“THE MISSIONARY…THAT BABBLING FOOL…”*
ORIGINAL ONE’S IMMORTAL PEACE SUFFICIENT
THE SILENCE BEFORE SOUND
THE CREATOR PRECEDING “GOD”
IMMORTAL BREATH OF LIFE
SINCE BEFORE/DURING/AFTER TIME
THE ALL THAT IS…
… BEYOND MAN-MADE DIMENSIONS…
BE THAT “SILENT THUNDER”**
BAUBO AS PREGNANT VIRGIN
THE TIGHT ROPE
ABOVE RAGING RIVER WATERS***
THE GREATEST GIFT THAT SOURCES ALL
WITHOUT IDO’S ADO
*See Read More at end of Afternoon Photos
***Google for BAUBO & PREGNANT VIRGIN OCEANSPEAK
See Categories on right hand column of any OceanSpeak page
for the same
We need not see any visions - we may, but it is not important.
What is necessary and important is that we enter the sanctuary,
this temple of God that we are
and in which
the presence of God dwells.
we then begin to commune with that Presence.
Very soon we shall see fruitage in our life,
and things will begin to happen for which
we know we were not humanly responsible.
Something has gone before us to prepare mansions for us;
Something walks beside us to protect us
from the discords and inharmonies of earthly living.
~Joel S Goldsmith
The Daily Lesson - June 20, 2018
but of the Spirit within.
Dwell in the Presence and Trust It to Dwell in you,
and Include you
Infinite Sufficiency and Harmony.
The Daily Lesson - June 20, 2018
if you remain quietly absorbed in the sense of Totality,
in the I AMness without attachment,
you will know all that is to be known.
Ramesh S. Balsekar
The Net of Jewels
as John of the Cross sees it,
is the process of emptying and freeing the spiritual faculties:
intellect, memory and will. In my experience,
the most universal change accomplished
by the passive night of the spirit
is the blurring of one's belief in being separate from God,
from other people,
and from the rest of creation
instead of apart from them.
Such softenings can happen with any rigidly held
habitual beliefs and concepts.
The passive night of the spirit serves
to loosen our hold on such expectations,
to leave us more willing
to accept God's being as God will.
it feels as though the foundations of faith are being shaken.
it can be almost impossible to believe
- or even to consider-
that what's really going on
is a graceful process of liberation,
a letting go of old, limiting habits
to make room for fresh openness to love.
Robert S. de Ropp
I had learned a great truth, however. One tries to teach others at one’s peril. It is better to leave one’s fellow men to sleep in peace than to disturb their slumbers.
Let not those who know unsettle the minds of the ignorant who know nothing.
How could I, a careful student of the Bhagavad Gita, have missed the significance of that verse? Don Juan offered a similar message:
A warrior does not squeeze his world out of shape. He taps it lightly and passes on leaving hardly a trace.
That was it. By playing the guru, I had squeezed out of shape the people with whom I had come in contact. I had also squeezed myself out of shape by trying to play a role not in accord with my essence.
The Missionary, that babbling fool, had betrayed me.
Well, I had learned a lesson and would not forget it.
In the future, NO MORE TALK.
Live by the rule of the dervish: Don’t volunteer information about the Way, but be willing to answer honest questions.
What are honest questions?
Honest questions contain the seeds of their own answers and above that the questioners have tried to solve the problems themselves.
Dishonest questions show that the questioners are trying to get something for nothing, making conversation, indulging in idle curiosity, or showing off. Those liable to ask questions about the Way generally want someone else to do their thinking for them. The rest just don’t care. So the dervish can continue on his way in solitude, unimpeded by either companions or possessions.
“Down to Gehenna or up to the Throne
He travels fastest who travels Alone.”
The Metamorphosis of Baubo: Myths of Woman's Sexual Energy
Book Review: The Metamorphosis of Baubo: Myths of Woman’s Sexual Energy by Winifred Milius Lubell (Vanderbilt University Press 1994)
The author notes three gestures common in feminine ancient art that apply to Baubo: arms up-raised, the frog-like squat, and Baubo’s gesture of the ana-suramai. Each of these gestures, she says, has both scared and profane connotations.
Arms-upraised is a very ancient Mediterranean gesture of mourning and reverence for the dead. It also signifies epiphany and seeking or the receiving of a divine blessing.
The squatting posture emphasizes the female genitalia. Anthropologists associate it with death and the underworld. It is also, of course, the posture of giving birth.
It should be noted that throughout this book there are many pictures of these goddess-figures. The Egyptian frog goddess Heket (or Hekat) was venerated as “primordial mother of all existence.” She had her own temple at pre-Dynastic Hermopolis and some think she came originally from Mesopotamia.
She was a midwife and crone, assisting the daily birth of the sun god.
She shares many similarities with the Greek goddess Hecate, aside from the nearly identical name.
Both were crones associated with witches, death, regeneration, the underworld, and frogs.
Baubo may also have been associated with the Triple Moon Goddess form of Hecate.
The “old toad” invective has become an insult to old women in general who became scorned and feared.
Squatting is associated with birthing, urination, defecation, and menstruating – biological actions that are generally deemed private and profane.
and HERE is a WEALTH of Material
that will Alert & Stir Primordial Consciousness
In spite of commercials we see on TV and the display of sexuality in films,
we live in an uptight culture,
and women who are fully in touch with their bodies
and their own sensual selves often appear to be intimidating.
It's no surprise that the Catholic church gave women only two identities:
Virgin or Whore.
Such is the legacy we are left with in the 21st century