Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Constant Consistent Focus

It is easy to sucked into the outer flow where your thoughts are no longer originating from your focused intention. In such cases your mind begins to space and what you are hearing are but echoes of what others are putting out there. Constant consistent focus is the only way to assure yourself of continuing your directed attention.

The Torah is sometimes seen as a surrounding fence appearing in the Mishnah and the Babylonian Talmud in this form. Lets look at this meaning in terms of its context with the first paragraph above.
By tuning in to Torah we are tuning in to words of connection. These connections are evidenced throughout every interpretation there ever was for any particular line or verse or section. All of these
connections form the fence of Torah. A fence contains and also protects. The protection is against the outside influences of chaotic thinking which may lead us astray. The containment is to keep us
focused upon our chosen intention. The fence refers to actual interpretations of Torah as well as our keeping faith with our focused intention.

A curious phenomena seems to occur as you begin increasing your focus upon your good and the time you spend returning to it each day. Resistance as in the two positive or two negative poles of a magnet
pushing away at each other. The closer we are to bursting through the element of possibility into the reality of form this resistance seems to increase until suddenly we are on the other side of possibility
and well on our way to becoming that which we have been thinking of. The resident feelings which occur during these breakthroughs are symbolized by the overflowing of consciousness as in the kundalini rising and completing its circuit of connection. Another way to say this is the perception of the Shekinah or Divine Presence making itself known to us in feelings of warmth and well being.

The light is turned on whenever connection is established and is the basis of all inspiration and higher thought. Higher thought knows itself and travels in realms of its own. This is why we strive to
reach these higher thoughts so that there we will be guided by their effulgence. Momentum becomes a factor once we've established the recurring carrier wave of choosing our intention. Then this thought
form becomes the dominant driving force in our consciousness. Keep these two ideas in mind when you read the next section which is Psalm 95. One, there is the connection of the fence of Torah which we are actively connecting to now. Two, there is the light of all inspiration which flows to us from above in response to our determined intention.

1 O come, let us sing unto the LORD; let us shout for joy to the Rock
of our salvation.

Yes let us overflow with higher consciousness always because in doing
so we are assured of wonderful experiences and the certain passage of
our highest thoughts into form.

2 Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving, let us shout for
joy unto Him with psalms.

The same idea here only in the presence of knowing that our good is
upon us we then joyfully express that good in thought, word and deed.

3 For the LORD is a great God, and a great King above all gods;

When we seek on high we can only experience the connection of the
One, the Perpetual One which is the unity of thought and expression
throughout the experiences of our lives.

4 In whose hand are the depths of the earth; the heights of the
mountains are His also.

Whatever you can think of to have he meaning your intentional thought
can make it happen because it is the realm of thought to reproduce
itself in the image and likeness of its maker.

5 The sea is His, and He made it; and His hands formed the dry land.

The entire sea of consciousness, all of the thoughts of all of the
people are formed by and a resident part of that which you are always
thinking. As a result of these thoughts your ideas are made
manifest, 'his hands formed the dry land.'

6 O come, let us bow down and bend the knee; let us kneel before the
LORD our Maker;

That which we are in essence is that which has made us. This is the
true mystery because just as we experience the forms of our present
day thinking so too do we experience the energy of a lifetime of
contemplation symbolized by who and what we are now in this moment.

7) For He is our God, and we are the people of His pasture, and the
flock of His hand. {N}To-day, if ye would but hearken to His voice!

Listen to the higher voice. Let it build your world for you. Maintain
your intention to see your good appear to you. Do this and then let
go as we've explained previously. See the theme's of Modern Kabbalah
always played out in timelessness.

8 'Harden not your heart, as at Meribah, as in the day of Massah in
the wilderness;

When negativity comes upon you do not cling to it. Let it go and
reach up for your highest voice. Let go and experience your good. See
your good and do not take 'no' for an answer.

9 When your fathers tried Me, proved Me, even though they saw My

Listen we all have ample experience in the way things work. It's time
to heed that experience and allow it to rule our choices to make it
easier to focus our attention on our good, our divine intention.

10 For forty years was I wearied with that generation, and said: It
is a people that do err in their heart, {N}and they have not known My

Your higher thoughts await you do not wait forever to reach up and
take part in them.

11 Wherefore I swore in My wrath, that they should not enter into My

Does God turn away here? No never. What is being described is the result of our choice to react to negative thinking and not take part in the peace of God. Once again, let go and allow God, the intention of good to be your consistent focus.


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