The energy vibration of us is expanding at an increasingly accelerated rate at this time in history. Think of it like the centripetal force of a ball attached to a rope, tied to a pole and wrapping around the pole quickly while the rope is becoming shorter. We are all at varied conditions of consciousness represented by where we are located along the rope and at the ball.
The speed of the orbiting around the pole and the speed at which the ball approaches the center increases as the rope shortens. Since we exist or are at varied conditions of consciousness or at points of awakening along the rope and at the ball, we are each approaching the center at different rates and times.
The end of the cycle is a phenomenal awakening that becomes the epitome of the consciousness or reality that we've been entertaining most often. The question is, on what are we focusing, and do we want more of it?
The opportunity is to choose Love as often as possible along the way. ♥
and/or perpetrated against the general population. There is value to understand or to be familiar with what is the common sense of the people, e.g. what is common to them, ordinarily understood to be true or considered to be logical and valid.
Likewise, certain societies or special interest groups teach, train and condition us to have a particular common sense depending on their goals and objectives via advertising, propaganda, drugs, chemical permeation/poisoning, desensitization and other methods pervasively. For example, the Common Core standards initiative in education is an aggressive method designed to cause massive shifts in the common sense of the population for marketing, creating a particular mindset for problem solving and some not-so-nice purposes, perhaps. Common sense evolves. Therefore, it is beneficial to have "extraordinary sense", as well. ♥
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"We recognize The Ten Commandments. They are not the Ten Commands. They are neither the Ten Demands nor The Ten Demandments...."
Invitation: In the explorations that we pursue together, I invite us to try on the precepts like a coat and see how it looks and feels. We might have to move around a bit to get the feel of it. Likewise, there is an opportunity to look at it in the mirror and notice how it becomes us. In the exploration, we consider the following as if it were true, whether or not it is.
Thank you for joining me to consider a perspective on The Ten Commandments. Many believe that there are more than ten commandments. This article is not an exploration about the quantity of the commandments. Rather, this is an exploration into the substance, character and purpose of the list, regardless of the number of commandments it contains and regardless of the particular content of each commandment. This article is about the purpose and benefits of having the list. Thank you for joining me to consider the following.
By definition, there is no loving God figure or genuine divinely guided person or other manifestation that will condemn, punish, ridicule or judge anything. Likewise, one will not demand anything. Love does not demand, control, manipulate, threaten nor cajole. Divine love occurs unconditionally. That means without judgement and without exception.
Imagine that all genuinely divinable communications are tools to guide us and prompt us to remember who and what we are - to awaken our divine consciousness and experience our greatness that comes with it.
Divine Love occurs unconditionally only. In that, it dwells one way only. It provides a space that allows free being, lovingly and forgivingly. It provides a venue for acceptance, peace, joy, wellness and celebration to occur. The space includes abundance and an acknowledgment and experience that all is perfectly well. That is all it does.
That said, we continue with a semantic and ontological exploration of The Ten Commandments.
We recognize The Ten Commandments. They are not the Ten Commands. They are neither the Ten Demands nor The Ten Demandments.
To command is to cause a reaction or by-product. In this respect, we do not command anything to act as if by demand. To command does not equal to demand. Rather when we command or when we are commanding, we are causing enrollment such that the people and things around us align, make choices or become a certain way because of their experience of our being. We do not command like a demand. Rather, our way of being precipitates or catalyzes a becoming.
Therefore commanding is actually causing a form of natural selection or enrollment that is motivated by how we are being when we engage.
Our mode of operating in the world commands or causes an alignment of consequences. We cause particular enrollments and conditions to prevail. That is the commanding, the causing of the thing. We cause things by whom and what we are in the matter of anything. This is the Law of Attraction.
Therefore, the commandments are the things or the conditions that we manifest by who we are or by how we are being. We evolve commandments into being. They include certain prevailing natural inclinations, which I hypothesize, includes the checklist of precipitated inclinations, which we call The Ten Commandments.
In other words, The Ten Commandments are a list of desired symptoms or outcomes intended to remind us to be a way that precipitates them. Therefore, we present the commandments to ourselves as a reference or meter to determine our condition, our status as loving beings.
The Ten Commandments serve as a gauge to see how we are doing - to notice what we are producing. They are not a list of things to do like rules. They are not demands. They are a list of ideal results, which we can obtain by operating and engaging with divine love.
Likewise, The Ten Commandments are a list of symptoms that are present when we are true, when we have balance, when we access and feel the love that we are.
Perhaps the Ten Commandments are to what we aspire in the game of life for the joy of it. Perhaps this is true. Thanks for the opportunity to look. Please join me in the celebration of what is available. Life is good, rich, and spicy. ♥
Click here for a discussion that reframes The Ten Commandments to read as The Ten Freedoms.
It appears that we celebrate the following quote by the famous American aphorist Mason Cooley...
"Arrogance frowns, pride smiles."
I happen to notice it on Facebook and cringed a little. You might ask, "How could a statement like that cause that reaction?"
I haven't researched what Cooley was pointing out; however, it seems that the quote or message was intended to validate pride as a nice and admirable predisposition, while implying that arrogance is not desirable. In other words, it seems like Cooley was declaring that it's not cool to be arrogant, but pride works great. I don't know. Maybe he was concurring with what I'm about to share.
The statement, in and of itself is valid, e.g. pride can elicit a smile, while arrogance can elicit a frown, albeit both can elicit a smile or a frown. First, to avoid confusion over semantics click here to review the definition of pride to which this article responds. Based on this definition; metaphysically speaking, the presumed meaning of the quote is a gross mistake.
Pride and arrogance are on the same side of the coin. Pride is a predisposition and precursor for arrogance to occur. Pride is a hidden ingredient of separatism. This might sound strange. Still, our acceptance and celebration of pride is a part of what makes "hate" pervasive and insidious in the human experience. It perpetuates the illusion of separation, keeping us unconscious and distracting us from remembering and realizing that we are organically One. The opposite side of the coin shines admiration, gratitude, respect, celebration and the like. Thanks for the opportunity to look and remember. ♥
and I can choose to treat others lovingly and authentically. Since I want to feel loved and treated genuinely, it helps even more to remember that we are One, which reminds me, therefore, that when I hurt you I am hurting a part of myself. Likewise, when I love you I am loving a part of myself. Fundamentally, remembering the Law of Attraction; we know that what goes around comes around. Ultimately, this is how we are able to consciously create our reality.
Thank you for the opportunity to look and remember. ♥
These are posts that were inspired from conversations. Please share what comes up for you! Namaste!
"If we believed that we are one organically, how might things change?"
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