from the moment they took their first breath. But alas, this is not how the Creator has designed us. We are dependent on our parents or elders to instill within us the thirst for answers to such questions. This is how we establish intimate communities founded on love. However in many cases this seems to rarely happen. At some point in human history we lost the sacred and many of our elders became seduced. So now we have lost the ability to teach our children how to see with the third eye. As a result we teach them values based on greed, getting ahead and collecting as much prestige and power as possible. No wonder Mother Earth is being murdered. If Mother Earth is being murdered this means we have become her murderer. The question we all must answer right now is how did I let this happen and what must I do about it? We need to return to nature right now and ask Mother Earth to forgive us. Then we must return to the important questions of life. We must return to the search for the answers to the questions we were given when we took our first breath.
In today’s world, if we are lucky, we receive an education, provide a secure and stable life for ourselves and our families, and reap the benefits. But then what? I suggest the only way to discover the question you have been given at birth is to renounce the comfort of success and retirement. To simply sit out the rest of your life relaxing on a beach or a pile of money is not why you spent your life working. When we mature, hopefully we have attained some level of wisdom. This is the time we must renounce the trappings of material success and take up the quest to go off in search of something more. This is the opposite of what the corporate mentality strives for. We are all told if we work hard we can achieve financial success and retire on the beach. Is this really what retirement is about? After spending a life of learning and acquiring knowledge are we to simply cast wisdom to the side and relax. Does this not equate to reaching the finish line and stopping just short of crossing over it. To not cross over or participate in our final transformation should be inconceivable. But this is exactly how the corporate gurus have seduced our elders when they could be at their most productive. As a result what we have are aging obsolete people being warehoused as society slowly loses its value for seniors. The truth is the corporate reality does not include seniors because they are not perceived to have any intrinsic value. It is true some societies still value their elders. But in the world of the greedy industrial complex too many seniors are forced to retire and put out to pasture before life culminates in its ultimate purpose. However if we remain faithful to the quest we will discover in the end that there is no such thing as a corporate reality. Corporations are simply groups of people who have bought into the great seduction. The sad thing is people who support corporations are not bad. They actually believe they are doing some kind of good in the world. But the truth is they are the most profound expression of illusion. This is why the planet is being killed before our eyes and unless we wake up we are all accomplices. If your idea of change is to support the corporate fantasy which is largely responsible for climate change to begin with, then you are living Albert Einstein’s definition of insanity and have completely missed the truth and gravity of the situation.
“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”.
Gnosis tells us that becoming and elder should be a time of leadership. Unfortunate too many elders lack gnosis and as a result fail to see with the eye of doctrine and the eye of the heart. The eye of doctrine is what is visible and tangible. It is what we can process through intellect and reason. However the eye of the heart is what we know to be true through intuition, innate knowledge and the second sight of the third eye. The eye of doctrine relies of faith and is susceptible to guru’s cults and corporations. The eye of heart does not rely on faith. It is informed by direct knowledge so it has no need for guru’s, cults, religious institutions or corporations. This knowledge is personal and can only be experienced by the individual who receives it directly from the Creator. This is where we will find the answers to the questions, who am I, why am I here, or, is this all there is? Faith will always remain an important devise to motivate. But it must constantly be discerned so we are not led off our true path. This is why direct experience is so important. It does not rely on faith. However it does rely on proper sensitivity and implementation. This is why we have all been born into families, cultures and communities. This intimate lifestyle can be our saving grace. However if our families, cultures and communities are neglected they will become dysfunctional and lead us astray. It is then that we must rely on the eye of the heart to guide us.
We are living in a crucial time. Many of our elders have been deceived and are stuck in generational or collateral fields of negative energy. This is why traditions must be reassessed. Are traditions liberating or are they keeping us stuck in the problem. To be stuck means we are afraid of the past and fear the future. If the only thing tradition creates is a comfortable place to hide then it is time to ask what really needs to change so we can move forward in our life. If our traditions enable us to deal with the past and embrace the future then they should be maintained and permitted to flourish. One simple way to determine if a tradition is truthful is to see with the eye of the heart.
An important attribute of energy is that it transforms and that this transformation is perpetual. Therefore a person may surmise that their consciousness is preserved after they depart this earthly life. In every corner of the cosmos energy and life co-exist. One of these is immortal in origin and waits beyond humankind. The cosmos is purely spiritual and is therefore more harmonious and moral than humanity.
A lack of human awareness leads to a lack of human morality and harmony which causes great cosmic pain. Therefore the depth of suffering exists as a malady which the majority of humans are not even aware of. As a result misery, evil, wars and other forms of suffering become meaningless and a horrifying condition of ignorance. Once these truths are accepted humanity will come to realize that we are not alone in the cosmos. We will finally awaken to the revelation that we are all one. Once the powerful light of gnosis is embraced and absorbed, humanity will come to know that everything is connected by invisible strands of love!