Elements of Rainbows harmonize.
Standards of Light are followed.
Masters of Inner Works are called to the fore.
Sparrows of indigenous ones are heard, and followed.
Interpretations: “Elements of Rainbows harmonize.” – A rainbow is an example of unity of diversity, focusing on the rainbows produced in nature. Each color is differentiated into an expression of its unique frequency attribute, and yet the boundary between one color to another is not well defined. A gradient is a term referring to a visual representation of blending or mixing, the sharper the gradient the greater the differential across a given area or length. If a rainbow is absolutely discrete, then the color transitions are completely sharp, and no blending occurs, there is no “mixing” color between green and blue, for instance. But rainbows in nature tend to be less discrete, more akin to a smooth waveform, and as such, there is a blending between each color. The term element refers to a part of something that is abstract or essential. For example, light is an essential element of photosynthesis. An abstract element would be something that is a principle, which is metaphysical in nature. For example, unconditional love and acceptance are non-physical elements needed to develop self-mastered and empowered personalities—the elements are abstract because they can only be perceived by the mind as an intellectual structure of consciousness or thought. Abstractions are by nature metaphysical, like thoughts, ideas, goals, values, and so on. Taking all this into consideration, what would an element of rainbows be? There are several interpretations we can discuss in this regard.
Focusing on the physical phenomenon of a rainbow, light that contains multiple frequency ranges is broken up or differentiated using an object that can refract it, like a prism.
White light is a blending or harmony of other frequency ranges. If one were to take the rainbow of colors and shine them collectively onto a white plate or piece of paper, the light would appear white. When colored light blends together the harmony created forms pure white light. Removing one color or another alters the quality of whiteness. This statement, using a symbolic interpretation of what was just described, could mean that what is presently broken up or differentiated is coming together, a reunion. And in this regard, each individual embodiment of consciousness is like a differentiated or polarized aspect of the Creator, which is polarized initially through life experience and then reharmonized into the collective after self-mastery has taken place.
If we consider that the Creator is pure white light, then all potential forms of expression are contained within it. But like the white light from the sun, these colors cannot be perceived unless they are differentiated or broken up. The creation as a whole can be summed up within the allegory of the prism, rainbow, and white light. The pure white light that contains all potentials within as a unified stream of infiniteness requires differentiation in order for unique expressions to be perceived—the creator uses creation to know itself. The prism distorts the white light and breaks it up into individualized frequencies, allowing each frequency of color to find expression.
The creation acts as the prism in this example, taking the pure consciousness and undifferentiated awareness of the Creator and giving it a venue to express uniquely. In this sense, the pineal gland or seat of the soul is like an internal sun for each embodiment of consciousness. The body and mind act as the prism, breaking up the potentials inherent within a soul so that they can be actualized. More simply stated, the qualities of the Creator such as unconditional love, wisdom, sovereignty, kindness, mercy, and so on, cannot be perceived unless they are actualized through experience. The Creator cannot know itself without experience.
Human beings are creatures that evolve through experience, using life as a vehicle to give the potentials hidden within their soul a venue or place to find expression. Hence, all of life is a grand harmony or tapestry wherein each being co-creatively participates in the grand scheme of experience, providing a place where their unique essence of the Creator can find form. In this way, all experiences, no matter how seemingly meaningless, horrific, or unimportant, provide an essential venue for individuals to experience the potentials of their soul and essence of the Creator. If kindness and tolerance are qualities that the Creator has, then in order for the creature to experience them and therefore grow, there must exist within the universe a venue to be kind and tolerant. In order for us to heal there must be those who require healing. In order for us to practice tolerance and patience, there must be others who act without care or kindness. Thus, all experiences, without fail, always provide a venue for the hidden qualities inherent within all beings to find expression. And the collective aggregate of this process we know of as the universe (one song) or creation as a whole.
The Law of One material describes this as polarization via catalyst, which is a valid premise to consider. The musical harmonies created by individual musicians is an excellent example of what this statement is saying, and also describes the second phase of the evolutionary adventure of spiritual creatures in the evolving realms of time and space.
An individual who has the potential to be a musician must first differentiate those potentials via learning and practicing their instrument; this is the phase when the pure white light of their awareness and consciousness is distinguished into a rainbow of experiences. Each moment of this is like a color in the rainbow, a specific polarization. When they start to practice, the quality of their playing is weak and unmastered, polarization or exemplification of lack of mastery. But as they continue to learn, the mistakes of the past are enfolded and alchemized, becoming the foundation for greater skills and mastery. At the end of the road, a musician will be a master of their chosen instrument, manifesting a great number of the potentials within. Each step along this path was required to reach the state of mastery. Therefore, each step is an essential element of the now pure and mastered musical state. In this sense, the individual used life experience to actualize their potentials within, they used experience as a prism, wherein each event is a color that was later reunited to form the pure white like of a mastered musical skill. Thus, for the individual, the elements of the musical rainbow have harmonized—the white light was broken up and then reunited through that person’s careful choices and will power to follow the path of mastery.
Now that this has been accomplished, the musician becomes a color within a rainbow of other musicians. Within a symphonic piece of music, each musician is a color that is blended back into white light. Harmonization is that action or process of finding unity. The quality of the unity formed is dependent on the quality of the performances of each element. For Gaia, all her children are like individual colors, becoming more pure or impure through their choices in life. Those on the path of mastery will eventually become like beacons of pure light, able to blend together to form a harmony.
“Standards of Light are followed.” – A standard is a level or quality of attainment and is also a formalized practice or methodology, like a norm. In this case, the standards are of light, which can generally be interpreted to mean wave-like. Light is a frequency and follows the rules or laws of waveforms or vibrational principles. Given what has been described above, and also considering the principle of vibration that states all things in the universe are vibratory in nature, there is nothing that escapes the standards of light. By this I mean, everything follows the rules of waveforms because they are implicit—built into the creation as a whole. There is never a place where the rules of vibration are not followed. And yet, when we choose to follow the standards of light we align our will with the will of creation, which is the secret to all growth. Harmony in this sense is the act of following along with the grand will of creation.
“Masters of Inner Works are called to the fore.” – Given what was described above regarding using experience to activate the potentials within each individual, one who has done this to some degree could be considered a master of inner works. Life provides a venue for all potentials to find some form of expression, whether purely in the realm of mind and imagination or physically as a manifested event within the material reality. In either respect, the individual is given an experience that allows emotional charges to be born along with insights, intuitions, and wisdom. But while experience is laden with potentials for soul growth, one must choose this course. Experience does not automatically propel one along the path of evolutionary perfection—because even evolution is a choice.
“Sparrows of indigenous ones are heard, and followed.” – Sparrows are small birds that often live among human beings. They are unique in that they can sing more loudly when in noisy conditions so that their song can be heard. In this statement, the sparrows are of the indigenous ones. The term indigenous refers to something originating or occurring naturally in a place. This statement could be referring to those indigenous peoples of the Earth, like native peoples untainted by large-scale societies. Or it could be referring to the masters of inner work, who by virtue of the fact they have chosen to personally evolve, are indigenous unto themselves. Conversely, someone who is lost in society and culture, who has suppressed their soul and inner work in favor of social conformity and accolades is not indigenous within themselves. Only the true self, the sovereign self-mastered soul, born through self-discipline and inner work is a native of the evolving spirit growing within the body. In this sense, the statement can be interpreted to mean that, as individuals, we hear the call to grow and evolve towards our true potential and personal life purpose. As a collective, those of us who have done the inner work are standing as way showers for those who have not, who hear and follow them like moths led to a flame.
About The Author
Justin Deschamps is a truth seeker inspired by philosophy and the love of wisdom in all its forms. He was formally trained in physics and psychology, later discovering the spiritual basis of reality and the interconnected nature of all things. He strives to find the path of truth while also walking it himself, sharing what he knows with others so as to facilitate cooperative change for a better future. He is a student of all and a teacher to some. Follow on Twitter @sitsshow, Facebook Stillness in the Storm, and steemit @justin-sits.
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