Tomorrow is the third Sunday of June, a day when the Fathers are celebrated in many countries. This writing is a follow on to comments I made in the last section of the prior Journal entry, “In a Future Memory…….”
It wasn’t until 1972 that Richard Nixon gave the presidential seal of approval for the celebration of Father’s Day on the third Sunday of June. The term is misspelled as a singular possessive. It should be a plural possessive, as in Fathers’ Day, since there are many different fathers. This is an insignificant quibble.
I have a more encompassing quibble to register on this Father’s Day. I have registered this quibble in a number of past Journal entries.
Now is the time to re-parent this world. It is up to all Mothers and all Fathers and all children to take care of their own responsibility of personal life growth, and then bring that healed self forward to help heal the growing wounds of our home, our planet. Or just bring forward and offer whatever healed part of yourself you can offer now, and keep working on the rest of you.
We need to re-parent our selves first and foremost. We must be the change we wish to see in the world, as one good patriarch put it. Gandhi was, and is, right.
I wrote about Erik Erikson’s 4 stages of the inner child in “Parenting, Part II” (January 2, 2011), and the 4 stages of the adult in “Parenting, Part III” (February 3, 2011). In Part II, I listed our patterns of learned distress; patterns of behavior which we enjoin as adults as a result of unmet needs in the 4 stages of the child. If every one of us could work on healing our childhood patterns of learned distress, then we could easily create a wholesome future memory choice point for global evolution.
I believe our current day issues of socioeconomic, geopolitical, and geophysical troubles issue forth from a patriarchal legacy of very misguided men. All of these men had mothers, and so, no one is off of the hook here.
I often point to the critical choice point juncture of 325 A.D., when patriarch Emperor Constantine convened the bishop patriarchy at the Council of Nicea. This event is just one of thousands of important misguided choice points. The mandates enacted at the Council of Nicea were based on greed and power.
Here the clerical patriarchs deleted 25 books and 20 supporting texts from the Bible. These were texts which spoke to us about our true inner spiritual technologies. I like to muse on what kind of world we would have right now if those texts and documents had been made available to humanity for the past 1700 years. I am confident that we would not have waged so much war, for instance. The human species has only been involved in war for 93% of the time since then, and religious entities drove much of that.
War, death, lives maimed and destroyed, cultures and civilizations crushed, countries and cities ruined, economies destroyed, et cetera; all over some differences of opinion about a variety of misguided anthropocentric belief systems.
On this past Christmas Day I wrote about the Biblical edits in my explanation of the Global Coherence Initiative, or, the GCI. The GCI is a main theme of this Father’s Day Journal entry.
The Global Coherence Initiative, Revisited
It may help to contemplate the Biblical edits as a point of focus, just so we, the human race, don’t continue to exercise a corrupted fear based form of control over large portions of human consciousness, and attract more problematic future memory scenarios to contend with.
In my offering of the 2 Journal entries on the Global Coherence Initiative, I was also offering the science behind the initiative, which I often describe as “what the Heart is doing besides pumping blood around.”
The Heart’s vast electromagnetic field projection is likely a holographic quantum projection. If enough Hearts are in resonant frequency (a type of Unity Consciousness), then the Singularity can be changed, according to the unified Hearts’ desires.
Heart Resonant Frequency was covered in the last section of the prior Journal entry. I also explained this concept in the entry “Becoming Compassion, Part I,” about half way into the entry. This April 14 entry can be viewed at http://haelanlifestream.com/category/journal/becoming-compassion-part-i-2/#more-1096.
According to the peer reviewed research, which you can review in the Christmas Day Journal on the GCI (http://haelanlifestream.com/journal/the-global-coherence-initiative-a-joy-to-the-world/#more-763), it takes the square root of 1% of a population to change the consciousness of that population. For Globe Gaia, which is some 6.5 to 7 billion people, this comes down to about 8000 people praying and meditating for a common goal.
My Father’s Day Request
Please have a look at this 25 minute video, which emphasizes and reinforces elements of the GCI theme: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_YOG3jMlV4. I think that you will find this video and its message and plea to be uplifting and inspirational.
This video is associated with the people who put up the website: http://www.worldmeditationday.com/. Here you can read more information. The whole effort is founded on a Heart based consciousness. This is a true technology and science which we all possess. We must not squander this Gift, not now.
Crestone and Beyond
Every morning I look forward to reading from a book written by Richard Rohr, entitled On the Threshold of Transformation, Daily Meditations for Men. If you have a father or a man in your life, they may benefit from and enjoy this book. One can just keep reading the short daily passages and related questions day by day, and year by year. Track your evolution.
I want to write the passage Rohr wrote for Day 164, which was 5 days ago, entitled Incorporating Imperfection.
In order for the human race to have success at growing beyond our current problems, we must be able to “incorporate imperfection.” For instance, one practical evolved example of this concept is for corrupt and harmful corporations like Monsanto to actually change their creative genius and focus on assisting the world, instead of destroying it. Monsanto (an example of power and greed based corporatocracy) is viewed by many as a flaw, and as such, we will have to honor it for what it is in Creation, in order to change it.
To assist us with this concept, here is Rohr’s contemplation for Day 164:
“There is always one clear imperfection woven into the pattern of traditional Navajo rugs. And interestingly enough, this is precisely where the Spirit moves in and out of the rug! The Native mind and the Eastern mind (which Jesus would have developed in his Jewish culture) understand perfection in precisely that way. The Eastern mind is more comfortable with paradox, mystery, and nondual thinking than the Western mind—and Western languages, which have been formed largely by Greek notions of logic. Jesus did not speak Greek, but Aramaic, which is more subtle, diffused, and nuanced.
Perfection in this mind is not the elimination of imperfection. Divine perfection is, in fact, the ability to recognize, forgive, and include imperfection—just as God does with all of us. True perfection is not the exclusion of imperfection but precisely the recognition and inclusion of it! That could change your whole life. The gift of nondual thinking and seeing, or contemplation, is the radical grace that grounds all holy seeing and doing.”
Rohr’s Day 164 question for contemplation: “In what ways am I still dependent on perfection?”
The human owns a very special cluster of imaginal cells. This is because about 65% of our Heart cells are neural cardiocytes. These powerful cardiocytes are feeling, longing, knowing, and dreaming. These cells inform the Brain Mind in formulating a plan for how one’s life will unfold.
If the Brain Mind is constantly overriding the messaging of the Heart Mind with the traumatic memory residual of polarized thinking (Judge, Critic, Skeptic, Pusher, and Victim), then we will continue to recreate trauma in our future memory, and we will keep manifesting it.
The sages have recommended meditation and Heart based prayer over the ages to help us quiet the thought waves of the Brain Mind.
The second sutra of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras reads, from Sanskrit, ”yoga chitti vritti nirodha.”
In translation: The purpose of yoga is to still the thought waves of the mind.
The thought waves of the Brain Mind must be stilled so that the Heart Mind Presence can be known as Identity by the Brain Mind. Meditation involves a relaxation response, witness consciousness, and mindfulness. Mindfulness is not a Brain Mind full of thoughts, but is a Brain Mind full of Heart.
When clusters of imaginal cells reach a critical mass for a new creation, then we will dream a new reality into being. Such is the basis of the GCI, and the plea which is registered in the video which I hope you just watched, or, will now watch.
Your body is a psychic antenna. Send out positive healing thoughts to create a greater trickle-down effect into other peoples’ lives. Assist yourself and others in moving beyond suffering.
Fear separates us from Source. Love heals.
Signing off with the fastest vibrating word that I know, from Crestone and Beyond,