Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Follow the White Rabbit

"Wake up, Neo.  The Matrix has you.  Follow the white rabbit."  

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All of us can remember that awesome scene where Neo sits in front of his computer and those words magically appear on the screen. "Follow the white rabbit". Neo "wakes up" and tries to delete the message. "Follow the white rabbit". Neo tries the escape key. Knock, Knock. Neo is startled by a knock on the door. Choix and DuJour are two hours late. Choix invites Neo to "unplug" and get some R & R. Neo declines and then he sees a "white rabbit" tattooed on DuJour's shoulder.

Neo wants to just close the door and go back "to sleep". But something  calls to him to accept this call to mission. What to do?

Follow the white rabbit.  The inner mind and heart know instinctively what is being said here.  The brain gets a little foggy on it, though.  The difference between the 'brain' and the 'mind' in a person is obvious.  The former is assigned the task of filtration (sorting sensory stimulus and collating knowledge) as well as concentration on life's goals.  The latter gets to sift through infinite options, interface with Spirit, and decide which "possibilities" to feed into the brain for printing and saving to the hard disk.

The mind sits offsite, well outside our 3D reality "box," gazing off at the horizon--while the brain works hard to tie our shoes, pay the bills, and keep this wobbly "life project" on track.  The former is a "test pilot" on a Multidimensional Ship.  The latter is his faithful "ground crew," that keeps the Ship in its sights, and transmits data back and forth across hyperspace.

Who is in charge, in this dance of opposites?  One is attached to dry land, and one flings itself through space and time.  Who gets to call the shots?  Who gets to define the language for that divine interchange that will inevitably take place? 
The Reconnection's respond: "They "both do."  They would then turn around and add:  "And Neither of them does."

As we read through their transmission The Illusion of Control our polarized minds run smack dab into a wall that blocks our imagination.  Age-old theological questions about "free will vs. the sovereignty of God" are suddenly merged and alchemically sealed together, forever.  Both "self" and "other" are the same.  And yet they appear to be different.  And that appearance, that perception is the very purpose of our journey here, in the World of Form.  It boggles the mind, and it jangles the emotions.

And here, my friends, is exactly where we find ourselves.  Boggled and jangled, waiting fearfully by The Gate, wondering whether or not to go through it.  And then........along comes this white rabbit............

What to do?  What to dooooooooo?
 Are we brave enough to take that leap of faith?

The symbols and metaphors of our inner consciousness--our own personal "primer" to be sure, are waiting to guide us.  Are we willing to believe them?  When we feel that "twinge" of excitement go through us, upon hearing a name, or pondering an option for learning, are we willing to give credibility to the invitation which asks:  "Do you want to come with us to a club?"  Or, like many of us do, will we habitually respond:  "Sorry.  I have to go to work in the morning."

And who is waiting for us there, at the club?  A beautiful being named "Trinity?"  The love of our life, the path to our transformation?  Or, as often is the case, will we find a bunch of drunks, banging their heads to loud music, which still seems to be ringing in our heads in the morning, when the alarm clock goes off? 

No one knows the answer to this until they go and look.  And, to complicate matters, our finite minds do not always see and understand the tiny "steps" that are given to us in a moment of inspiration.  What did Ellie Arroway's dad keep telling her in the movie "Contact?"

"Small moves, Ellie.  Small moves."

Thanks to  Daniel Jacob at Follow the White Rabbit 

So how do we break out of this Matrix we have created for ourselves? By creating a new way of thinking. And it's not nearly as hard as it sounds. Here is some wonderful food for "thought".

YOU are the HOLY GRAIL........... yes YOU!

A great sage said, "Man's greatest need is to be needed". There was a void in the universe before you arrived. The whole of creation desires you to be. This imparts a great sense of satisfaction, the realization that you are vital to existence. Where you are at this very moment is perfection realized. Beyond your past actions, beyond your belief of who you are, beyond others perception of who you are - lies a perfect being waiting to be recognized. WAKE UP from the dream! Only when you claim your divinity can you truly experience the divine. Be the perfect cup, the Holy Grail, to receive the divine fount. You cannot seek perfection, rather you must REMEMBER your perfection. All of creation is a reflection of God's perfection in you. Recognize the divinity in others, even when they are cruel. You will find great peace when you embrace the truth that God experiences his creation through us. When you forgive, when you love, when you embrace yourself, you move as a powerful hand of GOD. We ARE the body of God and no one must be forgotten or left behind. As a member of the "Body of God" you have an opportunity each and every day to be the answer to anothers prayers. Reach out and love yourself as divine, just as you are, that it may overflow to others.

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