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A good number of you, across the world and regardless of culture, have had some sort of "paranormal" event in your life that defies the rules of our reality. You may have seen a ghost. Or had a vivid visit from a deceased loved one. Or seen a large light portal which either did or did not emit strange creatures, but nonetheless was a ton of light where there should have been none. You may have suddenly smelled perfume of a deceased mother, or had light switches or ceiling fans or doors operate with no human intervention. You may have had a vivid dream in which other-worldly beings manipulated you...only to awake and find physical evidence thereof. You may have sensed an event before it happened. You may have felt "something" leave you under great stress, and you have never been the same since. You may feel you have been cursed, either with your knowledge or without. Finally, you may feel a connectedness to something much grander than your present Earth existence, but can't quite figure out why or what it is.I, Shaman Four Hawks, am here to tell you that all of these events, feelings and/or intuitions, and others like it, are indeed VERY real. The Spirit World and our "reality" are seemingly separate, but the only wall between them is that created by our five senses and our belief structures. And often, the Spirit World pierces our wall and leaves us shaking our heads in disbelief. But know this: ALL THINGS COME FROM SPIRIT, which in turn is guided and maintained by the "Creator" Consciousness. The same consciousness that each of us has and share.
"CONSCIOUSNESS: At the very "center" of all things (energetic, material, mental, emotional, spiritual), thinking, and even "nothingness", lies Consciousness. My recent journey experiences have revealed that there is a Source "Flower" whose "petals" are made of some sort of colored plasma, at the center of which is what I call an "IS Loop" (as in, it is what it is). This central zone, if you will, is such that if you enter it, as I have, you loop right back to where you were. This "eternal circle" is pure love and the Source of all, including the many universes of which we are one, as well as the void these universes exist in (where true nothingless lies).
So the "Is Loop", pure conscious love, produces all that is outside itself. Here in our universe, we have an aspect of this "Love/Is" consciousness that I have named "Great Mother". Her face is female but only in outline, and her eyes are portals to the universes in our neck of the woods and of course beyond the the "Flower". Her face forms out of a white stream of consciouness that maintains our existence. So "God" is, after all, indeed female. :)
Eckhart Tolle (The Power of Now, etc.) has made great strides in teaching us that we have two aspects to ourselves: the thinking, mental self with both subconscious- and awake-mind traps and limitations...and the conscious self, the True Self, that one feels and experiecnes simply by shutting the thinking stream off. This shut-down can be done by concentrating on breathing, and then you realize that you have not been thinking during this period. Meditation is of course the formal practice of this. This conscious self is tied directly to the universal (Great Mother) conscious stream, and beyond that to the Source. So for example when Jesus teaches "the kingdom of heaven is within", he literally means it, in terms of our always-on connection to the Source. We separate humans, animals, trees, etc., truly are all one being at the level of deepest consciousness.
Which of course reveals the illusion of the 3D hologram we call reality. Yes, our world we hold so dear exists only in our brains, which have evolved to let in only select energies to produce in our heads what we can use to navigate the world. But when you close you eyes, it all goes away... With your eyes shut, all that lies around you is a very complex field of energy and spirit... Our lack of realization of this fact is what makes us so vulnerable to attack, and what makes the shaman, who can see into this field, so valuable."