Showing posts with label darkness. Show all posts
Showing posts with label darkness. Show all posts

Monday, 7 September 2015

There is No True Light or Awareness

Written by Mathew Naismith

Light and Darkness: Yes, this sounds totally contradictory in regards to my last post about there is only light and awareness. Van Johnson explained that there was only light and awareness, this however is only defined in how aware a consciousness is after the demise of the human vessel/body, the more unaware a consciousness is, the more of the dark they will be of and of course the more destructive a consciousness will become. How much darkness can one actually see when within light itself?  Zero/none, this is due to the awareness or enlightenment of a consciousness to light.

I would say that Van Johnson was actually in the light itself to state what he did, "There is only light and awareness", it's certainly not a bad place to be after our demise and yes, a consciousness can indeed end up in a very dark place after the demise of the human vessel, this all depends on how unaware or aware a consciousness is.

The light a consciousness experiences, is determined in how aware a consciousness is, in other words the quality of light depends on how aware a consciousness is. The less aware a consciousness is, either individually or collectively, the more of the darkness they will experience and see, this kind of darkness will of course naturally create a chaotic destructive reality, a darkened reality. What are we experiencing on a collective scale?  It's certainly not an enlightened reality, a reality of awareness for only through awareness can we see light.

Yes, experiencing light or darkness depends on the reality we are perceiving through,  what is this light and darkness then that creates realities of light and dark? Pure and simple motion, if we are perceiving, we are creating a motion as opposed to not creating motion.  Van Johnson could have been in a motion of pure darkness, he would then stated there is only darkness and unawareness, I have had this as well from people who have passed on. Our perceptions are wholly due to the reality we are presently experiencing, if we are experiencing a darkened unaware reality, that is what we will only see.  If we are only experiencing a lightened aware reality, that is what we will also only see.

We are presently living in a reality of light and dark on a collective scale,  the extremes of light and darkness within this collective reality are huge and we wonder why we have different perceptions and ideas/ideologies!!  Why are some people constructive and others totally destructive?  It's all to do with the light and darkness within this reality. It's actually quite an unusual reality, it's not often you get extremes of light and dark existing in the same collective reality, and of course, light and darkness denotes awareness and an unawareness. No truly aware consciousness could be destructive towards another consciousness, for only in ignorance can a consciousness be destructive. On a collective scale, this doesn't say much about us collectively, don't lose heart on this though, any reality with two opposing extremes of light and darkness are going to react in this way, this is due to a never ending action reaction between extremes, a continuous motion. Why are so many spiritually aware people today are about being motionless through practices like mediating, praying and chanting?  It's basically to do with lessening the motions within the reality.

Pure Consciousness: There is however another reality void of any perceptions of light and darkness, some people call this God's consciousness, others call this consciousness pure consciousness or even pure wisdom, what ever you call it it's a consciousness of motionlessness. To perceive light and darkness you need some kind of motion, this God's consciousness isn't about perceiving, it's about just being void of any expressive motions.

I wrote something recently in reply to another person in relation to my last post about there is only light and awareness. They explained the existence of light and darkens through the analysis of the interactions of matter and energy, the following was my analysis.

I look at all energy being of consciousness, an unaware consciousness perceives darkness more where an aware consciousness perceives light more.

The presence of matter is a sign that a consciousness is unaware, this just shows you how unaware we are and why we create realities of darkness/destruction instead of realities of light. The more this matter is in motion, the more destruction we will cause, it's all a natural process.    

I know I have been going on about motions recently but I think it's important, especially at present, to beware of what motions actually create.  You see, a consciousness that is highly expressive of motion, is only of this motion because it's unaware, a more aware a consciousness becomes, the less a consciousness will express or need to express motions.  At present on a collective scale, we are highly expressive of motions, what I am saying is this is purely due to our unawareness, this unawareness is of course going to create a darker reality, this stands to reason.

However, a reality created with less motions is going to be less destructive. I think this is why so many people are getting into meditating these days, it's about lessoning our own motions, and yes,  quietening the mind has a lot to do with lessoning our own motions.

Within this pure consciousness (God's consciousness) , there is no motion therefore there is no light or dark, yes, we perceive there is and yes we can indeed experience that this motionless consciousness is of light but only because we perceive it to be so. This pure consciousness of wisdom isn't about perceptions, if it was, it too would be like this reality, a reality of extreme light and darkness but it's not. This is wholly due to this pure consciousness not being just of awareness but pure wisdom, it basically goes beyond the perceptions of light and darkness.

This doesn't actually mean light and awareness don't exist, it just means light and awareness don't exist within pure consciousness, this means light and darkness can only exist in realities of motion. In actuality, light and darkness do exist but not in all realities. Van Johnson explained about a particular reality, the reality he was presently experiencing, this didn't mean that no other reality exists, it just means the reality we are presently experiencing will at times seem like the only reality in existence.         

Sunday, 28 June 2015

The Darkness of Man’s Soul and the Light Within

Written by Mathew Naismith

This isn’t altogether a dark post, actually there is a fair amount of light, more light than darkness within the visionary insights  I’ve been receiving in the last 24 hrs. Yes, this post is about obvious visions I have been receiving recently, it’s to do with a sickly colourless man sitting on a bench in a dingy dark corner of a room, imagine a dungeon except……

When I stand in the doorway of this room, I first see a sickly looking man, ill in some way because he’s skin looks grey and he is slightly stooped.  In every vision, it’s a different man but a man who is obviously experiencing  a dark existence all the same.

When I tried to approach this man to help him, I found myself being drawn towards his existence which was quite dark compared to mine, I backed off towards the doorway again, there was no way I was going to draw him away from his existence on my own. While backing off towards the doorway, I noticed a bright light to the left side of the room, this light was in full view of this man, he was not tempted at any time to walk into this light. “What will tempt this man to walk into the light out of his obvious dark existence?”    

While standing in the doorway, a beautiful person gleaming with love appeared, without hesitating, the man began to move towards us.

I got a huge feeling that the man  represents the mind of man, in other words the soul of man as a collective, this doesn’t portray a very good view of man. The feeling I received from this man wasn’t good, the first word that comes to mind is distortion, a disfigurement of man’s soul through his own choice, except man is quite unaware of this disfigurement, it’s as if this kind of existence is normal and natural.

In a sense, this kind of existence is normal, it’s normal for consciousness’s that knows no better. It was funny that the bright light, in full view of this man, wasn’t enticing him, it was a warm glowing bright light but it wasn’t comforting to this man at all, actually it seemed more as a threat to him and his existence. This seemed to keep him in his existence,  it’s as if the light was opposing man and not trying to help him from his obvious dark existence.

The bright light seemed to represent the goodness in the world, it would seem these people of the light are most useful to this dark existence in various ways. It was quite understandable why this man was not going to go into the light, why be abused when you can be the abuser? No wonder this man seemed so sickly to me to the point of being feeble, darkness always needs the light to draw it’s strength from. 

Now what about the person who was gleaming with love, what would they represent?

A collective for starters, I was unable to help this man on my own but as soon as another person appeared, everything changed, the man began to move towards us. At this point, the man was sucked into the light within the room, he too became the love within the world.

It is obviously going to take a huge amount of energy to change man’s ways, to entice him away from his dark existence. This huge amount of energy seems to me to be the collective good, working together, to change man’s ways. It’s a huge amount of energy because it’s representative of the collective, not individuals. The individual good was represented by the light within the room, even though this light was of love and goodness, it wasn’t a collective, “united we stand , divided we fall”, this is an appropriate quote here.

This light within  the room also didn’t seem to be enlightening to the man, probably this has more to do with the light not working together as a collective than to do with awareness. To me all light represents awareness, this is very much the same in switching on the light in a dark room, it’s enlightening. The light within this room, where the man was sitting, was all about awareness but not a collective awareness, the collective awareness to me was represented by two people standing in the doorway working together to help this man.

What I feel entice this man to move from his present dark existence was enlightenment, an awareness to there being a much better existence than what he is conditioned too. The light within this room wasn’t doing this, this was due to the man’s dark existence abusing this light to feed this man’s dark existence. You will not be enticed to become the thing you are abusing no matter how good the thing is you are abusing.  It’s obviously going to take a collective to change man’s ways without a doubt.  

I’ve never had visionary insights quite like this before, it’s a good thing actually, it shows we are evolving, in other words we are collectively becoming more aware. I know why I wrote the previous post now.       

Saturday, 28 June 2014

Our Darkest Hours

Written by Mathew Naismith

This is awfully hypocritical of me, one minute I’m talking about the light and how true darkness doesn’t exist and here I am posting a post about our darkest hours, where the heck am I coming from!! Actually I still have a view that true darkness doesn’t exist however I believe we are in our darkest times in human history which of course is going to give us a perception of the existence of true darkness, it’s indeed a harrowing time for the collective but we can prevail.  

If you could imagine being out in a ferocious sandstorm stripping away any decency we have, that is our darkest hours and to cope with this a lot of us have turned to spirituality for solace. This sandstorm we have found ourselves in is a culmination of slavery to every extent, pirates running amuck, drug and warlords controlling much of the world and the biggest slavers of the world, multinationals and various politicians who endorse a failing egotistical system to support their own desires.  In no time in human history, on such a scale, have we had such a culmination of people stripping away our decency, we are indeed living in our darkest hours facilitated by egotism.  Did you know in certain parts of the world, they deliberately create slums for the sole purpose of benefiting from these people financially?  In one way or the other we are all slaves to a highly egotistical system which is obviously failing but of course the ego doesn’t want to see this so where does this leave us?

It leaves us with people like spiritually aware and wise people but many of these people are hiding from anything remotely negative, did Jesus, Buddha and others like them do this? Actually Buddha did quite the opposite; he wanted to know the darkness in the world to help heal this darkness within us with light. How can anyone help to heal anything while in denial or in ignorance?  The greatest saviours, prophets and wise people of any day in human history didn’t hide themselves away from any of our dark hours in human history for the sole purpose of feeling personally good. It was never about just them but the collective and to be at one we must all collectively do the same and stop fearing.

If we like to admit it and face it or not, this is our darkest hours in history, you could say the world is dominated by evil/utter darkness but like I have portrayed in previous posts, there is no such thing as true darkness/evil, it’s just a perception.  I really don’t blame anyone for truly perceiving darkness and evil exists, it seems to be in every corner of the planet but for us to begin to release ourselves of this darkness, we must first realise it’s not as dark as we perceive.  Darkness/ egotism wants you to believe that true darkness exists, this keeps us in fear and fear can only feed the ego not starve it!!

Yes we do live in our darkest hours in human history but the light always shines beyond this darkness showing it for what it truly is, a perception brought on by egotism in our case.  If we just want to sit there hiding from this darkness feeling good within ourselves, all we are doing is assisting this darkness to overcome all of what is decent within ourselves.  We must first realise we are living in our darkest hours but also realise how menial this darkness is and how much of the light we truly are, if we don’t do this, things will get progressively worse as they obviously have been.  

I was recently going to stop writing as it’s taken over my life, that night I had a dream of entities/people sucking the life out of people killing them and once they killed these people they just went onto the next one.  The following day I found an article how US multinationals stopped a cancer cure becoming affective, people living off sick and dying people.  This of course related to my dream and changed my mind once again.

It doesn’t matter what we do, as long as we are facing our darkest hours with all the light that is within us in any way we can. Just by talking about the light and most importantly the darkness and how we can overcome this darkness without fear will help just like people like Jesus, Buddha and other people like them in history did. Be the Buddha and face it to heal it not bury it under our own egos.     

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Nezha (哪吒), Shadow Breaker

Written by Mathew Naismith

I thought I would share the following about a legend that is taught to Asian children to do with how our illumination will cast a shadow giving us a perception of darkness. This came to my attention by a person of the name of Fira Angel in reply to my last post titled Creating Darkness Through Our Own Illumination.

Nezha (哪吒), also known as Na-zha (Na-ja) or Nata, is a Taoist protection deity, originally of Chinese Buddhist mythology. His official Taoist name is "Marshal of the Central Altar" (中壇元帥). He was then given the title "Third Lotus Prince" (蓮花三太子) after he became a deity.

Fira Angel:
This is a truth taught to many children in Asian countries through the legend of NeZha. When he was possessed by a demon, he said that in the infinite space of hearts, there is always hope, therefore, complete darkness is not possible, yet light casts shadows, meaning that darkness must exist. He says that it is something we must live with. 

This seems contradictory, one minute it’s saying complete darkness doesn’t exist and then in the next line it says it does, so which one is it? A lot of spirituality seems to be like this, contradictory, but only because we don’t read between the lines and when we do we might not understand completely what we are reading.  

A shadow isn’t complete darkness; it’s only a shadow cast by our own illumination or enlightenment. How can a shadow be cast by our own illumination when we are so illuminating, wouldn’t all darkness be illuminated within our presence? Yes and no, typical of spirituality, it’s but another paradox and to a nonbeliever would seem to be utter dribble.

When illuminating at our best and we come across people who are less illuminating and we are unable to illuminate these people to our own energy field, what is this telling us? We are not illuminating enough to change the shadow before us, we are still in most parts apart of this shadow.

How many people have been illuminating at their best and gone into a group of people and changed their illumination/behaviour? I’ve also done this, so it is possible but only if we are illuminating enough and are no longer a major part of the shadow.  In this case the shadow no longer emanates with us, we are no longer vibrating at the same frequencies as the shadow that we have cast by our own illuminations.  

Yes we can illuminate the shadow but only if we are illuminating enough and the shadow is no longer a major part of us and no we can’t illuminate the shadow if we are still very much a part of the shadow.   Oneness shows us we are always a part of the shadow however our illumination depends on how much a part of the shadow/darkness we are and how illuminating we are going to be to the shadow.  The shadow has always got to be a part of us because we are the ones casting the shadow/darkness. This reminds me of being a major part of the ego or not!!

The strange thing about illuminating others is they, at times, are quite unaware of this mainly because they can’t see your illumination, however if they are aware they too are of this illumination to an extent depending on how much a part of the shadow they still are. In my last post I mentioned a serial killer who is unable to see other people’s illuminations, that is why they feel no wrong in what they do and even if they did feel wrong it wouldn’t stop them from committing such crimes. Can these people be affected by someone who is illuminating with very little attachment to the shadow? Yes most definitely that is why some people can get through to them and others can’t.  

This brings me to the times I expelled ominous entities trying to disrupt me on more than one occasion, I just laughed at them and they just went away in terror on their faces. The reason for this terror is they believe, like we do, that darkness exists therefore evil exists and because they perceive this they carry this out creating a reality of terror for themselves and others.  Not realising this at the time, I became illuminated which showed these entities they are not of the dark as they presumed/perceived.

If you perceive darkness exist evil intent will exist within this perception as long as we believe this, however once you begin to realise true darkness doesn’t really exist and is only a shadow cast by our illuminations, you will illuminate all before thee in turn creating a reality of light instead of perceived darkness.   

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Creating Darkness Through Our Own Illumination

Written by Mathew Naismith

Switch off the illuminating effects of the universe, what do we have?  We still have energy and all energy emits some kind of light otherwise it couldn’t exist, true darkness just can’t exist as the following links will try to explain. Can we perceive darkness?  Most definitely, what I am saying is darkness is a perception not a reality to assist us to learn about ourselves.  How would we become aware of ourselves without darkness but this doesn’t mean darkness actually exists, I believe it’s only a perception we have to help us learn about ourselves.  You could almost say it’s an illusion but I believe all perceptions exist in some way as all thought are energy; all energy exists so perceptions are not a true illusion in my mind. Actually illusions can’t exist because they are still an energy source.  

Let’s look at the nonexistence of darkness another way. Take a serial killer, to us their dark; what if we, like the universe, extinguished all other light except for serial killers, serial killers would seem to be illuminating because there is no other stronger light to defuse serial killers light.  Let’s go further, extinguished serial killers lights, what else is illuminating? What is dimmer or emits less energy than serial killers? There is always something else so darkness actually never existed but within our perceptions.

Because we are illumining so much we create darkness through this illumining effect by out shining other energy forms which we now perceive to be dark because they are not illuminating like us. We are indeed defusing other less illuminating forms/sources of energy thus creating darkness but of course this is only a perception brought on by our own illumination.     

Extract: Is there such thing as true darkness? The answer is: no, not in this universe.  Our universe is flooded with radiation (light) and matter (particles) of all descriptions and energies, pretty much anywhere you go.

Extract: The team believes that the interactions between dark and ordinary matter could be more important and more complex than previously thought, and even speculate that dark matter might not exist and that the anomalous motions of stars in galaxies are due to a modification of gravity on extragalactic scales.

I think it’s absolutely great to realise darkness just doesn’t exist except within our own perceptions, everything around us that seems dark isn’t dark it’s just we outshine them making them look dark. Perceiving dark to me is a very good sign we are more illuminating than lower energy forms/sources.  You just wonder what other far more illuminating formes/sources of energy we can’t detect because of our own low energy emissions.  Do serial killers see other people who are far more illuminating? Actually no, otherwise they wouldn’t be able to kill; I believe the illumination of others would stop them. How would we then be able to detect other energy forms/sources that illuminate far greater than ourselves?  It stands to reason we wouldn’t however having the understanding that there is no darkness just might make you illuminate even more to detect other energy forms/sources that illuminate more than we.  

Monday, 23 June 2014

There is No Darkness!!

Written by Mathew Naismith

I’m going to theorise there is no such thing as darkness especially to light. When we switch off the light we are noticeably in the dark and on a really dark night you wouldn’t be able to see your hand right in front of your face, this is the perception we have of dark so we perceive darkness obviously exists.

What are we using to see everything around us in the dark? Our eyes of course; our eyes are a part of our five senses, what would happen if we could switch off all our five senses, can we after a while see what is in the dark?  Once our sixth sense is tuned in I believe we can detect everything within the dark and a lot more that our five senses don’t pick up on so in fact darkens really doesn’t exist.

Everything that exists is of some kind of energy, all energy exudes some kind of light and if it doesn’t exude light it can’t possibly exist including darkness.  This is saying light isn’t the opposite of dark as we presume through the use of our five senses, not everything has an opposite obviously.

To science there is dark matter and when you look away from the universe it’s just totally black, if the universe didn’t exist we would, in a science sense, be in total blackness.  I was wondering, what is the light from this universe hiding from us remembering the universe is very much of physicality and the five senses?  What are our five senses hiding from us? If you threw a ball of light like a sun, within total darkness, what would happen? The darkness would no longer exist, because darkness has no energy, it is unable to draw from the light, it just doesn’t have the energy to do this.

Darkness is a fallacy brought on by the perceptions of our five senses.

What about dark matter, it exists but it’s dark? It’s dark to us because we are only using our five senses to pick up on this plus this dark matter is very low in energy so omits and absorbs very little light but it still exists.  It’s not actually dark but we perceive it is.

There is absolutely no darkness; darkness just doesn’t exist beyond the perception of our five senses, everything is of light otherwise it just doesn’t exist.  So our fear of dark is a fallacy only because of the perception of our five senses, we have preconceived darkness exist when it doesn’t.  Yes low energy sources and forms exist but they are still of the light and if they are of the light they can be ignited to exude even more light as of us within this reality.