Death and dissolution
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Inner feminine withdrawal/separation
The ninth step in the
creative/creation process is stated as: death and dissolution
into component parts [inner feminine withdrawal/separation]
Death in the
creative/creation process is not what we think it is and how
most of us experience death.
Energy can neither be created or destroyed, only transformed. In any
one moment all the energy of Creation is either in form or flowing
into form. To create something new, something old must be transform.
Something old must cease to exist. That is
Death is only the dissolving of the old form into the basic
materials of creation to be recast into a new creation.
Death is the full
dissipation of a flow of energy. It many ways it is like a river
flowing from the mountains to the sea. When it reaches the sea, the
form and the energy of the river is lost and water of the river
dissipate into the sea. It may take a little time for the waters of
the river to actually mix with the sea and totally dissolves and
dissipates into the sea. But once the river has reached the sea, it
can be said the river meets it death.
Death is the completed return or a full cycle of the
ebb and flow of energy. It is the full cycle of separation and
return to wholeness. It is
annihilation of the creation and that from which the creation
arose. Death is the final
joining of the masculine and feminine aspects of creation such
feminine pair which gave rise to the flow of energy cease to
exist. In this regard, any joining of the masculine and feminine
will result in a death of some type.
Death is a liberation. It liberates the materials of creation to
make them available for the next creation. In this sense death is
orgasmic. The freed energy will create a “rush” of energy. There
will be a feeling of expansion in the death as the energy becomes
freed. Death can be experienced as the
dark night of the soul as we hold onto that which dies. Or, it
can be experienced as the
Kundalini rising to give life.
How ever we look at it, there must be a
for life to arise. If we postpone death in some way, are only
preventing a new life from arises. There is no death as many of us
conceive it and how we think of it. Many of us see death as the end
and fail to see it is only the transformation into a new life. The
form of the materials may change but their essence does not.
As a human our essences is the energy and awareness which gives rise
to the body. It is not the body. That which is us is like the
minimum flow of energy which gives rise to the creation of a
particle and antiparticle in
pair production. It is not lost when the
particles are annihilated. That energy still exist. Only its
form changes. Our essence is the awareness which observes. It cannot
not exist. It was and will always by. It may go to
sleep and become unaware of itself. But it nevertheless always
was and always will be. There is no
There is only the transformation of one form into another.
Death, experienced as the ceasing of something to exist, exists
only because of the perspective we hold. If we look at the life of
any creation there is it birth, it preservation and then its death
followed by a quietness or not existence. But this perspective is to
creative/creation process from either within the eyes of the
creation and/or within the world of the creation. There are
multiple perspectives available. Form other perspectives we can
seen that within the perceived quietness there is also a birth, a
preservation and death in the unseen world.
In the unseen world beyond the world of death there is life.
Death exist only in relation to an expressed creation. In
actually there is an ongoing, never ending, cycle of birth,
preservation, death, dissolution and rebirth. We can look the “Making
music analogy for the creative/creation process” and look at the
quiet between the notes as the death of the note. Yet, there is
movement in the unseen to make the next note.
What is important in
is the dissolution of the existing form. Without the dissolution and
dissolving of the existing, the new cannot come into existence.
Creation, and the natural processes of creation, do a pretty good
job of dissolving the past so that it can be recast into the new.
Without the interference of consciousness choosing something new,
the naturally ebb and flow of energy will recycle the current form
into a new form as the energy of creation flows in and out.
What is important is how our
consciousness interjects itself into the process. Any single
flow of energy can be expressed in a infinite number of ways.
Creation at any level of being forms, or comes into existence, by
directing a flow of energy based on how and what we think and
believe. What is important is whether or not we allow the energy
giving rise to any one experience we have to totally and adequately
dissipate to be available for the next. We are the creator of the
experience we have. We will experience the
creative/creation process unique to ourselves for it is what is
giving rise to the experiences we have. It doesn’t matter what
others do. It is us who are determining what we are experiencing and
we do it by how and where we
bind, block or otherwise not let our creative life energy to freely
What ever view we choose to take to view
creation/Creation, we have experience after experience
encountering our world. We define ourselves by those experiences. We
creative living process continually redefining ourselves by our
experiences. Some experiences reinforce the identity we have. Other
experiences for us to change who and what we think we are.
Nevertheless, we are constantly open to change in moment. The
question is how big a change do we make in any one moment.
Death happen around us not to us. We are the awareness which
looks out from within. We are not the identity we give to the
awareness. Look all that has fallen from our life. It is the same at
every level of being. What we don’t realize is we are
multidimensional beings and we do this at a variety of levels
and each level produces a different experience in the process.
Physical death is only one space of the dying process. There are an
infinite number of levels of constantly dying and coming alive. We
localized our consciousness in the physical expression of our
being in our body. Yet there is an infinite number of other
dimensions in which we can localize.
Consider the myriad of different roles we play in life. We claim the
identity of those roles and die to the experiences in those role
allowing, or not allowing, the experience of those roles to dissolve
or not dissolves from our memory. We follow this cycle of life and
whenever we have an experience of any aspect of creation. We have
these experiences every day when we awake and go to sleep. It is not
different when we are born and die. It is just a different level of
Our problem is we frequently attach ourselves to fragments of the
experience so we usually never complete dissolve the previous
experience. We hold these fragments in our mind as our memory. We
hold them for so long we identify with them and the become part of
ego structure. Memory and identification with the memories is
what create the ego and the ego is false.
ego is what is afraid to die. The awareness that is us not
for it knows it cannot die. It simply slips into a new identity. Yet
we tend to be afraid of anything new which may destroy the ego. It
trying to protect ourselves from our a perceived death, we
fractionate our energy and slowly give our power away to the past
memories or to external attachments.
When we die to an experience the energy of the experience dissolves
and dissipates. When the energy of the experience dissipates, we can
of the experience. The memory of the experience will always remain.
Some of those memories we use to define ourselves. Others we just
hold. The question is whether or not we keep energy bound in the
experience. By keeping energy in the experience we hold ourselves
bound to the past. The energy is no longer free to flow into a new
creation. Rather than flowing into the sea the bound energy
continually seeds the energy we free in our life to crystalize or
form into a new creation that is based or patterned on the past. How
much we create that is truly new and how much of it is only a repeat
from the past determines how much energy we allow to be bound in the
memories we hold. It is here that the seeds of heaven and hell
If we are in heaven, our
creative life energy is free and it is available to create
whatever we desire. If we are in hell, we cannot free our energy and
we are stuck in the past. We have little freedom to create something
new. Yet, hell is only
a cage of our own making. No one holds us to the past but
ourselves. We hold the key to our own freedom or imprisonment. No
one can unlock the door to our cage but ourselves. Each
gives us the opportunity to let go and become free.
giving us the opportunity to let go and become free is why so many
perceive heaven to be something that occurs after life. Many see the
need to transcend and/or leave the physical to become free and/or to
find heaven. But heaven, as is hell, is here an now. It is simply
matter of allowing our creative life energy to be free or bound in
the memories we hold and the experiences we have. It is a matter of
how we have or have not defines ourselves in the experience we have.
True freedom and freedom from the experience of
is to become like the wind, coning with noting and leaving with
nothing. There will always be change and there will always be the
transformation of energy from one form into another. But the
experience of death is only the view we get from the perception we
hold - namely from looking from the perspective of the creation or
from the world of the creation.
Death at any level is important because it is a stripping away
that which is not of the essence at that level. It gives us an
opportunity to become free. When we die to any experience, there are
things that remain uncompleted or incomplete such a unfulfilled
desires and aspects of relationships with people that are still
drawing our energy. Any item that would
bind our energy to the past on the death of any experience are
the items that need to be completed. If we physically died right
now, the question is, “What things would remain uncompleted or
incomplete in our life - do we know what they are and are we making
any attempt to complete them?”.
We can look at completion with something or someone as being a state
where the energy around or involved in creating the experience is
totally dissipated. If we have energy still bound in an experience
in any way, there is something or some aspect which remains
incomplete. These must be completed if we are going to free our
creative life energy.
Normally our energy is attached to something incomplete in one four
ways. One is through our desires and wants. There are things we want
and desired that have not been fulfilled. The second is our refusal
to deal with an issue. There are aspects to our being such as
certain protective habits of the past that do not allow us to fully
express one or more aspect of our being. The third is binding our
energy to a memory in any way and not let go. It could be something
we resent or cherish in what we experienced. It doesn’t matter how
we bind our energy. What matters is our energy is bound. The fourth
way is a little more subtle. Any experience to which we have a
relatively strong attachment and we have not experienced the all the
aspects of the attachment. This is a desire that has been met but
not all the way. It is incomplete not meet because of us facing
habits of the past. It is not that we are trying to avoid some
aspect of the experience or simply want the thrill or enjoyment of
the experience. It is simply the experience was not fully had for
one reason or another.
In all cases, it is us who remains uncompleted. The object of our
focus is only the external manifestation of the internal condition.
We need to determine how we are going to address what is in complete
in way that does not deny ourselves and further bind our creative
life energy. The biggest completion issue we have in our lives is
revolves around the question, “Are you having
the experiences we incarnated to have or are we living our life
other than what we incarnated to experience?”
Related and influencing
withdrawal/separation (Top): As discussed in the creative/creation
Energy Generation Step, energy generation is about the
arrangement and movement of objects in relationship to each other.
What this means is that each creation unfolds with a given initial
amount of energy which flows toward some
ground point where it is dissipated. Natural death occurs when
all the energy is dissipated. The energy that is flowing to sustain
the creation to dissipation is the
inner feminine creative aspect of being. The dissipation of the
energy and subsequent death can be seen as the withdrawal of the
feminine and the feminine becomes totally separated from the
creation. What is interesting to note is that if the feminine which
is supplying the source of energy to sustain the creation is
withdrawn for whatever reason before all the energy is dissipated,
part of, if not the creation itself will die. Here again, it is
important that the
inner masculine is available to create and protect a
safe and secure space for the inner feminine to nurture the
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