…we have the perspective that there is a source of the resources outside of ourselves that can somehow give them or withhold them. This perception is impoverishment and lack of self-sovereignty.
A perspective that holds you back
In working with angels, fairies and other mystical folk, it is often very easy to abandon self-sovereingty by using the wrong perspective. It is the perspective that these beings or resources are somehow separate from you. That they are outside of yourself. They are not. All is contained within.
In the following short piece Almine shares some insight on how this abandonment can take place, by discussing the underlying concept of the 9th Goddess archetype called Meshrut-araveshbavi. This is the goddess of ‘knowing the bounty of limitless supply’. This deeply metaphysical piece is transcribed and edited from a lecture Almine did in the early months of 2012.
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How you become impoverished
Whenever we think of everlasting supply as being a linear conduit -as being something that we receive from outside of ourselves- we are in a position of being impoverished. In other words, we have the perspective that there is a source of the resources outside of ourselves (for example angels), that can somehow give them or withhold them. This perception is impoverishment and lack of self-sovereignty.
Instead, if we can for a moment imagine spaceless space. Space is just an illusory and illusional construct of the mind. It is here today and gone tomorrow. It varies from person to person, and if enough people believe it, then it is maintained for who knows how many eons. But then it moves, and those eons are gone, and they become just a little wrinkle on the face of eternity.
If space is illusory, how do we look at ourself? Are we a body inside a cosmos? No. The cosmos is, in fact, inside our body. The body that we have is one that has no skin. The skin that we imagine ourself to have is made up of memories. Memories that affirm identities provide a skin to our body.
We are just a field. The field is the cosmos; every star is a cell inside our body. And what is more, is that our body is inside the cosmos, but it is also the whole cosmos.
But if we let these memories go, keeping only their inspiration -either to change the present or to inspire the present to even greater excellence of interpreting Infinite, inevitable intent- we find that we have no skin. We are just a field. The field is the cosmos; every star is a cell inside our body. And what is more, is that our body is inside the cosmos, but it is also the whole cosmos.
Now, the cosmos is just another layer of skin, because beyond the cosmic boundaries lies Infinity. But it is not around our bodies – it is the Infinite within. And when there is no skin and there is no space, there is neither within nor without.
Can we just contemplate these unexplainable, undefinable concepts, just for a moment? If we do we will suddenly find that we have reached a point where there is nothing outside of ourselves. There is just ourselves. Each being, be it angel or man or something else, that seems to be out there in your environment – and we say ‘out there’ as just a word to use – is but a layer within your own being. And you are a layer within the Infinite’s Being.
So where then is the need for supply, and the production of supply, possibly able to exist? With the right perspective we become everlasting supply, because it is a meaningless concept, when all that there is – we are.
transcribed from Almine in Walking with the Seer part 2 (currently no longer available)
This is part of the explanation that Almine gives of the Goddess archetype called Meshrut-araveshbavi (in the past also known as Hay-leem-a) in Walking with the Seer. This is the Goddess archetype that knows the bounty of limitless supply. Almine has given a lot of information on these Goddess (and God) archetypes in the past, as you can see by doing a quick search for ‘archetype’ on this blog. All of this information culminates in the third and final ‘Magic of the Gods ceremony’ that can be found in Entering Godhood part 3. That magical ceremony is called ‘Living the Bounty of Pristine Magic’.
- Power of Self-Reliance. This is an hour long presentation on how to have a healthy and balanced inner life from which to live with emotional self-sovereignty
- Powerful allies. An older radio show from the 2008 period wherein Almine explains working with the God and Goddess archetypes
- Lemurian Science of Peace. This book discusses working with the archetypes as well
- Learn more about how to use wheels, sigils and symbols (for example the document given above) in your own ceremony on Almine’s FAQ page.
Please note that the understanding of the archetypes has changed over the years. Thus, the radio show listed in the bullet points has a more limited view of the archetypes, but is still very useful. The Science of Peace book is more recent and the third magic of the gods ceremony is the most up to date insight into the archetypes.