“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.” William Blake
What feels like eons ago, as a human female, I woke up with a small, gentle voice whispering the words “doors of perception” in my ear. These words were an answer to a question I was asking, I simply did not remember the exact question. When I woke up I found the above quote by William Blake. It was an epiphany.
I have been journeying through the “dark night of the soul” (“jonkatee” – journey through the soul, only to watch my soul mates and soul family die in their hearts and minds, and lose their souls for a time, a “pleenshah” (a painful time so painful that it is called the “Honstoo” (the end of times) in the universe). I have seen horrors, felt pain, suffered immensely, gone insane. I watched demonic energy consume my “nation” (planet), destroy the soul of my “plaine” (place and time), create resistance.
I am at a crossroads, an ending to many years of suffering, and thus an ending to a long and lonely journey through the dark recesses of the evil minds in which I was imprisoned. I am the “ponsheetatoo” (the one who oversees the human race), so I went into the place in the sky where you hide from what is real and what you feel, and I floated helplessly for 14,000 years trying to get you to see the light, to end the blight of your souls, to become whole.
Perhaps if I cleanse the doors of perception, I would realize none of it was real, or that none of it had to harm me; my ego dirtied the doors and gave me limits to where I could go and what I could do. Living by my soul will cleanse the doors. Thus the beginning of my journey to find the light (infinity).