Originally posted by TOMFROMOZ
reply to post by TOMFROMOZ
Popular topic I see. Well bugger it I gonna keep posting.
Another viewpoint could be that if we do live in a multiverse of many dimensions as some theories suggest, then we could be connected to our
interdimensional selves via our souls. Perhaps 2012 is a point of singularity and ascension as these dimensions collide and our souls recapture every
persona across all dimensions that belong to it and become one, single. Maybe this feeling is our souls calling out or communicating to us and our
interdimensional selves and beckoning us home...
i like what you are doing in simply trying to share your perspective. The issue is many find difficulty in having a discussion with others where they
disagree, and dont really go in depth when we do
agree. Now, i get the exact opposite from your post, which i absolutely commend.
i have found/learned recently that generally those who are reading will take what is written as if they
wrote it, and ascribe all meaning and
contexts that way instead of simply trying to understand what the other person said. Of course, this would initially involve understanding how
different we all see the world even when we agree. Inevitably, what we each say individually in these respects, only applies to our own view of what
"is." But, by cooperating and using these perspectives together, to learn and explore, i think we can start making true movement and it doesnt take
contextual agreement. Instead, many see interactions with others as some type of competition, where one viewpoint absolutely must prevail, rather
then letting both perspectives shed limited light on the same "subject."
its really great that you are willing to talk about it and actually explore it!
How i see it, no matter what is "felt," it should not distract from "being." There are many ways to say this, and in the end, is naturally beyond any
words or even thoughts we use to describe it. Our "body" here, even just physically, is more than thoughts themselves. That is hard to "bypass,"
because thoughts are the result of only one system contained within many other systems in our body. So, the growth of our perspective might only be
able to occur when one comes from that stable base of being, instead of the ever-changing what is "felt," or what i see as the "action."
How i have contextualized it is that there are two parts to our "interaction" with the universe, and i see them as the "observer" and the "action."
These can be demonstrated partially by the difference between just thinking about your arm moving, and actually moving your arm. They both use the
brain, it is just two different ways of interacting and both have their uses. Interestingly (to me), i have found that these exist simultaneously
though we usually only come from one or the other. We cant necessarily expand our thought-based perspective to encompass both of these though, as it
is only a result of the action. Experientially, it is similar to almost adding a whole new "thing" alongside the thought-based perspective.
Historically, that "thing" is the lungs through breathing exercises, and then going from there. The idea isnt to nullify the thought processes, but
understand them as one layer in the sandwich. Once it has grown enough, true movement can start being made by both the observer and the action
simultaneously. As the only place that wasnt
happening was in how we limited our own perspective of "it" (by free will).
So, given this understanding of things, this feeling may very well be a test of who will be taken out by the tide of our own action without anchoring
"for the storm" in experientially and actively "being."
edit on 24-5-2011 by sinohptik because: (no reason given)