Consciousness Context

Posted by Phillip Gordon on Sunday, October 11, 2009
Context is a good thing. It is useful to have a context, for a question, the way you look at something, be with people, exchange, engage. It allows synergy, conflict in harmony, emergence of new configurations. Playing with consciousness as your medium brings forth an experience of playing with organic matter, from the inside. So imagine you walked around with a cardboard box on your head, anything you encounter you shove into that box. Because there is only a curtain amount of room inside your box, you have to shape the people and events in your life to fit. So you define them in the way you always have enabling what you encounter to squeeze on in. This is your context. Perhaps it grows to your family, to your creed, country, gender, all giving your life context. Imagine, there is a word, imagine, so imagine the more encompassing and yet equally specific context your context is, the more you would have to play with and amongst, inside and out of. If underneath it All, and I mean All, All like The Mystery, what will always and ever so be, The Mystery. Yet in it, inside even the quantum there is an intelligence that is intelligent. A consciousness that is as an imagination, viewing this the only way we can look at it, human terms, an imagining imagination. And this is consciousness. And we are in it and we are of it and it is in us. It is the medium we get to play in. When you join these two ideas and consider what you have, it is a context.  A place to inhabit, to be inside the largest possible consideration of life. This becomes the relationship we have with the world, with the entire show. Like living in a Soul Mind. If we do exist in a Soul Mind we too must be as it, like it. Behave as it does for we are of it. So first step as you schlep out of the soup on the wings of your own personal soul. You need a vessel to fully enjoy the fruits of being human, a body, a mind, emotions all firing together as a whole. An ego. A ship. A context. As you engage the early developmental stage of life you are building this vessel. You are making decisions that you begin to assert on life. You are creating your own consciousness. The thing is though, which part of you is building? What of you is making the vessel? Consider that. What really is your context?



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Phillip C Gordon I am an Alchemist, falling into the fires of transformation over and over as I realise the gold that I am. I choose to serve all humanity to that end, to raise the consciousness of humanity, one by one if that be the case. I am a writer, a speaker, an actor and fool.

Consciousness Context

Posted by Phillip Gordon on Sunday, October 11, 2009
Context is a good thing. It is useful to have a context, for a question, the way you look at something, be with people, exchange, engage. It allows synergy, conflict in harmony, emergence of new configurations. Playing with consciousness as your medium brings forth an experience of playing with organic matter, from the inside. So imagine you walked around with a cardboard box on your head, anything you encounter you shove into that box. Because there is only a curtain amount of room inside your box, you have to shape the people and events in your life to fit. So you define them in the way you always have enabling what you encounter to squeeze on in. This is your context. Perhaps it grows to your family, to your creed, country, gender, all giving your life context. Imagine, there is a word, imagine, so imagine the more encompassing and yet equally specific context your context is, the more you would have to play with and amongst, inside and out of. If underneath it All, and I mean All, All like The Mystery, what will always and ever so be, The Mystery. Yet in it, inside even the quantum there is an intelligence that is intelligent. A consciousness that is as an imagination, viewing this the only way we can look at it, human terms, an imagining imagination. And this is consciousness. And we are in it and we are of it and it is in us. It is the medium we get to play in. When you join these two ideas and consider what you have, it is a context.  A place to inhabit, to be inside the largest possible consideration of life. This becomes the relationship we have with the world, with the entire show. Like living in a Soul Mind. If we do exist in a Soul Mind we too must be as it, like it. Behave as it does for we are of it. So first step as you schlep out of the soup on the wings of your own personal soul. You need a vessel to fully enjoy the fruits of being human, a body, a mind, emotions all firing together as a whole. An ego. A ship. A context. As you engage the early developmental stage of life you are building this vessel. You are making decisions that you begin to assert on life. You are creating your own consciousness. The thing is though, which part of you is building? What of you is making the vessel? Consider that. What really is your context?



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