The Magician- Matrix of the Mind Explored

Posted on April 5, 2011


“…the archetypes are, first and most profoundly, things in themselves and the pondering of them and their purest relationships with each other should be the most useful foundation for the study of the archetypical mind.” – Ra, Session 78




Matrix: an enclosure within which something originates or develops (from the Latin for womb).

Mind: that which is responsible for one’s thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason. Mind is the aspect of intellect andconsciousness experienced as combinations of thought, perception, memory, emotion, will and imagination, including all unconscious cognitive processes. The term is often used to refer, by implication, to the thought processes of reason.

Magician: a person skilled in the mysterious and hidden art of magic, the ability to attain objectives, acquire knowledge, using supernatural or non-rational means.

Consciousness: 1. awareness or wakefulness or the executive control system of the mind or subjective experience. 2. The platform on which everything known in this universe is experienced.

What is the Matrix of the Mind?

“…the name of Magician is understandable when you consider that consciousness is the great foundation, mystery, and revelation which makes this particular density possible. The self-conscious entity is full of the magic of that which is to come. It may be considered first, for the mind is the first of the complexes to be developed by the student of spiritual evolution.” -Ra, Session 78

“I cannot exist separate from thinking, nor can my life move even my hand without thinking. Therefore thinking is before life itself. I could not think if I had not inherited it from the IAM. Therefore He is the Knowledge pervading all life and all corporeal things.” – Oahspe

“All creation is one person, one being, whose cells are connected to one another within a medium called consciousness” – Lawrence Kushner

“The intelligent infinity discerned a concept. This concept was discerned to be freedom of will of awareness. This concept was finity. This was the first and primal paradox or distortion of the Law of One. Thus the one intelligent infinity invested itself in an exploration of many-ness. Due to the infinite possibilities of intelligent infinity there is no ending to many-ness. The exploration, thus, is free to continue infinitely in an eternal present.”- Ra, Session 13

More about Consciousness:

“…consciousness is the microcosm of the Law of One.”- Ra, Session 4

  • Hinduism teaches that individual consciousness (Atman) and universal consciousness (Brahman) are one.
  • Modern day scientists are now theorizing that consciousness is the unified field, closing the gaps in the unified field theory (see video below)
  • Consciousness is unmoved, immobile yet active
  • Consciousness in it’s purest form exists without polarity

Aldous Huxley describes the many levels of awareness associated with the”perennial philosophy,” a term for the highest common factor present in all the major wisdom traditions and religions of the world. The first principle of Huxley’s perennial philosophy is that consciousness is the fundamental building block of the universe; the world is more like a great thought than a great machine. And human beings can access all of the universe through our own consciousness and our nonlocal mind. This philosophy also maintains that we have a dual nature, both local and nonlocal, both material and non material. Finally, the perennial philosophy teaches that the purpose of life is to become one with the universal, nonlocal, loving consciousness that is available to us. That is, the purpose of life is to become one with God, and then to help others do likewise. – Russell Targ, Limitless Mind

John Hagelin, Ph.D has a scientific approach to consciousness and its connection to the unified field theory.

Consciousness has been called awareness of awareness’ and is characterized by novel associations and connections among the various data of experience. Consciousness is like a super nonspecific immune response. The key to the working of the immune system is the ability of one chemical to recognize, to have a key-in-lock relationship, with another. Thus both the immune system and consciousness represent systems that learn, recognize, and remember.- Terence McKenna, Food of The Gods

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