• Greg Doyle

How The Astral Is Affecting You At All Times ...and what you can do about it

Updated: Sep 22, 2019


It's really all about interaction.


As I've suggested in the past, it is a very fluid series of realities we all inhabit. Karmic flames, literally licking at our heels, egging us on to transcend the limitations we identify ourselves with.


Of course there are no true limitations, but in our current state of human evolution, it's the scenario we buy into. The picture above by Alex Grey 'Meditation' is a brilliant depiction of the energetic mesh we find ourselves a part of. And I can attest to this kind of grid system that can be seen and experienced through the astral eye. Note the flames below and their connotation of 'hell' and also note your immediate reaction to those words. Constricting huh? The notion that we are a fallen, innately sinful race of beings—no matter how subtle within our energy fields/consciousness—is the very fuel to these perpetual karmic triggers. We somehow deserve to suffer, or perhaps we feel that life is not fair. We sense we are somehow being judged from afar, and that a good deed deserves reward, while a bad one deserves punishment. You see, we've bought into this model of condition—karma—and we're constantly feeding the flames. 


But what if there was another way?


Boy, I know I'm sounding poetic today, or perhaps a little cryptic. And what is interesting, is that these etheric realms that enmesh us do often appear entirely cryptic at first. In fact poetry and music are their language more than clever intellect. It's a tricky one to comprehend at first, until you swipe left, and get that region of the brain out of the way. But I will get to the point. By not jumping to a reflex conclusion on topics of supposed good or bad, you actually short-circuit the underpinning mechanism of the karmic trap—of condition.


This can sound simplistic, and can therefore too easily slide out of reach, but let me explain what I mean. Our human identities so often identify themselves as having a certain stance on things. We ingest this stance, particularly in this age of outrage and political correctness, just as we inhabit and identify ourselves as our 'professions' or who we vote for. We are constantly wearing hats of sorts, and by doing so, we send our roots deeper and deeper into a static stage of condition—&