What is full consciousness? It is knowing that you are part of a unified field. This field contains both your thoughts and the forms of their manifestation. Here I discuss the way everything works and how to apply these principles in our daily life. I refer to Kabbalah, Torah, Zohar, Bahir, New Thought, short stories and affirmations to illustrate this unified field of thought and form. The best is yet to come. Thanks for stopping by. Mark Siet - Author
Thursday, October 30, 2003
And God made the two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night; and the stars.
Thought is always taking form. It takes form mainly during the day under the influence of the greater light. At night the lesser light rules the organization of thought so that the next days activities are all in synch with each other. These lights are internal as well as external.
And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth,
The arrangement is thereby established where there is the creation of the outflow of the creator thought is continually revealed upon the earth. These actions of God are eternal by definition. This means they are still taking place. These actions started outside of time and are yet the cause of time so that the lesser light will always take on the reflection of the greater light. Without time form could not be revealed because form is the transitory nature of time in action. Change then is therefore established in the same way to carry on the many revelations of the light. Once again remember that the firmament is the filtering appartus, the time machine if you will which allows the visions to become stationary yet changing. The earth is solid yet constantly in motion externally revolving around the sun, spinning through the galaxy, while at the same time internal fires rage inside the earth mirroring the suns activity. On the surface of the earth all is movement. The clouds across the skies. Day. Night. Every variation inbetween. All is movement. Change.
and to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness; and God saw that it was good.