Distilling The Dew


So. an arrangement of imaginings which represent certain qualities.. which are imagined in many variations reveal a certain order between them.. like the spectrum of colors as we could better deal with them became clearly relational (in its “blending” and yet “multiplicity); created in several different “layers” which allow this color chart/spectrum to be.. “drained into each other” or collapsed upon each other–

The arrangement of the imagined, collapse the qualities into a distilled form, this distilled form is like a crystal.. It is solid in a certain sense, it is the fullness and emptiness– So, like the quality of the crystal, depends on how many qualities you have truly made conscious and to the degree in which you have made them conscious–

Why does it create the crystal? This crystal being empty and full, then can be seen in any place that is empty and full– However, what we are unconscious of hides what is still in all of it; but this crystal, having been condensed into this everything, but also being a thing within everything.. a thing that is surrounded by that which was not made conscious in it, however, because it is through everything brings it to a glow.. This glow, is the quality of the stone, reflecting itself into the unconscious, infinitely brings everything within itself, and so casts itself upon everything– I suppose this could be called projection.


So, lets say we are distilling youth so to speak– One way this would be done is to, imagine yourself in school– Now, in the grand scheme of things, this school is designed in a manner of continual growing up, but in the relationship of eternal firsts–

That is, your first class? “preschool or kindergarten” Right, then you advance past this, and find something a bit more to learn? but each time, the scale of the medium you realize you are learning in, is in such a manner that you are always still in preschool– That is, you do have this sense of growing up, there is this sense of progression, and yet that progression always stays centered at this eternal stage of the edge of all infinity to learn–

This is a distillation of a cosmic age; or non-linear age; since, we could also ultimately distill this the other way around into “elder”–

Now the idea as I have presented it, may give insight into the quality– however, it is only through realized imaginings of the nature of such a school, that our unconscious forces can be made clear– That is, in all that we are consciously doing, lays all the unconscious formations we are yet unaware of–

This means that as we imagine this school; we find certain formations arising inside of them in relation to each other; these unconscious formations cause the different imagined situations to have a relationship to each other– (like the sun and a sundial, the sun is what we are conscious of, and the shadow from the sundial reveals what we are unconscious of within what we are conscious of) and so these imaginings hold a true relationship to each other within our “elixir fields” we have imagined them in–

When we have sufficiently imagined the quality, so that there is a series of dazzling arrangements held together by invisible directions that can only be clarified by relation to each other, those qualities can be boiled down into a representation of them, that can then again extend itself into any arrangement that those qualities are being pointed to–


To me that is when we have accessed new arrangements of our archetypal being– That is, all of our life could come to us in an entirely new form; but if the forms are in the right relationships to each other, they can uphold the exact same familiarity– Which is what I was talking about above, when we have animated aspects of ourselves, or liberated aspects of ourselves, new memories within memories are revealed– Some people experience this as past lives, but if it is to a greater degree done, it becomes direct experiences, and eventually a living part of you in the moment that extends into all other moments (which might appear as memory)–

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