Life is lived in moments.
Is my imagination really my imagination, or am I perceiving something that already exists? You are perceiving something that already exists, but you achieve a state of being by self knowledge. It’s like proprioceptive feedback. You know where your arms are by the tension you feel when you stretch them or when they bear weight. Our limits are like our awareness of our skin. It’s a vital awareness, but how much does it have to do with operating a computer or driving a car?
So we bare weight whilst we wait bare. Indeed. Well said.
If I ingest a lot of knowledge, will my body of perception grow? Yes, and that is why you are ingesting the experiences you are now. Your limits have their context not in things which are evident, but in things which are fundamental, elemental to reality itself. The events that seem to occur in future moments are real and substantial presences now. They exist in an objective form in a realm we perhaps can only call the causal realm. The etheric, if you prefer, or the astral. Physical existence is as two dimensional as your computer screen. This doesn’t mean you have no awareness beyond that, but have you been paying attention to that awareness? If so, what is that like for you? If not why not?
This is why we can sometimes intuit events though we don’t know why. You may have been sitting so long that you have lost feeling in your legs, but instinctively you still know they are there.
As they already have happened? They are already present, yes, but they are in the process of happening. We can feel them coming sort of like we feel our stomach working after a meal.
I have the sense (sort of in the corner of my eye) that every physical circumstance in my life has been created as a result of my idea of the possible. Your idea of the possible stems from your posture in the causal realm. Hopefully, you aren’t standing on your head and hoping to walk very far.
Ever put your arms over your head and you see your hand out of the corner of your eye, and you get confused as to which hand it is? Exactly. When you do that in the causal realm it often seems like it might be the hand of God. In a sense it is the hand of God, but the hand of God through you.
Isn’t it true that your vision is upside down until your brain flips the image around? It is indeed true, and that is not the only trick the brain plays on itself.
Humanity has a great many surprises coming its way as it discovers just what state they have been lingering in, and how it differs from their future potential. Unfortunately, these jumps seem to occur only in periods of psychological and societal exhaustion.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.