Thinking that we’re all alone in the world and that it’s always “us” vs. “them” or that everyone is our competition or a threat to our existence until proven differently, can be a very draining and negative way to live and respond to our environment.
But what if we began to see things as they really are: a vast, interconnected, intelligent design that seeks to constantly find balance and harmony amongst so many seemingly varied things.
Beyond the physical form of the world we see and interact in, we’re also part of another dimension of that world – the energetic one.
The Universal Energy Field. Einstein said the Field is the only reality.
But he was stumped by an experiment he called “Spooky Action At A Distance.” When two electrons that were in connection with each other were separated or went off into two infinite directions, and the spin of one electron would change, then the spin of the other electron would change at the same moment.
What was “spooky” about it was that it didn’t require time. The electrons changed simultaneously.
This became known as Quantum Entanglement. And it has broad implications about the multi-dimensionality of the world we’re living in.
If our world were just operating from a Newtonian Model, time would have been required for one electron to influence the other. But because the manipulation of one immediately affected the other, it forces us to look at the interdependence of all things in our universe.
Could it be that everything is connected everywhere at all times?
If this is the case, what does it say about the universe we’re living in? What does it suggest about how we think and what occurs in our life? What is the correlation between what we’re experiencing and what we actually desire? And how could our lives look differently if we were asked to participate more consciously in how our reality unfolds?
Perhaps we’ve never thought to create a relationship with the universe itself. We have relationships with all sorts of things: our parents, food, our lover, friends, cities and even strangers. But what if we saw the universe as an extension of our own life and therefore began to engage with it in a new way?
Participation means actively being engaged in dialogue with ourselves as an extension of (and also through) the universe. Because that’s what we are. We’re not separate from it. We are it.
So begin creating a new relationship with something that we’ve – at best – taken for granted or at worst, never even really gave a second thought to the amazing, intelligent and personal aspect of the universe of which we’re a part.
Ask for what we need, and what we’re seeking more of in life. Ask for answers to things that we’ve been perplexed in figuring out on our own. Engage more heartily in a dialogue with whatever form speaks to us as a reflection of the universe. Expect the answers will come. Know that we’re connected to the information we need to receive. Trust.
And what we might discover is the universe is talking back to us (and with us and through us) all the time.
It wants to participate as much as we do. We merely have to allow it.