Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Have you seen a miracle?

... life is a tale full of sound and fury, signifying nothing - is famous saying of William Shakespeare.  Shakespeare also said - don't believe everything you read on the internet... but that is just a stretch.

Seriously, the life is indeed a story. We are now living what our ancestors were talking about. And the ones who come after us will live what we're talking about. It is called Intent. That how it goes. We set the intention not only for ourselves but for future generations too.

Intention is the starting point of life. It is the creative power that makes your life, it fulfills all of your needs, whether for love, relationships, spiritual awakening, or money.

Have you watched Blade Runner 2049?

How did K discover Dr Anna, a dream maker, intent creator? It is a very good move. Daring in its own right, this broodingly sumptuous saga explores the primacy of feelings, the nature of memories and the essence of being human.

...And old Blade Runner, Deckard (Harrison Ford), a man with a faithful dog that may or may not be a replicant. “Is it real?” K asks. “I don’t know,” Deckard replies. “Ask him.” 
Whether Shakespeare realized this or not, it is beside the point. A new beginning and a fresh start are happening first in thoughts, then words and finally in action. Possibilities are here and if you set the firm intention on something the universe has to deliver it. It has no choice. That how it works.

The Universe and everything in it, including yourself, is mostly “empty space”. The space is not actually “empty”, it’s filled with quantum fields and dark energy (whatever that is). In simple words, even though the universe and everything in it are mostly empty, true empty space (a perfect vacuum) doesn't actually exist...

New Age spirituality teaching you that you create your own reality and that you are what are you believing. However, the saying that you create your own reality has been part of our culture for thousand of years now, from The Buddha to Oprah Winfrey...
If your relationships aren’t fulfilling, or if you’re struggling financially, or if care giving for an elderly parent makes you depressed, you need only make an attitude adjustment to deliver you from suffering to joy. If you simply practice positive thinking you’ll be rewarded with peace of mind.... However, not so fast! Things are not easy at all.

The main reason for your slavery is your belief that inner (thoughts) and outside (world) events are true!

These are the first words of truth - not truth in quotation marks but truth in the real meaning of the word; truth which is not merely theoretical, not simply a word, but truth that can be realized. The meaning behind these words must be understood.

Recognize that everything, including the sense of “I” is false. See that the world is but a show, glittering and empty. Realize that all is nothing. Check every desire and see where they're leading you. See that all objects including your relation to mother, father, children, friends etc. are untrue. Understand that all your relationships are ready to fool you. See your own meaninglessness.

When you see for yourself THAT,  you will collapse in fear and confusion and you will acquire the greatest virtue of this world... humility. Until that happens to you, spirituality and law of attraction is all theoretical, irrelevant.

Everyone wants to be somebody, and no one wants to be a nobody. You are frustrated in your quest for significance. Our present social system of elitism allows a select few to "succeed". For the majority, the life is just wanting. You remain driven by the desire to be somebody so humility is not practical! You can agree that humility is a nice quality in others, because you feel safe and comfortable around people who are humble. But when it comes to yourself, you may consider humility a hindrance to success and a recipe of failure.

There are different ways you may come to experience worthlessness of your human condition.

Think about the cosmos. Consider the vastness of the universe, that there are billions upon billions of galaxies with trillions upon trillions of stars and our sun is just one such star and our planet just a single small planet among trillions planets in our galaxy. You may become aware of how insignificant you are and may experience a sense of nothingness in relation to your own existence.

Or, think about the amazing numbers of people that have come before you and the number of people that will come into this world after you are gone, and when you see yourself for what you are, you may also experience your utter insignificance and nothingness.

Or, you may experience nothingness when you are confronted with death and become aware of your own mortality. This happens when somebody who is close to you dies. The death of a loved one confronts you with the reality of your situation -  that you too are on the path of annihilation, and this realization, together with your lack of understanding of any purpose in your existence, may lead you to the experience of nothingness.

The experience of nothingness you should be after is fundamentally different from the above three examples. It is through turning inward and focusing on your own individuality and experiencing its disappearance that you come to experience nothingness. The experience of nothingness is the experience of the death of your ego and the encounter with what-you-really-are. Such an experience is expressed as the highest form of humility.

You're afraid of nothingness, of nothing... With everything comes the world, with the world - God, who is supposed to have created the world and thus it starts - fears, religions, bondage, spirituality, practice, sacrifices, all sorts of systems - all to protect and support "you", frightened out of your wits by monsters of your own making.

You fear of your worthlessness so you imagine your uniqueness, mission, purpose, experience, and understanding. I am not here to make things right for you. You are on your own.

Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player,
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more. It is a tale,
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury
Signifying nothing.

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