a solemn promise made to God to perform some act, make some offering or gift, enter some service, or abstain from certain things not unlawful in themselves. It carried the force of an oath.New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures
I awoke from sleep with the words “double helix” in my memory.
I’ve been contemplating ..
Why are these words being downloaded into my consciousness?
I have very minimal knowledge about DNA, and have no clear understanding of its nature.
I sense that I’m being guided to look deeper. Somewhere in my genetic makeup there is a Vow. A promise to remember the Source of Life … to place all my attention on it … to have knowledge of it.
My son, pay attention to my wisdom.
Listen carefully (incline your ear) to my discernment,
So that you may guard your thinking abilities and safeguard knowledge with your lips
For the lips of a wayward (strange) woman drip like a honey-comb(b), and her mouth is smoother than oil
But in the end she is as bitter as wormwood
And as sharp as a two-edged sword
Her feet descend into death. Her steps lead straight to the Grave (Or “Sheol”, that is, the common grave of mankind.)
Look deeper. What is the meaning here?
This wayward woman is the Not Real, the False, the Illusory World.
This Illusory World’s temptations, desires and earthly temporary pIeasures will never fulfill our longing for Truth.
The Illusory World (Maya) has hands that are like prison chains. It pulls us in and we believe that we can’t get out (unless physical death occurs).
When we betray our True connection to God/Reality and place our belief and trust in the world of illusions, we commit adultery, which results in deception of one’s True Self (a forgetting of our true and natural identity as One with God).
A sage named Patanjali described an eight-fold path of yoga, otherwise known as “Ashtanga Yoga” (“ashta” meaning “eight”, “anga” meaning “limb” in Sanskrit).
these are the last 4 limbs of the path to Realization:
- pratyahara- withdrawal of the 5 senses from external objects
- dharana―Single pointed focus on an external object (the Seer observes the Seen).
- dhyana―meditation, a concentrated awareness of the relationship between the subject and the object (The Seer and the Seen are aware of each other)
- samadhi―The subject and object join as One, realization of non-separation, higher consciousness. (Seer and Seen are the same).
What is the significance in all of this?
The number 8 symbolizes infinity … The double helix is an infinite spiral … and something in me remembers that the world of illusions is infinitely unfolding in One Mind (God).