What If It’s All Our Imagination
BY RJ Spina
Many of us feel compelled to understand more about our world, our selves and each other. We know everything is One and yet everything has its own individual Beingness as well, paradoxically. How do we interpret and coalesce the massive amount of information from books, movies, articles, videos and blogs in order to assist us in figuring it and ourselves out? What if it is all simply our imagination?
Do Aliens exist? Where do we come from? What is the origin of mankind? What is the truth? Why is the world the way it is? How do we master this reality? Do other realities exist? What is God? Does all of this end and if so when?
There is so much, maybe too much to contemplate and uncover. Do we lead our lives based upon not knowing the answers and justify our perpetual search mode for information sake? Or perhaps we lead our lives based on our belief that some things are simply unknowable and relinquish our feckless attempts at figuring it all out? Maybe some of us simply fall in-between those two scenarios of unending searches and our capitulation to the unknowable.
What if, just for a moment, we move forward with a different perspective:
That everything is exactly as it needs to be.
That everything is as we IMAGINED it to be.
That everything is choice.
What if we embraced that perspective.. would we give ourselves the freedom to lead our lives differently?
Would we choose to experience more joy? Would we cease to be preoccupied with ourselves and choose to help others? Would we choose not to stress, worry, complain or suffer? Would we choose not to judge others, nor ourselves for there would be no need? Would we choose to relinquish the need to get our point across or be right?
Would we choose to be grateful for the divine and mystical experience of the here and now?
What if questions are simply obstacles we have put before ourselves in order not to experience the knowingness we have buried within our hearts and consciousness.
Maybe all questions and answers have no MEANING in regards to the next breath we take. And if so, how important could they possibly be?
What if not asking questions nor seeking answers is the only way we experience true knowingness, total completeness, the ALL.
It only takes one breath to find out.
Close your eyes. Slow your breathing. Any thoughts or feelings you grasp at are not you. Let them blow through.
Surrender to that exquisite stillness. Open your heart and in your minds eye say, “Reveal Thyself.”
The ALL awaits your conscious return.