Our way of learning is changing along with everything else in the world.
We used to learn by listening to others. Now we’re being encouraged to learn by listening to ourselves, the inner, still, small voice, our heart, our inner guide, our conscience – our learning is now beginning to come from inside.
This reflects the fact that we’re unfolding, expanding, and emerging. But I’d like to look at the matter more closely to see if we can be as clear as possible about this process and this change.
When I’m in bliss, I get to watch the processes of bliss. For instance, one process is that bliss eradicates, for the moment, worry, hope and fear. It eradicates memories of past injustices. It leaves a person in a space where nothing else but bliss is wanted or felt to be needed.
The space of bliss itself becomes the teacher and that space is internal.
Sri Krishna said: “When the whole country is flooded, the reservoir becomes superfluous. So, to the illumined seer, the Vedas are all superfluous.” (1)
Well, I’m not illumined, but I can say that, when the being is filled with bliss, the Vedas become superfluous. Why do I need to read a book when my own internal space is telling me what I need to know?
Many of our channeled messages have been pointing to this eventuality happening. Here’s Sanat Kumara through Tazjima. What he says about conscious creation could be said about things in general:
“There is much to learn about the process of conscious creation, but this you will accomplish and largely without the outer teachers, books and classes. The lessons you will learn will come to you through your heart connection with your guides, with your Higher Self and those multidimensional parts of your Soul that exist in many times and places.” (2)
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The Sirians through Tazjima describe what’s available to us from our inner store of wisdom:
“This is a time of power when you can most strongly connect with your internal wisdom, the great library of knowledge available through soul connection and through listening to your own body.
“Your bodies are living libraries of light, encoded into the facets of your DNA, the portions that are just now beginning to come online.” (3)
If we can just gain a foothold in the inner ocean of love, then we can begin to examine the space of love. Then the real learning begins. Then our lives become a workshop, a laboratory, and our explorations accelerate our learning, which in turn accelerates our unfoldment, expansion and emergence.
The situation becomes as Sri Shankara described after the first enlightenment, the vision of the Atman, Self or Christ:
“Once we become conscious, even dimly, of the Atman, the Reality within us, the world takes on a very different aspect. It is no longer a court of justice but a kind of gymnasium.
“Good and evil, pain and pleasure, still exist, but they seem more like the ropes and vaulting-horses and parallel bars which can be used to make our bodies strong. Maya [the material world, illusion] is no longer an endlessly revolving wheel of pain and pleasure but a ladder which can be climbed to consciousness of the Reality.
“From this standpoint, fortune and misfortune are both ‘mercies’ — that is to say, opportunities. Every experience offers us the chance of making a constructive reaction to it — a reaction which helps to break some chain of our bondage to Maya and bring us that much nearer to spiritual freedom.” (4)
That distinctly aligns with my experience. When in bliss, everything I meet is an opportunity to uplift and make whole again. Only in wholeness can bliss be experiened (hence all our clearing).
Apparently, the angels have in hand when to feed us more bliss, when to awaken us more, etc. The Sirians through Tazjima tell us:
“When the time is right, you will awaken, first gradually and then more quickly to become fully conscious of the various layers in which you already experience life. You will be amazed to realize that you are quite an extraordinary focus of the ALL THAT IS.” (5)
All it takes is one experience of bliss to show how accurate what the Sirians say is.
First we enter into the ocean of transformative love perhaps for a fleeting moment. Then we begin to master how to cause love to arise from our hearts out into the world. Then we experience more and more extended periods of being in that ocean. And all the time, we’re watching, exploring, and making distinctions that further accelerate the process.
And as we do this, we move further and further away from needing or wanting external teachers.
We won’t need the inspiration of external writers and presenters then because we’ll be tasting and enjoying the inner banquet of love and once that happens we have a surer and more reliable guide than any external source.
(1) Sri Krishna in Swami Prabhavananda and Christopher Isherwood, trans., Bhagavad-Gita. The Song of God. New York and Scarborough: New American Library, 1972; c1944, 40.
(2) “Sanat Kumara: Go Gently into that Good Light,” channeled through Tazjima, October 3, 2013 at http://bluedragonjournal.com.
(3) “The Sirians: In One Door and Out Another,” channeled by Eliza Ayres (aka Tazjima Amariah Kumara), December 12, 2013 at bluedragonjournal.com.
(4) Shankara in Swami Prabhavananda and Christopher lsherwood, Shankara’s Crest-Jewel of Discrimination. Hollywood: Vedanta Press, 1975; c1947, 24.
(5) “The Sirians,” ibid.