The money game continues to be the tool of measurement by which many determine their own value and worth as well as those of others. There are master players who are few and far between while the majority of the world struggles to figure out how to stay in the game if only as a pawn.
Throughout the course of our lives we have heard the phrase “it doesn’t matter,” or “it matters.” Little attention is given to the deeper connotation of these words. The idea that something “matters” or doesn’t “matter” is a direct reference to the need for it to take shape or form. If it matters, this would imply that it is necessary for it to take on form, to materialize, whether physically or emotionally. We are giving permission for it to move out of wave form into particle form. If it does not matter then there is no need for it to take shape or form; no need for it to move out of its wave form.
The idea that no one fails at life is not a common statement or sentiment. The reason being is that we are conditioned to measure our lives by spoken and unspoken codes of behavior. How do you define failure?
Note: Although much of this analysis might appear to be more Western world related, it all trickles into other cultures. The Western world has tremendous influence on the rest of the world, from extreme subtlety to the extremely obvious. Please note that when I decided to write this article I had no knowledge that this was the month for breast cancer awareness. Food for thought!
We ultimately exist in the realm of imagination…who or what is imagining us? Are we the ultimate imaginer? Why are we so afraid to own that position? Perhaps it is because for so long we have been convinced that someone else is at the wheel.
This is a question that is well worth examining from many different angles. Who is in charge of the humans, do humans need handlers/controllers? Humans are hard wired to be controlled; hard wired for slavery. Because of this the vast majority readily accept the need for control by government, corporations, religion/spiritual constructs and education.
From time to time you may have experienced a sudden shock or feeling as if segments of time are missing or awakening to a sudden realization of the disappearance of past memories. This experience can be quite jarring at first. What we do not realize is that we have traveled to a reality that may have some extreme differences to the reality we may have left behind.
There is an interesting paradox in the divineness of all things. A number of people have said that everything is divine and we need not do anything. Let’s first define the word “divine” to the best of our ability
Is there ever a moment when there is truly nothing left to give. Everyone has experienced that moment of spiritual exhaustion. It’s that feeling of having tried and tried yet things seem to take three steps forward and two steps back. The idea of being positive becomes more of an annoyance especially when others attempt to be encouraging. It’s the journey through the valley and into the dark night. What is perhaps perplexing is the certainty held in believing that one has exceeded a reoccurrence of that experience. One is left speechless, exhausted, a little ticked off and thinking what that *%#@ !.