The multiverses are vast

They hold more than we can imagine.

And what there is to know… If all of the multiverses were surrounded by a bubble, and I touched the surface of the bubble with my pinky, where I actually had contact is as much as I would know about.

Collectively, we don’t know much. I don’t know much. And I KNOW that I don’t know much. But I have learned some things in the years I’ve been on this planet.

This blog is about my explorations. It’s about what I’ve learned from others and what I’ve learned and am learning from my own inner exploration.

Don’t reinvent the wheel, make it work for you. This is your life. Each and every human that has been on the planet is a unique expression of Source.

Don’t believe what I tell you and don’t believe what someone else tells you. Check in with your own heart. That is where you will find the truth. And there is truth. There is Ultimate truth.

As you explore this beauty of creation, be kind to yourself.

Surround yourself with people who believe in your brilliance. Know that you are spacious, light and aligned with The Beloved. Carry that with you into the world and be strong. Know that Grace surrounds you always. Find joy in life’s small moments. Sing, dance and smell a rose. Eat some ice cream every day. Or Gelato.

Study many different things, from many different sources. If the information feels fluid and open, it’s probably got a lot of life force to it. If it feels like it has a lot of structure and rigidity, it has likely been quite distorted from the original Source material. It will feel like a closed system with a lot of rules.

Eat of many and varied foods that nourish you and satisfy your hunger.

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3 Responses to The multiverses are vast

  1. “Surround yourself with people who believe in your brilliance.” This is a very dangerous thing you are telling people to do. Don’t surround yourself with people who think you’re brilliant, surround yourself with people who see the truth about you and care enough about you to tell you how to become better.

    “Faithful are the wounds of a friend, But the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.” (The Bible, Proverbs 27:6)

  2. Thank you for the insight. I get what you’re saying. Being in authentic conversation with others is important.

    If you read that whole paragraph, there is context. If you remove that one line, there is no context and what you have highlighted would be true. It’s all in how we filter things through our own perspective.

    In order to see through my heart, the way I see it, you need the context.

  3. You’re right of course. That’s the problem with one line quotes. Almost any word for word statement can be true or untrue, depending on the context around it.

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