The Watchers and The Underdog
There is an individual named Seth that was just brought to my mind. I see him inside of meditation quite frequently - he is the fellow that watches from behind the larger groups I perceive within meditation. I know him because of his hooded garb, and his eyes are each a point of light, that is realized as a power of sight so deep, the observer "I" knows she is in the presence of God's Watchers.
It occurs to me that Semantics is present, and that "God's Watchers" means "Angels."
As a teacher, I was always drawn to the underdog. This was the kid that wanted to watch and not participate with the larger group, for a reason unshared. They did not seem to know themselves, or why they must persist to exist in this quirksome position of watcher. These individual character types are very worthy of note, as their outer projection is an illusion stacked upon greatness that is building. The other students all had worthy paths I could perceive, but it is the underdog - the perceived 'loser' in one's social setting, that I believe has the most potential to realize greater things in his spiritual life - at least that is how my perceptual abilities at that time informed me.
As I moved from high school level teaching, to the college, and then the middle school levels, there were always these types present in my classroom. I enjoyed their epiphany moments in learning, and observed the unfoldment of what appeared to be their reception of a benefit beyond the classroom content - their Spirit changed. These things are sensed within oneself, and it is worthy to note that the greatest realization is in the silent moment of observation of a thing.
You see, it is in the silence of the individual, in his looking and watching, that he awakens and may find himself, and when this happens he is truly "saved." I did not understand before, what Christians meant when they used this term - it felt scary and harsh, as well as absurdly inappropriate for my spiritual-perceptual-visual abilities to see beyond. I thought then, "If one is to be "saved," who is it he is saved from?" Instead, the word "saved," although appropriate at its core, is referencing spiritual awareness, and one's interest in spiritual things. Ultimately, this quirksome individual in the corner of the room, that is watching, but does not understand his current state, is the one that will most likely find himself, and then he will know True Grace.
As I watch the watcher watch me, I see beyond the sky of my mind, and in that shining moment, I know True Love Divine.
What is my purpose? I see that there is More.