Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Blessing Our Madness

Our greatest blessings come to us by way of madness provided the madness is given us by divine gift.

Socrates, the Greek philosopher, is considered one of the founders of Western philosophy. Everyone has a philosophy. Some of us follow logical explanation and established beliefs, while others follow the philosophy that exists within us.

The philosophy within us can be called madness by those separated from it. In that madness, dreams become our reality. In those dreams, we search for the meaning of our waking consciousness, and its existence. In our dreams there is only one self. That self focuses on several dimensions. Logical thinkers say that the self only focuses on our physical reality, but every night these logical thinkers find the self focused in another dimension.

Our divine gift is that flexible self. The madness is our ability to move through different dimensions and stay in the same location. Philosophy is the understanding of that madness, and the urge to make sense of it. But, our senses betray us. It is only when we use the power of our inner senses that our madness becomes clear. Our madness is our blessing, and it is our innate philosophy.

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