“A hallmark of this evolutionary unfolding and journey up the spiral of development is the ability to take greater and greater perspectives and extend more care and compassion.” Source Code Meditation is paving the way with advancements in meditation to assimilate humans into a more natural way of thriving in any environment. The creative relationship to the 5-dimensional Godhead is a unified perspective of dualism throughout space and time; using the human perspective. In essence, it is consciousness viewing consciousness in a vacuum of infinite creation. Meditation can align us with the timeless and the formless. In itself, meditation serves me equally in the physical dimension and spiritual dimensions. Conscious awareness brings me to acceptance of my shadow self. However, meditation enables me to the fearlessness that resides within the releases of blocked energy, using autonomic catharsis. Liberation from stress. Loving thyself and creating every step of the way.
Culture acts upon our consciousness in ways that alter our values, beliefs, and attitudes. From there, we see life through an accepted set of cultural lenses in which we put on our own ability to view. As we focus on The Void, we see that the space outside of ourselves exists. A general directionality from egocentric to ethnocentric to world-centric to eco-centric has occurred through this 100,000-year evolution of consciousness and culture. This shift will continue to expand in every dimension of culture; regarding your body, your mind, the environments in which you exist, and your existential relationship with the infinitely illuminated universe. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that we get back to reminding ourselves of the fundamentals. To love, to breathe, to serve, to sustain, to nurture, to thrive, to give, to live. Understanding how parts of the system work together harmoniously, means having the fearlessness to love fully. Looking outside of your own perspective is easier when you can separate yourself from your physical self. Learn how to attune this technique with Source Code Meditation. For now, let’s take a look outside of the self into the macroscopic environment
“Symbolic interactionism is a theoretical approach to understanding the relationship between humans and society.” Essentially, symbolic interactionism shows that human action and interaction are understandable only through the exchange of meaningful communication or symbols. Over time, the meanings of symbols change as the cultures within a society change. In this approach, humans are portrayed as acting, as opposed to being acted upon. The main parts of symbolic interactionism are: human beings act toward things on the basis of the meanings, values and beliefs that are attributed to those specific symbols. These meanings arise out of social interaction. Social action results from a fitting together of individual motivations, which harmonize to collectively create and achieve something for the good of the society. And that is what I’ve seen to be a signal of achieving the Good Life. As I’ve learned to observe emotions as objects that aren’t attached to me, I have seen that I am not attached to those emotions. And that is a very powerful idea to hold for self development with freedom. In stable emotions, there lies great power to create a better future. I have learned much about the subjective perspective from studying Source Code Meditation. I can act more effectively from logic rather than emotion. Therefore, I am aware that fear doesn’t overpower the ability to act fearlessly. This collective understanding of the moving parts is more impactful to different dimensions of our lives than our actual actions are. Because as time and space shifts us into who we are, we don’t know what will happen; but we do know that if we are there to experience it, as subjects, we might as well give ourselves an evolutionary advantage in doing so. The gamma wave neuroactivity associated with healing is highly active during research conducted by Source Code Meditation.
Neurological evidence, based on EEGs(which record electrical data of brain activity), supports the idea that humans have a “social brain,” meaning, there are parts of the human brain that govern social interaction. Essentially, with efficient meditation, emotional stability could allow for and creative parts of the brain to be highly conducive to activity. Learning from what holistic health experts, Dr. Michael Cotton and Dr. Joe Dispenza agree upon; we know that rewiring of the brain is essential and unique to each person during a collective enlightenment. A collective enlightenment occurs within all the parts within the whole: which can be perceived in various ways. Source Code Meditation is specifically working to unify the small parts of the whole to act in massively together in compassion and holistic healing activity.
The social brain begins developing in early childhood (the preschool years) and helps people in understanding how other people think. In symbolic interactionism, this is known as “reflected appraisals” or “the looking glass self,” and refers to our ability to think about how other people will think about us. Social Conflict exists in our reality when we use our symbols to manipulate the emotions of other people.
When we experience traumas in life where people that we associate with act in toxic ways against us, it is important that we learn to eradicate specific belief systems that may have been learned because of the relationship. These perspectives are learned beliefs that limit our abilities to be truly happy and successful in various dimensions of life. The 9 Summits of Transformation are effective and channels of expression. During Summits 6, 7, and 8; SCM teaches important methods to Illuminate, Liberate and Trans-Mutate repressed restorative energy within. Together, they integrated the entire spiral of development into your being. I learned of the key features of all of the Life Altitudes and found the areas of my own spiral of development that need to be rebuilt. From there, I integrated my own Life Codes to visualize the progression in each of the four dimensions of life: Mind, Body, Environment, and Relationships. This blog is going to continue to be my own discussion and journey into the transcendent self and collective conscious. I aim to empower others to use expression to liberate their authentic selves. Source Code Meditation is my vehicle to bring activity at the forefront of my own holistic wellness.
Salutogenesis is the spark that ignites waves of infinite illuminated energy throughout the entire body; the innate advanced healing mechanism depends on the magnitude of collective fearlessness which comes to fruition with an upgraded biological system, in a Unitary state of Being.
Social conflict may also cause for the individual to realize that his or her habits have been detrimental to their growth as an individual. In this way, symbolic interactionism allows for the individual to understand that their habits do not serve them anymore.
As children, humans begin to define themselves within the context of their society. The child learns that the symbol of his/her crying will bring up a response from his/her parents, not only when they are in need of necessities, such as food, but also as a symbol to receive their attention. Now, even in this example the baby’s cry can be perceived by the parent to be a conflict due to lack of social identity of the baby. Another perfectly plausible perspective of the symbol is that the baby loves their parents and desires their attention. The parent might see feel loved in certain situations where their presence calms the baby’s cry. As children, we are also so full of spontaneity and light. When they do something good, we praise them for being delightful. If they behave outside of the norm, we shut down their expression of those emotions. Blockages keep the energy stagnant which helps with healing and feeling abundantly healthy. An analogy eloquently expressed by the brilliant modern philosopher, Alan Watts, explains it best:
“Because when we watch a child—say, dancing—and it’s never learned; never had a single dancing lesson, and is really just dancing for fun, we say, ‘That’s delightful.’ Then, eventually, the child notices that this is a way of getting attention and becomes self-conscious about dancing, and then we send it to dancing school, and it becomes stiff and wretched. And only after many, many years of practice does the child—as a dancer, now a young man or woman—recapture the spontaneity of childhood. Got to go all that long way around to get back to the thing that it once had. And that’s terribly difficult.” – Alan Watts
George Herbert Mead described self as “taking the role of the other,” the premise for which the self is actualized. Through interaction with others, we begin to develop an identity about who we are, as well as empathy for others. This is the notion of, “Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you.” In respect to this, Cooley said, “The thing that moves us to pride or shame is not the mere mechanical reflection of ourselves, but an imputed sentiment, the imagined effect of this reflection upon another’s mind.”
According to symbolic interactionism, humans are distinct from infrahumans (lower animals) because infrahumans simply respond to their environment (a stimulus evokes a response or stimulus ⇒ response), whereas humans have the ability to interrupt that process ( stimulus ⇒ cognition ⇒ response). Additionally, infrahumans are unable to conceive of alternative responses to gestures. Humans, however, can. This understanding should not be taken to indicate that humans never behave in a strict stimulus ⇒ response fashion, but rather that humans have the capability of responding in a different way, and do so much of the time.
The conflict perspective, or conflict theory, derives from the ideas of Karl Marx, who believed society is a dynamic entity constantly undergoing change driven by class conflict. Whereas functionalism understands society as a complex system striving for equilibrium, the conflict perspective views social life as competition. According to the conflict perspective, society is made up of individuals competing for limited resources.
Competition over scarce resources is at the heart of all social relationships. Competition, rather than consensus, is characteristic of human relationships. Broader social structures and organizations (for example, religions, government, etc.) reflect the competition for resources and the inherent inequality competition entails; some people and organizations have more resources (for example, power and influence), and use those resources to maintain their positions of power in society. Sociologists who work from the conflict perspective study the distribution of resources, power, and inequality. When studying a social institution or phenomenon, they ask, “Who benefits from this element of society?”
For example, many modern capitalist states have avoided a communist revolution, and have instead instituted elaborate social service programs. Some people believe that we are currently undergoing a similar type of communist deep state movement engraved into the far left of American politics. As the value of the dollar loses power, and the effects of climate change continue to take effect, we can cautiously see that our purchasing power in the US is slowly dwindling. This is indicative of an economic disassociation from the state of US treasury. The Department of the Treasury operates and maintains systems that are critical to the nation’s financial infrastructure, such as the production of coin and currency, the disbursement of payments to the American public, revenue collection, and the borrowing of funds necessary to run the federal government. Private sector blockchain technology is aimed at using digital ledgers systems to secure, clarify and add necessary liquidity to keep us afloat economically during and after a pandemic. The Federal Reserve is now conjoined with The US treasury. Realistically, the Federal Reserve Bank is the most influential reason for inflation is occurring in the US and indirectly throughout the globe. They print money with a “blank check” all the time, and their excessive printing is causing a financial crisis.
Conflict theorists often focus on social change, they have, in fact, also developed a theory to explain social stability. According to the conflict perspective, inequalities in power and reward are built into all social structures. Individuals and groups who benefit from any particular structure strive to see it maintained. If the financial structure of the US becomes more efficient with blockchain digital payment technologies, then the structure of the global financial structure will follow suit; simply because the US nation has that much influence on the global trading. The global derivatives market is a main pillar of the international financial system and the economy as a whole. Today, businesses around the world use derivatives to effectively hedge risks and reduce uncertainty about future prices when trading goods and services. The private sector technology used for digital assets is already in the works to be used to accommodate for efficient payment transactions on an interoperable publicly- secure blockchain. With the introduction of a digital asset clarity, the possibility for a major digital gold rush is increasing by the second. Now, this rush doesn’t just exist in the financial system, but it does ooze into emerging stocks that are going to troubleshoot the current digital inefficiencies that were are currently beginning to see in a pandemic environment. This includes other directly related niche markets like biotechnology, computer security, copper production, blockchain programming, graphic design, Big Pharma, electrical engineering, along with mass producing and distributing corporations for daily necessities. Gold and silver mining are becoming more efficient as demand for gold and silver is increasing. This is due to the inverse relationship between precious metals and fiat currency proven throughout history since the creation of the Bretton Wood System. As we see this shift occurring, there is an evidence of the Hegelian Dialectic playing out in society. A dialectic is at base a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned methods of argumentation. Dialectic resembles debate, but the concept excludes subjective elements such as emotional appeal and the modern rhetoric. Where the dark stuff may come into play is in the ‘Hegelian Dialectic’, which is an ideal based form of development that can be used for mass manipulation in subtle ways. In more simplistic terms, one can consider it thus: problem → reaction → solution. This means that in modern society, fear and fearlessness can be seen to produced as a reaction to the pandemic, which is being posed as a problem. The social and racial tensions that exist as smokes and mirrors, are merely distractions to the control and manipulation of the digital gold rush. The digitization of the fourth industrial revolution is being pushed as an agenda to achieving the Great Reset.
Consciousness as we know it is going through an enlightenment era. Harmony exists when we all can radically enhance the ability to remain hormonally balanced with exposure to daily moderate stress. Our autonomic nervous system supplies us with the ability remain unchanged in the presence of intense stress. Individual sustainability, opportunity, and harmony may offer positive growth to the community with meditation. This collective perceptive shift in abundance and creation is collectively agreed upon simply with human awareness. Prevail with fearlessness because it is universal that we all have a physiological abundance which can exist to provide us with faith in own perceptive ability to act genuinely and compassionately.