The Spoken and Unspoken Word
Contemplations of "The Word".
Date: 10/18/2017 6:26:40 AM ( 17 mon ) ... viewed 487 times
February 21, 2019 - Gene Keys -
"The power of will is actually a magical power - it is quite literally you ability to harness the power of light and project it through your body as action, thought and words. It is the key to manifesting dreams on the material plane. ... This is the language of the 26th Shadow ..."
January 19, 2019 - Discovered at the end of "The Yellow Brick Road." -
"True evolution consists in learning to make use of words, either spoken or written, with a divine end in mind, in other words to use elements of the Word solely to create what is right, good and beautiful."—Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
Comment (1-29-19) I find the above quote harmonious with the first agreement from "The Four Agreements."
December 8, 2018 - Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov -
When you are in thought, it is already as if you were speaking. Your inner words are real, powerful and magical and they are what we call the verb. The verb is thought that has not yet been translated physically into words, but it is already present in the form of shapes, colours and vibrations. When you speak inwardly with all your soul and heart, the plants, animals, birds and insects understand your language and you are also heard by the planets, the stars and the angels and archangels. Beings in the invisible world don’t speak using words of a particular language or another, but in colours, forms and melodies that emanate from them, and all of them immediately know how to interpret this language. One day, humans too will be able to communicate with each other thanks to their emanations alone, and they will understand one another, for the verb is the universal language.
November 25, 2018 - "We do not know in what forgotten words and phrases Jesus spoke to His disciples."
Thus begins the first chapter of "The Greatest Word In The World" by: Catherine Aller (1957).
Catherine continues: He may have used Aramaic, the common speech of Palestine; He may have spoken in Greek at times. All that has come down to us in the New Testament is told, of course, in the Greek tongue. When he said, "By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another," (John 13:35) the word translated love is the Greek Agape. Throughout the New Testament this is the word almost always used to signify the unique meaning of the love that Jesus brought into the world. It was an utterly New Thing; nothing like it had ever been taught before. Paul uses it. "Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels and have not Agape I am become as sounding brass." (1 Corinthians 13:1). John makes it identical with God. "God is Agape." (1 John 4:8).
"This is a discussion of the two contrasting Greek words for love, agape and eros. It is an intelligent, scholarly approach. But it is readable and interesting for anyone who enjoys exploring the mysteries of the Bible. Mrs. Aller writes of divine love from personal experience."
August 31, 2018 - "The world is of thoughts and words" -
Also: "... Though all of us are in the world, not all of us experience what takes places in the world as each one is absolutely guided to reap according to his way of life. The holy book points to this when it says that two women will be grinding in mill and one is in rapture and the other is left to experience her creation."
I love multiple perspectives on "The Word"! If the word becomes flesh then there are billions of individual expressions of "the word".
January 29, 2019 - The Word in Creation -
Sound Creates! -
Creation stories from many ancient religions believe sound played an important role in the creation of the universe.
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” John 1:1 (A spoken word is a sound.)
Hindu tradition states in the Vedas: “In the beginning was Brahman with whom was the Word. And the Word is Brahman.”
Thot, an Egyptian God, was believed to have created the world with his voice.
According to Mayan tradition, in the Popul Vuh (the book on creation), humans are given life by the power of the Word.
In the Hopi Indian tradition, “Spider Woman” sings songs of creation to produce animated life.
The Satapatha Brahmana of the Hindu tradition reads: “In the beginning was God with power through speech. God said, ‘“May I be many... may I be propagated through subtle speech,’ he united himself with that speech and became pregnant.”
In Chinese Buddhism, the Divine Voice calls forth the illusive form of the universe.
November 28, 2018 - Labeling Your Emotions With Words -
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), which is often used to help people manage difficult emotions, encourages you to label your emotions with words. (What exactly is that “bad” feeling you’re having? Is it sadness? Loneliness? Hopelessness? Fear?)
August 28, 2018 - The ‘Swords’ of today are Words! -
“… The true power of civilized women and men is the use of words to seek and speak the Truth in a world where our language has been corrupted. A world where Peace means War and Freedom means Slavery.
The ‘Swords’ of today are Words!
The skilled use of language encourages spirited debate in the free market of ideas. Violence erupts when communication between people breaks down.”
The above quote comes from a site apparently devoted to a deeper understanding of "The Lord of The Rings." I never read the trilogy. But the site interests me some.
July 25th, 2018 -
"... In the later twentieth century we have virtually lost the sense of relation between the written and the spoken word."
Also: "... Like a gardener, he pruned and wired the trees of his thought."
"The trees of his thought" are his unspoken words.
July 11, 2018 - The Truth About News Reporting - Jon Rappoport Q & A with Ellis Medavoy:
(Jon) Q: ... where DO these newspeople come from?
A: They, at an early age, see power as the capacity to know “what’s going on.” They plug into that kind of power.
Q: It’s strange.
A: It’s superficial. It’s all about surface flow of information. They stick to the surface. What they’re looking at, what they’re fascinated by is a kind of theater. They’re looking at theater. I’ve known that for a long time. It was part of my job to know it, because then I could present stories that would get through to reporters in a form that would have that theatrical feel.
Q: The players know their roles.
A: The reporters know, their editors know, their reliable sources know, and people like me, who feed those reliable sources, are like directors. It’s hard to describe this, but there is a certain pulse and pace and feel to the way you should supply stories to sources or reporters or editors. You know when to go fast and when to go slow. You know how to plug into their sense of theater. Their need for theater.
Q: So the addiction of these newspeople has a theatrical dimension to it.
A: Have you ever seen a junkie operate? A great deal of his action and talk is theater. He presents theater and he wants theater back. The newsman confuses theater with facts. It’s all rolled up into a big space. I’ve sold stories to reporters based purely on the theatricality of my presentation. See, let me tell you something. When I talk to a reporter, I know I’m walking into a theater where the play is ALREADY underway. It never stops for a reporter. So I hit the ground running. I enter the scene mid-stream. I don’t think, “Now, I’m starting to pitch my lines, now the scene is beginning.” No. I’m intuiting and seeing where he [the reporter] is right now, in the middle of one of his scenes, so to speak, and I plug directly into that place, that moment. Do you understand? This is the subtlety of the art.
Q: You understand his psychology.
A: Yes, and I understand his flow. I read the signals. Oh, this is Death of a Salesman or Streetcar Named Desire, or Hamlet, and they just shoved me out on the stage, and I have to know how to match the emotions of the moment, where the scene has already been going on for five minutes. It sounds a little odd, but that’s how you play the game if you want to win. It could be a very quiet moment in the scene, and then I need to talk in a whisper. It could be the peak of the scene, where the emotions are running high, and I have to drive right in and be there for it, with my feelings turned on high, too.
Q: But behind that, you were doing something quite different.
A: Of course. I had my marching orders and my agenda.
Q: You know, it’s almost like you’re talking about frequencies.
A: I am. Propaganda runs on carrier waves. What are you using to transmit messages? What wave? I knew my targets: reporters and editors and their reliable sources. So I had to understand and tune into the frequencies they would accept. If you watch the best television news anchors, you see they’re adopting several tight emotional frequencies, and they use them to transmit, with their voices and demeanor, the news to the public. They use a nearly perfect imitation of several things: concern, objectivity, dignity, intelligence, with a bit of a rosy glow of sincerity and humanity. That’s the recipe.
Q: Imitation, you say.
A: Yes. They’re a cartoon. They create a cartoon persona. A very well crafted one. And the audience is a cartoon, too.
Q: Why is the audience a cartoon?
A: Because, underneath it all, they know they’re being conned. At some level, they realize it’s a show. So they pretend, and they do it well. They pretend they’re very involved.
Q: You can see that?
A: See it? I lived by it for many years. I staked my reputation on all of this, on everything I’m talking about here. It wasn’t just theory. I went into the trenches with my understanding, and I made it succeed.
Q: You’re talking about using your skills on people who report the news, who tell the public what’s going on.
A: As I just said, it’s all a cartoon. On both sides. Broadcasters and audience. You may not like it that I take a hard line on the audience, but too bad. The audience is faking it just as much as the newscasters. You have to admit there are levels to the mind.
A: On one level, the audience appears to accept what the mainstream news is telling them. But on another level, as I’m saying for the third time, the audience knows it’s a fake. And why don’t they admit it? Why don’t they say, ‘I’m sitting here at night buying what I know is fake. I’m watching the screen and the anchor is giving me the news and I know it’s cooked.’ Why don’t people do that? Because they refuse to look at their own little drama of stimulation, in which they are titillated by what the newspeople are giving them. They don’t want that professionally produced titillation to go away. ...
I essentially stopped watching the news as of 1970. I've never owned a TV. However the last time I watched the news was on and because of September 11, 2001. Dictionary.com has a definition for this date and if I didn't have better things to do I'd write and ask them what they based their definition on; especially since "the audience knows it’s a fake." Nevertheless this is another one (of so many incalculable instances) of official "definitions" as a method used for deciding the nations.
March 16, 2018 - Emerson - "Listen for the Right Word." -
"Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American transcendentalist, poet, essayist and reformer has been presented in many ways, but never simply and radically as a spiritual teacher-- a guide to the intimate processes in inner development and self-transformation. But Emerson was just that. In countless ways, including the example of his life, he showed that 'the holy and mysterious sources of life' were available to anyone, at any hour of the day, who can 'listen for the right word.'"
March 8, 2018 -
"...McLuhan said that each medium can 'step up' one sense and step down another. This has huge consequences. Reading books stepped up sight and created a linear habit of mind that valued logic: You go down the page line by line, then turn to the next. This gave rise to a habit of thinking in terms of logical progression of argument. The logician asks of any statement in an argument or conversation, 'Does this follow?' But in the digital age, linearity is stepped down. We now ask, 'Does it grab you?' Because now information comes at us from many competing directions all at once. Our so-called 'great communicators' are those who can best distract us from all the other distractions. When you leave linearity and logic behind, life becomes a Twitter feed: a series of hyper-emotional non sequiturs. That's manifest in our deteriorating, increasingly ignorant public discourse. It's no accident that our education system - itself desperately FOMO - is both computer-crazy and in favour of dropping history, a linear discipline par excellence. That is exactly the wrong move. What we need are schools that teach what screens can't do - to immunize students from the medium's faults. They should get back to teaching the most important books ever written."
March 5, 2018 - Includes "Logos" -
"... If, as says Shakespeare of man, 'my mind to me a kingdom is,' so the Father's brooding mind is the mental kingdom of the universe, that substrate of conscious purpose which permeates, in fact structuralizes, the whole animate creation, as its constituent urge and driving force. It is that energy of the Eternal Will which, as primary Cause, stamps its form and nature upon the movement of all conscious life, first manifesting as unconscious, or subconscious, directive toward the achievement of its ends, then becoming gradually more clearly conscious of its own purpose and effort, as creatural experience aligns developing mind with the Logos of the cosmos."
March 6, 2018 - And the written word as well! -
"... There are many people who, because their education was a vaporous thing, have no interest in the written or spoken word.
The reason is obvious: they can't read."
February 3, 2018 -
On "a roll" here with Jon Rappoport -
“It’s instructive to read what authors wrote about core values a hundred or two hundred years ago, because then you can appreciate what has happened to the culture of a nation. You can grasp the enormous influence of planned propaganda, which changes minds, builds new consensus, and exiles certain disruptive thinkers to the margins of society. You can see what has been painted over, with great intent, in order to promote tyranny that proclaims a greater good for all.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Two thoughts on the above. Firstly "to read what authors wrote" and all that follows is naturally dependent on "the word" which underscores the proverb: "The pen is mightier than the sword".
Second thought - As a young art student I became somewhat "famous" for my densely-coated paintings. (I LOL now recalling how one of my paintings needed more support to carry it than I could give with just my two hands!) Fortunately I had gained some contrast to that years later as an art student at Rudolf Steiner College. The perspective I have as a fledging artist arises in reading: "You can see what has been painted over". When contemplating this line along with my acquired artistic sensibilities a new ray of insight opens within me (regarding what once moved through me in my former artistic expression and the attraction for the later one) plus a new appreciation arises for the lighter approaches in painting. There is much more that I can say about this particular contemplation that I feel deserves to be said in an artist community. This is part of my "Transformational Arts" vision that I have expressed as "Cheeta".
January 27, 2018 - Network: the last great film about The News - by Jon Rappoport -
Network, the 1976 film written by Paddy Chayefsky, reveals what media kings would do if they unchained their basic instincts and galloped all the way into the madness of slash-and-burn Roman Circus.
The audience is jaded beyond recall. It needs new shocks to the system every day. The adrenaline must flow. The line between reporting the news and inventing it? Erase it. Celebrate the erasure. Watch ratings soar.
There is no longer even a pretense of a need for news anchors to appear authoritative, objective, or rational.
The individual and his thoughts are completely irrelevant.
The best film ever made about television’s war on the population, Network stages only a few minutes of on-air television.
The rest of the film is dialogue and monologue about television. Thus you could say that, in this case, word defeats image. Which was scriptwriter Paddy Chayefsky’s intent.
Television’s enemy is the word. Its currency is image.
(unhinged Network newsman, Howard) Beale breaks through the image and defiles it. He cracks the egg. He stops the picture-flow. He brings back the sound and rhythm of spoken poetry. That is his true transgression against the medium that employs him.
The modern matrix has everything to do with how knowledge is acquired.
Television, in the main, does not attempt to impart knowledge. It strives to give the viewer the impression that he knows something. There is a difference.
Knowledge, once established, is external to, and independent of, the viewer. Whereas the impression of knowing is a feeling, a conviction, a belief the viewer holds, after he has watched moving images on a screen.
A basic premise of New Age thinking is: “everything is (connected to) everything.” This fits quite well with the experience of watching film or video flow.
Example: we see angry crowds on the street of a foreign city. Then young people on their cell phones sitting in an outdoor café. Then the marble lobby of a government building where men in suits are walking, standing in groups talking to each other. Then at night, rockets exploding in the sky. Then armored vehicles moving through a gate into the city. Then clouds of smoke on another street and people running, chased by police.
A flow of consecutive images. The sequence, obviously, has been assembled by a news editor, but most of the viewing audience isn’t aware of that. They’re watching the “interconnected” images and listening to a news anchor tell a story that colors (infects) every image.
Viewers thus believe they know something. Television has imparted that sensation to them.
Therefore: a short circuit occurs in the reasoning mind.
When you take this pattern out to a whole society, you are talking about a dominant method through which “knowledge” is gained.
“Did you see that fantastic video about the Iraq War? It showed that Saddam actually had bioweapons.”
“Really? How did they show that?”
“Well, I don’t exactly remember. But watch it. You’ll see.”
And that’s another feature of the modern acquisition of “knowledge”: amnesia about details.
The viewer can’t recall key features of what he saw. Or if he can, he can’t describe them, because he was in the flow. He was inside, busy building up his impression of knowing something.
Narrative-visual-television story strips out and discards conceptual analysis. And lines of reasoning? To the extent they exist, they’re wrapped around and inside the image and the narration.
Paddy Chayefsky made his pen a sword, because he was writing a movie about television, against television. He was pitting Word against Image as the primary form of knowledge.
When a technology (television) turns into a method of perception, reality is turned inside out. People watch TV through TV eyes.
Mind control is no longer something merely imposed from the outside. It is a matrix of a self-feeding, self-demanding loop.
Willing Devotees of the Image WANT images, food stamps of the programmed society.
The triumph of Network is that it makes its words win over pictures, IN a picture, IN a film.
In contrast to the above:
"When Jesus said, ‘I am the light of the world’, he identified with light. He did not say that the light was in him, or with him, but that he was the light. There is an entire science in these words which we must meditate on and put into practice in every aspect of our inner life."
February 23, 2018 - More "Network" -
"I’m mad as hell … and I’m not going to take it anymore!
From the movie 'Network,' 1976
Dear Friends, Cultural Creatives and Seekers Everywhere,
The above quote is the signature line from the 1976, four Oscar-winning film, Network. The storyline revolves around newscaster Howard Beale’s onscreen nervous breakdown; wherein he threatens to kill himself on air, and then launches into a series of on-screen lists of distressing societal woes. Rather than cutting him off-air, the failing network was ecstatic because his show was achieving astronomical ratings.
Beale’s diatribes exposed a dystopian media wherein opinion trumps fact ('fake news,' anyone?) and how television and the big corporations behind it were shaping people’s minds. Beale’s rant concludes that multinational corporations had become the only true contemporary government. Originally, the success of Network was that it tapped into the anger of the post-Nixon world, wherein the public was suspicious of all authority and stressed to their limits. The same issues are still here, but are bigger and more pronounced today than when the movie debuted in 1976. Network, defined as a 'classic,' is regarded by many as prophecy. ..." - Bruce (Lipton)
December 4, 2018 - "The New Internet Police Protecting You from Freedom of Thought and Speech" - by Barbara Loe Fisher -
Barbara Loe Fisher - the president of the non-profit National Vaccine Information Center - talks about the impact that the cancellation of net neutrality and public-private business partnerships between industry, government and politically powerful institutions has had on conversations about health and vaccination on the Internet. She reviews the effect that algorithms and ratings of Internet content by corporations has had on freedom of thought and speech. Read the referenced commentary at https://www.nvic.org/NVIC-Vaccine-New....
The above was linked from Mercola.com with its own "NewsGuard" story:
Story at-a-glance -
NewsGuard will rate online news brands based on nine criteria of credibility and transparency, ostensibly to help readers judge what is true in order to avoid fake news. It is currently focusing on U.S.-based media brands, but plans to expand online site reviews globally.
NewsGuard received much of its startup funds from Publicis Groupe, a global communications group whose history of clients includes the drug and tobacco industries.
NewsGuard, clearly influenced by Wall Street and indebted to big industries through its funding, is being positioned to eliminate competition, which will allow Big Industry to reign as the leading shaper of public opinion and government health policies.
Americans’ trust in the media is at an all-time low. According to a 2017 Survey on Trust, Media and Democracy by the Knight Foundation, 43 percent of Americans have a negative view of news media
Sixty-six percent believe “most news media do not do a good job of separating fact from opinion”.
November 30, 2017 -
"Silence is the essential condition that allows us to hear the true word, true revelations."
I'm noting this now along with the thought to include silence within my consultations with individuals. One way that I can do this is by including Reiki in the sessions - even at a distance. I thought of this upon reading "revelations" as I'm now naming my sessions: "Revelation Consultations".
April 6, 2018 - "Introducing" (at least here) Torkom Saraydarian -
"You do not need to believe what I have written in the following pages. Use your mind ... to see the vision behind the words."
October 18, 2017 -
A stream of consciousness arose during my most recent contemplation that I wish to at least note here (rather than write myself yet another paper note to add to a library of files ; ~ ).
There are many forms of the spoken word generally identified at large and also recognized in scripture. I wish to briefly and succinctly identify these many ways, i.e. to "declare", to "announce", to "prophesy", to "speak", to "say", to "express", to "communicate", to "tell", to "confess", to "call", to "pray", etc. If all variants of the many ways that the spoken word can be expressed were both identified and searched in the scriptures I imagine the results would show that (not surprisingly) the bible is absolutely saturated with the spoken word - albeit in printed form. However even though the word. /s in the scripture are found to be ink on paper they can be "breathed" into and thus transformed into the spoken word. Then there is the possibility that "the words that I speak are spirit and life"!
Both "Old" and "New" testaments ("old" is possibly another form of spoken word) underscore this with their beginning emphasis of the "Word of God" in Genesis with "God said" and in John 1 with "... the Word was made flesh ...".
Much more can and deserves to be said about "beginnings". There is also the "endings" to consider. The Biblical ending is known as "The Revelation". There we have an image of Christ with a sword proceeding out of His mouth! Another quality is presented in the preceding verse with: "His voice was like the roar of many waters." I wonder about the full true nature of the "many waters".
All of the above can be elaborated upon as a cornerstone reference toward further expansion that includes the idea of "being impeccable with your word".
October 19, 2017 - The "starry script" as a "Constellations of Words"
Glad I just became aware of this phrase (Constellations of Words) in my previous search regarding fixed stars in the constellation of the scales (AKA Libra) that are located within Hexagram Gate 32 as it points to yet another dimension of the Word via the "Languages of Light" which I have previous blogged on.
October 23, 2017 - Another form of "the spoken word". -
"A mantra, a sacred formula, is like a mould that must be filled with intense life, that is to say, with love and faith. And because sound acts on matter, it is important to say this mantra out loud. It is true that saying something out loud can be seen as just air in motion, but for invisible forces to act, words are necessary. When spoken aloud, a formula releases currents that rise up through the heavenly hierarchies ..."
November 5. 2017 -
"Conversation is thinking in its natural state.
Thinking is the conversation within us....
Words began in human beings in the process -
of transforming gregariousness into co-operation."
-- Malvina Reynolds
Both "The Spoken and Unspoken Word" can be known in dialogue. I just came across my hard copy of "Guidlienes fro Open Dialogue" that motivated me to find the source online. I am glad I searched and found that! Following are the "Guidelines":
Guidelines for Open Dialogue -
The more all participants are aware of the nature of dialogue and committed to bringing it about, the better the chance it will happen. Towards that end, the following comparison of dialogue and debate offers one of the most useful summaries of dialogue that we've seen. ...
Even on first reading, it can change one's perspective. The specifics, however, can be hard to keep in mind. So the more often people read (and discuss) the list, the more effective it will be. ... you could write each one on a card and give every participant in a meeting one card to keep in mind, on behalf of the whole group.
Dialogue is collaborative: two or more sides work together toward common understanding. Debate is oppositional: two sides oppose each other and attempt to prove each other wrong.
In dialogue, finding common ground is the goal. In debate, winning is the goal.
In dialogue, one listens to the other side(s) in order to understand, find meaning, and find agreement. In debate, one listens to the other side in order to find flaws and to counter its arguments.
Dialogue enlarges and possibly changes a participant's point of view. Debate affirms a participant's own point of view.
Dialogue reveals assumptions for reevaluation. Debate defends assumptions as truth.
Dialogue causes introspection on one's own position. Debate causes critique of the other position.
Dialogue opens the possibility of reaching a better solution than any of the original solutions. Debate defends one's own positions as the best solution and excludes other solutions.
Dialogue creates an open-minded attitude: an openness to being wrong and an openness to change. Debate creates a closed-minded attitude, a determination to be right.
In dialogue, one submits one's best thinking, knowing that other people's reflections will help improve it rather than destroy it. In debate, one submits one's best thinking and defends it against challenge to show that it is right.
Dialogue calls for temporarily suspending one's beliefs. Debate calls for investing wholeheartedly in one's beliefs.
In dialogue, one searches for basic agreements. In debate, one searches for glaring differences.
In dialogue, one searches for strengths in the other positions. In debate, one searches for flaws and weaknesses in the other positions.
Dialogue involves a real concern for the other person and seeks to not alienate or offend. Debate involves a countering of the other position without focusing on feelings or relationship and often belittles or deprecates the other person.
Dialogue assumes that many people have pieces of the answer and that together they can put them into a workable solution. Debate assumes that there is a right answer and that someone has it.
Dialogue remains open-ended. Debate implies a conclusion.
"There is a meaning which comes into effect as we talk and does not have to be 'thought-up' before we talk to guide us (having an agenda and chairperson, etc.). So, the meaning that is emerging as we talk can guide the way we talk. This was the idea of David Bohm, who did so much to spread the way of dialogue. He said that the very word 'dialogue' means 'to go through meaning': dia - 'through' and logos - 'meaning'. Dialogue is then the 'way' of meaning, the Tao of the logos! It is an art and skill that allows the natural process to unfold. Just as people used to consider the nature of a forest or jungle as wild, untamed, irrational so do many people today regard the process of dialogue as anarchic, chaotic and unproductive."
In contrast to dialogue an additional "form" of the spoken word: rant.
November 6, 2017 - From my contemplation before dinner.
"Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God."
January 16. 2018 -
"The sacred books are the work of exceptional beings who, through prayer, meditation, and contemplation, succeeded in attaining the world of sublime truths. To understand these works, we must be able to vibrate on the same wavelength as these great beings. ... Do not worry about understanding the Bible or other sacred books right away, because they are often difficult to read. But at the same time, work on yourself; impose a discipline on your life which will bring you closer to the world of spirit. Jesus said to his disciples, ‘I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth.’ Without this contact with Spirit ... no understanding of the sacred books is possible."
1970 was a pivotal year for me and in that year I was drawn to the Book of Revelation realizing that I did not have understanding of the symbolism. This realization planted a seed in me and some months later (possibly nine) I entered "The Church in Chicago" with an activated interest to understand the bible. Some time later the ministry gave an intensive study on the Book of Revelation. Now over forty years later I consider the intensive as an initial peeling of an outer "onion" skin. There are deeper layers that I am open to perceiving. In my "To Research" page here at the "Son of Truth ..." I mention Robert Tulip who's paper on the work of Carl Jung deeply attracts my interest to perceive the "deeper layers". I've had a long standing interst in Carl Jung yet only recently realized his affinity with the archetypal nature of Christ and that has tweaked my interest all the more!
The key phase here is "contact with Spirit". John 6:63 "It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing; the words which I have spoken to you are spirit and are life." The way "The Church" approached the scriptures was by pray-reading the Word.
February 23, 2018 -
Cindi Silva speaks of the word as just a container for frequencies and not the frequencies themselves (and that also includes the concepts that words represent). She refers to the Buddha: “My teaching is a raft whereon men may reach the far shore. The sad fact is that so many mistake the raft for the shore”.
"In Buddhism there is a wonderful word known as ‘dharma’. It is one of those words pregnant with many dimensions of meaning. It points towards the existence of a higher truth or universal law pervading the universe. Because the realisation of the dharma is beyond words, its transmission can only be received through silence and deep meditative absorption. The Gene Keys are just such a transmission. As archetypes they each contain a fractal aspect of the same universal Truth. As genetic archetypes they allow you to resonate (with) that Truth deep within each cell of your body.
This brings us to a very important point that you must know before you enter the living dharma-field of the Gene Keys. Because the Gene Keys are a transmission beyond words, they will not yield their secrets to an intellectual, grasping mind. The more you chase after them with your mind the more frustrated you may become. As archetypes, the Gene Keys are designed to be contemplated, and contemplation demands relaxation and patience. Contemplation is one of the greatest and least understood of the ancient mystical arts and paths. ..."
March 8, 2018 - I've been advocating journaling. Here are "4 Reasons to Solve Your Life Problems on Paper".
April 28, 2018 - Comment @ Jon Rappoport's
Aron says -
April 27, 2018 at 6:26 pm
"Thank you Jon. I can’t put into words like you and others have done so eloquently here but I needed to read something like this today. Words can make a positive difference."
October 21, 2018 - Words Make A Difference, One Way or Another -
I certainly agree with what "Aron" said (in the above quote) and it also needs to be said that words can also make a very negative difference. A doctor can deliver a verbal diagnosis and prognosis that cause a shock in the patient of "death fright" proportions and that "word" planted in the patient's psyche can literally kill them!
 "a sharp double-edged sword came from His mouth.":
 The "word" is in "sword".
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 This means that dialogue is a process that involves intrinsic rather than extrinsic controls. It is a self-organising process such as consciousness itself.:
 Matthew 4:4, Luke 4:4 and Deuteronomy 8:3.
 This line deserves "contemplation" as IMO it conveys an idea foreign to my thinking.
 Genetic Alchemy 6 Part Webinar with Cyndi Silva - Integrating the Universal Perspectives Within
A Synthesis of Human Design, Gene Keys, Integral Human Design and Epigenetics:
 "EASTER : BIRTHDAY OF THE GODS", page 12 - by Alvin Boyd Kuhn
 Not actually Shakespeare according to the following:
“My Mind To Me A Kingdom Is, a song in praise of contentment and humbleness, composed by 'E. Dier':, seems to have been a favorite poem in the sixteenth century, It is in Percy’s Reliques and in Arber’s Anthologies. There is some slight reason to suppose that Shakespeare had it in view in 3. Henry VI., Act III, I, 59f.: -
Sec. Keeper: … thou talk’st as if thou were a king.
K. Henry: Why, so I am, in mind; and that’s enough.
Sec. Keep. But, if thou be a king, where is thy crown?
K. Hen. My crown is in my heart, not on my head; … my crown is called content.”:
In "Shakespeare's books: a dissertation on Shakespeare's reading and ..., Volume 1" - By Henry R. D. Anders.
 Logos - "(Ancient Greek: λόγος, from λέγω lego 'I say') is a term in western philosophy, psychology, rhetoric, and religion derived from a Greek word meaning 'ground', ... 'word', 'speech', 'account', ... Ancient Greek philosophers used the term in different ways. ...The Stoic philosophers identified the term with the divine animating principle pervading the Universe. .... The Gospel of John identifies the Logos, through which all things are made, as divine (theos), and further identifies Jesus Christ as the incarnate Logos. The term is also used in Sufism, and the analytical psychology of Carl Jung.
Despite the conventional translation as 'word', it is not used for a word in the grammatical sense; instead, the term lexis (λέξις) was used. However, both logos and lexis derive from the same verb legō (λέγω), meaning 'count, tell, say, speak'...."
 In a "Newsletter: - Norman Doidge and the man who developed the first successful smartphone discuss 'How the internet is altering and "messing with" our brains, and our children's psychological development,' in The Great Disconnect" that appeared in an article:
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 "New Dimensions In Healing" By: Torkom Saraydarian.
 "The Methods Used to Deceive The Nations":
 Selected Writings Of Ralph Waldo Emerson", p. xiii in the Foreward by: William H. Gilman.
 ibid, p.xviii
 "I Live In My Garden":
 Also "the word of life": Philippians 2:16.
 "Gospel Herald", (1960:January-June):
 "Ancient Secrets", By: Jill Mattson.
 In "26th Gene Key - Shadow - Pride: Wielding The Will"; "Gene Keys" By Richard Rudd, page 203.
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