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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

 
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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
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Having eyes and taking in the landscape and surroundings does not mean seeing. Having something come into one’s field of vision does not mean one has vision. A child when gazing up at a star will ask, what is that? The answer will come in various forms but the child can only knows what he is told, and the one telling can only know from what information he had obtained from other humans.

The child is told, that is a star, it twinkles, you can wish on it, or the child might be told, that star is a bright light like the sun. Rarely, would a child be told that every star is a living, intelligent being, with an awareness beyond human form and form beyond human understanding, and like the earth he stands on, including himself, is portion of the One Infinite Creator.

A human adult has been taught that having a human brain is the sign of higher intelligence, but the star shines in the eyes of a child and fills him with wonder.

Since we are all children in matters of God, to express infinity in simple terms, is more understandable, than all the complicated theological dissertations regarding the omnipotence of God. The child understands that when he takes a crayon and draws a picture, that he is creating his own world. Just as the creations of the child could not exist unless they came up into his mind, so too all that we see is one small corner of a vast series of picture realities into which physical form has been given the breathe of life.

A child’s mind is closer to understanding this place of wonder than the minds of adults, whose minds have been adulterated with so called human logic, which removes the synchronicities, and the meaning. Many adults see no meaning, no plan, only random events without connection, and certainly no intelligence.

If you say to a child, God is in everything, that child will be careful how he treats everything, and will not be careless. He can easily grasp the sacred nature of life. Such a child retains his spiritual connection to the unseen.

Ancient cultures believed that the Great Spirit resided in everything around them. Great thinkers of the west, consider this a primitive way of thinking, but wasn’t it Christ who taught to become like a childlike, or primitive in one’s thinking?

The complicated way that adults see the cosmos puts The One Infinite Creator as outside the creation and yet the Creator is within all creation. In reality there is no high or low, nothing is valueless, but everything is equally valuable because everything is part of One, This One, cannot be given a single name or a single abode or a single identity, since this identity is All.

The One Infinite Creator cannot be personified and does not need x ray vision or many trillions of eyes looking at the world from somewhere outside, because the Creator is “within” His creation, even the smallest atom is intelligent.
In the Gospel of Thomas is says “Split a piece of wood: I am there. Lift a stone, and you will find me there.”

This is the truth hidden from the eyes of the wise ones and given to babes. Not only is God within rocks, wood, water, air, fire and the earth, but within every atom of every star. Humans are living consciousness existing in the midst of living consciousness, where all parts are connected and communicate with all other parts, and all is alive and aware.

The purely physical view, makes the earth a resource; makes the stars no more than night- lights, and focuses the mind on its own physical needs and wants. It’s the difference between living in a dead universe, devoid of synchronicities and surprises, and living in an aware, alive universe, where anything can happen and does.

The stars are not there for humans to conquer and the earth is not there to plunder. Other humans are not stepping stones to be walked on and to be used to make a profit, and life is not cheap but precious.
As was stated in the beginning, seeing is not vision and looking at something for decades does not mean it is understood.
And when there is no spiritual life in a person, what is left is a physical shell that just consumes and grasps for more in an attempt to keep the mind off the awful but eventual death it fears. The truth is, that stars and eternal and so are we.

But a child’s mind is ripe with possibilities and anything is possible, because he can see himself flying to the stars and talking to trees and imagine what adults think is ridiculous. He has not become conditioned and jaded. Christ said, unless you become like these little children, you will never enter in to the kingdom.


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as always, tree, your words come at just the right time, with the right message.
i thank you and love you for that.
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applause Brilliant!! OP.... thumbs
Brakes is gone!! "Weeze fweewheelin!"

Just say "NO!" to Luciferian Insectazoids.

"I am not here"...what is here?..Isn't here just there without a T...?
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so beautiful, thank you!
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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,
methinks i don't have to look too far
to see an angel in front of me,
& to know that angel's name is Tree!

Thank you so much for this post, Tree,
for like your others, it's heavenly!



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smile_kiss


Loved it.
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Really not much meat in there to chew on tree, but what can be expected of a vegan spiritual diet.

Not only does it not make one bit of common sense but contradicts and bastardizes anything that is of any glimpse or substance of truth.
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We can only choose which mind control we like the best. Some like the new age. They aren't any worse then the rest of us.

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I would agree that every person's reality is simply consciousness. Thought creates reality, and our combined thoughts creates our overlapping realities. EVERY-THING has consciousness and reacts when interacted with, including the chair we are sitting in right now. Now, what is consciousness, but the breath of our creator. Wonderful isn't it?

Object-Oriented Reality in a Conscious Universe
by Owen Waters
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The universe and everything in it consists of 100% consciousness. The fabric of the universe is consciousness. Physical matter consists of subatomic particles of energy. Energy is nothing more than compressed consciousness, so matter is fundamentally composed of consciousness.

Space and time are both projections of viewpoints within the one consciousness which created the universe. Space and time are fabrications, illusions, created by Infinite Being, the eternal Here and Now. The concepts of space and time allow Infinite Being to expand itself into a theater of infinite change and experiences. We are the eyes and ears, so to speak, of Infinite Being as it experiences itself from an infinite number of different viewpoints.

There is a theory that the universe only exists when you are observing it and, therefore, that each person must be creating their entire universe. However, at the everyday human level of consciousness, it is readily apparent that the universe goes on whether any particular individual is watching it or not. For example, you don't create the stars in the night sky the moment you look up at them. You see them already in existence, in the position they were in hundreds of light-years ago when their light began its journey to your location. The key to understanding the construction of the conscious universe is something I call Object-Oriented Reality.

Object-Oriented Reality states that the universe consists entirely of consciousness and that physical objects are projections of consciousness within time and space. These objects are themselves conscious and each maintains their own independent properties defining their nature and location.

That means that even the physical objects we have been taught to believe to be inanimate are not just constructed from consciousness, they are actually conscious objects. Even the smallest subatomic particles have their own basic consciousness.

Because the choice of Creation is to produce infinite variety, every single subatomic particle in the universe is unique. Every subatomic particle has a distinct vibrational tone or "personality" to it. Its personality may be extremely simple when compared to the human concept; yet, when it collides with another subatomic particle, it has enough consciousness to form a relationship with it.

In such a case, both subatomic particles involved in the collision remember each other as they fly off in different directions. If one then hits a wall, the other also feels this and reacts in sympathy. The very building blocks of physical reality - subatomic particles - have their own level of consciousness.

Each subatomic particle is an independent object unto itself. It has properties, a whole list of them: it has momentum, a position in space and time, a frequency and density of consciousness that forms its very nature, it has an electrical charge, and so on. When it becomes affected by other particles, its properties, such as its direction of travel after a collision, become changed by the interaction.

When the conscious entity that we call a subatomic particle is combined with other particles to form an atom, an object of a higher order is formed. At that point, many particles come together to form a larger object, one with its own consciousness, which is greater than the sum of its parts. It is greater than the sum of its parts because, in addition to its parts, it is also a new, larger entity.

That atom may then become attached to other atoms to form a molecule, which is yet another higher order of functionality, also with its own unique combination of properties. That molecule may become part of a tree, which then becomes shaped into one component of a wooden chair. Now we have an object called a chair, consisting of a hierarchy of conscious components which now share the one, integrated set of properties called a chair.

An object is therefore comprised of a functional hierarchy of smaller components, each of which is composed of consciousness, and each of which has awareness.

If someone moves your chair when you are away, its location property will have been altered and you will see it in its new location when you return. The chair was moved independent of your awareness, without you being the one who moved it. As an independent, conscious entity, it retains its own set of properties, including its location.

Everything in the world is a conscious entity and has awareness, even the things that we have been taught to view as inanimate. Your house feels more like home when you love it, because, as a conscious entity, it feels your love and reciprocates your empathetic feeling. Your car works better and becomes more reliable when you love it and appreciate it for the work that it does. Your pets are fully aware of your thoughts, even if they don't yet understand thought patterns that include logic, like phrases that include the words "if" and "or else!"

Within the theater of life, each object maintains its own set of properties and yet each object exists within the massive field of fundamental consciousness called Infinite Being. The idea that objects are "out there" in space, external to us, is just an idea that is achieved by projection of consciousness. It's a viewpoint, an entertaining illusion, somewhat similar to the illusion of watching a movie on a big screen.

The universe is one huge field of consciousness containing an infinite variety of objects, each of which manages itself according to its design and the set of properties that defines it. As human beings, we are a part of this universal map of consciousness and interact with it.

When you see another person, you are seeing the expression of the same underlying reality of Infinite Being as you. That person is experiencing life from a different viewpoint of the one reality. That is why, even though you maintain the appearance of being different, you and the other person are, deep down, really one.

In everyday living, humans do not appear to have a direct effect on physical objects with their minds. However, in the tiny world of subatomic particles, it is very apparent that we do. Human consciousness is seen to directly affect particles of energy in many ways. In the physics laboratory, focused human attention is seen to bring energy potential out of the vacuum and into manifestation as observable energy particles. In the same experiment, without an observer being present, no
particles become manifest. Thus, the human mind actually creates or manifests energy particles where there were none.

We live in a universe which was created by consciousness and, yet, our minds appear to have limited power to affect our environment in daily life. But, ask yourself this.

Could we really be great creators, just waiting to discover our true abilities?


This article was written by Owen Waters, author of "The Shift: The Revolution in Human Consciousness" * www.infinitebeing.com/theshift *
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