Aug 092011
 

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Once again, everything circles around to being who.

That’s all there is.

Everything else is your perception.

You have this query – if a tree falls in the forest and there is no one around, does the falling tree make a sound?

Now I ask you – if you are not here to see the world, or the stars or the universe, does it exist?

Your scientists might have something to say about that but that does not mean you shouldn’t think about it too.

What do you have to say in response to that question?

If you are not here, does the world exist?

Wouldn’t that be pretty self-centered to say the world disappears if I am not here?

You take that attitude now.  What you do not see you do not concern yourself with.

You seem to be okay with it on this level, why not on a larger scale?

When You're Not Here

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You make a good point.

Your exploration of who you are being and your expression of that while you are here might lead you to an answer to the question on a larger scale.

No need to blow your mind right away.

Start with what is close to you because that is far enough to give you some clues.

Who are you being with that which you cannot see?

Or perhaps more importantly to ask, who you are being with that which you believe not to impact you?

Does awareness make any difference at all?

You are in an inquisitive mood today.

Ever and always.  Whatever works for you.

I like to switch things up every now and then to confuse you.

Confusion is good.

How else would you come up with something new?

How else you would know the experience of clarity?

This world of duality can be used to your advantage you know.

And there is so much more.

  2 Responses to “Make The World Disappear”

  1. Hmmm … near the bottom of this post, should the statement:

    “I like to switch thinks up every now and then to confuse you.”

    read “switch thinks up” or “switch things up” ?

    Personally, I “think” either works ! :-)

     
  2. Thanks for the typo catch … and laugh.

    And you’re right. Both work and in some ways “I like to switch thinks up …” is more accurate.

    Lorraine

     

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