There are no shortcuts to the top of the palm tree. ~ Mozambican Proverb
There are no shortcuts to the top of the palm tree. ~ Mozambican Proverb
Waking into a dream
Sleeping into a dream
Living within the dream
Awareness of being the dream
Dreaming whilst dreaming
A dream within a dream within a dream
Dreamers dreaming the dreaming dream
And one day we wake up and drift down stream
The dreamers aware of the living dream
Infinite patterns and shapes
Dimensions and awarenessses
Spiralling into cosmic expansion
Dreaming something by being a dreaming nothing
You cannot write my poems
Just as I cannot dream your dreams
Dissipating away in a whisper.
Say nothing about another that you wouldn’t want to hear about yourself. ~ El Salvadoran Proverb
Through observing and contemplating sacred geometric shapes/codes, they can reveal deep wisdom, opening up to life and creation of the Universe itself.
It is believed that the ancients considered that the experience of Sacred Geometry was essential to the education of the soul. They knew that these patterns and codes were symbolic of our own inner realm and were significant to higher consciousness and self-awareness. Sacred geometry amplifies our connection to spirit, and creates harmony within ourselves, and between ourselves and the outside world. It is often called “sacred architecture” because it underlies everything and is woven into the fabric of all creation.
Further, in addition to our physical realm, it is said we have a “Lightbody & Merkabah”, which is a gridwork of light and sacred geometry that brings together your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual being. This body radiates light energy and links you and you as a multidimensional self, with the infinite universe.
Sacred geometry contains high frequencies of energy and light that can activate, heal, awaken, and transform. The symbols are like codes that assist you in your journey of life, but also can be used more consciously to bring about deep soul awakening and connection to our true divine essence. It can be used to open up pathways and doorways to the infinite realms, as well as the connection to the oneness of all life, in nature and the whole world around us.
Sacred geometry brings about certain effects of healing, harmonizing and rebalancing on all levels. It connects the inner and outer, uniting all.
The Platonic Solids are thought of as the sacred geometry ‘building blocks’ of the Universe that were taught in the Greek Mystery Schools 2,500 years ago (these are tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron & icosahedron). But the triangle is a symbol that underlies all of them. Triangle symbolizes balance, harmony, completion. Rising upwards, it elevates us to Higher Consciousness.
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Travelling through a picture, a book, music or a poem
Your friends experiences igniting the fire in your dreams, sending an omen
Travelling and expanding the horizons of the infinite multitudes of mind worldly manifestations
Travelling with your eyes wide open or perfectly closed
Travelling around the world
Or without leaving your place
The imagination has it’s own space
No dead-ends or frontiers
Travelling with no luggage at all
Or prepared for an adventure, survival gear, tools
Having the starry sky as a roof
And the soft grass as a bed
Finding ways around financial balances instead
Travelling alone or in good company
By car, by train, by plane, on foot
Or even in a colourful balloon
Travelling from Kenya to Alaska
Crossing mountains, deep seas and valleys
Jungles, forests and desert galleys
Travelling through your sleep
Breath out, breath in
Take the experiences and warp your life from within
Travelling forces you to step out of your comfort zone
Experiencing the real world, leaving behind this world’s addiction to phones
False evidence appearing real, fear
Let it come near
Travelling challenges your comprehension of this world
And once you return you’re no longer the same
Friends to call home and remembering names
Travelling broadens your brain, nourishes your spirit, cherishes your physical
And challenges your conception of this world
Leaving nostalgic photos, the world left in the crevices of your god given body.
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Nowadays I tremble into my reflection
Walking into the mirror and see
What drugs and potions have made me
My vision is getting dizzer by the day
And yet I need to swallow death pills to live in decay
The devil steals your soul
Life turning to ashes swallowing these pills whole
False promises, I see your game
Numbing us and turning lame
Big pharma is after me
Chains around my ankles, struggling to be set free
Who am I anymore?
This has gone too far
Damaging my heart, lungs, body and every part of my being
I see stars when I close my eyes
None of this came as a surprise
I can feel the terror coming closer
I can taste the blood of the shadow getting darker
Health system compassion is past it’s sell by date
The devil is satiate
Trapped inside my own mind
I’ve loosing my grip on reality
I chose my destruction
I chose my poison
Or did I being so young?
Told to take these, this was all you got for aid in your pain
A world insane
To the next generation of beings
Locked in by the powerlessness of pill life
They thought would set them free
No, you’ll be dragged down, believe me.
Many eighteenth and nineteenth century scholars believed that all world mythologies showed signs of having evolved from a single mythical theme.
There are over a hundred different world mythologies that we know of today. Among these are the Greek, Roman, Norse, Etruscan, Celtic, Slavic, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Babylonian, Arabian, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist, Chinese, and many more myths.
Anyone with the knowledge of more than one of these world mythologies would realize that there are some glaring similarities between them including ~
~Creation ~ From Chaos Or Nothingness ~ Similar creation myths involving the world being created out of chaos or a vast, empty, nothingness can be found in the myths of ancient Babylon (the Enûma Eliš myth), ancient Greece (the golden egg laid by Nyx or Night), the Book of Genesis (Elohim creating the heavens and earth in six days), and in Norse mythology (the yawning void named Ginnungagap), among numerous others.
~Sacrifice For Creation ~ Many cultures have stories about divine figures whose death creates an essential part of reality. In Indian Vedic mythology, the Purusha Sukta narrates that all things were made out of the mangled limbs of Purusha, a magnified non-natural man, who was sacrificed by the gods. Similarly, the Chinese myth of Pangu and the Norse myth of Ymir both tell of a cosmic giant who was killed to create the world. A myth from the Wemale people of Seram Island, Indonesia, tells of a miraculously-conceived girl named Hainuwele, whose murdered corpse sprouts into the people’s staple food crops.
~The Great Floods ~A flood myth is a narrative in which a great flood, usually sent by a deity or deities, destroys civilization, often in an act of divine retribution. In the Genesis mythology of the Hebrew Bible, Yahweh (God) decides to flood the earth because of the depth of the sinful state of mankind. That’s where we get Noah’s ark. The Hindu myth of Manu (found in the Satapatha Brahmana and the Puranas) is similar to that of Noah’s story, albeit less popularly known today. A similar theme is seen in the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh, Mesopotamian flood stories, Deucalion’s story in Greek mythology, and Bergelmir in Norse Mythology.
~Centre Of The World ~ Many world mythologies mention a place that sits at the center of the world and acts as a point of contact between different levels of the universe. Vedic India, ancient China, and the ancient Germans all had myths featuring a “Cosmic Tree” whose branches reach heaven and whose roots reach hell. Mount Meru is a sacred mountain with five peaks in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist cosmology and is considered to be the center of all the physical, metaphysical and spiritual universes. Yggdrasil is the tree connecting the nine worlds in Norse cosmology. In Greek mythology, Omphalos stones are considered to be the “navel” of the world.
You shake in vain the branch that bears no fruit. ~ Samoan Proverb
The Law of Divine Oneness is the foundational law, according to which absolutely everything in our universe is interconnected. In other words, every choice, word, desire, and belief you have will also have an impact on the world, and on the people in your life.
Sometimes this impact will be immediate and obvious. At other times, it may take a while to manifest, or you may never even discover that it has occurred. Try to think of yourself as part of everything around you to live in accordance with this law. We are all one, and awareness of this makes us more powerful as well as more empathetic.