Access the Narrow Gate for COVID-19 Immunity
Matthew 7: 13-14 puts it: “enter ye through the narrow gate, for wide is the gate that leads to hell”. Indeed, a very telling verse. What specifically is this instructive verse pointing at in relation to Coronavirus? How should we interpret this verse with regard to the spread of the coronavirus in terms of general health?
Things in this area ought to be a lot more clear by the end of this article. In terms of COVID-19, we are not powerless at all; in fact, the opposite is true.
The reality is that we are all internally equipped with dynamics of prevention and healing, specifically with regard to the situation as it relates globally.
Scriptures, however, only have intellectual value until we consciously connect with this protection dynamic and upload it into consciousness. The above verse must therefore be read esoterically rather than literally. This or any other scripture cannot change the state of the soul through superficial reading alone.
More than ever, it’s time to take steps toward personal empowerment or direct encounters with the divine presence that is inherently present in each of us. It is time to advance past constricting dogmas and religious beliefs and reach true spiritual maturity in God-Presence consciousness.
Keeping in mind that the word “church” in the Bible does not refer to a physical structure but rather to one’s consciousness The word “Jew” in the Bible also means “inwardly,” or someone who seeks God within. The phrase does not apply to the Jewish people or nation. As a result, the words “hail king of the Jews”—which are translated as “praise be to the inwardly directed soul seeking their own Christ within”—were written on top of the crucifixion.
Therefore, this Matthew verse is speaking of our being ‘inwardly’, or in narrow gate status, as opposed to being outwardly, or in wide gate orientation.
We are all fundamentally seekers because we are all “inwardly” oriented.
In light of this, it is crucial to comprehend the key phrases in the passage above.
What does narrow and wide gates mean?
‘Gate refers to a path leading to sensory experience, and narrow refers to inward concentration.
Wide gate alludes to the outside world, the endless chatter of the disorganized mind, and its attraction to or association with the trained five senses.
There are two gates, then. A path leading to heaven and another to hell. The phrase “strait, or narrow gate” refers to the entrance to heaven and “outer wide gate of sense consciousness” refers to the entrance to hell.
What logistics are involved in passing through the small gate? Where are these two gates, and how does one pass through the small gate? Do we enter with our creeds, belief systems, or other things?
So, what exactly is the password?
The narrow gate is a mechanism for self-realization that is found in the brain and represents mental convergence. The wide gate operates according to the law of spiritual ignorance, which is referred to as hell here. “Meditational silence” is the password.
Our means of protection against COVID-19 are to master these two “gates” by actually using the password. It accomplishes this by forging unbreakable immunity.
For good reason, both gates initially represent polar opposite modes of operation. We must select one gate standard over the other for this reason. Then, having made the decision to turn inward — the narrow gate — we take concrete steps in that direction: we start the internal journey of getting to know God personally. This process, which will be explained, is not difficult, but it does require commitment and dedication, especially in light of the intangible rewards of heaven and health.
Wide gate consciousness satisfies mind-senses only, while Spirit or narrow gate satisfies the heart,
Narrowing the focus
Therefore, “the narrow gate” initially refers to NARROWING the WIDE gate: narrowing the active intellect. focusing on the activities of the mind’s constant conscious thought and its attraction to the outside world. The senses become detached from their objects when the mental focus is reduced, changing what was once a wide-gate experience.
Wide gate activity results in the loss of spiritual identity, which is why the idiom “what good is conquering the world if we lose our soul?” was coined.
We are born into a wide gate standard, so in order to narrow the gate standard and gain access to kingdom of heaven awareness, we must use the faculties that God has given us.
Miracle of Convergence
The wide gate’s narrowing is therefore a mental convergence.
Convergence performs as a miracle-like activity because it turns the wide gate into the narrow gate or into single-eye awareness. This allows the two gates to coexist and work together harmoniously, “as above, so below.”
The ability to handle two states of awareness simultaneously—world consciousness and eternal consciousness—is made possible by repeatedly arriving at convergence. The brain only had one mode of operation before dual state of awareness.
We are no longer subject to wide gate attractions’ dominance or ignorance-compelling influences once converged state is established; instead, we are free to make conscious choices. The nervous system can experience both relative and absolute time simultaneously as the brain re-calibrates from mono. Keeping in mind that we are born into a monochromatic world.
In other words, as convergence develops, narrow-gate-wide-gate changes to simultaneously become infinity and point awareness. I use the word mature because when a point makes contact with a mature narrow gate, there is so much bliss that the nervous system needs time to adjust and develop the culture of withstanding waves of bliss. So, for the physiology to adapt, it requires constant practice.
Since there is no smaller than least, in the Bible, point is referred to as “the least among you.” The soul is free to surf conscious infinity, the unpermeated state of Being, once we achieve mature “least”—point-contact, or mature narrow gate awareness.
Relevance of Aum and the Pineal gland
Let’s now introduce the mantra, “Aum,” which serves as the point of convergence.
As previously mentioned, we must refine the mental faculties through convergence in order to transcend sense activity. The brain becomes accustomed to the echoes of Aum in order to accomplish this. The universe’s soft humming sound is the aum mantra. The brain becomes attuned to the cosmos or to God when this sacred vibratory sound oscillates at 1-3 cycles per second.
This subtle inner hearing of Aum naturally transports awareness between the eyebrows to the pineal gland in the middle of the brain. During meditation, the eyes will naturally move upward and converge between the brows.
Some people may be familiar with some depictions of the crucifixion in which Jesus is depicted with his eyes open, fixed on this converged area between his eyebrows while he is hanging on the cross. The pineal gland can be accessed in this way for its advantages in terms of both health and spirituality. The narrow gate in the Bible, or point awareness, is thus analogous to this gland.
The pineal gland is depicted as a bust in the Vatican’s garden area. Even though this symbol is never discussed, its occult meaning is essential, especially in light of the current pandemic.
Belief systems are irrelevant to the pineal experience.
Biblical Jacob (a symbol for the soul that has not yet been saved) first saw the face of God (Bliss) in his pineal. ‘The phrase “face of God” refers to the representation of God that is just waiting to be stimulated into consciousness and into our lives as a direct Presence experience. Lower ego, also known as wide gate, is “crucified” in the pineal center. Another name for it is “mount,” which means the highest point of awareness, or “place of the skull.” To put it another way, during meditation, awareness transcends and changes into Mount awareness.
Optimizing inner hearing
Most people are familiar with the chanting of the sacred mantras Aum and Om.
We’ll now demonstrate how to experience this wonderful mantra in a purer manner.
We are only accustomed to hearing Aum at low decibel levels when verbal chanting, which is obviously beautiful. However, for many people, vocal chanting may not be feasible in small living spaces.
Let’s assume that the volume of our typical Aum chanting is at or near the surface decibel level. Start speaking now for, oh, let’s say, 30 seconds at surface level. After that, stop speaking the mantra aloud and continue to hear it quietly inside by entering “minus” decibel depth. The inner hearing gate is being lowered to 4–7 cps (cycles per second), which is a theta healing state.
With consistent practice, we can reach the so-called Delta state, which is a depth of 1-3 cps. This is the God-Vibration state.
A practice run
Sit down and close your eyes. Start by hearing Aum on the surface for about 30 seconds, then shift to silently “hearing” Aum inside.
For this reason we practice. If the mind wanders into wide gate, which it inevitably will, pause for about three seconds, then resume inner “hearing.” Every ‘hearing’ that is resumed will come from a higher level. This transition from earthly activity to cosmic silence is akin to a state of health or divine consciousness.
we come to understand, that, point and infinity are equal: neither are permeated by time, space and causation. As a result, there are no problems like COVID-19 here. The world would not be shut down as it is now if everyone on the planet daily entered into point awareness or Pure consciousness. However, this too will pass.
Finally, we need to make Matthew 22–14 clear in order to finish Matthew 7–13–14 above. This verse is piotal.
‘Many are called but few are chosen’
The dynamic of the wide gate, narrow gate is directly related to this verse.
The truth is that we are all already chosen or invited to the wedding feast and the kingdom of God within by virtue of our birth, and we are all welcome to do so by entering through the small gate. In other words, God endows each of us with the divine Potential to realize Godliness within consciousness. Each person has the capacity to realize their own “image and likeness of God” through free will.
Because of this, we “choose” or “make” ourselves “chosen.”
‘The realization of image and likeness is done in order to live up to the divine standard with a faith-infused consciousness. This faith is universal and applies to all facets of our lives, not just specific material possessions. The cosmic standard of consciousness or direct alignment with God’s nature is represented by developed silence, which is the same as developed faith.
Each of us has been invited to this divine standard or has been chosen. However, it is entirely up to us whether or not we go to the wedding feast, whether or not we congregate and pass through the small gate of silence. God does not force or arbitrarily select any of us in this context; rather, we choose ourselves.
The words “many” and “few” both mean “all,” “chosen” means we have made the decision to go through the narrow gate rather than the wide gate.
This path may initially present personal challenges for many. But that’s exactly what it is: a challenge of integration and transformation. And because they haven’t made up their minds to look for it, this is why so many people struggle to find the narrow gate at first.
We are instructed to let go of sense consciousness in the aforementioned scriptures in order to engage in meditation. When we meditate, we give up our wide gates for our narrow gates and our lower standards for our standards of divinity or white clothing. We can be sure we’ll be dressed in white for the wedding feast by regularly meditating. Purification is attained by repeatedly passing through the small gate to obtain the white garment.
The act of meditating is like going inside and then coming out of the silence cave. But when we come out again, we don’t leave the cave behind; instead, we bring the pristine silence with us. We expand exponentially more in absolute stillness and silence with each time we go into the cave and come out again. As a result, each time you enter meditation, you can be sure that you’ll maintain the deeper cave silence that will eventually become permanent.
Because of our now-impenetrable immune system, which was created by converged narrow gate silence, situations like COVID-19 therefore have no effect on us. Blessings.
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