Saturday, June 4, 2011

Inside Dimensions of Consciousness

The art of life has a pudency, and will not be exposed. Every man is an impossibility, until he is born; everything impossible until we see success. The ardors of piety agree at last with the coldest skepticism, that nothing is of us or our works, that all is God. Nature will not spare us the smallest leaf of laurel. All writings come by the grace of god, and all doing and having. I would gladly be moral, keep due metes and bounds, which I dearly love, and allow the most to the will of man, but I have set my heart on honestly in this chapter, and I can see nothing at last, in success or failure, than more or less of vital force supplied by the Eternal. The results of life are uncalculated and uncalculable. The years teach me much that the days never know.

Ralph Waldo Emerson in his essay, Experience is explaining the nature of this focused reality. Awareness comes in with lightning speed, but is absorbed in slow motion. The years are the result of days, which rely on hours, and hours are entangled in moments, which is where the spirit meets the flesh. The inside dimensions of consciousness can not be identified, but are obvious with each blink of an eyelash.

Each individual carries unlimited creativity, but that energy is compacted and contained in boxes of beliefs that are riddled with distortions and contrite senselessness. We play our beliefs over and over again using one melody and expect to hear different music. Different music is playing within the psyche that fires the vitality within us, but we choose to believe someone or something is responsible for our own responsibility.

We look for change when we create political tomfoolery and governmental hypocrisy. We dip ourselves in self appointed waters of redemption while the change and the confirmation we so actively seek is firmly embedded in the our will to be.

To some extent we can access the incalculable results of life if we focus on the families of consciousness that exist within us. Each latent portion of the self contains the essence of the whole so the vital force of the Eternal is the composition of the pauses and the silences that exist within the self. The whole self teaches what the focused self already knows, but we believe everything is impossible until we see our innate designs manifest physically.

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