“The concept of “depth perception” is applied differently to spiritual vision, as opposed to physical vision. In the physical context, depth perception is specific to the function of “seeing” in three dimensions, i.e. the brain processing images captured through the eyes. Spiritual depth perception is the ability to detect and interact with sensations not discernible through any physical attributes. The evolution of spiritual depth perception is conjoined to the influences that dominate the individual. If an individual is controlled by egoistic influences, her or his capacity for spiritual depth perception is proportionately diminished.
Spiritual “vision” is the observation of the forms of influence that comprise the energy flows in all Human—to—Human and Human—to—Nature interactions. In other words, an individual develops progressively intense sensations of how Human Beings influence each other, and the composition of influences the Human Species feeds into the Cosmos. These influences are flows of energy that are characterized by distinct patterns, or ripples and waves. The forms of influence such as hate, anger, violence or compassion, gratitude, and tolerance each have a precise energy structure that can be identified by an individual who is emerging as a force of unconditional love.
As the egoistic tendencies fade, the capability to distinguish the different energy flows begins to mature. The results of this process, the experience of moving within the actual flows of influencing energies are so intense that the individual is awakened to a new dimension of cause and effect structures. The distinction between observing or reading about acts of hate, of despair or extreme futility and absorbing the energy flows of those conditions are magnitudinal. The individual is so overwhelmed by immense desires to eliminate these chaotic conditions that she or he instantly propels a new force of energy into the flux of Human—to—Human and Human—to—Nature interactions. This is the first degree of a new dimension called unconditional love. For the individual, the actualization of each succeeding degree of the force unconditional love becomes the primal imperative
The essence of unconditional love, as a spiritual element, should not be confused with the emotional or egoistic variations. Unconditional love is not an emotional trait, nor is it developed simply because an individual declares the intention to love unconditionally. Within the structure of Creation, unconditional love is a latent form of energy and the most powerful force of influence possible. The activation of this power is dependent on the spiritual transformation of the Human Species.”
The Irreducible Primary
© Rob Taylor, 2011
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