Beyond the Beyond

There is a suspension of time and space. A swell of energy arises in me that is so forceful that no words can describe it. Swirls of color composed of meticulous geometric designs wash over, around and in me, exploding into radiant golden light. A primordial power of love encompasses me. All concepts of life previously held seem absurd.

There is an endless outflow of creation which cycles back in and then out again. I can not die; I can not go away. I can neither add or subtract. There are no empty spaces. I am and I am not. I feel a sense of pure beingness, oneness, ecstasy, a great sense of stillness, of knowing there are no divisions. I am aware of being joined with the supremely powerful, wise, and loving Presence whom I call, “Creator.”

Now a rush of movement so rapid that I seem to be standing still. When we have gone to the furthermost point…beyond the beyond, I see clearly all that we have left behind. Finally I understand that Creator fashioned an illusion of unimaginable proportion for all life forms to experience limitless possibilities. I also understand that the energy that creates and sustains all is pure love energy called “Creator.”

We come from Creator, enter this world in various realities and dimensions, adding again and again our experiences to that of the Creator. Throughout this timeless period, we grow and develop certain aspects while our core remains the pure love energy of Creator. I was not shown how the story ends with all its particulars, but I emerged whole, with a serenity that can never be shaken, nor taken.

Duality exists to give us opportunity to choose, each choice a lesson. Judging the progress of others or even ourselves is pointless, for nothing is “good” or “bad” but rather it “is.”

Each can have many opportunities to experience Creator, some seem mystical, some rather ordinary. No one needs gurus, courses, workshops, CDs, attunements, or any other being to connect us to the Divine. We are of the Divine and all we need to know is available to us now; we need only go within with loving intention. And so it is. Amen.

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  1. “Beyond The Beyond” is a statement that also used in the 1962 movie, “Al Di La.” During a nice evening at a local gathering place, As the song, Al Di La was being sung, Suzanne Pleshette asked Troy Donahue what Al Di La means. Troy said, “it’s hard to explain, it’s far far away, beyond the beyond, that’s how much he loves her in the song..It was a wonderful movie. I wrote blog posts on “Al Di La,” and “Love, Let’s Talk About It.” You might want to check them out. I wish you well.

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      • “Landing” here is being a joy for me. I’m so very grateful for this experience and this unique opportunity to meet another ONE of myself. Your Truths are my Truths; even y*our booklists share a deep imprint on our harmonic scale.

        When I was awakened in 1972, I was gradually lifted from our Mother Earth’s perspective, to that of a helicopter, to that of an airplane, to that of a spaceship ~ and eventually to beyond the beyond. After the completion of my 44th year, now being in the 45th, I’m finally being flowed to write and share. “The book” is called, “MOONWALKING AROUND THE SUN : My Story of Waking Up as a Spirit Wearing a Bodysuit” (All rights reserved, 2017).

        I am grateful to be united with my*OUR Family of ONE.

        Nikanisitook~Mitakyue Oyasin~UBUNTU~In Lak’ech~ALOHA~ Munay-Ki~NAMASTE

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    • Thank you for your kind words. What is important to me is to know that if an astronaut were to be launched into outer space, with all of the energy that would be needed to travel forever and ever, “beyond the beyond,” that there would be no end to that travel. The astronaut would always be in the Presence of God, with that state of being never ending. The discussion in Al Di La was very much evangelistic, very much a message of the Presence of God. Again, thank you for taking the time to comment on my post. I offer this thought to you in the Name of Jesus, my Lord and Savior.

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      • Thank you for your like of my comment on “Beyond The Beyond,” which was part of a post that I wrote about the movie, “Rome Adventure,” and its them song, “Al Di La.” I encourage others to go to my blog and read the post, and listen to the music. If you search for the movie of song title, you will be taken to the post, maybe posts; the movie and song stay within me.

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  2. Thank you. I have experienced this in synchronicity, meditation, yoga, dance, music and writing. Any transcendent experiences remove us from the narrowly personal. Inspirational piece. Much appreciated.
    Georgia

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    • I’m glad to hear that other people also find their contact with the “is” through various activities. I find it through Ikebana – a Japanese art of flower arrangement. It is minimalist in nature and gives me this pure, surreal experience. It also made me start blogging, although I have extremely busy lifestyle. Still something wants to come to this world through me, wanst to use me as a tool for sharing this beauty. So I obey the calling.

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      • I kind of get what you’re saying, and my own experience was life changing too. I’ve experienced a state where self is gone and there is only beingness, or my own true nature beyond concepts. I haven’t experienced a state like the one you speak, but all these experiences bring us into a very naked nondual state, and I guess just noticing that is important….for me anyway. I just try to be more relaxed in my mind nowadays, and just try to go with the flow a bit more. Things come along that irritate, but eventually they’re released. I guess what I’m saying is that I try not to get too stressed, but this is hard in our contemporary world…at least I can recognise it more! xxS

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  3. Ooh very deep and not sure I understand this quite yet but am fascinated to read more. Perhaps now is not the right time for me as I am facing several life changing issues and am a little all over the place but I WILL come back to you fantastic blog. So many nominations, you must feel very honoured indeed.

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  4. Your writing and thoughts are breathtaking! It is truly a validation of the perfection of timing that until I was ready to read, understand and feel your writing, I hadn’t found your site. Now I have :)! This student, albeit “kinda wobbly” sometimes, is so ready for the truths coming through your poetry and articles.

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    • Thank you for honoring Source of Inspiration with this nomination. If I have electricity and the Internet, I post every day. I try to post a piece every four hours if I am able to do so, although sometimes I must post less. It gives me great joy to do this for the poems also inspire and teach me. big hugs, pat

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    • I feel the same way. It always brings me great comfort and assurance that our Creator is with us and that the purpose of this journey is to learn to love unconditionally as the Creator does. Each experience, each person in our lives are to help us learn this life lesson.

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  5. It’s like walking through the wild woods and you suddenly come into a clearing with colorful flowers, insects and birds. Beautiful to the eye, refreshing within. Thank you for your clearing, it is lovely, and a treasure with wisdom to hear. Namaste

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    • In terms of my experience described in Beyond the Beyond, ETs still come under the illusions of this life. I think of life as we know it on Earth now, as a big theater in which we are actors playing out our various roles, learning at whatever rate we are ready for. The Creator, our “director,” has its own views and reasons for all of this, which is far beyond the scope of this little child. Thanks for the link. hugs, pat

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  6. Hey Pat! You know what, you motivate me and inspire me to write more and more 🙂
    I always like your posts because I love them. Your words have that power of attraction that they make me to re-blog it.
    Keep up with the good work Pat 🙂
    and thanks for Inspiring me 🙂 🙂

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  7. we are from the sun, of the sun, and like the sun, we shine when we love. but the mountain must be climbed for us to reach the sun. we create love by being loving, jealous love counts for zilch, or me love as it is called, and those who give kindly, give the most of all. what about the love that is killed when we turn on children before they are of the age to know, like forcing a plant to grow up faster, there are many questions that have to be asked..amen

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  8. Thank you for bringing me to your blog. It has helped ease a sense of loss I am stuck in at the present moment. This desolate feeling hits at random moments and seems to be sucking any true creativity from me. Your words have given me a ray of hope.

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    • Though I welcome you and am happy that you find hope here, it is Source who guides you. When we have these times of despair, remember that our descents are but a time for reflection, for change, for growth. Our lives are a series of assents and descents. The deeper the descent, the higher we climb on the ascent. Just keep asking, “what am I supposed to learn now?” There are always lessons for each of us. Come here and read the poems for they are rich with hope, wisdom and guidance for they are from Source. As for your creativity, it is one of our best tools for linking with our Creator. Sometimes creativity is just a matter of “suiting up and showing up.” I have a set time each day to write and do so even when I do not “feel like it.” I go within and ask for help…it always comes in one form or another. Thank you for sharing. Please feel free to come and to comment as much as you wish. You are not alone….ever! hugs, pat

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  9. thanks for following my blog and a special thanks for bringing me here. I look forward to exploring what appears to be something which will resonate deeply within me. Again, much thanks.
    with love light and JOY

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  10. I have read many of your posts here and I found myself wanting to comment on almost every single one. So much of what you say resonates so profoundly with me, echoing the very things which I have come to know and accept but which I thought few others had ever thought about. One thing that I have found to be true is that the answers to all the questions we ask are all around us all the time. Nature is my teacher in this journey through the world of matter, so much wisdom and truth is contained in each and every living thing. Man is a microcosm of the macrocosm, to truly understand the universe and everything in it we have only to look within ourselves.

    So very glad I found your blog, its rare to find a voice that speaks so much truth!

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    • Thank you for your beautiful words. Please feel free to comment as much as you wish. Our interchange with each other helps us to know we are not alone. Much love and light coming your way. hugs, pat

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      • You are very welcome Pat. I will definitely comment to my hearts content now. I always like to be respectful though and not overwhelm people with too many comments at once because I know many others are commenting as well. As the rivers flow to the sea may love and wisdom, to you, flow endlessly! Erik

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      • This blog has developed a life of its own. People come and often share their thoughts, poems, even YouTubes. Each is an offering to another who may need just the thing you shared. I encourage this sharing for each of us is from Source and has the ability to touch the hearts of others. Share as much as you wish. hugs, pat

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  11. I just discovered you are following my blog “A Way With Words”. I am grateful you have stumbled across my corner of the blogosphere and that you have found my writing worth following. I will be following your work as well. Perhaps we can encourage each other along the way.

    Thanks again, Tony “indytony” Roberts

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    • Thank you, Alison. I used to travel a lot and enjoy reading your blog. These days, I no longer wish to travel but rather live a more silent, secluded, contemplative life. Beyond the Beyond is what is growing out of this type of life. Hugs, pat

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    • Thank you, Marilyn, for all the years of your wisdom and friendship. Our journey together has certainly been amazing to say the least. I have missed your blogging. Nice to see you here today. hugs, pat

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    • This vision changed my life, truly a huge gift from our Creator. The photo is from the Hubble collection, I think. Thanks for your presence here Renate. I enjoy your blog very much. hugs, pat

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  12. Amen. Truly you have hit the nail right on the head in your realization of knowing that there is so much ‘beyond’ what human beings have accepted as ‘reality’. Wouldn’t it be awesome to be able to show what we have seen to others, or are we already doing that with the work which we have offered? I know that when I have read your work I often see through the words into the place that we both speak of as the ‘beyond’, but is that because I have seen it for myself? Is it possible for us to evoke in others our own personal visions or must they first see for themselves through their own spiritual experience? This is one the questions which I frequently ponder…Thank you, Pat, for sharing your vision. There is much to be said for knowing that we are not alone in our realizations. Much love to you always, Zor’ra

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  13. Precious words – I particularly applaud the last two sentences. The time has come for us to move in rhythm with the beat of our own hearts, knowing that we already know what is right for us. thank you!

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    • Thank you for nominating Source of Inspiration for this award. Unfortunately, because of time constraints, I can not comply with the requirements, but love that you nominated me. hugs, pat

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  14. Lovely! With the picture and your text, you express your own relation to life in your own way, and in a way that’s what it’s all about.

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