Friday, February 2, 2018

The physical world, the universe and the Divine

“The physical world as you know it is unique, vital to the importance of the universe itself.  It is an integral part of that universe, and yet it is also quite its own reality.  That reality is dependent upon the perceptions of each kind of life that composes it.  It is a creation of consciousness, rising into one unique kind of expression from that divine gestalt of being – and that divine gestalt of being is of such unimaginable dimensions that its entire reality cannot appear within any one of its own realities, its own worlds.
“Space, again, is a psychological property.  So is time.  The universe did not, then begin at some specified point in time, or at any particular location in space – for it is true to say that all of space and all of time appeared simultaneously, and appear simultaneously.
“You cannot pinpoint the location of consciousness.”

(Dreams, “Evolution” and Value Fulfillment, Session 888)

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