The most pervasive notion in human history and prehistory (namely, the existence of some sort of spiritual dimension) was simply pronounced, with the thundering authority of science, put with a zeal that was inversely proportional to its believability, to be a massive collective hallucination. -- Ken Wilber, Integral Psychology: Consciousness, Spirit, Psychology, Therapy (p. 55). Shambhala Publications. Kindle Edition.
This swirling landscape of stars is known as the North America nebula. In visible light, the region resembles North America, but in this new infrared view from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, the continent disappears. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
I spent some time after my last post reading Rupert Sheldrake's Science Set Free. This book helped me sort out my thoughts about the mechanistic worldviews that still permeate science and medicine. That reading moved me to a deeper exploration of Ken Wilber's Integral Psychology, and Spiral Dynamics by Don Beck and Christopher Cowan. And this past week, I immersed myself in the Subtle Activism Summit, a teleconference element of the Shift Network's Summer of Peace Program for 2015. This is the ground from which I launch this final post on plate tectonics, Earth changes, and the connections I've experienced with interdimensional partners for the spiritual evolution of Earth.
I've been interested in science since childhood. Looking back, I see more clearly how the mechanistic model of science became a foundation for making meaning of my life experiences. Nothing has challenged those assumptions more than the eight manifestations -- perceived through physical senses -- of what I understand to have been interdimensional spacecraft.
As I experienced other forms of contact with subtle energy fields such as hieronics, I discovered how these physical sightings served my ongoing development. Sometimes I had no way to make sense of some experience, and had to just stay with the wondering. I encountered strong taboos within science and society against discussing or exploring "the existence of some sort of spiritual dimension" (as Wilber puts it in the quote at the top of this post). Whatever the resistance, the difficulty, the uncertainty, the memory and impact of those sightings kept me in the hunt for the truth about them.
I was fortunate to have connections with colleagues and even family members who experienced subtle energy fields and actively explored their spiritual dimensions of life. Still, many of us at times felt isolated, alone with our discoveries, in the larger community of Earth life.
Image of Mars from Viking Orbiter, June 8, 1998 (NASA/JPL/USGS)
Not so much any more. It's fairly easy to find scientists now who can push the boundaries of their disciplines because they have a more holistic, integral vision. The Subtle Activism Summit this week, with one day focused on the science of unseen energy fields, drew thousands of participants from around the world. Clearly, the taboos still exist, but now we have a growing, virtually-connected global community of citizens and scientists who reject mechanistic science, and its claim that our experiences of a spiritual dimension represent a "massive collective hallucination".
In the process of writing this series of posts, I sensed that a review of my experiences around Earth changes and interdimensional space connections was necessary because opportunities for deeper exploration and service were coming soon.
A couple of posts this summer at Motah Chronicles seemed to resonate with this idea: New Matrix of Cooperation, and Link with Monitoring Spacecraft. In those posts, the blog’s author describes experiences that point toward possibilities for an acceleration or expansion of co-creative connection, cooperation, coordination with interdimensional partners such as our space brothers and sisters.
I also see recent developments in the emerging field of subtle activism as synchronous. Subtle activism involves spiritual or consciousness-based practices intended for collective transformation. Not only was there a teleconference last week that brought together some of the leading scientists, authors and teachers in this field, but the first textbook, Subtle Activism: The Inner Dimension of Social and Planetary Transformation by David Nicol, was released by SUNY Press.
As I listened in to the conference (and now that I’m reading this book) I can’t help but see the connections to the work I describe in my series of posts, and to understand it, in a larger sense, as evidence of a giant step forward for collective transformation.
Loops of highly charged particles burst from an active region on the Sun’s surface in this image, taken on December 4, 2006. Among the first images taken by STEREO’s SECCHI/Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope, the image shows the Sun’s roiling surface and atmosphere at temperatures around one million Kelvin (1.8 million degrees Fahrenheit). The ultraviolet light in this range is not typically visible to the human eye, so it is represented here in blue. NASA image courtesy of NASA’s STEREO mission.
As I conclude this series, I'm inspired to share whatever develops from here on another blog, Interdimensional Intersections. Originally I called that blog 206-Million Years on Earth, and focused on the spiritual evolution of man on Earth and in this solar system. If you already subscribe to it, the URL will remain the same. If you are on Facebook, you can check out my Interdimensional Intersections page. I'll be sharing what I sense is coming into or going out of view in The Great Nest of Being there as well.
Some of my favorite links, resources on all of this:
Motah Chronicles: Motah (pronounced distinctly Mo-tah) is an interdimensional code name for a segment of the solar system government’s information sources. This blog chronicles the spiritual diary, channelings and commentary of Phillel, Coexecutive Director of Mark-Age.
Healing Haven Under Hilarion: Blog of Robert H. Knapp, MD, Coexecutive Director of Mark-Age and Director of Healing Haven, which researches, teaches and demonstrates the best of all tested and proven methods, orthodox and unorthodox, for healing mind, body and soul.
Institute of Noetic Sciences: Founded in 1973 by Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, IONS™ conducts, sponsors, and collaborates on leading-edge research into the potentials and powers of consciousness, exploring phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models while maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.
Dean Radin, PhD, is Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and Volunteer Faculty in the Department of Psychology at Sonoma State University. You can read excerpts of his books at his website.
Global Coherence Initiative: The Global Coherence Initiative is an international effort that seeks to help activate the heart of humanity and promote peace, harmony and a shift in global consciousness. GCI conducts groundbreaking research on the interconnection between humanity and Earth’s magnetic fields and energetic systems.
Dr. Ervin Laszlo is generally recognized as the founder of systems philosophy and general evolution theory. His work in recent years has centered on the formulation and development of the “Akasha Paradigm,” the new conception of cosmos, life and consciousness emerging at the forefront of the contemporary sciences.
David Spangler/Lorian Association: The Lorian Association works to empower an exploration of new Gaian-centered models of relationship that can lead to wholeness through an incarnated spirituality. Their vision is to advance the experience of the Sacred in the world and in ourselves.
David Nicol/Gaiafield: The Gaiafield Project develops “subtle activism” practices, theories, and programs and works with like-minded groups to co-create local, national, and global networks of subtle activists to support a shift to a planetary culture of peace.