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Imagine a sphere. To create the sphere, you start at the bottom and work your way up, layer by layer, until the entire sphere is complete. Say you come into the room as the sphere is being created. You see a partial hemisphere forming from the bottom, with a relatively flat surface. There is what looks like a sort of maze on the surface. It has some lines that connect, some areas are more complex than others, There appears to be some regularity to it. It hints at a cohesive whole. A picture is emerging. You can only see the bottom, but not the top. However, you know that as successive layers are added, you can assume that the picture will be clearer each time. More connections will be made, and it will grow in complexity, at least up to a certain point. You can deduce a fuzzy, general picture of how the rest of the sphere will take shape, based on what is already formed. As the layers grow, you can make better predictions on the final picture.
This is what I saw this morning. I see the universe as this sphere. It doesn't have to be a sphere necessarily, this is probably only a general model. I think that as each layer is added, a Planck's length at a time, we experience the universe as happening in "time". There is no real time, only an illusion created by the incremental layers being added successively. There is only one soul, and as it travels upwards, splits into billions of parts, increasing in awareness as it hits each successive layer. Everything already exsists, but we can only experience the whole in bits at a time, at billions of different place, from different perspectives.
Thoughts and predictions:
People will become aware of this at a faster rate, as their little section of the maze become increasingly complex.
Sections of the maze will begin to merge. Personal boundries will begin to dissolve as pieces of the original soul mingle.
Things will seem to get chaotic as this process continues. It will be uncomfortable, scary, crazy for some people. Other people may not have any trouble at all, and some will be elated.
No one will be immune. This will happen with everyone, at his or her own rate. For some it will be slower than others, and each experience will be unique to each person.
This is happening right now.
Cause and effect seems to be an illusion. Everything already exists, whole.
One thing can't be the cause of another, because everything came into being at once. Or the pattern itself simply exists eternally throughout time.
It is just the flow of the soul, or energy, from one layer to the next.
The area of consciousness can be increased or decreased during different layers of time. That's why at some points in history there is more awareness.
The general trend seems to be greater expansion, although it fluctuates based on the current pattern layer.
We are at a period of very isolated pockets of awareness. The pattern may be taking shape for an intense increase in the relatively near future.
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