The deeper you dive into voidness of the night the more spacious it becomes.
"Sinking into deep dark blue voidness of the night."
Most homeowners would love to be in possession of the original blueprints of their house. This is especially the case if they want to do a renovation on the house. However, you may not know where to look.
Blueprinting, or cyanotyping, is one of the most primitive photographic processes and basically the oldest form of xeroxing. It was phased out many decades ago as better techniques were developed. But the term 'blueprint' stuck and is still used to describe engineering and architectural plans, even though they're not blue anymore.
The original blueprint of our own architecture and engineering helps us find the bigger picture of how our own evolution is affected by the many pieces and energetic connections that make us who we are. It maps how our birth moment locks into the constellations and cosmos, opens the gateways in the body and how the combination of those settle into the energy nodes in our body, becoming a kind of genetics of the structural spacious design of who we are as individuals.
Most of us get stuck confined to a mould that society and our surroundings have likely conditioned us to create, including pharmaceutical industry chemical (and toxic) distortions of body’s chemistry, functions and makeup and toxic effect of (humanity-made) environmental pollution.
When you dive into your original blueprint and unlock how to authentically align to your energetic matrix to engage correctly with the world around you, you will feel yourself letting go of old ways with more ease as you continuously create moments that evolve through you from the inside-out, from the original blueprint. You start the process of deconditioning and what it feels like being your unique (luminous and radiant) self.
There is no other way to find your original blueprint, perhaps, unless you sink into deep dark blue voidness of the night.