The Divine View of Simultaneity in Paradox

From Volume Two: “Existence itself does not flicker: the dimensions do. A way to become more aware of this flow of existence is to become more aware of the silence within sound, the sound within silence, and how the changes of state of those two aspects of information are actually smooth, contiguous, and continuous.”

Comment from Tesla: “This does require a creative, dream-like state of mind where you widen your mind’s notions of believe-ability to include the unity in opposites: a third-point vantage what reaches beyond duality. Such a view is close to the divine ability to perceive a human being’s actions as he perceives them, the results of those actions on others from an impersonal view as well as the personal experiences of those involved in the first person’s activities. The first human being’s actions might seem necessary and right to him, or perhaps foolish and wrong, but usually he perceives reality only from his vantage point, and thus cannot comprehend the full effects of those actions. On the greater scale of the impersonal divine view, that action might be seen as good or kind, justified or correct or necessary, or thoughtless, cruel and able to create a huge number of unintended consequences. The person that has been acted upon might feel wronged or encouraged, hurt or furious at being offended, or might even become enlightened to one degree of another simply because of that person’s readiness to receive the next step in his own comprehension of his nature and the nature of reality. Thus, when perceived non-paradoxically, as though with the divine comprehension, any action may be seen as beneficial or noxious, supportive or ineffectual simultaneously. If you can reach into the simultaneous flow of such paradoxes, you can begin to fathom how the dimensions change their relationships to one another in order to create shift and change.”

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