Match the frequency of the reality you want
and you cannot help but get that reality.
It can be no other way.
This is not philosophy, this is physics.”
Here we see Terence, in the peak of his form…
Listening to him, it is as if he weaves these intricate patterns of thought when he speaks — it takes my full attention to follow, but when I do, it’s incredibly rewarding.
He is speaking, clearly and concisely, from a perspective so dramatically distant from those we typically encounter. That is, he is speaking from a different place, and describing with clarity all that he sees there, for our benefit.
That is why interviews like these are so rare and valuable.
“The average man lives and thinks and believes on one octave only, people of other octaves are invisible to him”
–Lama Mingyar Dondup
“THE ORGANIZATION IS ORGANIC: A Biological Conception of Cultural Development
(Presentation proposal submitted for the 2011 ATP Conference.)
From the “Paradigm Shift” to “The Singularity,” “2012” to “The Zeitgeist,” there is a lot of talk, in both Transpersonal and popular circles, of a coming “evolution” of global consciousness or organizational structure; an approaching shift which will, by differing accounts, somehow change or unify our species as a whole. Yet, there is rarely, if ever, a clear explanation accompanying these claims as to how this approaching “New Age” will specifically come about — some map showing how such a dramatic and widespread transition could occur.
Throughout this presentation, I will discuss the possibility of using current microbiological theories of cellular evolution to compose a conceptual model of human development which may be employed to understand and predict aspects of our own evolution, as a species. With reference to the multi-level selection research of John Tyler Bonner (2009) and John Maynard Smith (2000), comparisons will be drawn between the transition from unicellular to multicellular organization, on one scale, and the transition from individualism to collectivism on our own, with particular focus on the role of ego, electronic communication, empathy, and the division of functional social roles within an increasingly-complex culture. I will conclude with an exploration of the spiritual and Transpersonal implications that a multi-scale model of human development affords the field and open the floor for questions and discussion, as time allows.”
Looked at the back of the laptop lying on the bed today, specifically the precisely milled design of the ventilation grill.
The idea that any animal on Earth could come to construct and use a tool as complex as the laptop computer without receiving some genetic assistance somewhere along the line is absurd. Our engineered advance is so blatantly obvious when given its time frame, compared to that of all the other species on our planet. The signs are all there: the paintings — from cave walls to Renaissance reliefs — all depicting the interaction and influence of entities from the sky. Why not consider the reality which the roots of all those religions is based?
I think of human genetics, and its manifestation through our range of differences, in a very fluid way. The image of a pitcher of water, and then the introduction of a single drop of blue dye, helps me to conceptualize the introduction of a strain of genetic information dramatically different from that of the general population. Once the concentrate is introduced to the water, it gradually expands downwards, its spiraling roots and tendrils of color branching out into the current of the fluid medium, our lineage. In this way, the whole of our species is gradually changed, as the once opaque dye becomes transparent, diffusing and diluting as it continues to spread through the depths of the liquid.
When this pitcher of water metaphor is extended to a different scale, like that of an ocean, those varying depths of fluid medium become more distinct, with different levels, density, and currents of water influencing the manner of dilution. Culture, too, has many currents and depths. These are fueled and agitated by frequency, by hot and cold and the force they exert in the cyclic engine of seasons. Upon introduction, the once concentrated genetic “dye” would, in a still medium, gradually settle to a certain depth based on the density disparity between the dye, the water…the oil, the saline, the blood, whatever. That is to say, in the realm of genetic influence and cultural expression, blood is thicker than water. Or, if you prefer peanut butter, “Separation Occurs Naturally.”
Particle Density Equates Frequency
The spectrum of human difference is a beautiful thing, but, lest we forget, the beauty of a rainbow is in the transcendent truth of its divisions — that in the purity of the Sun’s one light, there is contained all of the colors we can see. Unified, in concert, but their levels or bandwidths of frequency are made distinct for just a moment.
That moment when we were children, laughing beneath the sprinkler in the hot sun, when we caught our first glimpse of the colors. Stopped dead in our tracks in amazement and awe, seeing suddenly what the , the Sun’s’ radiance, source of all life, is actually composed of — its true nature behind the veil. Ol’ Roy G. Biv: that mysterious mischievous elf on the other side of all we see.
The Undersea Shore
Deep sea density disparity creates a sort of second beach, with its own shore and waves, existing far beneath as a darker mirror of the oceans actual shore and beach — or, should I say, the one WE know.
I’m Kaleb Smith, and this is where I put my stuff.
Feel free to look around.