Monday, October 27, 2003

Spirit Winds are those forces that are stirred up as a result of the constant mining of these thought forms here. They rise in coherency as the unification of thought occurs. Their direction is determined by the particular energy field that is attached to these mind flows as they are issuing forth and going out into the world. In a sense these spirit winds are the calling back of these thoughts as witnesses to form.

"And God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day"

The distinction between that which we are bringing forth and that which remains hidden is organized. Further we are told that evening and morning make up a unit called one day. Afternoon seems to be missing but really this is about the light and the darkness. The way this is phrased, both evening and morning are part of one day which previously, day has been defined as the name God gives to light. This can be confusing except when we analyze it under the lens of cognitive perception. Revelations that come to us are as the day to our consciousness. The unknown areas out of which these revelations come are as the night. All together however both day and night represent one day, or rather everything that comes to us from everything that it comes from are all unified on this one day. The cycle is from evening to morning. Out of the darkness comes the understandings we are searching for, the demonstrations of our light awareness taking shape first as thought and then as the process comingles the unity of the understanding and the representation of the understanding. It is then the image, and then the likeness that is then presented. This is after all the beginning of time.

"And God said: 'Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.'

We are talking major separation here in preparation for the thoughts to come into form. The firmament is the semi permeable barrier between the thoughts that are brought into being and those thoughts that remain unrealized. The firmament can be said to be an active transformer of these waters providing an ongoing interface for the realization of thought into form. This division facilitates the process of separating the subtle from the gross.

"And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament; and it was so. "

Remember heaven and earth were already created. The firmament is usually thought to be the stars and planets-constellations, the physical counterparts providing the interface. The whole vastness of space are the waters above and also alludes to the darkness heretofore spoken of. The complete unknown is its realm so that it suggests something more than the space as we The unrealized thoughts. The quanta of the unverse. Something else is going on out there so incredible that we cannot even begin to describe. Still the possiblity and recognition of that possibility are enough to allow it into our sphere of encompassment. The waters below the firmament are thoughts which already been brought forth unified now by their very nature into regions of coherency and compatibility. Time and its outworkings are very much in evidence here.

"And God called the firmament Heaven. And there was evening and there was morning, a second day."

It is to be understood that we are repeating a process. God created the Heaven remember in the beginning. When God names something then we are to think that this is the image and likeness of and not the original. Firmament is the image and likeness of heaven but acts in a manner unto itself. It's properties are still those of transformative influence but it is for another level or purpose that this occurs here on this second day. This purpose is the concept of reflection where thoughts take on their creator like qualities in response to the one will.

"And God said: 'Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear.' And it was so. "

Let our thoughts be gathered together in unity with the central idea being filtered or transformed by the firmament so that the appearance of form should arise. This is the perhaps the most critical step in the process of thoughts taking form. The agency of the firmament allows the transfer to take place from the realization of thoughts into representative form. Again it is the image of likeness of the heavens that is taking place here. All of this is being constantly directed. When God says and it is so is telling us that yes the image and likeness of the these heavens are now formed into the dry land.

" And God called the dry land Earth, and the gathering together of the waters called He Seas; and God saw that it was good. "

By calling the dry land Earth we are reminded that Earth already was created. This calling is the representative of that creation in the midst of the unity of thought, or the gathering together of the waters called the Seas. Of course it was Good. The intention has been fully realized. It is the bringing forth of the Light that was Good into now these images and likenesses of the Light that was Good, mirrored now by this Dry Land and Sea formed by the gathering of the waters which also is good. The definition here is that the entire process works as a unity. From the unity of thought, raised by spirit comes the reflection of spirit defined through the filter of the firmament which is simply the universal constant without which nothing could be carried forth. This interface is there for all time and is in fact the beginning of time.


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