What A Wonderful World
I was sitting outside on the patio this morning with my morning cup of tea watching the sun come up, and feeling a cool breeze off the water below me. I was trying to imagine being in a realm where you could not experience the five senses.
What would it be like to know everything that is—to know all the secrets of the universe? What would it be like to know a fresh cup of coffee in the morning but not be able to see, taste, or smell it?
What would it be like to know a sunrise, but not be able to experience it? What would it be like to know everything a experience none of it. Can you image not being able to experience physical love making, or having fun?
Imagine yourself all alone in a space where you could only experience nothing.
Now from time to time, I long to be in that space. At this moment with my cup in hand and the warmth of the sun on my face—I can’t imagine being anywhere else.
I can imagine being God, being all there is, all knowing, and all powerful experiencing just that. To know everything, and not being able to experience that knowing—no sensations, no feelings, no emotion—to be non-life—what would it be like?
After millennia of existing this way, how would you begin to know yourself, to experience your own magnificence?
The creator had the perfect solution—he created life! He divided himself into small pieces of himself within his own body—creating time and space so that he could look back at himself from all aspects of self and see how magnificent he is. That is the sole purpose of life—to experience self in every conceivable aspect or possibility imaginable. It is the perfect solution to a dilemma that the creator must have contemplated since his own creation.
You can know yourself, but until you have experienced that awareness—it’s just a thought with no purpose. I can imagine myself studying for years to be a doctor or a lawyer and then not being able to be a lawyer or doctor. There would be no purpose in the absolute world. The purpose of life is simply to experience being alive. It is humanity that acknowledges his own existence and creates a purpose for his physical life. That purpose is experienced by the creator through you. You are in fact, the creator experiencing all the things that it knows, in three dimensional physical life.
Within you, you have all the attributes and characteristics of the creator. You have the power of life and death, and the free will to experience anything that you can imagine or create. All your present belief systems and experiences are real only for the time that you are experiencing them. They are all illusions, they are your personal experiences while you are in the holodeck of physical life—they are imagined only.
They are meant to be sensationalized and experienced. They are addictive and sought after by all souls now present and those that will choose to come later. The return of the soul in different bodies facilitates the physical experience from different vantage points, and terms of awareness.
All aspects of the one mind, the one soul, work together in a beautifully choreographed experience that is shared—there are no victims—only souls that are working together from free will to experience itself. There are no accidents, no tragedies, no natural disasters, no births or deaths that do not have the complete consent of those involved, at some level of consciousness. Accidents, coincidence, chance are just physical human conventions used to explain the unexplainable.
The awareness of these things brings with it the ability to participate at a conscious level, and the ability to change at will your involvement in these things. You can go through live as a victim, or as a willing partner—either one is a personal choice. Life happens with or without your conscious awareness of what is going on. This awareness brings only the conscious freewill to understand and appreciate what is going on.
From this area of enlightenment comes the understanding of how things work, and all experiences are welcomed and sought after. From this awareness come the true meaning of absolute freedom and unconditional love—the love of self, and the life you are living because you are doing it willingly.
From this perspective tragedy is no longer experienced that way, death is welcomed as a new beginning and struggle is appreciated for the experience. From this awareness one can see all the beginnings and the endings, and most choose to come back and experience the trip again and again.
Life is seen for what it is when you are no longer a prisoner—when you let go of old thoughts and beliefs. You cannot experience the full potential of which you are capable while you languish in restrictive imagination and limiting thoughts. You are beautiful, you are free, and you are God living in this body. Be Godlike in your thoughts and in what you want to experience—set yourself free to imagine anything.
What a wonderful world, what a wonderful experience!
Roy is a resident of British Columbia, Canada. An international published author, a student of NLP, spiritual philosopher, New Age Light Worker, Teacher and Phenomenologist. Roy's books and articles are thought provoking, and designed to empower your imagination.Review Roy's new book at: http://www.yourlifewasnevermeanttobeastruggle.com