Unity Consciousness in the Group Soul Field

The Soul = Oversoul = Cosmic Soul; that seems like a mystery, but it isn’t. The Soul is omnipresent, but your consciousness is not. What needs to be awakened is the awareness of the Presence of the Soul, and meditation is a suitable tool for that.

Keep one’s meditative attention in the here and now. The principle is simple, but the implementation requires practice. Everything that you practice with love, concentration, and care multiplies. Consciousness first learns to adopt a meditative attitude and then to hold it longer and longer.

The Soul is the universal life-giving part of all physical reality. In this sense, one can say that our individuality is ours personally, but we receive life and all other possibilities that our physical being have from the Soul. The Soul = Oversoul = Cosmic Soul; we live and move thanks to the Cosmic Soul.

The self, ego, and psyche consist of individualized psychically charged energy. Psychic energy is distinguished from universal energy by the charge of ‘meaning.’ In an emotional and mental sense, our individuality needs meaning; we derive our existence from it. Meaning is vital.

From ‘meaning’ to gratitude for Being

We don’t have to “earn” Consciousness; we must let go of meaning. The Soul has and gives no meaning, purpose, or sense, but we feel we do not exist without meaning and purpose. The Path of the Soul means becoming aware and letting go of all meaning individuality created and finding Surrender to the universality of the Soul.

Experiencing Unity Consciousness in the group field is a matter of resonance.

The individuality, you and me, finds many meanings within the experience of oneness in the frequency resonance of the various religious and spiritual group fields.
The experience of the resonant frequency of Unity Consciousness in the group Soul Field only takes place within (like-minded) Soul frequency, the group Soul.


Self-Initiation and the Body

Head and heart

The body is the Temple of the Soul, and the -forged- connection of head and heart means harmonious cooperation of the upper three chakras with the lower three chakras, of which the heart center represents the last (lower) three.

The ‘harts’ representation of the lower three does not mean that these are of minor importance! The heart center can be seen as the wisdom center for the base chakra, the sacral chakra, and the solar plexus.

The essence of “Being” is movement. The heart center is at a ‘crossroads.’ It is located vertically in the body’s center and the center between the other chakras. In the heart, we also make contact with the people around us in a horizontal sense. Connections with the people around us and our actions generate energetic currents that go through the body horizontally and vertically, a weaving movement.

What makes self-perfection into self-initiation is intention, motivation, and focus.

The desire to be of service to others (and not just to the self) is sometimes buried under old layers of social dust that one has allowed years to settle; it sometimes takes self-knowledge, the remembrance of an old insight or feeling to get the real motivation clear before the focus gets a clear direction.

The body is the Temple of the Soul, and body and mind are closely intertwined. The weaving movement is closely involved in the construction of the Anthakarana.


The Works of Self-Initiation

Self-Initiation through Self-perfection to the deepest level of one’s personality and psyche is a form of dedicated self-care, self-love, and a deep understanding of what exactly lies at the root of the inner process of spiritual ascension.

What’s ascending? This is not just one’s vibrational frequency. The increase in the frequency of the vibration is just a by-product. What ascends is the Anthakarana, an energetic ‘candle’ rising in the spine; this only happens through inner work. Inner work of undoing or sacrificing.

Society is the leading cause of the widespread assumption that all spiritual phases work automatically. In addition, many launch their spiritual ideas and theories prematurely or develop courses on them. The creativity in spiritual nonsense is often boundless.

Self-Initiation is inner work and leads to ascension. Does striving for self-perfection means choosing between good and evil? No. The Anthakarana can rise by working on the energetic balance in and between the chakras in all circumstances. The seven chakras are the energetic emanation of the main glands in the body, and these glands are the seat of the personality and psyche. Balance in and between the chakras means balance in the personality.

Spiritual searching changes into a clear spiritual direction. The motivation to continue on this path grows with the experience you gain, and when ‘belief’ turns into knowing, seeing, and realizing, it generates tremendous joy!

The descending realization that man’s worst enemy, the ego, AND spiritual salvation live side by side within every individual generates unspeakable joy, love, and devotion to continue one’s path.

Love, Devotion, and Awareness enable Sacrifice and Surrender. It is not ourselves -our egos- putting something substantial into operation. We must set all the beacons green, and divine grace does the actual work.


Intuition (and instinct)

There is a difference between Intuition and Instinct. An instinct is an immediate automatic response to a specific external stimulus. Instinct prompts the immediate fight or flight action. Intuition is of a different order.

Intuition is inner ‘knowing’ without involving logical thinking. Intuition works immediately in realizing or seeing through something or someone. Whether the intuitive insight is correct depends on the ‘purity’ of the intuitive reception.

What is ‘purity’ of intuitive reception?

Every perception is based on inner resonance and reflection, and so an intuitive perception has everything to do with profound self-knowledge and especially with understanding one’s pitfalls, hidden issues, and translations of internally used symbolism.

With one’s inner doors opening, the internal view and perception expand. The more the inner universe is stripped of noise from the outside world AND of all inner convictions and beliefs, the purer the perception.


Intuitive perception involves subtle sensing through feeling.

Intuitive perception has little to do with the brain and the mental air principle of the (logical) mind.


Test, test, test

Sharpening intuition requires constant testing against reality. Testing intuitive perceptions can be difficult and tedious; it comes down to intuitive multitasking, where one is both intuitively open to subtle hunches, maintains concentration in the here and now, and can also observe whether the inner translation has turned out to be correct! This internal training works best if you can enjoy the performance and see it as a challenge to perform under increasingly complex circumstances. Ambition, urge to achieve, or coercion is counterproductive!

The value of intention and motivation – you push your own limits

The value of intention and motivation is everything. Everything that you practice with love, attention, and care has the potential to multiply. When the self takes a step back, the intuition widens one step. Thus, Selfish motives come to light naturally, and it is up to you whether you recognize and sacrifice them to make another significant intuitive step forward.

Q: What do you think about ‘creating’ or the attraction of money? Does that also fall under the use of intuition?

If someone wants to attract money, a partner, property, or something like that, ask yourself the underlying need. Unfulfilled needs cloud the inner mirror; they influence and impure your intuitive reception.


Having or Being Consciousness?

DOES one HAVE, or IS one consciousness? Where is consciousness located? In the brain? Or does consciousness have no specific place in the body and may even extend into the aura?

The brain is the most important part of the body. It controls most of the body’s activities, processing, integrating, and coordinating the information it receives from the (physical) sense organs and making decisions as to the instructions sent to the rest of the body.

A description of consciousness one HAS:
The state of being awake and aware of one’s surroundings.

A description of consciousness as a state of “Being”:
The state of being awake and aware of one’s surroundings, in the here and now and down to the subtle spiritual and transcendent energetic levels.

As long as one still identifies with a name, body, and title, one can assume that one HAS a consciousness. Spiritual exercises and meditation can expand consciousness until automatic identification no longer occurs and one BECOMES consciousness.

With consciousness expansion, the consciousness develops from egocentric consciousness in which the person is only interested in himself and his concerns to consciousness with interest in his immediate environment, expanding further to groups with specific spiritual interests to eventually universal interest in all people regardless of their color or religious background.


The Overshadowing of the Soul

The Soul is the transcendent energy that gives life to body and mind, but the Soul is also an unknown and misunderstood part of man. Ego’s ambition overshadows the innate desire to develop an intimate intuitive contact with one’s Soul.

The art of Wu Wei is the art of acting from intuition in a state of self-forgetfulness where the ego has the role of observer. Wu Wei, thus is acting without ambition-driven intention.

The ego has a well-defined framework, a composite of conscious and subconscious intentions, motives, and goals. The ego has ambition and generally predominates. It overshadows those personality parts that search for the ultimate intimate intuitive contact with the Soul. These more receptive parts are open to the intuitions of the Soul. Our ‘selves’ are our enemy.

The ego thinks and acts from a choice between the extreme opposites’ good and evil.’ However, what is good or bad is determined personally and depends on society’s prevailing social, cultural, and religious values. The Soul has no interests in religion; the ego, on the other hand, does have them. The frequencies of the ego are within the “bandwidth” of the frequencies of society.

The frequency of the Soul is outside the frequency bandwidth of the world.

As you descend deeper into yourself, you travel from the individual to the semi-collective level of consciousness. In the semi-collective layer, there are aspects that you share with several people. You resonate with each other; you are on the same frequency but within the esoteric and religious frequency bandwidth ranges of society and the world.

The semi-collective level of consciousness is often subconscious but still a part of the ego, the personality, and the spiritual and religious identity. Any resonance here has nothing to do with the Soul, but it may feel like an intimate intuitive contact with the Soul.

There may be a moment of deep self-knowledge for ego consciousness in which it unmasks its mechanisms, and the Soul Desire is intuitively perceived and understood. The conscious ego can now choose to be receptive to the Soul’s intuitions and keep the self in the background as an observer.


Beyond Religion and Spirituality

Beyond the well-known world of Spirituality and Religion lies The Great Unknown.

The Tao that can be spoken is not the eternal Tao
The name that can be named is not the eternal name
The nameless is the origin of Heaven and Earth
The named is the mother of myriad things
Thus, constantly without desire, one observes its essence
Constantly with desire, one observes its manifestations
These two emerge together but differ in name
The unity is said to be the mystery
Mystery of mysteries, the door to all wonders*

Everything under the Sun has a beginning and an end. In the known world, everything has a name and, with it, a beginning and an end; it is finite.

The eternal has no name, but it is the origin of heaven and earth. Everything under the Sun has a name.

Transcendence has no name and, therefore, no meaning; a name gives meaning and evokes desire.

Name and nameless are completely different yet emerge together. Their unity is known as the Mystery, the Door to all Wonders.

The Great Unknown in the “world” is not spiritual but Transcendent. The transcendency is beyond the world one knows of. The transcendency offers no meaning, so it remains unknown.

The Path can only be walked intuitively, without desire, yet completely fulfilling.


* Copyright and translation: Derek Lin

20/20 Hindsight

The primary illusion is ‘Form,’ tangible reality and derivatives thereof. That is why one of the oldest books of spiritual instruction, the Bible, begins with Creation’s origin, nature, and structure. The texts in this book take on a different meaning when read from an energetic and transcendent point of view rather than taken literally.

Matter and the physical are forms, and form is meaning. Man’s primary focus is on the meaning one sees in a form.
The illusion of form is compelling and is not only about the visual illusion of forms but also of all derivatives. One’s expectations about something and spiritual rules, rituals, or religious dogmas are all derivatives of the illusion of form.

Giving energies a defined destination outside of oneself, for example, by translating them into angels, extraterrestrial or spirit guides, or ascended masters, means that emotionally, mentally, and spiritually one is still trapped in the form and thus in the illusion of separation.

20/20 Hindsight Genesis

Each new creation goes through stages of development, from immaterial to material. It first exists as an idea. In your mind, the idea develops into a concept. From concept to design on paper or model and then to concrete implementation and manifesting the original vision.

The Creation of Man. In Genesis 1, Man is created in God’s image on the 6th day. This stage of being human represents the Christ consciousness. In Genesis 2, the first man is called Adam. Adam is not yet a flesh and blood human being. Adam here is the pure immaterial Soul (that will “animate” all that is physical).

The rib from Adam’s side tells the origin of the bodily that is animated by (thanks to) Adam. The physical arises from the spiritual. The physical is negative (-) and therefore feminine charged. Adam is positive (+) and consequently male-charged. Matter attracts; this force is called gravity. Adam animates the body. Soul and body form an inseparable unity until the body’s physical death separates them.

Adam and Eve, the serpent, the apple, the trees and rivers in paradise, and the ban from it is a purely spiritual instruction intended primarily for spiritual adepts.

It tells that from the beginning of time, form, physical life, and matter have been and still are the source of all illusion. The positive and negative attract each other, and the Soul of man is no longer pure through the illusion of form. The challenge for the spiritual adept is to resist the temptation to judge the outer dualistic world and to become detached from the form within. Turn the focus inwards, learn to trust the inner intuitive senses, and focus on energetic balance and unity.

One can only walk the Path intuitively.


The Gestalt of the Soul

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts is a “Gestalt” definition of a composite entity that functions as ONE (Gestalt).

Lao Tzu describes it in Tao Te Ching 11 like this:

“Thirty spokes join in one hub
In its emptiness, there is the function of a vehicle
Mix clay to create a container
In its emptiness, there is the function of a container
Cut open doors and windows to create a room
In its emptiness, there is the function of a room
Therefore, that which exists is used to create benefit
That which is empty is used to create functionality.”

One overlooks the function because one falls for the “form,” the primary illusion. You can call this spiritual poverty.

The Gestalt of the Soul

The Soul has no form; therefore, one is unaware of it. The function of the Soul is all-encompassing, and it makes us live and move on all levels of existence. Without the Soul, there is no function.


“The Gestalt of the group Soul is world encompassing
Walk the Path of the Soul with like-minded people,
detach yourself from the world
In the created emptiness, there is the function of all-encompassing resonance, Soul Consciousness.”



Inner Revolution to Radical Compassion

In the Gospel of Thomas, Jesus gives sayings about the Path; some seem repeated, emphasizing them.

55 Jesus said, “Whoever does not hate father and mother cannot be my disciple, and whoever does not hate brothers and sisters, and carry the cross as I do, will not be worthy of me.”


101 “Whoever does not hate father and mother, as I do, cannot be my disciple, and whoever does not love father and mother as I do cannot be my disciple. For my mother gave me a physical body that leads to death, but my true mother gave me life.”

The Path calls for an inner revolution to radical compassion for the inner and intuitive world. Herein lies the real life, but also the entrance to the Path. The Path lies in a ‘reality’ beyond the world, and only through radical compassion can you get here. In other words, one can be compassionate about the outer OR inner world; there is no compromise. The Path is an act of radical compassion for humanity, including yourself.

Jesus takes babies as an example of access to the Path (the Father’s kingdom) and instructs that one can only understand intuitively:

22 Jesus saw some babies nursing. He told his disciples, “These nursing babies are like those who enter the (Father’s) kingdom.” They said to him, “Then shall we enter the (Father’s) kingdom as babies?”
Jesus said to them, “When you make the two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer and the outer like the inner, and the upper like the lower, and when you make male and female into a single one so that the male will not be male nor the female be female when you make eyes in place of an eye, a hand in place of a hand, a foot in place of a foot, an image in place of an image, then you will enter the Path (the kingdom of the 6th field of consciousness).”