A couple of years ago I was inspired to write a chart down. It was the culmination of 35 years of studies into metaphysics. The time has come for me to release this chart to the world (everything has an order!)
The chart works on three levels and interconnects all three by describing the properties of each level. So, including the descriptive header the chart is 4 rows deep. Below is the very left hand column…
There are many (30+) columns of descriptions. The first two columns are as follows…
Plane Type Status
Spiritual Soul-mind Owner
Metaphysical Brain-ego Captain
Physical Body Ship
So the first column (Type) describes the three integral parts of all beings on earth, that of the Soul, the Brain and the Body. So on the top level we have the Soul/mind (did you know that your mind doesn’t reside in your brain? It resides in the eighth chakra and is connected to the brain from there) The next level down is the brain which is also called the ego. And the lowest level, the physical, is the body.
Each of these levels are described in the status column as Owner, captain and ship. So you/ your mind are the Owner of the ship and the captain must work for you. The captain is your servant who cannot make decisions (all decisions come from the soul) and who is liable to run the ship onto the rocks if he takes it out onto the harbour of his own volition. However if you tell him where to go he doesn’t have to make a decision and can carry out the whole trip safely and quickly, no matter where you want to go, exactly to your orders.
The ship is controlled by the captain and you have to let him do this. You also have to make sure he treats the ship and the seamen fairly and tell him off if he doesn’t (or praise him if he does!)
At one stage I spent six months trying to destroy the ego (captain of the ship) and in the end I asked God why I couldn’t do it? “Because I created him to serve you,” He replied, and he is under my protection. If the ship has no captain, who is going to sail it for you? DUH!!! (says I at my Idiocy) So I had to go to the captain and make peace with him, give him command of the ship, layout how I expected him to treat the crew and keep the ship in good shape (“ship shape and Bristol fashion!”) After that life was so, so much easier. I tell the captain where I want to go, he plots the course and gives orders to the crew on what to do, when to do it and where to steer the ship! In the end we all get to our destination safely and happily!
I hope that is a clear description. If you have any questions on something you want clarified please email me at email@example.com