Pay attention to the Synchronicities of Recognized Truths


How often have you come to a profound conclusion or had what seems to be an original revelation about life, existence, or God, only to find out that this concept has already been “discovered” by someone else? And how often does that realization occur within days—or even hours—of your “original” thought?

The synchronicities that take place in our consciousness become apparent as we ascend to a particular frequency of Truth. This frequency is alive with kindred perceptions that have also been awakened to the revelations to which we are connecting. Because the Soul is the omniscient being, our awareness rises to more complex levels of recognition as we ascend, becoming awakened to truths of the Omniscient Universe. This is when we begin to recognize the level to which we have ascended. To understand this concept more fully, one must ask: “How can I recognize something to be true if I don’t already know it?”

Because we are all connected to the same timeless Source of infinite wisdom, in a sense, there will never be an “original” thought or a new concept, as it will have already been created in the infinite planes of Omniscience, more commonly referred to as God. There are, however, infinitely original presentations of these recognitions, though such truths have always existed within the cosmic planes of eternity. This is evidence of the Creator within us.

It is when we have built enough experiential wisdom to understand and then illuminating the path for others that our conscious state is able to rise. Some who are able to recognize these kindred truths are on the same or very close frequency of existence. However, those who dismiss such truths as science fiction or nonsense are on a much more distant frequency of perceptual understanding, which generates a slower pace of recognition. Yet in the macrocosmic view, we are all One, shedding layers of ego and propelled by chaotic experiences, with the result of ultimately revealing the omnipresent One within ourselves—God.

In an ongoing cycle, as the momentum of our ascension propels our consciousness with clarity and understanding, we will all transcend to higher states of awareness, thus perceiving new revelations and truths.

Ego bases Truth on time lines, documentation, social acceptance, and dogmatic study. Ego lives in a three-dimensional world and thus can only accept what it sees within its limitations of the conditioned human brain. But as the Soul ascends and supersedes the ego, the conscious state evolves away from ego toward the magnetic pull of the Soul, the core of what we are. This is when the ineffable Truth comes to light and when the concepts of infinite possibilities manifest without the suppression of limited thinking.

Truth can come to one’s conscious state in many ways, but we must be open and receptive to accept such ineffable concepts by looking within and releasing ourselves from the confines of social boundaries and conditioned thought. When our own Divinity is realized, our perception becomes broadened with limitless vision. As with God and Love, Truth is unconditional. We are all receptive in our own deeply personal and individualistic ways. As we become enlightened, we often feel an instinctive urge to share this “new found” insight. Why? Because we are a part of the collective whole which, cumulatively, is the matrix of God. As such, these shared messages of Divine wisdom contribute to the ascension of the collective whole to a higher state of existence.

But how does one share something that is ineffable or unable to be described or explained? We can try to relay our revelations in words, but then will only be frustrated by the realization that no matter how many explanations, reference books, or citations are used, we still cannot accurately convey the greatness of the experiential wisdom that is so beyond mortal comprehension. This is the driving force of art.

Art in any form—music, painting, drawing, architecture, poetry, photography, dance, or writing—is the expression of the Soul. Art is the most potent way to express a concept or thought that cannot be defined with words and that is capable of perpetual enlightenment through the projection and reception of a concept. And as with Truth, art is also subject to the individual’s recognition of greatness, as it is the diversity of all frequencies that make up the dynamic fabric of the Universe.

One should never be discouraged or discouraging of another’s artistic expression, for even in our flaws, we are Divine, and as our lessons become priceless threads of karmic wisdom, each thread becomes a crucial part in the fabric of the collective Soul.

Emotions create the many “chapters” in our lives through our reactions, which dynamically guide our consciousness into an ever-changing assessment of who we are. Emotions are the progressive milestones that define our current state of mind, showing us our ego and transcending it into wisdom. To gauge our ascension with the triumph of our conquered emotions is to rise above the superficiality of ascension-hindering judgments and to perceive with the brilliance of the Soul.


“The Self, indeed, is below. It is above. It is behind. 
It is before. It is to the south. It is to the north. 
The Self, indeed, is all this.
Verily, he who sees this, reflects on this, and understands this 
delights in the Self, sports with the Self, 
rejoices in the Self, revels in the Self. 
Even while living in the body he becomes a self-ruler. 
He wields unlimited freedom in all the worlds.”
Chandogya Upanishad 7:25.2

“The Self, indeed, is below. It is above. It is behind.
It is before. It is to the south. It is to the north.
The Self, indeed, is all this.
Verily, he who sees this, reflects on this, and understands this
delights in the Self, sports with the Self,
rejoices in the Self, revels in the Self.
Even while living in the body he becomes a self-ruler.
He wields unlimited freedom in all the worlds.”
Chandogya Upanishad 7:25.2

“The Self, indeed, is below. It is above. It is behind. 
It is before. It is to the south. It is to the north. 
The Self, indeed, is all this.
Verily, he who sees this, reflects on this, and understands this 
delights in the Self, sports with the Self, 
rejoices in the Self, revels in the Self. 
Even while living in the body he becomes a self-ruler. 
He wields unlimited freedom in all the worlds.”
Chandogya Upanishad 7:25.2




“The Self, indeed, is below. It is above. It is behind. 

It is before. It is to the south. It is to the north. 

The Self, indeed, is all this.
Verily, he who sees this, reflects on this, and understands this 

delights in the Self, sports with the Self, 

rejoices in the Self, revels in the Self. 

Even while living in the body he becomes a self-ruler. 

He wields unlimited freedom in all the worlds.
Chandogya Upanishad 7:25.2

“The Self, indeed, is below. It is above. It is behind. 

It is before. It is to the south. It is to the north. 

The Self, indeed, is all this.
Verily, he who sees this, reflects on this, and understands this 

delights in the Self, sports with the Self, 

rejoices in the Self, revels in the Self. 

Even while living in the body he becomes a self-ruler. 

He wields unlimited freedom in all the worlds.
Chandogya Upanishad 7:25.2

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