Saturday, January 5, 2013

The Universal Beauty Of Consciousness

We live in succession, in division, in parts, in particles. Meantime within man is the soul of the whole; the wise silence; the universal beauty, to which every part and particle is equally related; the Eternal One.

Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote those thoughts in 1841. Emerson knew that ideas are psychic intent. Psychic intent generates emotions as well as imagination. Ideas are a force of action within consciousness. They are the means by which all interior events are manifested physically. Everything is the result of the action of consciousness. Consciousness is not a thing; it is action. That action contains and is the wise silence of the eternal one.

Emotions and imagination are a powerful form of energy. Intense emotions have more energy than the energy required to launch a rocket in space. Emotions are thoughts from our interior reality. They break the barrier between the physical and nonphysical and manifest in our objective world. They achieve this feat over and over again as we focus on our individual and mass reality.

We do live in divisions, in parts, and particles. But we are never separated from the universal beauty of consciousness. Our physical activities are directed by the conscious mind, but the body consciousness also plays a part in constructing our reality. The invisible counterparts within our body consciousness are fueled by the whole. These counterparts never leave us. Even after death the invisible interior sounds and interior light qualities of our body consciousness stay with us, and we continue to use them to focus and experience other realities.

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