Now, when beings express, using Dahlyn – they could be expressing the concept of San or the concept of San’a’ke or whatever – what happens is, these akeneic spheres that you are, ultimately, that is your essence, these akeneic spheres generate a spherical tone. And this is not a tone in the way that you think of it as sound. These are tonal expressions that, unlike vibrational reality, have no beginning, middle or end, and also have no friction. In tonal space, you are no longer limited to the dimensional box that you consider to be reality, up until the 4th density, if you will, but instead, you are opened up to the possibility of expression that does not cascade back from another creator; an expression that is ongoing forever. That is the concept of tonal space. It is one step lower to akeneic space, where, ultimately, akeneic space is a completely metaphysical inner world. The tonal space could be considered an expressive element to that.
So, ultimately, when you express Da – and again, I am not talking about the words that are coming out of my mouth, the sound that is generated, but the pure inner expression that you can emit when you think and feel into the concept of Da, that happens through the kakra system.
Now, what then happens? The kakra system generates what you consider to be a field of magnetics in order to generate Dahlyn. When it does so, it creates geometry. And this geometry is then ultimately emitted through the kakra system.
Now, it is often called, therefore, the Song of Creation because to work with Dahlyn and to express with Dahlyn is not naming things; it is creating things.
Let’s look at the word that we brought up during the last video, San’a’ke. As you already know by now, San’a’ke is a… It can be used as a greeting. When San’a’ke is expressed through the kakra system, the kakra system, more particularly, initially the Akene, generates the geometry of a three-dimensional pyramid, but in order to make it easy for you, and drawable, I will work with two dimensions here. I usually express these geometries in the following way [see image].
We simply look at a concept of a triangle. As I already said last time, San, obviously, the expression of all the active ingredients – Da, Ba, Va, Ra, Ka, and more – places itself, takes its position in one point of this pyramid or triangle, in this case. The ‘a’ sound I already explained last time as well, is connected to the kakra system.
So, if you think of a person’s profile [see image] – the belly here, the ‘o’, the ‘a’, the ‘e’, and ultimately, the inward spiral that I spoke about in the previous video to generate here the ‘i’. In this way, we work with the flow of ‘a’, an expressive element; a very potent expressive element, which you would think of as the flow of water in your density. And here, in the third position of the triangle, we have ‘ke’, which, ultimately, of course, comes from the life force ingredient of ‘ka’, but expressed through the head kakra, and because the head kakra ultimately expresses itself as ‘e’, the ‘a’ turns into the expression of ‘e’ in this case.
So, as I already said, San, through life force to you, through the head kakra, as an example.
Now, this is, of course, just a quick diagram, but it shows you that Dahlyn takes these individual elements and places them in a geometrical relationship to each other, and when that relationship is then expressed through the kakra system, reality is generated; reality is expressed.
In the material that previously was released, The Study of Vibration, we once spoke of the Six Simplicities. And… Do you remember that, the Six Simplicities? Yes? And when we did so… One of the simplicities, of course, is that “change can only come from the heart space.” This begins to explain, why that is. The heart kakra or the Akene must initially generate this field, this expression of Dahlyn in whatever way that manifests. Another one of the simplicities that we spoke of… Let me think here because I am losing my thread for a second… is “expression before experience.”
Now, what that means is that Dahlyn, when emitted as an expression into the field of experience, generates a field of experience that has at the heart of it the expression that preceded it and, therefore, will continue to build on itself in a more and more expansive San-based way all the time. So, expression that way must always come before experience. If you think about vibrational reality and mental reality, it is quite the opposite. You look at the field that is presented around you, and based on that, you believe to have thoughts or emotions or responses to that, but this is the opposite of what I am saying.
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: Indeed. In fact, the opposite of how things are done in the vibrational universe entirely. The metaphysical expression or the Dahlyn, as we understand it is called today, is devoid of any of that kind of limitation.
So, earlier we were talking about Saturn, and you could see that as a kind of representation of the 4D energy influencing, through the chakra system, this very limiting set of illusions that are called Mah in the Dahlen. This, however, is the next level, if you like, beyond the vibrational, disclusive of any of that, which you can also see, interestingly, will, unlike any kind of language, will not have any contradictions or double meanings or any trip-ups that you would find in a vibrational interpretation of an expression.
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: Exactly, exactly, and a very good point, indeed, to make.
Let’s look at another one. The other day, we spoke of the concept of Akeyasan. Some of you might remember, Akeyasan falls apart into the short expression of Akene, Ake, aya or flow, and again San – Love, Joy, Freedom, the active ingredients of reality creation. And, as I said last time: may San flow through your Akene.
Now, one thing that we haven’t pointed at yet, and this is where this concept of Dahlyn becomes expansive, is that while some elements are expressed, the elements that are on the edges, if you will, of these triangles, the heart of the triangle or the heart of the pyramid, if you will, is always silent. And in this case, Akeya-san or Ake-yasan, as they say it here on Earth these days…
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: As the kids are saying it!
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: As the kids are saying it! As a silent element, Pah. The Pah is silent.
Now, this, as I already said, is a geometrical representation of what occurs in the kakra system – in this case, beginning in the Akene – when you focus, beyond language, you focus on the notion of Akeyasan. By focusing on it and by allowing the Dahlyn to flow into Vahlyn, into experience, you will find that you begin to express your reality as an Akeyasan. And that is when a lot of the vibrational and mental inner and outer surroundings begin to change.
People have a hard time doing so, however, because when you do, there literally is no more drama to focus on, and people that are here on the path – in some cases almost for a decade even – will understand that even after a decade, that continuity and consistency of continuing to focus on that remains important because very quickly otherwise, the vibrational nonsense will begin to emerge.
However, the kakra system is a continuous flow, is always present, and so is your ability to make these choices always present. No matter what is around you; no matter what is going on within you, Dahlyn and Vahlyn, the true experiencer and expressor of reality within you, is always present. All you have to do, is focus on it, and there it will be.
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: Yes, it is always just a choice. There is never any reason to go through anything vibrationally. You can just choose for a different system, if you like, a different operating system. The analysis, the whole trying to understand the vibrational system is pointless, redundant, therefore.
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: It is, it is.
Is there anything you feel like adding to the moment regarding what we have shared so far? Because for you, for instance, Kalynda San, it is slightly more recent, in a way, all of this reemergence of this information and this knowledge and this way of being, than it is, for instance, for the Pahdasan’ka. I believe, you started a couple of years ago now on this path?
Da Pahdasan Kalynda San: Yes.
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: So, how was it for you to begin to work with these Dahlyn concepts, rather than the human language and that sort of thing?
Da Pahdasan Kalynda San: Somehow, I experienced it as way more natural. I could pick up the truth of it and the recognition of that. And I am sure that that is going to be for many more students out there. Once they really put their focus there, their recollection of the real expression just will become the normal way of living again, which it is. So…
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: Yes, exactly. Indeed. Da’ka’ya, gratitude.
Da Pahdasan’ka Barak Solarys San: There can be an enormous recollection of this because the largest part of you is actually still speaking it all of the time. You are just a tiny, abstracted avatar in here. The largest part of you already understands this deeply. So, it is highly likely that you will begin to recognize these feelings as very natural.
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: Indeed.