flexing | December 17 2011
Could everything really have begun with a word with no intention back of it? Could there have been an original causeless cause that simply created – unreflectingly - without intent?
The moment one ponders this question it becomes apparent that something clearly preceded the original sound. There had to be energy, and, more specifically, directed energy. This originator of All That Is had to have, at minimum, Self awareness. It had to be conscious and aware before It could create. It had to be able to distinguish between “this” and “not this.” Finally, it had to desire growth in awareness of its Self.
It seems to me quite a lot had to exist before the “Word” was spoken. The initiatory creative Word had to be carefully, intentionally, chosen. It had to be all-inclusive, all encompassing. It had to build up more than it tore down. It had to be filled with aliveness moreso than negation, compassion moreso than dispassion, orderliness moreso than chaos, and it had to have the capacity to be amused at Itself. All these “moreso’s” seem to reflect the π in the underlying mathematics of this creation.
So, it seems, quite a lot had to be in place before the originating creative source framed the sound of “om” (or whatever) into existence.
What is your word?
Is it filled with light, love, laughter? Or does it weigh down the spirit in heavy frequencies that make experience ponderous and depressing?
It seems to me the quality of your word flows from your intention. What do you intend to produce with your word? What do you desire that others sense and feel about who you are? What, when all is stripped away, is the quality of your word?
If you intend to express the meaning of joy, happiness, laughter – love – then it’s quite likely the words you choose are happy-producing, laughter-filled words that raise the frequencies in and around you. In fact, before you speak a single word your beingness most likely lights up the room even as your smile beautifies your presence.
And so we come full circle, π-ratio intact. In the beginning is intention, and, after that, a word made manifest.
copyright Gillian Grannum – 2011