Ultimate Fulfillment 68

by Christopher Lovejoy on July 26, 2015

As I raise my sights on harmony
through the awed eyes of infinity

I cannot help but pose these questions
without expectation of any firm answer:

Am I really moved more by aversion
than by desire to embody freedom?

Do I not ceaselessly escape my life
to avoid, deny, and evade the pain?

Do I wonder why it is so difficult
to hold the feeling of being fully alive?

Or it is that I already know deep down
that the way to freedom is through love?

No matter the burdensome karmic load,
no matter the incessant ups and downs

The best answer to fear and pain is love
informed by wisdom, inspired by passion

Could this not be the ultimate juggling act?

The theme for number 60: harmony with source
The theme for number 61: harmony through unity
The theme for number 62: harmony with duality
The theme for number 63: harmony from creativity
The theme for number 64: harmony through stability
The theme for number 65: harmony with humanity
The theme for number 66: harmony begets harmony (or: nothing harmonizes like harmony)
The theme for number 67: harmony for the sake of divinity
The theme for number 68: harmony through the eyes of infinity
The theme for number 69: harmony with the ultimate

eyes of infinityI have come to appreciate that viewing harmony through the eyes of infinity requires that I set the intention to clear my karma while keeping it clear in harmony with my dharma.

What does this mean exactly?

Well, for one thing, there is no “exactly”. If there were, there would be no need for humility, no need to be humble enough to learn and master the lessons of 4D consciousness and beyond.

A literal translation of the term karma (from the Sanskrit word karman, meaning “action, effect, or fate”) only hints at conveying its truest, fullest meaning. Karma is also best not to be confused with fate, as karma is a much broader concept that includes the influence of fate.

Let me put it this way: if I choose to be conscious enough to indulge myself in any way, I risk becoming a vibrational match for those who do likewise, and if I should have the misfortune of being on the receiving end of the behavior, conduct, or actions of those who do likewise, the resulting pain or discomfort is a blessing in disguise, in that it reminds me of what can happen when I indulge myself in a certain way.

A literal translation of the term dharma (a Sanskrit word meaning “decree or custom”), merely hints at conveying its truest, fullest meaning. Dharma is also best not to be confused with duty, as dharma is a much broader concept that includes the influence of “doing your duty”.

Let me put it this way: if I neglect to maintain a sense of coherence in myself and a sense of consistency in navigating the course of my life, then I risk becoming a vibrational match for those effects, results, and outcomes that reflect this neglect; as I continue to attract the misfortune of being exposed to such effects, results, and outcomes, I remain at risk of being conditioned to perpetuate this neglect.

In light of these interpretative notions of karma and dharma, I am compelled to conclude as follows:

The world as I experience it now is a product of my karma and my dharma – a reflection of my past and a culminated, consequential expression of my thought, feeling, behavior, conduct, and actions.

I like to view the relationship between my karma and dharma in terms of the chakras.

One might view harmony through the eyes of intelligent infinity as a product of establishing oversight of the True Self to negotiate a balance (and do so with heart) between three types of karma (below the heart) and three types of dharma (above the heart), depicted as follows:


chakra-hourglassharmony through the eyes of infinity

what is the next best thing to do?
what is the next right thing to do?

crown chakra: intentional dharma
third eye chakra: intuitive dharma
throat chakra: expressive dharma

the heart of a True Self with No Self
finding balance between karma and dharma

what can I now trust myself to do?
how can I now do myself proud?

solar chakra: karmic fire
sacral chakra: liquid karma
root chakra: solid karma


Solid karma is a product of having lived previous lives in certain ways, which manifest as the way you look or sound, the circumstances of your birth, the basic timelines for your current life established prior to your birth – all of which can only be slightly compensated (sculpted), if at all.

Liquid karma is a product of having lived previous lives in certain ways, as well as the actions you took as a child without full awareness of consequences – those habits of character and tendencies of personality that can be modified in the present, but only with significant effort.

Karmic fire is a product of playing with the fire of your desire, of engaging your drive for meaning and purpose, to shape your spirit, your lifestyle, and your destiny in ways you see fit to choose as being compatible with the heart of your soul as well as the soul of your spirit.

Dharma, in this context, is your sense of order that you establish and maintain in congruence with the natural order, and with natural law, such that your karma and dharma are employed to come to terms with your fate and create a destiny worthy of your heart, soul, mind, and spirit.

We have three ways by which to shape our dharma for the sake of our karma: expressively, intuitively, and intentionally – speaking truth to power and giving power to truth, by following your intuitive guidance while being mindful of synchronous events, by assuming command of your True Self with sacred and divine intent, to bring the power of soul and spirit under sovereign control.

Alright, I’m going to shift gears here and apply the very sketchy outline mentioned above to the serious game of Full Disclosure, or what has also been called Cosmic Disclosure.

For months now, I have been following a number of sources aiming directly for full disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence on this planet in this solar system (Dr. Michael Salla, David Wilcock, Corey Goode, Simon Parkes, and the one who goes by the name “Cobra”) as well as those in support of full disclosure (Gaiam TV, Thrive Movement, Alternative News Project, Conscious Life News).

At present, the hottest ticket to having front row seats to an event (process?) of full disclosure is the captivating new program on Gaiam TV called Cosmic Disclosure hosted by David Wilcock who is interviewing Corey Goode, a whistleblower with some mind-blowing information to share, presently taking the UFO community by storm. Fifty-two weekly episodes are in the works and the first two episodes are free to the public. If you are at all interested in your place in the universe, you will definitely want to start watching this program. My own impression is that the content being shared in this program is plausible at the very least, given the amount of background material that is available for study.

In the very first interview of Cosmic Disclosure, an unusual yet fascinating revelation was made, indicating that we are composite beings (human and divine) whose genetic and etheric makeups have been modified and enhanced by the genetic and etheric contributions of 22 extraterrestrial races (and extradimensional races, 6D and beyond?) in which the genes of these races have been spliced into our DNA over a period of time going back as far as 250,000 years, for reasons that defy any simple and easy explanation, giving us, among other things, a capacity for a much wider range of emotional responsiveness and expressiveness than what the contributors themselves have. By all accounts, we are still a species of cosmic children, relatively speaking, with an awesome potential for advancement in our evolution as a multi-faceted, multi-dimensional species.

infinite wisdomThe heart of cosmic disclosure could reveal just how powerful we can be. All of my efforts over the many months of thinking and writing about ultimate fulfillment has been an exploration of this theme. The tipping point of our power, individually and collectively, could very well revolve around our readiness, willingness, and ability to assume command of our own destiny, which will arrive when we step fully into our power as sovereign, unified, harmonious beings in human form, holding a sacred covenant by which to come to terms with our collective karma to manifest a dharma and destiny worthy of our species and worthy of those who are watching over us.

In my next post, I will endeavor to find harmony with my view of the ultimate.

Image credits: the first and last images used in this post were created by others to inspire us to raise our consciousness towards a realization of the ultimate in personal fulfillment and I will respectfully remove these images from this post if their creators should ever object to their inclusion.

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 69

Note: this ever growing perspective began here: Ultimate Perspective

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