Friday, January 27, 2012

Reality Is Being Remodeled

People say that what we’re all seeking is a meaning for life. I don’t think that’s what we’re really seeking. I think that what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive, so our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonances within our own innermost being and reality, so that we actually feel the rapture of being alive.

Joseph Campbell, the 20th century educator, philosopher, and myth aficionado, wrote those thoughts in his 1988 book, The Power of the Myth. When we think about Campbell’s thoughts, we realize that the meaning of life is not as important as the awareness of life itself. Meaning rests in the awareness of each experience. Experiences are the manifestations of thoughts and beliefs.

Seeded within those thoughts and beliefs are choices that contain a plethora of probabilities. Within those probabilities are links of consciousness that manifest energy. The intensity of that energy is measured by our inner feelings, and those feelings are the measuring sticks for our experiences.

In this segment of linear time, we are creating new experiences that are beyond the confines of our focused reality, and the shift is the source event that is altering our pool of probabilities. The basic construction of our reality is being remodeled; it is not being destroyed. The physical expression of our emotions and sexuality will remain the same, but how we engage other aspects of their design is being tweaked.

We are becoming simultaneously more aware of what we are doing, and what we are feeling, and we are expressing those feelings not for gain, but for what we want to innately feel. Our choices are becoming more comfortable, and they are presenting new tones of consciousness in the probabilities we choose. That energy generates a stronger focus on the process within our experiences, and outcome is not as important as the engagement of the process.

In other words, we are painting each experience with a goal-oriented brush, but we are so involved with the process that we play down the outcome. We are more concerned with our creation, and the process of creating rather than what each experience will become. We are listening to the alternate selves that are guiding us through the shift, and we know the outcome will be what we expect.

The meaning of life is in the process of creating the experiences that expand the awareness of our essence, and the expression of our multiplicity.

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