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My body is my Temple. Anything that distracts me from reclusive and absorbed presence in the Temple is irreverent and irrelevant. This Temple is inherently there. No movement or action is required at all to be in your Holy Place. Any movement that is not purposefully of a pragmatic or ecstatic nature should be discarded. This means movements of body, but it also means movement of the eyes, and speech, and mental activity. So much of our energies are used for completely pointless activities. We sit around and fidget, move our eyes around, and analyze everything, because we don’t know how to be still, and feel we always have to be doing something. Ecstatic union with God is impossible in such a state.

Our baseline of ‘stillness’ is actually quite a high amount of movement or perceptual activities, and we become entirely de-sensitized to that range of activity, as if it is nothing. All things that happen to us are judged in relation to that baseline, which is a farily high level of activity. We have no sensitivity. We cannot experience ecstacy. We cannot know God. All of this unnecessary activity degrades your Temple. The aim of life is to know Self, to know God. God is not found through activities in the world, but through seeking him in his Temple, your body.

We have to learn to think like our nervous system. To think like DNA. There are certain principles of reality/self-hood that can be found in human activity and then in every scale of reality, all the way down to the quantum levels. As it stands, in society-as-it-is, we do not have the linguistic understanding or vocabulary to accurately explain and understand such activity. It is best to understand the psychology of the nervous system and the genetic code, and then understand human-interaction in terms of these principles.

The post-terrestrial circuits are such that the signals transceived by them do not filter through a good-bad duality. It is, rather, pure reception and transfer of body impulses, brain signals, and genetic imperative. Their activation and integration is dependent on your ability to become perceptive to these impulses, and learn to operate in high-velecity realities, able to sift through incredible amounts of information at once.

We are now at a time of metamorphosis as a species. This is the turning point of evolution. The potential for the most rapid evolutionary progress in the history of life on this planet is now available. Consider the first animals to leave the water for land. Consider the rapid evolution that took place when life began migrating out of water and onto land. This is because the imprints which had bound life to the water were suspended, and new land-imprints were able to take hold, causing the life-forms to evolve rapidly and to become accustomed to land-life. When life began to move to land, it was novel. Small numbers of individuals did it first, before more and more began, leading to more and more wide-spread evolutionary progression. Now is that time, only we are larvals breaking free of our cocoon, blossoming into butterflies.

Think about our situation from a wider perspective, the broad perspective of evolutionary time. Certain humans have begun leaving the planet, and heading out into space. We’re learning about our nervous system, about our genetic code. We’re discovering how reality functions at a quantum level. We are testing the waters, so to speak, of these new realities that are becoming available to us. It is time for us to suspend our earth-bound newtonian imprints. It is time to learn to experience the gravity-free high-velocity realities that are available to us in space. We have to recognize the evolution that is taking place, and jump to the forefront of it, acting as evolutionary scout for our species, charting out the new post-terrestrial realities.