Notes from the Light - February 2010

Within the universe, there exist “core circles,” formations which may be visible or invisible to the human eye. A “core circle” signals the amalgamation of the original element and its spontaneous outer creation, hereby developing a “family unit.”

For example, a crystal such as amethyst houses a core (its origin) and from there grows outwards. If the core is unaltered (pure, uncontaminated), its continued growth outwards will also remain true. This movement can be seen in star systems, energy patterns, thoughts and actions to name but a few.

In your physical dimension, not all “core-existent growth” is witnessed as a circular movement because some foundations follow your linear world of length, breadth and depth.

However, a more expansive language of creation can be seen as circular and upward spiraling formations illustrating the natural posture of sacred expression and higher learning.

We speak of the subject of “core circles” today so that you might contemplate your own spiritual expression upon this planet. Contemplate this: do you acknowledge and cultivate a spiritual core (your origin) within yourself? Do you ensure that through your thoughts, words and actions, the outer expression of this “core existence” is as pure as the core itself? Does your “family unit” radiate outwards to include others?

Moving in circular fashion does not indicate that you are “walking around in circles”! Expressing an outer circular pattern from a spiritual core demonstrates that you are living in unity.

Once you have created and stabilized unity for yourself, you then automatically begin to live in the upward spiral pattern of greater expansion and learning.

These circular and spiral emanations produced from a pure core are to be observed, respected and lived as worthy demonstrations of loving intelligence.

Regiena Heringa
Institute for Spiritual Unfoldment and Interworld Studies (ISUIS)
Institut de l’épanouissement spirituel et des études intermondiales (IESEI)
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