Ultimate Fulfillment 43

by Christopher Lovejoy on February 1, 2015

This past week saw me take a keen interest in reconnective healing (introduced by Dr. Eric Pearl in the mid-1990s) and the body of principles known as natural law (presented by Mark Passio).

With the second, I’ve been working my way through a lecture presented in one video that is almost nine hours in length. With the first, I’ve been reading a fascinating book called The Reconnection.

Integral to my interest in approaching a realization of the ultimate in personal fulfillment has been my intention to cultivate a balanced yet dynamic context for creating, exploring, and maintaining a felt capacity for ordination, which is a step beyond manifestation.

With manifestation, we set an intention and wait patiently for the universe to guide us towards its realization, while taking the necessary steps along the way, doing whatever it takes to realize our desired outcomes. With ordination, the manifestation occurs rapidly, within hours, minutes, or even seconds, but for this to occur consistently, at will, my inner guidance is telling me in no uncertain terms that a reverence for life and a genuine sense of humility are required.

In light of this distinction, the author of The Reconnection wrote something rather interesting …

If we were able to make our own choices as easily as we were able to select a shirt or a slice of pizza, I’d certainly choose to be happy, healthy, living in a loving relationship with a partner who fulfilled my every wish and need, and to be prosperous in the career of my choice. And, while I was at it, I’d choice to be incredibly good-looking (what the heck!). I know that a lot of you would choose some of these very same things. I also know that if there was a pill that could give this to us, we’d all be at our doctor’s office first thing in the morning, standing in line for the prescription. So why don’t we all manifest these things in our lives to the degree we think we’d like? Because the part of us that does the choosing isn’t the part of us that many would like to think does the choosing. It’s not the conscious part of us that decides upon the blue shirt or the pepperoni pizza. It’s the part of us that sees the big picture, the overview of our lives. It’s the part of us that has the understanding that we’re going through our lessons here on Earth and that our experiences are to be played out within certain parameters – those that we most likely agreed upon prior to incarnating this time around. (emphasis in original)

~ Dr. Eric Pearl, The Reconnection, p. 213-214

It’s not often that we have the pleasure of reading someone who can talk about “incarnating this time around” in the same breath as “being able to make choices as easily as being able to select a shirt or a slice of pizza”, especially someone who has served as a catalyst for healing serious ailments, diseases, and injuries with his eyes or hands almost instanteously by restoring, as I understand it, biophotonic and informational order to the body’s morphogenetic fields.

So, why do we not all manifest these things – health, happiness, loving relationships, a prosperous career path, the ultimate slice of pizza – in our lives to the extent that we think we would like?

Because the part of us that does the choosing is not the part of us that many would like to think does the choosing.

When we take a moment to think about it, our consciousness, as powerful as it is, is but a spotlight on the stage of life. Embodied by the human form, consciousness can only receive and transmit relatively few pieces of information at a time, and even if consciousness could do this rapidly, it would still be constrained by a finite linear sequence, and even if conscious parallel processing were introduced in the human form, consciousness would still be restricted by the number of linear sequences.

It’s not the conscious part of us that decides upon the blue shirt or the pepperoni pizza. It’s the part of us that sees the big picture, the overview of our lives.

Now which part of us is that? Which part of us can see the big picture? Which part of us has an overview of everything we’ve ever seen and known, thought and felt, said and did, through many lifetimes? Might it be the most intimate part of ourselves, the ego? The soul? The spirit? The heart? The mind? The Self? The Higher Self? A Cosmic True Self? A conscious part of ourselves? The subconscious part of ourselves? The superconscious part of ourselves?

It’s the part of us that has the understanding that we’re going through our lessons here on Earth and that our experiences are to be played out within certain parameters – those that we most likely agreed upon prior to incarnating this time around.

Perhaps it’s also the part of us that undergoes The Life Review after we pass into The Great Beyond, temporarily or permanently, but these questions go begging: what if we accelerate our learning to complete our lessons in this lifetime? What if the experiences we choose to have take us beyond the initial parameters? My sense is that by treating soul and spirit, fate and destiny, life and lifestyle, as paired objects of inquiry in a cosmic context, we can begin to transcend the initial Plan and Purpose, with a view towards manifesting desired outcomes as quickly and as easily as catalyzing and bringing about near-instantaneous healings. Towards this end, I’ve added more content to my resource on coming to terms with fate, starting here: Let me start with a deceptively simple example from my own life to illustrate some very basic distinctions, before building on what I’ve shared so far to generate a clear, concise, and comprehensive context of inquiry.

Note: my evolving outline on the ultimate in personal fulfillment can now be found here, accessible from the nav menu under “Be Here Now”. I’ll be sure to inform readers of any updates.

Next: Ultimate Fulfillment 44

Note: this ever growing perspective began here: Ultimate Perspective

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