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Some thoughts on why the universe is expanding

I think scientists have observed that the universe is expanding. I remember theorising recently that since we are the universe (going by the similarity of the universe to an atom in our body), and our world population is ever increasing, each human being born into this world simultaneously gives birth to a new galaxy. And so the universe keeps expanding. That’s just my theory.

Recently, while meditating on Abraham Hicks’ message about how we were more than we ever imagined, my beloved shared with me this food for thought: “Things happened because the Universe makes it happen. The universe loves it when you’re happy and on higher vibration. If people knew this they would spend less energy to achieve.” So I googled the above words and came across an interesting website about the laws of the universe.

Some believe that to understand what is happening outside, we can find the answer inside. It is said that the outer reality of the universe is a reflection of our inner reality. Maybe we can ask ourselves: “Is our consciousness expanding? Is our self-awareness growing?” Then, perhaps that explains the expansion of the universe.

Come to think of it, maybe the universe is also a living organism like ourselves, and responds to our vibrational frequencies. For example, like what the quote above says, whenever we are happy, the universe loves it and is on higher vibration, and so it expands. Just like when a couple in love is enjoying each other’s company, their positive vibrational energy expands and may even manifest in a physical expansion of themselves (their selves), that is, they give birth to a baby. And so also does the universe that continues to expand whenever we all send forth positive vibrational energy. Just a thought to ponder.

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I am a beloved child of Divine Love/Great Spirit, and so are you. We are spiritual beings on a human journey. My main interests in life include Nature, music, spirituality, inspiration, philosophy, sports, reading and photography.

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