The Third Element

As the process of Divinity has unfolded, it’s become clear there is a third element in play. Alertness and Liveliness have been discussed as the core elements of Divinity that give rise to consciousness and thus all experience and form. But just as the dynamics of consciousness unfold the process of experience itself, so too does Divinity reveal a third element.

The best word I could come up with is intelligence. In consciousness, this is the devata value, that which structures form and phenomena, and the sense of unfolding experience we call time. In the second stage of Divinity it is the profound networking of self-knowing sutras of Shakti.

As usual, this was obvious once it “landed.”

Much as with the chakras (as above, so below), I expect this structure of alertness, intelligence, and liveliness to be mirrored in the upper stages. In The Power and The Glory, we saw alertness as a key factor in the first stage of ParaBrahman, the profound self-networking of Shakti’s in the 2nd, and the liveliness / power in the third. The heart and fulcrum expresses them together, then the 5th will express liveliness again in a higher way, the 6th intelligence, and the 7th alertness.

The Seven Stages are holding up but I’ll be updating the words a bit in time.
Davidya

 
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3 Responses to The Third Element

  1. Jim says:

    Thank you, David. Some comments, interspersed with your quoted words for context, if I may:

    “…The best word I could come up with is intelligence. In consciousness, this is the devata value, that which structures form and phenomena, and the sense of unfolding experience we call time. In the second stage of Divinity it is the profound networking of self-knowing sutras of Shakti.”

    Yes, getting ever closer to fully integrated [Divine] assistance with the human experience; a two way street. 🙂

    “As usual, this was obvious once it “landed.” ”

    Yes, of course. There could not be a matching concept (escapes logic at this point), as discrimination cannot follow unified duality. The mind, discrimination, and reason is lost, only faith and momentum (karma) survive to uncover what is seen.

    “Much as with the chakras (as above, so below), I expect this structure of alertness, intelligence, and liveliness to be mirrored in the upper stages. In The Power and The Glory, we saw alertness as a key factor in the first stage of ParaBrahman, the profound self-networking of Shakti’s in the 2nd, and the liveliness / power in the third. The heart and fulcrum expresses them together, then the 5th will express liveliness again in a higher way, the 6th intelligence, and the 7th alertness.”

    Yes, the beginning union of Krishna and Brahman, then the fullness of Krishna, experienced as further Totality in Brahman, and then expressed as closely to Krishna reality as possible for human form.

    Of course not such discrete steps as symptomatically experienced, more a blending similar to the earlier evolution of consciousness, as you have written.

    I don’t have any info on what that looks like practically, given spacetime and all -lol, though I suspect even more effectiveness comes on line, more ease, relative to the birth and success of even larger positive desires for humankind, though perhaps the Sat Yuga must advance, enrich itself en masse for such further effects to be widely noticed.

    Thanks again for a very interesting post. 🙂

    • Davidya says:

      Thanks, Jim. Interesting comments, especially about Krishna.

      I’m working on an article on one of the things I’m seeing changing in some people and another that takes the contents of this post further with more recent insights.

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