Is The World Dream Opposed to Awakening?

Why are actions to the good so often undermined, delayed or frustrated? (You have noticed that, haven't you?)

Spiritual teachers fall in scandal (even petty scandal); potent and worthy teachers remain relatively obscure. Potent teachings fail to be recognized. Teachings degrade in the hands of followers; the Chinese persecute the Tibetans; the Nazis persecute the Jews, the Romans persecuted the Christians, white supremacists persecute Afros. Technological advances are suppressed. People work for their enrichment by acts that lead to the detriment of many.

These scenarios may be said to arise from the acts of individuals, but the acts of individuals are the acts of the World Dream.

I think there's good reason to suspect that The World Dream is opposed to awakening. One of its strategies (or knee-jerk actions) is to employ "inconvenient happenstance" to distract the attention of those who would awaken, and often, increasingly inconvenient happenstance as people awaken from or overcome previous interferences.

It seems to me that the closer I get to issuing a new element of the somatic teaching I have been developing over the years (as a certified practitioner), the more breakdowns, faults, distractions and interferences have occurred. It's what's been called, "the longest yard" effect (football metaphor for the touchdown attempt at the one yard line). Software crashes, software misbehavior, unexpected computer behaviours, crashes, difficulties with on-line services I use to publish the work; itches, bleariness of the eyes that interferes with the clear seeing I need to edit video, the inopportune need to cough in the midst of moments of precision voiceover recording work, onset of periods of illness that delay the work by days, previously accomplished work seeming to disappear. I even noticed the phenomenon when in conversation with one of my teachers -- noisy distractions in the environment occurring at certain moments -- and he commented on it.

So I'm not talking speculatively or hypothetically.

I think the World Dream doesn't want to awaken or to host awakening and seeks to neutralize new developments with various forms of detriment. Look at what happened with Bernie Sanders. Look at the nutcase behavior of so-called (but misnamed), "political Conservatives".

Living beings are "space-time warps" in the fabric of universal consciousness. The warping comes from the delay between events, our cognition of events, memory formation or recognition -- and our responsive actions. Memory makes events last longer than their mere occurrence. We are space-time warps, "bubbles" released into the environment at birth and that "pop" at death, leaving effects echoing behind.

The Gold Key Release

Because we, as living beings, are time-warps, we can and do operate more or less at variance from the tendencies of the World Dream.

One way to "operate at variance" is to change the fabric of the World Dream, itself -- by changing the fabric of our own being-and-doings.

That fabric consists of our own habits, entrenched in memory and intention, guiding and controlling attention -- our own attention and the attention of others.

When we change, the world is affected. We are free to dream a new World Dream -- progressively and by degrees, as we do the work.

The Gold Key Release may be described as a mental procedure (though it is beyond that) that re-works the fabric of our own being-and-doings. It's a self-deprogramming procedure. Its results are not speculative, but immediately and blatantly felt and then seen, in experience, itself. It's a way of operating at variance to the controlling agenda of the World Dream, as we know it. It's a way of wresting ourselves free of it and of turning upon it to exact desirable changes.

The structure of The Gold Key Release and of other TetraSeed Transformation procedures makes misuse and abuse impossible. The worst that can happen is that someone doesn't take a procedure clear to the end, but quits before the job is really done.

The Gold Key Release

copyright 2017 Lawrence Gold

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