If I take a picture of a giant wave on the ocean, the movement of the ocean is frozen by taking the picture. I show you the picture and you say, “Oh that’s a beautiful wave; let’s go see it.” We go to the ocean, and that wave is no longer there because what we saw in the picture was a frozen moment of observation. So, too, is the act of perception, we freeze the movement of the universe into a leaf, or a table, or a cloud, or a rainbow.
When we wake up to divine consciousness, we don’t just see a leaf, or a table, or a cloud, or a rainbow; we see the whole universe being all these things. We feel the presence of spirit naturally unfolding in whatever we observe. We’re not doing anything to make this happen; we’re just allowing the universe to unfold and play itself out through us.
- Nancy Ward: Vibe Report (nalonmit.wordpress.com)
- A mental survival kit (disclose.tv)
- Empathy (tinmaddog.wordpress.com)
- Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies (talesfromthelou.wordpress.com)
- Hope (tinmaddog.wordpress.com)
- Deepak Chopra’s admirable attempt to explain in a nutshell the universe according to quantum physics – i.e. how consciousness precedes matter, and is its basis (aaronasphar.com)