Systemology of Personal Life Cycles & Law of Seven for the Next Generation

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“By the laws of observation, any energy or data can be fragmented into as many parts as needed to validate some paradigm. This is why Truth is such a philosophical (intellectual) and semantic (communicable) problem for the Human Condition in its attempt for a ‘Self-honest’ experience of reality…”
Joshua Free in Systemology For Life: Vol. 1 – Patterns & Cycles

Sys4LifeVol1frontcrop SYSTEMOLOGY FOR LIFE! The NEW NexGen Systemology lecture series by Joshua Free, with volume one: Patterns and Cycles, now available from the NexGen Systemological Society in this revolutionary NEW booklet series debut!

…Ancient mystics were able to deduce that as it has expanded and evolved at a physical level – or that which is most readily accessible to the sensory perception of the physical genetic vehicle – the ‘absolute’ All-as-One energy at the core of existence is present in our realm as part of ‘seven rays’, ‘seven gates’, ‘seven degrees’, but always seven…

In regards to previous studies in the current unit, three cycles of seven equals 21, and as we have seen, four turns of 21 completes an 84-year cycle that we have just discussed earlier in our lecture.

beargates While your life-lessons — the pattern or order in which you cross specific thresholds or ‘gates’ of realization and awareness – are influenced very strongly by the state/phase of the ‘world order’ and the program ‘set’ of your generation, there is an additional pattern that appears much more personal to your specific birth and chronology thereafter.

The Law of Seven can be applied in many ways. In this instance we evoke two different life-cycles in conjunction to one another. Essentially, we draw from seven phases, applying them differently to:

Seven-Year cycle = 7 phases of 1 year each
One-Year cycle = 7 phases of 52 days each

Sys4LifeVol1frontcrop The charting of these cycles is begun on the day of your birth or if charting an annual cycle, then beginning from your birthday. The annual cycle (364 days) ends the day before your next birthday, which begins a new cycle. Not only can they be used to gauge and predict a certain degree of external influences, such a charting also serves as a guide to ‘affluent’ or favorable days to plan or execute specific feats.

Although it might seem folly to some to rely on any such mumbo jumbo to aid in one’s life – the rolling of dice, use of cards, rune stones and other such items having been taken out of the equation here – it is the observation of patterns and cycles around us, and the natural forces at play in the Universe, that separates those who live in “the kNow” from the rest of the herd, animals who carry the stigma of the Human Condition without the tools, means or baseline awareness to rise above their pattern programming.

color_design_1920x1440 Keeping all of this in mind, the systemology student is encouraged to experiment with the key word associations to these phases and see how and if this appears to qualify either the annual or 7-year cycle in your own life and/or that of someone that you know well, perhaps a family member.

These phases also represent seven levels of initiation, whereby after a cycle, the ‘test of integrity’ exists to see if one has overcome the challenges of the current level and can rise to the next, or if they are to fall back into the same patterns…

YEAR 1 or PHASE ONE (Day 1-52)
• New opportunities
• Breaking forth/Pushing forward
• Career opportunities
• Business connections
• Favors/Loans

YEAR 2 or PHASE TWO (Day 53-104)
• Growth/Development
• Establishing longevity
• Journeys/Travel (short distances)
• Goals (short terms/within the phase)
• Logistics/Transportation

YEAR 3 or PHASE THREE (Day 105-156)
• Influx of external energies
• Competition/Obstacles
• Dealings with enemies
• Health improvement
• Relationships

YEAR 4 or PHASE FOUR (Day 157-208)
• Mental/Spiritual development
• New thought/Imagination
• Creativity/Arts, Writing & Music
• Reconnaissance/Info-Gathering
• Loss/Legal issues

YEAR 5 or PHASE FIVE (Day 209-260)
• Personal achievement
• Success
• Goals (long term)
• Court/Law

YEAR 6 or PHASE SIX (Day 261-312)
• Relaxation/Vacation
• Rest/Recovery
• Creativity/Arts, Writing & Music
• Friendships/Social
• Relationships/Intimacy

YEAR 7 or PHASE SEVEN (Day 313-364)
• Loss (aspects of current cycle)
• Evolution into new opportunities
• Change/Transformation
• Testing integrity for advancement
• Completion (of a cycle)

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Systemology For Life – NEW NexGen Knowledge-Lecture/Booklet Series by Joshua Free

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SYSTEMOLOGY FOR LIFE! The NEW NexGen Systemology lecture series by Joshua Free, with volume one: Patterns and Cycles, now available from the NexGen Systemological Society in this revolutionary NEW booklet series debut!

Sys4LifeVol1frontcrop In the observable universe around you, there are two basic concepts that the author is attempting to relay in this essay of NexGen Systemology; two semantic instances that are very important in understanding how this new school of philosophy can best assist your life: firstly, the programmed pattern of all existence; and secondly, its cyclic evolution as observed through time…

At the most practical level, let us consider for a moment the behavioral patterns ingrained or programmed into your personality and how these can be evaluated over time in cyclic terms…

On the path of the ‘Right Way’ – the course one takes toward their own personal transhumanist Ascension on a spiritual scale – a significant part of your evolution comes from the ability to literally “overcome behaviors,” meaning overriding the very programming (pattern) of which we are given – either genetically or learned socially.

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It is this progression of interaction with external energies – our responses and experiences with them – that constitute the lessons and lifecycles that we repeatedly find ourselves in. Until we are able to fully appreciate a specific “lesson” in our path, cyclic behaviors and results ensue, and in hindsight, we find ourselves trapped in circles of behavior wherein we follow a program of doing the opposite of what we intend to do; pushing away the very energies and forces that we seek to manifest in our life.

Many hundreds – if not thousands – of years of dedicated intellectual work and academia precede us in our pursuits, but underlying all of this ‘head knowledge’ and ‘fancy words’ is a desire to not only predict human behaviors but actually influence change on the human condition. These pursuits are most certainly connected; for one reason, they rely on the same data – the same core knowledge base – to be both functional and accurate to any significant probability factor.

Sys4LifeVol1frontcrop When NexGen Systemology is being introduced to the advanced classes, the question of function and purpose is related in the first class on semantics and vocabulary. It is often one of the first questions a student of this new philosophy has when approaching – how is this going to benefit me in my real world life? They aren’t interested in whether or not trees in forests are making sounds for audiences; the need for a new philosophy – a new paradigm – was sought, and a new “NexGen” worldview has been wrought.

The paradigm encompassing NexGen Systemology is to look beneath this very surface in question and clearly and self-honestly take in a wide angle, holistic, all inclusive – systematic – way of experiencing the inner world of thought and its relationship with the outer world of forms. As the lens pierces deeper and deeper into the fabric of space and time – reality – the continuity, entangled and interconnected nature of these inner and outer realms blurs and we see that the weave and the fabric – the light and the screen – are all, in themselves, composed of the same energetic vibration that spurs out forth from the most primeval and primordial ripple of the void. Form came – and the Pattern was established…

Patterns & Cycles is the first volume from the new NexGen Systemology booklet series: ‘Systemology For Life’.