Thoughts On Thursday, May 29th With A New Moon!
Several thoughts noted today with two directly relating to writing.
Date: 5/29/2014 11:41:58 PM ( 9 y ) ... viewed 933 times
Inspired today with "Writing Down The Bones". This title somehow just popped into my mind while I was in
"my other office" earlier this afternoon. I made a note at the moment of this "conception" and I followed up with a search for the book online.
There are wonderful excerpts at Amazon that I found were of outstanding, meaningful value to me. I was also deeply emotionally moved with a one-line description of her father that Natalie apparently wrote as young girl. I don't think I was ever so deeply moved with a written description like this before! I actually cried! My emotional catharsis amazed me! I had no knowledge of her father before that moment and I really hadn't had that much of an introduction to Natalie and yet, like an artist, she captured an image and presented in an original light that blew me away, all in one line!
I made another note soon after I arrived in my "regular" office to "write on the importance of having lucid, articulable understanding of the nature of the universe so that each of us can know our rightful relationship to it. The Human Design (HD) System's "Revelation" can support our understanding!"
Over the recent months I have made other notes about the origin of the universe as presented in the HD "Revelation", the most recent of which I had noted the idea of mapping out the published written account. I think doing that is really doable! There is no other "revelation" that I know of that includes Einstein's theory of relativity in the context that the theory is "relative" to post "big-bang". The Human Design Revelation begins right at the moment before the "big bang"!
I have been more aware of the need for this understanding since reading "Cosmos and Psyche" by Richard Tarnas (copyright 2006). I don't see any reference to the Human Design System's Revelation and I wonder why. (Maybe I will fill in the gap.)
"As a theory relevant to the origin of the universe, the Big Bang has significant bearing on religion and philosophy. As a result, it has become one of the liveliest areas in the discourse between science and religion. Some believe the Big Bang implies a creator, while others argue that Big Bang cosmology makes the notion of a creator superfluous.":
However, there is another perspective that includes both the scientific as well as the mystical.:
See: "The Magic" below the "Magnetic Monopole Song"
I have daily affirmations by Louise Hay, author of "You Can Heal Your Life" and I just got to yesterday's affirmation: "I live in a loving, abundant, harmonious universe, and I am grateful." I liked this one and kept repeating it when I was first getting up. By the time I came to my office I was into singing it! Then it suddenly came to me that "I have always been living in a loving, abundant, harmonious universe"! I upgraded the affirmation! I find her version "knocks up against" a subconscious mixed belief that resists the idea of the universe being all that her affirmation says and my upgrade feels like it begins to directly correct that.
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