The Next Level of Healing Body and Mind in the Evolution to Heart Consciousness

We are moving toward manifesting a new level of healing the body and mind.  This deeper level healing will truly enable the soul embodiment of heart consciousness.

We are using the term “heart consciousness” here to convey a very high level of human transformation to the true self in Divine unity.  Heart consciousness incorporates the physical body and the Divine mind in the spirit, soul, and body being of incarnate humanity on earth.

As we move throughout 2012, the current dynamic phase of the dimensional shift in consciousness will support the development of the next level of body/mind healing.  The healing of the body and mind at the deepest levels is necessary in order for the heart to be upgraded and elevated in the human incarnate being to its full capacities.  We must be able to anchor the full ability of the heart center to handle the flux of higher dimensional light and Divine energy.

Throughout the last few thousand years of humanity,  there has been a history within the spiritual, esoteric, and consciousness traditions of a threefold path of transformation.  Some brief examples include the three ways of Christian mysticism and esotericism–the purification way, the illuminative way, and the unitive way, and in alchemy we have the three ways of inner change, outer change, and the transformation of time.  One of the most insightful illuminations of the threefold way in modern times was communicated by Sri Aurobindo.  He described a triple transformation of psychic transformation, spiritual transformation, and supramental transformation.  The supramental transformation includes the full transformation of the human to express the Divine life on earth and the divinisation of matter.  This can equate to the noosphere or a fifth dimensional and above humanity and earth.

Throughout the past few thousand years, humans have been able to heal and transform through the first way of the threefold path by a lifetime of meditation, psychological healing, and spiritual practice.  For the most part, the next level of healing of body and mind is within this first way.  Aurobindo stated, “there must first be a psychic change, the conversion of our whole present nature into a soul-instrumentation” (The Life Divine). This means that the frequency and oscillation of the body and its energy system must be unrestricted and free flowing to the extent that the heart center can fully receive and express the Divine light and energy.

At this time, we must seek to build awareness, understanding, and potentially some modalities that will enable a greater percentage of humanity to heal at this depth so as to anchor in the full capacity of heart consciousness.  We must translate into action within the natural grounded life of incarnate living greater capabilities for more of humanity to reach the level of great mystics, avatars, and enlightened beings.  In our transformation, evolution, and ascension, we are moving toward the supramentalisation of Aurobindo which is the full embodiment of a Divine human consciousness on earth.

The challenge that we face is to heal our biopsychological system to the level that the fullness of spiritual and supramental transformation proceeds to the true self in Divine unity of the new human on earth.  The ability to assist the psychic transformation of our whole being is most likely to be found in synthesizing the understanding of the human energy system–frequency, vibration, oscillation, the chakra system, sexual energy, the etheric, orgone, chi or prana, and light as sound frequency in the more dense levels of consciousness in matter.

Within the incarnate human being, heart consciousness organizes the expression of the Divine mind through the human in this reality of experience.  The heart is central to our love, knowledge, and creativity of the true self in Divine unity on earth.  When the human being is fully grounded on earth with the full capacity of the heart, the heart consciousness operates through the higher chakras that express the higher mind, supramental mind, or Divine mind. As in transforming to the true capability of the heart center, the heart must mediate the Divine mind through a transformation of the pituitary, hypothalamus, and pineal gland so as to receive and transmit cosmic information through the heart’s intelligence.  With a free flowing biopsychic energy system, heart consciousness, and the Divine mind, humans can use their interior technology in telepathy, teleportation, cellular regeneration, unconditional love, and creativity.

If we desire to know who we truly are as human beings on earth, it is time to truly understand the depths of healing required to support the fullness of our heart consciousness and all the capabilities of the mind.  May we continue to seek new understandings of this level of healing as we are supported by shifting dimensions, energy, and consciousness.       

Human Transformation to a Fourth and Fifth Dimensional Consciousness on Earth

Transformation and evolution to a fourth and fifth dimensional consciousness on earth will be the enlightenment of humanity to the true self in Divine unity.  Humans on earth have been living from a fear-based consciousness of separation and conflict within the first three dimensions of consciousness.  We are now in a time of transition to a fourth dimensional awareness of our true self of love and creativity.

The fullness of human three dimensional life includes the development of the physical sensory system, the emotions, and the intellectual mind.  This is the level of the ordinary mind of the ego.  The mystics have always pointed to a higher dimension of humanity that is the spiritual mind within the heart.  Early twentieth century mystics, Teilhard de Chardin and Sri Aurobindo both communicated that humanity as a whole is moving toward a noosphere or supramental consciousness.

This higher level of awareness is the evolution of humanity to a fourth and fifth dimensional consciousness on earth.  It is a unitary consciousness of the heart expressed within the physical plane on earth. 

Are we now in the time period for an imminent transformation or shift to a new earth humanity living from a unitary consciousness on earth?  And if so, at what pace, or how quickly does the change occur?

Most cultures, religions, and spiritual traditions have pointed to the early twenty-first century as a marker for this shift.  All of this wisdom coincides with the end of a 26,000 year precessional cycle and our movement within the galaxy.  The end of the Mayan Long Count calendar in 2012 provides us a focal point for the transformation and evolution to a higher dimensional consciousness on earth.

Jesus refers to the shift at the end of the age, and the Book of Revelation describes the change as the New Heaven and New Earth.  We also see precessional numbers in the Gospels where Jesus sends out 72 disciples and the 144,000 elect (cf Luke 10:1-12, Revelation 7).

Is the evoltion to a higher dimensional humanity only a steady acceleration of personal transformation, or does it synchronize with an entire dimensional shift of the planet and humanity on earth?  In one viewpoint we each personally evolve to a higher vibration of love and light along our infinite journeys without a complete density shift on earth.  In this understanding humanity makes a relatively long term transition into more unified ways of being.

However, Jesus gave us signs to look for as an indication of the end of the age.  This points to a very specific range of earth time.  He then says that no one knows the hour or day when this will happen, except God alone (cf. Matthew 24:36).  His words can be understood as implying a spontaneous wholesale transformation.

If this is the case, is December 21, 2012 a marker for the twenty-first century time period that points to a wholesale dimensional shift on an exact time that is only known by the Divine Spirit?  It appears that we are in a time of accelerating transformation that will at some time become an entire dimensional shift of humanity on earth.

We are in a time period on earth where human life on the planet is journeying toward a fourth and fifth dimensional consciousness on earth.   An evolution to these dimensions is the New Heaven and New Earth where humanity will love and create from the true self in Divine unity.  

Transforming from Separation to Unity

The conditioning of the fear-based consciousness and culture results in an ego consciousness of conflict and separation. This ego consciousness is encoded in the earliest years of life in the physical body through the energy and information of prior generations, the consciousness of the family system, and the overall culture.

Because of the nature of our early awareness of the world and our true being of relationship and connection, the mind cannot prevent the identification with sensory, emotional, and intellectual attachments that form the restricting ego consciousness of separation. As a result we forget our heart-based consciousness that is our true self of multidimensional unity. Because we are no longer aware of our unity consciousness, we develop a feeling of lack which the ego consciousness is a defensive adaptation.

The ego attempts to fill this feeling of something missing from the outside-in. Unfortunately, by its very nature the ego is doomed to continue to receive separation and disunity. To the awareness of the fear-based ego, it is caught in a paradox in which it cannot see.

When the ego tries to fill the negative feeling by seeking to cause relationships and material possessions to feel unity, it is actually reinforcing its feeling of separation. Its very efforts to try to control the outside world in order to feel connected is an expression of its fear and conflict. In order to awaken to our true unity, we need to enter the heart within. Our heart-based consciousness in Divine unity is our wholeness. From this awareness, we can intend, create, and allow relationships from a world in which we are already connected.

The blindness of the ego consciousness perceives the seeking of unity within as an isolation or alienation from the connection and unity we desire. In truth, when we seek unity from without, we experience separation from others, and when we open to our unity within, we experience unity with others. The difference is that the ego consciousness feels fearful, negative, and empty, whereas the true self heart-based consciousness feels peace, joy, and love.

We must experience our unity consciousness in order to be effective creators of our destiny in the world. If we continue to live from the ego consciousness that feels lack, then that is what we will see reflected in our world and reinforced in our awareness and feeling.

The transformative journey of transcending the ego consciousness to realize the heart-based consciousness and being is a process of awakening to our true self in Divine unity. Our true self works from wholeness and love to create abundance, further healing, and mutually self-giving relationships. The path of transforming is growing awareness through becoming aware of the thoughts, emotions, and actions of the ego. This awareness is cultivated through meditation, self-observation, and practice in the activities and relationships of daily life. As we awaken, remember, and shift to our unitary consciousness of the heart, we understand and experience that our desire and longing for real unity only arises from our awareness and feeling from within our consciousness and being.

Nonduality and Community of Being

The heart-based consciousness is nondual and nonlocal. This infinite and eternal consciousness is the perfect unity of being–no conflict or separation. The unity consciousness of the heart is our true self in Divine unity. In this awareness, we live our transcendent consciousness from the heart through the dimensions of mind, feeling, emotion, and physical body. Thus, we are an infinite unity expressing throughout a multiplicity of vibrations whithin the physical dimension and higher energy spiritual dimensions.

As we transform to our true mystical consciousness, we go beyond the fear-based consciousness of the ego personality which has been conditioned in lack, control, conflict, and separation. We open to an awareness where we are one with other human persons, all creation in the cosmos, and the uncreated Divine energy.

At this depth and height of nondual awareness, do we maintain a unique experience and expression of being? Some say that the awareness of self drops away entirely in the nondual consciousness of pure being. I believe that the ego and any human conception of self is transcended. In the Christian mystical tradition, these stages of consciousness begin to be expressed in Teresa of Avila’s seventh interior castle of spiritual marriage, John of the Cross’ highest stages of mystical unity, and Meister Eckhart’s breakthrough to the Godhead. The mystic way of being of Eckhart, John Tauler, and John Ruysbroek relate to the understanding and experience of nonduality in the Hindu and Buddhist mystic way.

In order to restore and transform to our true being of infinite unity, we need to live in the nondual and nonlocal consciousness of the heart. However, the ultimate reality of the true self in Divine unity is not an experience of no-self–it is a radical change of condition of self. Swami Abhishiktananda, in his book Saccidananda: A Christian Approach to Advaitic Experience, points toward this complete change of condition of the self. When one truly lets go and opens to the nondual experience, we are on the path to entering the true relational community of being.

Within nondual unity, there is no separation with Divine Being, and the being of others. However, in pure nonseparation, being and consciousness is revealed as participation and community in being. When all human known concepts of ego and self are relinquished, the pure mutually self-giving “I” is a “We.” But in this “we,” which is nondual unity, a new experience of unique self (“I”) is revealed. In the advaita Vedanta of the Hindu tradition, this “I” is experienced as being, consciousness, and bliss. Christ reveals the Divine Being as Father, Son, and Spirit. This awareness is that the oneness of being is relational–infinite unity is the coessence of unique gift. This is the unitary consciousness of the heart that is love and creativity. The true self is a unity, identity, and communion in Divine Being. Consciousness and being is a unique relation in identity.

The higher stages of mystical consciousness can be understood as 1. spiritual marriage of union, 2. nonduality in identity, and 3. community in Being. This last stage of identity in participatory community is a dynamic restful action beyond time and space of the mutual self-giving of love and creativity–it is a nonlocal infinite and eternal participatory exchange of the dynamic energy and light of the never ending Being of love.

Human Support Beyond Ego

In our ordinary fear-based consciousness, there is a persistent conflict, control, and separation in human relationships. Even when we cooperate in personal, business, and social relationships, there is always some level of self-centered interest as long as we remain in this dualistic consciousness.

The fear-based dualism becomes our ego personality that is drawn into and participates in a perpetual conflict to satisfy needs from a perception of lack. The reality of this consciousness is anxiety, fear, worry, inefficiency, inequality, and alienation. At present, human culture conditions a certain level of cooperation that agrees to maintain the fear-based ego consciousness of self, culture, and society.

Therefore, our relationships, participation, and cooperation are never fully supportive because of the self-centered interest of the ego personality. By transforming to a heart-based consciousness of unity, we open to a true participatory, cooperative, and partnership relationship. Within this consciousness, relationships are no longer under conflict, control, and separation. They experience peace, love, and creativity.

The unitary consciousness of the heart supports the other in a way that the others interest, goals, and desires are not separate from one’s own awareness. The self-giving affirming support of the other is the same as one’s personal self-interest. Here, the self does not take pride or attach to the gifts or accomplishments of the other, but rests in the joy of our inseparable connection with each other.

The mutual self-giving of the unitary consciousness of the heart is love. If we were to shift from a conciousness of conflict to the freedom of love, we could create infinite abundance for each other. Jesus says, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself” (Mark 12:31). Our own self-interest is served by being one with the self-interest of others. We all form a single nondual unity as a multiplicity of unique persons. When the Dalai Lama was asked what persons had inspired him, he responded by saying he is inspired by every human person he meets.

It is time that we learn from and support the gifts of all persons that we have the opportunity to connect with in our daily lives. As our consciousness is transformed, we must no longer allow the conditioning of fame, wealth, attention, and status to impede our openness to support and learn from the gifts of all our relationships. We communicate as a community of being with others through the senses, emotions, feeling, intellect, and nonlocality of the heart. Thus, we will realize our inseparable unity, participation, and communion with all human beings.

Transcendent Consciousness and Intention

Over the last several months, I have been drawn to write about the process of intention. Thoughts and intuitions have arisen from my meditation, study, spiritual experience, and work on a new book. I am finding that the understanding of our ability to intend, heal, and create takes place by learning the qualities of many parts that become a unified whole through practice.

In order to use our gift of intention, we must shift from our ordinary dualistic consciousness that separates subjects and objects in space and time to a unitary consciousness. Since we have all been conditioned by the limits of space and time, it is difficult for us to open to our unitary consciousness that is transcendent. Our transcendent dimension must be felt or experienced directly. There really is no “how to” manual to live from this consciousness. However, we can support its opening by practices such as meditation, the reading and study of mystical writings, and the scientific study of consciousness.

I refer to our unified self in transcendent consciousness as our heart-based consciousness. The awareness of our heart center can be described as the true self, mystic self, quantum self, or singularity, etc. Its essential quality is a being and awareness that is beyond space-time. The heart in the Spirit is nonlocal and nondual. Beyond space and time means that there is–no doubt, no attachment, no conflict, and no separation. Everything “already is.” There is only love. Jesus says, “whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours” (Mark 11:24).

When we learn to live from the transcendence of the heart, our intentions will be accompanied by the feelings of joy, peace, and freedom. A non space-time dimension is without resistance and a past and future. It just is. If we transform our consciousness to open to the heart, what must we do to translate our intention into the physical dimension of time and space?

If we actively try to do something to bring a transcendent reality into the physical universe, we are not really in the heart dimension. We are still in the relative consciousness of our ordinary mind that operates in past and future. Therefore, when we are truly in the heart dimension with our intention, we must do nothing. Only the Divine action of grace transforms the intention into the physical dimension of time and space. The infinite organizing power of the Divine energy translates the nonlocal information and light into material frequencies of time and space events in our world.