posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 12:39 AM
We are all share one consciousness/spirit/soul/life force. This life force is literally a kind of fire. It appears visually as a light or fire, and is
felt as a sort of vibration. If you look around at life forms, you can see this fire expressed visually as a geometric shape. The universal
consciousness expresses itself in form in a variety of ways, but the essence of each and every form is this fire. But how this life force expresses
itself through form is somewhat irrelevant to this thread, although not irrelevant enough to leave it out.
You, as a physical individual, are only capable of withstanding a very tiny amount of the one life force. In this existence, you can become so filled
with life that your physical body cannot contain it, so it will overload and quit working. But this won't be your death. This will be a return to the
universal consciousness that is shared by all.
Your body is capable of withstanding much more life than we are accustomed to, but after a certain point, it just can't contain it.
We are all one universal life force. We come from a single source, and we are that source. But don't be confused. The individual is not supposed to
know the absolute. The individual human can never come close to embodying the full presence of the source. But, with a little help, I might can help
you embody as much of this life force as you can and even more than you can. (which will mean the cessation of your physical body)
The source that we are split itself into ROUGHLY one trillion times one sextillion individual, relative perspectives. I'm not 100% sure why it did
this, but I believe it might be to experience itself perhaps for learning purposes. Everyone you have ever known and every animal you have ever known
and every plant you have ever seen is connected to you by your innermost essence. And it is this essence that is the experiencer of all viewpoints.
Separation is an illusion of sorts. Ultimately, there is no one but you in the entire universe. But don't get confused. You are not here as an
individual to have an ultimate perspective.
Service to self has been a necessary and indispensable survival mechanism for human individuals, and probably always will be. The majority of humans
see little virtue in helping others because doing so seems to go against their nature. Just about everything we do is rooted as a survival mechanism
and serving the self seems like the most effective way to ensure our survival. There is nothing wrong with serving the self, but it needs to be
balanced in the right way with serving others.
Serving others is about relationships. In absolute terms, there isn't really a such thing as an other since we are all one consciousness. But in this
life we live as humans, the concept is very important and couldn't be more relevant.
We're not here to survive for the sake of surviving. We don't eat for the sake of eating, (sometimes). Our being here is to serve the one source.
The source split itself into possibly an infinite number of individual pieces, most likely to learn. Relationships are about interacting with other
aspects of the source, and as an individual, it brings you closer to the source through knowledge. This knowledge of the self connects you to it and
life comes pouring in for this connection. Relationships are about sharing the life force.
Those biased most strongly towards self service tend to be apathic. They cut themselves off from their true self in a harmful, but understandable way
that has them believing their individualized self can reach the absolute status of universal consciousness. These individuals cause themselves great
suffering. They do not care about the interests of others and wish to only act from their own will and desire. In doing so, they directly disable the
connection and it's numerous benefits.
Of course, if we were totally of service to others, we would starve. However, service to others is not pointless. Service to others connects your body
to the spirit. Service to others can bring you utterly transcendent experiences.
Service isn't just about labor. It's about serving and strengthening relationships. More so in fact. It is about listening out of honesty and caring
about people's feelings and letting them condition a reply or an action from you. This is wisdom. Knowledge of the source. It's value is unmatched.
I really wish I could be more helpful in describing the implications, but I'm not that good of a writer. I wish I could show you the potential i see
in putting service to others and service to self at their intended balance. But above all, know that serving others can bring you to experience
divinity and cosmic awesomeness.