"How do you know? Why do you say?" They ask me as I declare something to be even though I have no physical proof or reason of knowing that can be seen.
My reply came to be "I get the Wisdom Channel." And although it might sound like I was referring to something on TV, I was not. I instead found a way to raise my frequency to a much higher level of thought than I ever knew could be. And the more I attuned to it, the clearer my reception and perception of it came to be.
The following is an excerpt of another's explanation of different levels of consciousness. I highlight here, the ideas that really caught my ear, the description of this which I so often experience, the "Wisdom Channel" frequency. This place is truly a state of Grace and means more than anything in the world to me. Once one truly becomes conscious of it he will desire no less than total union with this "Eye of God" which sees and knows everything. As Jesus Christ said again and again, blessed are the ones whom have ears to hear and eyes to see.
- Debra Clemente
The wisdom mind... is the field of supreme consciousness. It is the center of bliss; the realm of the Word; the region of the Divine Life stream of the Holy Nahd; the home of the Christ Substance overshadowng each individual.The Wisdom Mind is a heritage of every individual: the mind which is the God-mind of the individual – his own portion of the Universal Divine Mind of God.
The Wisdom Mind of each man, called the Adi-budha, extends above his superconscious and embraces his divine Monad; it is that mind which becomes the seat of wisdom permeating his mental aura. It is the field of the supreme consciousness of man – an estate of rare quality of which he is almost completely ignorant. It is the seat of supreme bliss, the realm of the Word, the field of the Christ Substance, the region of Divinity overshadowing each individual. Adi means supreme, budha interprets to mean wisdom.Adi-budha is in possession of pure truth while all other aspects of the mind are hampered by their imprisonment of the obscurity of life in the physical form. Even the superconscious, an intermediate force operating between the waking conscious and the Wisdom Mind, is tinged with the ignorance, the maya, the illusion of physical life.
Man can no more deny the presence of the Higher Mind than he could deny the presence of animal devotion, even though the animal cannot say the words, “I love you.” The qualities of the Higher Mind are there, but must be perceived by the normal consciousness through Intuitive perceptions. Man must know the love of God just as he must know the love of the animal.
This knowing we call intuition. The rare flashes of communication between the normal mind and the Adi-budha result in our inspiration, our visions, our intuitive discernments, our moments of genius.,. more, rarely yet, the spiritual ecstasies the mystics experi-ence when the veils of consciousness are momentarily parted.
Every mystic, every genius, every scientist, every inventor is aware of temporary penetrations of his consciousness by the Wisdom Mind, He is aware of the action of intuition which darts like a lightning flash piercing his ignorance with knowledge, with understanding and with mental power.
The light of this superior consciousness must act within narrow limits; must subdue and adapt its force to the normal mind substance of the individual; must modify or diminish its dynamo until the original divine luminosity becomes the quality of inspiration rather than pure wisdom. Still the receiver, the mystic, is quite aware of the source of his revelatory vision or his intuitive perception.
One road to attainment of this superior estate lies through the practice of meditation, the inward movement of the mind in constant and ceaseless effort to pierce the web between his external and his super-Self. Breaking this consciousness barrier causes a double action of the cosmic forces of consciousness an upward sweeping of the normal mind into the immutable status beyond and embracing the universal and, at the same time, a descent of light and bliss which, pouring into the lower consciousness, illumines its mental energies.
Only the mystic who has experienced this union of consciousness can be truly aware of the existing gulf between his potential wisdom and his everyday mental level. And yet, the disciple also becomes aware that his higher mind seems to be a reservoir of truth, and that he need not go from his present environment to find the whole of it. He need only unite consciously with his Oversoul in order to find the hidden secrets of the universe.
Receiving the downpour of Wisdom, he is aware of an automatic and spontaneous knowledge flowing in from the higher mind. He is aware of a difference in the process of thinking. There is no need for speculation or for attempting to find answers — the answers are simply there, for the Wisdom Mind is in possession of full truth, remitting vast degrees of knowledge in a single moment. The mystic is aware of the stream of knowledge – energy pouring in like a ray of sunshine, bringing with it true vision, true thinking and true feeling which, for want of a better word, we call intuition,
In this expanded state of awareness the mystic is conscious of the presence of the Adi-budha lying above his normal consciousness like great outspread wings of light. He is aware that the veil of the superconscious, which usually hides the Wisdom from him, has parted.
The mystic is aware, then, of the presence of not only the superconscious but the Wisdom consciousness that lies above it — the seat of the supreme cosmic power of which the superconscious is only an ambassador. The mystic realizes that the superconscious is only an intermediate force between the waking conscious mind and the seat of the wisdom Mind, acting as a protective screen to shield the waking conscious from an unbearable light; for indeed, the conscious mind is engulfed in a darkness which could not receive the direct
impact of the supreme light, except as it pours down through the shield of the superconscious.
.The Difference between the Wisdom Mind and the superconsciousness is that in the field of the Wisdom there is supreme all-knowing truth existing without any method of thought or action. The superconscious, being subject to the world of Maya, or illusion, is aware of the essential truth of things but must attempt to make this truth operable in the world of matter; must find some method of production, some means of taking the absolute truth and making it amenable to the narrow concepts of the conscious mind.
It must find some process of transforming the dynamic power of the Wisdom light so that it will illumine and not destroy the limited field of the conscious mind. It must, in other words, convert the Wisdom into the ignorance, the light into the darkness, releasing only that portion of Wisdom that the conscious mind can contain.
In our separative normal consciousness, for example, all religions, all philosophies, all political theories exist as opposites. Each of these opposites claims to possess that which is right, to be superior in all ways. Each blames the other with falsehood. Each feels a destiny to destroy the other so that its own truth might survive. Each claims to be in exclusive possession of the true path.
The light of the superconscious, if permitted to pierce the ignorance, would refute this claim to exclusiveness. Reflecting the light of the Wisdom Mind, it would permeate the conscious mind with the knowledge that all are necessary to the whole, and it would assign each to its field of endeavor in order to fulfill its rightful place and attain its own realization.
The superconscious, being in some possession of truth, would destroy the concept that all is false except one’s own affirmations. But the superconscious, being only a delegate of the Wisdom, cannot cause a change in the concepts of the conscious mind. Only a down pouring of the bliss from the Wisdom Mind, only an attunement with the stream of the divine Word pouring down from Adi-budha, can bring an immediate dissolution of the ignorance and darkness, and a complete surrender to truth and right understanding.
Thus we can say that the conscious mind is the mind of ignorance, of illusion. The super conscious is the possessor of partial truth, harmony and knowledge, the “Home” of the waking conscious, the subconscious, and the causal force field. The Wisdom Mind is the possessor of pure wisdom, bliss and delight…the Word not yet made manifest in the world of form, the place of the hidden Mysteries where the divinity of the individual resides, reposing in splendid patience awaiting the Becoming of the transient soul.
It is “the Father which art in heaven” of which the soul — groping its way through the depths of Maya, the world of form and matter — is so completely unaware. When he attains the ultimate awareness, man will no longer be “a god in ruins.” He will no longer beg alms from a universe of which he is master and king.