Fire, Earth & Air

Our next Province (in Time) runs through 2 November (3pm PDT), while dwarf planet Varuna (the Life Force) is Standing Still (Strong).  It’s a complex Province, but the two major Energies are both Self-Resolving Challenges (Diamond Stars).  The key to these Configurations is to Be Aware of what’s being Self-Resolved.  A Diamond Star is like having an excellent Teacher; we’re Inspired to Learn Effortlessly and Profoundly. 

But if we don’t Realize that we’re in School, then we may Enjoy the Resolution but Learn nothing.  The Spiritual Purpose behind all astrological processes is to Teach.  If we’re hanging in there by our fingernails, then we’re just Relieved to see the Province go away.  And if we aren’t Aware of what we’ve just been Taught, the next time a similar Province recurs, we won’t Recognize it as the Old Friend that it is, and we’ll end up hanging by our teeth.

Before we get into the specifics of the Challenges, let’s get some background from David Spangler and his Sidhe friend Mariel.  We introduced the Sidhe back in September’s Hope You’re Rested VII post (https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/2018/09/09/hope-youre-rested-vii/).  This is from David’s Engaging with the Sidhe: Conversations Continued, pp.74-5…

“The physical realm is one form of emanation of the cosmos; it existed long before Gaia came into being or descended from its stellar home.  Though it is living, it did not initially produce or sustain life…  It provides a specialized form of consciousness that is important to the Sacred…  It provides an anchor that allows creation to unfold on multiple levels of being and consciousness.

“The strength of this consciousness and the realm that proceeds from it is based on its limits and its focus.  Aeons ago, again long before Gaia came into being, there were those who felt these limits and their focus could be used to accelerate the development of life and consciousness.  Efforts were made to bring life into these realms. 

“Most of these efforts stopped short of a full immersion into the most focused manifestation of this consciousness of matter, but some determined to quicken the life within matter and give it a power of emergence and evolution.  Ultimately, Gaia was one of these beings who pledged to bring life into the cosmos in order that new life might emerge out of it.

“In time, the collective field of souls that are the ancestors of all that is human and Sidhe joined in this effort.  Many of these souls agreed to enter into the depths of matter to serve the arising and quickening of life…  To these beings, this was not a descent into form or substance; this they already possessed in their own way.  It was a taking on of a specialized, limited form of consciousness to expand it from within.  You would see this as entering into matter.

“It was decided that there would be those who would go to the threshold of this consciousness but no further in order to be a lifeline for those who went deeper.  This was their mission and calling, and there was no rejection or refusal on their part of matter or its consciousness and life.”

From here let’s let Michael Roads carry us further, in Entering the Secret World of Nature, pp.104-5.  Note that Michael uses the word “subconscious” to mean what we mean when we use the term “Unconscious”…

“Apart from people like the Kalihari Bushmen and other so-called primitive tribes in their various countries, most of humanity has lost its conscious connection with Nature and the Earth.  The results are dramatic, yet very little is known, recognized, or accepted about this.  Let me shock you!  Neither Nature nor the planet Earth acknowledges the living existence of a subconscious person.  With over ninety percent of humanity living subconsciously, we unwittingly hold back the very evolution of human consciousness.

“Every living creature in Nature is conscious in the moment, and in this we can include the mineral kingdom, thus involving the planet Earth itself.  All Nature and the planet are conscious of consciousness.  Obviously this is not on an intellectual level, but as a living reality.  A person living subconsciously is not conscious of being conscious in the moment.  Sounds odd, but it is a very sobering fact.  It also has a very startling effect…

“If Nature/Earth has no recognition of a person as being conscious, Nature will be utterly uncaring of their welfare . . . they are not part of a greater reality.  And a part is the whole, for there are no parts!  Equally, if Nature recognizes a person as being One with its holistic Self, Nature will not wantonly or accidentally destroy a person with an aware connection of conscious intelligence.”

He goes on the explain that he’s not speaking about anybody’s ideas, he’s speaking of his own Observations of many situations, including many disasters, from a higher Perspective.  He’s also not speaking of Bodies per se, but Souls – he gives the example of a Soul Choosing a disaster as a vehicle to move from one Body to another.

What I’m trying to illustrate here is that the Varuna Station is Merged with (Conjunct) the North Node (our Mission in the Lifetime).  So I’m suggesting that the state of our Health may be proportional to the Degree that we are Living our Mission.  Which is not a Judgment, and not a “Blaming the Victim” thing.  The upshot is that we can use any element of our Health that is unsatisfactory as a Clue to where we are Separated from our Mission.

One way to do that would be see which Chakra is involved in our Discomfort, though that can be divertingly intellectual.  One of the major Self-Resolving Challenges in the Varuna Station is Learning that the Intellect is not the tool to use for Exploring Expanded Consciousness.  The reason is pretty simple – the Intellect excels at Duality, but the Unconscious which we aim to Grow Into is Multifarious and Unitary.  Trying to Grow Consciousness using the Intellect is like trying to eat Soup with a fork, or trying to stop a truck with it.

A better way is to drop our Consciousness, in Meditation, directly into the Locus of our Discomfort, and hold it there as long as we can, bringing it back when we catch our Attention beginning to wander.  In his Living in the Heart, Drunvalo Melchizedek Teaches a clever trick…

Assuming your Center of Consciousness is in your Head, when you begin to move your Consciousness into your Discomfort, first move it into your Throat, feeling the relative Softness of the Throat compared to the bony Skull.  From the Throat, check to make sure that to see the Head, you have to Look Up.

Then continue to move to your Discomfort.  On the return trip, which you want to do Consciously rather than just letting your Attention wane away, also stop at the Throat and orient yourself, in particular making sure that your Eyes point forward.

Then, taking advantage of the Self-Resolving Opportunity to be Open To Instant Healing, we can PIAVA that we Become Aware of our Separation from our Mission, and Begin to Gently, Lovingly, and Powerfully Close the Gap.

One Response to “Fire, Earth & Air”

  1. Iconoclast Says:

    Reblogged this on Infinite Shift.

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