Unity is about embracing the reality of who you are and letting that serve as the center of your whole life.
What is it to make a choice when all choices are dictated by the spirit of the world?
Harmony or disharmony. Playing an instrument well or poorly comes to mind. And that is part of the choice making process, yes.
Choice and free will are acoustics. You can sing of your free will, and the world changes the sound by bouncing it back at you and you hear it differently, but it’s still a response to you. But the world isn’t passive. It isn’t just walls you are bouncing sound off of. It’s alive with the same life you share, and it’s listening. So as the world listens to you, it gets an ear for your song, and modifies it’s own. Sort of like the wave/particle paradox. You are exercising free will, but you aren’t moving or changing the world. Even if it looks like you are, you are changing yourself, your observation. It’s like being a spiritual bat. You understand the spirit of the world (or spirit world if you will) by taking an action, engaging in self expression, and listening to what happens after. Ever notice how variable that is? Is it literally true that the same action always get the same results? Science itself works by listening to the world.
So Einstein was not totally right? No, he wasn’t totally right, but it wouldn’t be fair to expect him to be. He was still a world changing genius. Science works by asking the world really well worded and persuasive questions.
His was just a theory. Wasn’t it not a proven fact? Much, but not all of his theory is holding up quite nicely. There were very few blind spots. Less than perfect is still good enough. All human understanding is automatically less than perfect.
Persuasive questions. That is where it gets tricky between the observer and the observed. Exactly, and that’s why people get to feeling their life is out of control and like they lack free will. They don’t realize they are choosing to be an object. Something is scary so I have to breath faster, or something is disappointing so I have to breath slower. The problem with choice is not having too many choices. It’s actually thinking that allows us to have too few.
I have been amazed at the totally new insight that can arise when I just regulate my breath. Well, even more amazing, the insights aren’t totally new. Your body already knew them. You just weren’t listening. Too busy with noisy, uneven breathing.
Is sleep apnea related to this solar plexus chakra? It can be, yes. Though I find it’s actually more tied to the chakra above the heart. The chakra responsible for informing, for giving or breath structure. The third just gives it pattern, rhythm. It’s the fifth chakra that sort of serves as the crack the light comes through.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.