posted on Dec, 28 2007 @ 07:47 AM
The universe is fractal in form and function.
In the physical the only thing that differs is scale.
In the spiritual the only thing that differs is awareness.
Everything is a reflection of everything else.
Nature abounds with repeated form.
Time is defined as rotations of the spiral.
Each journey is a spiral trajectory, returning to a place near but not the same as the starting point - infinite in both directions.
The Fibonacci sequence and it's related ratios mathematically describe the forms of nature (fractal and spiral), harmony in wave and frequency and
We are the universe on a particular scale in both physical form and awareness - and the scale extends to infinity in both direction both physically
From the Bible:
When Moses asks "Whom shall I say sent me?". God replied "I AM THAT I AM"
"BE STILL and KNOW that I AM God"
From a Catholic Priest who would "BE STILL" when on sabbatical in the Himilayas:
"BE STILL and KNOW THE I AM God"
Should we be able to see the front of the mirror instead of the back, maybe we would realise that there is nothing without that is not within - and
nothing within that is not without.
Then perhaps we are not behind the mirror - perhaps we are the mirror. Are we then to choose whether the reflection we create is a true image,
flattering to the creator or an unflattering distortion?
I have read many, many philosophies. The most profound I discovered in a most unlikely place - a book about predicting financial markets of all things
- "The Elliot Wave Principle" by Robert Prechter.