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In reality, we exist as one planet, a rock, in an incredibly large galaxy, which exists as one part of an unimaginably larger yet Universe. Yet we have been grounded to earth for so long, and have developed such complex social organizations and moralistic power structures, that we really believe that we are the center of the universe. That everything revolves around our petty differences. The idea is absurd when you consider the fact that there exist hundreds of billions of stars, perhaps, in our galaxy. No matter how you do the math, in terms of figuring out figures that make logical sense, all the way down to intelligent life, there must be many, many other civilizations that exist in our galaxy, let-alone in our Universe. Then you must consider that it is possible that there exists many other life-forms that exist outside of conditions that we believe defines life. We are discovering more and more that life is possible outside of conditions we have generally considered, and if you consider other types of life-forms, that opens up the number of possible other life unimaginably more yet.

When you factor everything in, and then consider that our Sun is about at its halfway point, in terms of its development and life-cycle, there must be millions of other civilizations. Given our Suns’ development, that it is at the approximate half-way point of its life-cycle, about half of them would be more developed than us. We are literally about half-way through our development, at least relative to a Suns’ life-cycle. This is what is being represented by the Eight-Circuits of Consciousness. “Modern Society” represents the Fourth Circuit. This is the final stage of larval-existence, or primative-robot existence, grounded to the womb-planet. From here we retract Larval imprints, and began to develop ways of existing that are more individual in nature, and represent Self-Empowered Post-Terrestrial existence.

Naturally, ways of allowing people to be individuals, and then connect with similar-minds across the globe, was necessary in order to assist in developing our Consciousness, so as to evolve and then eventually retract womb-planet imprints and have a Godly existence in which we create our own realities, our own worlds. This is our destiny. We have the capabilities to do it now, and it is more relevent, natural, and possible than ever before.


There are only two shapes in existence that carry a consistent “way,” or in a mathematical sense, angle. They are the line, and the circle. I find it highly interesting that these are the two consistent shapes, for they coincide with the two ways of understanding reality. Most interpret it linearly, which correlates with the line. There have been some, like the Mayans, who interpreted reality in a cyclic sense; this, of course, coincides with the circle.

In a circle, there can be no “beginning” that contrasts with the “end.” When you truly internalize this, I think you can see where most understandings of this sort of existence have not been fully grasped. True cyclic existence cannot function in a linear manner at all. You cannot say that “this cycle” begins at “this time,” and ends at “this time,” for that would be understanding cyclical existence in terms of a linear time-structure, at least partially. Every point on a circle is what you could call the “beginning” and the “end.” Every point in time, and every thing in space, is, itself, an entire cycle. This moment is the beginning and the end of existence. Right now is the cycle of reality. You are the cycle of reality.

In a linear time-structure, all you can do is hypothesize about some sort of theoretical beginning or ending. To speak of an end, you must assume a beginning. To speak of a beginning, you must assume an end. The entire idea of a beginning and an end is predicated on the assumption that we are coming from somewhere in order to get somewhere. A cyclic existence, when properly understood, cannot really be saying anything. To even assert some sort of “cycle” that is not NOW would be to undermine the fundamentals of the premise. Therefore, when you move past this limiting linear time-structure, there is no reason to absolutely assert any idea, and sound foolish to one who has been disillusioned by their left-hemisphere thinking. It is clearly they who have not thought through what they speak of, but anything that runs contrary to their assumptions will seem, to them, to run contrary to “common sense,” since their ideas of common sense are determined by their assumptions.

Let’s think of this circle, as it represents so-called cyclic existence. Let’s break it down in terms of a straight-line way of viewing reality, as we humans like to do. This reality, and all of its points in space and time, could be looked at as a horizontal line. As long as you believe that “this reality” is the “real reality,” you will get lost as a tiny part in a never-ending sea of things, and points in time. When you stop seeing one set-in-stone reality, you get in touch with your vertical nature, which transcends this reality, and serves as a connector between many different realities. So, let’s combine all of this graphically. You have the circle, which represents cyclic existence. You then have the horizontal line, which represents limited linear existence. You then have the vertical line, which is that which transcends the horizontal reality. If you were to draw a horizontal line perpendicular to a vertical line, that would meet in the center of the circle, you would have a cross. The cross, of course, is a highly revered symbol.

Typically, there is a split seen between theory and practice. This is one of the huge splits that has caused the duality in the world. Theory roughly equates to rationalism, which roughly equates to Eastern Philosophy. Practice roughly equates to empericism, which roughly equates to Western Philosophy. Oddly enough, Eastern philosophy teaches, as its goal, to NOT THINK and JUST BE. It seems the conclusion of rationalism is something like empericism! Western philosophy teaches that subjectivity should be weeded out through objectively provable systems. These systems are grounded in solid theory. It seems the conclusion of empericism is something like rationalism!

The split remains because it is a rare thing to see, and admit, that the apparent dualism is no dualism at all. Only dualistic in words. Thus, you get followers of the East criticizing Western thought, and followers of the West criticizing Eastern thought. All too often you will see a follower of Eastern thought on his sort of passive-aggressive high horse, saying something like “You’re thinking too much! Just be!” The other side of the coin is the directly arrogant student of the West, who will call your thought “nonsense,” or something of that nature. It is a rare thing, indeed, to not classify other as wrong, or some sort of negative label.

Allow me to show a very basic process for how you can combine Theory and Practice, into a workable system that is both rationally sensible and practically provable. Assuming you have not already attained non-dual awareness, it must start with theory. In your theorizing, realize that your theory does not differ from the practical life experience. Try to see your life from an un-biased perspective, and come up with a theory that makes sense, and sounds pleasing. When you feel you have come up with a complete theory, stop the incessent need to perfect it. If a thought occurs to you, there is no reason to deny it. If you feel it is a GOOD thought, absorb it. If you feel it is not, do your best to ignore it. At this point, try to live life, and allow your feelings to guide you. Follow positive feeligns. This is where you ride the practical wave of the theory, and see its fulfillment. When you hit a sort of wall, this is when you must improve upon your theory. Do that, while not forgetting to live your life, and eventually you will feel complete again, and then ride that wave. The process repeats infinitely, for eternity.