Seven Dimensions: Pattern

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There are Seven Dimensions within this universe through which light becomes life and gives life.  The Seven Steps describe how energy moves through life in a constant and continuous cycle.  The Seven Dimensions refer to the seven levels of existence and the potential levels of awareness of that existence.

Once any process has reached the seventh Step of Freedom, it will naturally evolve into a new Pattern, which will need Chaos to move it into Completion.  Completion is the Step that will spin any process into its next evolutionary cycle.

Pattern is the summation of the first Seven Steps.

A new pattern has been created and it is that of dominion.  If we express our freedom as an act of empowerment, we are always in dominion.  If at the eighth Step, however, we make our pattern one of going back to some imitation of form, we will immediately create a pattern of reincarnation.  Each cycle is a Circle of Law as we are trying to gain knowledge of Sacred Law and the Worlds of Grandmother Earth.  The greatest karma in any pattern of non-freedom us the separation from or destruction of our connection with the earth.

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Spirit World: Tungashilah

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The Tungashilah are all the blood relations of our toushilahey, our spirit selves and personalities from every lifetime Since Always and For Always.

In the North, we receive with the mind through clarity and caring. Our mind is an open cup, ready to receive from many viewing points and perspectives. When we are open only to one viewing point, we can get tunnel vision. The more ideas and concepts we can receive with our minds, the greater will be our capacity to see many different perspectives and therefore, gain more clarity.

Check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi if you would like to learn more.

Spirit World: Toushilahey

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Toushilahey are all our spirit selves and personalities from every lifetime Since Always and For Always.  Our task is to gain freedom from the cycles of reincarnation and resurrect into enlightenment.

In the West, we hold with the physical body with intimacy. Now, this does not mean to hold as in hold on tight.  It is holding in the sense of transforming energy through stabilization and for utilization.  Think of it as an electrical cord. The body is the structure through which electrical energy moves like a conduit, and provides the transformed energy to turn a fan, or work a toaster, or move the body parts.

Check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi if you would like to learn more.