Archetype Branching and Shattering Paradigms

There are so many thoughts recently about the One, the Nobody, The Savior, etc. Each thought seems to have its own idea about what this entity is. It is like this entity has different takes on what it is…a He, a Father, a She, a Mother, a God, etc. It starts as an archetype and it branches, splitting into different myths, different foundational ‘Truths’, isolating itself from itself as concepts are crystalized…different laws, different ideas of what it likes…and dislikes. On and on…

We are all so bound by these concepts that have been handed down, that we bind those concepts into our reality. When we bind ourselves to concepts, over time, constructs are put into place to make those concepts a reality into our worldview. And when the concepts turned constructs take root, the favor of bondage is returned…over and over, building and building, strengthening the chains and burying them deeper and deeper, rooting them into further isolation…separating generations further from the original truth…the original archetype. Distortion manifests.

Maybe that is what freedom is all about. Open mindedness, Free Will, Faith in your own self. They allow us to cross the ravines set in place between the branches…between pathways. To have the courage and strength…and resolve to make it through the blind spots inherent in such shadows beneath the walls of the ravines. Faith in yourself to step off the path, and find new ones that others are traversing. Find others to explore with you…helping to leave the isolation behind…finding ways to make it back Home…with friends.

Think of these ‘branching pathways’ with the darkness of the ravines between them…as the universe…

And you thought I was only talking about ourselves…stupid ego…

Paradigms are the concepts we turn into constructs…they then chain us, bind us to them. Embedded in these living concepts they have taken on a reality because we have built them around us, using them as if they were indeed, reality. In order to change the paradigm, we must change ourselves and break away from their thought constructs…so hard to do because we are living inside them…

Concepts are the initial thought forms…we build up certain concepts and begin putting them into relation to our lives. Some we throw out, and some we continue buidling upon, thinking and working out in our heads (and computers nowadays) how we can manifest the concepts into our reality…then, we actually begin manifesting our thoughts turned to concepts as we work out how and if they will be benificial to our physical lives. We begin building the concepts into our physical reality and the constructs are born.

We don’t have to literally build the concepts into constructs like a building, but, like religions and philosophies and ‘law systems’, we build them through communication. When they reach a particular tipping threshold, the collective begins reacting these communicated concepts as if they are a reality, and the communicated concepts become constructs in our lives…we build entire governments and civilizations around the constructs.

Science, religion, philosophies, education, etc are the major constructs…they are the paradigms…or a collective cohesion and working order of multiple constructs.

That is why paradigm change is so difficult. We are embedded in all this…everywhere. And in order to break down a paradigm, many multiples of constructs must constantly be broken down. In order for that to happen, other thoughts must take root, forming the concepts…and with enough influence behind them, they form cracks in the existing paradigms. But, as you can see, it is a monumental task, as others who do not want paradigm transformation are repairing the damage to the existing paradigms with all their might.

So, you get revolutions of sorts, where the influence is great and strong. Punching cracks in the existing paradigms, quick, hard and constant…persistant.

Then the collapse happens, and the world shifts…

– Chad Adams

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