10 Consciousness Facts

Consciousness has been defined as many things to many people, but there can never be one encompassing definition to what it really is. However, there are several factual components that assist in its definition and allow us to assess our own level of consciousness. What level are you at?

Before reading this list, it’s important to understand that every person is at the level they are supposed to be. The is no good level or bad level, inferior level or superior level.

The following is only a guideline and whether you reside in force or power, you are learning the lessons you have come for:

  1. It is the formless, invisible field of energy of infinite dimension and potentiality, the substrate of all existence, independent of time, space, or location, of which it is independent yet all inclusive and all present.
  2. It encompasses all existence beyond all limitation, dimension, or time, and registers all events, no matter how seemingly miniscule, such as even a fleeting thought.
  3. It allows for the registration of all events occurring in and out of time and space, and these events are timelessly accessible due to the unique qualities inherent to the energy field of consciousness itself.
  4. It is the irreducible substrate of the human capacity to know or experience, to perceive or witness, and it is the essence of the capacity for awareness itself.
  5. It represents a field of infinite power and potential, out of which the manifest universe as Creation arises as a continuous, ongoing process.
  6. It exists along with the universe independently of human description and is essentially one unified, total field within which there are variable levels of vibrational frequencies that appear as the observable universe. As in the physical domain, the higher frequency of the vibrational energy, the greater the power.
  7. It is the the universal, all-encompassing vibrational field of energy which is descriptively omnipresent and is therefore omniscient and all-powerful (omnipotent). The presence of the field of consciousness is known by all sentient beings as the subjective awareness of existence itself. Thus, the awareness of the presence of consciousness as the substrate of existence is the primordial subjective reality underlying all possible human experience.
  8. Its levels are identifiable by use of a simple quality of consciousness itself, and the omniscience of consciousness recognizes and responds to that which has existence and is true by virtue of the fact of that existence. Thus, consciousness, like a mirror, impersonally reflects actuality, which is unchanged and unaffected by that process. Consciousness, therefore, does not “do” anything, but, similar to gravity, it provides the context out of which potentiality actualizes from formless to form, from non-experienced to experienced.
  9. It is part of life itself which is not capable of being destroyed but can only change form by shifting to a different frequency range (in human experience, the “etheric,” the “spiritual,” and other energy realms described throughout time).
  10. It is all that exists representing varying levels of energy vibrations. A scale of consciousness can be constructed that is internally consistent and of pragmatic value. A logarithmic scale of consciousness from 1 to 1.000, which starts at number “1″ as the existence of life itself and continues to 1.000 (the highest level of consciousness ever reached by mankind), is sufficient to include all possible frequency ranges of human consciousness. Such a scale can be demonstrated to be highly informative and of great practical as well as theoretical value in understanding mankind, the question of divinity, and the universe.

It is merely a representation of the awakening process. For the first time there is a large scale awakening on our planet. Why now? Because if there is no change in human consciousness now, we will destroy ourselves and perhaps the planet. The insanity of the collective egoic mind, amplified by science and technology, is rapidly taking our species to the brink of disaster. There is probably enough of a critical mass right now to bring about a new earth. So the transformation of consciousness is truly happening even though they won’t be reporting it on tonight’s news. Is it happening fast enough? Here are some of the levels of consciousness many are still going through.


Each level of consciousness (LOC) coincides with determinable human behaviors and perceptions about life and God. Each level represents a corresponding attractor field of varying strength that exists beyond our three-dimensional reality. There’s a critical point within each LOC from which its field gravitates (or entrains).

The numbers on the scale represent logarithmic calibrations (measurable vibratory frequencies on a scale which increases to the tenth power) of the levels of human consciousness and its corresponding level of reality. The numbers themselves are arbitrary; the significance lies in the relationship of one number (or level) to another (e.g., Dr. Hawkins’ scale is from 1 to 1000; a similar scale could be devised from 1 to 10 where 2 is courage and 5 is love).

Dr. Hawkins points out that the two greatest spiritual growth barriers seem to be at level 200 and 500. Two hundred, the level of courage, represents a profound shift from destructive and harmful behavior to life-promoting and integrous lifestyles; everything below 200 makes one go weak using kinesiology. Currently, approximately 78% of the world’s population is below this significant level. The destructive capacity of this majority would annihilate mankind without the counterbalancing effect of the 22% above 200. Because the scale of consciousness is logarithmic, each incremental point represents a giant leap in power. As such, one person calibrated at 600 counterbalances the negativity of 10 million people below 200.

The second great barrier is level 500–Love. Love in this context is a way of being in the world–not an emotionality as most of us perceive it. According to Dr. Hawkins, the reason the level of love is so difficult to achieve is because our ego is so rooted in the physical domain as opposed to the spiritual domain, which emerges at 500. The 400s represent the level of reason, guided by the linear, mechanistic world of form (our modern society that includes advancements in medicine, science, government, etc). Interestingly, the top echelon of intellectual genius, including Einstein, Freud, Newton, Aristotle, etc., all calibrated around 499. The 500s represent a very difficult hurdle as only four percent of the world’s population calibrates in the 500s. This level denotes a shift from the linear, provable domain (classic physics or Newtonian physics) to the nonlinear, formless, spiritual realm.

It is important to understand that no level is better or worse than another. There are no opposites. The Map of the Levels of Consciousness represents a gradation of consciousness–degrees of the experience of Reality, the existence of God, and the level of lovingness that is present. The 500s (love) are not “better” than the 400s (reason); they simply represent another gradation (and a higher level of truth) on an infinitely growing scale.

A person’s LOC remains rather steady through the lifetime. Emotions come and go like the passing wind, but a person’s calibrated LOC is governed by specific energy fields in the nonlinear domain which generally doesn’t waver. Over the course of a lifetime, the average person’s LOC will change approximately five points (this is not a statistical derivation, but an average discovered through Dr. Hawkins’ kinesiologic research). However, it is possible for an individual (such as a spiritual aspirant) to have their LOC jump (or drop) hundreds of points in a single lifetime.

Source : bodymindsoulspirit.com

From Diabolo to Spirit | The Amazing Story of a Leopard

In 2005 the Jukani Predator Park was set up as a refuge for big cats who had previously lived in zoos or experienced abuse in their lives. Conservationists Jurg Olsen and his wife Karen run the South African sanctuary that lions, cheetahs, leopards, panthers, servals and more now call home. Jurg is an ex policeman and shares a close connection with the big cats that he cares for. He is able to play with, walk among, pet, and interact, directly with many of the animals. Except for one, a black leopard.

The leopard previously lived in a European zoo where he had been abused. The trauma turned him into an extremely aggressive cat who trusted no human. He let his hatred be known by growling and snarling at anyone who approached his cage, which he never left. The cat even bit Jurg and put him in the hospital for a week with one bite. Due to his vicious nature, he was named Diabolo.

After six months of no progress with Diabolo an outside expert came to visit, who had no knowledge of his past or present condition. Anna Breytenbach, a self styled inter-species communicator, has a unique ability in that she can transmit detailed messages to animals. She speaks to them visually, through pictures, and silently with thoughts. Anna obtains responses from them that are often extremely detailed and personally revealing. In this video clip, we see her transform the deadly snarling Diabolo into a content and happy cat affectionately re-named Spirit.

When Anna approached the leopard’s cage he didn’t snarl and growl like always, but instead a wave of peace and calm washed over him. She was able to kneel right outside and look at him. The two connected and telepathically spoke to one another. Anna said that he was over-awed by his new surroundings, disliked humans for what they’d done to him, and he was immensely powerful, wise, and felt under appreciated. Specifically, he disliked his name and the darkness it inferred. He was very concerned about two young cubs that used to be next to his cage at the zoo and it was this fact that convinced everyone that Anna must truly be communicating with the leopard. There was no other way she could possibly have known about the two cubs, even they had forgotten, but Diabolo hadn’t.

So much more was said and brought out into the light because of Anna’s extraordinary ability and gift for speaking with, and understanding, animals. In less than 24 hours Diabolo’s entire world, demeanor, and life changed for the better, so much that he earned a new name – Spirit. See what else transpired that fateful day, when Anna met Spirit, and prepare yourself for the unexpected flood of emotions that will wash over you when you hear their wild story.

Source : sun-gazing.com

John Trudell About The Tribes of Europe

John Trudell is an acclaimed poet, national recording artist, actor and activist whose international following reflects the universal language of his words, work and message. Trudell (Santee Sioux) was a spokesperson for the Indian of All Tribes occupation of Alcatraz Island from 1969 to 1971. He then worked with the American Indian Movement (AIM), serving as Chairman of AIM from 1973 to 1979.

In February of 1979, a fire of unknown origin killed Trudell’s wife, three children and mother-in-law. It was through this horrific tragedy that Trudell began to find his voice as an artist and poet, writing, in his words, “to stay connected to this reality.”

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Medieval Prayer Wheel Found Inside Rare Liesborn Gospel

A page in a rare medieval tome named the Liesborn Gospel Book bears a mysterious prayer wheel, but how it was used remains a mystery. It has concentric circles bearing quotations from the Lord’s Prayer and gifts of the Holy Spirit

Presented by an abbess to her convent of nuns, a medieval tome known as the Liesborn Gospel Book is one of the most valuable gospels on the planet.

Only five copies with rare first pages are known to exist, and now one has revealed an extra hidden treasure – a mysterious hand-drawn prayer wheel inside. But despite the unusual find, it is not known how to use the enigmatic diagram.

The book, containing just the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, has a cover made of carved oak with copper clasps and is thought to have been ordered by an abbess – or female superior – called Berthildis for highborn ladies who entered her convent in Liesborn in Germany.

The book is for sale by Manhattan-based medieval manuscripts dealer Les Enluminures Gallery for $6.5 million (£4.3 million). The mysterious prayer wheel was likely added to the book’s blank first page in the 12th century.

The tome was primarily used for display and oath taking and was considered to be sacred and the physical embodiment of the Word of God.


Throughout the Middle Ages, Gospel Books were considered the physical embodiment of the Word of God. They were kept in churches as sacred objects and carried ceremoniously to the altar during mass.

The importance of such books was often displayed in elaborate treasure bindings often containing gold, gemstones and relics. The binding on the Liesborn Gospels shows an image of the Crucifixion carved into a thick piece of oak and is a late 15th century replacement of an earlier treasure binding.

Four symbols of the evangelists are shown in each corner: an angel for Matthew, an eagle for John, a lion for Mark and a winged ox for Luke.

The cover was originally painted in gold, red, blue and ‘flesh’ colours, but only the striking blues and reds remain. The lower cover is in brown leather, decorated with stamps including impressions of the Virgin Mary standing on a sickle moon, holding Jesus, and the Lamb of God.

‘A treasure binding constructed from a wooden relief carving is certainly exceptionally rare and may be unique,’ the seller’s documents say.

This Gospel Book is one of the few surviving manuscripts from this time period from North western Germany, and the only manuscript from the diocese of Münster.

A copy of the tome complete with its painted wooden cover showing the crucifixion is listed on the seller’s website. It’s said to be in astonishing condition as it has been treasured for a thousand years and bound for six hundred in a ‘binding of extreme significance’


The book, containing just the Gospels, has a cover made of carved oak with copper clasps and is thought to have been ordered by an abbess – or female superior – called Berthildis for highborn ladies who entered her convent in Liesborn in Germany. The leather back is shown left and an illuminated page, right.

Written in Latin and arranged in concentric circles, the prayer wheel’s outermost ring contains instructions, which when translated from medieval Latin read: ‘The order of the diagram written here teaches the return home.’

The next circle, entitled ‘seven petitions’, contains seven quotations from the Lord’s Prayer along its spokes, including ‘daily bread’ and ‘kingdom come’. The third circle from the outside reads ‘Gifts of the Holy Spirit,’ and includes the words ‘wisdom’ and ‘counsel,’ written in a mixture of black and red ink.

Written in red, these gifts are mixed with seven events in the life of Jesus, such as his baptism and ‘passion day of judgement,’ which are shown in black.

Around the centre of the wheel, which reads Deus, or God, are the seven groups of people blessed in Jesus’ Beatitudes, for example, the meek and poor of spirit, with their rewards, such as ‘inherit the Earth’ and ‘Kingdom of heaven’ listed opposite.

The diagram is an early example of its kind, which is known in five other manuscripts, the earliest of which is an 11th century work from south western Germany. While the contents of the wheel will be familiar to modern Christians, how it was used, perhaps by medieval nuns, is a mystery.

Lauren Mancia, an expert at Brooklyn College who has studied the Liesborn Wheel, told Religious News that monks and nuns in Central Middle Ages had a bad reputation for learning prayers and mumbling them without thinking.

But ‘this diagram suggests that they’re not just mumbling, they’re using a mnemonic device to remember and internalize, or even to make an inner journey,’ she said. It resembles diagrams used by religious people to organise their thoughts centuries later, or may even looks like a magical incantation to some.

It appears as if the wheel can be used in two main ways, so that a reader could think about the words in each concentric circle, working towards the middle, or follow each ‘spoke’ of the wheel to focus their prayers. A page of text from the Gospel of Luke is pictured above

The wheel questions the notion that monks and nuns in the Central Middle Ages simply learnt prayers by rote instead of embarking on a spiritual journey. This image from a 13th Century painting shows monks and nuns welcoming travelers and caring for the sick

It’s not known whether the diagram was used to teach people or was a private aid for meditation or whether it was an exercise designed to be repeated again and again.

It appears that the volume is missing the page before the one including the diagram, which raises the tantalising question of whether there were once instructions of how to use the wheel, or whether nuns who came across it were as clueless as we are today and chose to use in unique ways. The importance and use of Gospels at the time however, is well known.

Public reading of the Gospels was part of the church’s liturgy from the early days of Christianity and by medieval times, there were typically at least two readings in every mass. The second was the most important and always from one of the four Gospels.

The final text in the Liesborn book is a list of mass readings for the liturgical year, allowing devout Christians to find the correct passage within the large tome.

The last and only time the rare manuscript appeared in a bookseller’s catalogue was in 1945, when it was described as ‘one of the most valuable manuscripts of the gospels in private hands,’ Fine Books Magazine reported.


It’s not known precisely who produced the book, including all the scribes and the maker of the elaborate cover. However, the second scribe signed his name, Gerwardus, in simple code, at the bottom of page 337 replacing vowels with consonants.

A translation of the signature reads: ‘The deacon Gerwardus wrote this book in the first year of his ordination.’

It’s very unusual for any Gospel to be signed, and the code hints that either the deacon wanted to demonstrate some humility, or his cleverness.

Each Gospel begins with a decorative page including a combination of illuminated capitals drawn in red and in filled with pale yellow and occasionally touches of green. This type of text mimics traditions established in the ninth century.

It’s a solemn volume because of its lack of lavish gold and silver pigment, or bright colours and illustrations, so the readers focus on the text itself. Experts know the text was written near the end of the 10th century, because of its upright, broadly spaced style and other stylistic details.

Source : dailymail.co.uk

9 Essential Symptoms Of Spiritual Awakening

1. Synchronicities that are meaningful to you. (These help point you in the right direction or help spark an important new insight.)

Also see: Carl Jung – The Man Who Coined The Word ‘Synchronicity’, Edgar Cayce: 11:11 and Synchronicity and 11:11 Synchronicity- Repetitive Numbers and Their Meaning

2. Intensely painful life “changes” that you can’t explain or know how you’ll get through. (This assures that you look within for the answers. Note that “change” is often a polite way of saying “loss.”)

3. All-consuming inner contemplation followed by possible reassessment of beliefs, especially at 3 or 4 in the morning (often triggered by happenings or things you can’t explain using your current belief systems or knowledge).

4. Receiving “secret messages” from people who aren’t aware they’re relaying special messages to you. (If they had known, they may have hesitated, and sometimes spirit just doesn’t want to take chances.)

5. Having the same thing (especially something that’s unusual) happen to you two or three times in a relatively short period of time, like, say, 24 hours. (This assures that you actually notice what your higher self wants you to notice.)

6. Waking up in the middle of the night feeling intense confusion. (This means your beliefs are being re-evaluated. Before you become clear and solid in your new awakened state, you will no doubt find yourself mucking through a period of deep confusion.)

7. Favorable synchronicities that happen regularly. (You can expect these to occur after you regularly follow through with your inner guidance.)

8. Intense, vivid dreams that seem to point you in a certain direction. (The further along in the process you are, the clearer your dreams will be and the more your dreams will help guide you in your daily life. The dreams will be in metaphor form, often in metaphors that make sense to you.)

9. Finding yourself laughing more often. (Sometimes you will wake up in the middle of the night, think something profound that’s also funny, and then laugh your head off. This is not a joke. Your higher self is playful and wants you to have fun while you’re awakening.)

Source : in5d.com

How To Cleanse Your Aura

Visualize Your Aura

Create a steady stream of breath, let there be no gaps in between each breath. Focus on the rise and fall of your stomach. Focus on how it feels, how the tips of your fingers and toes feel, how the air surrounding every inch of your being feels. Sink into the relaxation.

Create a Protection Bubble

Visualize this brilliant light expanding outwards from you in all directions.

Blend its energy into everything around you, extending out into infinity. This expansive light is all there is.

Go To The Core

Everything is energy and we all have the ability to transmute and transform the universal geometries. A full energetic healing needs to be coupled with the resolution of emotional traumas.

Emotions and thoughts exist as ‘physical’ energy that we are all able to see when we’re in alignment with ourselves.

When you can follow the thread of an emotion back to its original spark, the first time it really hit you, that’s where a true aura cleanse exists.

Source : thespiritscience.net

Immortal Getes | ROMANIA

Danube’s Cauldrons | ROMANIA

Afraid of our revival, they scattered our strongholds, they spoiled our sanctuaries, just like a curse they brought them down and now we are left only with the Sun. Out of the Sun we have made footways over the forest, over the mountain, beside little hearths. If you take a good look back in the stones, immortal we are…