Where Do We Go From Here?


The lines preceding the first article describe a lesson I received in a dream-like state. What I am about to share with you is not an interpretation of the dream but its actual message, as explained by The Collective Forces of Knowledge and Wisdom. Any similarities with current worldwide events may be considered a premonition since this Transcript originated in 2012.
Dream-like message:
In my dream, I felt as if I were in a concentration camp, believing I was free when, in truth, I was not. The East had taken over the West, keeping everyone captive while fostering the illusion of freedom. People were granted freedom, yet they found themselves in what appeared to be an endless tunnel, creating their own reality, unaware that they were much like fishes in a pond under control.
I came to realize that I was part of this enslavement process and observed how I moved through creation. Next, I found myself in a place where everyone was held while developing their talents. I knew they intended to exploit everyone’s abilities for their gain. Within that realm, I created static movements, giving the impression of productivity when, in reality, I was not creating.
The goal was to reach a desired outcome, but it felt like navigating a river current. I pretended to move, creating a flow of movement that led nowhere, yet compliance was required in this concentration camp.
In the dream, I paused to see if I could grow thorns on my feet to pretend I had traversed the woods. I recognized how I developed the ability to pretend movement while being static. I did it as a protective mechanism to create the illusion of alternative routes when there were none. The intention was to confuse those exploiting us for their gain.
As a reward for good behavior, some, including myself, were selected to enjoy limited freedom. However, caution was necessary, as we were under constant surveillance. I was being followed and blended into the crowd to avoid detection. The person tailing me knew I possessed knowledge beyond the ordinary and sought to benefit from it. I had to conceal myself while vigilant, having already uncovered the scheme. They were searching for my talent to exploit it for their gain.

1 FV—What does this dream bring to me?

2 CFKW— The realization that humanity will go through a process, like a river flow, thinking they are going somewhere, but in truth, they go nowhere because there is nowhere to go.

3 Life is like a river, but there is nowhere to go. You create either forward or static movement. Both are movements within the river flow of creation.

4 FV— But is there a final goal?

5 CFKW—A final goal does not exist because there is no (*)final goal. It’s a constant flow of movement and creation.

6 As you create a path, you create the next goal and the next. But in truth, there is no path—the path is created by you.

7 When it is said that you have to walk the path, it is the path you already created. The moment, the now, is the path you just created.

8 If there is an immediate path, it is the reflection of what you have done in the past and where it would take you if you continue the path, but there is no such thing as a path, a route, a trail where you should go because there is (*)none.

9 Life is like a river. Everyone is streaming through that river. There is no such thing as multiple rivers. There are no trails. Trails are created by us when we leave the path we should trace. The path is (*)One, only one route.

10 In our pursuit of creation, we all move through our chosen path or remain static.

11 Just as you created thorns to construct a fictional world while on Earth, similarly, one creates as one distances oneself from the river’s flow. However, those self-created creations are deviations that do not align with the flow and are one’s own making.

12 Remember that this is merely an analogy of the river flow to illustrate the path. All other information is inaccessible for understanding. This is why there are things that remain unseen because, at any given moment, access to that information is restricted. Opening all channels at the same time tends to cause confusion. Therefore, you learn one thing at a time.

13 First, one must understand the river analogy, knowing that it represents a path, and thus grasp the conceptualization of creation and how static or non-static movement is created. There are two types of movements: the one that moves you through the flow of creation and the one you create in the imaginary movement of being in flow, but in reality, you are static. Either way, what’s important is knowing that you are in motion. See?

14 The analogy of being in a concentration camp is the notion that you are governed by certain laws of creation. There is no total freedom; there are rules to follow and boundaries that bind the spirit. One doesn’t move freely just because one wants to, thinking that one can break free from their boundaries, but no, you can’t.

15 There are certain laws in creation that must be followed. There are guardians all over the place ensuring that these laws are respected. Where there are laws, there are guardians.

16 If you realize, in the dream, no one was bad, no one caused harm; they simply followed the rules—the boundaries within. Others don’t see it as their enemy because they seek freedom while reaching their goal. However, you fear the misuse of that energy, powers, and the ability to understand those things, and you proceed with caution because no one ever knows who the enemy is, if there is one, if it even is.

17 It all comes down to perception; how you perceive that supposed enemy because, in the dream, you couldn’t determine if they were good or bad or simply doing (*)their job. You see?

18 That dream is simply a manifestation of your feelings. It’s the soul experiencing itself, seeking answers, and bringing forth information. It’s part of your path.

19 FV—But is kind of confusing, though.

20 CFKW— It can be a bit confusing because one person thinks in one way while the other thinks differently. Creation is in constant motion. What you had as a scenario at one point may no longer be the case because you’ve moved. Creation is all about movement.

21 FV—How come life on Earth has its rules and guidelines, paths and future, where if you do this, you will get here, and if you do that, you end up there?

22 CFKW—They all have a beginning, a midpoint, and an end resulting from your actions. If you choose a path, let’s say becoming a doctor, a lawyer, or any other profession, you follow that path continuously to maintain consistency and prevent changes.

23 FV—Why?(*)

24 CFKW—Because in life, you have free will. You set your goals, you move on, and you have a direct impact on karma and dharma.

25 Here on Earth, you directly experience the consequences of your actions—not necessarily the impact hidden from within from one life to another. It is a direct impact shaped by you and for you to teach you that creation involves consequences, karma, dharma, and actions—a direct response to both the good and the bad.

26 That is why there is a path—a continuous journey forward—a sequence of action and reaction. That’s how you get from point A to point B. And those things you leave behind are the ones that will hold you accountable in another life.

27 FV—Why don’t I remember (those lives)?

28 CFKW—Because of preconception issues, karma needs to unfold in ways that allow you to purify yourself. There are bigger things currently inaccessible to us that we need to clear in order to keep moving.

29 FV—What would be the purpose of moving if we get nowhere?

30 CFKW— (*)Men have to learn that. On Earth, you must keep moving because everyone moves. There is a kind of herd mentality that keeps things in motion, and you have to go with the flow; otherwise, you perish.

31 You have to and are bound to go along with the herd. You can’t stop. You can pause and break away from all this, but you would have to exit the system and become a nomad, meditate, and break away from all that you have created—desires, time, movement—and break away from wanting to be here, to realize that there is nowhere to go. You see?

32 That, in itself, is a significant sacrifice. Few are prepared for such a commitment because we witness everything, feel tempted, and yearn to flow, continue enjoying life, blend in with the crowd, keep moving, and enjoy the moment.

33 Can you see the movement in creation? In truth, there is nowhere to go. When you realize that, you begin to question the system, pause for a while, and realize that you fell behind (in spiritual growth). If it becomes too challenging or dense, you might return with the crowd, forget about it, and keep your pace.

34 But, in truth, to discern the difference between one life and another, you have to STOP moving with the crowd. The moment you STOP—through meditation, analysis, and understanding how this flows—you can choose which path to go: one path or the other. It’s up to you.

35 In the end, in essence, there is no place to go. And that is something we will eventually discover: There is nowhere to go. You are going nowhere. In creation, yes—you are creating, evolving, moving. Creation is creation, so what do you want to keep creating? Everything or nothing? What do you want to experience—everything or nothing? You continue manifesting in creation, in evolution, in growth. For what? To what purpose? To experience what? Creation?

36 It’s like having pizza every day. Sooner or later, you’ll get tired of pizza and want to try another meal. You can have this and that, and in the midst, you forget that there was a time when you couldn’t take any more pizza and go back to it. You explore other options, realizing you can’t get enough of one thing. Eventually, you find yourself in this state of ‘I can eat forever and ever without getting tired of anything’ due to the multitude of options. Finding balance does not mean having a little bit of everything, but creating true balance involves letting go of what keeps you from further spiritual growth as you walk the path in harmony.

37 FV—But what is balance?

38 CFKW—Balance is the Home of what is and is not. The balance within the Yin and Yang.

39 FV—What’s the purpose of that balance?

40 CFKW—To ensure a continuous and fulfilling life, allowing you to navigate the creative realm easily. Isn’t that what you truly desire? A perpetual cycle of creation, one after another? Have you ever paused to reflect on how much you yearn to keep creating, only to realize that the act itself is endless while taking you nowhere? You create because you want to be somewhere, you want to see, you want to seek, you want to experience. You see? However, many find themselves torn between their wants and fears, entangled in a love-hate relationship with their own creations.

41 You need to realize there is nowhere to go. You must understand the true nature within this God who initiated this movement and accept that there is a part of God that wants this madness to stop.

42 People see God as the magnificent creator, but God is none other than you, me, and everyone else in movement. That movement is referred to as God—God is movement. The creator should be understood as a metaphor. For instance, God is energy.

43 FV—What is energy?

44 CFKW—Movement.

45 FV—What is movement?

46 CFKW—Vibration.

47 FV—What is vibration?

48 CFKW—Similar to electricity, which powers everything requiring electricity to operate.

49 FV—And what about everything that doesn’t need electricity?

50 CFKW—There are other forms of creation within a cycle that never stops. That is creation.

51 Creation is God, God is creation, and it has individualized. Creation is that powerful force that has set everything in motion.

52 FV—And what originated that creation?

53 CFKW—The First Movement.

54 FV—Does God (*) exist?

55 CFKW—If you exist, it is because God exists, as you are a part of God. You are a manifestation; you are all of that creation. You are—God is the conglomerate of everything that is you, everything that constitutes you. You are an infinitesimal individualized part of what is the creation of all that is known as God. You see? The Tao represents all that is thought.

56 FV— Where does your thought lead you through the Tao?

57 CFKW—Nowhere, because there is nowhere to go. It leads you to contemplate and pause. It halts when you realize there is nowhere to go. Buddha also succeeded in self-identification to determine what creation is. Jesus embodied the message so that everyone could understand, within a movement, the existence of (*)something and identify themselves with it. However, he also conveyed the understanding of what is and is not—exists but does not exist—but it caused significant confusion as people failed to understand and personify it, and the message became distorted.

58 The problem with religion is the interpretation of what man wants to see and how he has used that tool to make people understand what is and is not. Just as you were in the dream under a system where there was a path, and they led you on that path, so it is with all religions and politics because politics is the counterpart of religion.

59 In religion, it is proclaimed that another world exists, while politics proclaims that only this world exists and controls it, whereas religion controls the other world.

60 There are unceasing ways to convey this message to humanity. There are numerous paths, like a flowing stream. Take one and make it effective. Ensure everyone comprehends. Approach it with ease, step by step.

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Article 5—There is no final goal for as long as you keep dwelling in the world of creation.
Article 8—It means that there is no pre-determined path
Article 9—Although it is said there is no path, you create your own path. That path is the one that leads you to the One path. This is further explained under Article 12.
Article 17—Those you perceive as supposed enemies may not necessarily have ill intentions but could be carrying out actions on behalf of those with ill intentions.
Article 23—I asked because I was still debating the paradoxical aspect of whether we had a pre-destined path or not and needed a more profound answer.
Article 30— Man: The original definition of man is a human being of either sex; a person. Etymology: From Middle English men, from Old English menn (“people”), from Proto-Germanic manniz, nominative plural of Proto-Germanic mann- (“person”). Him, Himself. He: pronoun, anyone (without reference to gender); that person: He who hesitates is lost.
Article 54—My insistence stems from struggling to comprehend this new concept of God, given my Catholic upbringing.
Article 57—The transcription from the CFKW reads “something,” while the intent revealed they meant “someone” more in alignment with the personification of God.

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