The word art in Ancient Greek is poesis, from which we get our word poetry. It means “creation”. In our current programming, we have been taught that art is useless, and that it is simply an expression of personal perspective, but nothing more. This is a lie that has been propagated to make you willingly let your guard down when it comes to art. The entertaining arts [entertain (v.) late 15c., “to keep up, maintain, to keep (someone) in a certain frame of mind] have been granted an open door into our living rooms, bedrooms, our children’s education, and forms of play. Those are the portals to our consciousness. The arts are powerful and hypnotic creations of mankind. It is not through governments that we are truly ruled. It is through the art. Plato himself tried to warn us: the poets (the Hollywood of his day) rule. He saw the danger they posed to our mind – the lies, the wars, the suffering. Today, our heads are streamed 24/7 with arts, artifacts, symbols, and spells. Make sure what is streaming inside you is coming from Source, not Soot.
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This blog is the documentation of journey, that started off with an intention, based on how I knew myself to think, live, and be. I also thought I knew what the future should be like, and what the past was. I thought I knew who I was: what my thoughts were, what was me and not me, and what I was capable of. Although I had a sense that there was something beyond space and time, something beyond what I thought was true and real, I still had more faith in the linear physical-mental world, the world that has so much energetic moment and density.
My journey, as reflected through this blog, is the journey from the known and familiar, to the unknown, the strange and the magical. I am discovering, day by day, that what I thought was love, is not; that what I thought was real, is not; that what I thought was wisdom, is not.
This is the true Socratic path, a path that I only learned about, during my days in university.
Plato called extra-sensory and or extra-mental perception phronesis. Phronesis is an inner knowing that is also an experiencing. It is the experience of the outer within the inner world at the same time. Phronesis is always experienced as connection and beauty, and it fills the observer with deep peace, faith, and awe. it is truly the experience that we are one, and that I AM.
This blog contains many aspects of my journey, many experiences and points of view that I often leave behind and must leave behind. Truly, my heart is silent, but I still write in order to help those on this path, which can be so difficult and painful. Because letting go of the familiar can be painful and challenging, triggering a dark night of the soul, and the feeling that we are dying.
But you are not dying. You are getting ready to be reborn. All along, we have been guiding you to this point, to this stage in your awakening, to this place that is, will be, and always has been your true nature.