Haven’t you slumbered long enough? Do you not know at this stage in the game what you are supposed to do next? Are you caught up in the very act of looking for secrets and mysteries, instead of simply living your life?
You want to find some kind of drug to help you. A drug that makes you richer, but not meanly rich. You want both material wealth and the richness of having a brain full of ideas and memories of grand experiences.
The drug you seek might be the very one you’ve used to practically destroy yourself over the years. Yes, the imagination.
You stopped believing in the power of your imagination to produce anything of value, because you were going about it all wrong.
You imagined that some wonderful super hero kind of ability would suddenly appear inside of you, and you’d be able to move cars with your mind and telepathically convince women to go to bed with you. You had the maturity of an eight year old boy as you went about your business with your imagination.
Of course, the real world let you down, as it should. Nobody has any right to become a petty tyrant, a shallow, perverted slavedriver of other souls. You can thank the Lord for making this reality one that pushes back hard when you try to push on it with the hands of a pervert.
Your hands weren’t made for doing filthy deeds. You have the hands of a doctor and an artist. With the right kind of attention to your imagination, heart and hands, you could be creating the kind of artwork that is only seen in other dimensions beyond the ones your eyes and 3D hands know.
The birth pains of our troubled humanity are such that we have successfully gone from being people mired in superstition to people who demand evidence and facts to build our internal cities of truth. The real crisis is coming, though, in which some of us will completely forsake our spirits forever in the naive hope that we can exist in our 3d bodies independently of any force field or energy yet undetected by scientific instruments.
The rest of us will be divided into those who fall back on utter superstition–reaching out and clinging to any spiritual force that happens to visit us. We might become in league with the devil, or we might not.
What you have to do is develop a body of work that is essentially a living manifesto for how to be, which relies on creating imaginary objects with your head, heart and hands — objects that can be used as tools to heal others, grow plants, and help unblock obstacles created by crises of reason, when those who live by reason alone become filled with despair because they have abandoned all faith and hope.
These imaginary objects are not in the domain of witchcraft, nor are they in the domain of any particular religion. They are yours and yours alone to use, but you may call upon the help of the Lord Jesus to purify and sanctify them, so that they do not become tainted with Evil.
The first imaginary object that you will create is a simple large sphere of blessing and healing. This sphere will expand to fill the room you are in and act as a medicinal treatment for your anxiety and the anxiety of others. It does not claim to relieve you of other aches and pains, nor does it propose to heal physical ruptures that should require the attention of a medical professional.
The second imaginary object that you will create is a simple large pyramid of wisdom and knowledge. The pyramid will help you to refocus your mind when it wanders, and keep you from straying down rabbit holes of unnecessary inquiry. It will help you retain what you are learning, and give you insight into new paths of inquiry that you should be following.
The third imaginary object that you will create is a simple large cube of beauty and harmony. This sphere will help you to seek out the beautiful and the sublime in this world, and see more deeply past the superficial elements of beauty professed by this generation. If the underlying structure of a thing is of a nature toward chaos, violence and disorder, the cube will help you avoid the thing, even if on the surface it is quite aesthetically pleasing.
The fourth imaginary object that you will create is that of a large corkscrew or drill bit type object, which embodies faith, hope and love. These are the three that together can cut many of the knots created by overuse of reason. (Of course, faith, hope and love can cut through situations in life that are riddled with purely material obstacles as well!) Overuse of reason comes when it tends toward imaginary scenarios that are not backed by any true world experience or evidence. Reasoning born out of such imaginary scenarios is not necessarily bad, and can become sublime in the case of great philosophy and mathematics.
But, such reasoning can also be perverted or used to justify any number of untenable or downright evil endeavors.
With a large corkscrew object of faith, hope and love, you can cut through crises where it seems as if there is no way out, no good exit.