Chatter 1

 chatter 1  dhyaana   —     symbolic language of myths and kvæði, allegory in god-spells

i am telling thee one thing:   we are ginnungagap

we are the great void, the womb of the universe, the Fullness, Truth, Eternity, Reality, Divinity.

Óðinn given to Óðinn, my self given to my Self (Hávamál) —    gnoþi seauton (know thyself)

Heimfús
heimfús

 heimfús

every horse is willing to run home  —  heimfús  —  no effort needed!

so is our mind, our thought, when we allow ourselves to transcend;
it is automatic;
we are going home;
the world is our home, and our real home is ginnungagap, the ginn-holy gap, and we are It.

all effort and strain only spoils the effort of the seeker of Truth;
—  the pathless path inwards into the self-referral state is effortless; no obstacle exists.

irminsul
irminsul

hast thou ever thought of irminsul in this way?
the roots of askur yggdrasils are three; we are man-trees,

fórn (sacrifice) is when our thought gets sacrificed (fórnað = given, brought) into ginnungagap to become It exclusively;
the only fórn (sacrifice) needed

human thought is all-worldly, and is left in the sphere of creation when we transcend,

but our core and essence (higher Self) becomes Itself only:  ginnungagap, brahman, the unified field of all the laws of nature.

we expand to infinity.

hamingja
hamingja

hamingja gained is:  having imbibed the divine goddess Sun into the body, into every our cell;

hamur, hamsa, is a guise;
this we do, of course, fully alive, in one of our ævi (one of our life-spans)

we become enlightened one day

cycles
cycles

this pix shows our valkyrja — i.e. an act of transcending, as she serves consciousness (Óðinn)

this pix shows the cycle:  Óðinn Vili Véi (creation of matter/energy) and jötnar (eotens), eaters, corrosiveness, the decomposition, ridding us of all imperfect attempts to create;

only the perfect is here to stay, everything imperfect gets recycled

Óðinn is consciousness, knowledge, rishi, Hilbert Space,
Vili the will to know and the process of knowing, devataa, operators,
and Véi that which can be found  chhandas, States

the perpetual process taking place in the self-referral state:  consciousness, pure knowingness

and we see (on this pix) the three guna, the sattva rajas tamah, the three qualities of Nature, that rule the whole created world

they are our þursamegir III

the only way to get a break from them in life, is to transcend
and that is easy if/when we have the technique to perform our daily valkyrja (yagya)

the whole life is consciousness and energy;
we are no exception from that

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a spiritually-minded man knows why we are living each life-span, ævi;

we are not here to work and have some kids, man!   we are here to evolve;

each man must take his next step from the very spot on which he is; that is living sva-dharma, our own evolutionary path, our own life;

and we are heading for Valhöll (cosmic consciousness), where we start “seeing” that the created world is aloof from its origin, ginnungagap, and “see” that we are It, not our body

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We are ginnungagap

our body is transient, ever-changing, unstable, matter and we live in one (body) that we make, one transient body each life-span, ævi.

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i am the god of my body;

i create it, live in it, eat and think and have good emotions to sustain it for a whole ævi (life-span)

the whole thing is consciousness and energy, and i am in charge of myself

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i, the real me, am ginnungagap, pure consciousness, and the created world has no connection whatsoever to It;

but it is in it and of it;

on this pix we also see Óðinn Vili Véi (creating),
Urður Verðandi Skuld (karma, our doings and their coming back to us),
the three guna sattva rajas tamah, þursamegir III, rulers of the world,
and Fenrir (Fenrisúlfur, evil doings) – not in fetters

but i am not the creation;

i am the ginn-holy origin of all

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evolution of an individual

to begin with. we see little connection to the inner Self, and that is ósvinna (ignorance)

by performing a Valkyrja every day (transcending), we gradually imbibe into our body the divine essence  —  our real Self, Óðinn as a higher Self of each man

this is the purpose of our living a life

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valkyrja is born along with man   —   Askur and Embla are man-trees

this means that animals (dýr) do not have the evolved nervous system of man, and they cannot, therefore, perform a valkyrja, i.e. animals cannot transcend with the technique we learn;

we are man-trees, just like askur yggdrasils is a tree, rooted in the unified field of all the laws of nature, and we are in core and essence the ginnungagap from which all sap of life is drawn

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Þjóðvitnir shows us the lure of matter;   Þjóðvitnir explains the mistake of our intellect;
-how?
-in the way that we do not see (with our worldly eyes) that the world is a Schauspiel of instable matter/energy, the field of change

Þjóðvitnir calls this his delightful rútsiban/rodeo,
it throws us, unwilling, up and down, and we sometimes take part in his show for a whole life-span without finding the way out  —   even without knowing that there is a way out !!!
-why?
-because no-one is there to tell us

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this is transcending

our mind works on the sphere of creation;  mind is made to think, look for joy, contemplate;

we have to sacrifice (fórna) our dear thought,
thought becomes still, pure thought,
and gets lost(!!),
and we thus sacrifice our individuality for a while, and are ginnungagap only, Óðinn higher Self, for a while,

as our individuality expands to infinity

nýsa niður (transcend): Hávamál, vísa 138 and on

then we fall from there again, endowed with fimbulrúnir, skill in action, as we, now, have had a sip of the mead of wisdom

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we cannot just use the surface of vor forni siður (our ancient tradition), and the less should we try to copy it and use it for a simile;
cloths and flowery words are a useless surface only; but can be dangerously luring, like fake-silver, fake-gold  –  for the ignorant man

the core and essence of vor forni siður cannot be seen with our worldly eyes, and neither perceived by thinking about it;
-why not?
-because the mind cannot enter ginnungagap;  we are It (Brahman), but thoughts are all-worldly stuff

thinking about gods and ginnungagap is not at all the act of transcending  –  it is a worldly thought only

it is difficult to explain the origin of all, as our 5 senses only perceive the created universe

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goddess Syn has to be explained to thee

she is a sieve, sía, that filters synþ (sin), ignorance, and lets into Glasir only the pure thy-self

sin, synþ, is impurity, and we have to get rid of that;

the only way is to purify, vígja, oursleves  — by transcending every day;
gradually, we get rid of ignorance, synþ, sin, impurities, gruggur

Satya, sannur, satt, (Truth), goddess Syn

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Syn is like thy own mother if thou werest going to enter the house right from the cow-shed

what would mamma do?
say no no no no!   thou hast to wash thyself, my lovely!

she never said that the bairn were not allowed to enter into the clean house;
she only refuses (the verb synja means to refuse) the filth (in this metaphoric case: ignorance)

satyam (Truth) always triumphs

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this pix is an attempt show what we see and what we do not see —  with our worldly eyes, that is

Gróa, the mother, knows 9 galdra góða, numberless good magic;
that is because she has access to the abyss of vor forni siður

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these body-cells are full of stress, ignorance, gruggur, filth, sin, synþ

ginnungagap is within every cell, and the cell is It in essence;
but if we do not transcend, we risk losing the path-less path inwards, and never to imbibe our fimbulrúnir;

a path that is not trodden gets lost in weed and tall grass (Hávamál)

such an ævi (life-span) without transcending is useless, un-used, lost time, life in ignorance

performing a valkyrja, transcending, is a purifying act, sacred purification, delightful, effortless, nourishing (gives fimbulrúnir)

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and gradually our body-cells become pure, purified, –  that is: if we transcend every day,

and we are young all our life, and when we die, how-ever old we become, our body-cells are young and pure;
i.e. the gods love those who die young  —  in this way — how-ever old we become in years, we are young (meaning biological age) – and so we are loved by our inner gods

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seest thou what i mean by dýr (animals),
then men that live in ignorance (that cannot be called men),
and those men who have purified themselves to become enlightened:

animals do not have a human nervous system, Sleipnir, so they depend upon mankind’s behaviour only  –   and animals follow their natural instincts, not discriminating nor understanding life.

some men are dragging the animal-stage along with them into human life —  can be called: an animal walking on two legs — and that means a life-span in ignorance and base behaviour

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this is of utmost importance to understand:

all matter/energy has its origin in the unified field of total natural law, we know

and

so does the human thought  —  know: this is the very way into our origin  (back home)   – pure consciousness.

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Þund is the all-powerful dharma, “that which upholds”

Þór is the strength and vitality in us, and he is electricity and power  —  in the world and in us

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nirvaana  —  in lognfara lundu Barri (see Edda-poem Skírnismál), there is no time, no space, no thought  —  only the self-referral ginnungagap

–    all is in cycles  –  cycles carry us forward

Váli, the valur (hawk, haukur) of morning   —  in a symbolic sense
Baldur the brightness, our inner sun
Víðarr, the way into the unbounded wideness, gladness  —   i.e. Glaðheimar of Óðinn

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siður seiður  svadha  sidhya  siddhi  –  words of Sanskrit origin

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Ymir, the sounding, is the created universe;   what we hear feel see taste smell ,…..  with our 5 worldly senses
(hold Ymis, Ymi’s flesh)

hodd goða is the spiritual value, the gold of the gods and goddesses in us

in the transcendence we find our Self, and we are It in core and essence

we only live in the world ævi after ævi  (life-span after life-span) —  in order to evolve

just if we knew that !   –   someone must tell us !

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Freyja and her precious jewel Brísingamen, the brightest of creation — i.e. mankind

she guards us well, her precious gem

Freyja is a space-time foam bubble – one of countless  –  and so is Afrodita too:

our universe.

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askur yggdrasils, the tree of life, has 3 roots;

where from comes the nourishment –  the sap ???

drasill is a word derived from the root dris, to see (see as a seer, not only with worldly eyes)
askur tree
yggur  (perhaps:) mind or thought

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what i am telling thee here should not be told to the ignorant man:
we actually do not perform actions, as nature and the 3 guna carry this out!!

we should not tell this to the ignorant man;
the ignorant man might blame the 3-guna (qualities of nature) for his wrong-doings, playing as if he were not responsible and as if he were not to blame for his actions

the enlightened man performs actions  —   evolutionary actions only, as his nature is pure —  and gives an example of being active in the world

so the ignorant performs actions, responsible for them, and he should learn TM (transcendental meditation technique) in order to purify himself

so his actions become of higher quality

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Askur og Embla are man-trees;  —   they were on the beach, inert, before gaining human lives:
the abyss is Ægir;  Ægir is within us;
Valkyrja is born along with men (the serving-maid to consciousness, individual Óðinn);
Óður Hænir Lóður bring the gifts of humanity to humans;
Njörður is our origin in the sea, and Freyja the foam (afros, as in Afrodita),
—– and it has taken us millions of live-times to end up as humans

 

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