The Illusion of a Veil

This writing does not comply with common spiritual belief yet that in itself does not mean it lacks merit.  In this post-shift era it’s time to begin dispelling old myths about spirituality.

The concept of a Veil separating our three dimensional world from a multidimensional existence is a product of our unenlightened linear consciousness.  There is no separation of dimensions except in our perception which cannot recognize what is beyond its understanding.  As we gain understanding becoming more enlightened we begin to see past those limitations but only proportionally gaining access to what we’re prepared to understand.  In that the so called Veil works as a self-limiting illusion keeping us back from what is not being perceived.

The Old Soul has a great reserve of learning yet even then what has been learned before is called to be subtle in nature.  That understanding quietly slips in from our Akash “under the radar” becoming incorporated with our current linear consciousness otherwise those “crazy” thoughts could be rejected before any contemplation took place.

To venture beyond the so called Veil there’s nothing to cross and nothing to go through other than our own perceptional limitations.  Our consciousness relates to everything by comparing it to past experience.  When we experience something which does not correlate to any previous experience we’re at a loss to understand it causing the consciousness to take wild guesses at what it could be.  The “other side of the Veil” is to our limited perception like a pool of everything without separation so there’s nothing we could relate to except Love, Joy and Laughter although in most cases our linear consciousness would be too confused to sense it.  In our less enlightened state we think in a very linear manor so what is greater than 3D would seem chaotic to us.  What we call chaos is only an order beyond comprehension to our linear consciousness which is comfortable in 3D.

An analogy of the Veil would be to stand in the dark holding a flashlight looking into the thickest fog you’ve ever seen yet this fog is ten times thicker.  It’s so thick you can’t see your feet.  This being a special fog each particle is reflective so when we look at it we see a distorted reflection of our own existence.  To see past it requires a greater evolution in consciousness known as enlightenment.  We each have our own illusions to see past so the extent to which we overcome the illusion of a Veil is directly proportional to our understanding.  This would explain why some see and understand what is not seen by others.  Like for instance, the nature of the Veil. (lol)

For centuries those with sight or insight have attempted to look past the Veil with limited success based on their level of understanding although all say “there’s something blocking my vision therefore it must be a Veil.”  Now for the joke.  The truth is there’s no Veil.  All along we’ve been looking directly at it, that fog (Veil) IS multidimensional existence.  To our linear consciousness it’s unrecognizable yet it containing all that is without structure, differentiation or boundaries (no dimensions) as we could perceive them yet harmony is everywhere and in everything.  As we gain more understanding we’re able to perceive order (aka seeing through the Veil) where none was noticed and see the I AM consciousness glowing with its own Light.

Note; I started writing this weeks ago a bit at a time.  Guidance was attempting to show me the simplicity of it but I didn’t get it until the last paragraph.  We’ve been looking at the Creative Consciousness all along yet we didn’t understand what we were looking at.  Since we couldn’t recognize what we saw it must be a barrier.  It’s really funny how we misperceive things for so long without examining what we hold as truth.  We just believe them because we were told those were true.

 

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