The Core of Transformation

by | Apr 6, 2021 | Philosophy

The world is ‘inner-dimensional’ *1
As such, a slippery slope
Guests we are within it
It’s fueled by love and hope

Essentially, we’re conduits
Receiving, as well, we send
Environment plays its part
An energetic enemy or friend

Receivers and transmitters
Within our daily grind
Assessing all along the way
Judgments calcify what we find *2

Writing scripts for other people
Determining value found about
Assumptions that we honor
Believing outside of doubt

The bumps along the road
Need attention, it would seem
The conclusions, when objectified
A narrow subjective thing

Transformation is not an accident
Part of a daily grind
Either patternicity well maintained
Or to move across that line

The third-dimension, a slave camp
As fiat money has no worth
To see the world through the eyes of GOD
Facilitates a fourth-dimensions birth

To turn attention inward
And to examine what you think
Creates danger for the ego
Brings it to the brink

The ego lives in time and space
t depends on our connections
Teaches us to ‘baffle up’ *3
And seek another’s concept of perfection

To move beyond such boundaries
Requires the force of will
Trusting in GOD’s intervention*4
For strength to climb the hill

Preconceptions are an ego’s tool
In maintenance of the stagnation
Ballast within the world at large
With its hierarchy of gradation *5


[Footnotes: 10/5/20]

*1 This is a term created to express how our internal nature affects the
world around us. The term is not used as it appears to be defined

*2 I originally wrote, “Stuck with judgments that calcify the mind.” As I
typed it, it shifted in my thinking. Our lives give us the beliefs and
attitudes that shape our way of looking at the world. As spiritual aspects
of eternity we become mirrors to each other, allowing us to better
understand who we are to ourselves and by extension to each other.

Because our spiritual connection has been obscured by the presentation of
the reality we’re born into, we don’t really understand how we affect it or
how it affects us.

But, given that we are connected to Source, as we move about our individual
world, stuck with ideas of limitation, we also suppress development of
others. Our own judgments restrict energy flow, as a by-product, we reduce
the possibility of transformation in that which we’re standing against
through the act of judging.

*3 The term ‘baffle-up’ is a made-up term. Mufflers, it’s been said are
constructed with baffles to help reduce noise. Therefore, the term is
suggesting that we keep our mouths shut and rather then honoring the
thoughts in our own head, we dismiss them for want of acceptance from

*4 The term GOD is used because it’s a familiar term. The problem with
using the term however, is that the various works that have been created to
institutionalize the concept of GOD have done so, either ignorantly or
intentionally, to create a gulf between the querent and the Source or
Vortex of reality where everything ushers forward from. We become the
channels through which Source energy operates through.

Doctor Chopra suggests that the ‘word’ GOD if used as an acronym,
represents the process of bringing change into being. Within that context
the acronym represents: Generation, Organization, Delivery. As conduits to
the spiritual/energetic realm we become the tools used within the Unified
Field of Consciousness to bring transformation and evolution about.

*5 Hierarchy of gradation attempts to point to those things that lend or
give humanity a sense of human value. Money, wealth and fame are pretty
prevalent at this point in time.

Linda Brady

Linda Brady

Grandma Linda is a squigily peg in a square hole. Her poetry is aimed at moving the world to love, unity and perfect margaritas. And after years of perfecting the art, she has the skill to paint a better world and make it so.

When she is not serving customers, gazing at rocks, or visiting her grandchildren Linda is writing poetry. And even during all the above activities she has been known to write still.

– Zackary (self proclaimed “Favorite Grandson”)