2019: The Year for Dynamic Consciousness in Action
As we begin 2019, we stand at a crossroads.
Will we, moment by moment, take the left-handed path of vengeance—lusting after the destruction, humiliation and downfall of the “other”—or the right-handed path of forgiveness, the very action that frees us to experience compassion?
Will we accept a world full of corruption, psychopaths and lunacy, which seems hell-bent on its own destruction? Or will we begin to imagine and create a new reality?
Will we believe this hologram around us is an inescapable prison house? Or will we put our dynamic consciousness into action, anchoring the reality that has always existed beyond?
It is sobering to consider how powerful our thoughts are in shaping the world around us. The things we think and feel—as well as the things we consume and surround ourselves with—all become a focus for the flow of our attention. And this attention then gives power to, or expands, whatever we focus on.
But we have never been so ready, it seems, to replace our cartoon devils, bloodthirst and the corruption—from the inside out—with something truly beautiful.
As we do, love will grow in the earth. Crime will decrease. Hate will become less frightening and terrible. And society will again become the focalization of divine geometry, of the internal crystal of the soul, of every living thing.
Taking Responsibility for the Hologram We Inhabit
Sacha Stone recently said, in his interview with Some Stuff Matters, “by doing it.”
“I think if one looks at the building blocks of reality… it's about tone, it's about intention, it's about casting intention into the field. And, depending on the capacity to project lifeforce or Prana into that projection, more or less, one is able to then manifest reality. But it does require casting the objective with as much coherence to the flame of divinity that exists within us, to be able to then stream that life force in, to manifest that objective into manifest reality… So, everything is ideated. I mean, the house I'm living in, the streets we inhabit, everything is ideated. We first think of things and we envision them internally. We then project them into the field. We then get out sketchbooks and draw them and engineer them—and then call the builders in and the cement mixers and start to composite and aggregate them and build them. And then, ultimately, we have some kind manifestation, which is the 3D temporal representation of the ideation.”
Stone says it’s no longer time for thinking. “We’ve done the thinking,” he says. The year of 2019 is a time for “dynamic consciousness in action.” It’s time to step out of Hologram and take responsibility for what we manifest.
“We need to step back and step out of it and take full account of the Hologram that we inhabit to say, ‘It is not being done to me,’” Stone says. “I am not a victim of circumstance or a victim of my cultural heritage—or of anything. I am the now. I am the adept. I am Atma. I am Bodhisattva. I am the eternal flame. I am the divine aspect of the Alpha and the Omega. I will take full account for this field of expression, and I will do so according to the dictates of natural law. Meaning to say, I will go forth, I will affirm, I will create, I will expand and I will do no harm—cause no injury to another living soul. Boom. And if you are able to inhabit that continuum, mind, body and soul—and we all are able to do it, whether we're living in a Bali paradise like this or whether we're living in a cement box on the outer fringes of Moscow—it doesn't matter, because the real temple is the human body, the human technology. We have it all wired into us.”
Mechanical vs. “QuantumThinking”
Dianne Collins, author of “Do You QuantumThink? New Thinking That Will Rock Your World,”says our thinking has become equally mechanical as a result of our mechanized existence, and agrees with Stone that too often we view ourselves as victims of circumstance rather than as conscious co-creators, who can generate outcomes and circumstances by “thinking from Infinite Possibility.”
“In QuantumThink, we call these automatic thoughts and behaviors ‘least-action pathways’—the way the thought or the energy goes simply because it has been that route before. However, to the extent that our thoughts are unaware, ‘least-action pathways,’ we are not truly at choice,” she says in her written interview with Some Stuff Matters. “When you QuantumThink, you make a distinction between thoughts that ‘visit’ your mind sphere, and thoughts that you initiate. You realize: you don’t have to own every thought that visits. You don’t have to identify with undesirable thoughts. Just because you have a thought doesn’t make it the truth. Let them fly by like birds past your window.”
Caroline Leaf, a cognitive neuroscientist with a Ph.D. in Communication Pathology, specializing in Neuropsychology, says adopting productive instead of destructive mindsets plays a critical role in self-regulating the 30,000 to 180,000 thoughts that we are estimated to have each day.
“Your mind is the nonphysical, spiritual part of you. Your mind is separate from your brain. Your mind in action is when you are thinking, feeling and choosing. So, when we are talking about thinking, feeling and choosing, we then are going to build thoughts—and you determine what’s in that thought. You choose the information and you choose the emotion,” she says in her Catalyst 2018 presentation: "How To Avoid Burnout by Cultivating Correct Mindsets."
“Neuroscience and psychoneuroimmunology and quantum physics, and these various fields, have shown us that we have, as humans, this incredible power to be able to control our thinking every 10 seconds. That means that you are designed and wired to control what you are thinking, feeling and choosing every 10 seconds,” she says. “You are a victor over and above your biology. Your brain does not control you. You control your brain… Your mindset is powerful. Your mindset will determine your perspective, how you perceive something, which is going to influence how you think and feel and choose your next reality. So, we need to address our mindset, because mindsets set the tone for the next moment, for the next hour, for the next day, for the rest of your life.”
Leaf defines mindset as an attitude or a cluster of thoughts with attached information and emotions that generate a particular perception.
“If you go in with a toxic mindset, and you go in with a lack of gratitude, and you’re whining and complaining, and just thinking in a completely negative way, you are damaging the ability of the frontal lobe to function like it should,” she says. “Your frontal lobe plays a very active part in self-regulating.”
The Importance of Bringing All Levels of Consciousness into Our Awareness
Caroline Hanstke, co-author of “Why We Do What We Do: Four Pathways to Your Authentic Self,” says in her recent Some Stuff Matters interview, that in order to be the fullest expression of that dynamic consciousness in action, it’s important to bring all of the levels of consciousness into our awareness, so we are in alignment within and not working against ourselves.
Hanstke identifies four levels of consciousness, in her work: The superconscious, the conscious, the subconscious, and the unconscious.
She says there are different activities, actions and patterns taking place at each of these levels of consciousness, and so the more we bring all four levels into our awareness, “the more what we’re holding in our consciousness is what we really are.” On the other hand, the less awareness we have of what’s in those other layers of consciousness, the less we will be the “master of,” in charge of, or able to direct our consciousness at those other levels.
“It’s really important, as we want to expand our conscious awareness, that we are dealing with what’s at other levels of our consciousness. And so then it becomes making decisions, making determinations of what elements we want to continue to identify as ourselves, and which ones we want to let go of,” she says. “As we do that, we bring more and more of it into consciousness—that is, more and more of ourselves come into consciousness—we can act in more powerful ways.
“You can understand that, going back to the law of magnetic attraction, that if you have a powerfully developed consciousness, what you hold in that consciousness is going to be that much more significant in terms of its impact. And that’s why we have to be more careful, even, about what we’re holding in our consciousness, because we do many things with it—we impact all of life with it, for one thing. We impact it for good or for ill, depending on what it is. And so, we want to be master of our consciousness.
“When it comes to how we attract, we know the law of magnetic attraction is that likes attract and opposites repel. The more we’ve integrated our consciousness, the more that will all be the same thing. In other words, what we’re holding in our consciousness will be what we attract or repel. But when we have a subconscious and unconscious that are doing very different things from what our consciousness is, then we’ll have different effects going on.
“What does that mean? That means that we may be holding some anger, for instance, in our subconscious over some treatment we got that we thought was unfair, but we haven’t registered it on our conscious mind," Hanstke says. "Nevertheless, we’re holding it in the field of our consciousness, and so it’s attracting—and repelling at the same time. So, in the sense of likes attract, it’s going to attract those kinds of energies, and a lot of times we do that when we’re still in the process of developing our consciousness and we don’t realize why something just happened. But, in actual fact, we’ve attracted it.”
What We Focus on Expands
John Ernst Worrell Keely, the American inventor, scientist, philosopher and free energy pioneer behind sympathetic vibratory physics—the lesser known contemporary of inventor Nikola Tesla, whose important findings were also suppressed—wrote in 1894 “juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in unison, or harmonic ratio, are mutually attracted” while “juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in discord are mutually repelled.”
Not only does what we focus on attract or repel like—it expands, Collins says, because attention adds energy, which adds mass.
Leaf says something nearly identical in her talk: “Whatever you pay attention to is going to grow; and whatever grows gets energy; and whatever gets energy produces your words and your actions.”
This is an important point, as an individual or group of people who accept their own victimhood actually empower their own victimology by focusing on it, Collins says.
For example, she and her husband/partner were consulting at a well-known corporation, where they were called in to help the company’s Asian American employees stop feeling they were undervalued.
“When they ‘got’ this distinction and saw that they were actually the ones most responsible for keeping their ‘less than’ status in place, they jumped for joy! They laughed. They lightened up. They were free, and it only took a few hours for that to happen,” she says. “They create a new context for themselves: We are highly valued in the company…It wasn’t Pollyanna or wishful thinking. It wasn’t a so-called ‘positive affirmation.’ It was a chosen context to live from, a context they chose from awakened thinking.”
Collins says when you QuantumThink, you generate “awakened thinking” by realizing we are all connected to universal intelligence, the source of all ideas and invention.
“Awakened thinking is the ability to think beyond your own automatically conditioned ideas and beliefs,” she says. “Awakened thinking means you are thinking from a solution-based context, with the intent to have things be better. Not just better for some, not just for any particular interest group, but for everyone.”
How QuantumThinking Can Bridge the Political Divide in America
Therefore, in a “QuantumThinking America,” Collins says we would be thinking “from the whole and for the whole.”
“A nation that applies the principles of QuantumThink® would be the sublime expression of a true democracy, because when you QuantumThink, you stand in the question: How can we have this work for everyone?” she says.
Hanstke agrees that in order to bridge the chasm between the left and right in the United States, we must first “embrace a consciousness of oneness.”
“We're all in this together. This is a mighty starship we're on, and we're on it together. And so, let's make it the best that we can together. But that doesn't mean ‘everything goes.’ That means there has to be some agreed-upon principles. The first order of the universe, the first principle of the universe is order. So, there has to be a way in which we agree that we hold order. And I think that means we don't walk around saying, ‘Well, I'm going to kill you’ and so on, if you do something or say something that I don't like. It means we're going to have to be able to find ways of settling our differences—not that we're all the same. We're not and we never will be. We're made uniquely. But so that we can engage cooperatively, for the good of all. And so, I think that's what we're going to have to come to.”
Hanstke, who always tries to look at things from “many angles,” recognizes that everything is part of one vast geometry and, at any given time, we’re “just conscious or aware of one portion.”
“If each individual did not add a new dimension to the whole, then there wouldn’t be a need for all of us,” she says. “Each one is destined to add a new quality.”
Manifesting the ‘New Earth,’ Moment to Moment
Each of us chooses, moment to moment, what world we want to manifest intergalactically through how we perceive the world and what we hold in our four levels of consciousness. Only together, as we each play our unique role on the stage of cosmos, can we manifest the vast geometry of the only reality that has ever existed, and tear down the veil once and for all.
“I don’t think you should be concerning yourself for one fleeting moment on how what you say translates to the other. I think what you should be doing is worrying, again, weighing and measuring your feet, your words, your deeds, your action, so that they make absolute sense with self—Self, with a capital “S”—the actualized Self. I think simply the more you maintain that inner silence and communicate these truths in a way that is most resonant with you, increasingly resonant with you, keep dialing that resonance up. Keep dialing that acuity up. Keep dialing that integrity up in your inner conversation,” Stone says. “It'll naturally flow out of the words that you speak and then the syntax that then comes out of your mouth. It will naturally flow and that is what locks and loads and creates laws of attraction and brings others into coherence with what you say. The problem is where we begin to try to think and engineer, ‘How can I best communicate something to x?’ That's when you lose it. You must only ever engage the highest form of communication with Self and then know that that naturally resonates and flows out in your syntax, in the words that you choose, and in the thoughtforms that you then ideate in conversation. So, I'd suggest you just keep bringing that language back to Self. Don’t worry too much about how what you think and say is going to translate to the other, because when it actually resonates and makes sense with you, it will flow forth and bring others into the field.”