The French philosopher Bergson held the view that ultimate reality is a “vital impulse” (elan vital) that can be captured only by intuition. The essence of reality is change and it cannot be known by reason. (This position placed Bergson squarely in opposition to the Illuminati and Freemasonry idea of reason.
Awakening to a New Consciousness or to our Evolutionary Intelligence. Kundalini empowering Human Evolution. Right now our evolution in consciousness is blocked.
From the accounts of the transcendental state of consciousness left by the mystics, the purpose of every form of religious striving is to gain entry to a new, amazing state of being where one comes in possession of new faculties.
Right now our evolution in consciousness is blocked. Naturally, the entirety of humankind is confused.
We will meet the forces working to advance our evolution of consciousness, and those seeking to block it. When we reach critical mass, Mother Earth will shift into a higher dimensional level.
Let us take a closer look at our hidden self, the manipulation of the dark side of our dualistic personality program; our secret passion for money over everything else in the world. This may be appropriate in a materialist paradigm and just the way it is, if “God is Money”, an illusion, and the entire world is a stage for business, competition and the survival of the fittest. It has been stated throughout the ages that money is the root of all evil… but I say it is “the love” of money” over the welfare of our fellow human beings… that is the root of all evil.
Now let us take a good look at what is ruling this world and limiting human consciousness. The single greatest stumbling block to our evolution of consciousness and our spiritual awareness is the manipulation and total focus on our Materialist paradigm and our Capitalistic Monetary System with its wage slavery for the masses… lowering our overall awareness and limiting our evolution… affecting the very planet we walk on. The saddest thing is that some of the world’s greatest corporations are run by good-unconscious Christians, and these “nice corporations” exist for the sole purpose to make weapons of mass destruction to destroy human life for money, power, and population control.
“To more precisely assess the ‘personality’ of the corporate ‘person’, a checklist is employed, using actual diagnostic criteria of the World Health Organization and the DSM-IV, the standard diagnostic tool of psychiatrists and psychologists. The operational principles of the corporation give it a highly anti-social ‘personality’. It is self-interested, inherently amoral, callous and deceitful; it breaches social and legal standards to get its way; it does not suffer from guilt, yet it can mimic the human qualities of empathy, caring and altruism”. “Four case studies, drawn from a universe of corporate activity, clearly demonstrate harm to workers, human health, animals, and the biosphere.
Concluding this point-by-point analysis, a disturbing diagnosis is delivered… the institutional embodiment of laissez-faire capitalism fully meets the diagnostic criteria of a ‘Psychopath’.” However, what is the ethical mindset of the individual corporate player?
Should the institution or the individuals within it be held responsible for their destruction of the biosphere? It is my understanding that all human beings have within themselves the potential for a Christ-like consciousness as part of their natural evolution of consciousness connected to all life on this planet.
Nevertheless, the corporation does not have a singular body or and the collective consciousness of its leaders give it a highly anti-social ‘personality’ and a World Health Organization… psychiatric diagnosis of a Psychopath… very self absorbed… cut off from all life and the consequences of its own actions. So we can clearly see… the corporation really has a self absorbed (Me generation) Anti-Christ consciousness that is impeding the evolution of human beings into a second coming of a Global Christ-like Consciousness for all beings on this planet.
“Rewire the Brain” – “Change the mind and you change the brain and then change the world”.
Everything in nature is based on principles of balance. There has to be balance for things to be right. In one way, you do build up an account. However, this account is located in the subconscious part of the brain.
The western word for this is “habit.” As you grow and learn you develop patterns of behavior. These patterns are stored in your subconscious mind as programs that operate on automatic impulse. Another word that fits, in the west, is “attitude.”
Our bodies operate on electrical currents. Our bad habits are stored in the body as negative energies. These negative energies cause a lot of problems, not only spiritually, but in our daily lives.
Given the current state of affairs on our planet, it is comforting to realize that more and more people are now awakening to the notion that they can be at the helm of their own future, individually as well as collectively. A future that will hopefully favour the development of the whole human species.
To remove the stains accumulated upon the personality, the first step to spiritual enlightenment is the purification of physical body, heart, and mind. This purification removes physical toxins, negative energies, psychological complexes, karmic effects, records, memories, and the false ego. Metaphysics teaches us to tame the false ego and align ourselves with the universe. Not only should these unwanted energies be discarded, but the student should establish a pattern of positive thinking. There are various fields of study within metaphysics to work with these energies. These include the areas of subconscious mind, chakra vortices, auras, etheric channels, webs, and grids.
Effective adaptation is a deliberate approach to life. It involves strategy and responsibility. This expands the Darwinian adage of the survival of the fittest to a higher version: the survival of the strongest is surpassed by the survival of the wisest. Successful adaptation requires some of both. Survival is an evolutionary response to life and its changing conditions.
Human life, not unlike that of all other living organisms, is determined by a genetic bio-program. This program is imprinted in the archetypes of the human psyche and controls the biologically relevant behaviors and occurrences of the natural life cycle. Like in animals and plants, there exists in us a genetic code of human maturation as a norm toward which individual development is invariably directed. This code reflects the “archetypal intent”‘ of human life.
In terms of our psychic reality, we all share the universal property of consciousness, or, in more theological terms, we all share the quality of spirit, something that is argued to be both immanent and transcendent. The illusion of separation is due to the fact that our experiences of consciousness are shaped by the physical structure and functioning of our individual nervous systems. But consciousness is omnipresent, i.e. not restricted to any one particular systemic arrangement of matter, and it is within this psychic realm that similarly resonant fields of information are instantaneously unified.
The French philosopher Bergson held the view that ultimate reality is a “vital impulse” (elan vital) that can be captured only by intuition. The essence of reality is change and it cannot be known by reason. (This position placed Bergson squarely in opposition to the French positivist movement.) His principal work, Creative Evolution (1907/1983), sets forth his theory of evolution.
He denied and replaced the evolutionary idea of persistence of forms through variation, with the force of the initial creative energy which is released in divergent directions. He could not accept the notion that random variation can lead to the emergence of such a highly complex organism as the human being.
An evolutionary scholar noted that a chance evolution of an organism such as the human being would be as likely as a wind sweeping though a junk yard and assembling an airplane.
In his Creative Evolution, Bergson strongly objected to the mechanistic, mindless, purposeless conception of evolution. He held that evolution is a continuous creative process in which a vital impulse working from inside strives for achieving perfection and freedom. This vital impulse is the source of evolutionary change. Obtainable only through intuition, this vital impulse enables us to creatively guide evolution. The principal objection to Bergson’s theory has been that it uses the idea of the inner force of the mysterious vital impulse and gives prominence to intuition over intellect. He held that the purpose of evolution is to free human consciousness from the constraints of organic evolution.
The key to such was the development of complex and flexible nervous systems, including a large and complex brain, which was attained by biological evolution, at which point consciousness has reached its guiding expression in human beings. Bergson believed that the human being is the highest manifestation of the evolutionary ascent.
Laura Archera, Huxley’s second wife, recalls hearing Aldous speaking frequently of Bergson, mainly after his psychedelic experiences, of which he possibly had about a dozen.’ Huxley especially valued the Bergsonian theory on the function of the brain and the nervous system because, in this theory, the brain and the nervous system are not the source of our ideas, but rather a kind of ‘reducing valve’ through which we access the kind of information we need to survive. If our valve undergoes a temporary widening, the mind expands and produces what we commonly call `inspiration.’