posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 08:51 AM
in "reality", there is no such thing as time, or space, or dimension, "you" are just a small part of the master weaver's brain that is focused on this
small intersection of threads that make up "reality". but "you" are also the master weaver, and as such, there are other versions of "you" focusing
on other intersections of the threads and all these versions can interact with each other, if the master weaver chooses them to, just like the yarns
in a loom often make contact with many others in the weaving process. this point is home to "you", your anchor, till the master weaver decides that
you should be relocated to another point. you can deny this point as being your anchor, pull yourself in all manner of directions, interact with
threads and intersections that you weren't meant to, but then, when the threads of our clothing gets that unruly, we tend to throw the piece way don't
we? try as the master weaver might, they may not be able to get you anchored back into the thread again properly.
as just a thread in a loom, we don't really get to see much, do we? I mean you might be just one small speck of gold surrounded by black threads and
it might seem like a crappy place. and, I have to tell you that there are some really crappy intersections within the woven place, life on earth is
really quite nice compared to them. but you have to get close enough to the mind of the master weaver's mind and look through his eyes to actually
see what reality truly is.
referring to creation as just a computer program doesn't do it justice, nor does it give yourself credit for the large part that you are playing as
the master weaver. you might be aware of just this tiny speck, but there are many, many other tiny specks that are YOU are focusing on throughout
time, space, and dimension.