Tags: Divine Feminine, Gnostics, History Enlightened, John Noyce, Literature, Pure Divine Knowledge, Spirit
This volume examines the ways in which a feminine Divine figure, described variously as the Goddess, Sophia and the Divine (or Eternal) Feminine, has manifested Herself throughout history to guide and encourage those who worship Her. Descriptions of these visitations – described in the present work as ‘visions’ – have been found in a wide range of written accounts including materials not traditionally regarded as ‘religious’, such as philosophy, literature, and those areas of study – alchemy, astrology, theosophy, and various magical traditions – known as Western Esotericism. Chapter 1: Sophia and feminine Wisdom: from Proverbs to Suso. Chapter 2: From Boehme to Goethe: visions of Sophia in early modern Europe. Chapter 3: Sophia and the Russian mystical tradition. Chapter 4: Prophetic visions of the Divine Feminine in 19th/20th century Europe.
John Noyce, ‘The Wisdom Tradition’
Tags: All-Pervading Power, Ascent, Atma, Chakras, Channels, Collective Consciousness, Divine Vibrations, Enlightenment, God, Holy Spirit, Human Consciousness, Individual Consciousness, Integration, Kundalini, Paramatma, Reality, Sahasrara, Universal Consciousness
In the sahasrara, the whole instrument is integrated. Each chakra has its place here. Only now do we go beyond the relative, above the three gunas (channels), and into the absolute realisation of heaven on earth. This is a country far beyond our wildest imaginings, so much more than our words can even seek to imply, our ultimate destination, stretching out forever.
When Kundalini reaches Sahasrara the lotus petals open and enlightenment (samadhi) takes place. You may feel a powerful pulsation in the crown of the head, followed by a melting sensation and a flow of cool vibrations from the fontanele bone area. This is the baptism by which you know you are truly born again.
Vibratory awareness begins now. As Kundalini unites our individual consciousness to the universal, the atma to the paramatma, we are suddenly tuned in to the universal wavelength of vibrations. These vibrations Pervade the cosmos, but before realisation, while we are still in the egg, we know nothing of them. When Kundalini breaks the shell, we emerge into God’s kingdom, the collective unconscious, and we are singing the song of the unconscious, with the vibrations playing through the divine musical instrument which we have become.
As human awareness is united to the divine, we move into the subtlest level of communication, into collective consciousness. In becoming vessels for that universal power we become one with all the other vessels. We learn to appreciate the real depth and beauty of another person in vibrations. The beauty of art and nature now manifests itself as vibrations. We no longer judge on opinions, but on vibrations. Just ask the question and a positive answer comes as a flow of cool vibrations. Sit as for meditation and ask the vibrations. It is conversation at its most sublime.
Tags: Leo Tolstoy, Love, Self, Spirit, Spiritual Writings
“The only way to be happy is to love, to love self-denyingly,
to love everybody and everything;
to throw out from oneself on all sides, like a spider,
an adhesive web of love to catch in it all that comes:
an old woman, a child, a peasant, or a policeman.”
Leo Tolstoy (1828 – 1910), the author of such classics as
War and Peace and Anna Karenina