The Holy Law
When we realize how backward we have been living our whole lives, it becomes very easy to have compassion for anybody.
True and Pure Compassion is absolute Unity, and also happens to be is the most efficient transfer frequency of divine information.
To witness these mechanics at work, we are witnessing Holy Law in action. Things are as they are. Of course, the great mystery is neverending, but there are concrete mechanical descriptions of its flow.
Fear of knowing these mechanics is the fear of masculinity. Holy Law is pure masculinity.
Holy Law is what our origin is founded upon. It is the structure of that infamous awakening to “Nothing”. Obviously, this is a paradox and yet there can be no other way.
Our projection of reality is like life on a TV screen. The TV can be turned off, and the projection stops, but within that realm, the TV and its features still exist.
By focusing into this space of an ultimate bird’s eye view, it can appear to imply, through a great misunderstanding (the cosmic joke) that our personal experiences are meaningless.
People usually have a hard time admitting that a significant aspect of themselves really does not want to be okay. This is normal. Twisted, of course, but normal. It is normal because humans these days are not properly initiated and so those uninitiated parts crave their life challenges.
These “not wanting to be okay” parts have secret hopes like “I hope that b*tch cuts me off again so I can lay down my car horn at her”. Or “I hope I fail at this project so someone else will keep supporting me”. Fear of success is often discussed, and these are the component parts of it. Components of holy law range from the infinitely large to the infinitesimally small.
Essentially, this means that our distortions cause us to not want to accept Holy Law. And so we are essentially sabotaging our worlds in a desperate pursuit to punish the law itself. When we ultimately discover that at our essence we are the law, we were only ever rebelling against a prison of our own making.
One Buddhist poem I love says “I am the fashioner of everything”. This of course cannot be from the “personal I” because that would simply be untrue. This is exactly how New Age ideals turn religious and superstitious – as if the intention setting of a resistant mind is going to have any power at all.
“We create our Reality” in most understandings vibrationally translates to: “When you wish upon a star”. Perceiving separateness between Me and Reality inherently dissociates from the essential true power, and our self-image stays intact as the idea of “someone” to be perpetually disappointed in.
Sacrificing our victimhood and arrogance to burn in the fires of Holy Law typically means giving up that which we think is protecting us. That “shield” actually has a stranglehold on us. We have been under a lifelong initiation (crucifixion) by a device of a universal design. We think “we” made it ourselves, and yet it is based on one of 9 different fundamental functions.
No matter how separate the personal self may feel, it is ALL an aspect of Holy Law. Realizing our transpersonal nature only feels like a threat until we are (spoiler alert) shocked to discover that one ultimate loving and efficient law is real and has been guiding the process all along. Constantly flowering from the unmanifest into the manifest.