Monday, October 27, 2008

Highlands Earth Vision: Stob Coire Celtic Seer

There seemed a great imbalance in heaven and earth. Many people of the earth planet were getting sickness of heart and mind. People no longer respected each other, and worst of all people no longer respected the earth mother. There was a great destruction and killing of the plant-animal brothers and sisters that did not have to be. Greed and waste became important gods of the cities, seeming to rule the earth at this time.

To understand the consequences for the people of earth if they continued to turn against one another, and live their false path of hatred and destruction, I walked far into the mountains of the Northwest Highlands seeking an answer. As I came to the top of the valley, I saw a tall cloaked and hooded man with golden antlers and bright blue ancestral eyes. The Native People called him Cernunnos. He is the spirit of nature.

I climbed higher as the hooded man floated out of reach, like a rainbow whose end you can never touch upon. He seemed far beyond my troubled and inquiring mind. I received an impression of timelessness and love beyond all sorrows of the present earth. 

Celtic Seer: The struggle of the masculine rational mind to control and perfect life is creating an imbalance... How can the Seers hope to rectify this imbalance?

Stob Coire nan Lochan: For thousands of years the masculine, linear, rational energies have take an out-of-balance form on the earth planet, suppressing the natural and spontaneous fluid nature of the life giving feminine underground springs.

Celtic Seer: The male and the female forces are at war with each other.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: This is a natural occurrence when the masculine and feminine principles are not inwardly aligned with their own true force. Outer conflict is a result of inner misalignment.

Celtic Seer: The one who brutalises the other is actually out of balance with their own true inner principle.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: The conflict means that the spirit inhabiting the physical vehicle on earth is at war with their own inner powers, their own state of balance, sense of oneness and closeness to the spirit that moves through all things.

Celtic Seer: They are at war with themselves.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: ...and they externalise it.

Celtic Seer: What will bring balance to such a creature?

Stob Coire nan Lochan: Compassion.

Celtic Seer: But they have no sense of compassion.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: There will come a moment where they will have to discover this compassion for themselves.

Celtic Seer: The hatred is internal, not external.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: The hatred is an illusion. One that dissolves in the inner light of compassion.

Celtic Seer: They hate themselves?

Stob Coire nan Lochan: They lack compassion for their imperfections.

Celtic Seer: This creates fear.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: Fear of the unknown.

Celtic Seer: Because the unknown is love.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: Because love is the unknown.

Celtic Seer: Healing divisions is knowing the other though knowing oneself.

Stob Coire nan Lochan: You see how the environment of the mountains has transformed over the last ten thousands years of your inhabitance. This spontaneous transformation is encoded in your DNA, and your spirit understands the original frequencies powering out of the earth at this time.

Keywords: Black Elk's Vision -