I just woke up. It is 6 in the morning. This is a powerful time for me because my conscious mind has not yet fully awakened to the impending drama of my day. That which abides presently is the highly intuitive side of my personality, somewhat akin to automatic writing. Something in me says, “Write this.” I have learned to trust that voice. I no longer question it – I simply comply. At this moment in time, this precious moment, it is NOT about the ego. It is about information.
According to the late Michael Talbot in his book, The Holographic Universe, it would take a computer four stories high and as large as the state of Oklahoma to equal the power of one human mind. When I close my eyes at night and focus my vision on the dark field before them, I can actually see the thought waves moving in a specific direction. I then permit a new thought to develop which immediately creates a new wave pattern which collides with the original wave form, forming a third distinct set of waves. I just described the holographic nature of the human brain, visually.
Now, since human consciousness is a part of the vast ocean of the universe, “as above, so below,” what we observe within ourselves is but a microcosm of the universal mind. A drop of water, a part of the ocean, never apart, yet always a part, and that drop, that ocean IS consciousness. There can never be a disconnection with that thought stream, since that thought stream is what we are. All else is slumber, illusion.Every miracle, every phenomenon derives its power from thought, initially. Years ago my teacher showed me how she could move a compass needle without touching it. I asked her, “Can I do that?” She replied,”No.” I responded with, “Why not?” Her answer was, “Because you don’t believe that you can.” Case closed!
What if all of us had the gift to visually see the effect of our thoughts on physical reality, as individuals and collectively? We see the effects every day but we do not connect the dots. We do not actually assume responsibility for what we are always creating, with our minds, our emotions, our decisions. The result is a life of reaction, rather than deliberate creation. It is unfortunate, because that which separates us from the rest of the animal kingdom is our freedom of choice. Animals react. Humans get to choose. So much is at stake. I read once that our individual and collective destinies are to responsibly run solar systems, galaxies, as we approach Source. All we have to work with is thought in the present moment, to get there. Make those moments count. I will forever remember:
Control your thoughts, and you control your emotions.
Control your emotions, and you control your habits.
Control your habits, and you control your character.
Control your character, and you control your destiny.
Our destiny is the stars. This is what I believe.