July 19, 2012
A 3D projection of an tesseract performing an isoclinic rotation. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
How do we know that there aren’t beings that live in other multidimensional worlds that penetrate this one? So, from our senses they are invisible and inaudible and yet they may be walking through us or blowing time bubbles and we don’t even know it.
What if we didn’t rely on images, thoughts and sounds that are solely earth bound, totally in bed with the senses – maybe we would think in a new way. Maybe we could see beyond the skin of time and space and commune with other beings who are not constrained to linear history. If we didn’t think in sense bound ways we may become aware of the movement of higher dimensional beings.
Let us try to imagine how a higher being may manifest their will. For one thing, since they’re beyond our sense bound time – space they could make use of our world. They could use events and materials of this 3 D World in such a way that the desired result is achieved without the process seeming miraculous. These higher beings could manipulate the stuff of life and do something within our 3 D world. They could use time and space, our coordinates of self as an instrument to achieve an end. If this is the case then coincidence plays a major role in discerning the foot prints of the gods.
Coincidence may be seen as one trace of the higher dimensional beings in our midst. Coincidence could be the crack between the worlds. Through this crack, forces speak through oracles, shadows and the wind.
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September 17, 2009
As I write this and you consider the meaning of what I write I doubt that you will take the factual, scientific way to understand what I write.
The scientific “objective” way dictates that you look at only the empirically observable and measurable to ascertain meaning. This means, taking it “literally” (and this is the only scientific way to take it) that you will look at the scribbles or the type, analyze the chemical constituents of the ink, the angle of pressure of the scribble or the level of impact pressure of the fonts, consider the type of ball point pen, fountain pen, pencil or printer or screen. If you are considering a hand written piece, you will consider the forces that pushed the pen, the fingers attached to the hand. You may perhaps even analyse the skin and the temperature which surrounded the hand when the writing occurred.
In short, you would have looked at all the physically observable items and still would not get to the MEANING. I write, “The sky is blue.” You can verify the statement only after understanding its meaning by looking up at the sky. However, if you only analysed the ink, my fingers and room temperature, you would not get the MEANING.
Now, taking this one step or leap further, perhaps our life is a kind of writing, a kind of story written in flesh and blood and its MEANING is not measured with scientific rulers and scales but something else. Perhaps the lineaments of meaning are drawn between synchronous events, which may be called chance or even coincidence. When does chance, coincidence become synchronicity? It does so when we put in our own individual subjective feeling / understanding to it ie our MEANING.
Science has no place in this sacred space of MAKING MEANING.
Carl G Jung originally wrote the “philosophical” understanding of synchronicity.
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