Time Waves

February 8, 2020 1 By Lance Kelly

The idea of existence enters the psyche on a wave. A wave is a transmitter of reality, resonating at a particular frequency of time. Waves manifest in four varying densities: brain waves, cultural waves, world waves and cosmic waves. The brain processes the incoming wave of reality as energetic pulses of life force oscillating at the frequency of sensory perception. These waves produce the electrical current of the nervous system which, in turn, support other vital functions of the body. Each brain and physical body is programmed to function on a particular time wave, with trigger points for climacteric events during the lifetime including its eventual demise at physical death.

Cultural waves are released from deeper within the psyche, energetically influencing the changing trends and fashions of the times. The cultural wave is the impulse behind the civilising process of humanity as a movement of life towards the ideal of excellence. These inspirational surges update clusters of dormant brain cells and introduce a radical shift in creative self-expression. The Renaissance and the Age of Enlightenment emerged on such a wave, as did the cultural revolution of the sixties. The internet and social media are manifestations of recent cultural waves being dispersed through the global application of modern technology. The effects of the latest cultural wave are most evident in a change of attitude towards the traditional gender roles through sexual diversity and the movement towards a unisex society.

World waves shake the foundations of the human psyche, not unlike the movement of tectonic plates that cause earthquakes on the surface of the planet. These waves are caused by cracks within the psyche, triggering a release of force that was previously inert. Examples in recent times include the terrorist attack on the twin towers in New York, which set in motion a world wave of paranoia leading to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; and the global financial crises during the first decade of the new millennium, which heralded a period of economic uncertainty that continues today. Aids and HIV manifested on a world wave due to the aberration of love and the unconscious force of sexual deviancy that peaked in the decade of the eighties. Coronavirus is the most recent example of a world wave, manifesting throughout the earth as an ongoing symptom of the global virus of discontent.

The most potent wave is indiscernible to the human mind. This is the cosmic wave which, having no tangible attributes, can only be described as ‘nothing’. But inherent in this absence of experience is a cosmic element which is the power of spirit in matter. The cosmic wave has two distinct functions which influence and shape all things in existence. The universal aspect is the evolutionary movement of the planetary consciousness towards a deepening enlightenment of humanity. Although physically evolved as a magnificent vehicle for sensory perception, the human race at present operates well below its full potential as participants in cosmic consciousness.

The individual aspect of the cosmic wave guides and influences the man and woman towards the realisation of their authentic spiritual being. This is the pristine eternal idea within each of us, preserved energetically as the virtue and undergoing in time over innumerable life recurrences on earth. It’s this extra-terrestrial reality which eventually pulls the intelligence back to the source of its conception and negates the need to exist. The struggle and hardship encountered in the living process, both externally and inwardly, is the pressure of the spirit which relentlessly penetrates the resistance in matter. The potential of human evolution is for I, the individual consciousness within each living body, to participate as a wave carrier of this mighty cosmic principle of intelligence.