Archived from the former firedocs blog. 06 May 2007
Oh. When I wrote the previous post (Ganymede) I meant to write this one but got carried away!
So the archetype model I've been using for sessions lately has been forcing some warping of my brain.
As I left the movie theatre last night, and I walked across the parking lot, it suddenly occurred to me:
If the target is in me; if the archetype is the collected energy of the target; then everything in my reality is in me too.
Just like Seth would say, and the wise ones throughout time, who describe our reality as a non-lucid dream, and just one of many for that matter.
I walked past the cars. I felt a truck go past behind me.
What does it feel like inside me? I wondered. Is there a "feel" to parking lots, for example, that I could become more aware of by thinking about it right now, while having this experience? Would that help me to recognize the feel during session?
Alan Watts talked of this. And Suzuki, and the other writers of Zen (for the West) whom I waded through all those eons ago. Everything outside you is inside you. Inside is the blueprint. Outside is a mirror of it.
Archetype meditations function on this same logic: the universe is inside you. You go inside to make changes. You have a relationship with everything because everything is of you. The secret to control is allowing, the secret to letting go is merging, the secret to mastering is loving and serving.
Joe McMoneagle says: Remote Viewing comes to those who put it first, others second, and themselves third. Maybe that's so.
I was so distracted by my thoughts I drove over a curb. Sigh. I'm becoming a genuine 'airy psychic' sort!
I keep looking at things and asking myself, "How does that table feel inside me? How does the phone ringing feel inside me?"