Solar Messages Updated!

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Dec. 2, 2018

Within all pain and confusion, there is opportunity to expand our Being with wisdom. The goal in life is not to perpetuate the pain by mimicking the offending behavior, but to seek balance in all situations, allowing us to grow with timely wisdom. The state of our unawakened self is mirrored through our world by virtue of our perception. Resolution cannot come from perpetuating the chaos or domination with the same energy that feeds it, it can only come through honest introspection, accountability and understanding.


The male/female aspects of the world are reflections of our individual sense of inner balance.
The male, represents our life on this earth (hence the word, “mankind”), the world and the ego, often perceived as dominant force in the physical world and inferior in the spiritual world. The ego is an essential component for growth, seeding the foundation for the human experience.
The female, representing the cosmos and the soul, is often overshadowed by the ego in the physical world and regarded as superior to the ego in the spiritual world.
Such biased perceptions are the core of imbalance.


In this human experience, we are embodied with an ego and a soul, elements that are the crux of our being. Each of these profound and essential elements of the self has equal purpose in our journey through life.
The ego is our vehicle, taking us to experiences of cause and effect and the soul is our navigator, guiding us with accrued wisdom. To hold one as more valuable or essential over the other is to throw the journey way off course, leaving us stalled in chaos and confusion. A car cannot travel without a driver and a driver cannot travel without a car (perhaps the day will come when the car will drive itself, but in order for that to happen it could only be programmed—a deep thought to ponder). 



For centuries, society (and more recently, social media) has taken the wheel and greatly altered our journey through conditioning and influence. Through a purely egocentric perspective, (self-serving agendas and/or victim consciousness) the delicate balance of equality becomes greatly distorted. The soul can only advance with unbiased truth and understanding. This is not to suggest turning a blind eye to the wrongs of the world, but to find them within the Self and correct them.  One cannot recognize something that does not already exist within.

 

To regain balance and inner peace, we must recognize and resolve the karmic aspects of our world through ourselves. Action, reflection and introspection is key in navigating through the human experience. Too often, we find ourselves pointing the finger outward when something bad is recognized (only acknowledging our own perceived greatness). This practice only feeds the negative aspects that are observed with the same energy. Through self-preservation and pride, we find ourselves in denial of the messages that the universe is showing us about ourselves. The I Ching states, The superior man, seeing what is good, imitates it; seeing what is bad, he corrects it in himself.”

 

Honest and objective wisdom of one’s Self is a difficult practice, but with compassion, understanding and the willingness to learn, it can be mastered. Everything that takes place in our lives happens to teach us. It is our responses to each circumstance that will either strengthen us with wisdom or weaken us with blame. Non-judgment is the first step in mastering successful spiritual growth. Observe (ourselves through others) without bias and blame, seeking only understanding. This practice will eventually become second nature and enable us to successfully navigate through this microcosmic life and transcend into our macrocosmic Self.

 

“Man, know thyself, and thou shalt know the universe and God.”

~ Pythagoras.



One who knows the inner self knows the external world as well. One who knows the external world knows the inner self as well.

~ Jainism. Acarangasutra

 

The moral man finds the moral law beginning in the relation between man and woman, but ending in the vast reaches of the universe.

~ Confucianism. Doctrine of the Mean 12

 

I am Father and Mother of the world.

~Hinduism, Bhagavad Gita



We shall show them Our signs in the horizons and in themselves, till it is clear to them that it is the truth.

~ Islam. Qur'an

I am He, you are She;
I am Song, you are Verse,
I am Heaven, you are Earth.


We two shall here together dwell, becoming parents of children.
~ Atharva Veda

Representing heaven and earth, I have created husband and wife. This is the beginning of the world.
~Tenrikyo. Mikagura-uta

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