There on the windowsill was a fly, sitting patiently waiting for the skies to turn grey and the sun to fade.
There was reason for this fly to not wish the sun to shine so. It strived for a quality it had never experienced before in its short life. It strived to know what it would be like to sit upon a windowsill and be still for a moment contemplating its next move. And for that it needed darkness. The sun meant movement, stimulating and energising. But the fly did not wish to be compelled to flit and fly and do what flies generally do in order to sustain themselves and future generations. No, this fly wanted just a moment of no sun, of no movement other than the movement of its own thoughts. That was enough to strive for thought the fly.
All of a sudden the sky turned grey, the light upon the sill dimmed and the fly felt something it had never before experienced, a sense of calm flowing through it and over it. The compulsion to move was absent momentarily, and the fly knew that it had attained a new level of awareness. It thought about this briefly while the compulsion to think obscured its compulsion to move, and it knew that it must strive to experience this again.
“ Think about what you have achieved to come this far. You have imagined yourself into being, and into ‘existence’. This is no mean feat mind you, such energy is required to prepare an entry such as yours.
Although you are unique you are not alone. Your mind buzzes with impulses and precognitive paradigms that create the world that you now perceive, much like the fly buzzes around the room. The fly is not incapable of thought or reason, though it does accept its construction at a deep molecular level that presupposes its physical abilities. There is nothing basic, nor incongruent about a fly. It seeks fulfilment as do you or I, and it is constantly striving for perfection if you will. It knows that the possibilities for its fulfilment are endless.
This may seem strange, but how your mind tells your body to function is at odds with its perceived purpose. Where is the mind?
[The mind]…is a social-physical construct and is symbolic of your shared consciousness upon many different levels, but it is nevertheless a human construct. [It is] A notion by which you can as a physical being, be attuned to an inner source of information that provides guidance to your physical and non-physical understanding of your pre-supposed environment. It is a tool.
The mind is not an object, nor is it even what you might call an actuality. It is nothing more than a social yard-stick, [even] though the notion of a ‘mind’ has great validity in your terms[referring to humans in general]. The ‘mind’ is a [layer of consciousness] suggestive… [of] a deeper awareness that resides within your every cell and molecule, atom, and so forth. The brain is not the domain of the mind; it is merely the function-room that helps manifest movement and action throughout the body. Functioning at full speed, so to speak, it can perform tasks of near perfect precision. An odd statement perhaps, [however]…what I am aiming to convey here is that the function of the brain is tempered…[by your current social beliefs regarding the physical capabilities of the human body]. Its full potential [therefore] is stifled by limiting belief [systems].
Firing on all cylinders the brain is an incredible feat of physics. It has the capacity to translate [a vast amount of information constantly].
You have the ability to transcend normal function with the full aid of the brain. It is designed to deal with much more complex patterns of physical interpretive reasoning than is often the case. The brain [in and] of itself contains no information. It is a message centre of great ingenuity. It can sustain the body long after consciousness in your terms has left the physical sphere. It keeps your heart pumping, your blood vessels performing their duties in conveying nutrients and other vital elements around physical body [along with many other complex procedures that help the physical body to function].
So much focus [in your cultures, and throughout history has been]…placed on the head, the so-called vessel of the mind. However, you think, act, and make choices with every cell in your body in accordance with your ‘soul’s’ intent. The fixed nature of your being is merely an illusion. You are what think. Every last cell of your body is aware of that. Your focus thusly should be upon your whole physical body and the environment that you fit into like a piece in a jigsaw puzzle as perfectly as your head sits upon your shoulders.
…You function with your whole body not just your head….”
As with many of my channelled pieces there is often information that I am aware of as I write or type that just doesn’t get formulated with words, particularly when it is quite complex information. However it is still there and available for all to interpret. I rely on a strong connection in order to dictate the words that I will use, so as with the above piece the flow of information might seem a little stilted and scant in places. But I believe that it’s interesting nevertheless. This piece directly precedes a recent post ‘The Daily Channel – Questions’, and the subject of mind and body is explored further.