Friday, October 15, 2004

Macrocosm and Microcosm

Good question. First everything is. We are both the observer and the observed. It is all a matter of distance and perspective. Where are we standing when we make our observation?

In meditation we can stand inside of the unity of being and be both thought and form allowing the interplay of energies to flow through us. We may experience this for a moment or two or perhaps longer.

Life is movement as our thoughts too flow always from one to another. In and out are often interchanged as one door opens and the next one appears in the distance.

Are we the microcosm of the macrocosm? Yes. It is self evident that no observation can take place without the perceiver. Every answer continues to another question. It is after all how we grow.

In synch. Our thoughts experience a totality of being which is our connection (microcosm) to the whole (macrocosm) Keep it simple. Unity. One. We need to unify our thoughts. The time for analysis and comparisons are long gone. Even the division of macrocosm and microcosm is arbitrary. It is arbitrary because we are seeking words in essence to define the undefineable. Leave it as a work in progress and go with the flow.


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