I posted a short video on the aspects of a soular revolution the other day, and in multiple places just to see what kind of response it would get. It’s probably why I lost some more ‘friends’ and that certainly was not surprising. I’m a little too weird for some to comprehend and I’m okay with that, though I attempt to make sense common toward a unifying experience.
A comment about ‘having all the answers’ led to ‘asking better questions’ which led to the assertion that the ‘key’ is to gather and analyze more data, to locate more basic and workable data. That’s all great and makes sense in developing intelligence. What kind of intelligence are we after, though? Do we want it to be actionable?
Here’s the rub… is the data inside or outside? That simple question throws the mind into a quandary. Data, like statistics, can only offer inference or trends based on the ability to ‘read’ it correctly. Do we start with a premise and seek data to support it or analyze data to see if it offers some evidence we may not have seen yet?
The inner/soul experience is quite different from the outer/mental display of data. It is said by some that the inner data produces the outer display, through some mechanism we cannot comprehend yet have noted its probability through a kind of scientific method that looks at repeating patterns/processes instead of distinctly repeatable results.
Analytics and metrics are mechanisms we created to deconstruct and monitor processes so we can determine effectivity, right? Observation of data can only take place with the data that has been collected. Very few analyses of soular activity, let alone a soular revolution, have ever been done, except in the display of ‘spiritual’ texts and/or accounts written by experiencers.
Individual accounts are as varied as snowflakes, yet they are all snowflakes (from the same Source) and offer deeper awareness through observation and questions toward revealing consistent patterns. Synchronicities are patterns indicating deeper connectivity, but who monitors them so profusely as to supply any kind of real data? What kind of life would that one live?
Is workable data akin to a materialist mindset or its antonym, a spiritualist mindset? Are the relative results felt or thought? Are they intuited or injected? If everything is connected, wouldn’t we be able to trust the inner above the outer when responding to questions and supplying ‘data’ for analysis? As we fine-tune our mechanisms and technology, we also fine-tune our awareness and find balance in polarities.
If we are smart, imho, we’ll rely more on natural communication systems, those built into our holistic experiential framework (body/mind/spirit/soul complex as a soular revolution of sorts… spin on the Law of One) and learn how to develop them further. So far we’ve been distracted and jerked around by all kinds of outer circumstances that often are associated with chronic trauma.
Though we may not be aware of the chronic trauma, its subtle and profound affects leave us distanced and disturbed rather than connected and congruent. Those who have recognized the results of chronic trauma begin to heal and lead others to do so. That is the work inner awareness of self and the connection with that point of light inside that links us with the true Giver of Data.
What does it mean to truly be human? Do we have those internal communication networks (body/mind/spirit/soul) or are we putting our faith and trust in outer circumstances and the ‘truth’ told by those we don’t even know and for reasons we do not understand? What kind of choices are best in finding ways to create a world that works for all of us?