one fully accepts the value of being in a body (not as easy as it might seem), one
can move on to any number of possible human configurations for living. From domains
of consciousness outside the mind, one can readily see that the mental programs
that define individual and collective identities can be worked with so that one
can create any life configuration to suit one’s spiritual intent.
Most human beings, however, are not at this
level; instead they blindly move about struggling to come to grips with their
version of the human condition. It will take a lot of waking up to make this
land spiritually fertile, and indeed there are a number of advanced souls
moving about this landscape helping those trying to awaken. A lot is happening
on this front.
Beyond that truly different
things are happening. While committed souls are civilizing the landscape of
human consciousness for its ascension into the galactic network of enlightened
planets, there are other kinds of beings (not souls) that are taking advantage
of the ability of human consciousness to intently focus attention on itself in
order to fathom the substructures of existence. The particular beings that I am
working with are marking out the cross-dimensional edges of how “I exist” is “wired.”
They have showed me that even though “I” is not a thing that can be known as an
object, as any seasoned meditator knows, it can be explored as a “not-thing.”
working with these beings, I have discovered that my “I” has a unique configuration.
Initial probes into the “turrets,” “troughs,” “angles,” and “lines” of my
configuration have revealed to me that they are links to other planes of
existence which flow through the “not-thing” condition of my life, with “not”
acting as a junction point where particular definitions of “I” can be directed
onto other planes of existence. I call these “directions” of existence “subsets
of nirguna,” to use a Sanskrit term.
In my personal
life, I have taken on a particular “wiring” of “I” as an addendum to my evolutionary
life plan. The beings I am working with are “testing” different configurations
of “I” as potential modes of interdimensional travel by introducing them into the evolutionary paths of created beings.
This work is a sub-self mode of exploration by beings that do not have identity
as we understand it and has nothing to do with personal evolution of self or the
evolution of the human race, which continue on as the essence of my personal
life story but with which I have had to some degree to make a separate peace in
order to acknowledge the ascendency of this other mode of existence in my