The Choosing

This year we saw some significant decisions being made. People decided to march, presidents decided to ban, prime ministers decided to separate. Considering how much social and political – both domestic and international – pressure politicians face, they are doing remarkably well. I’d say it even though some of their decisions might seem contradictory. Despite the political and global uncertainty they face themselves, the way they choose to act reflects some level of stability. At least this is the impression compared to their behaviours earlier in the year. Even Mr Trump, unpredictable as he might seem, had not diverged immensely in his behaviour or actions from what he had shown or promised the world in his presidential campaign. In a way we could see it as reassuring.

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Poetically Incorrect

I have been tiptoeing around the subject for quite a while now. Many a time my wavering hand would put its pen to paper only to withdraw it quickly from committing honesty so openly. I should think it was because the matter at hand had been so close to my heart. I wish I could say the matter concerns solely the poetry, or solely ~ what man has called in his mind ~ politics. However, the matter concerns both. In equal measure, it seems.

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Integrity. Part 1.

It feels the time has come for us to understand and embody integrity. Integrity which is catalysed through chaos, crystallised within and can manifest collectively as social integration and civilizational congruence.

We will present only the aspects which are tangible for humans in their daily lives, elements of biological and mental conditioning, functioning as common sense or historic sentiment, which continually influence social structures and our attitudes towards them. I will zoom into a point of transition between two densities 4 and 5D, especially for social and political experience and the relation between the two.

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The 7 D

As parts of humanity are starting to experience the manifestations of dissolution of the archetypal structures, I will very briefly introduce the topic of 7 D. As before, I will only use the terminology and interpretations which are readily available to human collective awareness. I will mention and aim to describe only the properties and elements which I see as relevant and relating to the human condition in its current state.

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Inside Out

or the simplicity of environ~mental transcendence.

Using the concepts and understanding presented in the last month’s post we will move a little deeper into understanding of two expressions of consciousness which we perceive as ‘environment’ and ‘race’. The aims are to illustrate why human construct is an ideal vehicle for universal transcendence and lay the foundation for understanding multidimensionality at the structural level. I will stress here that viewing any structure, including socio-political, through the prism of personal experience is incorrect and detrimental for the understanding of such structure. However, becoming more familiar with our own individual multidimensionality accustoms our brain to view systems and structures from and at that level.

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Third Field. Part 2.

and/or Contextualising Environmental Conditioning

Last year I wrote about how nations come into interaction with each other and create a third field. Today I’d like to focus on the micro-level of these interactions comprised mainly of subtle mechanisms of our collective psyche. To make explanations as simple as possible I will use an example of interaction of two people only and illustrate what is included in the third field created through that interaction. I will roughly use the model of Hierarchy 2 to put the explanations in context. My own nomenclature and environmental context of what conditions the third field will also be presented. This post might be of some use to those interested in conflict resolution at the root cause rather than the symptomatic, end stage level.

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