How the 7 Seals of Consciousness Can Tell You Who You Are
The term “consciousness” is frequently heard these days, with everyone from spiritual leaders to yoga teachers to healing practitioners talking about the need to “raise your consciousness.” Do you even know what consciousness means? In our last article we shared that YOU are the only one who can raise your consciousness – you can’t rely on anyone else to do that for you.
Consciousness is thought. It is the way you think. It is your vantage point. Everyone has consciousness. Every one is made from consciousness. Everyone has low stages of consciousness and high stages of consciousness. These are just vantage points of thought and they hold different vibrations to them.
Most humans like to think that they are of very high consciousness, or at a minimum, that they are of far higher consciousness than most other people. But how do you know this for sure? We’d like to share with you our knowledge of the Seven Seals of Consciousness.
All reality is created from consciousness and energy, or thought and emotion. Everyone’s life is a demonstration of their consciousness and emotions. In the human experience, there are seven primary vantage points or perspectives from which you create your reality. Each of these seven levels (or Seals) displays certain traits and characteristics, or ways of reacting or being.
A Roadmap to Your Soul
The Seals are descriptions of vantage points that have either held you bound in resistance or which can finally release you into full abundance and creativity. Humans are mostly not taught (or don’t remember) that they have the ability to move through the various Seals of Consciousness to resolve issues in their life and to master the human physical experience so that everything moves fluidly.
By following the descriptions of the Seven Seals of Consciousness, you will finally be able to determine who you are. This is the elusive answer that so many humans are seeking. Once you determine that, you may move freely in any direction that YOU choose. No one chooses that for you. You have the empowerment to make the shifts in your life. The Seven Seals are a roadmap – a roadmap inwards that will take you into connection with your Soul.
We provide in-depth, comprehensive teaching on the Seven Seals of Consciousness. Here though is a brief overview of the key characteristics of each of the Seals. Each Seal also has a color associated with it. The coloration of the Seal of Consciousness is not the same as the Energy Frequency Bands (often referred to as the aura. We will cover more on that in a later discussion, but for now, let’s review each of the Seven Seals.
First Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Brown
- Name of Seal: Sub-Consciousness
- Key Traits: Reproduction and Survival
Description: Humans residing in the first Seal of Consciousness primarily exhibit thoughts and attitudes that revolve around survival (looking out for #1), reproduction (concern with mating and bloodlines), rituals (e.g., superstition), and competition (the need to be the best). Reactive behavior based on disconnection from Source. Forty percent of humans reside in the First Seal.
Second Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Red
- Name: Social Consciousness
- Key Traits: Control, Tyranny, Herd-Like Behavior
Description: In this Seal humans are still deeply seated in the belief of disconnection from Source. Displaying a “safety in numbers” mentality; not thinking for oneself and conforming to the views of the majority. Following guidelines and requirements set out by the community, church, government, and education system. Thirty percent of humans reside in the Second Seal.
Third Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Yellow
- Name: Conscious Awareness
- Key Trait: Pain and Suffering
Description: Beginning to find that religion does not work for them. Opening up to the possibility that there is more and finding the light within. Finding ways to express one’s individuality but still enjoying/being tied to the pain and suffering on this realm. Artistic types can express only by digging up the darkness and painful past experiences. Moving into the duality theory of Yin and Yang.
The first three (lower) Seals of Consciousness bind us to the three-dimensional (physical) realm of existence and we believe everything here is real.
Fourth Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Blue
- Name: Bridge Consciousness
- Key Trait: Unconditional Love, All Allowing
Description: The 4th Seal deals with attitudes of forgiveness and non-judgment. You see things from an all allowing point of view (“Is-ness”). This vantage point applies to everything in this realm, including self. Expressing love freely and seeing self and all others as the Gods that have forgotten themselves.
The fourth Seal of Consciousness is the “Bridge” between the lower three physical Seals and the upper three Seals which are light-based.
Fifth Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Rose
- Name: Super Consciousness
- Key Trait: Speaking and Living Truth, without duality
Description: This is the state of consciousness that deals with living and walking truth without polarity (e.g., good & bad, light & dark). Total acceptance that you are Source. Judgment and opinion are no longer within your energy of thoughts and creativity. This is a totally open-minded state that accepts all possibilities.
Sixth Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Gold
- Name: Hyper-Consciousness
- Key Trait: Veils re-open. Full access to encoding in Kundalini Energy
Description: This is the state of Christ Consciousness. In this Seal one has reached a point of becoming all things thought about (creating instantly from thought out of “thin air”). A pure state of Knowing that you are Source in motion. Transcendence of matter and time. One becomes transparent in appearance and has the ability to ascend fully in and out of the physical body.
Seventh Seal of Consciousness
- Color: Rose-Gold
- Name: Ultra Consciousness
- Key Trait: Total attainment of Enlightenment and Ascension off this realm
Description: Full attainment of enlightenment. Experiencing beyond description the existence of being Source.
Where Are You in the Seven Seals of consciousness?
Now that you have a basic understanding of the seven perspectives, you can look at the various traits to determine where you sit within the Seals of Consciousness. Take a good look at your life. What is important to you? What impacts the decisions that you make each day? Do you follow the guidelines of a church or guru? Are you concerned with what your boss, spouse, kids, or neighbors might think about the things you say or do? Do you judge anything (including yourself) as good or bad?
If you determine that you fall within the lower three Seals (as around 90 percent of humans do), you may wonder how it’s possible to move. Please understand that no Seal is good or bad. It is all merely a perspective. If it is your desire, however, to advance through the Seals, the most important trait to recognize is judgment.
Judgment will always hold you down or back in your progression process. You cannot move forward when judgment is attached to your thoughts. It doesn’t matter how hard you work on raising your frequency (as many practitioners like to talk about) if you still judge things around you.
We see you as the Gods who have forgotten how powerful you are. Everything you need is already within you. Learn, grow, expand, and live in joy. Experience how powerful you can become.
Plant Consciousness; Do Plants Sense, Feel, and Communicate?
Just like the love we receive from our mothers and grandmothers, nature is a life-giving, lovable, and powerful healer. Is this interconnectedness and interdependence born from nature’s pre-engineered biology, or is there a type of plant consciousness? Are they sentient beings, with the ability to sense, feel, fathom, and communicate? The answer to this is more remarkable than you might imagine.
When we wander in the forest, we might be conscious of the abundant life around us. If we allow ourselves the opportunity, we might understand that when we walk among flowers and trees, our bodies, minds, and hearts are healed in some way. As we absorb the luscious beauty around us, somehow, with limited effort, we feel cleansed from head to toe. This is not just a feeling, it’s often a reality.
We see a robust and majestic pine tree, drenched in sunlight and surrounded by wet earth. Thirty feet away we see its equally vital twin in the shade, surrounded by dry soil. Scientists say that it’s not only that the twin tree has roots that will reach to the nearby wet ground for sustenance, it’s also that these two trees share nutrients and messages via an intricate underground network. This is why the tree in the shadows is as healthy as her sunlit neighbor.
“You know what a lima bean does when it’s attacked by spider mites? It releases a volatile chemical that goes out into the world and summons another species of mite that comes in and attacks the spider mite, defending the lima bean. While we have consciousness, toolmaking, and language, plants have biochemistry.” — Michael Pollan