Monday April 24th ~ 87 ~ IC~ (Field of Prutbar)
Something very powerful about the poetic perspective is that through it, you can remain unwaveringly committed to your intentions in the here and now–not in a manner of being fixated but rather the opposite, in complete fluidity and cooperation with life unfolding. Imagine holding intention so strongly that you can turn anything that seems to be an obstacle into a supportive element, through powerful poetry that speaks to subconscious depths from where your dreams take shape. So through the poetic perspective, you override any damaging effect that mind can have on the delicate formation and budding of your dreams in the finer etheric substance that is precursor to form.
As we make the leap to the new reality, we are all called upon to hold unwavering vision of a new tomorrow. That is part of the power of the daily mantras as well: to keep us focused on the formation of the new.
Think of intention as your overarching vision steeped in principles of the highest truth you know to live. This overarching power imbues your will forces so that all that you do aligns with it. But the living in alignment happens only in the here and now–through your attention. And that is where the poetic perspective comes in.
Poetry comes from feminine depth–it is similar to the imagery and scenes of dreamtime. Its power is in weakening the effects of mind that affirms the solidity of face value through thinking it knows what it sees, and seeing the glass half empty…seeing what is not. But also, it strengthens our conviction in the potent effects of the choices of the one, and discards any notion of might in numbers (see Rune Support). In this regard, the poetic perspective is innocent.
We are told that one eye sees what is not. This has been the dominant eye in our visual interpretation of life around us. So we see a bird from registering the vastness as not being ‘bird’. Do you walk across the ground, or does the earth move beneath you from your intent? (1) We are told life is a game of hide and seek that we have created for ourselves, so that we may delight in the discovery of what always was.(2)
One of the contemplations to reach beyond the confines of the matrix (1) is the following:
“If words are the veils that hide eternity, do they also frame it? The Infinite can be seen only when viewed through the web of the finite.”
Similarly we might ask, “If form makes up the veils that hide infinity, does it also reveal it?”
If you consider this last question, you will appreciate the power of the poetic perspective to continually reveal the Infinite through the fluidity it brings to ‘discrete’ frames or moments in time–turning discrete moments into the ‘perfect moment’ of timelessness. When the ‘finite’ lives within the renewing forces of infinity, beauty is continually revealed. The poetry in your heart aligns your will with the Infinite’s, and all that you are cause for in ‘form’ is then inevitably beautiful.
For today, play with your IC in its sanctuary once again, and see life through the poetic perspective…through the innocent eyes of the child. Do this for everything that you feel resistance to. Know that through your seemingly small perceptual shifts from the poetry in your heart, you are changing realities! Let that sink in to your awareness of self, which is a theme in the field of Prutbar.
Today’s video message on the Inner Child:
Apply Blue Skies under the feet (add Oasis Sunset under the left foot) ~ feel the joy of the Inner Child being called upon to interpret life through its magical eyes
Apply Seven Veils to the thymus area, and hold lightly to any interpretation of situations, with the realization that any understanding is fleeting as life’s revelations are infinite
(1) Contemplations from Aranash Suba yoga–the 4th yoga designed to take us out of he confines of body, soul, spirit as the matrix or incubation chamber of individuated life.
(2) God archetype Bishbarach-nuvaset (#6) – Note: Evident or hidden is the Illusion of the field of Prutbar