When travelling through the United States, I was witness to a variety of extremes that happened in the country and as I was looking out for these extremes as I would be writing about them later on, I kept a keen eye out for it. I witnessed a variety of extremes such as the weather from one side of the country to the other, the battle with politics, the environment, belief systems and the list goes on.
Since returning to Australia in November last year, I kept identifying extremes, whether it is in behaviour, in information, in emotions and have been witness to that many different types of extremes that it can be said with empirical evidence that we have been living life bouncing between these various types of extremes.
My own experience in the past few weeks has been navigating these extremes within the emotions and the mind, with fight or flight, with excitement and with fear and it has provided even more evidence into the theory that there is duality playing out in our day-to-day lives. Whether we are aware of it or not, there is a duality based components in all of our experiences.
Duality is defined as an instance of opposition or contrast between two concepts or two aspects of something; a dualism.
The more I've spoken with people over the past few weeks, the more I've observed people struggling with these extremes or intensity. My own experience of experiencing this duality between heart and mind, between love and fear was so frustrating that I got bloody angry at the experience. What I was not experiencing was peace, joy, happiness nor was it neutral.
What I was experiencing is a genuine case of "fight or flight" and this is a trait that is current within the human civilisation and this response could lead to other forms of mental health experiences such as depression and anxiety.
The fight-or-flight response is a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event, attack, or threat to survival. It was first described by Walter Bradford Cannon.
My experience was not about breaking down some blockage, it was not about overcoming fear, it was not about trying to overcome the emotion but it was to embrace it all as one and move into a state of peace or what I believe to be known as the State of Triality. This "State of Triality" is clearly not a common term as when I did a Google search, I found my own website with the reference to it to an article I wrote back in 2016.
The State of Triality is about being free of the state of duality by introducing a third component; spirit
The concept was explained to me back in 2014; they said "You're not trying to balance with duality; you're balancing with triality", it made me think. There is a third component but what exactly is it? This is where I get absolutely confused. Is it perhaps the balance and merging with that of the Spirit Guide (or in religious texts; Guardian Angel) as I have done with the every so beautiful Amy North or is it something more?
Merging with Spirit/Consciousness
With the constant mind chattering and frustration we're feeling, had a breakthrough with working with Mystic (Amy's sister) to help relieve some of the symptoms. This video, Mystic with Amy & myself merge to bring what has been helping me with the necessary healing.Enjoy the experience.Posted by Steven North on Saturday, 23 March 2019
On the 24th of March 2019, I posted a video on my Facebook page at 14:41 where I am working with the consciousness of a specific crystal of mine. The crystal is a selenite cluster that is very fragile but with the magical work of Janine Keall of Psychic Art by Janine, she discovered that the crystal contains the consciousness of a deity known as Mystic, which is Amy's sister.
I explain in the video that Mystic comes with a very disciplined mindset, a leadership mindset which is something that I've been exploring personally since the beginning of the year. With the duality and extremes within the heart & mind playing out, I felt inspired to connect with Mystic and work with her to clear the mind.
Prior to this inspiration, I was sitting outside and in the form of a meditative space and was exploring the emotions that were surfacing. In order to understand what is playing out on the emotional & mental level, we need to sit in that experience to observe what is happening within all the spectrums of the body & its systems. So that we can understand and analyse what is occurring within our own state.
You will see that even before I merge with Mystic, my body begins to change as the loving and supportive energies of both Amy, Mystic & others enter the space. The end result of this exercise was a form of change within my mindset. as I merge with Mystic and out of a duality based mindset. Doing this exercise, although doing it once doesn't make the change permanent, is like taking a pain killer to bring peace into the mindset.
This concept is the same as what I do naturally and that is to step outside of everything and into a void, everything around me becomes secondary and it allows the peace to enter. It does take quite some time to work with it because this technique, also known as "Peace on Demand" does not happen without regular practice.
Earlier today I recorded a video that I put up on Facebook to talk about how the emotions are playing a very integral role right now as these experiences are teaching us more about how to communicate with our consciousness and to navigate these new extremes in a new way. It's one of the many topics that Amy has spoken about in the years of preparing for this.
Listening to the Soul & the Impact
The video above is directly from my Facebook Page - Steven North and I talk about how my own consciousness/soul was redirecting me with what the right path, that the path I was looking at navigating down was not the right one to work with on a full-time basis but as a part-time basis. The mental 'void' as I mentioned earlier was necessary so that I could put the mental chatter aside, not let it distort the systems and listen to the soul.
The purpose of this is to step out of the duality model of operating, to step out of the dualistic thinking and to find a new method of reference within the triality framework. As this is the first time I've really talked about it, I can understand that the explanation could be quite sketchy as I'm trying to figure out how to explain it myself. Hopefully it does provide the beginning of a reference point that we can navigate together and always remember.
Emotions ARE the language of the soul.