A friend asked me recently to write about how the Language of Creation works therapeutically, or psychologically. To respond well, I will present the information in several parts. The multi-dimensionality of how the templates work is somewhat complex yet relatively simple at the same time, and you may have heard some of what I’m featuring in Part 1 several times. However, because this work re-wires the neuro-synapses to grant us life in a different paradigm than the system we were born into, most of us need to receive this information more than once and in different forms anyway.
I’ve decided to start with three aspects of the background knowledge which are the most fundamental. First, there are several languages, in a sense, to convey this information. All of them are valid, and in many ways it’s like describing the same phenomenon in Russian, Sanskrit, French, mathematics, or other languages. Each one grants access to dimensionality not available in others. In writing this, I’ll use psychological or academic terms when it grants access to a certain dimension of how the templates work therapeutically. It is important to share the templates cannot be talked about effectively from within the system we were born into, which is the source-base of mainstream psychology. Thus, part of sharing how the templates work will involve distinguishing between elements of the system we were born into and the realm of unity we are evoking.
Second, there is a lot of body of knowledge behind the templates. Pointing out how the templates came to Tantra is truly a story of original, creative thinking. Originally, I would say Tantra pulled what was needed out of thin air. Later we called the process a series of downloads. Both are accurate. Unpacking this into language from other sources gave me more conscious awareness and capacity: In the late 1980s, Rupert Sheldrake described morphic resonance/morphogenetic fields stating that fields, or energetic influences, govern organization, characteristics and operations of living systems of all types. His theory provides explanation for a wide range of information which gets transmitted in organisms and systems, at microscopic and macroscopic levels. Carl Jung called this phenomenon ‘synchronicity’, noting ways it occurred in patient sessions and contributed to his ideas of archetypes. Quantum physics rose in the early 1900s, leading to field theory which influenced many areas of life, including psychology. Pavlov the behaviorist noticed that progeny of mice who were taught a skill learned that skill much faster/easier, as did future generations. On an island in Japan, primate researchers witnessed what became the Hundredth Monkey parable, publishing their research in 1965. These are all ways of describing how creative, original thought occurs, such as what led to the invention of the templates. Also, since there were so many ways the phenomenon of morphic resonance was observed over just one century, this proves how fundamental morphic resonance is to human nature. It is the root of what makes us consciously conscious beings gaining experience and recognition through our multi-dimensional, multi-intelligent nature, becoming reliable to ourselves as essential and unique parts of the greater whole. Steep in who you are, given that!!
Third: the templates are designed from a different reality than the system we were born into. You’ve heard this so often, but it is a fundamental reason they work, and is a fundamental design of all successful therapeutic modalities or therapeutic relationships. We’re automatically transported to a different realm, which automatically activates a transpersonal journey by the very nature of the realm. This design element of the templates is a literal activity of Einstein’s recognition that you can’t resolve issues within the same consciousness from which those issues arose. As we go forward, I’ll show in more detail how the design of the templates works individually and systemically.
Parts 2-4 will be published over the next two months. All four Parts will be published at http://iuwcinstitute.com/blogs/