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What is Sacred Matrix ?

Friday, November 25, 2005

… and always the sacred stream
flows in subterranean darkness.
Sometimes its tones sparkle from its depths.
He who hears them, senses a secret that reigns,
he sees it flee, and wants to grasp it,
he burns with a longing for home, for he senses Beauty.
Hermann Hesse
The sacred matrix is the matrix of life itself. It is present in the blossoming of a tree, in the scent of a flower, in the chirping of a bird, in the wallowing of a pig, and in the blowing of the wind. It is present in the depths of the oceans, in the folding of mountains, in the river valleys, and on the mountaintops of eternal silence. It creates the structure of a crystal, a shell, or a dripstone cave. It brings forth the germination of grain, the division of cells, and the play of the galaxies. It sometimes looks out, pure and clear, through the eyes of a baby. Sometimes - in the most beautiful moments of love - it reaches our heart. It is then that we are transformed for a brief eternity and we know the goal of our journey.

We humans have a fine sense for the sacred matrix and we feel it in many things. We let ourselves be touched by it in quiet places, and we seek out certain spots to be close to it. There are certain sounds in the winds of the soul that touch us in the places of our childhood, on the shore of a lake that is as smooth as glass, on the swells of the ocean as the sun is setting, or in the sparkling dewdrops in the morning. Here, very little has changed over the generations. People still climb to solitary heights to watch the sun rise from a ledge and they still look up at the stars at night and connect with eternity. It is in the connection that the sacred is revealed. People visit open churches, breathe the sacred air, hear the tones of organs, and enter into resonance with the sacred matrix.

Already as a child I sniffed at the apple blossoms and tried to find out what kind of bliss this scent reminded me of. I experienced the same thing again, when I much later worked in an orange plantation on Corsica. There was something deeply familiar about this scent, and something endlessly beautiful. It was like the anticipation of a life that encompasses all our longings, all fibers of our soul, and all our human desires. My soul knew of this life and it tried to find it again from within, it tried to recognize it as precisely as possibly and, wherever possible, to realize it. Many people have had such experiences, but only a few have had the opportunity to follow them. Here, what is both hiding and revealed is not only a dream or a longing, it is a reality: the reality of the sacred matrix. We would not have this longing, we would not feel this tone of the sirens in our soul, and we would not have this irrefutable feeling of a deep memory, if this reality were not to exist.

The sacred matrix is the original, trans-historical, non-alienated, cosmic and divine matrix of universal life. According to the plan of Creation for the human being we are to realize it on earth. It appeared to us in our childhood, when the candles burned in the Christmas tree, it filled us with the bliss of first love, and it sometimes crossed our paths at the edge of death. We can never leave it entirely, for we are born of it, we have gone through eons with it, and again and again we have seen it light up at the edges of the roads and the fences of our territory. We met it in the beyond, and we reconnected to it, so that we would never forget it again when we returned to earth. Yet we always forgot it again and we became so accustomed to forgetting that it now only seems like a distant dream to us. But will not this earthly life, that we are living here and now, and that seems so absolutely real, one day when we return to the beyond, also seem like an unreal dream? Have we not gotten to know the game with the many different realities too well to simply see dreams as simply dreams? It is not a dream, but a deep, deep memory, that comes over us when we touch the Sacred, and this memory keeps recreating our longing. In the name of truth we cannot but find and follow the entire content of this longing. For the longing, that is recognized and not suppressed or sentimentalized, is the signpost that leads us to our sacred home.

What will the sacred matrix look like, when it has been realized among humans? There are many images, many fragments, many partial realizations. They come from many different times and cultures. Among them are Minoan Crete, the advanced archaic cultures of pre-history, the era of the temples on Malta, and the remains of the original cultures of peace in Australia, Tibet, Africa, and Latin America. This includes the Bishnoi and the Muria in India - especially the Muria, with the facility they call Ghotuls, a house for children and youth with free, self-determined sexuality. Also, many reports point in this direction: the (colored?) reports by Margaret Mead about some South Pacific peoples (Samoans and the Arapesh Mountain), the reports by Jean Liedloff about the Yequana Indians in the jungle of Venezuela, and those by Dhyani Ywahoo about her people, the Tsalagi Indians. Maybe it included the Queen of Sheba and the equally legendary empire of the Hyperboreans, which is supposed to have spanned from Finland to Greenland (with the capital Thule) during the second millennium B.C. Tradition speaks of a "golden age", and today we can assume that it truly did exist. The sacred matrix has already been realized on earth. We must find it again, not by putting this mosaic together stone by stone, but by entering a state in which it fulfills us automatically, and which shows us a vision of future society. It is the state of connectedness; it is the universal state of being. The sacred matrix always assembles itself by itself, as soon as our consciousness is in the state of the universal frequency. The more often we are in this state, the more we can see, and the more the world can show itself to us in the light of the sacred matrix. It is the self-revelation of a possible life that is inherent in the building plan for human beings.

In this life, there are no laws that are created out of fear, for there is no fear. There is also no violence, for there is no resistance to overcome. There is also no technology that is based on overcoming resistances, for in the sacred matrix we receive the necessary powers through resonance. There is no robbing and no conquering, no unfulfilled hunger, and no consuming needs, for we live on a planet of abundance. There is no humiliation and no cruelty, for we are all beings of the same Spirit and the same life. There are opposites, but no contradictions; there are conflicts, but no wars, there may at times be harshness, but no cruelty. There is no religious disguising or glorification of evil, for evil no longer exists. There are no longer any punishing male gods, but also no female deities such as the Indian Kali, the Greek Artemis or the Babylonian Inanna, wherein the union of good and evil is celebrated. These deities all arose during the patriarchal era, when the sacred matrix had long ago been distorted by mankind's great mistake. The icons of the sacred matrix, which were created during the prehistoric era, no longer exist or else they remain only as remnants. The deities from that time live latently in the present, waiting for new cooperation and resurrection.

While I am writing all this, the sacred matrix is operating like a coordinating program in my cells, as an operator in my thoughts, as a source of my vision. May it transfer to the reader, so that we together can find the passion and the power to bring it onto Earth.

[Courtesy] [The Sacred Matrix] [The Sacred Matrix]

Now i know what is sacred matrix, thanx buddy    

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By Anonymous baljinder on 11/26/2005 10:30:00 AM

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