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Exploring the Superconscious

Updated on July 26, 2021

Energy and Connectedness

Our bodies are connected in this vast energy that spreads through everything in a kind of wave. One consciousness is a single part of this vast energy and is somewhat separate in that it is different than the other parts, and yet that different part helps to make up the whole. We should feel at peace because we are connected to each other. When there is awareness of the whole energy we are connected by certain things become known. Our intuition is more heightened. The closer we feel to this form that embodies us all the less we need to struggle to know each other. We realize there is no distinction between parting and being together because in a sense we cannot part.

This world we live in is a kind of stage to develop the separate parts of the whole. It appears as a fa├žade because it is -- it is a vessel that holds one great being which has no form because it is fluid, it flows like a wave through the world. This being is temporarily divided into its separate parts because they all need to develop to a heightened awareness of their inter-connectedness - which is in actuality one complete being. The single part that we feel most strongly is what we call our selves. As we heighten our perception we will become more aware of the energy that contains these single parts, and of the other parts. By experiencing each other at this level we will, in a sense, experience everything and in so doing the entire being will elevate to a higher consciousness. The energy from those experiences will change because the faults will be apparent and we will grow beyond them.

However, we are far from elevating our true form. Each of the separate selves of the entire being must open up. Once all the parts have opened into being conscious of their true form this can happen.

The different parts of this energy have separated into vessels in order to experience one another and reconcile the differences - which will lead towards union. We must connect the parts before the whole can elevate.

There is pollution on this plane in which we are temporarily housed to find our selves and our part in the whole.

We feel our connectedness, but it is used by negative parts of the whole to unite us in away that is really dividing us, pulling us further from our selves, and in so doing further from our true form as one complete entity -- and those of our selves that see this become confused by what union means, as well, and come to fear it - even though a positive union is the best thing we could possibly do.

That is the fight - the pushing and pulling we feel between each other because ultimately we need to be together because we are part of one entity. When we die we come closer to our true form and perhaps if we still need to develop that part of the whole it is reborn.

Robin Coe is a journalist and author. She wrote the fantasy novel "Fly on the Wall" and graphic novel "Illustrated Book of Wrath".

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