Throughout the course of our lives we have heard the phrase “it doesn’t matter,” or “it matters.” Little attention is given to the deeper connotation of these words. The idea that something “matters” or doesn’t “matter” is a direct reference to the need for it to take shape or form. If it matters, this would imply that it is necessary for it to take on form, to materialize, whether physically or emotionally. We are giving permission for it to move out of wave form into particle form. If it does not matter then there is no need for it to take shape or form; no need for it to move out of its wave form.
We ultimately exist in the realm of imagination…who or what is imagining us? Are we the ultimate imaginer? Why are we so afraid to own that position? Perhaps it is because for so long we have been convinced that someone else is at the wheel.
From time to time you may have experienced a sudden shock or feeling as if segments of time are missing or awakening to a sudden realization of the disappearance of past memories. This experience can be quite jarring at first. What we do not realize is that we have traveled to a reality that may have some extreme differences to the reality we may have left behind.
There is an interesting paradox in the divineness of all things. A number of people have said that everything is divine and we need not do anything. Let’s first define the word “divine” to the best of our ability
Is there ever a moment when there is truly nothing left to give. Everyone has experienced that moment of spiritual exhaustion. It’s that feeling of having tried and tried yet things seem to take three steps forward and two steps back. The idea of being positive becomes more of an annoyance especially when others attempt to be encouraging. It’s the journey through the valley and into the dark night. What is perhaps perplexing is the certainty held in believing that one has exceeded a reoccurrence of that experience. One is left speechless, exhausted, a little ticked off and thinking what that *%#@ !.
The strategic marketing of reality serves as the model from which marketing concepts, network marketing, the stock market, sales strategies and our corporate, government and political structure is derived. As is often said “as above so below” this applies in all facets of movement on the physical plane. Reality as collectively perceived is marketed to our psyche, and projected through neural simulation.
We are at the end of this 2020 cycle and it has been a heck of a journey, a bumpy ride. Despite its tumultuous nature, this has been a year of opportunities, beginnings, and closures in many ways on a personal level for everyone.
Reality is indeed a virtual experience, it is the reason that we see with our brains and not with our eyes. Science is experiencing an evolution in perception just enough to begin to see more of what creation is and not what it isn't, for creation is any and everything. This process supports our gradual progression in re-encountering a vast array of potentials. Much of the human race has a fear of discovering that we are not what was once thought or what we have been told by our scientists or our religions. At this time it would serve us well to redefine our concepts of computers, science and technology.
I wrote an article a few days ago not realizing the stir it would have generated. The article was titled Enough with this “Blissed” out Agenda. There were many who felt inspired by it and there were a few who came at me as if I was the Antichrist. Those who were inspired were those who apparently had drawn the same conclusions as I had but had never really voiced it at least not in an open forum. I however voiced it yet this was not the first time
Our lives are influenced by people and conditions and the people and conditions in our lives are influenced by our scripts and stories. So ultimately we have the power to rearrange or to remove these characters by rewriting the script.