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The DVD, Meditations in TimeSpace, is composed of four multimedia meditations. Each are designed to provide an immersive experience into the consciousness of the WingMakers. The duration of the insight, expansion, or feeling of remembrance is not the critical element. It is the depth of which the feeling and insight is carried into your human instrument.
This new DVD is designed to strike a chord of resonance within the human instrument that helps the individual recognize it is an integral part of an expansive plan that supersedes the personal, local, national, and even global issues and events of our time. These meditations are intended to create new linkages between the individual and the multi-leveled, Grand Universe.
Combines music of Chamber 18 with an original animation of a meditation chamber within a Galactic Tributary Zone. With the superb artistry and technical skills of Goa from Liquid Buddha Studios, this animated film depicts one of the meditation chambers that inspired the Ancient Arrow site. Galactic Tributary Zones are the source of the encoded data streams that constitute the WingMakers’ materials. You can learn more about them in the Glossary.
SIGNPOSTS OF THE FILM:
The three white lights represent the triune personality of an attendant who is within the meditation chamber, serving as a guide to those visiting in their dream state. Invited members of the human race can journey within their soul consciousness to these Tributary Zones and experience the encoded data streams that are uniquely present within these special chambers.
The use of sacred geometry is very prevalent because of its correlation to the universal language of mathematics and its association with perfection and grace. The golden form that morphs into various geometrical shapes is a representation of the Wholeness Navigator – known also as the Merkaba or vehicle of light. This is the form we all take while visiting within these meditation chambers.
This vehicle of light is the divine, inmost consciousness of the human instrument. It speaks using the Language of Light, which are represented as the symbols that flow from the Wholeness Navigator into and through the painting, which are portals of knowledge. Within these portals are stored the encoded knowledge of the Central Race – humanity’s progenitors, known also as the WingMakers.
The “bubbles” that arise from the blue cylinders are representative of knowledge capsules that are stored within these cylinders, or what humanity might call an organic computer. The knowledge capsules are connected to each of the portal paintings and activate when a Wholeness Navigator arrives to the meditation chamber. They are offered as sacred provisions for the visitor and can be absorbed by the Wholeness Navigator as spiritual nutrition that assists in the remembrance process of the human instrument.
The DNA formation represents the bridge between the Wholeness Navigator and the human instrument. DNA is the individual blueprint of spiritual purpose, not merely the repository of behavioral predispositions and genetic traits. DNA is quite literally instructed within these meditation chambers of a Galactic Tributary Zone and can be re-informed to accelerate the mission and purpose of a human instrument.
You can think of these Galactic Tributary Zones as outposts that are constructed for the preservation and transfer of vital knowledge from the Central Race to the Wholeness Navigator contained within a soul carrier or human instrument. Human consciousness is not exposed to this vibration – only the Wholeness Navigator within the human form is permitted entry to these meditation chambers.
The objective of this animated film is to enable the human consciousness to acquire a tiny glimpse of these amazing sites and to better feel the certainty of their existence. What is represented here conforms to the three-dimensional construct of human existence, and it is thus, a shadow-form of the authentic radiance of the Galactic Tributary Zone.
The words, music, and art can reach deep into your psyche and feeling center. For those so inclined, it is recommended to “step” inside these meditations and allow them to touch your inmost self. In other words, lay your defenses down. Approach these meditations from your feeling center and allow them to connect there – not the mind or ego.
This can be achieved by preparation of the human instrument:
1. Create a sacred space. Whether you are sitting at your computer or relaxing in your favorite chair in front of the television, remember that you are not only the body and mind of a personality. Be present as a soul. Prepare the space around you by visualizing a dome of transparent light that surrounds you. This is your sacred space wherein the soul consciousness can arise to the surface of your personality. Invite your whole self to be present.
2. Breathe your spirit. The sacred space that you have created remains a dome of light that surrounds you. It is your presence of spirit. You can breathe this spirit essence and draw it inside your body and allow it to release within you. Take time to breathe your spirit inside you, feeling the light enter your lungs and releasing into your body and mind.
3. Allow your innocence. You can relax knowing you are within your sacred space and that your inmost self has surfaced within this dome of light. You are now better equipped to process the meditations from a perspective of innocence, less mindful to understand and decode meanings, and more willing to simply absorb the experience with trust that its meaning will come to you.
MEDITATIONS 2 - 4:
This second set of meditations combines the music of Chamber 19, 22, and 24 with art and poetry taken from the Ancient Arrow project. The music and poetry evoke a plaintive tone of the individual struggle to anchor spiritual identity in a fragmented world, and obtain a sense of reunion with one’s Creator. The poetry, art and music chronicle this process of separation, despair, a penetrating vision of the unknown, the journey of union, and the ultimate realization of the inmost self as a God-fragment connected to all other God-fragments regardless of form.
These particular meditations are designed to be introspective and contemplative. They are not active animations, as in the case of Meditation One, but rather, they are animated backgrounds intended to focus the mind on integrating the poetry and music. In doing so, the individual can anchor the content deeper into their personality where they can consider its meaning and relevance better.