Originally Posted by Lallymac
Oh hey, I fully get it now. How cool.
I kinda take issue with perfection and imperfection concept. I see what you call imperfection as 'the rub' like the sand in the oyster shell that rubs at the pearl until it expels a perfect gem. The sand (what you call imperfection) is as perfect as the pearl.
LM, yes it's very cool
Because it centralises self and creative force,
instead of being off somewhere, mentally concerned about things that don't even exist and/or can't effect you, you don't have to be concerned about anything until you place it inside the container. It also aids in focusing on what's important, which is you, your life, you immediate reality and the ever present moment.
is everything created inside the container, nothing is ever created ouside, because there is no outside. As the container itself is perfection
it creates everything inside to experience imperfection including an observation point to observe imperfection, that observation point is you.
The container can expand itself and contract to accommodate scope and size, wether it's a small room or the grand canyon as long as the observer is there to observe it, that's the container.
It can place anything
inside, people, building, trees, cars, love, thought, emotion, money, hate, pain, sky, time, growth, anything it needs to maintain imperfection. Imperfection may sound like a bad word, but it allows perfection to experience itself, hence the opposite.
Nothing exists outside the container.
The container can hold physical reality and things no so well defined as physical reality like thought and emotion. Choice, the creative force creates everything inside the container, so it is....... Container->Choice->Everything Inside
So if you are the observer you are actually the container and everything you create inside of it, including yourself, but nothing outside.