Darkness

Darkness (Photo credit: Roberto F.)

Imagine the All, the entire universe in its physical and spiritual form as a place or time, if you will, where every single conceivable notion, construct or idea is possible, but also its complete opposite, because the All is a universe where there is a place for all possibilities.

For us humans, what is important is IN which possibility we want to live, for that defines our being! If we choose to live IN love, then we become a part of love and… vice versa, if we choose to live IN-differently, then we become a part of indifference. That is the choice that each of us has and will have to live with.

The ONLY thing that is real is change, all the rest is transitory. In this respect, there is never a beginning or an end. For a beginning or an end only makes sense if we take something out of its context and do not look at the whole, the All.

What is time? Where is the zero-point? There is none! Maybe time exists as an ellipse or maybe not, because none of us has any real conception of it. Assigning units like seconds or hours to it only makes sense when we look at it as a linear power, but is it just or only that. Could it not be more? There could be different timelines running parallel or others running in the opposite direction and why not diagonally? Anything is possible!

The now is always a choice that defines in which direction our future will go. What if the only thing keeping our physical self back from going anywhere, anytime is the prison of our Ego? If we break through the walls of our Ego, we become part of the Light(or the Darkness, depending on an earlier choice!) and can travel anywhere and be (a part of) anything…?

Furthermore, if our body is the vessel and we can succeed in breaking through the walls of our Ego, could we choose to be a part of another vessel? Is this what the Native Americans talk about when they mind-meld with their totem animal? Could this explain astral voyages?

These are more jumbled up random thoughts from Ralphie. Do any of them feel right to you? They seem to raise more questions than they answer, but maybe answers are not important and the Quest is all!???

 

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