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  • Cause and Effect

    Cause and Effect


    Many people to date have assumed the existence of the phenomenon of “Cause and Effect”, but without being able to grasp its underlying working they have mostly been unable to be convinced that it absolutely exists in every circumstance, without fail or exception.

     The grasping of the underlying working that relates all effects to particular causes, in a manner that can be logically followed, requires that the one who desires this understanding becomes more familiar with the working that brings to him his own fate.


    In other words, he has to become aware, through direct experiencing, of the relationship between the conditions that form for him to experience and what issues from him in the form of his inner attitude, his thoughts, words and actions. Only that individual, who seeks this clarification and deeper understanding, can himself discover, along his own path of personal experiencing, the strict and unbreakable link between cause and effect. This is so because only he can experience the beginning as well as the end, in a complete and unbroken manner, in order then to make the necessary connections.


    For the human spirit, which is the animating core of man, the beginning of the process is his inner attitude, which forms the foundation for his thinking (carried out with his frontal brain), which precedes his words or his speaking, as well as his physically visible actions. Paying more attention to what comes up from within him can, therefore, allow him to see connections between his actions and his fate, that is, what comes to him for his experiencing; either inside of him (psychically) or in his physical environment. 

     The capacity to make these necessary connections has been increasingly lost to mankind, due to their desiring of mainly that which they can see and examine with their physical senses and tools.  This mainly physical desiring, be it in the context of resource gathering, or love, or happiness, or any other context, has meant that their inner attitudes have been mostly inclined towards what is earthly and physical. This simultaneously and automatically manifests as a desire for the physical and earthly, in all that they seek to pursue and to understand, also with regards to the scope of their perceptive capacity.


    This means that with the narrow focus on the physically tangible and the earthly, man can only see so far and so deeply.  A person in this state cannot see the beginning that leads to what then comes to him as his fate or the condition he is obliged to live through. He cannot make a connection between “Cause” and “Effect” in his life, in spite of his seeing this phenomenon play out in the happenings around him, also in Nature, which he is able to follow from the beginning to the end as an objective observer.

     But only the conviction that comes from seeing, and thus experiencing this happening also in his own life, can allow him to steadfastly plant good seeds with his thinking speaking and acting, in spite of pressures that might push him to do otherwise. Only the person who can consistently plant such seeds as lead to his spiritual growth would grow to see those beneficial fruits that man is supposed to bring to bear also in his material surroundings. 


    And because the phenomenon of “Cause and Effect” never ends, there would never be an end to the discoveries that he would make in the course of his own expansion and growth, whilst on earth and also after he has left it.

     Contemplating this issue is very difficult for the man or woman of today because we have, over several millennia, formed for ourselves a world in which the desiring for true knowledge is discouraged. In this world, the desire for what is superficial is promoted and is supported by the mindset, structures and institutions that this desiring has led to as its fruit. And since the yield is always much more than the planted seed, mankind have become overrun by and entrapped within the narrow world of their own making.

     This narrow world also has very rigid walls, making the sounding of alarms on the outside of it imperceptible to many within it. In this state the nourishment that is meant for the spirit of man, which does the actual experiencing and living, has been cut off, because the spirit requires for its nourishment, growth and expansion the recognitions of lawful truths. Lawful truths are revealed in every single happening and would be recognised as soon as the earnest desire for it awakens within the onlooker, and he presses forward accordingly.


    The currents of energy that come to the spirit when it makes these recognitions, bring about the simultaneous expansion of the spirit of man, as well as the transformation or enhancement of its environment. This transformation also includes the expansion of the environment in question and the enhancement of its permeability to light radiations; that is, to clearer recognitions of the way things actually come together in the Universe.

     With the clearer recognitions the ones concerned also apply the received currents in new ways that further the blossoming of their smaller and greater surroundings, as an expression of the joy that they then possess, and gratitude to the One that has sent the possibility.


    “What is Energy? A Call to the Spiritual Core of Man” goes deeper in its description of the currents of energy that govern and uphold Creation or the Universe. It seeks to alert the reader or listener to his (her) ability to draw these currents in the course of his living and being, his sowing (planting) and reaping, and the inherent responsibility to use or direct these currents well.

     The author hopes to convey to the reader or listener, through the depth and expanse of the details revealed in this work, that there now exists on earth complete and gapless explanations about the workings in the Universe or Creation. It would then be up to the willing listener or reader of “What is Energy? A Call to the Spiritual Core of Man” to follow up on what is revealed therein, for his own obtainment of this now available Help, which made the writing of this work at all possible.

  • Beauty in Life

    Here on earth we experience life in the form of movement. It is the particular movement of a life-form that identifies it as such, as a living member of its species or group. For the manifestation of one single visible-to-the-naked-eye stroke of movement, a variety of invisible ones has to take place. The nature of these movements determines what eventually manifests and becomes visible. In the course of the various movements, particular similarly vibrating units come together to produce particular forms, which agree in different ways with the individual natures of the movements of the individual component parts. Once the vibration or nature of movement changes, the kind of form produced as a result also changes. Through this phenomenon we are able to identify taste, look, colour, temperature, texture, etc. in the different substances that we come across in our earthly environments. The movements within and around these substances add to the fabric of our experiencing in our environments, and we can consider the effects of these movements to be pleasing and favourable or unfavourable and off-putting.


    Of all the experiences of the comings together of the different vibrations that characterise the various forms that we encounter here on earth, that which we call Nature comes up with what we often consider to be the best in the presentation of combinations of movements or vibrations. We are awed by the variety and constitutions of the species in Nature and how their effects weave in and dovetail with one another in a manner that is splendid and intricate, as well as logical in its simple explainable relatedness. These effects of the natural environment and the creatures alive and at work in them leave us wide-eyed and marvelling, often as we nod in agreement and in recognition of that which appears to us as though it had to be just that way and could not be otherwise … and yet appears great and unexpected, fresh and refreshing – livening. This experience in Nature arouses a good feeling in us because it brings about certain movements within us that resonate with the nature of the combinations of vibrations at work in such natural settings. These movements and combinations of vibrations that feel and look good - beautiful, follow the same natural laws as we regularly discern in our sciences and daily experiences. These are the Laws of Nature that form the basis of all the movements of all the species of the natural world around us.


    The movement according to these laws by the different creatures involved alone brings about that which could have such an effect on man. Only such lawful movements, carried out albeit unconsciously by the different creatures involved, could lead to the intersections in colours, sounds, smells, textures, behaviours and developments, in such harmonious and logical a process as can be seen and experienced in Nature, where all natural outcomes lead ultimately to what is good and beneficial.


    Man, too, is able to bring about works that could have these kinds of effects on his surroundings. He could achieve this by striving to walk in step with the movements of the Laws that he recognises in Nature. In this process he cannot know the exact form the outcome would take, but he would only be certain that it would dovetail in nicely with everything else and must have a beneficial effect in spite of its differing from what might appear good according to his old and wrong pictures. His desire for refreshing and livening beauty would lead him to the recognition of how his species should move if it wishes to harmonize with that which makes Nature so awe-inspiring. Each of these recognitions gives him joy because he feels the vibration of that which he recognises. His perception of it is at the same time a harmonizing with it. A falling in line with a vibrating string that at the same time speaks to him convincingly of truth, justice, love, logic (purity) … of perfection. His reaction to it is joy and gratitude, which cannot be separated in the experiencing of man. He gives off gratitude in the form of an erupting and spontaneous release of joy, as only a particular kind of vibration can set free through a human spirit.


    And since that which he recognizes at the cores of the happenings around him allows him to know of the Will of God, since such movements manifest only the Will of God, the erupting joy is his reaction or response to the Will of God. The joy that comes from him returns to the origin of that which gave the impulse for the vibration which we know as joy. This joy is his expression of his gratitude. At the time of his perception of this feeling of joy he thinks of its origin, even if not consciously. For one only truly expresses thanks when at the moment he is thinking well of the one whom he is thanking, as even the similarities in the words (think, thank) express.


    With the sending forth of a ray (the most powerful kind of ray, P-ray, Prayer) from the recognizing spirit towards the Height from which the Will descends, he expresses the desire for a connection with that Origin. Automatically, he receives in return the fruit of his desiring, which comes in cases like this in the form of opportunities to see and recognize more of this Will, for this alone allows him further opportunities of connecting with the Origin of that which is recognized – the working of the Will of God. And since this Will is inseparable from beauty in the various ways that beauty can be experienced, one who has become able to see in the individual moments of the hours of his days on earth, the workings of the Will of God, also sees and experiences beauty and joy in the moments of the hours of his days. The effects of his experiences would help those around him to benefit from his contributions to the fabric of their own experiences.   

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