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Friday, June 17, 2016

Symbol | Expanded Definition & Examples Assembled
Unity Consciousness #728


(Part 2 of 3)

Symbol Definition

A symbol is one thing used to represent another thing.
A symbol is a concise way to represent something larger and more comprehensive.
For instance, the usage of the heart as a symbol is a way to represent love's larger, more comprehensive meaning.
Love itself is also a symbol of something larger and more comprehensive – the Creator.
Creation and the Universe are symbols of the Creator.

A symbol is dimension. As such, a symbol is all that dimension is, including idea, image, name, shape, language, letter, word, sound, power.
What is contained in a Big Bang can be more concisely expressed in a whisper. Both are explosions – conversion transformations releasing transferring genetic potential into kinetic manifestations, the Unspoken into the Spoken. Both are explosions of equal magnitude in relation to their dimension.

A metaphor is a symbol. As such, a symbol is all that metaphor is, including analogy, allegory, proverb and example.

Every single symbol contains multiple meanings.
These meanings are layered such that accessing these meanings requires progressing through levels of awareness. This is achieved by increasing knowledge of self and of all else such that you are able to “see” both the symbol and what it represents and vice versa and understand their interchangeability such that as above so below, as within, so without is no longer a mystery creative block but rather a schema key to apply to locks.

This means we understand symbols through understanding the symbol of self because you and I are symbols.
Understanding is revealed as we peel back layers (dimensions) of self and all else which allows us to “see” self and all else as we fundamentally are.
This is achieved by researching the genetic library, the Spirit Web, the Universe and all places information is in any form.
This allows us to reacquire, recall, repair, redefine, realign, restore, reset settings, recalibrate, rejuvenate and reawaken.
This then allows us to reconnect, reorder and reunify understandings.
This process allows us to remind ourselves and remember who we are as One and as Many – Symbols of Symbols and Symbols containing Symbols.

A Few More Examples (Symbols) of Symbols

Money is a symbol of other resources – larger, more comprehensive resources. Even though this is true on a deeper level, the surface meaning of money is mostly detached from what money really is and instead money represents things out of context. We have allowed money and its lower bred associates to symbolize what is of a higher quality of life. Even though this is true, it is equally true that symbols are beneficial in proper context. This is why we must continue to increase in knowledge so we can connect symbols to their larger, more comprehensive meanings and connect them with each other into even larger, more comprehensive meanings.

The symbol of the cross has many variations and is not understood beyond the most recent meaning attached to it. We are unaware of all the other people who were Saviors/Christs and who died on crosses prior to Jesus.. We are unaware of the origin of the cross. The Christian cross is made in the exact image of the Ethiopian tau. See also, Ankh Cross Connection | African Symbols

Assembling Symbols

To assemble is to put together, compose or construct separate items into a configuration – good or bad, right or wrong.
Assemble means semblance. Semblance means likeness. Likeness is metaphor. Metaphor is symbol.
To assemble is to assymbol. That is to say, to put together symbols in a configuration.
The entirety of our human understanding is the result of how we have assembled symbols of all types from words, images and so on.
We have put together symbols into a configuration we call logic.
Human logic is composed of symbols put together in a configuration -good or bad, right or wrong.
As a result of not having the understanding of what a symbol is and how logic, assemble and symbols are connected to everything we do and don't do, lately in the process of human development, we have assembled symbols based on their most superficial meaning because our context is superficial and suboptimal. As a result, we are disconnected from the larger, more comprehensive meanings of most things of life and existence such as science, natural world, ecosystem, universe, higher spirituality, civilization, human origins, non-human origins and all the other symbols representing sweet water formulations. All of this is a symbol of the times of the Dark Age and of the larger evolutionary life cycle of the Creator.

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