W e l c o m e

Hi, my name is Ford. I have written a book and created this blog to initiate a most enigmatic conversation. A conversation that many of you, like me, have waited a lifetime to have. A conversation that because of various dogmatic features of our society we felt ashamed for exploring. The thoughts and questions were always there, but because of guilt, lack of understanding, and support we have been stifling those questions. Now all of that ends.

Though we are all "One" in a higher conscious self, we have divided ourselves into many for the purposes of exploring various aspects of our own imagination. I encourage "Other Me's" out there to participate in this blog and share your own thoughts on the meaning of life, the nature of consciousness, and your discovery of the true nature of reality.

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Saturday, December 1, 2007

Share Your Awareness Day

About a year and a half into writing this book I had my first of (so far) three "Awareness Days". Each of these days of ultimate recognition of the true nature of reality, left me awe struck, overwhelmed, disoriented and with a slight sense of panic. I can recall very vividly on the second "Awareness Day" feeling like I was drowning in my own reality, not being able to grasp hold of anything that was "real".

After a few days the negative aspects wore off and I found my self mentally swept away in this new appreciation for the magnitude, complexity and sheer graceful balance of the mechanism behind reality. It is within this appreciation that I find myself now. I'm in a perpetual state of awe which leaves me often unable to manage practically anything else in my life. I still long for answers to questions but the questions are answered with each new awareness, replaced by a set of new ones. I can only suspect that this will continue to go on as my conscious self continues the process of remembering what I truly am.

Since writing this book, I have been contacted by many of you who also have recently shared similar experiences. Some e-mails and phone calls come with a sense of urgency and panic, and some come to me in serenity. I invite you to share your personal "Awareness" stories here.


Eschaton 2012 said...

Hi Ford...This is Lynn...I just wanted to let you know that I am here and looking forward to what everyone has to say. About my Awareness Day...it has been a gradual thing for me. I think it started when I was a teenager. But when I was about 28, I had a "nervous breakthrough" and starting noticing a lot of coincidences and synchronicities. And this indicated to me that reality is not what it seems to be. I started to believe that the coincidences were God's way of communicating with me. There is a book about this idea, called "When God Winks"...lately, I've been reading a lot of books (such as "The Secret") about the Law of Attraction. Maybe we DO create our own reality...

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reboundboy said...

Hello Ford

Thank you for your book and for the courage to set up this blog.

You and I are fellow travellers to some degree. I am a composer/producer who met my "Reminder" 30 years ago, at the age of 30. Since then, the practice of awareness has harmonised my life in ways that still amaze me.

"The creation of pure belief", sometimes called "Visualisation" has been referred to in some of the Mystery Schools as "mundane magic". It is indeed magic because it empowers the human being to achieve anything within that being's scope of vision.

The Universe = Nature + "That".

"That" One who we truly are is absolutely separate from all things in Nature.
It has no qualities, it is not a "thing"....it is indeed No-thing. One of the time-tested methods for realising "That" is to search for belief..... however, as soon as a "belief" is coagulated in the mental zone, the individual "identifies" self with that image and is therefore back inside the endless cycle of creation.
When the awareness or Self is introduced to the mental zone, all beliefs, images, opinions, feelings, desires etc are instantly dissipated, leaving only..."That".Thus there is in the Real sense, No-thing to believe in. This is true freedom. This is what has been called "Divine Magic".

I realise this latter idea is not the subject of your book, but I felt sure you were heading towards this conclusion as I read through your chapters and therefore felt it worth mentioning the difference between the two "magics".

I use the word "That" as it is less confusing and carries less baggage than the word "God".

Keep up the good work - I look forward to your next book.

SupaJay said...

I guess my first "awareness day" was a few months ago..I was reading an email from a girl I had a crush on and who made me feel like a kid again. for some reason what she had writtin was not what my eyes were seeing. over and over I would read the email and what I saw was what I wanted it to say, and not what she had wrote.
maybe that wasnt my "1st" now that I think about it. when I was about 3 years of age, I had a dream. in this dream I am a toddler and I was climbing on the kitchen counter and then up on the top of the fridge. as I stood up I felt as though I was weightless. something told me to "leap off"! following this thought, I did. but a funny thing happened, my body didnt plummet to the floor as it should. instead, every molecule of my being spit into a toddler shaped cloud of very small particles and I floated off the fridge...the dream stuck with me and some of the earliest thoughts were devoted to how I could make this possible. how can I break the laws of physics and gravity?(hence the nickname)
I truly believe this was not part of my brain just dreaming, that it was a clue to who we really are where we come from.
TwentyFive years later, I dont believe I can explain my appreciation of this dream I had, but for whatever reason I am glad it came to me at such a young age.

Thomas said...

I think that my first awernest day was when i had gone to bad and sitting there i started planing the next day. How would it go on how wold it happen, i wasn't planing an ordinary day like wake up and go to my usual routine. I was planig that "i will meet with somone and that somone will give me infromation that i needed trough a firend of him". The next day after all this happend to my amaze i went down exacly as i planed till almost to the last detail

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