Posted in Equality, Identity, Origin

Why things are the way they are (Musing aloud)

We live in the universe as an expression of the universe that is discovering and knowing itself.

We are the universe, and the universe is us, manifesting itself in many different forms.

Like the universe, we are in a constant state of evolving and growing and expanding.

Evolution is not so much the survival of the fittest, but more of the survival of those who are willing to adapt, grow, change and mature…

We can choose to rise in higher consciousness and thrive or shrink in fear and become stagnant…

We can choose to be not guided by fear but by love.

So there is this power structure, that is invisible but insistent.

Why then would police brutality and racial profiling continue to happen?

Why then would solar energy not be more widely used when technology is here?

It is for this reason that Jesus came to challenge the status quo, the power structure.

But why would the universe allow for this to happen?

Did we come to forget so that we can remember again?

Is the reason we harm ourselves and others because we don’t know what we are doing?

We have bought into the illusion of separation, and we must awake from it.

Yoga may be a good practice to divest ourselves from the power structure and its control thereof.

We reconnect to our divine self and not allow ourselves to be subjugated by the authorities.



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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