In the next week we will be sharing parts of an article that was recently featured in the Sedona Journal of Emergence. It consists of an interview with Almine that was taken as a result of the epic Down the Rabbit Hole online course. If you are into deep, deep metaphysics, this article should be a delight to you. It gives a perspective on physical creation from someone who has gone beyond it… Follow Almine down the Rabbit Hole, enjoy the article and check out the whole 3 x 1 month online course on the store.
Every now and then humanity is blessed with someone who remembers their own greatness; their origin. I have had the great privilege to befriend one of those quirky beings. For the past few years I have witnessed Almine go through one stage of spiritual development to another. From enlightenment to ascended mastery… and the immortal realms beyond, meanwhile raising a daughter, running a business and baking the best cookies one can imagine. Now, she shares the biggest transformation in her life yet: Leaving this creation all together. Inquisitive as I am, I knew I had to know more about that!
Almine, it is always strange to talk to you. A pleasure, for sure, but strange too. You say you have recently exited the whole game of duality-based creation altogether. Any messages from beyond? How is it like there?
Understand that what I am about to tell you, cannot truly be captured in words. It is difficult to explain concepts from a place that has no space and no time. In stories, it must be told, to find the truth behind the words.
Since September of 2011 I have gone into a new place of being. I call it, for lack of better words, a Life of No Opposites. It is beyond anything I have encountered within the Dream of Duality. It is beyond God-consciousness (enlightenment), beyond ascended mastery, and even beyond the stages that lie beyond the realms of ascended mastery. It is in truth, beyond any games or developmental stages of the Dream. A Life of No Opposites is outside of Creation. In the Infinite Ocean that has no shores. That has no games.
So, what’s it like there compared to “here”?.
I noticed that when I left duality behind, that there was no longer tension in my body. And it is tension that holds form in place. Once that is gone, you can reform your shape, your body, as you wish, for the real part of you is a fluidly, formlessly forming field. In other words, it is newly forming in every moment. Static form, that stays the same from moment to moment, is like a note in a symphony that is kept long after it should have stopped playing. This becomes discordance. As this discordance is let go within, it is let go without. If you come to this still place of no opposites, you will see that it is mirrored in your outside world as less crowdedness. For example no lines at customs. Empty public toilets. This is reality fluidly changing around you. Much of what is being seen in form around you now, is nothing but an echo of matter. The holding on to the note after it is played. It only stays there because there are programs that keep it there, locked into one place, one form. In existence beyond duality, matter goes back to being a part of the infinite ocean again, the moment that it has outlived its purpose. It becomes fluid formless form again. Five minutes later, it might well be needed again, and it is called forth again into form.
Sounds great. But what does this mean for my own life?
It can make you think about solid form in your own life. You can see that from my vantage point there is no need to hold on to something, beyond its time. Take for example life itself. Holding on to others, or even your own life. Life and death are opposites inside of the Dream of opposites. From this place beyond the Dream, there is no need for aging, for death is not trying to lure you to its home, away from life. There is also no need for immortality. For immortality is but the physical luring you away from death. There is no place for such opposites and their games. There is just eternal existence, fluidly forming anew, whenever form is needed.
Stay tuned for part two…
Today I queued at public toilets, this rarely happens.
What was the insight?
To laugh in delight at the connectedness of life in the unknown!
That’s very interesting about “no line ups”. When I go to the public laundromat it’s always very quiet. And I’ve gone on weekends even and it’s been quiet. When I asked the staff whether this was usual they said “no”. So very intriguing indeed. Thank you for this wonderful article. It’s really good for us students to get another perspective of Almine.