Showing posts with label God's consciousness. Show all posts
Showing posts with label God's consciousness. Show all posts

Friday, 3 October 2014

God’s Egoless Consciousness


Written by Mathew Naismith  

I was once again watching a movie that came out in 1999 called Dogma with Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Linda Fiorentino and Salma Hayek playing the major parts in this movie.  I wasn’t wrapped in all the scenes but in all I think it’s a good movie. Towards the end of the movie God, who is a woman, tries to do a handstand but falls over. Now to a lot of people this is ridiculous, God wouldn’t fail in such a simple endeavour plus it made God look ridiculous, God wouldn’t want to be seen as looking silly in anyway.  I’m not absolutely sure of this and I will try and point out why.

Is the source, God’s consciousness, egotistically driven in anyway?  To me this God’s consciousness isn’t egotistical so would it matter to this consciousness, in any form it takes, if it failed and looked silly in anyway? To answer this we need to ask another question, what part of us doesn’t want to look silly or inadequate?  The ego of course, but this conscious source isn’t controlled by an ego so I don’t think this kind of conscious source would care to be seen looking silly and inadequate in anyway and in fact it most often does.  

Highly intelligent people are usually astute within their thoughts and actions, they certainly don’t want to be seen looking silly and especially inadequate in anyway, to them this is a sign of some kind of unintelligence. What is more aware and wise than this God’s consciousness?  Nothing, so in our way of thinking, this conscious source would have to be astute within it’s thoughts and actions, so God looking silly and inadequate in this movie isn’t a true depiction of this conscious source, I beg to differ on this!!

What are we all apart of? We are all a part of this consciousness so how often do we look silly and inadequate expressing such consciousness? You could state that a highly intelligent person doesn’t look silly or inadequate but isn’t expressing the ego in such destructive ways silly and inadequate? We have more highly intelligent people running the world than ever before, is the world any less destructive? Actually it has become more destructive, wouldn’t this not look silly and inadequate to a much more aware and wiser consciousness like to the source of all creation?

We look silly and inadequate in many ways, is God’s consciousness worried about looking silly and inadequate? Well actually yes, when it’s highly destructive within it’s silliness and inadequacy it’s a worry. The point is, is failing to do a handstand destructive in anyway?  The answer is no, anything not destructive isn’t a worry to this conscious source. How do I know that this conscious source is worried? We are a part of this conscious source, we are this God, are we worried about our destructive egotistical ways collectively?  We are certainly becoming concerned so God’s consciousness is also concerned as it’s truly one consciousness, one source……well to me anyway.

The point is it’s OK to look silly and inadequate and even to fail at our endeavours as long as it’s not destructive to others and ourselves.  Egotistically it’s destructive to look silly and inadequate in anyway, to an egotistical person this is destructive but to someone like me, being highly egotistical is destructive and yes it looks silly to me to be so expressive of such destructive egotism. The moral of the story is, is failing to do handstands and looking silly within this failure for such an aware and wise consciousness destructive?  God’s consciousness obviously doesn’t care if it looks silly or inadequate, we are proof of that, but it does care if it’s going to be continually destructive within this silliness and inadequacy?  


I utterly love the depiction of God trying and failing to do a handstand in this movie, it depicts that such an intelligent, aware and wise consciousness doesn’t have to abide by any of the rules of egotism and neither do we.       

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

My Thoughts


Written by Mathew Naismith

I’m having a really good discussion with this bloke going by the name of Subhendu. He is from India and has a PhD in electrical engineering but also has a very strong interest in yogic teachings and practices.  I thought I would share some of the discussions we are having at present, it tells people a little more about myself.

G’day Subhendu

Well written.

I also believe everything we think and act out is of a memory of this pure consciousness, Gods’ consciousness of timelessness, so if it’s of timelessness it has always existed but just as pure consciousness until it’s expressed through time.

What we are doing is expressing this memory in every way possible and one of these ways is through physical realities of time, time in other words gives God’s consciousness the capability of being expressive of such memories.

This also goes along with everything is predestined, if everything we experience and think is from God’s consciousness then everything must be predestined.

Well not exactly, at the soul level we have a choice to go along with this memory or not. The collective has a memory so it acts it out like the present system we are living/experiencing at the moment, we all chose at the soul level to go along with this system otherwise we wouldn’t be here.

Because our souls are quite, humanly speaking, powerful, we can choose to exist under a different system. This memory, from God’s consciousness, isn’t fixated like we can humanly become fixated to anything, it’s very flexible. God’s consciousness’s memory has more than one system and outcome we can experience. Our present system doesn’t have to be played out if we choose at the soul level not to do so.

So how many ways can we be expressive of God’s conscious memory? It’s infinite, we have infinite ways to be expressive of such memory, this memory isn’t fixated to a particular outcome but can be change whenever we choose at the soul level to do so.

Jesus, Buddha, yoga, the kabbalah, chi and so forth are there for us to make such choices in life. Most of us chose at the soul level not to go that way but to go against nature but at any time we can choose to do otherwise. We don’t have to be fixated to a particular system that takes away our free will.

Much Blessings,
 Mat


Subhendu Reply
Would you please point me to an original Kabbalah document with English translation that indicates the existence of God as a creator of the universe?

There are many Indian religious people who believe there is a God as a creator of the universe. But they are all engaged in the business of making money by selling God. In my opinion, as I have told you before, in Vedas there is no God as creator of the universe. However, if you define God as most powerful person, then all human souls are God. And, there is no power that a soul cannot achieve by Yogic Meditation.

G’day Subhendu

I’m talking about a singular consciousness here, not a singular person/entity. We are all a part of this singular consciousness so yes we are all God’s, the problem is, we are ignorant of this true essence of ourselves, this is why we are unable to express such Godly powers.

Like I stated before, I’m not well read in regards to the kabbalah, what I know about the kabbalah I resonate with like the kabbalah is of timeless knowledge, this knowledge is memory stored as pure consciousness in timelessness.

To me the universe was created, it’s a part of nature as is conceiving a child, they both work on the same laws of nature, a child isn’t just conceived out of the blue, it is created. The universe follows the same laws of nature; it was created consciously by a consciousness. In other words, the universe is a child which grows up to create other forms just like a human child does when they become adults. This is following the laws of nature but like all of nature is created from a consciousness.

Not everything I state has come from human knowledge Subhendu; I actually study and read very little human content so not everything I state is written or known to the average person.

In my mid-teens I could ask any question and get an immediate correct answer, this didn’t happen straight away, it took a few years for me to get to this stage. At first the knowledge coming to me was from Earthly content, you could feel this. By the time I was in my mid-teens, I knew the knowledge coming to me was far beyond human content, you could literally feel the difference from Earth bound content to a content way beyond human reasoning and understanding. Clairvoyants are good at doing this; Edgar Cayce is a prime example of this.

Just because a certain content hasn’t been written by yogis, chi masters, sages or people like Jesus or Buddha in the past, doesn’t mean such content isn’t true, it just means it hasn’t been written as yet or is hidden from the masses.

I can write about a particular subject and have absolutely no idea what I am writing about, they call this channelling. At times when I do this, I can totally disagree in what I have written until I actually study what I have written. It has been said by a clairvoyant, what I write about is for me to learn from, it’s not actually for other people’s ears.

I don’t share everything that comes to me, like recently when I was in a very quietened state, but other things that come to me I share. You can take what I say as nonsense, it matters not……

Much Blessings,
 Mat

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Thursday, 25 September 2014

Spirituality-The Now within the Present


Written by Mathew Naismith

To me it doesn’t matter if we confuse the present to the now even though there is a difference, you can’t have the now in time without a present moment.  What most of us are doing is focussing on the future and even the past, disregarding the present moment altogether when it’s the present moment that defines our past and future.  When we say the present moment defines our future, this isn’t saying the future is predestined by the present, the present moment will influence the future but it won’t make it predestined. Yes we all individually and collectively have a path to follow but it’s not predestined, we don’t have to destroy or harm ourselves for starters, certainly not any more.

The present doesn’t actually bring on timelessness as I described in an illustration in my last post however, you can’t have the now, which is of true timelessness, without the present in time, this is why I illustrated this as below in my last post.

The present = timelessness + God’s consciousness (pure consciousness)

It’s actually more like this: The now = timelessness + God’s consciousness (pure consciousness)

The present moment leads to timeliness and this God’s consciousness but the present is also representative of the past and the future within time, the present is actually quite more important to us than the past or future or even the now in two ways.

The present moment = now + timelessness + God’s consciousness (pure consciousness)

But the present moment also = time +past + future

Focusing on the now, over and above the present moment, takes us to God’s consciousness but we are missing something here, were does time fit in here?  It doesn’t, even though we are still in time!! We must also remember time is also of this God’s consciousness; this is why when we are in timeliness we have a feeling to again be in time and visa-versa.  It’s all of this God’s consciousness, it’s just one is of time and the other timelessness, one is of ignorance the other awareness. Without the ego does it matter if we live in ignorance? No, so what part of us doesn’t want to live in ignorance? The ego of course!!  

Pure consciousness is in relation to God’s consciousness, an un-fragmented consciousness of timelessness and awareness, and fragmented consciousness relates to realities of time and ignorance.  

Pure consciousness = timelessness + oneness + non-duality + awareness

Fragmented consciousness = time + individuality + duality + ignorance

It matters not if it’s fragmented or un-fragmented consciousness, it’s still God’s consciousness however, fragmented consciousness can become quite destructive mainly because of it’s ignorance for only in ignorance can we be destructive. This sort of doesn’t make sense, we are more aware as a collective than ever but we are more destructive as ever.

It all comes down to how we are becoming aware, some people become aware through ego tendencies, this is obviously quite destructive,  other people become aware through the now disregarding the present moment in time.  How could disregarding the present moment be destructive?  If you think on this, we are ignoring the present for the now and what does ignoring the present represent? Ignorance and what is the only way we can be destructive?  Through ignorance of course and this ignorance is quite destructive to anything of time.

Actually the present moment represents time and timelessness simultaneously; this isn’t the case if we only focus on the past and future as many of us are doing and it’s not the case if we only focus on the now.  This is why I illustrated in my last post as below.

The present = timelessness + God’s consciousness (pure consciousness)

Past and future = time + man’s consciousness

If I illustrated that the present moment is representative of both time and timelessness, I would have confused a lot of people in that particular post.  If we were more collectively aware the below illustrations would be more correct.

Present moment = timelessness + now + God’s consciousness (pure consciousness) + oneness + non-duality + awareness

Present moment = time +past and future + man’s consciousness +individuality + duality + ignorance + ego


What the present moment does, if we are aware, is collates both time and timelessness into a cohesive collective instead of a fragmented collective or a collective without time.  In this we can use the awareness of timelessness to pacify the destructive tendencies of time and it’s ignorance. It’s all God’s consciousness, we should not ignore one over and above the other for only in ignorance can we destroy.  

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Spirituality and the Present Moment


Written by Mathew Naismith

I think the following discussion is worth sharing, this is a brilliant bloke who has got me to become a little more aware than I was even of myself.  This is only part of the discussion about God’s consciousness, time and timelessness, fate and various other topics that we are discussing at present.   I hope you enjoy this bloke as much as I do.


My Reply
G’day Subhendu

You might disagree but I think the following is what you and I are doing, please feel free to reply.



Subhendu Reply
The video that you have referred to – http://learn.kabbalah.com/power-kabbalah-3
 is very good. Everything he said is correct. I called it the simultaneity law in the first chapter on Truth.

However, there is one catch. He does not believe in destiny. We are all guided by a global destiny, described in the destiny chapter of my book. We do not have freewill.

Destiny comes automatically that he did not realize. When we are simultaneously, globally connected, we automatically lose our freedom. I cannot move, if I do then I will affect everybody else, because we are connected. There is a figure in chapter-1 describing this connection. German philosopher Nietzsche said the same thing. We are completely helpless. This is like our solar system. The earth cannot go anywhere, because it is globally connected with sun and other planets and the galaxy. The same is true for all of us.

There are trillions of stars in the sky, but not a single one can move. They all have souls. Same is true for all the seven billion people on earth. Sometimes this makes me think that there must be one god who controls all of us, who created this global plan. But that cannot be correct; there is no proof of such a concept.


My Reply
I look at past human history as being a must for us to evolve, if our history was different to what it was, we wouldn't evolve as we are, history is predestined but the future isn't until it becomes the past.  This might not make sense, how can the future not be predetermined within it’s fate but the past is?

It’s all to do with the present moment, no other moment but the present determines our destiny making the past predetermined by the present. You would think the past effects our future predetermining our future but it doesn’t; it’s how we react to the past at present that effects our future.  You would think the present moment would predetermine the future making everything predetermined but it doesn’t because it becomes the past in a flash thus no longer predetermining our future.

The present = timelessness + God’s consciousness (pure consciousness)

Past and future = time + man’s consciousness

The question is now, isn’t everything predetermined in timeliness, if this timelessness is always in the present, isn’t everything including the future predetermined by this timelessness? 

In time this present moment of timelessness is fleeting, it’s over in a flash but in timelessness it’s always in the present , it’s never of the past or the future therefore in timeliness nothing is predetermined because there is no past or future.  This doesn’t seem to follow the laws of nature but it does.

Let’s look at the sun, it has a predetermined outcome like we all do, it’s fate has always been predetermined but what are we looking at here when we are looking at the sun, are we seeing it as just as a sun and not just an energy form ? When does the sun cease being an energy form of some kind?  It doesn’t but as an actual sun it does but only in time, the sun was never what we perceived it was in timelessness, it’s just pure conscious energy in timelessness, it has no destiny because it has no form until this energy become a part of time.  

It’s how we look at everything that determines what we perceive.  The sun is just a sun to us, we only see it as a sun and not just an energy form so in this case the sun has a predetermined fate, this is in time. Now look at this in a different way, see the sun as just pure energy nothing else, it has no past and no future because you can’t destroy energy, you can change it but it’s still energy no matter what we change it too.  This is timelessness; this is reprograming our mentality to perceive differently to what we are conditions to think which is just in time.  Once we start changing our mentality to accept timeliness, we will realise nothing is really predetermined. In time it’s predetermined but not in timelessness, God’s consciousness.

Much Blessings,

Mat