10. Psychology – Love or Fear

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The Greek letter Psi - a symbol for Psychology. There are many signs, also in physics.

Greek letters contain many secrets and many keys to a deeper understanding as expressed through many different discip-lines.

PSI - Greek Letter

Psychology is the study of behaviour and mind, embracing all aspects of conscious and unconscious experience as well as thought. It is an academic discipline and an applied science which seeks to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching specific cases. In this field, a professional practitioner or researcher is called a psychologist and can be classified as a social, behavioural, or cognitive scientist. Psychologists attempt to understand the role of mental functions in individual and social behaviour, while also exploring the physiological and biological processes that underlie cognitive functions and behaviours.

Psychology mixed with Philosophy and used spiritually will take you a long way up the ladder of ascension towards 7th dimensional understanding of all that is and how things work.

The two most influential psychologists beyond question are Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Carl Jung began as a student of Sigmund Freud and there came a point where Jung realized there was much more to explore than what Freund could offer. Sigmund Freund remained heavily focused on the ego and it's subsequent reflections. Jung knew there was more - so much more, as Carl Jung ascended above and beyond the focus of Freund, he came into his own and became more aware of the Crown Chakra than the Root Chakra.


Love is conceived in three different ways in relation to the higher dimensions of understanding.

Currently Evolution is taking us towards a 5D perspective - this is where joy, splendour and majesty state of being exists in a line to and from victory. Victory of the spirit conquering past pleasures in favour of a higher existence. In planetary ka-ba-allah this is the line from Mercury to Venus.

5D represents the appreciation and discovery of self love and it's effects on outer reflections (Allegory - people, objects and things).

6D represents 'tough love' or being 'cruel to be kind'. The kind of love where you no longer see everything as nice and easy but begin to recognize the unconscious aspects of the unexplored areas of your consciousness. This 'darkness' needs to be brought out so you can 'shed light on it'. 6th dimensional thought perspectives represent the Veil or the Abyss - the dimension that, through higher knowledge, leads to the removal of all fear, doubt and worries. The place where the negative becomes understood as a natural consequence of good - and how to turn things around, or 'flip the triangle' within, in order to overcome all fears and negative thought impulses. The biblical sixth trumpet is blown.

7th dimensional understanding of the hu-mahn vessel is unconditional love - a sense of total equilibrium. The ability to become freeflowing consciousness and the complete embodiment of the Holy Father, Mother Earth, boy idea and dream maker and girl explorer and creator. This is the meaning behind the Yin and Yang symbol.

When you emit frequencies of unconditional love you see it reflected in the mirror neurons of others, effectively making other people and things, mirrors of your own emitted frequencies of intent. Thus appearing to change their behaviour.

In effect you are meeting the best version of people you meet - kind of like meeting someone on a good day. You only experience the other person from their best behavioural perspective.



"Darth Vader" is an Esoteric symbol of the Veil of Darkness that lies within mankinds conscious comprehension of the elements.

He is a symbol of 'Daat' - also reflected as the planet Pluto, Higher Knowledge, The Abyss, The Veil and Pandora's Box amongst many other names for that area of un and subconsciousness that contains blank patches within neural pathways or the 'junk' in your dna. In other words it leads to the revelations of the missing links within conscious comprehension of all things.