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7293Re: Sound Current: Discussion

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  • satkartar7
    May 1, 2003
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      "Gene Poole" <gene_poole@q...> wrote:
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      > Greetings, ALL...
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      > Here is the best link I could find:
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      > <http://www.frankperry.co.uk/nada_yoga.htm>
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      > Personally, I find it very unfortunate that this
      > 'phenomenon' is treated only in the language
      > of 'spirituality', because it is very real, and
      > very powerful, and very useful.
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      > By that, I mean to say, that by association, such
      > subtle phenomena are by definition, evocative of
      > 'Deity'.
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      > The assumption seems to be that certain
      > spiritual 'ways and paths' have this one, the
      > sound current, all wrapped up and buttoned
      > down.
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      > Students of raw phenom, who look into the
      > nature of the sound current, will find precious
      > little, besides the 'spiritual' interpretation, unless
      > personal experience is tapped as a source of
      > information.


      thank you Gene,

      and I kow you talk from experience
      and from your wast knowledge
      not tounge to cheek

      Love-awareness, Karta


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      > As a lifelong 'reality hacker', I acknowledge
      > spirituality, and also phenomenality and also,
      > importantly, our various concepts of physics.
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      > On the sound current:
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      > Perception is... an outgoing force.
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      > Perception is... a process which occurs
      > AFTER reception.
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      > Perception is... as an outgoing force,
      > my side of the conversation; in other words,
      > while I may write after I perceive, my perception
      > is in itself, an outgoing communication, just like
      > writing, only quicker. Perception is the way
      > that I constantly 'talk back' to the universe.
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      > I perceive the sound current; it is a sound
      > which fills the silence. It is an etheric, ringing
      > tone, which changes and varies so quickly
      > that I cannot anticipate it; I can only surrender
      > to it.
      >
      > Now, this tone, is actually composed of many
      > individual tones; and each of those individual
      > tone, is also, composed of individual tones. I
      > have not found any point, in my exploration of
      > this sound current, at which there are not yet
      > more tones to be found in any individual tone.
      >
      > My experience is this:
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      > The sound current, once perceived, serves as
      > a gateway into a vast 'network'. Each 'subtone'
      > is a gateway into a 'subnet'. All gates are arrayed
      > in a perfect geometrical and very beautiful way;
      > it is possible to 'navigate' this vast network,
      > purely on the basis of the esthetic sense. Intellect
      > need not be employed during navigation, but
      > later, as a means of understanding and evaluating
      > the experience.
      >
      > To break (word used deliberately) between
      > subnets, or in other words to step from net to
      > net, requires that stored energy be expended.
      > Energy is gained by the whole appreciation of
      > the beauty (yes, can be considered 'Divine')
      > of the experience, and then, 'spent' during the
      > process of navigation of the network.
      >
      > The above stepping is analogous to the
      > tonal 'stepping' spoken of by G Gurdjeiff;
      > the aspect of 'shock' can be taken as the
      > norm, by the experienced navigator. It is
      > meditation (with or without sound current)
      > which teaches how to withstand these
      > 'shocks'.
      >
      > (The recent discussion here, of fear
      > during meditation, alludes to the 'shock
      > value' of meditation... fluctuations are
      > not always smooth, sometimes they are
      > very rocky, abrupt, and filled with showers
      > of imagery and feelings... )
      >
      > Overall, the sound current provides an
      > immediate and always available means and
      > 'proof' of the actual 'etheric' nature of the
      > human; and that anyone can discover, learn,
      > and do what I have described above, serves
      > to point out that assumptions of 'Divinity' do
      > not necessarily have to precede the gaining
      > or exercise of such abilities.
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      > To 'perceive' the sound current, is to thereby
      > communicate 'back to it', and thereby to
      > modify it, in that it speaks back to us, as what
      > we perceive. The 'exchange' of this conversation
      > is so rapid, as to escape detection, unless it is
      > pointed out that what is going on, is actually
      > an exchange, not a one-way delivery of
      > a tone 'to the ears' of the hearer.
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      >
      > (It may be useful to contemplate just
      > what a 'reality hacker' does, and the
      > attitudes which will either facilitate or
      > hinder such activities.)
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      > Best regards...
      >
      >
      > ==Gene Poole==
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      > tone = tonus= tension = movement = life
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      > If less is more,
      > nothing is everything.
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