The Multidimensional Self The next great leap in human evolution will come from a recognition and awareness of the many aspects of the self. The following is a visual road-map of the many different dimensions that encompass who we are as unique individuals. Most of these aspects are beneath everyday awareness and require journeying into the self as a discovery process and subsequently expanding the ego to encompass awareness of them. The information in this [...]
The following are select excerpts from The Seth Material on the ego. ------- "The ego, if you recall, is self's attempt to set itself apart from action, and to see or perceive action as an object. The ego attempts to attain stability and dominance, and resents change. It seeks to limit certain perceptions, to block out many perceptions of which the self is knowledgeable. In this way limitations become fairly rigid. An ego could be [...]
Briefly the three dilemmas of the multidimensional universe are: 1) The impossibility of inner vitality to completely materialize. 2) Identity will continually seek stability, while stability is impossible. 3)Birth of Ego. Consciousness of self attempts to separate itself from action, this is impossible, since consciousness or identity is inseparable from action.
The Emerald Tablet written by Hermes Trismegistus contained the secret of transmutation of primordial substance. The tablet text contains the famous lines "As above, so below" and goes onto explain creation in the context of duality. Understanding the duality of the masculine and the feminine is the key. Much of this wisdom has been lost thorough-out the ages resulting in grand misconceptions of what actually constitutes the masculine and feminine in their archetypal forms. Understanding these forces is more important now than ever, [...]
For me the following books have had the greatest impact on my life thus far (in a somewhat loose order of importance): 1. The Seth Material - Channeled by Jane Roberts The Seth material in its entirety is probably some of the greatest metaphysical works ever written. The material is highly philosophical and complex which discuss the fundamental spiritual nature of reality. The Seth Material covers a wide variety of topics, including the nature of physical [...]
"Identity, because of its characteristics, will continually seek stability, while stability is impossible . . . It is this dilemma between identity's constant attempts to maintain stability and action's inherent drive for change that results in the imbalance, the exquisite creative by-product that is consciousness . . . identity must seek stability while action must seek change, yet identity could not exist without change, for it is the result of action and a part of [...]