(originally written June 4, 2013)
Well it's been roughly a week since the last awakening event. Much has happened.
Last time I thought I would talk about circuit V and physical techniques to assist imprinting but as it turns out the most salient feature of the journey over the past few days has been what I can only assume RAW was alluring to in his metaphor of 'neurogenetic consciousness.' Direct experience of the DNA-RNA relationship.
Common metaphor usually describes this as 'being connected to something greater than oneself', 'the hand of God(s) at work in the affairs of men', 'feeling like a puppet on strings' etc. I prefer the phrase 'our future selves' although I think the term 'future' is fast becoming dead language. It is like our very existence is time travel, I could easily align with the theory that our multiverse is a lifeform being grown within a time machine. Not to say that this IS how it IS, but all of these seem applicable descriptions of the situation bearing in mind my tinted glasses.
The most difficult feature to express is how syncronicity plays into all of this. Everything becomes syncronous. Once the noise of the initial four circuits has been removed, one becomes seemingly aware of much vaster forces at play than the microcosmic interpersonal relationships we have with each other. Our moods, our thoughts, our personalities and mental constructs, whatever they may be, merely game rules to be manipulated. The force, or forces, that move us have no 'good' or 'evil' intent that I can discern, because those are concepts that belong to the microcosmic world of the early 4 circuits, dead language that was once useful for something, they fail to accurately describe anyone or anything in the light of empirical knowledge and understanding.
Ok, so my hypothesis: our programmings are how we are moved through spacetime, by whatever these all-enveloping forces are. So I worked out a meditation. Relax, focus on breathing, become still as per normal, except each time you make a move (physical gesture), ask yourself 'What moves me?' Now this is a line of questioning that could go any number of directions, but the last time I did it I ended up focusing on each breath in - "What moves me to take the next breath?"
If any of you reading this try it out (or things like it), I wouldn't mind hearing about it, regardless at what point in your development you are or what belief system you ascribe to.