Seeing with more than two eyes
We’re at a crossroad in the evolution of consciousness where many refuse to bridge the gap between science and religion. For them it’s an either/or scenario where one position or the other defines what we call reality. One belief is concrete and fact laden, while the other is faith-based or worse, woo-woo. And yet through the ages, teachers of the arcane proclaimed that the esoteric teachings would be validated when science realized that an “unknown something” (think God) was behind all manifestation (think “Reality”) and science and spirituality would merge. Backing up that claim, a late 19th century Sufi master said, “If scientists touch the summit of their knowledge they will agree with the mystic that the point behind the whole of creation, the whole of manifestation, is a subtle trace of life that can be found. That trace is movement or vibration.”
© 2013 Spirit of Ma’at
By Paul Levy
WARNING: THIS ARTICLE IS DESIGNED TO ACTIVATE
THE CREATIVE SPIRIT. PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK.
“After my first year of college, I remember wanting to take some time off so that I could figure out what I wanted to do with my life. I had always been a good student, and my parents had high hopes and dreams for my success, so the last thing they wanted was for me to take time off from school. Remembering that as a little kid I used to love to draw, they suggested that maybe I wanted to take an art class, hoping that this might keep me in school. I decided to take their suggestion and I took a painting class. It came as quite a shock for me when, in this class, I accessed a long-forgotten creative aspect of myself, and realized that not just me, but that everyone, by “our very nature” is creative.”
What am I here to do… this moment… in this day. Where am I to go… this moment… in this day. What am I here to BE… this moment… in this day.
And more importantly, for me, at least, is to accept what I get as mine to do, and do it in the way that I get to do it.
Nothing more and nothing less.
I do not accept or take on in any way, shape or form, what I “get” as other people’s responsibilities. Of any kind. I do not do their energy work, their clearings, or take on ceremonies or traditions that I get are are theirs.
They are not mine.
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