From Harum Scarum
Wholeness represents your most complete and natural state of being possible.
There is nothing more important than your emotional state of being and your connection with Spirit.
The original point of separation from Self is the start of all energy.
The symbol of the Vesica Pisces looks like two overlapping circles and represents the formation of the Prime Radiant or very first particle resulting from the first act of creation which was the first separation from the Great Oneness.
(“In the beginning, Elohim created the heavens and the earth” Gen. 1.1)
The actual nature of all reality is oneness or the one true or original Substance of all reality which we experience every day outside ourselves as space and within ourselves as consciousness. From this universal space which contains all dimensions, come all things.
The first separation from our true Self resulted in an endless vibration as the oneness (now separated into “twoness”) tries to go back into itself and instead only intercepts at its original point of separation temporarily, and swings back through itself the other way like a pendulum, except more like a vibrating string or membrane as in “Membrane Theory.”
This first act of separation instantly repeats itself endlessly becoming universalized and infinitely complex, resulting in all creation as we know it — full of vast quantities of energy in all manner of forms and dimensions.
All it really is, is our great One Self vibrating or expanding out from its own origin and expressing itself in all manner of ways.
Energy is created by our observation of it, because consciousness separating from itself is the actual source of this universal energy.
As soon as separation consciousness stops, and Oneness prevails, then all things cease to exist except in a state of perfect equilibrium, stillness or perfect order. The point of balance (equilibrium) between all states of vibration is this state of perfect stillness or potential of creation. Wherever the waves of electromagnetic radiation cancel each other out is where the one substance of all space is in greater equilibrium.
How the Vesica Pisces Explains the Arrow of Time
The Vesica Pisces is two circles overlapping one another each representing a spontaneous dimensional expansion out of its original state of the Oneness as represented by the original circle.
As the observer observes (or becomes “aware” of itself through spontaneous dimensional expansion) a very significant event occurs that establishes the permanent arrow of time created by the polarity of the observer and the observed because one must always follow the other in a very definite sequence.
The Observer (God) always comes first, followed by the observed (Creation), and coincidentally, the two “O’s” in the Vesica Pisces are like overlapping initials “O.O.” standing for both the Observer and the Observed.
Time therefore always goes forward in this sequence of the “oneness” followed by the “twoness” (duality of the observer and observed) creating a universal polarity of space, all logical sequences, the thermodynamic arrow of time, and the universal order of creation itself.
This is why time (the universal flow of energy) never goes backward, and why time is basically asymmetric and not always symmetric, and why the whole universe is always expanding and never contracting.
The universal vibration started by the original separation from the Oneness is so intense that it causes all space to have an ever-expanding sub-atomic quantum energy texture or pattern which sustains all things in creation.
Atoms could not be sustained without this quantum energy, the electrons vibrating around every atom would simply collapse into the nucleus, which in turn (being a vibration of the quantum texture of space) would dissipate into nothing
All living organisms, including the human form are sustained by this cosmic (dark) energy. Because it is so ubiquitous, ultra fine, and constant, materialistic scientists don’t fully grasp the extent to which it does and can sustain human life. Some people claim to live entirely without food and live on this universal energy instead.
the thermodynamic arrow of time,
quantum (or zero point) energy, and
what many religions term God, Shakti, Prana, Chi, Om, the Shabd, the Holy Spirit, and
the cosmological dark energy causing the vast expansion of the universe,
are all various aspects or definitions of roughly the same quality.
Like the overlapping circles of the Vesica Pisces, many of the above concepts and phenomena actually overlap one another as almost being, if not entirely being, one and the same phenomenon.
Whole Essence of the Universe and Root of all Sacred GeometryGod was symbolized as a circle in the earliest cultures, having no beginning or end, eternally existing, perfectly shaped and absolutely symmetrical. The creation of a second circle symbolized the start of the duality of god and goddess, male and female. When two circles intersect, the form of the Vesica Pisces is created as if the god and goddess formed a divine offspring. The Vesica Pisces design and its offshoots, the Flower of Life, Tree of Life, and fundamentals of geometry, go back thousands of years preceding nearly all of today’s major religions.
There are various meanings ascribed to the Vesica Pisces, which is basically the intersection of two, overlapping spheres; such as the union of heaven and Earth in the body of Christ, the root element of the Flower of Life, the merging of God and Goddess, the vagina of the female goddess, the first pattern at the basis of all trigonometric configurations, square roots and harmonic dimensions; a source of great power and vitality, and as an overlying template that intersects with all the points on the Tree of Life.
The Tree of Life, Flower of Life, and the Seed of Life overlap perfectly, with the Vesica Pisces providing all of the elements of the Flower of Life and all the coordinates for the Tree of Life.
The Vesica Pisces represents the Pythagorean “measure of the fish” or mystical conjunction of the spiritual world with the physical world and, with one end extended to look like the tail of a fish, was used as a simple “fish” symbol for the early Christian faith.
The Vesica Pisces also symbolizes the miracle of the fishes. Amazingly, the Gospel of John (21:11) reveals the numerical formula, “153” found in one of the mathematical ratios (265:153 = 1.7320261…) for the Vesica Pisces: “Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full of great fishes, an hundred and fifty and three: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken.”
The Vesica Pisces is one of the most important geometrical designs of archaic and modern times.
The Vesica Pisces can be found on nearly every medieval church in Europe. Many of these churches were devoted to the Virgin Mary or to Mary Magdalene, in other words, the goddess. In northern France, some of the churches are located in such a way as to resemble the locations of stars in the constellation Virgo.
The Chapel of St. Mary, located in Glastonbury (also called Avalon, the island of the Goddess), England, is decorated with the Vesica Pisces. In that area, there is a “goddess’ garden” containing the Chalice Well decorated with a “Vesica Pisces” iron grid and a garden pond shaped like two overlapping circles. Many of the religions who acknowledge the importance and energy of the goddess, use the Vesica Pisces to identify her.
In geometry, the ratio of the width of the Vesica Pisces to its height is the square root of 3, or 1.7320508… Also two equilateral triangles join along the edge where straight lines are drawn connecting the centers of the two overlapping circles with each other.
The square roots of three of the first digits of the Fibonacci Numbers, 2, 3, and 5, can be geometrically determined using the shape of the Vesica Pisces. The ratios 265:153 = 1.7320261… and 1351:780 = 1.7320513… are two of a series of approximations as close as one can get to the actual square root of 3, and no greater similarity in value can be obtained with smaller whole numbers.
Many crop circles have also appeared in England consisting of or containing the Vesica Pisces design in various ways. In a 1996 crop circle with the shape of the Vesica Pisces, a terrific surge of energy could be felt while walking into the center portion where the two circles overlapped
Very Few Venture Far Enough Into the Forest of Bliss
One way or another, we are all searching for wholeness! There is NOTHING more fulfilling, NOTHING more essential, and NOTHING more vital and wonderful than wholeness which is our union with Spirit and our connection with Source which is the most intense pleasure and deepest unconditional love imaginable times infinity!
“Most of humanity seems locked into vicious, self-destructive cycles such as addiction to unhealthy food, over-consumption of vital resources, and unbridled sensuality causing overpopulation. One’s real reason to exist should rather be to escape these horrible modes of behavior by fully realizing, embracing and expressing every possible way one can find toward ever deeper and greater states of wholeness.” — Yogi Shaktivirya
Everyone lives inside a limited system of beliefs.
Unfortunately, it is human nature to build a strong wall or barrier of extreme prejudice and/or resistance around one’s self for one’s own convenience to never go or venture beyond one’s local understanding of truth.
Whenever I try to convey my ongoing diet, spiritual and transmutation discoveries of wholeness to others, people put up a strong resistance. The best I can do is simply make them available for free. They say you can lead a horse to the trough, but you can’t force it to drink. Yet I see so much suffering, discontent, and disharmony in the world brought about by what I perceive to be a universal lack of Self-understanding.
If everyone searched more deeply, more often and more honestly for unbiased spiritual truth, we need not be in the mess we are in.
Wholeness is too vast a subject to simply skim over. There is a tendency for others to suffer the consequences of not knowing how valuable this information really is rather than dive deep with sincere longing and lifetime dedication into the “forest” of truth. I will now give you a simple story often told by yogis for thousands of years to illustrate the limitless treasures of intense fulfillment one can find as long as one searches long and hard enough in the right direction and under the right conditions.
A woodsman was sent by his guru into the forest to find firewood. None could be found at first until he walked a few miles deeper into the forest. When the woodsman brought back the wood to his master, the master said, “Did you not also find the copper mine?” “No, I never found such a thing.” Disappointed, the master replied, “You did not go far enough! There is a great copper mine out there worth thousands of rupees. If you go even further beyond the copper mine, there is also a silver mine and then beyond that, a gold mine! This mine is filled with thousands of gold nuggets! I would be interested to see how many you can bring back.”
Curious, the next day the woodsman set out into the forest much earlier than usual and did in fact manage to venture deeper into the woods than ever before and eventually came across the copper mine, then a silver mine and then a gold mine as indicated. He came back with much gold! However the master was again very disappointed, because the woodsman did not realize the fact that if he simply went even further and deeper, even more wealth would be found: a diamond mine!
The next day, and with even greater determination than ever before to please his master, he started out toward the wilderness long before the birds awakened, and after walking for miles and miles most of the day, he finally came across this amazing diamond mine! With great joy and excitement, he started on his long trek back home to his master with all the diamonds he could pack into his bags and could carry!
However, not only were they heavy and difficult to bring back such a long distance, some thieves managed to steal most of them away from him, and when he finally reached his master’s abode, his guru was angrier than ever!
“You are still completely fooled by the value of something outside your Self. These diamonds are only as valuable as you make them out to be. Don’t you realize my dear woodsman, if you simply went a little further beyond the diamond mine you would have found something far, far more vital, valuable and significant?”
Now really curious and really determined to find out what in the world could possibly exist beyond this diamond mine that could be so intriguing and even more valuable than diamonds, he again set out extremely early in the morning directly toward the diamond mine to search beyond it
Eventually he discovered an amazing garden filled with herbs such as ashwaganda, rhodiola rosa, epimedium, maca, eleuthero, licorice root, St. John’s wort, avena sativa, graviola, bacopa, ginkgo, saw palmetto, pygeum, nettle, and sarsaparilla; fruit trees producing acai, goji berries, blueberries, etc. Birds of all kinds and colors sang blissfully from the treetops.
An extraordinary energy of cosmic peace and tranquility hung over the entire garden. At its center, a misty, fragrant light seemed to emanate from a pranic fountain of everlasting love, bliss, rejuvenation, spiritual liberation and immortality.