Anni asked some questions about Molecular Relationship for a lecture series she is participating in, so I thought I would share the answers here.
1. Chapter 1 (page 1 when printed) you write: "In order for the ONE to manifest, It had to become the MANY. To manifest, the ONE Decision reflected Itself from the Prime Cause. Because the Prime Cause is infinite, the reflection was infinite; and infinite points of Decision filled and created all space...."
Later in the same chapter - right before the picture of the circular ball (page 5 when printed) you say: "In actuality, before the first wavelength there was no space or time for space and time are created out of the wavelengths. Because there was no space or time there was no direction. Therefore, the first wavelength had to go all directions at once through all the infinite reflections: up, down, front, back and sideways...."
My question: But did not the reflections CREATE space as you said first? Or is it because "time" has not been created yet that this seems contradictory?
First I have a correction on my wording. Where the word "infinite" is used it should be worded "unlimited," to be technically correct.
When the unlimited reflection occurred innumerable points of creation were mapped out in the imagination of God (for want of a better word) and these points began to vibrate together creating the first great wavelength which was one wavelength composed of innumerable points - thus the one life and the many.
The higher planes still have points of life in a type of vibration, but because of the oneness and connectedness there is not form or time as we understand the term. This term is also used by DK. He hints at the idea that time exists in the higher planes, but not as we understand it.
It helps to realize that our entire seven planes make up the higher physical plane called the cosmic physical. In the cosmic physical there would be time and space. Thus even our higher four planes where time and space do not exist, as we understand the term, form a part of the time and space of the cosmic physical.
To say that there is no time and space in the higher realms is not exactly correct, for the lower is a reflection of that which is higher. The higher is just a different version of that which is lower.
DK talks about the point of nothingness, or pralaya, that many have discussed on the list and says this about it: "From the higher vision, that sees the subtler continuously overshadowing the dense when not in objective manifestation, pralaya is simply subjectivity, and is not that which is not, but simply that which is esoteric."
The higher realms and formless worlds are esoteric to us now, but shall not be when we are there.
2. Chapter 1 (page 2 when printed) you write: "At the same non time that Purpose was created the vibration of Light and Love was manifest within the originating wavelength. Light and Love and Purpose exist for eternity beyond time in the Eternal Now." Chapter 2 (page 1 when printed) you say: "We shall pay particular attention to Light and Love, for they are the root cause of the great illusion that separates, or appears to separate, man from God. Both Light and Love have beginning and ending points and all things with a beginning and an end are illusion. However, they are from an eternal source; thus, they manifest periodically for all eternity, but such manifestation always has a beginning and an end, and is therefore illusionary..."
My question: How can Love and Light have beginnings and endings if they were created before time? When were time and space created? Not until the wavelength of Purpose vibrated on the Buddhic plane and created time and space on the mental plane? Or?
Just as the eternal part of you is the idea of you in the mind of God, even so the eternal part of light and love are the idea of them within God. Before there is form as we recognize it there are wavelengths existing in worlds of formless (from our point of view) vibration. Wherever there is vibration there are wavelengths, and where there are wavelengths there are Trinities. There is the top of the wavelength, the bottom, and the point at the center symbolized by Light and Love and Purpose.
Form, as we understand it, is not created until various wavelengths gather into groups and circle and spiral around each other. Imperfect circles in motion thus create form, space and time as we understand them.
The creation of form, space and time is an extension of Purpose, Light and Love. Yet everywhere that the wavelengths manifest, they manifest a very real illusion for the purpose of experience. Even the wavelength that manifests light and love is withdrawn into Purpose periodically, but as DK says it is "not that which is not, but that which is simply esoteric."
It is difficult for us to clarify with our consciousness that which is outside of our consciousness.
3. Chapter 2 (close to the end) you write: "All things that are manifest are created by male and female energies and all these energies are united in form through the process of marriage, or union. Marriage is motivated through Purpose and gradually guides all male and female energies away from duality and separateness toward unity and oneness. Relationship, marriage or the union of male and female energies, leads all life forms back to their Source."
My question: Always? I can understand that this is happening during the evolution and in this way always, because evolution always follows involution. But isn't there an involution? A time when separateness gets bigger - like the waves getting bigger?
The interplay of male and female energies (or the light and love parts of the wavelength) takes place during both involution and evolution. The main difference during involution is the interplay goes out of balance, and during evolution they head back toward balance. In the process of this journey a new wavelength is created by the spiral movement of the point going in and out of experience. This lays the foundation for new creation.
I've been very busy. Will try and write more tonight.
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