Monday, August 5, 2019

Aliens in my dreams

I had a very interesting dream. The relevant part of the dream was not very long, but I was in my driveway with my son and father. I went to take the trash bin out to the curb for collection when I noticed movement in the sky. I looked closely and I could see little specks of light darting around everywhere. I realized they were small ships appearing in the sky and shooting everywhere very fast. Excitedly, I asked my son and father if they could see them as well since the ships moved so fast it just looked like glimpses. They also saw them. After a short while, I saw larger ships appearing in the sky, some hovering in place, others moving. I started to wave and shout out to welcome them and I was feeling very excited and joyful. Pretty soon, all the neighbors noticed as well as they came out to also wave and greet the ships. Everyone was excited and welcomed the ships!

This isn't my first dream I've had of extraterrestrials coming to visit. I remember other dreams I have had in the past where I saw them as well. It wasn't like this dream where there were so many showing up. It was only a couple or a handful that I saw and I was excited then as well. I still remember two very vivid dreams when I was a child, where in my dream, I saw bright lights coming in from my window. I looked out the window to see what the light was, but did not see anything. As I was young, I was afraid of this and it caused me to wake up from my sleep. This dream of having a bright light shining into my window happened on two different occasions. Both times, it woke me up from my sleep. At the time, I didn't understand what the dream was about, but I was so afraid that I read my Catholic missalette to be able to go back to sleep.

In case you might feel scared or fearful about this type of dream, thinking it is an "invasion" of some sort, my perspective on "aliens" isn't what is portrayed in movies and novels. I believe that "aliens" are extraterrestrial extensions of "us", meaning our higher selves. A human life is one type of experience in physical form. There are many, many different expressions of physical form but they do not all exist in the same dimension. These other forms are expressions of energy into physical manifestations, but they are connected to each of us no different than, say, a past life, a future life, deceased relatives, etc. We as humans have been very much isolated in our experience of life such that we cannot understand non-human life. Thus we are led into fear of the unknown.

The reason why I had this dream, if I think about it, is most likely because I know that full contact will occur soon and this is just confirmation of my contact with them in the dream state. It's also a way to prepare people for such an event, so that fear is not created. I would not be surprised if many other people have had a similar dream recently. The urge to fear this is very strong because of the conditioning that has occurred over many years through media, but that is why it is taking so long for full contact to occur.

My belief about what and why "aliens" might want to make full contact with humans is not for domination or conquest, although there are those species that are of such nature (again, this is not to create fear, but rather an understanding that there is duality in this reality). Full contact that will occur will not be from those races. Instead, it will be from those that have the highest intentions for our evolution and development. Whether we know it or not, these beings have always been here, watching over us. They have been providing guidance and direction in conjunction with so many other spiritual beings.

Spiritual development is not about salvation. Salvation is what people expect due to fear. Spiritual development is about awareness, awareness of self, others, and beliefs, and expectations. If you think about religions and philosophies in the context of awareness, you would see this truth. Christianity wasn't about following Jesus to salvation. It was about awareness of your beliefs, thoughts and attitudes. Some thoughts and attitudes leads to pain and destruction and others to joy and peace. This is an awareness of choices, which is what the Bible is talking about when it mentioned the fruit from the tree of good and evil. It is exemplifying the notion of being aware of your choices regardless of life circumstances. Same goes for pretty much any other spiritual teachings that exist. They all are meant to get the hearer to become more aware of themselves. By "saving" themselves, meaning being aware of themselves (beliefs, thoughts, and feelings), they then help others, meaning they become aware of others (how else would others be helped if not by your awareness of their needs). Helping others isn't about doing something for them. Rather, it is the intention that arises from awareness which attracts those who seek. That connection, which is always there with everyone and everything, draws those who are seeking to those who are aware. Awareness is what allows one to be awake.

Those who are awake, no longer see the world as they used to. Those who are asleep, are told what to believe, and they blindly accept because they are not aware they do this. Awareness is the first step to becoming awake. This is what the extraterrestrials are waiting for. When enough people are awake and aware, then they can appear to us because they know that fear will not control them. The fear from programming into so many sleeping people would hinder the relationship, thus making any appearance a negative event.

Thursday, April 4, 2019

The "Event", the "Shift", the "Awakening"

There is a lot of talk and speculation in the "spiritual" community and even the religious about changes that have, are, and will take place within this period of time. 2012 was the year when things really kicked off, according to many. Religious people are looking at world events, both natural and man-made, as signs. There are many words being used to describe them similarly, but I personally think they represent the same things. For example, Apocalypse is the religious word for end of the world, but the word itself can be re-interpreted to mean end of this world. This subtle distinction between "the" world and "this" world is that "this" means there are more than one representation of "the world". The "spiritual" community uses words like "Event" to represent the same thing, which some also call the "Shift". One represents a point in time where a major change occurs, while the other represents the act of changing. But in all cases, there seems to be agreement that a major change will take place in the relatively experienced future (hard to talk about time without giving the impression that linear time is real). Also, the "end" is not an absolute end as if things are going away. It simply means it is the end of the old (way of being, way of thinking, way of seeing, etc.). It means change is coming.

If you read any of my previous blog posts, you'll know that I've been talking about the idea of what reality is and how it comes to be. I have stated that we are not individuals, but rather infinite different perspectives of a Single Source of consciousness. We use the term "individual" because we see things as being separate, but that is a matter of perception and interpretation. Our consciousness is the thing that allows us to experience "me". Whatever we experience through "me" is created by "me", because there is only One Source of consciousness. Thus, what each individual perspective perceives as their reality is the creation of their ideas about reality. You might say "but baby's don't know anything, and they are born into the reality that already exists". But that assumes a baby, a person, a cat, anything is only conscious or aware of reality at some future point in time. This is the materialist perspective about consciousness and time, that it is a function of a developing (linear progression) brain. I have argued that consciousness is the only thing that exists, and we interpret experience as reality since all physical senses must go through conscious awareness in order to perceive it. For example, if you didn't notice a moving vehicle or hear a sound, then it did not exist in your reality. It may exist in another person's reality because they focused on it (brought it into their awareness), but that does not mean it existed for both individuals. You cannot prove another individual's reality or world experience since you cannot be "in their shoes". You can only receive their interpreted perspective.

So given this recap on my perspective about reality, what does that have to do with the "Event" or "Shift" or "Awakening"? There is much back-story about our current condition as humans. Some believe that humans are alone in this universe and that they are being fought over by angels and demons. Some believe that there are external "alien" forces that have defined and restricted human development. Some believe that there is only the individual perspective that defines everything. All of these perspectives are true and correct. It is only the individual's interpretation and self-created meaning that people see differences and separation between them. For example, angels and demons could be re-defined as "positive" extraterrestrials and "negative" extraterrestrials. If you see the two as being the same concepts, two forces that are affecting humans, then both  the religious and the UFO community agree. Encompassing both ideas, the idea that each individual is creating this reality applies as well. Who are these opposing forces if not the dualistic aspects of each individual externalized into a drama? Just because the connection between two individuals are not both humans does not negate the fact that all is connected regardless of form or location. A human can be "positive" and "negative". A human can help and hurt. A human can assist or enslave. The form is not the differentiator. It is the intended experience that is important.

"Awakening" is simply the after effect of an individual questioning their reality. In that process of questioning, they realize that they no longer agree with the beliefs they once held. When this occurs, each individual chooses what to believe next. Some follow the path of confusion. Some follow the path of enlightenment. This choice is determined by how much fear they knowingly or unknowingly allow into their search. For example, if someone no longer believes that Christianity is the right way, they may seek another idea about their "truth", but unknowingly hold on to their belief in evil and negative experiences. This will direct them towards information that aligns with their unconscious beliefs. They may believe in negative Reptilians causing hurt and suffering to humans, thus preventing them from awakening because they are suppressing them. They may believe that the world is going to hell in a hand-basket, even without any agreement of a religious connotation. But those who choose to believe that all is "good", that there cannot be any "bad", will interpret these same ideas differently. They will see things as choices in the context of free-will.

Some will believe that there is no free-will because behind the scenes, your higher-self is directing things or the world just exists outside of you. But again, these interpretations should show you what unconscious beliefs you hold. If you believe that there is no free-will in this life, you assume there is separation between your higher-self and you as the human or experiencer.  Or you may hold fears that you cannot change your experience because your higher-self is in control and not you. This belief can come about because they hear someone say that your life was "planned". The idea that a life is "planned" is misunderstood. Planning something simply means creating an opportunity for certain experiences. Free-will comes in the form of choice. You have full freedom of will to choose how you react to an experience. But in both cases, you are the higher-self and the experiencer, so you chose the experience, and you choose how to respond to the experience. It is a matter of perspective, which aspect of you are you looking at?

For those who are "awakening" or have "awoke", this will lead some to "shift". This "shift" is both physical and metaphor. There is a change in the energy pattern of individuals whose beliefs change them. Their world-view expands, and allows for more experience. When that happens, their energy pattern or "frequency" shifts to a different vibration based on their beliefs. Metaphorically, they no longer interpret their perceptions the same way. How can they, if their beliefs are different? Thus, the world-view, both in terms of beliefs and experiences changes. The physical changes may or may not necessarily occur based on their known and unknown beliefs. Some are born with the physical shift as their life plan, others will not experience any difference in their world experience. It is all part of the need to experience. There is no goal or necessity to be shifted. This too is a part of the beliefs that people create. The idea of shifting is simply to allow each individual the chance to expand their consciousness, but this expansion is different for everyone. The world is not filled with sinners who must all be saved. The "shift" can be misconstrued to be the same as salvation, but that cannot be the case since you are not separate from the One Source and you cannot stop existing because time is not what you think it is.

The "Event" is looked at by some to mean "aliens will make their presence known to all". Some will see this as moving to "the New Earth". Some will see this as mass spiritual awakening. All of these are true. They are all effects of the changes that is occurring to our reality (individuals, planets, solar system, galaxy, universe, Source). It has been said that people are no longer afraid of the unknown, no longer wanting to follow the same ideas, no longer willing to do the same things over and over. They want change, and the "Event" represents that desire being manifested in this reality by the human collective. But not all are of this mindset. Those who are not of the same mindset, will not perish or disappear or suffer any more than they choose to. Time and space are not the singular things people believe it is. Most people look around and think "there is only this one place and time", but that is not the case in a timeless reality. Without time, ALL THINGS EXIST because timelessness can be looked at as infinite time. Infinite time means everything that could be, has been, and exists NOW. Therefore, each perspective about their reality all exists NOW. So, the "Event" will mean each individual will start to experience what they allow themselves to experience individually. As I said at the beginning of this blog entry, you cannot know what another person's world experience is like. That is by purpose, to have infinite different perspectives of Source itself. Therefore, each individual will continue to create their own reality as they choose to.

Even though there is much information about this subject of "Shifting", "the Event", and "Awakening", there is much fear generated by people who propagate their unconscious fears. My hope is that people recognize their own fears and beliefs and accept them as experiences rather than reality. Otherwise, it can keep them from seeing the Light in everything. The Light is truly the only thing that exists and matters. Everything else is simply an experience.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Unifying Theory for Everything

If there was such a thing as a unifying theory for everything, it would be that there is only Existence. Everything else stems from Existence, and that means whatever can be, will be. However, to have an "everything", you must know that there is a "something". That can only happen if Existence is aware of its Existence. If there is no awareness of self, then nothing can happen since there can be no choice. Therefore, Existence is aware of Self. Self does not mean individuality or separation. It only means Existence is aware of Existence. What the heck does all this mean for us as humans?

Humans are a subset of Existence. Why? Because humans are aware of self, and thus by correlation, human is Existence. The unifying theory for everything is that by definition, not only humans is Existence, but so is anything that can be. Once those "anythings that can be" is aware of self, then they "will be". This is how "reality" comes into being. The moment Existence as something becomes aware of self, it manifests itself in order to experience self. This is where the notion that God is experiencing itself through everything comes from.

A person is limited because they only perceive as a person. They are a specific person and they see Everything from a specific point of view. By "Everything", I really mean that which the person has experienced. This is usually a very limited set of experiences. For example, most people in today's times have never experienced what it is like to cross the oceans in a Viking boat, or cross the continent in a stagecoach, or suffer through the plague in the middle of England. These are experiences that are out of reach in our time, and can only assume what it's like. The other limiting aspect of people today is that history for most people ends with the so-called "caveman". They have no idea what existed prior, during, or even after. They have no idea what exists outside of planet Earth. They have no idea what exists INSIDE planet Earth. And this is just on planet Earth. Yet from this microscopic point of view about reality, people have most definite ideas about "everything". Ideas like "only humans exist in the universe" or "there are demons and devils out to get you" or "cavemen were dumb and ignorant".

The unifying theory for everything means that nothing is outside of Existence, because everything must exist for it to be considered something. I don't mean exist in a specific form, such as physical form. Exist simply means that there is awareness of that something. Who/what is aware of that something for it to exist? Only a something needs to be aware of its existence, because it is the "unit" of awareness. If everything is Existence, then that means Existence is everything. This is the idea that there is only one thing: Existence. People use the term God or Source or All That Is, but they all mean the same thing. Existence does not have a beginning or an end. It simply exists. The question of creation isn't relevant because if you ask how something was created, then you can keep asking how the cause of any creation was created. If something has a beginning, and it was created, then what created the creator, or that creator, etc. It becomes an infinite query, and therefore, Existence is infinite and does not have a beginning because if something is created by a creator, "a creator", whether it's personified or not, is the cause of any creation forever. If it has no beginning, then the question of an end is meaningless since whatever created the beginning can continue to create a new beginning at the end.

If you notice, I am not focusing on a specific creation. That is because anything specific is just an example of Existence. The Unifying Theory for Everything doesn't differentiate what exists because it contains everything. People use emotion to explain things in their reality, but this is a limited perspective. Emotion is the product of experience. It is not a thing. A thing created the experience which created emotion, not the other way around. This means that if you try to explain things in emotional terms like "God loves" or "the universe doesn't care", then it isn't a true explanation. It is simply an interpretation. Existence is without emotion and just is. It doesn't prefer, it doesn't deny, it doesn't differentiate. It allows. From that allowance, everything that is aware of itself can choose. By that choice, they can interpret and if they so choose, experience emotion.

Whenever the term Love is used, it is assumed that Love means emotion. That is not what Love is. Love is Light, which is a metaphysical way of saying Love is Existence. Light can be thought of as the awareness of self. It is the "awakening" moment from darkness. Darkness isn't ignorance, but rather non-awareness of Existence. It can be thought of as the unlimited source of possibilities that has not manifested. In other words, everything that can be, and yet is not. We experience human life because of light. Light means it manifested the self-awareness of something into form. Light is Existence, which is Love and Love is Light. Love/Light, Light/Love is another way of saying Existence creates out of awareness/Love of self, and self reflects its Existence by existing as Light.

Many people have trouble understanding this theory for everything because they are stuck in their mental definitions of words. Language has become a prison bar. They do not consider the idea from the words, and instead limit themselves with the definitions of the words. In order to see past the limited ideas about everything, one must recognize that the words used to describe or explain a concept is only the beginning of understanding. One must go further into the understanding to see the greater understanding that exists beyond the opening door. For example, you might believe in religion. That is one aspect of the theory for everything, but it is a limited understanding because it assumes God is no more than a greater human. How else would you explain the belief that God would punish anyone, especially since God/Existence is everything and everything is Existence/God? You might believe in science and only physical existence. But then your Existence is limited to humans because if science accepted that non-humans and even non-living things are self-aware, it leaves the realm of physicality. It no longer is about physical creating life, but something else unseen. The belief that consciousness is not the product of a physical thing is metaphysical.

In addition to getting hung up on words and definitions, people get hung up on "examples". Examples are things within their experience, such as Earth, space, time, people, animals, plants, etc. These "examples" are used to explain their reality, without even understanding how those examples exist. They take for granted that they exist somehow, and try to explain their existence by these examples. A simple example of this is saying "science knows how things work so there is nothing outside of physical reality". They don't see that they're saying science only knows about physical reality, so how can they know nothing outside physical reality exists? To truly explore reality, you must first realize that reality isn't just what is seen. How can it? You are literally stuck on a planet while in physical form. Until that time when humans can leave the planet, your reality is bound to the surface, while consciously awake. However, if you are brave enough, because so many have become ingrained with religious ideas about evil and death, then you might consider exploring the "other" reality. By "other", I mean the aspects of reality that you cannot see with your physical eyes.

Physical reality is a misnomer. Again, words and definitions restrict. Something that is "physical" is also "spiritual". Physical is a term used to mean something with specific properties that are unchanging. So matter is a physical thing because it doesn't observationally change. And yet, matter doesn't exist. If you peer deeper and deeper at its structure, it isn't really there. We only perceive it using our physical senses. If you did not have the sense of touch, you would not be able to feel anything there. If you did not have the sense of sight, you would not see anything there. So, that physical thing is also spiritual, because the only reason why you can see or feel something is because it went from "can be" to "is" through Light. Light is energy. It is the photon. It is the electron. It is the neutron. It is all particles that make up matter because all particles are energy in different configurations.

The theory for everything is what I believe is reality. It allows for everything that we have experienced and everything that we have not experienced. This means experiences within space, within time, within dimensions, within planets, within universes, etc. It doesn't infer any individual beliefs within the reality because that is a subjective aspect of free-will. It only infers what allows for individual perspective. Individual perspective is also a choice. It is the aspect of allowing for free-will. Without separation, you cannot have free-will. You would be the only thing existing, and thus the idea of free-will makes no sense when there is no one else to stop you from doing what you want. Free-will only exists within the idea of separation through individuality. This means that all possible experiences can be had because of free-will. If you want to experience being human, that's one choice. If you want to experience being an extra terrestrial, that's another choice. If you want to experience being a rock, that's a third choice. All possible choices exist. That is the Theory for Everything and it is unifying because it doesn't leave any choice out.