The Blooming Flower: Building vs. Creating; Mechanizing conversations with the Master vs. Allowing them to unfold
To archive from a Keahak post on January 5, 2018...
For me, a major part of this embodied enlightenment experience is about surrendering the perceived human control mechanisms and to stepping into divine unfolding of the all that is (me).
Like Tobias said so many years ago, you will want to have both human free will and divine will, but you cannot have both. Just a few short months ago, I felt the last of my perceived human free will dissolve into the Self, the Universe of Me, my body of consciousness.
For me, the space of divine will is the space of creation from no-thing - the Ahmyo life of not being beholden to anyone or anything or even energy. In this space you do not need materials to create. It is the difference between building something with energy and creating in soul expression.
Stick with me for a short story, if you will...
When I was pondering no energy creation (not new energy creation, no energy creation) laying in bed one night, I saw creation as a blooming flower. The seed begins to sprout and the petals unfold one at a time until the flower can no longer hold itself constricted and simply bursts open in bloom.
Adamus in the last keahak brought up talking with the master. It is something I have written about and when I had clients, it was something I taught to hundreds of people.
In the space of divine will, I no longer need to have a "new energy" business to do this. I no longer need a business. At all.
These master - human conversations are also something Adamus introduced a long time ago in the book, Act of Consciousness.
I must say I was compassionately surprised people where not already talking to their master selves or inhabiting them in the body of consciousness since he has spoken so much about it.
I also have a huge compassion for Adamus being so lovingly committed to repeating himself until we all get it. Wow and thank you.
This conversation between the human and the master is so beneficial. However, there is a caveat. What I see with having to mechanize conversations with the human and soul is that it can go two ways or both ways.
It can coax the flower into blooming. It can be the water to the soil and the sun in the sky that supports this divine unfolding. If you allow it to be so.
Yet, if it becomes too mental, too forced - as I have seen in my previous client work for many years - it can be like trying to glue the petals onto the flower mechanically, without allowing it to simply bloom. The application of the materials is always up to the listener, the student, the sovereign. Yet, something to ponder in creations as well.
With compassion and from behind the short wall as I no longer take client work and can really remove myself, I see "masters" trying to build things instead of create things (through soul expression and for soul experience) in the same way.
These "creators" (who are really excellent builders instead) raise funds to buy petals and glue. They say their soul's desire is to have these funds to buy the petals and glue that is needed to create the flower. Really this form of "creation" is the human's way.
It's a conscious creation they say - one they are raising money for. Indeed, they are aware they are creating a flower, but it's fake. It's not really a flower, it's an illusion of a flower.
It is the "master" who still exists within the veils of duality and the idea that energy is needed to create. What does the master creator look like outside of duality, gravity, linear time and space and without needing building materials to manifest. What is the difference between manifestation and creation?
In no energy creation, you take a seed, one that you found while strolling peacefully on a walk. You plant it into the ground and say if it blooms that will be nice, if it doesn't, that will be nice, too. There is no attachment, no begging of the master, no needing to create a fundraiser for your creation.
If it's the divine will of the I AM, to express itself in this blooming flower, the seed will begin to sprout. Each day it will grow a little taller.
As it grows, the master does not feel attached to the outcome at all. It does not listen to or allow the begging and pleading of the human: "If I just had this flower, I will be whole. Please master make this flower bloom."
That's not how it works, and eventually the human surrenders its perceived control to the "All that is" within themSelves. The perceived human control does not even try anymore, It has found its peace in union with the I AM.
One petal in the bud will open under the glowing sun. The master may go on a long hike, gone for weeks, and then walking back down the path the master is surprised to find a fully bloomed rose bush to enjoy. He or she will say: "I had forgotten all about the seed I planted. What a wonderful surprise!"
The master laughs at the beautiful creative expression of Self - one he or she completely forgot about in the state of Being Enlightenment - and then sits down to enjoy his or her creation until it returns, disintegrates back into the soil from which it came.
There is no need anymore to continue to build things. To raise money or charge clients for money to buy the petals and glue for your flowers. In the state of being - which I define as perpetual becoming - something dynamic and not static - the flower simply blooms if it is the will of the I AM. If it doesn't, the master continues BEING enlightenment. And it is a wonderful space to be in with no identity attachments being a conscious creator, who is nothing more than a more sophisticated builder than their fellow humans.
Divine Will is the no energy creation is the ahmyo life is the ONE master and human, speaking with ONE voice.
Lauren Hutton (Sar'h) writes adventure novels and short stories about the embodied enlightenment experience. She fancies herself a humanizing divinity journalist and DJ, and shares that work joyously on this page.