Have you ever looked for the secrets of the universe that lie hidden in the shadows of your experience? Have you ever had an experience in life that just couldn’t be explained through “official” channels, like science and religion? From my own conversations with people, I suspect most, if not all of us, have. For example, many people claim to have seen recently deceased relatives or friends. For the fun of it, Google categories like: seeing ghosts of loved ones, how to tell if a deceased loved one is around, or dreaming of a deceased loved one and what does it mean?
You can spend days, weeks, and months reading all the stories people have written about seeing recently departed relatives and friends. Exposing the larger picture of who and what we are involves more than sharing stories of ghostly encounters we may have had in life. What about dreams and the role they play in our lives? What about the mental constructs of beings, landscapes, and events we create during dreams, waking visions, and imagined experiences? What’s the difference between what we call a “real” event and an imagined one? Aren’t the possible and probable events we imagine just as important as the events we make real? Without a wide range of choices, how can we change ourselves and the world? Without a left, how can we choose to go right? Without a down, how can we choose to go up? Without undesirable events to choose from, how can we have desirable ones to choose from?
Waking Up, Wising Up, and Rising Up To Greater Awareness and Understanding
One of the best ways to open our hearts and minds to new ideas and understanding is to ask questions. For example, what are thoughts – where do they come from and where do they go? What are emotions – where do they come from and where do they go? Where does each moment come from and where does it go? Where is the you that existed two minutes ago and in what form does it exist now? Where is the you that will appear two minutes from now and in what form does it exist in your present? In what form do we, and the universe, exist in the past and future relative to Now? Who or what creates each new moment of our personal and collective experience in the infinite universe of thought, feeling, action and reaction with such exquisite detail, clarity, and integrity? Who or what calls us forth from the subjective universe of infinite possibility and probability, the larger reality behind this one and our lives in material form?
Questions whispered throughout the Consciousness of All That Is.
What are we?
How are we?
Who are we?
What is Reality?
What is the purpose of life?
What do we know that we don’t know we know?
What can we do that we don’t know we can do?
Where do we begin and where do we end?
What are we trying to teach ourselves?
What do we want to learn?
Questions we whisper to ourselves as Beings of Aware Energy in human form.
What can we do today for the selves we’ll be tomorrow?
What do we want most for our children, ourselves and the world?
What is the best way to treat ourselves and each other?
What works best and makes us happiest?
For more on alternate perspectives, read the following:
Out of Body, I watch Grandpa Die by Marilyn Taylor
Dreams of My Unborn Grandson by me – inner communication through dreams?
My Encounter with the Energy of Unconditional Love by me – operating in multiple dimensions at once
The Inner Senses by Seth – channeled by Jane Roberts and recorded by Robert Butts
By Roger A. Peterson (Pete) at https://realtalkworld.com
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― R. Buckminster Fuller
Always doing the best we can with what we know and learning more to do better.
Always remembering and appreciating how good we are, how much we do, and how well we do it.
What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves.