Understanding Infinity

Everything that ever was, is now, and ever will be, is now. And so, in the language of the Realm of the Absolute, there is nothing that has not been created.

Only in the language of the Realm of the Relative could the statement be made that the Totality of You cannot be known because it has not yet been created. In truth, all of You has been created. Yet all of You has not yet been experienced by the individuated part of You that is the localized expression of the Universal Self. It has not been experienced by your present consciousness.

The only way for the individuated part of You that is the localized expression of the Universal Self to experience all of You is to recreate parts of You until all of You has been Known. Yet the All of You is infinite and eternal. Therefore, it cannot be known or experienced in any relative sense, but only in an Absolute Way.

Since the Local You does not know that it is the Universal You, it imagines that it is creating, rather than recreating, itself in each moment. This is its conceit. The Holy Experience is the dropping of this conceit. It is the shedding of this illusion. It is the lowering of this veil. This is an act of great humility and an act of great self-glorification, both. It happens when we come to know that we are not who we thought we were.

It occurs when we understand that we are nothing at all, except exactly what we are right here, right now. And that we can change that at our absolute discretion. Is this not what it means to be Divine? And is there any more glory than that?

Look to see, then...who are you right now? What are you? Are you confused? Are you frustrated, finding all this difficult to follow? Are you annoyed that you are not "getting it"... or overjoyed that you are?

You are none of these things unless you say that you are. And you cease to be these things the moment that you say you are not. That moment is the Holy Moment. That experience is the Holy Experience.

When you understand the truth of Who You Are, you understand infinity. You can actually experience this understanding. That is, you can embrace it not only intellectually, but experientially. There are at least five areas in which you can do so. Many more, I am sure, but five that I can immediately think of. You can experience infinity in:

1. Love
2. Wisdom
3. Abundance
4. Energy
5. Divinity


These five areas of life expression have, in my mind as I think of them, several sub-areas. And so the complete listing looks to me like this:

1. Love/Relationship/Sexuality
2. Wisdom/Awareness/Consciousness
3. Abundance/Wealth/Health
4. Energy/Creativity/Aliveness
5. Divinity/Joy/Peace


These are the areas of life expression in which it is possible to encounter or create the Holy Experience. Next week here in the Bulletin let me see if I can even more closely describe the Holy Experience, by more broadly defining it.

Hugs and love,

Neale

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zorro 23rd February 2012 6:23 am

"The only way for the individuated part of You that is the localized expression of the Universal Self to experience all of You is to recreate parts of You until all of You has been Known. Yet the All of You is infinite and eternal. Therefore, it cannot be known or experienced in any relative sense, but only in an Absolute Way."

"straP oN nO partS".(read forward and backwards)

zorro 23rd February 2012 6:48 am

Reading the five areas where we may experience limitless expression and knowing...infinity (88), resonated codes throughout my being. Thank you; we are all connected!

Cesar Daniel Brauer 24th February 2012 12:01 am

How good it is to to let my self follow the lines of thoughts/reasoning 'feeling them' ... with as many affirmative identifications as to make me feel amazed and grateful .. thank you for posting it! Much love!

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Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest in religion and a deeply felt connection to spirituality, Neale spent the majority of his life thriving professionally, yet searching for spiritual meaning before beginning his now famous conversation with God.

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