|06-06-2007, 12:01 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2007
Eternal physical life and possibility
Eternal physical life and possibility
Time is extremely limiting, and often confusing in our quest to find reason and answer. Often, we try to search and scour endlessly in hope to find truth and logic, and yet, we never seem to find the right path to achieve this. Is it perhaps that we are not suppose to know the reason? Is it that we are not suppose to challenge or question the divinity of mother nature and her para realms? If this is the case, then, why are we so quick to make assumptions and decisions on the foundation of physical clockwork (time) – how do we know that time is even forward, let alone linear? Why are we here and now in the first place? Have we been here before?
Let us put this into proportion. Time is a manifestation of mental (conscious) awareness. Time is but a tool, a tool in which we create milestones on a daily basis to guide us through life. Time is important to us all, yet, not necessarily important elsewhere. If we honestly do believe that time is a set of 'identical' rules for everything living, then why do dogs die at an average of only 15 human years (yet many in their lifetime) before us? Some insects only live a week or so. This so called time brings with it many possibilities, but just one of a physical conscious aspect. Outside of our conscious mind, time is ground to void with many exciting possibilities and already existing life – so how can we assume that it only goes one way building on our own inner workings in this life?
Now, 'outside of the conscious' mind time doesn't exist at all but understanding and reasoning does. When somebody dies, we often talk about them as if they are in the 'past' or a 'history' period of time. For example, he/she always loved going for long walks or he/she use to do that (note use to) – but hang on a minute, are we now breaking the rules of 'linear forward time' as we know it? How can we possibly put people in the past if we are only programmed to go one way? (the future) and forward.
The truth is -- there is no end, and there is no start. But the two are a merged cycle of infinite possibility, and the real interest comes when you ask the following question; if death means the end (non existent, deceased, not living) then where are we before we are conceived and living in this life?
Think about this and it might make sense. Before we are even conceived, before our parents even exist, where are we? Are we in the void, or are we dead? Are we living another physical life of interlinked infinite? We probably are! Before we are living and even conceived, we don't exist physically in this life yet, so we must be living physically somewhere else. If we assume that people are in the past when they die, then they must be somewhere before they are born because they are now in the present or future. Life is an infinite cycle, and we've been here before (many times). The start and the end are both the same thing, and the universe contains the possibility of both. Life has been existing millions of years before earth even formed, and that's not to say that we are not special, but god is eternal and great. Will we set foot and live on earth again after? Most probably!
|06-06-2007, 12:26 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Inside the Container
Time (an illusion) is required for growth (another illusion) the whole purpose of reality (yet another, although very convincing illusion) is to have a rich full experience. Imagine you're god and you're bored, so you make a world, set limitations to make it interesting, challenging and then create things like time, thoughts and emotions (which are all creations to enhance the illusion) to enjoy the experience.
Consciousness (some will say God, Universe, collective consciousness) creates all of this to do the whole physical thing. Time is interesting from a IM POV, because there is no past or future, you can't create anything there, so you can only create in the moment, the only place that exists.
If we take this one step further, then you create everything in the moment including money, love, every physical thing and then also create the illusion of time to justify the size of the manifestation.
Relationships, money, everything, will take the exact amount of time you require to experience growth related to that manifestation.
We can understand time better and the amount required to achieve things if we understand why we need to grow and what level of growth is required. We can learn to bypass growth and fast track manifestations if we analyse our growth requirements.
Time is noodle baking stuff, but it's a creation for growth just like everything else.
"I create therefore I am"
|06-08-2007, 03:07 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Let's take a look at this 'growth', or I like the words assimilating knowledge. What is it?
It's you telling all your selves (there are many) how reality really is, and them assimilating this knowledge.
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