Einstein considered the field as the sole governing agency of the particle. Maybe oneness as a field is the sole governing agency of life, being and matter. Maybe oneness as a field is the sole governing agency of what brings “being” into presence, and potentiality into being.
The “ground of being” of the subatomic world, which is teeming with latent possibilities not yet actualized, not yet real, is as foreign to us and difficult to reconcile for you against the world of matter as you experience it on a daily basis, as is the eternal now is as foreign to you and difficult to reconcile for you against your linear experience of life, the world of cause and effect. Both ways of looking at the world are valid, depending on the place of observing.
Depending on the place of observing, you either enter a world of “I,” where time is the ruling force, or you enter a world of presence and simultaneousness, where oneness is the sole governing agency.
Depending on the place of observing, you either have the experience of time, or you have an experience of oneness and the notion of time is absent. The apparent passage of time is an illusion when you consider “time” from the perspective of oneness.
Depending on the place of observing, you either enter a world of cause and effect, where the “I” determines your experience of life, and you are that “everything flows and nothing abides”, and that “you cannot step twice in the same river” or you enter a world of presence and simultaneousness, where the sole governing agency is the oneness of life, and you come to realize that “no things come to be, or slipping into the past, cease to be.”
In oneness, you come to realize that our experience of life comes into being by the act of observing, and the way you experience life is relative to the place of observing.
The language of “I” misleads you to believe that its nature is descriptive of life, which implies that there is a world “out there” that it represents, while in fact there is nothing, but language that manifests the world, and the conscious act that brings potentiality into being. “I” brings about the idea of being, not the presence of being. In life, you often tend to confuse the idea for its actuality.
You are not often in touch with the miracle of life. You are not often in touch with the infiniteness of the universe on a daily basis. If you recognize the space of infinity and the silence of the eternal now as the underlying reality of your daily experience of life and of your existence as you know it, you are then able to bring perspective to your life and come into a profound peace with your own existence. You then find peace in a knowing that you are not just the meeting point of mind and matter, but ultimately you are infinity, and oneness is consciousness undefined. You are now open and awake to the mystery of life.
You then realize that there is no separate reality and what you experience as your daily life is a footprint of your own consciousness. You realize that there is no separate reality that you experience, but an unbreakable unity that is brought about by the act of observing. The apparent experience of separateness is an illusion that is brought about by the “I” that brings you in a relationship to being as a substance, and being is now “wrapped” in an experience of a past, a future and a present moment, which defines you inside the way things are. You come to realize that in the presence of oneness, where there is a nonlocality of observing, the infinite comes into presence in the silence of the eternal now.
When you look up to the sky and you are present to the universe being without an end and without a beginning, which is the infinite space in which your life unfolds, you realize the limitations you bring upon yourself in the way you look at life. The language of “I,” where there is a beginning and an end, obscures you to see that you are a field of oneness; it obscures you to see that a butterfly flapping its wings in one part of the field, moves everything else in another part of the field; it obscures you to see that one conscious act of courage in one place of the world may call up a similar act of courage in another place in the world.
The language of “I” obscures you to see that you are the field of oneness and that oneness is the sole governing agency of the universe. If you are one with this field, tap into this field, and you transcend your separateness to life, you then come into oneness, and are one with the governing agency of the universe. You then will be a true agent of change. You then come to your true potential and you are no longer a passive bystander to the dance of the universe, but are a creative choreographer of the presence of life, life itself, and matter.
Maybe it is time to come into a unifying theory of physics and the science of the humanities, where we realize that oneness is an unbreakable universal field, where everything is connected to everything else and nothing stands apart and it is the conscious act that brings potentiality into being, and possibility into presence.
In transcending the “I,” and coming into the grace of being, you open yourself up to the miracle of life, and come to realize that oneness is the sole governing agency of the universe.
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