Welcome back spiritual seekers, this is the third article and Ascend Academy’s Phase 2, Creative Energy. This is a very large topic, and as a result, this will be quite a lengthy and informative article. Take a deep breath and get ready for some mind blowing revelations. Feel free to take a break about halfway through and come back to it, as there are a lot of concepts to cover. If you’ve missed the prior articles please refer to the Introduction where you can click on the articles in order. In the reality beyond time, space, beliefs, and all manifestations, only two notions exist. That of internal nature or Consciousness, and that of external form being expressed as limitless Void, which is an infinite fractal MIRROR of Consciousness. These two energies are expressions of Source, known to us as the original concepts of Male and Female energy respectively.
Namaste future ascendants! Were going to be kicking off the 4th article and Phase 3 today, giving an overview of the 3 Great Planes of existence. If you have not read the previous installments please click HERE. This will be a ‘brief’ breakdown of all of the known frequencies of our universe. There isn’t an actual distinction separating these 3 Planes, they all flow together in a cosmic spectrum of vibration, blending in so as to allow for a complete expression of the musical scale (the highest notes being Spirit, the lowest being matter). The octaves, or separations we place within this spectrum are somewhat arbitrary, but useful for us to create a way to study the spectrum and it’s various expressions easily. Depending on your perspective, you can view these octaves as 7 planes, 11 dimensions, 10 sephirot, and so on.
Welcome to the 6th installment. Please go HERE if you have missed the previous. The Universal Consciousness has manifested itself in a plethora of ways, all of which represent some aspect of it’s infinite and perfect nature. One of the most archetypal yet physically pervading representations of Source’s vast unfolding personality is the Sacred Geometry known as Metatron’s Cube.
If you’re like me, you have come to an uncomfortable realization, on more than one occasion: life is stressful. It is stressful. And it is hectic. Sure, you have times throughout your life where everything feels like it is going well. You have energy, you have tons of creativity, you have periods of high productivity. But you also have cycles of irritability, of moodiness. Low energy. Depression.
Dying inevitably follows living. What makes for a good death in a just and sustainable world? I think about this a lot these days. Four years ago, at age fifty, I was diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer. Active and fit, it took a collapsed lung and two broken ribs before I realized I had a big problem, the ultimate challenge of life: facing my own death.